Australia’s electorate has come of age.
Voters on Saturday firmly rejected the Labor Party’s empty promises of wealth redistribution and a minimum-wage raise, together with the normal sabre-rattling about climate change.
Most Labor leaders come from the trade unions. None has ever run a business. They can only beg or steal – mostly steal. In a country with a Labor bias, Scott Morrison won a miracle election victory. And he campaigned virtually alone.
The voters recognised his sincerity and integrity and believed him. Morrison is a Christian, and in a forum “commandeered” by atheists, agnostics and others, his position as national leader puts Christianity firmly where it belongs, at the centre of national affairs. And he will govern with a majority. As the Bible says, “If God be for us, who can be against us.”