Foolish politicians driven by extreme green ideology are wasting Australia’s resources.


Australia’s nuclear resources are largely wasted. We have abundant geological potential for uranium and other nuclear fuels, we know how to explore and extract them.

Unfortunately, with bans and restrictions that change every election, and approval processes that take either some years or forever, only three mines are operating. Australia is also the only G20 country to ban clean silent low-emission nuclear power.


Australia’s waste and sterilisation of coal and oil shale resources is also an international disgrace.

Solid hydro-carbon resources are very concentrated stores of value but cannot be used without temporarily disturbing other resources such as soils, vegetation and stored water.


Freehold land rights throughout the British Commonwealth once included mineral rights, and there was no conflict between landowners and miners.

Sadly, avaricious governments stole those rights, and the royalties that once went to free-holders now go to governments.

This separation of surface rights from underground rights is the source of continual conflict. Greens then harnessed landowner resentment into anti-mining crusades.


Expanding national parks and heritage areas has been a powerful green tool to prevent exploration and sterilise coal and oil shale resources as have the destructive laws that give priority to coal seam gas, water or arable land resources.

Farms can be generously compensated to relocate, forests can be replanted, top soils can be set aside or re-created and water and gas can be extracted prior to mining.

But solid mineral and energy resources can only be mined or sterilised. All past civilisations have recognised this resource imperative.


Australia’s oil and gas resources are largely untested. There was great excitement and headline news in the past when oil/gas was discovered in places like Moonie, Barrow Island, Bass Straight and the Timor Sea.

Alas, those exciting days are gone and oil exploration is being slowly killed by green bans, enquiries and the application of death-by-delay to every stage of the process.


Fracking has opened up huge shale-oil and gas resources in USA. We can be sure that China, Russia, India and Brazil will soon follow. But of course it is banned in Australia.


The EU drives the war on hydro-carbon energy. But France can afford to despise carbon energy – they have nuclear power. As can Scandinavia and many other countries with hydro power and Iceland with geo-thermal power.

Germany is a green energy poster child – but it is German coal, French nuclear, Scandinavian hydro and Russian gas that keep the lights and heaters burning in Germany.

Even the green-EU gets over 70% of its electricity from nuclear and hydrocarbons and about 17% from hydro.

Chooz Nuclear Power (That’s not a typo, it’s the name of the powerstation in the beautiful Ardennes which produces a massive 3000MW – plus some steam )

No country on Earth can rely entirely on wind and solar power but silly resource-rich Australia is going to try – all in a futile attempt to control global temperature.


Scattered tribes of aborigines once occupied Australia without using the coal, oil, gas or uranium beneath their feet.

They mined stone tools and ochres and burned a lot of hydro-carbon fuel (biomass) to clear undergrowth, promote grass, fight enemies, trap and roast wildlife and warm their gunyahs.

Australia’s Mega Fauna became extinct on their watch probably unable to cope with aboriginal spears, fires and dingos plus stressful climate changes. Aboriginal fires produced heaps of CO2 and aerial pollution, but they created vast grasslands supporting kangaroos, emus, bustards, parrots and finches.

The first Australians invented the barbecue long before Paul Hogan got here

History shows that a much smaller population could indeed survive in Australia without using mineral hydrocarbons, but life with zero man-made emissions would be grim.


And, as our aborigines discovered, if we do not use Australia’s resources, someone else will.

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“The legality of the UK seizure of a tanker heading for Syria with oil from Iran intrigues me. One refers to EU sanctions against Syria, but Iran is not a member of the EU. And the EU as a principle doesn’t impose its sanctions on others. That’s what the US does.” ………..Farther afield, Australia has also fielded a request from Washington described as “serious and complex”, one that would see oil shipments from Iranian incursions being protected. Australian Defence Minister Linda Reynolds has not been exactly forthcoming in any way on what qualifies the request as complex and serious, though,… Read more »

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There’s the cliff Rosanna, go join the other lemmings.

Radar
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The bleeding hearts will want this mob here no doubt….https://www.9news.com.au/world/millions-in-zimbabwe-facing-starvation-after-severe-droughts-un-says-world-news/f5317d8d-df66-4c36-b74d-fbea5766577b
If these black bastards spent as much time growing food ,as they do murdering white folks and other tribes they would have no bloody problems.

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?itok=2Dg7JKHf Someone did not want to be taxed. In a bizarre incident that has left the police with no leads, an explosion ripped through Denmark’s national tax agency late Tuesday. Though nobody was seriously injured (one passerby was hit by flying degree and sustained minor injuries), Danish police are baffled why anybody would want to destroy the tax agency in a country that boasts one of the heaviest tax rates in the OECD. Tax revenue made up 45% of Danish gross domestic product in 2018, with most of the money going to finance the country’s “prized” welfare state, including free… Read more »

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The British trend is very encouraging, data is from

https://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-48711649

for the period Jan to May 2019

BIOMASS …..5%
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NON CARBON
Imports …….6%
Nuclear………18%
Renewables……….24%
Total………….48%
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CARBON
Imports……..3%
Coal………….3%
Gas…………..41%
Total…………47%

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The absence of nuclear power stations in Australia is absolutely nothing to do with the environment. During the Cold War, the Labor Party and the Unions sent their members to the Patrice Lamumba “Friendship” University in Russia to be fully educated in Communism. The Cold War was a nuclear arms race, and the Labor Party and the Unions believed that any nuclear projects in Australia would help the US and the Free World as it was then called, and so nuclear was a dirty word. One notable alumnus of the Lamumba University was the arch Communist, Clyde Cameron, ex Minister… Read more »

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White Derangement Syndrome. It’s a tragic condition — all the more for the harm it inflicts upon others, upon wider society, not just sufferers themselves. It appears to be primarily congenital, where due to genetically predisposing factors, some of its victims are more susceptible to developing the malady than others. A complete cure remains elusive.

Thankfully, most have robust, complete immunity to WDS — although there’s no doubting it has a contagious element. Its sufferers invariably develop TDS (Trump Derangement Syndrome) as well — compounding their own, and others misery 🤕😱🤒

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Anyone else see the videos of the stampede in Times Square after a motorcycle backfired? The country has PTSD. 😳

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Fired Up: Recent Ridiculous PsyOp Shootings (8-6-19)

Tonight Sinead talks about the recent psy ops. how the father of one of the “shooters” is tied to John of God, a Brazilian child trafficker, and plays some crisis actor clips and awards the best crisis actor award.

http://www.renegadebroadcasting.com/fired-up-recent-ridiculous-psyop-shootings-8-6-19/

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A HYPOTHETICAL.

If Australia were divided in two and a huge wall was erected between the two parts .. and all the Leftists and Greens were to live in one part .. and all the Conservatives in the other part …

What would happen ?

Which side in time would be finding ways of getting under or over the wall to the other side to escape the hell they were in ?

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Government killing their own population through their Bloody bastadry and Agenda’s…..Build the coal fired power stations so people can keep warm,…..FFS…..You sell the Coal to other countries so their people can get cheap reliable electricity…But F^ck your own Countrymen over without a care…..
Family poison themselves after using BBQ coals to warm home..
https://www.9news.com.au/national/sydney-news-cabramatta-family-carbon-monoxide-poisoning/caa3f7d0-1c56-40ec-910d-92e75fd57835

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Some posters here espouse the view that the Chinese should be given control of the country because they would utilise our energy resources more efficiently. That is no doubt true, but one doesn’t cede our country to the Asians or anyone else. That is what the War in the Pacific in which many Australians died was all about. Australia was founded as a white nation and that is how it should always be. Try Chatswood with scarcely a white face. It is known as treason.

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”carbon credit” “Renewable energy at the expense of Coal/Gas/Nuclear”is rich businessman’s new code for “Pyramid scheme”……You invent a currency, then force people to buy it out of fear, or greed……..And as per usual, those at the bottom of the food chain get screwed, and those at the top, get richer……..but that is just my humble observation…

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Statute law is Admiralty law/The Law of the Sea, governments are in reality pirates.

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What could be more idiotic than fragmenting the production and distribution of an essential resource and then limiting the supply? Who would start, or expand, a business in a place with limited power and water supply? Australia is in the thrall of “climate change” madness, the base cause of our stupidity.

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Tim is still fishing for racists i see

Apply now for one of our International Fellowships. Work with Prof. Tim Soutphommasane and Dr David Smith to respond in new ways to resurgent racism:

Welcome to woke central!

Where institutionalized activists impart their knack for finding hatred & division in the community that only existed on Twitter previously!

Wear a lab coat & learn new ways to blow a council budget on radical Left irrelevancies instead of recycling!

https://twitter.com/SSSHARC/status/1156053004484657152

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There is a pic today of David and Victoria Beckham showing the great man tattooed from head to foot, probably even up to the tip of his [ahem]. What a bogan. When I was a lad at school eons ago, Brother O’Donahue told us that he hoped he would never see any of us sporting tattoos, and I have never forgotten that. Now we even have tattooed rug munchers playing AFL and cricket. All part of the NWO infiltration commenced by the Marxists and their predecessors following the French Revolution.

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courier mail…..One in four solar panel installations faulty

Exclusive As home solar panels boom to a new record, complaints about dodgy installations are soaring. And fraudsters are also taking advantage of the government’s subsidy scheme.

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Politics at its most arrogant and self preserving demonstrated by Qld politicians. The Government is under severe pressure concerning ethical actions that appear to benefit the participants. So what does the Government do, drag out an emotive issue and up the ante. The light rail from Broadbeach to Burleigh was proposed and lingers due to lack of finance by both the State and Federal Governments. The State government in a cynical move has promised to fully finance its share, leaving the Feds as the hold outs. There is some thought on the coast that do not want it extended and… Read more »

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#IrenaSendler hides
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Thank You #Irena For
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https://twitter.com/AlwaysActions/status/1158941942241288192

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Does Tasmania with a population of 500000 really need 12 Senators, 35 Lower House politicians, layers of local councils and swarms of Govt workers to run the show..I think not

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I’m all for so called ‘clean energy’ but I’m not ok with the general population getting squeezed into more debt to do it, while the usual suspects get rich and virtue signal about it.

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TRUMPS NEW P.A. The lad has good taste.

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Beautiful photo !

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Watching the Greek news on SBS, Looks like something serious going on in a small settlement on the coast, Any body speak, Greek,whats going on there ?

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I just had a little worrying thought…Just think about the Personal Greed our Politicians thrive upon, and their personal involvement in Wind/Solar, and why their investments do better when Coal/Gas and Nuclear are effectively Banned from being promoted and leaving just enough to keep power prices high, and the associated GST revenue that flows from that……Looking at the Big picture and the Sneaky way these pricks operate….. They don’t want to be “Seen” to be the bad guys and are always looking for a fall guy to blame as to why they can’t Promote our Clean Coal,Gas and Nuclear, and… Read more »

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I don’t know who this bint is, never heard of her but she a damn lying fool lefty that wants to infect the minds of the young girls and fagnets who go to her shows. The snowflakery of hypnotised generation.

So much shame, oh well, I guess she knows what she has to do.

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I’m sorry I was born white and privileged. It disgusts me. And I feel so much shame.

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A wake-up call for Canberra
PNG’s approach to China for debt relief sends a loud message that Australia needs to do more for our northern neighbour.

Micky C
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New memos detail George Soros’ secret access to Obama State Department during 2016 election

https://twitter.com/jsolomonReports/status/1159229971031871488

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A socialist mind at work. The people have nothing to do with success.

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Bkengineering says its fine for China to own what it wants in australia including Ports land ,etc they are no problem but secretary of state is Mike Pompeo does not hold that view a lot of Australians are waking up , every container that goes out of China is another nail in a country coffin , PNG is now going to borrow money from China and it will have large strings attached a Port or too maybe a airfield down the track

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Our politicians don’t give two knobs of goat shit about the economy or our well being, a nice warm seat in parliament and the attached perks is all they care about.

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The PM should have a look at what this prick Soros is up to in Australia, especially GetUp money sources, and interference in our elections i.e. GetUp interference in Tony Abbotts old electorate. Soros is arguably one of the largest, most influential donors of his generation, giving away as much as $1 billion a year to nonprofit and political causes and leaving an indelible imprint on policy positions of liberals worldwide. His reach and influence range from two dozen prosecutors he helped to elect in the United States, to fellows he helped train at the State Department, to global media… Read more »

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I read that some PLA representatives paid a late night call on some of those HK protestors (UQ protest)

CHINA IS A DANGEROUS THREAT … A MENACE

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This forms the basis for the the socialist education coarse 101——-

Gentle Jack
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Turnbull talking up wind and solar power

Why?

Those bastards are making millions out of it ..

RENT-SEEKERS …

Billy B
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Good news Viv
Britain is using about 3% coal generated electricity- has gone 12 days stretches without using any, and the U.K. will shutter the last few pollution machines in 2026

Now that is worth publicizing to you international audience
You could include that in Trump’s USA they too are using less domestic thermal coal,and seem unlikely to build any new coal generators
These facts are missing from your posts , WHY?

Gentle Jack
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BRITISH PEOPLE SOLD OUT BY THEIR OWN POLICE

UK’s Top Counter Terrorism Officer: Muslims Should Not Feel They Have to ‘Assimilate’

https://www.breitbart.com/europe/2019/08/07/uk-top-counter-terrorism-officer-muslims-should-not-feel-have-assimilate/

MOSLEM FILTH WILL NEVER LIVE PEACEFULLY

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It’s time to rid Australia of politicians and replace them with a benevolent dictator .

Rinaldo
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http://www.austlii.edu.au/au/other/dfat/treaties/1994/2.html

UN Climate change treaty ratified by Australia 1994

Billy B
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Thanks Mr TRUMP – but NO THANK YOU ******************************************************** 4 Automakers Strike Emissions Deal With California, Steering Clear From Trump’s Pro-Pollution Agenda *************************************************** Four automakers from three different continents have struck a deal with California and agreed to adhere to the state’s stricter emissions standards, undercutting one of the Trump administration’s environmental regulatory rollbacks, according to The New York Times. The agreement between the California Air Resources Board and Ford, Honda, Volkswagen and BMW of North America followed weeks of secret negotiations. The four automakers agreed to a fleet average of 51 mpg for light-duty vehicles by the 2026 model… Read more »

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http://sustainabledevelopment.un.org/index.php?menu=1298 Climate change 190. We reaffirm that climate change is one of the greatest challenges of our time, and we express profound alarm that emissions of greenhouse gases continue to rise globally. We are deeply concerned that all countries, particularly developing countries, are vulnerable to the adverse impacts of climate change, and are already experiencing increased impacts, including persistent drought and extreme weather events, sea-level rise, coastal erosion and ocean acidification, further threatening food security and efforts to eradicate poverty and achieve sustainable development. In this regard we emphasize that adaptation to climate change represents an immediate and urgent global… Read more »

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ejada
Enyaw
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Enyaw

When..Oh.When are we going to get Federal Govt. with at least 51% of people with basic commonsense ..When..?

Bkengineering
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Post WW2 nation building and economic progress and then Whitlam Labor.

And today The Lucky Country is still surviving despite the politicians.

Climate change hoax, renewable energy debacle, Agenda 21/30 Sustainability, and much more.

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pelican

its now cheaper for Australia to import its own gas and coal after exporting it to China or Japan..thanks to completely corrupt politicians from the 4 major parties..Libs, ALP Greens and Nats…now what the chances that these four parties are owned and run by the same crowd..100%..as we saw last week when Getup declared demanding that Fraudenberg should meet the requirements of the Australian Constitution in order to be in Parliament..which Getup and Molochs Jew News declared was unfair and stupid..or as Turd would say ‘ remember the Holocaust’..yes..of course it was…we’re being gamed every which way, and no-one is… Read more »

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There are currently legal actions pending as a result of the damages inflicted on the electricity distribution network by the unreliables in South Australia.

How much longer must we suffer these green fools?

Flysa
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Flysa

And the someone who will use our resources are the Chinks.

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