Trump to win 2018 Victorian state election
As Victoria slides further into a Marxist fog under the guidance of the incompetent Premier Andrews. A quick 180° turn starboard is needed before the chaos Melbourne has to endure spreads across the entire state. The next Victorian election is scheduled for November 2018 & if our freedom loving friends across the Pacific are to be a sign of things to come Labor's time in Victoria might just be up. With industry shutting up shop & crime spiraling out of control across Melbourne, the perfect storm is brewing for a Trump style campaign to dominate the 2018 election.
Carjackings, daylight robberies & home invasions are now a daily occurrence for Melbournians, gangs made up mainly Sudanese refugees have played the police, court & government. Melbourne's annual Moomba festival was disrupted this year as two rival gangs fought in the streets, hurling chairs & damaging vehicles. Innocent bystanders were terrified as police struggled to contain the incident, the two gangs greatly outnumbered the police leaving them to merely observe the riot rather than actually policing it. These youth nearly all fall into the lower demographic of the state, with most only semi educated due to the public schooling system where truancy is at it's highest & unemployment on the rise the problem of youth gangs will only worsen if the states if left to sail its current course
A majority of these crimes are being fueled by an ever worsening methamphetamine problem that is now common place in even the smallest Victorian towns. Rural homeowners are locking their property's up for the first time, some even going to the extent of installing home surveillance just to catchthe thieves in the act. Rehabilitation clinics are basically non-existent in Victoria, waiting lines for the public system can take well over a year, if you're lucky enough to find a spot. Their are options in the private sector but they all requires large sums of money that is typically out of reach for most ice addicts.
A platform based on transperancy, bringing jobs back to Victoria, a stronger police force & a serious reform of the Department of Justice could earn even the weakest candidate a fair chunk of the vote in the upcoming Victorian election. Any candidate willing to stand up & talk about these issues, needs to be willing to brave the storm that the regressive left will undoubtedly throw at them. But just like in America, have the Australian public finally had enough of the hearing labels like "racist", "homophobic", "islamaphobic" being thrown at anyone with a differing point of view?
Only time can tell, I look forward to 2018.