Saturday, May 14, 2016

Ignore the shepherds

Not only do people who graze grass not matter electorally , by bringing up the simple prejudice that "Australia should never have been cleared" .you will get people in the city to vote Labor .

Labor this week have pulled this trick. Hope it backfires .

Such deep hypocrisy in a week when dairy farmers are suffering  a 14 cents a litre price. No one other than Barnaby has the wisdom to suggest "somethings really wrong with the way we think about our environmental managers " ( my words) .

Maybe by ensuring that Farmers own coops were subject to less greed pressures and buyouts the world would actually be a better place . That would mean getting out of their chairs and differing with the monocultural view of how heaven comes - They all believe :::::: Not by diversity alone but by monoculture alone - market pressure alone ,
Sad day watching all the sycophants sitting around with nothing to say in pre election time. Well maybe they offer handouts ---but even the Americans are not going to keep putting up with  that crap

Sadly they don't know what they fear when they follow those who can't see the dynamics of rangelands .who can't see the wood for the trees.  That only ants and higher Carbon dioxide will benefit LONG TERM from their short term view.

Tuesday, May 10, 2016

Greens show their true colour

Black (QandA Sunday ABC )

Finally, by doing deals with the Liberal party, the Greens show what they really care about. The Greens are about keeping their power; Clearly, they will keep talking in the same old same old nigglingly ignorant way as if only they, the Greens, care about the environment.  

If these self-referencing non experts were serious about environment, they would have called for internships for graduates to study it properly.  Instead of breeding the competence they need to prevent another GreenLabor agreement fiasco,  they just keep running their own talk fests and esoteric demands.
 If the Greens were serious about the environment,  they would be seen to be practical ( they have done nothing to improve this) ; they would have called for less red tape and niggling nonsense by Councils by making sure they had the skills to make,  not avoid,  complex decisions .( huge growing problem)
 If they were serious, and even remotely practical, they would at least talk about gas and nuclear instead of, like Labor, spend all our money on a dumb false hope that more renewables will provide heat for our toasters in the morning. Bit like they all thought we would should one day expect to drink desalinated water
As their power is based on fear, there is no way they can afford to have a proper debate about all the very serious issues they worry themselves silly about.