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Flat White

The political quad that rules Australia

16 August 2022

10:00 AM

16 August 2022

10:00 AM

Australia is being run by a political quad who, despite appearances of difference, believe the same things.

From New South Wales Liberal Deputy Leader Matt Kean all the way through the political swamp to Greens Leader Adam Bandt, there is not a cigarette paper’s width that separates their ideology.

Whether it is Teal Zali Steggall or Labor Prime Minister Anthony Albanese, they are on a group-hugging, Kumbaya-singing unity ticket.

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