Josh Frydanegg has shown he is equal to the Libs’ best brains with an offer to pay out $36 million to those who reduce their electricity usage during peak periods.

The only people unable to take advantage of this wonderfully creative offer are those who stay in bed to keep warm and get into fights with their cat over its Whiskas rations.

Naturally the Point Piper neighbours of PM Turnbull will be able to take full advantage of Frydanegg’s generosity because they haven’t so far felt the financial need to save on any bloody thing. This bloke is a reincarnation of Philip Lynch.

Bite the bullet you bastards, dump the RET, and stop worrying what the Left will say.

Political Parties at their lowest ebb yet. 

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BoilerService

Josh Frydenberg..Hope I got that right. Inner city green sycophant to TURNBULL……FEDERAL ENERGY MINISTER…….Wants to reward us for turning off the lights with our money……..WELL FUCK ME……..THAT SAYS EVERYTHING ABOUT THIS PLACE…..DOES IT NOT???……ANSWERS ONLY FROM PEOPLE WITH A BRAIN…THANK YOU.

vecchio
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vecchio

Electric fans and air conditioning are one thing. Just wait until the high rise and office lifts, petrol bowsers, traffic lights and a few other essentials are blacked out and production is halted. An unbelievable mess.

vecchio
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vecchio

Dead set “pricks off the planet”.

ejada
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ejada

I have long known that The Greens are barking mad, Lady Pirate, and now like rabies, it has spread through out the socialists on both sides of the house.

blyth
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blyth

There is an ongoing argument about the christian influence , I make this point, It seems to me that it is mainly the christian west (the USA, Europe Aust, Canada,etc )that is producing more and more food stuffs every year , much of which goes to keep the “”others “” fed and watered! This has been going on for a long time ,This has led to population explosions in Africa, India,parts of the middle east,, Some Asian countries also depend on imported commodities, , the west is also accepting large numbers of people from the third world, many with, or… Read more »

blyth
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blyth

Bowen is complaining that some guy, (i forget his name) should not be on the board of ASIC because he was at one time a member of the Libs, This from a mob who have stacked every public service position , and many others , with labour party hacks! And when anybody of the lower ranks actually comes out in support of conservatism , he or she, is pounced on and often ridiculed in the left leaning media, For labour to complain about bias is a bad joke,just look at the ABC/SBS and most other government departments , albeit we… Read more »

AnnieMac
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AnnieMac

What we should do in peak times is to use electricity for OUR comfort…bugger Turnbull and the rest. In doing so, if there are outages…good! It might wake them up to the fact that their brilliant scheme isn’t working, and they might finally realise we need coal fired power stations.It will hurt us with no power for a while, but the end result will be worth it. I will NOT be turning my aircon off or down to please these arrogant, leftist bullies

BlackRoo
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BlackRoo

“Bite the bullet you bastards, dump the RET, and stop worrying what the Left will say.” Yes Larry, its only the pollie left to worry about since their electors also want it dumped! Except of course the SHY mob who pedal like white mice for their power.

Observer-GC
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Observer-GC

People who think politicians really do have the public interest at heart, need to understand such representatives of the people would have seen that for our community to continue living in the first world, water and electicity were ESSENTIAL. Services that should have been efficient, effective, affordable and available would have been secured from the grasp of profiteers and kept as public services but no, poor financial management meant a REAL asset had to be sold to pay the devil. Now the devil wants his pound of flesh (apologies to Shakespeare). It seems to me Government lost their grasp of… Read more »

ejada
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ejada

Very sad but very true, Larry. The last 10 years has seen Australia go backwards at an unbelievable rate. We no longer have reliable and affordable electricity, we have killed our manufacturing, agricultural and mining industries because they have been unable to recover from Labor’s willful damage, and Turnbull’s ineptitude. And to top it off, we now face an untenable assault on our children, our family values and our last remaining freedoms of speech, beliefs and worship. Ten years ago who would have thought this an even remote possibility. Certainly not me.

Observer-GC
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Observer-GC

We really do have mental giants in Canberra, what is it about electricity and water they don’t understand. We need both abundantly. Attempting to replace fossil fuelled electricity with renewables should not be so distressing. Build and ensure the alternative is operational and supplying your needs FIRST, then close down fossil fuel stations. It is called strategic planning but I guess when you rely on the trough of plenty, decisions are made that ensure the swill flows for your lifetime. More people, more demand for water, what will their answer to that be – rationing, when dams would be so… Read more »

Observer-GC
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Observer-GC

Time and time again it is shown, financial penalties impact on the people least able to afford it and financial incentives usually only assist those that need it least. Christ, I once thought the Conservatives had more sense than the Socialist but they keep proving me wrong.

Elsa
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Elsa

This coming from the same mob who sold a public utility called Telecom to us in worthless shares that they profited from on the trade and tax on shareholders transactions to blacken their books going towards their next election campaign

MoreofPoida
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MoreofPoida

Oh, one other thing. A “brilliant light bulb idea” ; I guess LP meant bright idea. Sorry Larry but a bright idea will normally last longer than a “thought bubble” which only last about a pooftinth of a second.. All things being equal, this thought bubble should last about 2 thirds of a poothinth of a FA. (IE stuff all) Mind you, some idiot will grab hold of this crap and the MSM will promote it to justify their almost extinct existence.

pelican
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pelican

yes flysa..when the Turd thinks he ‘s a genius because he worked out that pushing shit uphill was a great unicorn to avoid doing anything..well…anything is possible….

MoreofPoida
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MoreofPoida

That’s how I keep warm; fight with the cat. He normally wins but at least I’m warm. Thank heavens for summer.

HanseaticKid
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HanseaticKid

Exactly, Flysa. Couldn’t find a root in a brothel level of incompetence…sorry about the crudity…I’m all out of similes today….

ApplePie
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ApplePie

This is a Party that is in total denial that the climate is behaving normally.

cliveh
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cliveh

I agree.She and Cory Bernardi plus a few of the “Independents”are our only hope.

HappyExpat
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HappyExpat

Thgis bloke just goes from bad to worse. When he was first appointed I had great hopes that he would inject some common sense into the Turnbull club. Just shows what a poor judge of character I am. This latest brain storm is his best yet. You are spot on Larry, as usual. Just be brave and do what the majority want you to do; restore our long proven power supply system by building more new coal fired power stations.

HanseaticKid
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HanseaticKid

Does this clown actually believe that this gesture will have any effect other than line the pockets of rent seekers. I need to check out where to apply…may as well become a rent seeker. It’s easier than actually dealing with a serious problem entirely created by State and Federal politicians and paid for by almost everyone who pays any tax in Australia…oh, that’s right, I almost forgot…only about half of working Australians pay a net tax amount. The rest swan around at our expense and run their air-conditioning at 16 degrees.

BrisBen
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BrisBen

Tax payer money for renewable subsidies to create an over-supply. Tax payer money to prop up base-load power because of renewables and lack of cost recovery. Tax payer money to now turn off air-cons cause they use power which means less demand. What school do these idiots go to?

Whacked2
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Whacked2

Idiots – at whose ultimate cost? Where do they get the money for that?

Deecee
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Deecee

Jeez! It’s really simple!!!! Just pay EVERYONE’S electricity bills for them!!!! Loyal voters for life!

OldCodger
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OldCodger

The ‘left’ never ever vote for the Liberals, so they will not lose so much as one vote.

Brianandjill
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Brianandjill

But will this be necessary with fucktards pump water uphill so it comes down as free energy idea?

GeorgeofMagpie
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GeorgeofMagpie

FriedNoBrains and Turnbull should RESIGN.. Now. Totally inept pair of fxxkin gooses

ani-mal
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ani-mal

I can’t believe that it can sink so low..

Elsa
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Elsa

Let’s buy a second hand nuke submarine and hook it up to supply the grid .

Fgrieco
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Fgrieco

Frypanegg Lib’s best brains? The Libs have become the reincarnation of the Gillard Government on their death knell. They are ignoring the elephant in the room because their ego prevents them from admitting Abbott is right. Instead they go with bone head ideas that die before they can be implemented.

bagman
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bagman

he will get a job in the solar industry

Petra
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Petra

I wonder how many potentially good men Malcolm has destroyed?

ChristianTraders
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ChristianTraders

YEP!! SCREW the LEFT. When are the Libs going to realise that the left are like spoilt children. Give them what they want and they will always ask for more! Even if they gave them everything, they will NEVER VOTE LIBERAL. So give up on the stupid lefty causes and ideals because if you believe you are only doing it to get votes, you’re very, very wrong and the country will pay for it big time. Show some balls and be CONSERVATIVE for a change. There are definite votes in that. Just ask Tony.

GeoffRosan
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GeoffRosan

Thanks LP, I just saw this now. WWW has apparently, or perhaps obviously, sent out the obedient Josh to rebuke Tony Abbott today. Josh likes his job and $$$ an living where what Melbournians called, years ago, ‘Tel Aviv.’ It’s time the remnants of the Liberal party found their beliefs and stood up against the WWW – and simply get rid of him. Paying some states to reduce their power usage won’t solve the problem. It’s a bandaid and a stupid idea. Come in sucker approach. Josh should not support such stupidity – he seemed to have a brain when… Read more »

EsraStar
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EsraStar

I would guess that dropping the RET would also get a tick of approval from many left wing voters as well.

Abdul
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Abdul

The dickheads are in charge…King of the dickheads is leading us over the cliff like the pied piper.

MichelLasouris
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MichelLasouris

I made the effort ( and made the investment) to not use ANY grid electricity. How much does Josh reckon he will reward me?