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Donald Trump is not a cause he’s a symptom

DONALD TRUMP IS NOT A CAUSE HE’S A SYMPTON

And let’s not get started on the casualisation of the workforce, or the Australian Bureau of Statistics’ lap-dog assumption that gainful employment means working as little as one hour per month

Trumpeting about Trump is the latest craze.

Verbal or written, indignation, anger and disbelief are key features of most commentary.

But in our firm’s June newsletter, we canvassed Brexit and the fact that “a boorish reality TV star could be the next US president”.

We explained the reasons in detail and now with the result known, no amount of carping, moaning and demonstration from the left is going to undo what has happened.

To understand what has happened, you need look no further than low-brow but iconic 1970’s TV variety show, Hey Hey it’s Saturday. led by Daryl Somers and John Blackman (as Ozzie Ostrich), one of the funniest segments was ‘What Cheeses Me Off’. And people are cheesed off.

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Originally Published – Saturday, November 26, 2016
Rockhampton Morning Bulletinthemorningbulletin.com.au

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