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May 12, 2021

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Joe Monks, The Gap.

The current leadership crisis is a perfect example of how vested interests (mining, banks, insurance,  energy etc) can destabilise a country.

Each one of our Liberal and most of our Labor politicians represent a vested interest who sponsored their position in our government.
What we are seeing now are the back room henchmen calling in debts to get their way because Malcolm has strayed from the dictated path.
Conspiracy theory? No. Reality. Ignore it at your family’s peril.

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