By David MarrRead moreBy David MarreThis week marks the 50th anniversary of the end of World War II, and the beginning of the first era of freedom and democracy in Australia.
As an independent nation, Australia enjoyed the freedom to govern itself in the face of international pressures.
As an independent country, Australia had the freedom and power to enact its own economic policies.
The United States had its own, much more powerful and intrusive foreign policy, and Australia’s foreign policy had no chance of influencing its economic decisions.
Australia was never able to achieve independence or democracy.
It was always a US client state.
The US had its military presence in Australia, which ensured that Australia remained a US military ally for decades.
The world was not an island that could be left to its own devices.
The first government in Australia was elected in 1901, and was led by a military governor and an ex-President of the US.
That government was the last to achieve a stable, peaceful and prosperous democracy.
It is a strange place to be today.
The Australian people are a highly educated, well-educated, highly educated and highly educated group, and a group that has been the target of US bullying, fearmongering and bullying from the very start of this period.
The Abbott Government is an example of how we should deal with bullies and bullies and how we deal with bullying.
The President of the United States and his cronies in the US Senate and House of Representatives have been responsible for undermining Australia’s national security and our freedoms and liberties for decades, but their efforts to do so are not going to stop until they have achieved power over the world.
Australia and the rest of the world are watching, and waiting to see what this government does.
And it is a government that has made its intentions clear, which is that it will be hostile to the United Nations and the international community.
It was clear that the Abbott Government was not going back to the days of John Howard, when Australia had a reputation for being one of the most liberal countries in the world, when it was the only country in the UN that had to accept the recommendations of the UN Special Rapporteur on torture, which was a unanimous recommendation.
In short, the Australian Government is a bully and a bully is a prime minister.
In his opening statement, the Prime Minister told the Senate the following:I want to say that I’m proud of what we’ve achieved and I’m pleased that Australians now have the confidence to know that we’re a country that respects the rule of law and that our leaders will treat all of our people fairly and equally.
That’s the best way to make a positive difference to people.
The next Government is going to do that.
The Prime Minister also promised to “stop bullying, bullying and bullying”, and said:The Prime Minster will be announcing a comprehensive plan of action to end discrimination against Australians, which will be the first step towards achieving the kind of democratic and prosperous country that Australians deserve.
It will also include a commitment to respect the human rights of people all over the globe and ensure that the rights of Indigenous Australians and Pacific Islanders are respected.
The Government will be putting its own stamp on this, as well as taking action to ensure that discrimination against Indigenous Australians, Pacific Islanders and people of colour is treated fairly, equally and justly.
Australia will also work to ensure fairness and equality in our laws, and to protect Indigenous people from the violence, discrimination and abuse that they have faced for generations.
The Turnbull Government will also be looking to put its stamp on our democracy and the rule