The housing catastrophe is one man’s severe mental illness


Of all the things you could do to your voter base, dehousing them is the most evil.

Maslow’s hierarchy of needs is clear. Shelter and safety are the base of healthy human psychology upon which everything else rests. Nothing else is stable without them:

The upending of this pyramid is where we are now as a nation under Anthony Albanese.


The disgraceful rise of house prices we are used to:

What is new is Evil Albo’s dumping 700k migrants into an unprepared rental market and sending prices to the moon:


Albo has no plan or intention to fix it. Crushloading and mass eviction is the plan:

The federal government’s goal of getting 1.2 million well-located homes built in five years starts on July 1, but Lawless said there was yet to be a meaningful increase in building approvals to start reaching that target.


“Some 12,850 homes were approved for construction in January, roughly 25 per cent below the decade average and well below the 20,000 average monthly run rate of approvals required to see 1.2 million homes in five years,” he said.

“At the same time, the residential construction sector continues to run up against shortages in labour, high material costs and depressed profit margins.”

This isn’t national government. It is the personal vendetta of a man whose public housing mother lied to him about an allegedly dead father who was, in actuality, living overseas.

Evil Albo is acting out upon the entire nation his unprocessed rage for a houso-mother that lied to him about a foreign father, ensuring that everybody suffers the way he did, and that any foreign daddy can come to visit his Australian spawn uninhibited by any border whatsoever.

The Australian housing catastrophe is now literally the mad, bad and ugly mental illness of Anthony Albanese.

About the author
David Llewellyn-Smith is Chief Strategist at the MB Fund and MB Super. David is the founding publisher and editor of MacroBusiness and was the founding publisher and global economy editor of The Diplomat, the Asia Pacific’s leading geo-politics and economics portal. He is also a former gold trader and economic commentator at The Sydney Morning Herald, The Age, the ABC and Business Spectator. He is the co-author of The Great Crash of 2008 with Ross Garnaut and was the editor of the second Garnaut Climate Change Review.