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Turnbull's Destruction of the Liberal Party Continues
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 Malcolm Turnbull's disastrous reign as head of the Liberal Party nearly destroyed the party, now he is at it again. Here we have one of the architects of the destruction of private property rights…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Denise Scanlan Nov 20, 2012.

Kipling Predicted All of This
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Rudyard Kipling understood precisely what we are going through today back in 1919. Consider this classic poem about what happens when we create institutions which attempt to divorce us from…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Rory Donnellan Aug 10, 2012.

plant and business closings
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the media seems to want to avoid reporting on what is going on in the real world.  Sometimes they report plant closings but on page 59 as if it was no big deal. Maybe we could keep a list here of…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Rae Billett Aug 10, 2012.

National Food Plan
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This idea that we can or should have centralised planning and control over agricultural production boggles the mind in its stupidity.  Indeed, it is indicative of the complete and total failure of…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Alyn Roule Feb 13, 2014.

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At 10:05pm on November 11, 2010, Laurel Ender said…
thought this may be of interest to you Matt

Entrepreneurs Criminalized: The Great Wall of Bureaucracy Comes to America
geobear7 | November 10, 2010 at 12:26 pm | Tags: Big Ag, bureaucracy, end of liberty, fascism, food freedom, Monopolies, monopoly capitalism, why chuck cant get a business | Categories: CorpoGov | URL: http://wp.me/pyeD4-1kn

By Michael Edwards Activist Post The purge of the farming class in various Communist dictatorships is well documented. The regimes in China (1958-62) and Russia into the Ukraine (1920-39), identified those who were independent of state control, and implemented a heavy-handed oppression designed to turn true productivity toward collectivist goals. These regimes are but a version [...]

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At 9:47pm on November 7, 2010, Laurel Ender said…
Matt a heads up
post on WUWT re Hal lewis...this comment is important, seems to be an aussie and is contactable its about the 6th? comment down

Tim Curtin says:
November 6, 2010 at 7:40 pm

Great letter. What a shame the National Academy of Sciences lacks a single member with Hal Lewis’ integrity, with its dedication in each isue of PNAS to Lysenkoism and other anti-science. Only last month it published this by Lysenko’s descendants:

Forecasting potential global environmental
costs of livestock production 2000–2050
Nathan Pelletier1 and Peter Tyedmers

Abstract:
“Food systems—in particular, livestock production—are key drivers
of environmental change. Here, we compare the contributions of
the global livestock sector in 2000 with estimated contributions of
this sector in 2050 to three important environmental concerns:
climate change, reactive nitrogen mobilization, and appropriation
of plant biomass at planetary scales. Because environmental
sustainability ultimately requires that human activities as a whole
respect critical thresholds in each of these domains, we quantify
the extent to which current and future livestock production contributes
to published estimates of sustainability thresholds at projected
production levels and under several alternative endpoint
scenarios intended to illustrate the potential range of impacts associated
with dietary choice.Wesuggest that, by 2050, the livestock
sector alone may either occupy the majority of, or significantly overshoot,
recently published estimates of humanity’s “safe operating
space” in each of these domains. In light of the magnitude of estimated
impacts relative to these proposed (albeit uncertain) sustainability
boundary conditions, we suggest that reining in growth of
this sector should be prioritized in environmental governance”.
At 11:06pm on July 5, 2010, Sue MantonSue Manton said…

At 1:00pm on June 15, 2010, Colin J Ely said…
Hi Matt
How is it doing over there in God's Country? Saw your little bit about the (high) cost of dams. Have you read Peter Andrews two books, Beyond the Brink and Back from the Brink? As I only have a quarter acre suburban block, it is a bit hard for me to try them out myself. The gist of the books is to store water in the soil. There is a guy on the forum, Ian James, from Avon who regularly posts on the forum. I imagine the system would be better for grazing than cropping, I imagine it would be a bit bumpy trying to drive a header across all those swales.
Cheers
Col.
At 11:19am on December 11, 2009, Rob Moore said…
Matt thanks for your message. Isuspected as much and I was far from convinced by Palmer but had to accept what he told me. That doesn't mean that you have to as well. My report of our talk is accurate- so it is up to you If you think it is worth following the thread on the ABA disscussion.
I'm sure others would weigh in as we all know (including Burke now) that they are a bunch of parasites.
Don't really know where my Agforce bash is heading but it is sure good to fight back. All the best ,Rob
 
 
 

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