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The Parisites — Whole new breeds of parasitical creatures are gorging themselves on climate change — The Spectator

The Parisites — Whole new breeds of parasitical creatures are gorging themselves on climate change — The Spectator

Finkel was asked in June 2017, what difference would it make to the climate if Australia, with CO2 emissions of less than 1.5 per cent of global total, somehow managed to stop emitting 100 per cent of its carbon dioxide. ‘Virtually nothing,’ he admitted --- Such a Parisite is slave to groupthink pressure, feigns principles but shuns evidence-based policy formulation, supports government largesse that appeals to Parisites Plebeian and Academus, lacks courage and fails the nation.
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Welcome to Queensland where farmers are sacrificed at the altar of Gaia and Green ideology for inner city votes

This is all about shoring up inner city Brisbane seats and harvesting Green votes for Labor. That is, farmers being sacrificed at the altar of Gaia and Green ideology. The Chief Scientist, Dr Bill Burrows who prepared the report for the Queensland government arrived at the conclusion which was the exact opposite of what the government wanted the report to say so the government is proceeding on it’s predetermined course regardless of the damage done with no compensation.
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Random Note — This is nothing to do with bogus claims of distress or sadness. It’s about raw power

Random Note — This is nothing to do with bogus claims of distress or sadness. It’s about raw power

If Melbourne Museum is prepared to fall for this bogus dictate from aboriginal elites why not simply run a trigger warning (as they do on television) outside the enclosed area to the effect that this program/exhibit features nudity, violence and drug references and human remains --- So a few aboriginals in 21st century who are are a gazillion light years away from and have no connection at all to marauding Vikings from the 8th century of the Northern hemisphere are dictating what will be on display at a public museum in Melbourne in 2018 on the fraudulent claim that it will cause distress and sadness.
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Random Note — Education — Reports, Reviews, Overhauls and Blueprints. We’ve seen this movie before

The inter-generational March Through the Institutions and ideological guerrilla war undermining education has been raging for 40 or 50 years and is all but over with perhaps a few pockets of resistance. Check this list below of overhauls, reviews and blueprints over the last 20 years and think about all the money thrown at the problem, think about the jargon, the cliches and ministerial and talking head blather and tell me what’s changed other than that Australia has gone even further backwards.
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Even the work experience kid at Liberal Party HQ could make a brilliant (and cheap) election ad out of this

This is confirmation that Labor has gone rogue. Gone right off the reservation and is no longer either the Labor Party or The Labour Party. "..Mentions of “intersex” occur 63 times, ahead of those more esoteric concerns such as “wealth” (61 times) and “inequality” (47). Whatever intersex means — or is — it’s also far more important than “ownership” (12 mentions), “production” (18) and “distribution” (10). That “bisexual” out-mentions “poverty”, 31 to 23, says it all... The light on the hill is now more like a strobe disco ball in a gay nightclub.."
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The Long March Continues — Revisionists see an Australia alien to so many of us, Nick Cater

The disfiguring of Captain James Cook’s statue with painted slogans in Sydney last year was not, after all, a criminal act of historical illiteracy, or so we’re being asked to believe. It was a gesture of resistance intended to re-balance the memorial landscape by challenging the cultural power of white Australia, according to historian Lisa Murray. The real vandals were the cleaners who removed it. “Should the graffiti have been removed?” asked Murray. “Is challenging the dominant historical narrative a legitimate part of the monument’s heritage? I ask again; should the graffiti have been removed?”
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Random Note, Idle thought — Government

For those not very good at joining dots or threading needles that is why we get the anti social behaviour on the streets that we do today.There’s no censure, opprobrium or deterrent
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