KAP sup­port

Balonne Beacon - - NEWS -

PEO­PLE across Queens­land are seething with anger over the lat­est stunt set in mo­tion in the Queens­land par­lia­ment. The mo­tion "ask­ing the Premier to re­view the KAP staffing level" moved by the LNP mem­ber for War­rego speaks vol­umes about the in­tegrity that the Mem­ber lacks and the dis­par­age­ment that she has for the peo­ple of ru­ral Queens­land. Not only have they shown they have no con­sid­er­a­tion or com­pas­sion for the voters but also the staffers and their fam­i­lies. The two-Party sys­tem does not be­lieve in Democ­racy or free­dom of speech, what they do be­lieve in is Fas­cism and bow­ing down to the UN at the cost of the Aus­tralian peo­ple that built this coun­try, the hypocrisy of the LNP want­ing a re­view of KAP re­sources is astounding. With just three MPs (and count­ing) the KAP has put three Pri­vate Mem­ber Bills into Par­lia­ment and will be in­tro­duc­ing a fourth soon whilst the LNP have not sub­mit­ted a sin­gle Pri­vate Members Bill. KAP put an in­cred­i­ble amount of work into the "re­con­struc­tion and devel­op­ment bank bill" this bank with the sup­port of the LNP could be now help­ing small busi­ness and farm­ers sur­vive the dev­as­tat­ing drought and com­mer­cial bank rip-offs that are af­fect­ing so many ru­ral com­mu­ni­ties.

Per­haps if the ma­jor par­ties spent less time schem­ing with each other and got out and rep­re­sented their con­stituents they would re­ceive more sup­port with­out the lies and de­cep­tion.

— Rick Gur­nett

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