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Emily’s list and the modern Labor Party

In an upcoming post I will share a new bill being presented in the NSW State Government that should cause major concerns and set alarms bells off.

Firstly, I’d like to share a previous post I made with some background facts regarding the Modern Labor Party and their agenda…

June 8, 2020

In the coming weeks, I will be presenting information regarding Australia’s political parties, much of which, is hidden to the average Australian.

I believe once we expose the truth of the core of these parties, we can see clearly, and therefore make informed choices at the next election.

These connections are all intertwined, and I have found a deep network of labyrinths, that have been hidden in plain sight.

I will try my best to simplify the information that connect the dots to each root, that have been deeply entrenched in Australia’s political system.

THE MODERN LABOR PARTY

Many of us grew up as generational Labor voters.

The Labor party of old were a party that represented the workers, the average Australian.

Times have changed so much with Labor and The Greens seemingly being one and the same.

I have felt for a long time that it was as if the core of the Labor Party had morphed into the heart of the left winged feminist movement.

It made me search deeper and then I found it….in all its glory, on public view …

EMILY’S LIST.

A NETWORK.

AN EVOLUTION.

A MOVEMENT.

Originating in the USA, EMILY’s List is the largest national resource for women in politics, and was created by Ellen R. Malcolm in 1985 to fund campaigns for pro-choice Democratic women, and strategically torch light the balance of power in government.

Emily’s List goal is to put women into office who can make significant contributions to education, health care, voting rights, and economic equality, systematically defining a strategic approach to winning elections that drive progressive change.

Every female democrat representative is on EMILY’s List, with Nancy Pelosi, and Presidential Candidate, Hillary Clinton being the most well known.

EMILY’s List, the nation’s largest resource for women in politics, has raised over $600 million to elect pro-choice Democratic women candidates. With a grassroots community of over five million women.

https://www.emilyslist.org/

INTRODUCING EMILY’S LIST AUSTRALIA

THE MODERN LABOR PARTY 🇦🇺

Who is Emily?

EMILY is an acronym which stands for Early Money Is Like Yeast – it makes the dough rise. Giving women candidates financial support early in their campaigns provides them with the foundations on which to build a successful campaign and attract more financial support.

WHO ARE THEY?

  • Australia’s only financial, political and personal network supporting progressive LABOR women in politics.
  • A not for profit, membership based organisation governed by a National Committee and run by a National Office.

WHAT ARE THEIR AIMS?

  • Increase the number of progressive women MPs in Australian state, territory and federal parliaments
  • Achieve a critical mass of EMILY’s List MPs committed to pursuing a progressive parliamentary agenda
  • Influence ALP policies relating to equity, diversity, choice, child care and equal pay
  • Ensure a pipeline of future women candidates by encouraging a diversity of women to consider a parliamentary career

EMILY’S LIST AUSTRALIA

It isn’t surprising that Julia Gillard appears as the most notable of all leaders on Emily List 1998- 2013 “.

Ms Gillards connection to her fellow Emily’s List “US cousin ” Hillary Clinton, is surely the link and the reason, for her advancement on the feminist movements world stage.

https://www.emilyslist.org.au

EMILY’S LIST CONSTITUTION is a glimpse into the heart or core, of the left wing feminist movement.

EVERY Labor candidate, MP and Senator on Emily’s List MUST abide and agree with the feminist constitution.

See link below ….

https://www.emilyslist.org.au/ela_constitution_2019

Here is the list of Emily’s List Labor State and Federal Ministers, Senators both former and current.

I see local and Federal representatives listed in my area and region, can you see yours?

https://www.emilyslist.org.au/current_mps

EMILY’S LIST RESULTS 2019 ELECTION

THE MODERN LABOR PARTY

WOMEN IN AUSTRALIAN SENATE

15 Emily’s list Labor Senators

5 Green Senators ( 2nd cousins to Emily’s list members)

WOMEN IN HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

29 Emily’s list Labor Senators

Is it any wonder there is a such a war on Men and Fathers in Australia, with our Government leaders, those who create our laws, being influenced by Labor’s Feminist Leaders of Emily’s List.

What is your opinion of those who are our representatives in government, in light of the information you have just discovered?

*the badges pictured are available to purchase on The Emily’s List Website.

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