A vote of No Confidence in the current LNP government

A vote of No Confidence in the current LNP government

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Raven Wolf started this petition to Scott Morrison (Federal Member for Cook) and

It should be obvious even to the least informed Australian that this country is going through a national emergency. Drought, bushfires, and devastation are becoming the new normal for many Australians.

We are seeing people herded onto beaches and told to take refuge in the water because there in no way to get them out of the line of fire. We are seeing skies crimson red at mid afternoon. We are seeing the functional extinction of multiple species as their habitats are turned to ash.

And #Scottyfrommarketing goes on holiday. NSW Emergency Services Minister David Elliott heads off on a European holiday as the bushfire crisis continues.

People are dying. Towns are being destroyed, and we are getting almost no effort from the Federal Government. Volunteer firies are giving their lives, and are risking their own homes and families with little to no support - they are even having to crowdfund basic PPE for their teams!

I call for a vote of no confidence in this government. I call for everyone, around the country, to sit up and look at their televisions, their newspapers, the internet, and declare that they have lost faith in this government. That in this time of crisis, we need a government in charge that will be there for the people. That we demand they do their jobs, and govern. The Austrailan military are prepped and ready to assist, and in the past would already have been called upon. Why is #ScoMo not utilising them? These are longstanding plans, put in place for events just such as this.

The LNP have lost all credence in their handling of this emergency. It's time they were removed from power, and the reins passed to people who will get out there, get the military out there, and get this thing done.

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