Peter Robert Garrett AM MP is an Australian musician, environmentalist, activist and politician. Garrett was lead singer of the rock band Midnight Oil from 1973 until its disbanding in 2002.
In the full knowledge that Peter Garrett’s Mother was incinerated in their family home Tony Abbott resorted to the lowest of the low by viciously & dishonestly attacking Peter Garrett in the parliament by using the most vile accusations in a wicked & scandalous attack on the Minister after the unfortunate death of some installers of ceiling insulation in a programme designed to conserve energy and employ hundreds.
Here below is a part extract of Liz Hayes 60 Minute interview with Tony Abbott if you ever need to be convinced that Abbott deliberately lies just view the above link from the parliament where the attack dog reveals the Tony that we all know and will not trust.
As Liz suggest he can loose the election & Australia really does need Abbott out of Canberra & out of our lives completely. Displaying such psychopathic behaviour Abbott is a danger to himself and all of Australia & Australians.
Should you doubt this just check the company he keeps when he is not dining with Rupert Murdoch’s mob.:
LIZ HAYES: Jay Leno, the comedian in America, said that “politics is show business for ugly people”.
TONY ABBOTT: Yeah – that’s right.
LIZ HAYES: You think so?
TONY ABBOTT: Well, it’s more than show business.
TONY ABBOTT IN PARLIAMENT: These are people’s lives at stake and you show no remorse, you show no concern, and you show no urgency about anything except saving your own hide.
LIZ HAYES: In the last few weeks, Tony Abbott has relentlessly attacked the Government’s failed insulation program, which cost the lives of four people.
TONY ABBOTT IN PARLIAMENT: He’s not worthy of their continued confidence.
LIZ HAYES: You’ve hounded Peter Garrett almost to the grave. When you’re deciding on that strategy do you ever take into account the human being?
TONY ABBOTT: You try to. I don’t think Peter Garrett is a bad man. I just think in this very important respect he’s been a bad minister
LIZ HAYES: I understand that, but when you’re determining your strategy, you know that Peter Garrett’s mother died in a house fire yet you get into Parliament and you say, “You have no remorse!” You know that he must.
TONY ABBOTT: But he hasn’t shown it. That’s the problem.
LIZ HAYES: Could you see not the hurt in his face?
TONY ABBOTT: In his heart, I dare say he has been tortured, but politicians have to be judged on what they say and on what they do, not what may be going on in their guts.
LIZ HAYES: Tony Abbott has never stepped back from a fight. He was a champion boxer at Oxford University. For a short time he trained to be a priest and dabbled in journalism before being elected to Parliament. But his life’s greatest challenge – to be prime minister – lies ahead.
Yup lies ahead & lots of lies at that.
His body language, mental paralysis & darting tongue are dead set give away’s of his dangerous spiteful reptilian ancestors.