Biography


Kevin Rudd served as Australia’s 26th Prime Minister between 2007-2010 and subsequently as Australia’s Foreign Minister from 2010 until 2012. Mr Rudd was elected as Leader of the Labor Party in 2006 and was only the third Labor leader to win government from opposition since World War II. As Prime Minister, Mr Rudd led Australia’s response during the Global Financial Crisis. Australia was the only major advanced economy not to go into recession, in large part because of the Australian Government’s policy response which the OECD/IMF assessed as one of the most effective in the world. 

Mr Rudd is internationally recognised as one of the founders of the G20, the premier global economic decision-making institution. He is recognised as a major driving force behind the 2010 decision to expand the East Asia Summit to include the United States in this important regional institution. This was a major step forward to realising his longer term vision for an Asia Pacific Community which he first proposed in 2008. As Prime Minister and Foreign Minister, Mr Rudd also oversaw the doubling of Australian foreign aid over five years, making Australia the seventh largest aid donor in the world.

Mr Rudd remains engaged in major international challenges including global economic management, the rise of China, and the global challenge of sustainable development. He was a co-author of the 2012 report of the United Nations Secretary General’s High Level Panel on Global Sustainability – “Resilient People, Resilient Planet”. Nationally, he remains deeply engaged on the questions of Australia’s strategic and economic future in Asia, aboriginal reconciliation, the teaching of Asian languages, homelessness and organ donation.

77 comments:

  1. I want Kevin Rudd to be Prime Minister and leader of the Labor Party, resuming his rightful position. I want my message to be heard by the other Labor Ministers.

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    1. Yes Kev for PM, get in there Big Kev, dont give up, look in the mirror mate, you can do it. come on, have em, dont give up. That could be your slogan - Kevin - Dont give up. Come one Kev,get out there in those shopping centres, dont be shy, Australia loves you, Australia loves you, Australia loves you, they really do kev, kevsy, ruddster, they do, dont give up Kev, you;re the man, you are a legend, get in there mate, they back stabbed you and embarassed you, are you going to take that ?? are you a man or a plastic man? COME ON KEV,

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    2. Anonymous is just easy. My name is Frank, I live in Melbourne, I voted for KEVIN RUDD, Not whatsherface !!!! anyhow, Kev is the only (was) Prime Minister to keep his word, the Labor Party needs to have a long hard look at itself as an org, and rethink its position in politics, also I believe, if a party wins its position by what they say and promise, they should not only keep their word, but be punished for false misappropriation, to a full panel of ordinary people, or the courts, and be prosecuted under law. Have a look at what has happened to Australia, no apprenticeships, because kids are over educated, leave school after year 12, gets a boyfriend or girlfriend, buys a car, needs money but don’t want to get paid a low wage in a job so go on the dole.
      The whole thing goes to hell after that, the people that do want that lowly paying work, have to suffer and watch on as the employer lowers the wages, because they now can, the older workers of Aust, can only do so much, are to old or under qualified, anyway, no one else wants that job, so down we go.

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    3. I'd like to see him keep his word on helping Schapelle Corby come home!

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    4. i hate kevin rudd

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  2. It should have been Kevin 11 and subsequently Rudd Team 13. If you do not resume your rightful place as PM we will go down a conservative track that we will all pay for.

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  3. Hello Kevin
    I am from your electorate and it is frustrating to me that most of the Australian people wants you to get the rightful place as our Prime Minister these faceless men are stopping you to get the job you deserve.
    Can I send a loud and clear message to all labor MPs that if you want your job back in Sept 13, then forget your petty politics and elect Kevin as our PM.
    Regards
    Kris Prasad

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    1. Yes Kev for PM, get in there Big Kev, dont give up, look in the mirror mate, you can do it. come on, have em, dont give up. That could be your slogan - Kevin - Dont give up. Come one Kev,get out there in those shopping centres, dont be shy, Australia loves you, Australia loves you, Australia loves you, they really do kev, kevsy, ruddster, they do, dont give up Kev, you;re the man, you are a legend, get in there mate, they back stabbed you and embarassed you, are you going to take that ?? are you a man or a plastic man? COME ON KEV, thankl alote for cvomming to us

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  4. Absolutely Kevin for PM.

    If the Labor MPs don't wake up and make a decision they will lose at the next election. Don't forget Labor MPs, it is us the people who will vote you in or out, not your fellow MPs. Many Australian's want the man who they voted in as PM back again. Australian's still have a very bitter taste in their mouth about how Kevin was brutally treated in such an un-Australian way. We do not forget and we voted him in for a reason, the reason being that we believed he was (and still is) the man for the job.

    This is a man that can represent our country on the world arena with dignity and intelligence. A man who is aware of other cultures and policies. If we want to be taken seriously, let's get him back. At present, we literally look like the flintstones with the bunch of fools that are leading this country.

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    1. Start a new 'Labor-like party' and go into a coalition with the existing labour party.
      The way things are after the latest sackings and resignations, Labor will have little chance of reelection.

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  6. Kevin Rudd is a well respected Australian politician when he travels overseas. As Prime Minister and Foreign Minister we observed his credibility in global politics in the responses of his international counterparts.

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  7. i don't want kevin as PM...i support Labor and Gillard...what is with all carrying on over the past?? whats done is done...get over it..move on...

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  8. Kevin Rudd for PM!!! Without Kevin, I rather vote Tony Abbott than Gillard. Gillard supporters are out of touch with reality just like Juliar...

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  9. I want to vote for whoever stops all coal seam gas mining in Australia, before the next election, with Kevin as PM.

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  10. I was born in Gatton QLD and reared in Newcastle NSW.(A once strong hold of Labor).I came from 3 generations of Labor supporters.Today I live on the north coast of NSW.The day Kevin Rudd was betrayed by his own party,was the day I decided to never vote again and pay the fines thereafter.
    How can we possibly call ourselves a democratic country,when the party governing us all is a minority one.Sure the leader is a rep but it is not by the people ,it is by the caucus.
    For goodness sake Mr Rudd let this party tumble in the next election.Then it can be truly led by a real leader to the next one.

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  11. I was a Labour voter my entire voting life up until Kevin Rudd was deposed as the Prime Minister of this country. I will not vote for Labour again. A vote for Labour is a vote for Gillard and that is pure poison for Australia. Kevin Rudd was a good PM. I will be voting for the Liberal member in my electorate and hope that enough Australians vote this way just to get this diabolical, destructive Gillard Government far,far away from any control of this country.

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  12. Honestly, we want honesty and heart. We feel it in Kevin Rudd. That is why we still want him as Prime Minister of Australia. We want restoration of truth. We want Australia back.

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  13. I was a labour supporter for over 40 years but no more. Gillard is the worst example of a labour leader. I don't know who I will vote for in the upcoming election which I hope is BEFORE September. The only thing I agree with; with Mr Rabbit is that this government must go.
    The TIME has come for her to go and go quickly. Senior ministers with wonderful talents have left her to herself. She is NOT interested in the Australian people and is a self-centred narcissist.
    The sooner we find a decent leader the better. Rudd was the BEST but alas he has the character to NOT be part of the debacle.

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  14. I would rather get a FINE then to vote for Julia or Tony Abbot. Can't you see Kevin rudd? we want YOU as PM. the PRIME MINISTER WE VOTED FOR. We didn't choose julia, WE CHOOSE YOU. and Australia is BEHIND YOU. RISE UP and KICK OUT JULIA GILLARD! she is RUINING THIS COUNTRY!

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    1. Thats right Kev, are you a man or a mouse, now fix that hair, get in front of the mirror, start asking yourself questions, build confidence mate, you are a legend, you are Rocky, you can do it, i bet you can climb everest Kev with 1 leg MATE, and modesty will get you to the top, for example: you are not upset at about being backstabbed and removed from office, now thats a man MATE. Kev - you are awesome, And just this week you still help out Carr by trying to still be foreign minister. Now that shows guts Kev, cmon MATE, dont give up Kev, KEV for PM KEV FOR PM

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  15. so what does Australians think about who gets the say about what the people want or who they want as Prime minister shame on our govenment it should be turned into a comedy show for television obviously the decisions are all made before the people get a choice and if we have an australian wide vote whether we vote or not it is already been voted by votes made within your own parliment hello can the people have an honest vote have you forgotten the Australian people Mr Rudd you said your word well what about the promise you made to the australian people you need to ask us not your labour back benchers we are the people the australian public not your backbenchers or miss miss gillards back benchers who already stabbed you in the back previously and you let her do that to you ask the australian public what they think of that, do we get a say just ask us put the challenge on the today show I dare you ask the public,

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  16. "You common who cry of curs, I do hate them"

    Dear Mr. Rudd,

    I have seen two movies that I think you may also
    enjoy.

    1. The Adjustment Bureau.
    2. Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country.

    In the second movie the Klingon High Chancellor makes
    good comment upon his death.

    As these movies both also have a political environment
    to them, I thought you might find some common interest.

    I hope you enjoy the Easter break and until next time.

    "Once more unto the breach dear friend"

    Regards

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  17. Miss you Kevin

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  18. Dear Mr Rudd
    the antidote is simple to remedy our countries issues since you were 'usurped' from your rightful role as Prime Minister of our gorgeous country. STEP UP AND LEAD OUR COUNTRY THE WAY IT SHOULD BE LED IN TRUTHFULNESS AND WITH YOUR WONDERFUL MODESTY. If you 'really' love our country and all who reside here then you have a 'responsibility' to do so. I emplore you as a sister citizen and one who adores her country and its people, please step up because the alternative is where we are with those who are there leading us all up the garden path with no return or refund policy :(
    We need you Kevin Rudd, there is no one else!!!
    Sincerely
    Lady T M Mackay
    Victoria

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  19. Regarding: Mr. Kevin Rudd coming out as a bisexual and supporting homosexual marriage

    Most people do not know what homosexuals do in private nor the medical consequences they suffer due to their lifestyle. It is literally a filthy and ill health ridden lifestyle.

    If homosexual marriage become legalized, we should all be greatly concerned at the thought of any child fathered and or adopted by homosexuals.

    The risk of them becoming infected with AIDS, HIV, Hepatitis A - G. etc. - God help those poor innocent children.

    While male homosexuals comprise only 2–3 percent of the male population, they commit about one-third of all child molestation cases. That is, about one-third of all pedophile cases are homosexual in nature—man to boy. [34]

    Academic papers: Please make available to all concerned the following web sites:

    http://www.allaboutlove.org/homosexual-health.htm

    http://www.qrd.org/qrd/religion/anti/cameron/medical.consequences.of.what.homosexuals.do.txt

    http://www.frc.org/get.cfm?i=IS01B1

    http://www.capalert.com/sexedabcdisney/whathomosdo.htm

    http://spiderpam.hubpages.com/hub/What-Homosexuals-Wont-Tell-You-Exposing-Common-Falsehoods

    sincerely
    Jason Arrowsmith

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  20. This a very skimpy biography.

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  21. DAMN U JULIA GILLARD U BACKSTABBER
    RUDD FOR PM

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  22. Based on what I've read from the Wikileaks cables and other sources, I suspect the Americans had something to do with Rudd's removal, just like they did with Gough Whitlam. It's just that this time - they helped organise an internal party coup since removing him from the outside (as happened to Gough) would look very suspicious.

    It's a sad indictment on this country that anyone who wants to change the status quo, even moderately, from "within the system" is removed. I seriously wonder why Rudd has chosen to stay in the party. If he left and gave the reason that he no longer felt he could serve his country in the Labor Party as it currently is, it would help destroy the image of the party and force much needed internal changes.

    Good on you Mr. Rudd for trying. If you genuinely want to help improve this country, I believe you can still do it, even though it will mean tearing the labor Party apart in the short term. Sometimes a building needs to be torn down and rebuilt.

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  23. It is such a waste of one the most talented Policy makers in the history of this country, and an elected Prime Minster being treated with such contempt by the Labour Party. We all hope that all politicians in Australia could become as progressive, yet fiscally pragmatic as this man!!! Hope and pray of a Rudd revival to the ranks as Prime Minister. Mr Rudd is a thought leader, and unmistakeningly brilliant foreign minister.

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    1. No Julia. I'm defiant and adamant about this.

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  24. Looking forward to you coming back Kevin! Not long now :)

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  25. Kevin Rudd should be put back as leader as he is decent person who does care what does happen to Australia this is what its all about. His integrity is still intact and seems to
    be a honest person. If he is not put back as leader of Labour then i'm not voting Labour this time around.

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  26. I watch Parliament, all of it, and I think Tony Abbott and Kevin Rudd are so alike they could be clones.
    PS: All you people who have stated you have supported and voted for "LABOUR" (get the spelling right fellas and females) in the past and not now, are liars and ring ins.

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  27. I have been a very staunch supporter of you for many years. Unfortunately not a supporter of how you were ousted from you position as prime minister which I think is very unfair. What I also think is very unfair, is how your party treats New Zealanders living in Australia.

    I have lived in Australia since 2005. Prior to that I was in London since 2002. At that time I was on 19 years old. After my time in London, I had no hesitation that Australia was going to be my 'home town'. Yes I love NZ, but now it's been 11 years since i have lived there and I have no intention of moving back. In fact, I have since married (unfortunately in my circumstances) a NZ citizen, but however have two beautiful daughters who were born here. They are now 2 and 4 years old.

    Back to my position of how I, as a New Zealander has been treated, is very disappointing how I have no right to vote in Australia! Not only that but as I am a stay at home mum to my girls, have absolutely no opportunity to acquire citizenship even though I have lived here for 8 years. Yes I am aware that my girls will acquire citizenship when they turn 10 but that doesn't really leave me or my husband in a better position.

    I can't understand why you, after all the horrible bagging you have been receiving, doesn't just up and leave the labor party and start your own one... And then finally give a kiwi like me the right to vote as I will support you 100% of the way!!! Kevin Rudd for PM.... But not for the Labor Party....

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  28. Dear Mr Rudd,

    I am supporter of yours, but I should qualify this by saying that I am swinging voter.

    In my opinion, Labour can not win the September '13 election, with either you or Ms Gillard at the helm. If Ms Gillard does go to the poll as PM, she will lose, this seems to be a given, however, if you go to the poll as the PM, whilst Labour will do better, you will still lose an election, and potentially face the cull afterwards. So why you challenge her? You will be alone with seniority after the election and the perfect party rebuilder afterwards. My concern is that Mr Abbott and the Coalition will have such a veto after this election, that we will need a strong opposition, if you lose this election and are removed from leadership this won't happen, so please let Ms Gillard fall on her ego sword at this election and then take the helm (as you no doubtedly will), and providing for a real opportunity for a new Labour party.

    Mr Rudd let Ms Gillard lose the election, let her fail, you on the other hand have never lost an election, by remaining in your current position, you will ensure a brighter future for the Labour Party.

    My two bobs worth.

    Thanks MH

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    1. I really really don't want to vote for Julia. But I am a Labor voter. This is the dilemma. At this stage there is nothing for me to vote for. I fear I will have to throw my vote for the first time in 46 years.

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  29. No matter if it is Kevin or Julia. The labour name has been damaged beyond repair. Please focus on the job at hand.

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  30. Mr Rudd please don't challenge for leadership. Let Julia face the music and let the voters choose.

    Then the Labor needs to rebuild and look at what they are about. They appear to be doing what the liberal party are doing and essentially they are after money. Fancy giving yourself a 20 to 40% pay rise when other people working for the government can only get 2.5% and then a few months before the election get 2.5%.

    Hopefully the Mr Rudd you can come back and get the party back to its roots. So we dont have a bunch of parties that are all essentially the same.

    When I was younger I thought the ideals for the Labor Party was to own many of utilities and various other resources to make it cheaper for most Australians. Not sell it all off. That was Liberal thinking, look at America, See America, become American.

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  31. Congratulations Kevin on finally getting recognition for your value as a valuable leader, I and my family look forward to you being appointed Prime Minister once again of our wonderful country.

    We are looking forward to having a highly competent, outward looking Prime Minister who understands the values that we stand for (and does not perpetrate the values that we don't).

    We greatly appreciate your extraordinarily hard work in the past for Australia, but don't forget to look after yourself so you can sustain good relationships within the party to assure your long-term support :)

    Best Wishes for a fulfilling(and no doubt challenging) Prime Ministership

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  32. Thank you Kevin for listening to us and for standing up for what is right!

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  33. Go Rudd! You can now deliver for the nation once again!

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  34. Yeah go K.Rudd! Finally back in there. There is hope for this country yet.
    K. Micky. Rudd. supporter and proud. Love you babe <3

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  35. Dear Mr Rudd,

    I know you are racking your brains on the asylum seeker problem. Because of my special circumstances, I have got a very feasible, less-cost and effective plan. I strongly hope you can give me an opportunity to offer my advice. Thank you.

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  36. Hey Ruddy,
    Welcome back...finally
    Want a sure fired way to win this election mate. Level peg us with fuel prices against our American brethren. One simple policy change that ordinary Australians will welcome and you are back in the hot seat for the next 4 years
    I have just returned from the US and we as Australians are paying near on double for everything...and I mean everything
    No doubt you will do what is right, keep up the good work
    Cheers
    Jim

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  37. How can you trust a man who says he will never run for the top job again then goes back on his word and stabs his leader in the back?

    How can you trust a nepotic who appoints his sons to jobs? Conflict of interest?

    How can you trust a man who has done more backflips on his border protection policies causing the influx of people smuggling?

    How can you trust a man who's temper tantrums and verbal abuse have caused his own staff quit rather than work for him?

    How can Australia trust Kevin Rudd? I know I can't.

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  38. Fellow Australians,

    The unthinkable may happen that Tony Abbot will be the negative Prime Minister of Australia and the Deputy Prime Minister will Barnaby Joyce of the Coalition and when Tony Abbot is on leave the Prime Minister of Australia will Barnaby Joyce!!!!. Should this happen NEVER NEVER!!

    Victoria, New South Wales, Western Australia and Queensland is under the Coalition and plus Coliation federally. Australia will be governed by one party. The unthinkable should NOT happen.

    Negative Tony Abbot say that Australia should have done better. Can Tony Abbot name a country in the Western economy of the conservative political have done well after the GFC - NONE.

    Tony Abbot is the corporate's Prime Minister being support by Rupert of this world. I had a problem and wrote to Tony Abbot for almost a year and yet to receive a reply from him. He is more interested to be Prime Minister than the Auatralians welfare. You make disagree with the Government of the day but not to talk down about your own country. By being negative he may succeed to destroy Australian confidence which will have economic consequences.

    On the 7th vote Kevin and Australian Labor Party to prevent the unthinkale to happen we need CHECK and BALANCE to protect Australians and democracy each individual rights.

    Australians will deny a one party dominance of any colour. Australians are wise and intelligent people and vote Kevin in O7 to be only western country out of the GFC we need a level playing field not dominated by the rich neither by the unions.

    Vote Kevin on the Seven so that all Australians we will be continue to be in the Heaven!!!.


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  39. I think you should take GST off fuel to make life easier for the low income earners & pensioners to survive & have a life.
    I think the ALP federal members are far & above more honest & competent than the opposition I could never trust Tony Abbott
    to not increase gst.

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  40. The New Way!!!!! Cheating??? That's the old normal way of the ALP I'm afraid.

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  41. will Kevin Rudd introduce a swift new modelling of an Aboriginal Parliament representing Aboriginal Australians in Canberra as part of a reform in Aboriginal Affairs? So much has been overlooked. If Royalty monies paid to Aboriginal peoples in just one state (NT) had been banked and invested from 2000-2013 the money would be made into gold, currency reserves, property investment portfolios, Supreme Councils of Women, ship building, hotels, and other key 'business' involving coastal peoples - there would be great support for an Aboriginal Parliament. The Expert panel messed with 'recognition' for a while but An Aboriginal Parliament built to last would step up and stop the new plans to turn Australia's north over to 'money making' grasping US drillers who spit chemicals into water systems and stand to change the beauty and productivity of our nation across the north and across the south. ROYALTY money has been taken by government departments and spent as if it were government 'income'. The Intervention and Closing The Gap seem to have been paid for with 'other peoples' money since inception. Mr Rudd as PM owes $1.3 BILLION to Australia's Northern Aborigines.....13 years at $100 million per year 'taken' and used as 'free' policy money. The other $40-$60 million a year in Mining Royalty money is spent on admin for the big four Lands Councils and an oversubscribed Sponsor Fund. An Aboriginal Parliament would move Australia forward and stop the grandstanding of political parties - its a big step. WILL Mr RUDD produce a big picture plan to change Canberra and allow Aboriginal languages to be heard not just 'spoken' of?? Or will Mr Rudd let the Murdoch/Haliburton 'business sector' take Australia's north for free? many thanks.

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  42. Phillip Clutterbuck14 August 2013 at 11:23

    Hi Kevin


    When I here you talk about new trade school - you sound prime ministerial

    That's exactly what I want to here from my PM - how are we investing in the future. Thanks Kevin


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  43. Australia is well poised to be part of the Pacific Century but it has its challenges. Corruption in Asia is pretty rife with exception of Singapore and will seep to our way of life. We should not allow corruptive Asian country to control us with their immense wealth through buying our business and increase our property price and all Australian will be renting for the rest of their lives .

    The recent behaviour of trade union leaders and corruption in NSW is not much of a help for the Australian Labor Party. But on the other hand we have Rupert Murdoch who try to control President of USA Obama which Rupert failed miserably but he was successful with David Cameron in United Kingdom.

    We do not want to be contol by Rupert neither by Paul Howes of the union. We should not allow corruption to ruin our political systems and eventually our judiciary.

    Kevin Rudd should continue to be the people Prime Minister not Prime Minister beholden to Rupert Murdoch neither to the union. This is the opportunity Australian has to retain Kevin Rudd for the next three years. The main task is to ban any donation from the union or the business group which will always or eventually a corruptive government. Business leaders or union donations will always a hidden agenda and they will get more from the Government and the average Australian willhave pay indirectly eventually we will be worst off.

    We should follow the example of Canada and prevent donation from any corporations. All political expenses should be paid through the Government so the the Paul Howes or Rupert Murdoch cannot control the Australians livelihood.

    If all Australians for once give Kevin Rudd the overhelmingly mandate to clean up the corruptive nature of our Government systems through donations and lobbyist all Australian will be better off in the long run.

    All senior citizen should well look after and ensure they employable and the youth of today and they are leaders of tomorrow.

    We hope Kevin Rudd will change the Australian Labor Party to Australian People Party so that union leaders cannot control our destiny. We are in once in the life time situation that we have a people Prime Minster who care for everyone.

    The corruptive nature of our political system need to be clean up once for all. Tony Abbott close relationship with Rupert Murdoch will make him unsuitable to do the clean up act. Tony is relying on Rupert media publicity to make him to be Prime Minster under obligation to Rupert. This should never be allowed to happen.

    Well, Australian this is your last opportunity to make Kevin Rudd the people Prime Minister.

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    1. It is also Australia's best opportunity to vote him out of politics all together.

      Come on Australia, let's get rid of bad leadership.

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  44. Hi Kevin,

    Might be time to remove that sanctimonious, self-serving crap on the home page about returning politics to positivity. You know, the stuff about dropping the nasty personal politics?

    You couldn't last more than a week.

    Yet again, Prime Minister (for now) you have let us all down. I don't know why we expected any better.

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  49. kevin is a fag

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  50. Dear kevin,, you have been an honerable and loyal friend,, i know you ^4LOVE - true love (*~*!!) and i know my Anarchism put you at risk because i concidered you such a close and valuable firned and confidant,, dear kevin and loyal,, loving,, caring,, united family,, my husband "Kyle" is serving in Kabul Afghanistan and he is in DANGER - they are leaving him there to die and despite contacting all our friends - "the spiders are going to eat him" the "flies keep watching and preying" and "the spiders keep weaving" these are verry scarry monsters to children and i know you ^4 LOVE and "WE DONT TOLLERATE CHILD ABUSE _ WERE ANARCHIST *S" please do all you can to bring kyle home to me cos we have TRUE LOVE (*~*!!) - Love Bron Amity Boswell

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  51. Kevin, we need a refugee program in all schools like in Norway. A one full week program where students "live" like refugees. Perhaps only this will change the current paradigm. You owe the country this full repentance. I respected you as our PM first time around. Please, I pray you use your power to change this countries paradigm.

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  54. Let it go Kevin. Try to bow out with some grace and dignity. You are doing yourself damage at the moment.

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