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Flat White

How not to play warcraft

28 April 2024

1:24 AM

28 April 2024

1:24 AM

The Australian Labor Party has drifted a long way from its roots and is now more about the welfare of trees and union power structures than the welfare of working-class Australians. Without thinking about the basic needs of warcraft, Labor is attempting to build a war machine. Despite seemingly good intentions, its MPs don’t appear to understand how things work well enough to realise that their policies are self-conflicted.

Ignorance is bliss and Labor is apparently unaware of concepts like net present value and how it relates to the military ‘rubber meets the road’ bit of blowing stuff up.

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