How much did we pay for what Kelvin didn't say?
Citizens' Electoral Council Of Australia
How much did the taxpayers pay for what Kelvin didn’t say?
Craig Isherwood today accused his ALP opponent for the seat of Wills, Kelvin Thomson, of running damage control at the taxpayers’ expense, to downplay his agenda to get rid of Australians.
“Kelvin Thomson has long taken advantage of his safe ALP seat to use his electoral allowance to finance his national agenda to cut down the Australian population,” the CEC leader and candidate for Wills said.
“Now that I have challenged him on it, in his own seat, among the tens of thousands of migrants in Brunswick, Coburg, Fawkner, Glenroy, Gowanbrae, Hadfield, Oak Park, Pascoe Vale, and Strathmore, Thomson is stinging the taxpayer to run damage control through a 4-page colour brochure that features 13 endorsements under the title, ‘What they say about Kelvin Thomson’, but omits any references to his population-reduction mission.”
Craig observed that among the 13 endorsements featured in Thomson’s flyer, 11 are from voters in Wills, but the other two are from Dick Smith and former NSW Premier Bob Carr.
Dick Smith, identified as Australian of the Year 1986, declares, “I’ve become a disciple of Kelvin Thomson—his forward thinking on the future of Australia is just what we need.” Curiously, there is no mention of what that thinking is.
Even more curiously, the Hon. Bob Carr writes, “Dear Kelvin, This is a huge turnaround. Congratulations for pushing it when it was far from popular. I have rarely seen such a decisive win on a public policy campaign.” And again, there's absolutely no mention for what Thomson is being congratulated.
Craig said, “Tom, Dick and Bob are united in one mission—getting rid of Australians.
“Bob Carr, like Thomson and current PM Julia Gillard, is a member of the infamous Fabian Society, and is such a population-reduction fanatic his nickname in NSW is the Malthus of Maroubra (after English parson and East India Company employee Thomas Malthus who advocated deliberately promoting disease pandemics to mass-exterminate the poor).
“And Dick Smith is now the millionaire mouthpiece for Thomson’s stated drive to reduce Australia’s carbon footprint by reducing the number of footprints, for which he collaborates with the Australian Conservation Foundation (ACF) and its population-reduction taskforce Sustainable Population Australia (SPA), the advocates of a Chinese-style One Child Policy for Australia.
“So why hide it in the brochure? What’s wrong Tommo,” Craig asked, “running scared?”
He concluded, “Population control is an insidious idea that originates among the East India Company perpetrators of the worst atrocities of the British Empire in India and Ireland, and among the aristocrats who cooked up the racist eugenics movement, which spawned Thomson and Carr’s Fabian Society.
“It is genocide, however you label it, and I will fight it until it is destroyed.
“My message to
Kelvin Thomson is: don’t think this is over on 21st
August—I’m just getting