Every living thing needs access to energy, food, light and warmth. But the UN is plotting to limit our access to energy. A study of human history shows what a grave threat this poses to all of us.
Sometimes, important moments in history can go by almost unnoticed. The Gettysburg address for instance, was barely remarked upon when it was delivered and when a young Austrian by the name of Adolf Hitler had a dust up in a beer hall, few people paid attention.
Sixty-one prominent Australians, including rugby union's David Pocock and Nobel Prize-winning scientist Peter Doherty, and Lefty public servant and Climate Change Authoritarian, Bernie Fraser, wrote a letter to the Sydney Morning Herald calling for a moratorium on coal exports, saying our coal contributes to global warming.
“Demoralise the enemy from within by surprise, terror, sabotage, assassination. This is the war of the future and the victor will never be asked if he lied!” Who said that? ISIS leader, Abu Bakr al Baghdadi perhaps? Maybe Pol Pot or Stalin? Nope.
IT'S all very well being all inclusive, multi-cultural, multi-faith and all that, as long as you’re not hugging a bearded bloke holding a knife behind his back ready to use it when you’re least suspecting it.
For each layer of abuse the Royal Commission peels back, there’s yet another more horrific layer ready to unfold... but the Commission is not game to go there. For instance, I reported here a couple of years back about where Qld’s 35th premier, Rob “Bubbles” Borbidge, fits into the gallery of paedophile rogues.
Red bandana, Fitzsumbugger, believes the woman who claims she was raped in a Nauru detention centre, and therefore wanted an abortion, should automatically be believed.
I didn’t have high expectations when I tuned in to the ABC’s 7.30 Report the other night. Lucky really because I don’t deal well with disappointment.
In the late 90s Gillard passed Bill Shorten the baton and he simply carried on with the AWU corruption that had been running rampant for 20 years that we know of. Media’s failure to address Julia Gillard and her boyfriend’s AWU fraud led Shorten to believe he would also be safe from investigation.
"I'll be characterised as that scumbag, crook, fraudster, and at the very best, somebody who's been bewitched by an evil harridan, namely Kathy ... that I'm cunt-struck and that I have been utterly taken in by somebody who's a serious crook," Michael Lawler (pictured) told the ABC who, for the first time, did not bleep the “C” bomb.
A rich bloke should never be envied. The happiest times are had when you’re broke, only then are you completely free to embark on whatever venture you want without the restrictive ever-present managers, lawyers and hangers-on that limit imagination, growth and time with the family.
BILL Shorten's decision to play the class envy card last week magnified the hollowness of the opposition leader. Shorten doesn’t have class envy but that doesn’t mean he won’t have a go at playing the dud cards of jealousy, resentment and covetousness for all they're worth. Or not worth.
Only last year Syria’s President Bashar Assad was democratically elected to office. He stood against two other credible candidates and gained a clear majority.
Greg Norman once said, “If I park my new Ferrari anywhere in LA, I get kids asking if they can wash it for me. When I park it in Melbourne I get kids who want to run coins down the side of it.” And there my friends, is the politics of jealousy. And there too rests the small minds of Labor luminaries.