Wednesday 30th of July 2014

the ghosts of religion in a secular political world...

new norcia

New Norcia. 

 

The Bishop of the Australian Defence Force has been charged with a sex offence dating back to 1969.

the old 240 volt jolt trick ....

the old 240 volt jolt trick .....

If you are interested in understanding the great crimes being perpetrated against consumers by the electricity sector in Australia, listen to Jess Hill’s fantastic program on Background Briefing (link below) … don’t overlook the audio content.

If you think “Conbank” is a worry, they are pussies compared to these crooks & their political enablers from both sides of politics.

the interface of uncertainty...

interface

“The sciences do not try to explain, they hardly even try to interpret, they mainly make models. By a model is meant a mathematical construct which, with the addition of certain verbal interpretations, describes observed phenomena. The justification of such a mathematical construct is solely and precisely that it is expected to work - that is correctly to describe phenomena from a reasonably wide area. Furthermore, it must satisfy certain esthetic criteria - that is, in relation to how much it describes, it must be rather simple.”

trickster, con-artist, liar, switcharoola-man theatrics...

trickster

The purpose of Palmer's "CONservationist" "CONversion" is to distract people from the main game: ELIMINATE THE WELL-PERFORMING CARBON PRICING for Abbott to claim victory on the repeal of the "carbon tax". NOTHING ELSE. 

anthony and ginapatra...

ginapatra

The Prime Minister has used the Federal Liberal Council meeting to take a step closer to handing more power to the states.

Tony Abbott says the federation has great strengths but they are combined with buck passing, duplication, waste and inefficiency.

the art of not digging .....

the art of not diggings .....

Brandis digs himself a hole on Israel, so Abbott hands him a shovel …..

on message...

on message

Extraordinary film footage has emerged of Australian immigration minister Scott Morrison directly threatening asylum seekers detained in Australia’s offshore detention centres in Papua New Guinea and Nauru to return to the countries they have fled from or spend a “very, very long time” in detention.

dear... (insert your first name), sucker..

bills bills bills...

The Australian Competition Tribunal has overturned a decision by the competition watchdog to block AGL Energy from buying the New South Wales power assets of Macquarie Generation.

The tribunal says it will allow the $1.5 billion deal with some conditions.

the gall of the man...

turdytony

More than $5 billion was invested in Australian clean energy last year but the sector has virtually ground to a halt owing to widespread anxiety over the government’s commitment to renewables, according to the industry body.

how lucky we are .....

how lucky we are .....

‘Tony Abbott says he is 'best friend that workers of Australia have ever had'’.

a big fat belgian cigar hell bent on removing your protection against losing your pants...

advice

The Federal Government is pressing ahead with its plan to wind back Labor's financial advice laws aimed at protecting investors.

The Coalition has been under pressure over some of the controversial changes it flagged to the Future of Financial Advice (FoFA) reforms.

SA Govt hires Ad-men to turn Adelaide into a US Naval hub.

You wouldn't say it a "nice" feeling to see proof of what you've suspecting for nine years, but it does bring a sense of vindication.  Since 2005 I've worried that Adelaide was being turned into a U.S. Navy refurbishment facility.  Late last year the South Australian Governent hired a Nashville based PR firm in order for such a thing to happen.

Just over a week ago Palmer Gibb published on blogsite The Sunlight Foundation of how Adelaide spent (at the end of 2013) over two hundred thousand dollars on hiring PR firm Fletcher Rowley on its behalf.  The comany's brief is explained its mandatory US filings as a "Foreign Agent":

king coal con...

lord's prayer

 

Tony Abbott might be our global coal ambassador but it appears he is increasingly out of step with the rest of the world, writes Mungo MacCallum.

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