WHEN THE MINISTER DOES NOT MINISTER

By Ron Pike

It was the succinct Ronald Reagan who gave us the quote:

“A Government Department is the nearest thing to eternal life we will ever see on earth.”

This quote became very relevant to me in recent weeks as I have been discussing the failed Murray-Darling Basin Plan with several members of Parliament and specifically with advisors to Federal Water Minister, Keith Pitt. Continue reading “WHEN THE MINISTER DOES NOT MINISTER”

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change: The United Nation’s Trojan Horse at Work

By Dr. John Happs

“One of the saddest lessons of history is this: If we’ve been bamboozled long enough, we tend to reject any evidence of the bamboozle. We’re no longer interested in finding out the truth. The bamboozle has captured us. It’s simply too painful to acknowledge, even to ourselves, that we’ve been taken. Once you give a charlatan power over you, you almost never get it back.”

Carl Sagan : The Demon-Haunted World: Science as a Candle in the Dark.

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The Sneaky Covid War on Cash

The modern road to Mulberry Money, Shin Plaster and Cubic Currency.

Today’s world is awash with Fiat Money.

“Fiat” means “let it be so”.

Fiat money is token currency supplied and regulated by governments and central banks. Its value relies on a government decree that it alone must be used as “legal tender” in paying for anything in that country. Its value falls as its supply increases.


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Sowing the Seeds of Climate Corruption

By Dr. John Happs

“Searching for truth at the United Nations is like looking for kernels of wheat in a mountain of horse dung.”

Attributed to: “A playground for the vile and dangerous.” By Piers Akerman, Daily Telegraph, September 30, 2009)

https://www.icjs-online.org/indarch.php?article=2073

Perhaps Piers Akerman was a little harsh over his criticism of the United Nations (UN) although there is no doubt that current climate hysteria had its origins within that organisation. Continue reading “Sowing the Seeds of Climate Corruption”

The Green New Deal Dress Rehearsal

The Covid-19 lockdown as a blueprint for a permanent economic  shutdown to ‘save the Earth’

By Paul Driessen

More than 1.4 million cases of Wuhan Coronavirus and 106,000 deaths in the United States alone have accompanied stay-home lockdowns, businesses bankruptcies, over 40 million unemployed workers, plummeting tax revenues and unprecedented debt. Ongoing rioting, vandalism, arson and looting are compounding problems for many cities and minority communities.

But where many see disaster, others see opportunity. Some want to use the crises to enact laws and welfare programs they could never get otherwise. More ambitious activists see the lockdown as a blueprint or dress rehearsal for a total energy, economic and lifestyle transformation to “save the planet.” If three months of Covid lockdowns can reduce fuel use and greenhouse gas emissions, they argue, permanent fossil fuel bans are possible, essential and should be undertaken immediately. Continue reading “The Green New Deal Dress Rehearsal”

No Sign that Extreme Weather Events are Getting Worse

London, 4 June: A new review of the scientific literature on extreme weather events published today by the Global Warming Policy Foundation (GWPF) confirms what IPCC assessment reports have concluded: There is little evidence of any significant changes in most indices. Continue reading “No Sign that Extreme Weather Events are Getting Worse”

Thought Bubbles from Canberra – more useless energy policies

By Viv Forbes

The Australian Minister for Promoting Useless Energy thinks that hydrogen fuel, carbon capture and storage, soil carbon and biofuels are priorities for energy policy and greenhouse gas reduction.

If that’s the best our leaders can come up with, Australia should have voted Green last election to speed the inevitable recession and blackouts that will eventually kill this tsunami of energy nonsense.

Pixabay : https://pixabay.com/photos/soap-bubbles-bubbles-fun-colors-83758/

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Sawmills Save the World

By Allen Horrell

The Nationals oppose the idea of planting more trees to reduce our Carbon emissions. Their objection is that subsidised tree planting will consume arable farms and threaten food security for Australia. It’s a fair point.

So, if we think carbon dioxide is bad and we want to reduce it, we can either reduce our output or lock more carbon away in carbon sinks, where it cannot get back into the atmosphere. Continue reading “Sawmills Save the World”

German officials threaten Naomi Seibt with prison for “denialism”

By Christopher Monckton of Brenchley

18 May 2020

The response to our appeal for Naomi Seibt has been splendid – but more of us need to help her, because the State Media Authority in North Rhine Westphalia, in the hope of interfering with Naomi’s right to post YouTube videos critical of the Party Line on climate, have menaced her not only with two enormous fines and two sets of costs but also with prison.

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Locks and Chains, Hobbles and Handcuffs

By Viv Forbes

The Lockdown Depression is rushing towards us. Many in politics, media and industry are digging the hole deeper, some through panic and ignorance, others cynically pushing anti-industry agendas or serving vested interests.

We will never rebuild our industries and jobs with locks, chains, hobbles, handcuffs or handouts. We need to recognise the realities of history, geography, geology and economics. Continue reading “Locks and Chains, Hobbles and Handcuffs”