5 Prime Ministers in 5 years is too much says Mr Nalliah

Dear friends,

You may click the following video link to watch RUAP’s Daniel Nalliah speaking on the current Australian PM leadership change from Abbott to Turnbull.

https://youtu.be/EyrrniooKyY

Posted on September 15, 2015 in Climate Change, Rise Up Australia

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  1. Bronwyn
    September 17, 2015 at 11:31 am ·

    Dear Daniel,

    I am VERY concerned that what you explained very well here: http://riseupaustraliaparty.com/?p=6238 as having been planned for some time, has come to pass, exactly in the required “timely” manner (timely from the perspective of the NWO that is), of prior to December 2015.

    I refer, of course, to the outing of Tony Abbott by Malcolm Turnbull, prior to the next Global Warming Summit in December.
    So, with only 2 countries, Canada and Australia, having been standing in the way of the Global Warming Treaty, the main obstacle in Australia has been eliminated.

    I see that Stephen Harper is still PM in Canada but that the election there is coming up on 19th October 2015.

    IF the Conservatives lose the election (and the new Canadian PM is a willing signer), then because King Mal is an arrogant, megalomaniac sociopath (no empathy) with narcissistic personality disorder (and that’s according to his own colleagues!), and he is faithful ONLY to himself and the globalist agenda, it would appear that nothing that Australians could possibly do would stop him from signing that Treaty.

    So is there ANYTHING AT ALL you think that we can possibly do in Australia that would somehow stop King Mal from signing it??

    Of course, even if Stephen Harper stays PM for the time being, so we survive the December 2015 Global Warming Summit, it would seem only a matter of time before the globalists get what they want anyway.

    Best regards,
    Bronwyn

  2. Francene
    September 15, 2015 at 3:04 pm ·

    Well said Daniel Nalliah!

    Regards,
    Francene

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