THE SUNDAY SCHOOL PAIR IS NOT AFTER TURNBULL… well, not just yet
Four-time Walkley Award winning political commentator and Churchill Fellow, has returned to the fray over concern that the integrity of news dissemination is continually being threatened by a partisan media.
The Monash movement is borne of frustration over a leader who either doesn’t understand our energy predicament or should be a paid-up Greenie. As said here a few weeks back, "Barnaby can now go buy a beer for Abbott and plan the eventual downfall of Turnbull". I believe that is what he has done.
But Turnbull is doing quite okay by himself when it comes to his own demise because his understanding of our energy crisis is woeful. And his offsider, Friedanegg, leaves you breathless and slapping your forehead when he says, “AGL has a fiduciary duty to sell Liddell power station”…. Really Josh?
The truth is that AGL has a fiduciary duty to blow the thing up because this, and former governments, are making AGL shareholders rich with Green power subsidies, and at the expense of struggling householders.
Meanwhile Morrison has had a chat to his God and got permission to dance with these dickheads.
There is a very good fiduciary reason why companies like AGL want their ageing power stations blown up… they are serious competition to subsidised windmills and solar panels.
As with most major fuckups it all began with Rudd/Gillard/Rudd and their quasi Green coalition.
When the Greens’ foremost unabashed Communist, Lee Rhiannon, declared coal was “dead” we all laughed and ignored her.
But Gillard didn’t laugh, she set aside a borrowed $10 billion of our uncollected taxes in a “renewable energy” fund to make it unprofitable for power companies to continue providing us with cheap clean coal. So, fiduciarily-responsible companies jumped at the chance to make easy money without lifting a bloody shovel.
The problem now is that, after screwing with the energy market for solely ideological reasons, neither our power companies nor our opportunistic banks want a bar of our clean coal.
So little Miss Rhiannon assisted the despicable Gillard to win a major role in destroying Australia’s coal assets, which is all they both (and now Turnbull, Friedanegg and, it appears Morrison) ever wanted.
Who the hell do those three apes think is paying for their wasted, visually polluting, noisy windmills and fraudulent solar panels? Could the answer possibly be in our insurmountable quarterly power bills? I mean naturally these politicians don’t notice any impost on their bloated pay packets!
The lights and air conditioners are all left on at Point Piper, the local synagogue, and the Hillsong hall.
The Monash mob don’t yet have the numbers to reverse this Green madness, otherwise they would have already rolled the traitorous bastard. Abbott is not fighting for the leadership, he is fighting for the rebirth of a defunct Liberal Party and he is gathering the numbers rapidly.
The smug Stick Insect has sharpened her nails and looking to grab the reins in a spill to sell Australia out to the UN and assure herself of a wealthy retirement in New York with Mr Wonderful.
The economic damage that renewable subsidies are doing is utterly intentional, they are designed to force power companies out of coal, for no reason other than to support the fraudulent UN global warming ideology.
I guess there is always Turnbull's bullshit Snowy 2.0. Hmmm, that little up-hill down-dale nonsense was dismissed as an economic thought bubble back in 1985. It reminds me of the Grand Old Duke of York because nothing has changed and Turnbull is desperate for a monument to himself, no matter what the cost or feasability.
Unless the Monash Mob can reverse this insanity (hopefully with the help of the NATs) Australia is headed toward Keating’s banana republic.
You see, for all the destruction the UN’s International Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has wreaked on economies, renewables still only account for ONE PER CENT (yep 1%) of total power usage and that percentage is diminishing as China and India continue to open one brand new coal-fired power station every single week with only Australia able to supply the necessary clean coal to fire them up.
These economy destroying, ideological, costs haven't moved the globe's temperature one iota. "Oh, but renewables are becoming more sustainable", says Josh, who has forgotten to change hands.
But there is an even more serious calamity than Josh looming:
The thousands of hideous, land- and seascape-destroying wind turbines are nearing their use-by dates. They have a maximum life of around 12 years and are uneconomic to repair and the depleted renewable subsidies kitty won’t cover any new ones.
Those, like me, who fell for the solar panel scam, are not prepared to risk life and limb scaling rooftops each month to clean the soot and grime from panels that have an ever-diminishing effect on gathering the sun’s energy, and that’s only when the sun is out.
The power companies won’t help, they keep stealing what little the panels produce and continue to charge their outrageous guesstimate bills regardless!
So, the cost of building and subsidising these mostly ineffective windmills (anywhere between $2 million and $5 million each) will no longer be met by broke governments nor broke taxpayers and governments won’t pay to dismantle them and dump them as reefs in the ocean because it would be too costly and a visible aquatic monument to their own blind stupidity.
Forget the 30 losing polls! There are far more plausible reasons to get rid of this jerk and his treacherous Stick Insect.
As said here six weeks ago… the movement is on!