Will you vote no on pre-emptive strikes of war?

A:

Yes. PD politicians vote against bills and decisions to pre-emptively enter war where there is no mandate to only use the Australian Armed Forces in self-defence.

There are only two things PD politicians automatically vote on. Yes on supply and confidence bills and decisions to ensure stable parliaments and councils, and no on pre-emptive strikes of war. The second is because the greatest catastrophe in the world are wars and they can start in a short space of time. To provide protection against this PD politicians automatically vote no on them. To have a governance system that automatically stands by nonviolence is an asset. Peace-keeping missions and self-defence are exempt.

PD is about the people making the decisions and we stand by nonviolence.