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Random Notes - Idle Thoughts

Random Note — The Ebola virus of the left

There’s something much more creepy, much more subtle, insidious and dangerous, in a rising damp kind of way, going on below the surface, pretty much unremarked, that should be of far, far greater cause for concern. That is, the total  hollowing out and takeover of most of our institutions over many decades.

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Random Note — Indigenous voice

What kind of democratic exercise would it be that doesn’t fund both sides of a referendum question. This entire push is one of the elites, by the elites and for the elites.

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Random Note -The Left Loves Chaos. A means to an end

Notice the way the left operates. They create chaos and then fight against the available options and where they can, deny the tools to do anything about it, creating a circular argument.   For example The Greens and climate catastrophists demand we do something...

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Random Note — Infrastructure

After twelve years of chaos and wheels spinning in the political mud, May 18 was not an excuse for the government to hit the snooze button, goof off, reset cruise control and get all relaxed and comfortable.

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An Aussie Moonscape, with fences, Greg Bearup — The Australian

This is as shocking as it is unnecessary. Not just the intensity of the drought, we’ve had them before, but because for as far back as I can remember, plans like the pre WW2, Bradfield scheme from 1938 for North Qld and in NSW, the 1980’s Beale plan for the mid north coast. But as we have come expect the inertia of an indolent, gormless, plodding political class, Liberal and Labor, state and federal has seen both plans come to nothing and rural and regional Australia come to this.

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