It was reassuring to hear Treasurer JoshFrydenberg singing the praises of Margaret Thatcher and Ronald Reagan because Australia requires strong conservative leadership to clean up after the coronavirus, Sky News host rowandean says.
It was reassuring to hear Treasurer Josh Frydenberg singing the praises of Margaret Thatcher and Ronald Reagan because Australia requires strong conservative leadership to clean up after the coronavirus, Sky News host Rowan Dean says.\n\nDuring an interview Mr Frydenberg said he looked to former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and former US President Ronald Reagan for economic inspiration.\n\n“Margaret Thatcher and Ronald Reagan were two of the greatest political leaders of the last hundred years,” Mr Dean said.\n\n“And the unavoidable reality is that for our children’s sake alone, we are going to need a Thatcher or a Reagan in this country before too long to clean up the economic mess that Scott Morrison’s idiotic national cabinet has inflicted upon this country.\n\n“The left in this country never understood it was the British and American people that demanded Thatcher and Reagan and kept voting them back in to clean up the mess, waste and profligacy of their inept predecessors.'\n
02/08/2020|3minIt was reassuring to hear Treasurer Josh Frydenberg singing the praises of Margaret Thatcher and Ronald Reagan because Australia requires strong conservative leadership to clean up after the coronavirus, Sky News host Rowan Dean says. During an interview Mr Frydenberg said he looked to former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and former US President Ronald Reagan for economic inspiration. “Margaret Thatcher and Ronald Reagan were two of the greatest political leaders of the last hundred years,” Mr Dean said. “And the unavoidable reality is that for our children’s sake alone, we are going to need a Thatcher or a Reagan in this country before too long to clean up the economic mess that Scott Morrison’s idiotic national cabinet has inflicted upon this country. “The left in this country never understood it was the British and American people that demanded Thatcher and Reagan and kept voting them back in to clean up the mess, waste and profligacy of their inept predecessors."
JoshFrydenberg rowandean Yep. The guy who created the Rust Belt in the US. Let’s do what he did. JoshFrydenberg rowandean The ACCC wants a register of Water Ownership. The LNP is opposed. Why the secrecy? Why can’t the public know who holds water rights? JoshFrydenberg rowandean The koo koo of Aussie tv said what?
JoshFrydenberg rowandean Just gonna leave this here. Reagan started the death of the middle and working class. JoshFrydenberg rowandean And this is “news” why, exactly? JoshFrydenberg rowandean JoshFrydenberg rowandean Wow... big call. She destroyed Britain’s manufacturing industry and the price was her policies led to mass unemployment. So... we need more unemployment? She started NHS Privatisation. So... we need to destroy Medicare? Que Josh and his plan for 70 year olds to keep working
JoshFrydenberg rowandean Thatcher & Reagan, they were powerhouses, Frydenberg a total lightweight, and shouldn't be mentioned in same breathe ! JoshFrydenberg rowandean JoshFrydenberg rowandean Make way for the Brylcream & big beehive haircuts making a comeback! JoshFrydenberg rowandean we are not going to get it... we'll drowned in brrr
JoshFrydenberg rowandean If Dean thinks something is reassuring, it means something very bad is about to happen. JoshFrydenberg rowandean JoshFrydenberg rowandean Thatcher helped a war criminal who Regan help put in power chile I would piss on both graves JoshFrydenberg rowandean I wonder who would be comfortable voting for that!
JoshFrydenberg rowandean that is so awesome JoshFrydenberg rowandean You do understand your copy now competes with betoota advocate and the shovel? JoshFrydenberg rowandean It’s a federal liberal government that handed the quarantining over to the state governments and who look after aged care, do we really think they could ‘clean up after COVID-19’
JoshFrydenberg rowandean Egalitarianism in Australia is dead. Individualism and neo-capitalism are winning the social/economic argument. If we want what the UK and the US have re: extreme social/economic inequality, then let Regan/Thatcherism rip. JoshFrydenberg rowandean JoshFrydenberg rowandean How many will then become collateral damage? Reaganomics and Thatcherism are dinosaur politics we need fresh thought and modern policies , does this show there is no vision left and we need to go back to the future? Surely not..
JoshFrydenberg rowandean Maggie shut down the coal in industry in the UK. FYI. Is that compatible with your ideology? JoshFrydenberg rowandean Nothing will see this government out of power quicker than Reagan/Thatcherite style policy in a pandemic. “This is no time for ideology”. JoshFrydenberg rowandean Thatcher was awful for the UK
JoshFrydenberg rowandean Trickle down works for those at the top. Luckily, sky news is at the bottom of the shit pile JoshFrydenberg rowandean Don't forget to question the intent / capabilities of the Defence Force and Law Enforcement. It was so easy for the virus to arrive in Australia! JoshFrydenberg rowandean We’ve tried conservative politics. It’s a dud. It doesn’t work. It only gives us things like Robodebt, back to the future energy policy, denial of science, a divided community & the rise of hate speech. Conservative views are too narrow minded & are keeping us in the 1950’s.
JoshFrydenberg rowandean JoshFrydenberg rowandean How does Rowan understand this when he only just passed his High School Certifcate? JoshFrydenberg rowandean JoshFrydenberg rowandean I predict that the only way Australia can clean up after coronavirus is through some pretty drastic demand side economic policy. Lowering taxes and fiddling with interest rates is already a bust
JoshFrydenberg rowandean 🤮 JoshFrydenberg rowandean Why is this ignorant man on air?
Coronavirus updates LIVE: Victoria records 627 new COVID-19 cases, eight deaths as aged care crisis continues; QLD border to close to Greater Sydney as Australian death toll jumps to 196Breaking: Victoria has recorded 627 new COVID-19 cases and eight additional deaths on Friday.
Coronavirus updates LIVE: Victoria records 627 new COVID-19 cases, eight deaths as aged care crisis continues; QLD border to close to Greater Sydney as Australian death toll jumps to 196The prestigious Australian Club, a private gentleman's club in Sydney's CBD, has closed its doors after a staff member tested positive to COVID-19. Follow the latest coronavirus coverage here The women go crazy for these guys. Prestigious Opinion piece or news? lol
LIVE: Sky News COVID-19 | Sky News AustraliaFeaturing regular local and global health alerts, as well as in-depth interviews and analysis from Sky News Australia, this channel is dedicated to 24/7 news coverage of the coronavirus pandemic including news conferences in full. Can some ask Denial Andrews? Whatever happened to 500 dedicated police taskforce announced 23 March 2020 to monitor & fine those that failed to isolate? Or was announcement a publicity stunt? 🤔 Royal Commission Now! auspol springst sackDanielAndrews Can somebody please ask DanielAndrewsMP to hive a microphone to whoever is asking a question at the daily press conferences. It’s just impossible to hear what they are saying. givejournalistsamicrophone The test cannot accurately predict Coronavirus and what did the 8 people die of. Old age? Heart attack? What underlying issues did they have? I'm assuming you will continue this hysteria until the economy entirely collapses unnecessarily?
One in four Victorians with COVID-19 are refusing to isolate | Sky News AustraliaVictorian Premier Daniel Andrews has revealed one in four Victorians who test positive for COVID-19 are not isolating at home when ADF personnel visit. \n\nOut of about 500 home visits to Australians with a positive test result, Mr Andrews said there were more than 130 people who weren't home. \n\n“It’s simply unacceptable to have this virus and not be at home,” he said on Friday. \n\nThe Premier said more than 100 people were referred to Victoria Police for further investigation yesterday alone. \n\nPremier Andrews revealed another 627 cases of the virus and eight fatalities in the past 24 hours, four of which were linked to the aged care sector. \n\nThe Premier said aged care residents represented 928 active cases and health workers 1030 cases. \n\nVictoria’s total death toll since the beginning of the coronavirus outbreak now sits at 112. \n\nImage: News Corp Australia That'll be 1300 fine then? Expect that number to rise fast, people are catching on finally
NSW records 21 new COVID-19 cases | Sky News AustraliaNew South Wales Health has confirmed 21 new coronavirus cases, six of which are linked to the Apollo restaurant cluster in Sydney’s Potts Point.\n\nAnother three are associated with the Our Lady of Lebanon Church, and two with the Thai Rock Wetherill Park cluster and the rest are still under investigation. \n\nThere are currently 102 people being treated by New South Wales Health, with eight patients receiving intensive care and four on ventilators.\n Stop being propaganda for the fake virus
State Liberal MP calls for federal intervention into Victoria's handling of COVID-19 | Sky News AustraliaVictorian Liberal MP Tim Smith is calling for Victoria to refer its powers, with regards to management of the COVID-19 emergency, to the federal government. \n\nVictoria has suffered a significant surge in COVID-19 cases, with 1,350 new infections of recorded in the state over the past 48 hours. \n\n“I want to see Victoria’s powers referred to Canberra because we have lost confidence in Daniel Andrews,” Mr Smith told Sky News. \n\nMr Smith said a referral of Victoria’s powers to the commonwealth was precedented in 1996 when former Victorian Premier Jeff Kennett referred Victoria’s industrial relations powers to the federal government.\n\n“Victorians across the board have lost confidence in (Daniel Andrew’s) governments ability to manage this pandemic, to manage this crisis,” he said. \n\n“Whatever’s going on in Victoria has clearly failed and we need a federal intervention and we need that now.”\n\n\nImage: Getty\n TimSmithMP But then TimSmithMP is an idiot. TimSmithMP Thank god that guy is unable to manage his state, love to know how he got in this position in the first place? TimSmithMP But Morrison doesn’t hold a hose mate! It’s a state issue.