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The two major political parties in Australia (Labor & Liberal) often say one thing before polling day, then abandon those promises once voted in.
Their election promises are often worthless - they can't be trusted.
They will promise budget surpluses, but deliver massive deficits (due to the many promises they KNOW they cannot fund).
When MPs (both ALP and LNP) are contacted about the live animal export atrocities, they pretend to show concern with insincere statements: “Mistreatment of animals is unacceptable,” while sending ever increasing numbers of these defenceless animals overseas to suffer horrific acts of cruelty.
Our MPs enrich themselves with ridiculously generous entitlements, because they can get away with it!
Thus, our new federal political party has been born – to end the live animal export cruelty; lower federal MP entitlements; implement fair tax reform; phase-out tobacco products etc.
We believe in honesty and transparency, and if that means making decisions that are unpopular, then so be it. It's better to be right and unpopular, than wrong and "temporarily" popular.
Ultimately, voters will realise that the ALP and LNP govern for their own self-interest.
My name is Andrew Beeham.
I was born in Australia, and I've always been an Australian citizen.
I attended primary & high schools in Sydney, earned 469/500 for the NSW HSC, studied at Sydney University for two university degrees: BSc (computer science), BE (electrical engineering).
I also have an electrical contractor licence & MR truck licence.
In 1988 I won the NSW championship senior A heavyweight men’s single scull rowing title.
I have worked for the public service; various private companies; my own small business.
However, this is not about me – rather it's about you – the voter.
We can do better than the current lot of pollies.
However, we need your membership to reach 500 members before we can register with the AEC.
Would you please join us? Membership is FREE, and there are NO time commitments.
Please contact us, if you have any good policy ideas, or you wish to comment on our existing ones.