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We delivered power to the unworthy who have used that power against the fundamental interests of those who elected them, the Greens included.
The ancient Chinese understood the dilemma of politics. They saw all too often that those who sought power should never be trusted with it. That the very seeking of it disqualified the seeker for personal ambition almost always remains in conflict with the best interests of the governed.
So, what can we do? Well for starters…
The Greens will push energy costs much higher with policy to leave coal in the ground until there is a non polluting use for it and all energy from renewables by 2020.
But typical of the Greens they have no idea of how to achieve it. When there is no wind and no sun the coal fired generators must keep burning coal to energize the grid to light our world.
Renewable's? Well, there's whale oil, that was popular years ago and that's renewable. Then there's sugar…Continue
The Leader of the State Opposition in South Australia has only now waded into the “rotten culture of power” that is FamiliesSA on the Liberal’s website. To gain a better explanation of why the Report to Parliament exposed this rotten Department it is necessary to understand why it is…
"Once again the “rich countries” have managed to take prosperity away from the Third World. And at Christmas too. We’d promised them billions in guilt payments for something called “global warming.” They don’t pay that much attention to thermometers, and weather is something they mostly live with rather than forecast.
But we ourselves had warned them their islands were about to sink beneath the waves. It hasn’t happened yet, but the computer models say it will be so. We…
Fight for food leaves 7 dead as World Food Program handout in Somalia turns nasty By Abdi Guled and Katharine Houreld in Mogadishu From: AP August 06, 2011 3:01PM
A WORLD Food Program handout of corn rations to Somalis trying to survive a famine turned deadly after government troops opened fire, killing at least seven, witnesses said. Residents of Mogadishu's largest famine refugee camp accused government soldiers of starting today's chaos by trying to steal some of the tonnes of…
Computer models at Stanford University in the US have just “told” us that man-made global warming has already sapped some of the yield potential from our food crops. They say wheat yields would have been 5.5 percent higher since 1980 without the earthly warming and corn yields would have been 3.8 percent…Continue
A colleague of Dennis Avery, one Bennie Peiser, of Britain’s Global Warming Policy Foundation, offers some of his latest man-made global warming news:
The Sunday Times noted on May 22 that the UK government has agreed to cut its greenhouse emissions 50 percent by 2027. As a result, “Tata Steel last week announced it was cutting 1,500 jobs at its Scunthorpe and Teeside plants. The…Continue
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June 19, 2011
Where’s The “Science Story of the Century”?
BY DENNIS T. AVERY
CHURCHVILLLE, VA—Is it the…Continue
The NBN Part 2,"may yet prove with the carbon tax ,to be the most expensive incompetence ever set upon the Nation". It has never ever detailed its cost and income or development path.So far $132 million for staff and no income.
All we have is the augasmic announcement from Access Economics, the Labor clone ,who made the grand prophecy to justify their fees (AN Apr 7) that,"One of the implications of the NBN is that it will enable a more competitive economy,a more dynamic economy,…Continue
With huge bushfires raging from time to time in Australia and today in Arizona consuming the oxygen for its own combustion to spew thousands of tonnes back into the atmosphere, it is time to reflect.
The forests had absorbed the carbon from the atmosphere for food to grow. But somehow, the pseudoscience of computer modeling has blamed not the natural cycles of climate change or photosynthesis recorded eons ago by the ancients but by modern humans. If so the tax in Australia…Continue
To Isobel Redmond, The Leader of the Opposition, All Politicians, The Judiciary and the Legal Fraternity
and to the Editor AdelaideNow.
A little female Japanese tourist beaten up and robbed - twice!
I am ashamed that the fascist junta that runs the State for themselves have no moral compass to deal with the mounting crime problem and have not shown intent to do so. Are you all not ashamed , and you too Isobel? That there…
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Letters from South Australia April 30
The Editor, Adelaide Advertiser
Letters and Editorial (Advertiser,April 19 ) seem at equal odds between the humanities and the Three R's of the education system. Each of the correspondents and the Editorial address serious issues for the "building blocks" of our future.
The most important R missing from the Editorial of the Three R's is Respect. But there is a larger dimension. The issue missing…Continue
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Isobel Redmond, the Leader of the Opposition in SA announced.."South Australia needs to be like France with small villages and not all the focus on one city" How sweet, mes ami
But France does not have the tyranny of distance that affects life in Australia.Throw a stone in France might hit someone in Luxembourg.Just picture mon amis, le cafe' on the way to Murray Bridge with your beautiful new wife.
The waiter, (Aussie footballer with stutter working way though uni, in starched…Continue
Finding yourself in a bad spot Minister? Did the Gillardteen make it a bit impossible to carry out? This policy that swaps another 4000 asylums. I suppose you have some idea being a Minister with responsibility to the Nation an' all, of using charter aircraft for such a swap. Bringing 4000 by air from Malaysia might be quite hazardous.
I hate to think about a riot on a charter aircraft while on the way to Malaysia, a most dangerous thought indeed. No charter operator would accept the…Continue
Added by Bob Stewart on May 15, 2011 at 11:38am — No Comments
Im still angry and I've not calmed down about the asylum policy which is floundering from one lurch to another.
Minister Bowen talking all tough about the law. But just whose law? These people have no idea being quite ignorant of law least of all the one the Minister is referring to. May as well tell the lion not to eat the lamb as it is against the law.
The Minister is now between a rock and a hard place stuffing around with political grandstanding while ignoring the…Continue
Added by Bob Stewart on May 14, 2011 at 9:11pm — No Comments
A New Proposal to spend more billions on the Festival Centre and Torrens Precinct
How positively political. None of the proponents seem to have any concern for public funds, or how their ideas will be paid for. Indeed, many politicians have become legends in their own mind to the extent riding roughshod over the community who pay them for their life experience, morality and wisdom to administer the State.
Can we trust the elected Opposition to…Continue