'Major parties competing to be the best slaves for corporate Australia'

May 19, 2016
Ken Canning is standing for the NSW Senate.

One good thing about being out of the country for a while is not having to listen to the lies of the Coalition and Labor. We know that on every occasion they lie to get into power.

They take no responsibility for the carnage they cause in their quest to see who can be the biggest slaves to corporate Australia.

The Socialist Alliance is running myself, Susan Price, Sharlene Leroy-Dyer and Howard Byrnes in the NSW Senate. Peter Boyle is running for Tanya Plibersek's seat of Sydney.

As Brother Kev Carmody's song goes: “From little things big things grow”.

We want to be elected in both the upper and lower houses of our corrupted parliament to begin a “people's movement”. We want to expose the truth of the depths both parties have plumbed to keep First Nation's peoples and all other disenfranchised members of our society, oppressed.

This is a parliament that is totally out of control.

So, if you agree we are well overdue for a major change, get in touch and help out. We do need some very different thinking in this greed-driven federal parliament.

To help us letterbox, staff stalls, go to rallies or help out on polling day email nsw@socialist-alliance.org or ring 8070 9331. To donate to the campaign click here.

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