Monthly Archives: May 2011

China doing as much as Coalition

Whenever confronted with the notion that Australia is going at it alone on the carbon dioxide tax, Julia Gillard likes to talk about how China is cutting its emissions. She goes on about how China are shutting down a coal-fired … Continue reading

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Show us the climate evidence

A week ago I had a letter to the editor published in the Herald Sun in an attempt to highlight the fact that there is no evidence that implicates carbon dioxide in the climate crime syndicate. “Where is the evidence? … Continue reading

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Man powerless against might of nature

Greenies love the environment. There’s no doubt about that. Having said that, they seem to have a low opinion of mother nature. The very assertion that humankind can alter the climate, implies that nature is at our mercy. When you … Continue reading

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A Critical Decade…Not

Last week, the climate commision released its report designed to corroberate the Gillard government’s plan of action on the global warming non-issue. Since then, Bob Carter, Stewart Franks, David Evans and William Kininmonth have launched a critique of the report … Continue reading

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What a hypocrite

The treasurer Wayne Swan recently defended Cate Blanchett’s appearance in that dreadful “just say yes” ad. He said that “I admire anyone who stands up for their views”. And yet he and others in the government deride skeptics who stand … Continue reading

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The Greens

Touchy when asked the tough questions Haters of democracy Economically inept Global warming crackpots Really reds Environment over people Exponentially growing carbon tax Naive Socialists

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They just don’t care

The greens go on about human rights. Asylum seekers are their favourite topic on this issue. How then can they translate such compassion into their push for ridiculously high prices on carbon dioxide emissions? Christine Milne gleefully admitted that the … Continue reading

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