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Flat White

Chasing 'freedom' at the federal election

22 March 2022

2:00 PM

22 March 2022

2:00 PM

This coming federal election, Australia is at a crossroads.

The disillusionment with the major parties created during the years of Covid turmoil has provided a catalyst for political engagement not ordinarily expected by the average Aussie.

Australians have had no choice but to take more notice and actively participate in their political future because of the direct impact the decisions of bureaucrats and power-crazed politicians have inflicted upon them.

Is it time to break with the major parties – or will Australians remain with the devil they know?

Any radical change in government is preceded by tumultuous events and evolving cultural shifts that gain...

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