IR, energy bungling puts brakes on growthGARY BANKSThe issues that most concern me in thinking about Australia’s need for reform are not the external developments that seem to get most attention, like the prospect of global recession or resurgent protectionism, or even the “climate emergency”, as it is now called. The biggest challenges are ones … Continue reading Gary Banks Nails It
Net Zero Impossible
Emission impossible: net zero emissions is a toxic fantasy The Australian - Greg Sheridan - February 4, 2023 “In all this stuff, we live by lying now. We tell ourselves lies and we know we’re lying to ourselves.” – Senator Matt Canavan, former minister for resources “We instead continue to participate in the fantasy of … Continue reading Net Zero Impossible
Henry Ergas: Voice to entrench racial separatism We are not responsible for the Australia of the past; we are responsible for that of the future. As we celebrate this Australia Day weekend, nothing more starkly engages that responsibility than the proposed changes to the Constitution. That is all the truer because the proposed voice cuts … Continue reading The Voice
Blog Log-21.01.23 – 27.01.23
On Saturday,21st January,2023 I headed down the Hume Hwy to Melbourne for my elder sister Helen’s Memorial Service and ashes burial. It was the first time I had driven to Melbourne for something like 40 years! Enroute I stayed with former Clyde Station Managers Tony and Michelle McManus at their great new Station Management position … Continue reading Blog Log-21.01.23 – 27.01.23
I suggest that the concentration on "The Voice" by the Federal Government is a device to get attention away from the energy crisis facing Australia and the failure of the Government's disastrous energy policy. We are one nation. All of our diverse ethnic peoples are well represented in our existing parliaments and institutions. We need … Continue reading Current Issues
Economics v Ideology
21st.December,2022 Message To NSW Parliamentarians As we understand it, the legislation to go before the NSW Parliament today accepts Commonwealth funding to pursue an energy policy of future reliance on solar and wind generated electricity. This is being promoted notwithstanding experience in Europe, particularly Germany, that such a policy, at the existing and foreseeable state … Continue reading Economics v Ideology
It Says it All
What the Hell is Wrong With Us?
As Europe including the UK and particularly Germany, race back to coal,gas and nuclear (uranium) because they have found that wind and solar alone cannot do the job of consistently providing electricity, we are charging down the same failed path.
‘Welcome To Country’
‘Welcome To Country’ As I flew into Sydney yesterday and the Qantas pilot read his ‘virtue signalling’ announcement, I was imagining what I would like to add. Perhaps- “We would also like to pay our respects to the early European navigators,explorers and settlers, who together with the indigenous peoples and immigrants from all around the … Continue reading ‘Welcome To Country’
A Test of Values-Great Journalism-From “The Australian”.
to: TURNING A BLIND EYE TO EVIL ALAN HOWE Every black-hearted despot has needed his useful idiots, and history’s tyrants seem never to run short of them. Vladimir Lenin had his sympathetic garrison of foreign correspondents prominently including John Reed, who wrote the book 10 Days That Shook The World, is buried in the Kremlin … Continue reading A Test of Values-Great Journalism-From “The Australian”.