The ‘hung’ federal parliament, with no single political party winning an outright majority of seats in the lower house; presents a rare opportunity, not seen in the last seventy years – to invigorate and revolutionise politics in Australia. It is now necessary that policies are clearly communicated and consultation […]
Food shortages: caused by population growth (particularly amongst the Arab nations and Asian counties such as South Korea, China, India and Singapore), loss of agricultural land due to increased urbanisation, increased use of agricultural land to produce bio-fuels and climate change, are a serious challenge facing mankind currently and […]
There is only one supreme, divine Creator of all life. Just as different languages may have different words to describe the only sun in our sky. So do some religions, may have a different word to describe our sole Creator: be it God or Allah (or any other name […]
Currently, much time and energy in government is wasted by the main political parties fighting each other, through seeking political point scoring and disparaging the opposition. Like in some countries, there could be merit in having a president and a guardian council (e.g. like a company board), such as […]
There are merits in running some government services with business principles in mind, such as accountability and cost control. There is limit to the affordability of the public purse. Effective operations should also apply to Government and government departments, to facilitate value for money and to ensure such money […]
Persons of honesty, morality, integrity and seekers of wisdom: motivated by selfless service, to improve the lives of others, these are the type of persons that assist in creating good government. Perhaps less generous salary and perks could be conductive to attracting more altruistic persons to government?
Politics without principles. Riches without work. Commerce without morality. Education without character. Pleasure without conscience. Science without humanity. – Mahatma Gandhi –