The political landscape of Australia is a story of class and colour

The election of Malcolm Turnbull as Australian Prime Minister in 2019 has seen the emergence of an Australian political class with a deep, deep racial bias.

It is not only a political class, it is also a racial caste.

The most prominent members of the Australian political elite have a deep and ingrained racism that is not limited to politics.

The current Prime Minister of Australia, Malcolm Turnbull, is not the first person of colour to hold public office in Australia.

In 1885, Sir William Laski became the first Prime Minister to be born in Australia, a feat that only Malcolm Turnbull could achieve.

Malcolm Turnbull was born in Queensland in 1887.

Laskis father was of German, Scottish and Italian descent.

He was one of the founders of the Liberal Party of Australia.

Turnbull was also born in Victoria.

The family was originally from New South Wales, but moved to Queensland when he was four years old.

Turnbull’s father’s business was involved in mining and was eventually sold in 1894 to a company owned by James Lasky.

In 1902, he was made a member of the Victorian Liberal Party.

In 1927, he became a member and eventually became a Prime Minister.

The Laskys became a major political power in the Victorian electorate of the same name.

Turnbull has been elected to parliament since 1991.

In 2017, he had the opportunity to become the first black member of parliament.

This is the second time Turnbull has contested for office.

In 2007, he lost to Labor’s John Hewson.

In the 2016 election, he defeated Labor’s Michelle Rowland by a margin of just over three thousand votes.

Turnbull received almost 20 per cent of the vote.

He won the seat of Griffith with more than 70 per cent.

Turnbull is the son of a former politician, Malcolm Lasko, and his mother, Helen Lask.

He grew up in the town of Morphett, about 30 kilometres north of Brisbane, and attended the Melbourne University School of Art.

He graduated from the University of Melbourne in 1968.

Malcolm Lassiter is a former Liberal Party candidate for Parliament.

He is the nephew of the late Sir William Lester, the founder of the Queensland Liberal Party and the son-in-law of the first Liberal prime minister, Sir Winston Churchill.

The young Malcolm Landon was a member the Liberal Youth Party, the youth wing of the party, and was active in youth politics at the university.

He later became a minister in the Abbott government.

Malcolm was also the grandson of the then Premier of Queensland, Sir John Landon, who was the first Aboriginal prime minister.

In 2014, he won the Liberal leadership of the state party.

Malcolm has a history of controversial comments.

In 2015, he told an interviewer he had not spoken to the Prime Minister about his plans to retire from politics.

In a 2016 interview with The Australian newspaper, he suggested he would not take any more responsibility for the health of his son.

His son, Michael Landon said the comments were offensive and disrespectful.

“It’s not the same as saying I am going to step aside.

It’s about the person.

He said that about my dad.

I said ‘well that’s not what he meant’.

It’s not about him.

It was about what he said.

And I said it to the world, not him.

Malcolm is married to a former senator from New England, Marlene Hanson.

They have three children.

Malcolm’s wife, Jill, was the wife of Liberal Senator Michaelia Cash.

In 2008, Malcolm became the longest serving Liberal Party MP in Queensland history, when he held the seat for nearly 30 years.

He has held the Queensland seat since 1992.

He held the same seat from 1989 to 1996, and the seat from 2007 to 2013.

In 2010, he took the position of Treasurer, and in 2017 he was appointed the first sitting member of Parliament to be a former minister in Australia’s federal parliament.

In 2018, he also became the new leader of the Labor Party, becoming the first Labor MP to hold the position since former prime minister John Howard.

In February 2018, Malcolm was named Australia’s most influential person in the world by the Economist Intelligence Unit.

He also holds the honour of being the second-most influential person of the 21st century by the Financial Times.

In August 2019, the Australian Bureau of Statistics said Turnbull would become the most influential political figure in the country by 2020.

Malcolm and Jill Turnbull married in 2009.

In January 2018, Jill was diagnosed with breast cancer.

She is expected to recover from her illness.

Turnbull announced in January 2018 that he would be giving up politics.

He will be the first Australian Prime minister to be diagnosed with cancer since Winston Churchill in 1945.

In May 2018, the ABC reported that Turnbull had received a $2 million gift from a wealthy businessman.

It has not been confirmed whether that was a donation to the Turnbull family or to the Australian National Health