By Situation Theatre 23/03/2019
The Coalition has won the NSW race to be told what to do by Alan Jones.
Thanks to The Daily Telegraph, The Australian, The Sydney Morning Herald and The Australian Financial Review, along with an unparalleled ability to channel wealth from the working class into the pockets of the 1% and deceive half the population into thinking that’s somehow good for them, the conservatives have been returned to power in NSW.
This means that NSW voters have signed up for more expensive schools, tafes, and housing, more overdevelopment, casinos, and inequality, more crowded buses, trains, and ferries, more congested roads, dead fish and Islamophobia, more delays to thoughtless infrastructure projects, more gambling advertising on the Opera House, more power for shock jocks, more injustice for Aboriginal people and fewer shelters for homeless people, fewer domestic violence services, hospitals, parks and forests, less nightlife, media diversity, wildlife and renewable energy, hotter temperatures, higher sea-levels, more acidified oceans, drier rivers, more severe drought and more frequent bushfires, storms and floods.
On the upside, Gladys Berejikllian has become the first elected female Premier of NSW. Go feminism.