Watermelon senator Lee Rhiannon not only thinks global warming is directly to blame for the famine in Somalia, but that Australian coal is the primary culprit.
“Ship after ship leaving Newcastle Port, heaped with coal, are contributing to the greatest threat we face in human history. Stopping the expansion of Newcastle Port and NSW’s coal industry is essential if we are to ward off similar human tragedies such as that being felt by Somalians today.”
A lot of that coal would be headed to China. I don’t think the largest remaining communist country will be happy to hear that our resident communist in parliament house has been knocking their favourite import.
Andrew Bolt comments on her endorsement of law-breaking.
“Non-violent actions are a courageous way to…” Imagine how non-violent it would have been if one of them had fallen off.