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Australia is the Greatest Global Carbon Patsy– Is Scott Morrison the worst negotiator on Earth?

What’s the definition of The Greatest Global Pushover in the world?  How about the nation that is often the worlds top exporter of coal and fifth biggest for gas, with the biggest distances, the lowest population density, fastest population growth, in a land where electricity prices have doubled, but which has already cut emissions by a staggering 46% each while adding more renewable energy per capita than any nation on Earth. Yet we worry about being “left behind” or called a pariah?

Also from JoAnn Nova:

If climate scientists knew how the climate worked they wouldn’t need junk keyword surveys, they’d just predict the climate instead.

And they wouldn’t keep cooling the past, deleting their emails, their data and their prophecies of doom.

99% of scientists “believe” because the others got sacked

U.N. Warns of Global ‘Famine, Chaos, Terrorism and… War’ if COP26 Climate Summit Fails

Globalists Go full Greta

Deal at U.N. Climate Summit–Or World War!

Prince Charles Claims There Is a ‘Dangerously Narrow’ Window to Tackle Climate Change

…Elites Break out Doomsday Clock… Again⏳

Nationals back policy ‘they know is wrong’ 🤠
The National Party has backed net-zero by 2050 despite putting up a huge fight, which means a large proportion of their party room thought it was wrong and now they’re just going to do the wrong thing.
They’re going to bend the knee and go with it, destroying what little credibility they had left.
They went to the last election opposing this strongly and now, three years later they’re going along with it.
Before cheering for net-zero, every Australian must understand the concept that to buy something from overseas you must sell something.
The only things that we produce of significance are coal, iron-ore, copper, zinc and aluminium.
Everything else is very small by comparison. Now, you’re going to wipe out coal – unless you’re lying of course. And by doing so, you will also ban these other metals because they must be smelted with coal. It would be ridiculously costly to smelt it any other way.
My own thoughts are that the LNP and ALP are lying through their feet about net-zero and won’t be game enough to bankrupt the country. We need coal for our prosperity.
Closing Australia’s coal industry would pose significant problems for Australia’s relationships with the rest of Asia.
Do we really think we can tell India that they can’t have any of our coal, and that 600 million of their poorest people have to use the ridiculously expensive solar technology?
I hope the PM can convince the Chinese to give us the solar panels for free because we won’t have any money to pay for it. They currently produce most of the solar panels, so we will be effectively handing over what’s left of our electricity system to a foreign power.
I am not opposed to some pullback in emissions. I am not a climate denier, I have never been a climate denier.
In 200 years, fossil fuels will have run out and there will be no alternative but to go into nuclear energy. Forget about everything else. We aren’t going to kill every bird with those wind turbines, and we aren’t going to cover the place in glass. When you smelt silicone dioxide to create solar panels you burn up huge amounts of fuel (coal).
The Crossbenchers and I are proposing a Sovereign Fuel Security Bill which will massively reduce the CO2 footprint: however, the main purpose is to give us fuel self-sufficiency.
The legislation will prevent the export of Australia’s indigenous oil supply which will increase our refining capacity here.
It will mandate that Government cars driven by public servants in the metropolitan areas be electric vehicles that are made in Australia.
The Bill will require all of Australia’s waste to be recycled into petrol and diesel using pyrolysis, as is currently being done by Southern Oils in Wagga Wagga and Gladstone.
And there will be a renewable fuel mandate which will include ethanol produced by Australia’s sugar and grain farmers, and algae technology.


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