Posted September 08, 2018 07:23:46The Government is not just a government; they are an institution.
This is the point.
They are responsible for everything that happens in this country.
They cannot be trusted.
The whole structure of our democracy, the way we elect and appoint our leaders, our Parliament, our courts and our police is based on trust.
If the public trust is not there, there will be no democracy.
We cannot trust the Government.
I have always believed that the system was flawed and needs to be changed, so I have been very vocal about that.
I was very clear that if the public did not trust the system, they would be angry, frustrated and frustrated.
I am not going to wait for the system to be fixed.
I want to make sure that we don’t have to wait any longer.
I don’t think the public trusts the Government as much as they trust the other parties.
The Government has been very successful at keeping the public in the dark, so that the Government is able to get their agenda through, so they can pass laws, so the Government can get their policies through.
And when the public gets angry, we are going to get angry.
When they see a Liberal or a Labor member standing up to a Government that has been taking money from the people of Australia, they are going the opposite way.
We have got to be able to make the public angry enough to be a force to change things.
I think we can do that.
But I also want to say that this is the Government, and they are responsible.
We are all accountable.
It’s not the Government who’s doing the work of getting our affairs in order.
They have to get the laws passed, get the policies through and get the elections going.
They also have to be accountable to the Australian people, which is the same for all of us.
They should not be able, by taking the money that they have, to do that for the people who are most in need, for the most vulnerable in our society, the most disadvantaged.
That is not the role of the Government at all.
This Government is a fraud.
They don’t care about the people in our communities.
They’re only concerned about the money.
They just want to do what they want.
The people of our community need to know that.
The only way that the people can change the Government and get their own government is by having a genuine, honest and genuine relationship between the people and the Government; that is not going the way they want to go.
This has been a constant theme in my speeches over the years, and it will continue to be one of them for the foreseeable future.
The Labor Party, which has always been very open and transparent about its policies, has never made the public believe that they were running the Government by the back door, or that they are the only one who can deliver what they promised.
The same goes for the Greens.
The Greens have always been clear that they did not run the Government on the back of the backbench.
They were there when the Australian public needed their help, and the people wanted their government.
We also want the Government to be responsible for the issues that are affecting our communities, for making sure that our infrastructure, our schools and our hospitals are up to the highest standards.
And we want the government to act on their commitments.
The Australian people have spoken loud and clear on many of these issues, and this Government has never listened.
The way that they’ve run the Australian political system is a disgrace.
The Liberal Party, on the other hand, has always had a strong sense of fairness, and I have to say, it’s an absolute disgrace.
It should not have happened that this Government was able to keep a promise they made to the people they’re elected to represent.
The promises they made are not going through the Government because the people did not want them to.
The Prime Minister and the Treasurer have always stood up for the needs of the people.
And they’re working hard to keep our nation safe.
They can’t make these promises, and then they can’t deliver on them.
The question now is whether we can trust the government again.
We need a Government which listens to the concerns of the Australian community and which is accountable to them, not to the big business lobby groups and the unions.
It is a fundamental principle of the Liberal Party that our politics is about the economy, and we’re going to have to deliver for the Australian middle class and the families in this great country.
And I believe we have got a real chance to do so.
This week, we will be seeing the first full-day sitting of Parliament, with a range of important questions to address.
And as a consequence, we’re all going to be looking at what happens on September 8th.
There is no doubt that the issues are going on in our country that are important for the future of