Henry Greener talks with Josh Burns

September 7, 2018 by Henry Greener-The Shtick
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Josh Burns is the Labor Candidate for the Federal Seat of McNamara.


Politics is Josh’s great passion. In the 2014 State Elections, Josh ran against David Southwick MP in the Seat of Caulfield.

Currently working as the Senior Advisor to Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews, Josh has been pre-selected to replace Michael Danby MP, the retiring, long-standing Member for Melbourne Ports, which has been changed to Mcnamara.


Josh Burns discusses the current state of politics in the wake of turmoil that saw the elected PM being ousted by the right-wing faction of the Liberal Party, lead by Peter Dutton MP. According to Malcolm Turnbull, it was “a malevolent and pointless week of madness that disgraced our Parliament and appalled our nation”…with a reference to Tony Abbott he had to add that”the best place for former PM’s is out of Parliament” ‘

By clever turn of strategy, Peter Dutton’s Coup was averted by Treasurer Scott Morrison MP standing for the top job in the leadership spill, which he won by a close margin, with Josh Frydenberg MP standing for the vacant Deputy Leader position and winning it with a huge majority ! Thus a new leadership emerged in a matter of a few days, leaving the Liberal Party in a state of flux, as Malcolm Turnbull retires from politics and Julie Bishop going to the Backbench.


One Response to “Henry Greener talks with Josh Burns”
  1. Adrian Jackson says:

    The gay marriage issue was a postal poll not a plebiscite.

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