I’m out over the ocean now, heading towards the southern tip of India, which seems like a slightly strange time to be reading about Trevor William Nye, a man whose slogan is ‘Buy back the farm’.
I feel like we are getting a lot of rural independents all of a sudden. I wonder if this is a reflection on the National Party and how it is being perceived to represent (or not represent) rural voters.
My name is Trevor William Nye, and I’m committed to making your voice heard in the Senate. Like you, I want to play an active role in making our community, state and country a safer, better place to raise our children, run our businesses, and forge a future filled with promise.
His values are:
- that he cares
- integrity matters
- true representation – service above self
- honesty is a given
- working together for the common good
He is frustrated that politicians are not listening to what the public is saying, and feels that the Senate needs to be a house of review, including members of smaller parties and independents, so that the coalition, Labor and the Greens cannot just sell off the country willy-nilly. We will be hearing more about this shortly.
Nye’s background is in education, and talks a bit about the values of hard work, persistence and honesty. These are all good things in themselves, but I hope it’s not going to make him decide that people who are unemployed are all just bludgers. Continue reading