constitution crumbles with corruption

The Australian Constitution, under constant review since the 1970s as women moved collectively into politics, is crumbling under the weight of corruption following the 2004 re-election of a Coalition government led by a pathological liar, revealed extensively on the site during the campaign.

Almost every second adult in Australia, those who voted for the Coalition in compulsory ballot, voted for this pathalogical liar to feather their nest.

The moral responsibility to act with integrity has been reversed so that dishonesty is now expected as the nation disintegrates.

A good Australian citizen has become an unscrupulous cheat.

As an instrument of law and order the Australian Constitution is a liablility with the nation overwhelmed with corruption.

The remedy is a Constitution enacting a republic with women's and men's legislatures presided over by an executive of elders accompanied by courts of women's and men's jurisdiction.