Four Priorities for Australia

Written by Viv Forbes

Firstly: Decimate the Foreign Green Snakes in the Grass. 
The climate/emissions obsession started with unelected foreigners in the UN and the IPCC who drafted deep green agendas to be imposed via elected Federal, State and Local governments.

Australia must immediately withdraw from the Lima/Paris/Kyoto agreements, reject the 2030 Agenda, and repeal all the green tape they spawned. This costly mess creates no measurable climate or environmental benefits.

Secondly: Build more Reliable Base-Load Power Stations. 
Green extremists want to destroy the carbon energy that powers our industries, supports our life style, funds our welfare and provides our jobs. They want to take us back to primitive green energy that can never support modern civilised life.

We have played with weather-dependent wind-solar toys for too long. They will never power an advanced economy, nor will they lift poor nations from poverty. And they provide no demonstrated benefits for the climate, the landscape or consumers. All taxes, subsidies and energy targets that prop up unreliable intermittent energy must be abolished.

Thirdly: Build More Dams and Weirs.
Much of our continent cycles between droughts and floods. Both problems have the same solution – catch and store flood waters. The oceans are never short of water, but our land often is.

Finally: Fight Fire with Fire.
Every dry season we lose homes, properties, livestock, parks and wildlife to massive bushfires. There is only one solution – copy aboriginals and graziers and use small, managed, early-season fires to remove flammable ground litter. This will require landowners and local fire-fighters (not urban greenies) to manage fuel-reduction burns.

We must fix these four issues. Stop draining Australian money to support foreign agendas and the bloated UN bureaucracy. Let’s help Australians instead.

Viv Forbes
Washpool   Qld Australia
0409 2777 94

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Comments (3)

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    John O'Sullivan


    Thanks Viv. We really appreciate all you do.

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    I agree with you Viv. A question I have is when did all these insidious UN ENvironmental protection agencies open in Australia. I think it was under Greg HUNT. but we’ve a always had a Dept for Environment so why the expensive duplication and the insidious encroachment of the UN into our nation.

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    Robert Beatty


    Several very good points raised here, so why are we in this pickle? These problems have been developing over several years. Our governments are locked in a fatal embrace with the UN, big industry, big unions, and the Green/ALP alliance. Malcolm Turnbull/LNP was/is a recent integral part of that alliance.
    Andrew Mackenzie Chief Executive Officer and Executive Director of BHP has a well known public stance on AGW – putting aside the inherent coal production hypocrisy, and his apparent physical influence given the demise of Brendan Pearson the ex Chief Executive of the Minerals Council of Australia over the MCA’s cautionary views on AGW.
    The big banks have also fallen into line following the public opprobrium they suffered at the hands of radical extremists – who only represent a small minority, but are well funded through mysterious sources.
    These arranged forces have proven much stronger than the many passionate advocates we currently see calling for a democratic/rational approach to maintaining a strong Australian economic future.
    To my mind, the best political solution is to introduce CIR. This is currently proposed by Advance Australia HQ who have done much ground work to establish a mechanism for its introduction. The hope is to develop a system of government in Australia similar to the Swiss system.

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