The Festive Season is over. Christmas, with all its seasonal trappings,
delighted and enriched us. The joy of being with family and friends
remains a cherished memory. The summer break refreshed us. Now,
the prospect of another long year looms. What does it hold?
This blog site traditionally has a look back at what we commented on in
the past year as our last article come December. This year, we’re going
to break the cycle and look at what Prime Minister Morrison should be
considering over the next month or so instead of asking ‘how good is the cricket?’.
You’ve probably heard Prime Minister Morrison offering ‘thoughts
and prayers’ to those affected by the bushfires that continue to burn
in parts of Australia, or the ongoing drought, or perhaps the bombings
that occurred in Sri Lanka last Easter. Morrison isn’t the only
‘world leader’ that follows the ‘thoughts and prayers’ mantra.
Since Treasurer Josh Frydenberg sits side-by-side with PM
Morrison at the pinnacle of the Morrison government, it is
appropriate that we query the state of his mind, just as we
sought to understand Morrison’s in Unraveling Morrison’s Mind.
Instead of complying with treaty obligations, the Morrison LNP
Government is spending like a drunken sailor in an attempt to
win a political war to demonstrate how evil and horrible the people
who have sought refugee status in Australia after arriving by boat really are.