Monday, 14 September 2020

Fighting Fake News with REAL 15/9/20; LNP and "on the water matters" Humour, Media, Public vs Private sectors;





Morrison hasn't moved on from "on the water matters" and " Matter of National Security" That is the Morrison LNP Government other than the of course Abbott's blame game. They can fight as they have the help of the IPA and Murdoch but they can't and don't govern as they have no plan. As a consequence their eye is firmly fixed on Trump (ODT)

Rejecting the premise or the characterisation of the question points to trickiness and deceit. Taking the time to provide an explanation is much more open and a discussion around why the question was inane, irrelevant or pointless demonstrates there is nothing to hide. While we have seen traces of real leadership and communication during the current pandemic period, at this stage it is certainly too soon to be able to call most of our political ‘leaders’ authentic leaders and communicators. We have an opportunity to embed a ‘new normal’ in political and business life into the future — our future leaders need to answer the question rather than reject or deflect them. Who knows, they might engender trust if they do.

I reject the premise - » The Australian Independent Media Network






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Kevin Rudd
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