Willary Clitman had a nice lunch in Melbourne, and fun too:
“Climate Change, the greatest challenge of our time..”
Ms Clinton, in a bright peach pantsuit, and Ms Gillard, wearing power black, turned heads when they later strolled along the banks of the Yarra River flanked by a large security detail.
By early afternoon, the pair was inspecting Australia’s greenest building, where they announced a joint research initiative to bring down the cost of solar power.
“We just had a wonderful lunch and, speaking for myself, I’m still relishing the break in the schedule and having fun in Melbourne,” Ms Clinton told reporters at the announcement.
The former first lady said no single country could address the challenges of climate change alone and she could not imagine a better partner than Australia for building a “green, clean and prosperous future”. (Courier Mail)
When your own side says it, it suddenly makes sense –Andrew Bolt exposes -once again- the awesome hypocrisy of Â the left.
Born here, but not Australian
Multiculturalism and high immigration is succeeding in dividing us into a nation of tribes, and all that the mulculturalists can now say is “don’t panic”:
ABDUL SKAF loves the beach, camping and the Canterbury Bulldogs, and he wants to be a police officer…But like many young people from immigrant backgrounds he finds it hard to call himself Australian…
“If someone asks me my nationality, I’m Lebanese,” he said…
A study of 339 young people aged 14 to 17 who live in Sydney’s west and south-west suburbs found only one-third of them called themselves Australian even though two-thirds were born here. Â (Andrew Bolt)
Wrong Turn: Â 3 Israelis, 1 Australian almost lynched in Jerusalem
‘Dozens of young men began throwing stones and sticks at us. It was a well-planned ambush,’ driver recounts
Three students from the central city of Givatayim and their Australian friend will never forget their nightly drive to Jerusalem’s city center. The three, who picked up the young woman from the Hebrew University’s Mount Scopus campus, almost paid with their lives after taking a wrong turn. Â (Y-net News)