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The Liberal Party’s “Patriot Games”

June 15, 2017

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Malcolm Turnbull and Tony “there will be no undermining, no sniping” Abbott are not just at each other’s throats again they’re foisting a testosterone fuelled assault on the Australian public over who can be the most “patriotic” (whatever that is).

Earlier this week, President Trumble issued a decree that all new citizens should become ‘Australian patriots’ to advance the nation’s efforts to “stamp out terrorism.”

Mr Trumble told parliament Australia is “not immune” from the global impact of the conflicts in the Middle East and instability around the world and that more needed to be done at home to quell this ominous threat.

‘We lead our Australian way of life on our terms. We will not buckle or be cowed by this scourge of Islamist terrorism,’ he said with clenched fists.

Desperate times call for desperate measures, and with the Prime Minister languishing in successive polls, feeble posturing over so-called “national security concerns” soon become the all too familiar refrain of a PM under siege.

As one astute observer noted; more Australians have died falling off a ladder than killed by terrorism in the last 20 years.

However, not to be outdone, Tony Abbott and leadership aspirant Peter Dutton, both ramped up the hysteria over asylum seekers to eleventy, following the Government’s decision to settle a class action lawsuit brought by 1905 men who say they were mistreated while held in captivity on Manus Island.

Dutton and Abbott lashed out at; their own Government’s decision; the law firm Slater and Gordon; and the victims of the mistreatment, while enthusiastically absolving themselves of any wrongdoing.

“The settlement is not an admission of wrongdoing from the Australian government,” Dutton said, adding that the Commonwealth “strongly refutes and denies the claims made in these proceedings”.

But you know, let’s settle the claim all the same.

Which would otherwise be considered an admission of guilt back in what’s ostensibly called “the real world.”

Meanwhile, Tony Abbott entered the fray to add his two-cents worth; declaring that the payout “looks like a windfall for people who unfairly took advantage of our nation’s generosity.”

“Generosity” being; locked up in some god-forsaken hellhole indefinitely and repeatedly subjected to physical and psychological abuse.

“We’ve got a judiciary that takes the side of the so-called victim rather than the side of common sense,” added the mad monk.

Asked if people’s claims of physical and mental injury on Manus Island might be genuine, Abbott says “I doubt it very much”.

If the Liberals party’s idea of being “a patriot” is simply being a cunt. They’ve got it in bucket loads.

 

 

 

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175 Comments leave one →
  1. Tom R permalink
    June 15, 2017 1:19 pm

    “We’ve got a judiciary that takes the side of the so-called victim rather than the side of common sense,”

    Amongst all the other horrors of this episode, does the ‘roads’ scholar understand that, by settling, they didn’t actually allow the judiciary to actually judish?

  2. Tom R permalink
    June 15, 2017 4:27 pm

  3. June 15, 2017 4:34 pm

    Ultimately; what a waste huh. Ambitious duopoly`s in the gulag business. No wonder the dutton zombie settled on 70-mill for boaties plus 20-mill legal. lt is so paltry compared to blowing 5-bill of treasury to inflict misery on boaties.

  4. June 15, 2017 4:35 pm

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  5. June 15, 2017 10:28 pm

    You won`t enjoy reportland either, they said half the new termite mounds in boltsville have the same cladding type. (jonestown too l bet)

  6. June 16, 2017 6:46 am

    World news, my abc24 said,,,, jonestown has 1500 to 2500 buildings with dodgey cladding; and bananaland has dodgey cladding but NO numbers were given.

    ln britannia on dodgey cladding,,,, Teresa said she will be conducting a rigorous investigation. Of course its a phoney, her team were running the show when grenfell was decided and given its incinerator upgrade. Total bullshit will now flow as Teresas teabags try to obfuscate the facts that the free-trade, outsource zealots have abdicated `policing` of their own construction standards, material standards and fire-fighting standards.

    l do not mean to seem `arrogant` to the trainy trainy outfit by not prefixing `l-reckon` to this prediction, as l made it well before fires in; emirates, boltsville, paris and britannia. l am also `certain` the dripping fireballs shown in the lit-up, night footage in britannia is `definitely` some type of (non-permitted) flamable material, which was also forcing fire-crews back.

  7. Where`are`my`Teabags permalink
    June 16, 2017 7:44 am

    l wonder if boo-of-dumbfcuk and the blubbering imbecile will have the nads to turn-up to defend `biz-rights` to willfully, recklessly, negligently mass murder in their pursuit of profits. l`m sure its also `pure` coincidence that; britannia warnings were ignored; and its a poor and working class area.

  8. Shane in QLD permalink
    June 16, 2017 8:53 am

    So a few killed by terrorists and now possible hundreds including whole families wiped out by dodgy outsourcing to do things on the cheap for the poor. Yet the government claims it is protecting its citizens from foreign attacks. Looks like they need to protect their citizens from the profit hungry greed parade of the rich in their own backyard.

    If the election was held now the Tories would be almost wiped from the face of England I would think.

  9. Tom R permalink
    June 16, 2017 10:40 am

    So a few killed by terrorists and now possible hundreds including whole families wiped out by dodgy outsourcing to do things on the cheap for the poor.

    Reminded me of a bit I read at pp sourced from Guy Rundle at Crikey (I have no sunscription)

    Six dead in the first reports, nine when you refreshed, then 12. The numbers will climb on the horizon, the stories will pile high. They will be of unbearable deaths, to add to the unbearable deaths of Borough Market. Those were made by men who had sought out the maximum amount of terror, horror, the grotesque, the awfulness of dying like this, in a world jaded, and a little accepting, of the sudden suicide bomb. The Grenfell Tower atrocity will yield plenty of those, but they will lack the element of intent. They are deaths of indifference, of austerity, of the self-satisfied retreat from a responsible state, of a right that has become what Thomas Frank has called the “wrecking crew”, people determined to govern badly in order to destroy faith in government altogether.

    https://blogs.crikey.com.au/pollbludger/2017/06/14/essential-research-52-48-labor-9/comment-page-14/#comment-2597633

    And that last bit “people determined to govern badly in order to destroy faith in government altogether.” particularly reminds me of our grubmint. They are deliberately trashing institutions in order to have them replaced by their own models (or none) imo

  10. June 16, 2017 11:26 am

    And that last bit ”people determined to govern badly in order to destroy faith in government altogether.” particularly reminds me of our grubmint. They are deliberately trashing institutions in order to have them replaced by their own models (or none) imo

    You over-look, yet again, how much your team contributes to this too T-C. JooLiar droned the `participation` codeword for keeping outsouced welfare ponzi-programs in place; droned `flexibility` to keep the likes of 7-11s worker rip-offs going. You kid yourself. Your team walks hand-in hand with the teabags way too often to really be considered different. lf they were truly different, when they get in they would slam shut the worst tax loop-holes and run anti-austerity from day-one. lnstead, they fiddle while rome burns (and-citizens) wasting time on special, special, special, reinventions of the wheel; and fail to deliver even the meagerest benefit to citizens immediately; not next term or decade.

    https://grenfellactiongroup.wordpress.com/2017/06/14/grenfell-tower-fire/

    By the way T-C, all the time they squabble amongst themselves seeking `consensus` is a prime example. When elected, the HAD public consensus, but didn`t have the brains to pull their own horns in. So they imploded.

  11. June 16, 2017 11:43 am

    “”l wonder if boo-of-dumbfcuk and the blubbering imbecile “”

    You’ll have to narrow that down a little for me.

  12. Grenfell`Tower`Teabag permalink
    June 16, 2017 12:20 pm

    The Grenfell Action Group has a long history of raising concerns about the almost criminally lax manner in which the KCTMO(#outsourced-management) treats fire safety issues and we are on record as stating that it is our belief that a serious and catastrophic incident will be the undoing of this mini mafia who pose as a bona fide organisation responsible for the smooth running of the RBKC`S social housing.

    https://grenfellactiongroup.wordpress.com/2017/03/14/kctmo-feeling-the-heat/

    ++

    (-: @reb

  13. Tom R permalink
    June 16, 2017 2:46 pm

    You’ll have to narrow that down a little for me.

    I’d assumed it was in the 3rd (4th, 5th …..) person.

    murdoch really is a piece of work

  14. Clad`Me`Teabag permalink
    June 16, 2017 4:54 pm

    Let me guess, blib is keeping his head down or gone into hiding so he doesn`t have to admit his state-based team buddies haven`t policed cladding either. #teabag.lite

  15. TB Queensland permalink
    June 16, 2017 6:10 pm

    HOW DID WE GET INTO THIS SITUATION?

    In a word … PRIVATISATION … or … GREED

    http://www.news.com.au/finance/small-business/electricity-price-rises-locked-in-from-july-1-2017/news-story/0bad2dcddc1a3040c4abbf07d25cb7fc

  16. TB Queensland permalink
    June 16, 2017 7:30 pm

    https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2017/jun/16/federal-ministers-fail-to-apology-for-attack-on-hard-left-judges

    Terrorism! At its worst! Sedition at its simplest! Attack on democracy and the separation of powers! Arrogance in the extreme! Ignorance astounding! Tories historically!

    JAIL THE PRICKS!

    This is not the country that I (and my family) served for! Four generations!

    FFS! Enough is enough of this right wing fascist shit … this is exactly what fkn Hitler and the Nazis did in 1936!

    Where is the Labor Party?

    Where is Peter Cosgrove – oh, wait a Liberal appointee! sorry, Pete, all respect GONE!

    As far as I recall our head of state is still the Queen of Australia?

    Anyone who votes for this out of control Liberal Party in the next election is … a traitor to the crown!

  17. TB Queensland permalink
    June 16, 2017 10:33 pm

    What have we being saying for years!

    http://www.news.com.au/world/north-america/film-maker-oliver-stone-warns-australia-of-us-nuclear-threat-after-vladimir-putin-interviews/news-story/cba5bc92d7620f0a01ee4b2ab24ab0ef

    We don’t want to become the 51st State!!!!!!

    But we are …

  18. Shane in QLD permalink
    June 17, 2017 6:37 am

    Maybe the young are waking up to the greed, deception and outright lies of corporations and developers and the influence they have on the conservative side of politics, where complaints from the poor are relegated to the whinging of the dole bludgers and so called spongers.

    This actually could bring down Theresa May.

    http://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/world/london-inferno-death-toll-up-to-30-as-police-announce-criminal-investigation-20170616-gwszca.html

  19. Tom R permalink
    June 17, 2017 8:24 am

    Let me guess, blib is keeping his head down or gone into hiding

    And #turc never happened either did it? edimicate yousself, and then consider how far back from total anarchy on building sights we have to come from.

    http://www.abc.net.au/7.30/content/2015/s4243787.htm

    Where is the Labor Party?

  20. shaneinqld permalink
    June 17, 2017 8:38 am

    Tom R

    Totally agree Xenephon is a disappointment to me and therefore I presume to a lot of other voters. Next election could be a very different story as I will not vote for theme in the senate at the next election like I did in this one.

    Hanson will probably go into hiding because this was not a a terrorist attack so her usual hysteria won’t work. Plus she also voted for the ABCC.

  21. June 17, 2017 12:08 pm

    Oh Team-cheerer, of course this stands-up.

    Let me guess, blib is keeping his head down or gone into hiding so he doesn`t have to admit his state-based team buddies haven`t policed cladding either. #teabag.lite

    Your own reportland link proves it!!!

    MADELEINE MORRIS: And proper documentation about the materials used on buildings is frequently absent.

    In 2011 the Victorian Auditor-General discovered 96 per cent of building permits issued by surveyors didn’t have proper documentation, leaving “little assurance” surveyors were “adequately enforcing building and safety requirements”.

    HINT, states run the `enforcement` laws on building/biz/trade workmanship, licences and `materials` team-cheerer, (as l also told you dummies during `burnt-batts`) and no amount of pom-pom shaking changes that little fact. The states have `abdicated`, some of them were run by team-knife.

  22. Tom R permalink
    June 17, 2017 12:50 pm

    Your own reportland link proves it!!!

    Just further proof you cannot read.

  23. June 17, 2017 4:52 pm

    20 Million Muslims March Against ISIS and The Mainstream Media Completely Ignores It.

    http://www.alternativenewsnetwork.net/20-million-muslims-march-isis-mainstream-media-completely-ignores/

  24. TB Queensland permalink
    June 17, 2017 5:31 pm

    great find sreb,

    I suspect of all the people I know … it resonates with you … from a different perspective of course … but understanding …

    News outlets (paper, TV, interwebby) love wars and if they can starting the fkn things! What did they used to say, “It sells newspapers!” (And makes money for The Robber Barons – think Bush, Rumsfeld et al!

    … and the “grey zone” is disappearing in Western Democracy too as the “right” wing of politics seems to get nastier … and blame the “left” wing for everything and anything … including judging the judges!

    http://www.skynews.com.au/news/top-stories/2017/06/17/contempt-case-could-bring-down-turnbull-govt.html

    Total ISIS control … total Tory control … ?

  25. June 17, 2017 5:34 pm

    No surprise fakenews won`t break with their narrative on moosies reb (after all what would kochieSam and jones have to squeal to their viewers) and keep their `favored-pet` status within the elite. Did you notice it was `Shia`s in the 20-million march? While teh-west`s govts continue to be oil-mates with their Sunni-Saudi suppliers; which is also home of the extreme `Wasi` flavor of mooooslam the death-cult, death-cult, death-cult, live, die and kill by?

    ++++

    Just further proof T-C cannot read./#comprehend

    were,,,,adequately enforcing building ,, requirements,,,,

    that includes `materials` dummy

    (those pom-poms are going to get mighty heavy by the time 2019 rocks around) #yaaay.blib

  26. Tom R permalink
    June 17, 2017 10:36 pm

    that includes `materials` dummy

    Except the fact is, the industry has been allowed to become largely self regulated, which is the problem. Removing ‘red tape’ has simply become a by line for increasing profits at the expense of safety.

    https://independentaustralia.net/politics/politics-display/unions-corporate-self-regulation-and-safety-is-it-a-dreamworld,9664

  27. TB Queensland permalink
    June 17, 2017 10:58 pm

    Agree absolutely! A constant threat! Robber Barons at work!

  28. Tom R permalink
    June 19, 2017 9:31 am

    lolz

  29. TB Queensland permalink
    June 19, 2017 9:50 am

    Labor 47 – 53 LNP … how close is TurnAbbott to 16 losses in the polls?

  30. Shane in QLD permalink
    June 19, 2017 11:21 am

    Once again the workers are screwed by terrible employers and not unions. When is this going to stop as it is now out of control.

    http://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/queensland/coffee-club-nundah-fined-180k-for-exploiting-worker-20170618-gwtqcc.html

    Some judges should make examples of these low life and an RC is now more than overdue.

  31. shaneinqld permalink
    June 19, 2017 11:27 am

    reb.
    Very interesting article, however they are on a pilgrimage, it was a holy day and an ages old ritual, not an actual orchestrated march against ISIS. No different to Christians attending a ritual or holy day ceremony while facing attacks from hostile muslims in places such as Aceh.

    However I do accept the dangers they were willing to confront to attend the ritual and have no doubt of their hatred if ISIS.

  32. shaneinqld permalink
    June 19, 2017 11:28 am

    Tom R

    Hilarious about Greg Hunt. Do politicians forget what they say as they all seem to have very selective memories and are such weather vanes I am surprised they are not blown away.

  33. June 19, 2017 12:36 pm

    An article that exposes the fraud of neo-liberalism and its human cost here and in the UK..

    https://independentaustralia.net/politics/politics-display/is-the-grenfell-tower-disaster-corporate-manslaughter,10416#.WUb5BygOEAQ.facebook

  34. shaneinqld permalink
    June 19, 2017 3:25 pm

    reb

    neo-liberalism will simply lead to revolutions of the poor and the election of extremists, simply because the duopoly are now hostage to the rich and to greed and profit. The duopoly no longer have policies that benefit us all, the duopoly no longer have the visions for the future.

    If we had cost benefit analysis of all previous construction there would be no bridges, no roads, no power or phone service to any rural areas of the country. Governments years ago understood that cross subsidy ensured the development of our nation all over and not just in heavily populated areas where a profit can be made. That is why so much of our infrastructure and essential services should be government owned. They used to be until the duopoly was influenced and coerced by big business to offload what we all owned at bargain basement prices to allow them to make major profits, sack staff, close offices and centralise operations while providing less service yet giving the top management level outrageous pay increase for doing nothing other than slash and burn.

  35. TB Queensland permalink
    June 19, 2017 4:01 pm

    An article that exposes the fraud of neo-liberalism and its human cost here and in the UK..

    The “real” meaning of “trickle down economics” …

  36. Neil of Sydney permalink
    June 19, 2017 4:01 pm

    Something needs to be done about the AAT

    http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/news/nsw/judiciary-citizenship-bungle-uber-rapist-refugee-lied-to-get-to-australia/news-story/0fb5ddc11ad0e9e5547ba2cc3ae47815

    A FAKE Pakistani refugee who raped a female customer he picked up while driving an Uber was in Australia only because a court stopped the federal government from kicking him out of the country.

    In the latest judiciary citizenship bungle, The Daily Telegraph can reveal Muhammad Naveed was a fake refugee with bogus documents who once returned to ­Pakistan — even though he had said going home would put him in danger.

    The 41-year-old was convicted of a sickening 2015 rape on Tuesday and sentenced to a minimum of six years and four months in jail.

    His visa application was rejected by the government in 2013 but that decision was overturned later that year by the Refugee Review Tribunal, now part of the Administrative Appeals Tribunal.

    The AAT has been embroiled in controversy since The Daily Telegraph recently revealed it had stopped several murderers, rapists and other hardened criminals from being deported.

  37. shaneinqld permalink
    June 19, 2017 4:11 pm

    Who made Clive Palmer a National Living Treasure ?

    No doubt that was a major mistake of epic proportions !!!

  38. TB Queensland permalink
    June 19, 2017 5:18 pm

    Clivey’s on hols … lucky Clivey … Clivey’s checking out where Crissy Skase escaped to … not that I’m a cynic, or ‘owt …

    Robber Barons playing the Game – again still?

  39. June 19, 2017 8:20 pm

    You`re so funny T-C. Keep trying to defend blib`n his state-based buddy`s with ya`tap dancing all ya`want. lt doesn`t change the fact that l`ve been bleating for years about boardrooms willfully, recklessly negliently murdering workers and consumers behind the self(NON)regulation nonsense spouted by the duopoly at both state and federal level. Your observations of `micro`differences don`t really amount to much.

    TVnews, britannia,,,, the rich suburb up the hill made lots of noise about the `ugly` tower spoiling the rich pricks view, so the govt `clad` it to make it `pretty` for the rich fcukers. They wouldn`t spend the money on the fire-systems to protect the poor tho.

    # ,, l think we are well overdue for some of these so-called democracy`s populations going absolutely ape-shit and rioting etc

  40. Tom R permalink
    June 19, 2017 8:56 pm

    Labors opposition to goneski is becoming more relevant the more it is unraveled.

    They tried a con. This time, I get the feeling Labor assumed it, and time has shown it.

    Maybe the Greens amendments can make Gonski 2.0 more acceptable, but as it stands, it strikes me that while Gonski the Third has been dressed up as needs-based and sector-blind, as far as I can see, that’s exactly what’s been stripped away.

    https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2017/jun/19/not-sensible-logical-or-needs-based-a-tale-of-three-gonskis

  41. Tom R permalink
    June 19, 2017 8:57 pm

    self(NON)regulation nonsense spouted by the duopoly at both state and federal level

    LINK!

  42. June 19, 2017 9:50 pm

    T-c****************LINK*****************

    capitalist governments of any persuasion put profit before people

    https://independentaustralia.net/politics/politics-display/unions-corporate-self-regulation-and-safety-is-it-a-dreamworld,9664

    # ,, your link idiot, you`re really `are` trying to be dummer than kneel aren`t you

  43. Neil of Sydney permalink
    June 19, 2017 9:58 pm

    A FAKE Pakistani refugee who raped a female customer he picked up while driving an Uber was in Australia only because a court stopped the federal government from kicking him out of the country.

    Peter Dutton has been trying to deport people like this but the refugee tribunal and Labor supporters want them to stay so they can commit more crimes. This particular guy had been back home so his life was not in danger

  44. June 19, 2017 10:02 pm

    FFS t-c, read your OWN fcuking links

    +

    or at least have the brains to NOT challenge those that DID read #idiot

  45. TB Queensland permalink
    June 19, 2017 10:30 pm

    The governor of the Reserve Bank has called on workers to start demanding large pay rises from their bosses.

    In a remarkable statement for a central bank chief, Philip Lowe said Australia’s economy was suffering a “crisis” in wage growth, and workers ought to realise the relatively low unemployment rate meant they could start asking for a larger share of the nation’s economic pie.

    What can you say? Some “elites” get it!

  46. June 19, 2017 10:46 pm

    The `anti-worker` `pro-biz` hurdles need to be removed first teebz. Under current system; `demanding` more pay/conditions would only send employers off blackbirding for visa-slaves or converting staff to agent supplied junk-jobs. Just because one elite `gets-it` doesn`t mean the rest will fall in line. You only got to look at the duopoly to see both teams usually hold-hands on dud ideas, while sharing sponsors.

  47. Shane in QLD permalink
    June 20, 2017 4:39 am

    Agree Drain. Asking for a pay rise simply leads to being made a contractor, a casual or at worst losing your job all together.
    There is absolutely no consideration of the employee in any case whatsoever and this started with privatisation by the duopoly of our assets to the greed and profit society who donate to the duopoly.

  48. Tom R permalink
    June 20, 2017 5:58 am

    FFS t-c, read your OWN fcuking links

    I did. you mean both of ‘u’ did and didn’t spot that it was all about the ABCC and #turc?

    You’ll have to highlight just where Labor comes into that, before you look … what was that word ‘youse’ yoused …

    Because, it is easy to fire of glib one liners, harder to back it up with facts.

  49. shaneinqld permalink
    June 20, 2017 7:38 am

    My heart is with the victims of the latest terrorist attack in London. Not sure what we can do about vehicles being used as weapons to run down innocent people.

  50. Tom R permalink
    June 20, 2017 9:09 am

    Not sure what we can do about vehicles being used as weapons to run down innocent people.

    well, a start would be NOT to incite hatred.

    Now that that has passed, yea, not sure really

    I heard that the bollards put in place to stop this at Grenfell tower actually impeded the Firies trying to get to the fire.

    Every solution creates a problem 😦

  51. Tom R permalink
    June 20, 2017 9:10 am

  52. TB Queensland permalink
    June 20, 2017 9:46 am

    Agree Drain. Asking for a pay rise simply leads to being made a contractor, a casual or at worst losing your job all together.

    I’m not talking about the process but the concept … he would probably have been better to advise people to join a union … if they had ENOUGH money!

    I’m aware of the issues but the first step to fixing a problem is to recognise the problem exists …

  53. TB Queensland permalink
    June 20, 2017 9:51 am

    The “leader” of the model railway group I attended last night, suddenly pops up with this little gem! “I hope you’ve all thought about killing a Muslim today” … another Catholic twit!

    He’s off to the UK next month … completely bald (shaved?) … couldn’t help myself as usual … “Keep an eye out for skinheads in white vans then … oh, wait!

    This is nazi and Jew hatred all over again … in our own backyard!

  54. Tom R permalink
    June 20, 2017 10:20 am

    BREAKING

    model railway groups hotbed of extremists activities.

    I bet he uses a different gauge too!

  55. TB Queensland permalink
    June 20, 2017 1:32 pm

    I know where he can stick it!

  56. June 20, 2017 1:56 pm

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  57. June 20, 2017 1:57 pm

    “”model railway groups hotbed of extremists activities.””

    LULZ… 🙂

  58. shaneinqld permalink
    June 20, 2017 2:23 pm

    “well, a start would be NOT to incite hatred”

    Agree but I have witnessed it from all sides of politics and all sides of religion.

  59. Tom R permalink
    June 20, 2017 3:38 pm

    I ‘herd’ something about a ‘live’ gas export ban?

    Are the gas being mistreated as they are slaughtered?

  60. shaneinqld permalink
    June 20, 2017 5:44 pm

    TB

    I am an avid model railway and real railway enthusiast myself !.

    I could not imagine what my Lima and Hornby sets, plus all the lights, crossings and buildings would be worth today. Just a pity they all disappeared in my move from Sydney to Mackay many years ago.

  61. June 20, 2017 6:46 pm

    to,,,,recognise the problem exists,,,,

    # ,, ya`trainy trainy is slipping if you think `those` in junk-jobs don`t recognize the problem. One big part of the problem (as blubbers advises his clients) is that arse-holes(workers) are `scaled-back` to zero-hour shifts. lt is better to be `sacked` so the worker can get his severence paper and go straight to dole (if needed). But `scaled-back` means you don`t get that `paper` so have to wait longer for dole. lts just another way they can be cnuts to workers.

    a start,,,,would be NOT to incite hatred,,,, #bingo!

    nazi,,,,and Jew hatred all over again,,,,

    # ,, the goose stepping is all around us, incited from the top.

    all,,,,about the ABCC and #turc?,,,,

    # ,, crap T-C. Your tap-dancing maybe. l was always talking about `cladding` and self(non)regulation being allowed by both teams. Of course you`re going to run team-denial; to others it is quite clear that inferno-cladding from china has been use while both teams have been receiving team-donations `from-china`, and both-teams at state level have abdicated `enforcement` of their OWN laws. lncluding the friends of blib brown-noser association. #yaaay.blib ~ tapity’ tapity’ tapity’ tap-tap!

  62. June 20, 2017 6:51 pm

    This is gold…

  63. June 20, 2017 8:10 pm

    The ownership of Global Switch changed in December when the London-based parent company, Aldersgate Investments, accepted $4 billion in cash for a 49 per cent stake from Chinese consortium Elegant Jubilee.

    But in a sign that Defence now questions the wisdom of outsourcing sensitive data, the ABC has been told it will shift it all back into government hands once the contract with Global Switch expires in 2020.

    Planning for that is already underway and could cost up to $200 million.

    http://www.abc.net.au/news/2017-06-20/security-concerns-over-defence-files-in-data-centres/8632360

    # ,, Wow! lts like they have absolutely No trainy trainy what-so ever!

  64. Tom R permalink
    June 20, 2017 9:27 pm

    inferno-cladding from china has been use while both teams have been receiving team-donations `from-china`,

    But only one ‘team’ has been trying to get legislation through to help stop this.

    Of course, in your heads, that is just ignored.

    So continue to rant illegibly at the world, and ignore that you are half the problem

  65. TB Queensland permalink
    June 20, 2017 10:37 pm

    So continue to rant illegibly at the world, and ignore that you are half the problem

    Half? There was four of him/her/it a few weeks ago … all statin’ the bleedin’ obvious … half the time …

  66. armchair opinionator permalink
    June 21, 2017 8:18 am

  67. TB Queensland permalink
    June 21, 2017 8:53 am

    Ah! Wondered where you were KL!

    I reckon the TurnAbbott Government is slowly, but surely, abolishing itself!

    Although the ALP seem to be making some odd decisions just lately …

    And the rise of One Nation supporters from 9% to 11% – after the recorded revelations – baffles me!

    Fun day coming up – painting a double garage is always a giggle!

  68. shaneinqld permalink
    June 21, 2017 9:00 am

    TB

    IMO the One Nation increase is simply protestors in the polls who are fed up with either side at the moment. Look at the low votes for One Nation in WA at the actual election.

    I believe many of those who claim they will vote for One Nation are simply expressing outrage in one of the only ways they can to kick this government in the arse while it is in power.

  69. Tom R permalink
    June 21, 2017 9:01 am

    Although the ALP seem to be making some odd decisions just lately …

    Not saying they aren’t, but, which ones?

    Much of it is political grandstanding, from other parties (as far as I can see)

    And, whilst I thought Gonski was Labor grandstanding, the more you read about it, the more it sounds like the same old liberal pork barrel

  70. June 21, 2017 10:39 am

    Team-denial; to others it is quite clear that inferno-cladding from china has been used while both teams have been receiving team-donations `from-china`, and both-teams at state level have abdicated `enforcement` of their OWN laws.

    But,but,but,,,only one `team` has been trying to get legislation through to help stop this,,,#while taking team-donations `from-china` and abdicating `enforcement` of their OWN laws at the state/s level.

    Of,,,course, in your heads,,, #taking team-donations `from-china` and abdicating `enforcement` of their OWN laws at the state/s level ,,,is just ignored,,,

    # ,, They`re not working for me or you team-cheerer. They `are` working for china.

    # ,, lf`ya team was as competent, clever and wonderful as you delude ya`self them to be; team-knife would have used their contacts with workers and onions to be ahead of the game on `inferno-cladding` and other sub-standard `materials` (as-l-was). They `could` of enforced those `material-standards`. They `could` have arse-fcuked the likes of Grollo and Leighton for using the dodgey materials. And the best bit is they `could` of arse-fcuked them with the teabags very-own ABCC. But the dumbfcuks didn`t. Or wouldn`t. Which really only shows team-knife are very dumb, or very corrupt.

  71. Tom R permalink
    June 21, 2017 10:47 am

    of their OWN laws.

    Except, as know, they are NOT ‘of their OWN laws.’

    Unless you have a link that shows that?

    They `are` working for china.

    You understand that Labor lost almost half a million ion donations due to their stance on China, don’t you? You’re listening to ulman running a get Dystari campaign, whilst he gives robb etal a free pass. Dystari, whilst stupid, isn’t Labor policy. Their policy is to change the laws that govern the business codes

    Some additional fun fer ya 😉

    https://www.theguardian.com/business/2017/mar/06/reserving-natural-gas-for-australian-market-wouldnt-have-good-outcome-says-matt-canavan

  72. June 21, 2017 12:27 pm

    Here you go team-cheering fcuking idiot.

    Audit of cladding on high rise buildings

    The Metropolitan Fire Brigade’s (MFB) investigation of a fire at a Docklands apartment block in November 2014 found that the external aluminium cladding on the building contributed to the fire spread and did not meet compliance with the National Construction Code (NCC).

    Following those findings, the Victorian Building Authority (VBA) has taken a number of actions, which to date include:

    * Investigating the conduct of the building practitioners involved. * Using the VBA’s coercive powers to compel the builder of the Docklands apartment block to disclose any other buildings where it used Alucobest (the product used at the apartment block). The builder complied and provided the names of two buildings (see table below). * Contacting more than 20,000 building practitioners requesting information about possible non-compliant use of cladding. * Using the VBA’s coercive powers requiring the builders and building surveyors of some 170 building permits relating to building work on high-rise buildings in inner Melbourne and immediate surrounding suburbs built in the past 10 years to provide evidence that the external cladding complies with the NCC. The VBA’s audit is directed at determining whether there has been potential non-compliant use of cladding within the works covered by the 170 permits.

    If, through the audit, the VBA identifies buildings where cladding has been used in a potentially non-compliant manner, it will take the following steps:

    1. Notify the local Municipal Building Surveyor (MBS), who will consider: * taking appropriate action to determine if the building is safe to occupy and notifying the occupants; * determining the appropriate action required; * notifying the VBA of the results of the inspection. 2. Notify the relevant fire service. 3. Notify the general public by posting the details on the VBA website. 4. The VBA will then take appropriate action which could lead to disciplinary action or prosecution.

    http://www.vba.vic.gov.au/a-z-information/audit-of-cladding-on-high-rise-buildings

    ++++

    The Victorian Building Authority (VBA) regulates building and plumbing practitioners to ensure the achievement of efficient and competitive building and plumbing industries in Victoria.

    The VBA’s services include:

    * responding to general enquiries from the public about the building and plumbing industries * registering, licensing and disciplining plumbers in Victoria * registering and disciplining building practitioners * issuing owner-builder certificates of consent * providing expert technical advice and informed solutions to industry * undertaking inspections, investigations and audits to enforce compliance with relevant legislation * working with other agencies and regulators to ensure building and plumbing practitioners are compliant and that consumers are protected * publishing data for building and plumbing practitioners * monitoring the collection of building permit levies * overseeing the work of building surveyors and Victoria’s building permit system.

    To find out more about the VBA’s functions under the Building Act 1993 and Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Act 2002 visit our legislation page.

    http://www.vba.vic.gov.au/about

    ++++

    Every state HAS an `equal` authority! And they were bought-off. Have you finished digging yet you fcuking idiot. (-: (-: (-: (-:

    ++++

    Business licensing. People/tradie licensing. fairtrading.nsw.gov.au

    This is my resume tbagz,,,, this is my trainy trainy tbagz,,,, #You should know better too. #hypocritz (-:

  73. Tom R permalink
    June 21, 2017 1:13 pm

    And they were bought-off.

    I think you will find that, at street level, where this is inspected, is where the buying off occurs

    see the ABCC, and how that limits the ability of inspections.

    The VBA (and other authorities) can only go on information they are given, and, as is now being found out, that information is incorrect.

    But yea, blame those who are exposing it why not.

  74. Tom R permalink
    June 21, 2017 3:16 pm

  75. June 21, 2017 3:19 pm

    You keep proving me correct while you team-cheer!

    your link, my abc,,,The royal commission into the pink batts program reveals the need for well-resourced (#state)government departments(#vba?), not gutted shells,,,

    # ,, You`re still peddling horse-shit t-c.

    the ABCC,,,and how that limits the ability of inspections,,,

    # ,, utter crap t-c. You really need to go and learn how `laws-and-regs` actually work. For example if YOU were a `canoeland-inspector` for `any` authority/dept; and you went to inspect (do-your-job) a construction site; and some abcc-cnut interferred or tried to stop you doing ya`job; all you need to do is call in canoeland-plod; who first and foremost serve to uphold `state` law. The abcc-cnut would end-up in the back of the paddy-wagon.

  76. Tom R permalink
    June 21, 2017 3:37 pm

    ramble on rambler, but it is there in black and white, underfund them until they are useless.

    Meanwhile, just this morning, the Greens were attacking Labor for playing politics with Gonski 2.7.8.33

    Then, reality caught up with them

  77. June 21, 2017 4:31 pm

    it is,,,there in black and white, underfund them until they are useless,,, #which is part of what l`ve said all along. After all, as both teams are taking team-donations `from-china` then both teams at state level will starve, de-fund `inspectors`; so that inferno-cladding from china is used. ln short, both-teams at state level have abdicated `enforcement` of their OWN laws.

  78. Tom R permalink
    June 21, 2017 4:41 pm

    if you want to believe that, go for it. No point trying to teach the unteachable

  79. June 21, 2017 5:46 pm

    lt has nothing to do with `belief` t-c. lt is just knowledge and experience. l understand `standards` (was saa, now asnz l think) and state `regs` exist. Even tho l don`t know all the `specifics`, l don`t need to run to google to `know` that jonesland and boltsland have `snow-field` regs that `exist` for buildings to have more roof strength or A-frame for excess snow area conditions. Nor do l need to run to google to `know` non-sparking brass detonators must be used in mines with ignitable dust`n gas. Even if l can`t quote verbatum the reg/asnz chapter`n verse. You won`t find any answers with fakenews brainfarts(opinion) either, the answers to regs`n standards are on/(linked from) states gov.au sites.

  80. TB Queensland permalink
    June 21, 2017 6:45 pm

    l understand `standards` (was saa, now asnz l think)

    mmmmm – “I think”? but you “understand” ? …

    Standards have been as/nz for many years (and cost a motza to buy – I know!) … and are NOT law … unless incorporated into statutory legislation ie regulations and/or codes of practice (and other strange docs used by governments) …

    Mines have been using nonel* ignition for controlled detonations for decades …

    Anhd you got one thing right … W(O)H&S legislation is mostly state based (even the Federal government has employees … Australia is after all a Commonwealth of States … unlike a United Union of States … meaning that each state is answerable unto itself and can simply secede at any time – if a state referendum is held and a majority for secession is carried …

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Standards_Australia

    *non electrical – let alone “ignition dets” … and electrical detonation …

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nonel

    https://www.thebalance.com/different-types-of-detonators-used-in-mining-2367466

    Did you notice that I used links … like most other commenters here … where are yours?

  81. Tom R permalink
    June 21, 2017 6:50 pm

    lt is just knowledge and experience.

    😆 😆 😆 😆

  82. TB Queensland permalink
    June 21, 2017 7:52 pm

    ITS TRAINY TRAINY TIME! 😛

  83. TB Queensland permalink
    June 21, 2017 7:54 pm

    Walls are cleaned, ceiling has undercoat, fill holes tomorrow, final coat on walls and ceiling!

    I’m knackered!

  84. Tom R permalink
    June 21, 2017 9:22 pm

    I’m knackered!

    Is that a model railway euphemism?

    http://en.3d-modellbahn.de

  85. Tom R permalink
    June 21, 2017 9:39 pm

  86. June 21, 2017 10:15 pm

    mmmmm,, `I think`? but you `understand`,,,

    l understand `standards` and state `regs` exist. Even tho l don`t know all the `specifics`

    Standards,,,have been as/nz for many years (and cost a motza to buy ,, I know!),,,#okay

    and,,,are NOT law,,,#wrong ,,,unless incorporated into statutory legislation,,,

    gasfitter and sparkie mates say theirs are, not sure if freshwater, sewer and drainage are.

    ,,,ie regulations and/or codes of practice (and other strange docs used by governments),,,#okay

    Mines,,,have been using nonel* ignition for controlled detonations for decades,,,#fine, tho l never mentioned `shockwave` or `nonel`, regs/standards still exist for other blast-caps/dets

    Anhd,,,you got one thing right ,, W(O)H&S legislation is mostly state based,,,

    Really you`re engaging in `managementy-wankery`. You are not acknowledging a person that knows the regs`n standards exist, and can actually `apply` them to things. Not merely regurgitating fakenews brainfarts, by folks with no trainy trainy, and no experience either. You instead think knowing the `brand` or `label` is the apex of knowledge. Hint, a sparky mate still bleats about when his saa-electrical was out-dated and upgraded to the asnz-electrical book. There was not an iota of difference inside the book, the only difference was the `brand` on the cover. When ohs/whs changed, any difference beside the label?

    Did,,,you notice that I used links ,, like most other commenters here

    Hint, books don`t have weblinks, neither does life.

    where,,,are,,,yours?,,,

    June 21, 2017 12:27 pm Hint, scroll up.

  87. TB Queensland permalink
    June 21, 2017 10:16 pm

    Is that a model railway euphemism?

    Painter’s dialect for fucked!

    GO MAROONS!

    QUEENSLANDER!

  88. TB Queensland permalink
    June 21, 2017 10:31 pm

    and,,,are NOT law,,,#wrong ,,,unless incorporated into statutory legislation,,,

    DUH! #right … don’t fkn cherry pick phrases … and then add what I said … do you understand the meaning of plagiarism?

    Really you`re engaging in `managementy-wankery`.

    Sorry pal … I started my career as an apprentice (five years then) – tradie – service advisor – supervisor, service manager – WH&S officer, consultant, trainer and manager – production manager – training manager – self employed training consultant in training, assessment, management and WH&S (guess how I know the AS/NZ Standards cost so fkn much!) …. I don’t engage in wankery … that’s for dickheads who “think” they know – “’cause me mate said so” doesn’t cut it …

    BTW I sport a B.Bus … Dip. OH&S … and a Certificate in Cinematography (I like the last one – its speshul) …

  89. June 21, 2017 11:21 pm

    This is my resume tbagz,,,, l have all these certificates tbagz,,,, Only my quals count tbagz,,,, You multi-qual`d and multi licenced tradie mates do not count tbagz,,,, Team cheerers fakenews links count tbagz,,,, My wiki links count tbagz,,,, Your govt authority links do not count tbagz,,,, (-: (-: (-: (-: (-:

  90. TB Queensland permalink
    June 22, 2017 12:45 pm

    Really you`re engaging in `managementy-wankery`.

    Maybe … just not second hand tradie-wankery …

  91. June 22, 2017 3:10 pm

    This is my trainy trainy tbagz,,,

    Teebz, back in the days of `burnt-batts` you will find l was belting the in-house teabags on this blog with a VERY similar comment like this;

    both teams at state level will starve, de-fund `inspectors`; so that inferno-cladding from china is used. ln short, both-teams at state level have abdicated `enforcement` of their OWN laws.

    My short-odd bet is both you and team-cheerer were agreeing with that comment, coz l was belting the teabags. Due to team-swooning, hypocrites are now disagreeing with that comment.

    Hint, `burnt-batts` and `inferno-cladding` are BOTH building materials.

    lf you also paid attention, you would have noticed l have often said clowntown traitors, clowntown sabotage, and clowntown treason. (think-network) Did you notice 4corners recently confirmed this, somewhat? Both teams in china`s pocket.

  92. Tom R permalink
    June 22, 2017 3:37 pm

    with a VERY similar comment like this;

    Probably because ALL of your comments are ‘similar’

    ie, meaningless garbage that only an ice addict could comprehend.

    Rant on ranter. (oh, and ignore ‘evidence for your own (in) experience)

  93. June 22, 2017 4:03 pm

    Now, now, now, team-cheerer, no need for mocking with ad-homs when a single link of evidence of; laws, regs, saa`s, codes, etc, would do nicely.

  94. Tom R permalink
    June 22, 2017 4:45 pm

  95. Tom R permalink
    June 22, 2017 4:56 pm

    lol, especially considering bagzer

    Dickhead senators should be separated from their peers for the good of everyone else, autistic children say.

    http://www.theshovel.com.au/2017/06/22/autistic-kids-fear-stupid-senators-holding-normal-senators-back/

  96. ALP Team Cheerer Looks in Mirror permalink
    June 22, 2017 5:09 pm

    “ie, meaningless garbage that only an ice addict could comprehend.”

    NEWSFLASH !

    Pot Calls Out Kettle

  97. June 22, 2017 7:43 pm

    B,,, No, no, no, team-cheerer. Photo`s of team-leader candidates just don`t cut it.

    +

    Pot,,,Calls Out Kettle,,, (-: (-: (-: (-:

    +

    Remember this!

    http://www.afr.com/news/stalled-poll-numbers-vindicate-budget-opposition-labor-20170528-gwf5dv

    # ,, teabags(47%) v team-knife(53)

    # ,, talkbull(45) v blib(33) v anybody-else(22)

    # ,, somebody is letting down the team!

  98. Tom R permalink
    June 22, 2017 9:42 pm

    vindicate-budget-opposition-

    Oh, didn’t the assembled throng of churnalists praise mighty morphine mal the maleficent with his ‘labor Light’ show.

    Except, bill “miserable poll numbers” said no, and now look …………..

    vindicate-budget-opposition-

    I certainly hope those churnos choke.

    https://blogs.crikey.com.au/pollbludger/2017/06/21/essential-research-52-48-labor-10/

  99. Neolaboral Follies permalink
    June 22, 2017 11:21 pm

    (Enter the virtual model railway and simulate complete rail operations, including animated barriers, signals or road vehicles, automatically or by specially defined events.

    Almost tempting, I guess.

    Elsewise…

    theguardian: Thomas Lane, editor of Building Design, said: “There was a time when local authorities had their own architecture departments, some of them quite famous. Nowadays it’s all done externally. You’ve got disparate people, design teams, surveyors, project managers, a whole army of people.”….And it also emerged that Reynobond PE, an aluminium panel used in the Grenfell Tower cladding, was designed by the multinational firm Arconic, formerly part of the multinational metals group Alcoa.)

  100. Tom R permalink
    June 23, 2017 6:44 am

    Nice to see you again meta. Loved the old KLF clip.

    Had no idea they were also (the) Time Lords?

    Be interesting to see how this illegal material got into the towers

    Judith Blakeman, a local Labour councillor who represents the Grenfell residents, said: “This raises the question of whether the building regulations officers were sufficiently competent and did they know what they were looking at. It also begs a question about what they were actually shown. Was anything concealed from them.”

    https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2017/jun/21/grenfell-tower-16-council-inspections-failed-to-stop-use-of-flammable-cladding

    As we saw from #turc building companies (yes, the companies, not the Unions) went to extreme lengths, manipulating fights between Unions, and using Bikie gangs against other builders to further their agendas.

    Perhaps (?) #turc had the wrong side in the docks (?) (more of a statement than a question)

    Just something else I thought I’d share with you-se who are having a lie in this morning

    http://reductress.com/post/study-finds-morning-people-live-longer-are-better-than-you/

    🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂

  101. Tom R permalink
    June 23, 2017 6:45 am

  102. Shane in QLD permalink
    June 23, 2017 6:58 am

    I thought they were thieving Cnuts before. Now this has truly reinforced my opinion of the blood sucking leeches.

    http://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/federal-politics/political-news/federal-mps-to-get-pay-rises-and-tax-cuts-in-july-1-bonanza-20170622-gwwk6m.html

  103. Tom R permalink
    June 23, 2017 9:14 am

    Let the games begin

    https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2017/jun/23/gonski-20-states-say-they-will-face-budget-nightmare-under-school-funding-changes?CMP=Share_AndroidApp_Tweet

    This is what I find most unfair. The public system is now reliant on the most cash strapped sector of Government, whilst the Private schools get mana from the most resourced sector.

    And still all taxpayer dollars.

  104. Tom R permalink
    June 23, 2017 9:32 am

  105. Tom R permalink
    June 23, 2017 9:35 am

    Gonski sure looks to be a conski

  106. TB Queensland permalink
    June 23, 2017 9:58 am

    Just something else I thought I’d share with you-se who are having a lie in this morning

    Hehe another 800 days! Yep I’m a morning person (unless I had to get up @ 4:00 am for work!) …

    I’ve always had a “morning routine” including a read in our tiny one seat library ( 🙂 ) …

    And I have always done my “creative” work (ie writing, planning) before 1:00 pm … I ten do routine/admin stuff … oh, and walk five kms five days a week)

    Add that to 70* years next Thursday and another 800 days onto my planned 1040 weeks sounds good to me!

    *(it’s just a number FFS, tbagz!)

  107. TB Queensland permalink
    June 23, 2017 10:00 am

    I thought they were thieving Cnuts before. Now this has truly reinforced my opinion of the blood sucking leeches.

    Ditto …

    There are now also plans afoot to get solar system owners to pay tax to feed INTO the grid … FFS!

  108. Tom R permalink
    June 23, 2017 10:29 am

    Hehe another 800 days!

    yaays (I think) 😉

    unless I had to get up @ 4:00 am for work!

    That’s what MADE me a morning person. It wasn’t choice. Now, I can’t sleep in if I want to 😦

  109. Tom R permalink
    June 23, 2017 10:41 am

    Why am I not surprised

    NBN is rolling out inferior technology in poorer areas: report

    http://thenewdaily.com.au/life/tech/2017/06/22/nbn-inferior-technology-poor-rich-socio-economic/

  110. Neil of Sydney permalink
    June 23, 2017 1:11 pm

    I got FTTP. To this day i do not know why because i thought Turnbull had changed it to FTTN. I found out that my place already had ducts underground through which fibre could be inserted. So i suspect if your suburb had underground ducts you will get FTTP if not you will get FTTN

  111. Tom R permalink
    June 23, 2017 1:30 pm

    So i suspect if your suburb had underground ducts you will get FTTP if not you will get FTTN

    So i suspect that they are just kicking the poor … again

  112. Neil of Sydney permalink
    June 23, 2017 1:39 pm

    I don’t live in a wealthy suburb. Western Sydney is ALP territory For some reason i had underground ducts already installed so i guess that is why i got FTTP.

    And what you suspect is usually wrong.

  113. June 23, 2017 5:57 pm

    There,,,are now also plans afoot to get solar system owners to pay tax to feed INTO the grid,,,

    l noticed the `received`$ amount is due to plummet too teebz. Quite frankly l can`t wait for the battery`s and panels to be cheap enough for us to dump the grid (as are the rest of the gang). Has your received-$ dropped yet in bananaland? l only caught the arse-end of the news-clip when l got in, and missed the location/s or biz/s that were going to start screwing-over feedback homes.

  114. TB Queensland permalink
    June 23, 2017 6:25 pm

    tbagz, we have a fixed government feed in tariff of 44cents till 2028 … and 11 cents from Click Energy …

    But energy storage IS a game changer … and there is a number of very exciting developments on the horizon!

    That’s why there is so much drama for the government trying to lock in coal development for decades! The writing is really on the wall!~

  115. TB Queensland permalink
    June 23, 2017 6:31 pm

    “””The writing is really on the wall!~”””
    OR

    It’s all going up in smoke!

  116. Neil of Sydney permalink
    June 23, 2017 6:45 pm

    Even if people find a way to make solar electricity as cheap as electricity from coal it will be bad for Australia. We also get export income from coal and State govts get royalties. But coal will be around for a long time

    http://www.abc.net.au/news/rural/2017-01-31/japan-coal-power-plants/8224302

    The Japanese government is moving ahead with its plans to build up to 45 new coal fired power stations.

  117. TB Queensland permalink
    June 23, 2017 7:31 pm

    Even if people find a way to make solar electricity as cheap as electricity from coal it will be bad for Australia.

    How do feel about asbestos? Coal and asbestos KILL people …

    You really are a Fuckwitted Dickwit Moron©

    But then you don’t care about killing people who “roll over and die” … nasty is as nasty can!

  118. June 23, 2017 7:32 pm

    The,,,writing is really on the wall,,,

    Yes it definitely is, and its going to be fan-fcuking-tabulous watching the coal flavored teabag-panic rapidly turn to sheer teabag-terror when the battery price falls enough. lt will snowball like all-hell l reckon, as folks abandon the grid and use `own` power.

    +

    The dumbfcuk can mindlessly chant `coal` all it wants. l am part of a gang-of-14 that WILL remove our/parents house to offgrid power as soon as we can afford it. And we all have at least two friends that are VERY interested too. MINIMUM. We are also `provisioning` for electric-car charging. Sooner or later china WILL start sending them. Nwe. Used. Don`t care. l have already dumped big-gas and re-opened the fireplace. l can`t wait to arse-fcuk the teabags big-coal and big-oil dreams too. Now go re-stickytape your telegraph wires.

  119. Neil of Sydney permalink
    June 23, 2017 7:47 pm

    Coal provides billions of dollars of export revenue and royalties for State govts something solar can never do

  120. June 23, 2017 8:23 pm

    From shane`s fairfax.

    backbench,,,MPs will see their incomes rise from $199,040 to $203,020 a year,,,

    So `their` starting-pay goes to; 3,904.23/week (203,020/52) while they wreck many others jobs and conditions; tell dole-ees 265/week is `generous` (elderly`n handicapped similar too l bet), wreck the infrastructure, mangle health, mangle education, persecute the terminally ill, boaties, gays and bury us in un-ending war-costs. Did l miss anything.

    fairfax,,,In its ruling on the pay rise for Australia’s politicians, the tribunal noted that it had received a `notable increase in submissions` asking for pay raises `based at least in part on private sector remuneration` – a sign that at least some of our public servants felt they weren’t being paid enough,,,

    # ,, cnuts, fcuking cnuts

  121. Neil of Sydney permalink
    June 23, 2017 8:47 pm

    a sign that at least some of our public servants felt they weren’t being paid enough,,,

    Apparently the pay increase is for judges and top Public Servants as well.. It used to be that PS got lower wages in exchange for job security. Now they get both.

  122. TB Queensland permalink
    June 23, 2017 9:23 pm

    Coal provides billions of dollars of export revenue and royalties for State govts something solar can never do

    Coal will KILL the planet … FFS … why do we bother with you …

    And manufacturing renewable energy solutions would provide a very profitable income to the nation … only a myopic government would not understand fibre optic broadband and renewable energy opportunities – encouraged by ignoramus supporters …

    Profit is not the reason to live!

  123. Neil of Sydney permalink
    June 24, 2017 3:38 am

    Coal will KILL the planet

    Who says? Renewables are destroying peoples jobs

    http://www.theaustralian.com.au/business/mining-energy/csr-says-rising-power-costs-could-force-manufacturing-closures/news-story/7c06b7eb3ee3e67d365742ba0448ca74

    Building products supplier CSR expects a sharp jump in energy costs over the next year and has warned that Australian manufacturing businesses could face plant closures and job losses if the situation continues.

    “There will be challenges in the year ahead, particularly as all of our businesses are facing higher energy costs,” CSR’s chairman Jeremy Sutcliffe told shareholders at the company’s annual general meeting.

    “The increase in energy costs will be one that many businesses, including CSR, will find extremely hard to recover, notwithstanding efficiency gains and cost control.”

  124. Float Glass permalink
    June 24, 2017 1:57 pm

    (Renewables are destroying peoples jobs

    Eh? That’s not what a pumped-up Malcolm Turnbull possibly said after his energetic visit to the reflectivity factory and conferring with CSR board members and/or Snowy Hydro Corporation board members; maybe any concrete counterfactuals presented by any dissenting board-of-board members, up to their I, baller bank accounts in enhancements of interest, like big fossil fuel drilling’n’shilling and not-worth-mentioning coalmine and coalport services, along with that plethora of trifling donations hardwired to perty much every state and federal political party ‘cept the feral greens, just were and/or weren’t that interesting at the time, given Malcolm’s hi-vis photo-opp delay on the day.)

  125. Neil of Sydney permalink
    June 24, 2017 4:02 pm

    Float Glass

    What is your point?

  126. TB Queensland permalink
    June 25, 2017 8:24 am

    LOL!

  127. Tom R permalink
    June 25, 2017 1:34 pm

    hi-vis

    New South Wales has avoided enforced power blackouts

    by

    record-high electricity demands forced AGL Energy to cut power to a large aluminium smelter

    These churnos are dicks. And, just to prove it

  128. Tom R permalink
    June 26, 2017 9:34 am

    The pork barrel is strong in this grubmint. Add in barney barreling his own electorate.

  129. TB Queensland permalink
    June 26, 2017 10:15 am

    I’m still trying to find a decent fkn deal for NBN!

  130. Tom R permalink
    June 26, 2017 10:24 am

    I’m still trying to find a decent fkn deal for NBN!

    What do you think this is, 2012?

  131. TB Queensland permalink
    June 26, 2017 11:35 am

    LOL!

    I’ve got till January 2019 till I “have” to switch from Telstra Cable to NBN Hybrid … lot can happen in that time …

    NBN offer 12Mbps, 25Mbps,50Mbps,100Mps packets … as you know by now I currently “enjoy” 36Mbps … Telstra want to shift me over to NBN for the same price I pay now … to 25Mbps … $20 extra to 50Mbps … exetel will provide 100Mbps for $10 less than I pay now for 25Mbps … Telstra won’t budge – yet … if they won’t I will AussieBroadband gets good reviews and pricing is good (exetel reviews ain’t too good) …

    My VPN provider just made me an offer for a lifetime service for US$430 … I currently pay US$55 … technology is going to be way different in 8 years than it is now! Chuckle, nice try hide.me …

    +++++++++++++++++++++++

    Our $1000 replastering of the garage ceiling has now been bumped up to include a new double garage roller door @ $3000! It never ends! We replaced the original tilt-a-door in 1991 … so the old one “is” 26 years old!

    ++++++++++++++++++++++++

    I see Chrissy Pyne “accidentally” brought up (‘scuse the pun) the gay marriage issue again …

    These Fuckwits just keep fiddling … as the economy burns out of hand and heads to hades … … its NIKE time … Just Do It!

  132. Tom R permalink
    June 26, 2017 11:45 am

    These Fuckwits just keep fiddling

    It might be more than just fiddling, looks like all out war is about to erupt within the libs.

    Popcorn time 🙂

    At least whilst they are tearing each other apart for a while, the plebs will be given a break for a time (one hopes)

  133. Neil of Sydney permalink
    June 26, 2017 11:52 am

    The pork barrel is strong in this grubmint. Add in barney barreling his own electorate.

    To my surprise i got FTTP and i live in a Labor electorate. I suspect i got FTTP because i already had underground ducts they could push the fibre through. So possibly if your suburb had underground ducts already installed you will get FTTP if not you will get FTTN

    Anyway for most people there would be no difference between FTTP and FTTN.

  134. Tom R permalink
    June 26, 2017 1:00 pm

    Anyway for most people there would be no difference between FTTP and FTTN.

    The ignorance is strong within this one

  135. Neil of Sydney permalink
    June 26, 2017 1:06 pm

    I had FTTP and did not even know it. I don’t need high download speeds for anything i do. ADSL was fine. It would be the same for most people and FTTN is an improvement over ADSL

  136. Tom R permalink
    June 26, 2017 1:27 pm

    I had FTTP and did not even know it.

    Pretty sure the list doesn’t end there

  137. TB Queensland permalink
    June 26, 2017 2:36 pm

    Beat me too it!

    … FTTN is an improvement over ADSL … at least he noticed … but still making sweeping statements … It would be the same for most people

    ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

    Just paid a visit to Uncle Dan’s and listened to 4BC radio, Chris Smith … dem Tories is all of a tizwoz over Chrissy’s comments re gay marriage … Andrew Blot was crapping itself this morning on Hadley’s show … apparently … fkn hilarious to listen to …

  138. Neil of Sydney permalink
    June 26, 2017 4:34 pm

    but still making sweeping statements

    NBNCo had to come out to my place several times before they got it working. And i only found out recently i got FTTP. I always wondered how they connected to the box near my back door because i never saw then digging a trench but i already had underground pipes installed so it was easy. If they had to dig a trench to give me FTTP it would cost an enormous amount of money and time. So i suspect you get FTTP if you already have underground tubing and FTTN if you don’t

  139. TB Queensland permalink
    June 26, 2017 6:56 pm

    So i suspect you get FTTP if you already have underground tubing and FTTN if you don’t

    mmmm … so how does my cable get here … or your old telephone line ? I wonder?

  140. Shane in QLD permalink
    June 27, 2017 6:04 am

    I could understand if the Bank was losing money but it is making a fortune which rises every dog damn year while providing worse and worse service as I have detailed previously.

    The greed astounds me and they wonder why they are one of the most hated blood sucking leeches on the planet. All about money for the top.

    Once again a disgraceful privatisation by the ALP that has benefitted only a select few shareholders and the top management level, while decimating country towns and staff in all corners of the globe.

    Fine these massive profit making companies who have lost their heart and soul to the almighty dollar. A pox on them.

    http://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/queensland/commonwealth-bank-announces-brisbane-backoffice-jobs-no-longer-required-20170626-gwyz0u.html

  141. TB Queensland permalink
    June 27, 2017 10:06 am

    http://www.news.com.au/national/no-religion-tops-religion-question-in-census/news-story/a3b45e6b2e35df695932a83535078f51

    heheheh!

    ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

    Fine these massive profit making companies who have lost their heart and soul to the almighty dollar. A pox on them.

    Here! Here!

    If there a fewer and fewer jobs then the case for a Universal Basic Income becomes stronger each day …

    Unless the government and its Robber Barons deliberately want blood on the streets!

    Interesting watching people line up for a human being, rather than self serve at supermarkets and Bunnings … the message is certainly hitting home to some …

  142. June 27, 2017 5:22 pm

    l`m still focused on the britannia inferno with much amusement,,,, boltsville is still sitting on their hands since their 2014-inferno,,,, so is jonestown,,,, britannia has 600-towers with cladding,,,, britannia has tested around 40-towers, all fail, have inferno-cladding,,,, prediction, all towers will fail except the first half-dozen or so oldest towers,,,, once biz realized there was no `enforcement` or testing, they switched from `good` cladding to inferno-cladding,,,, prediction, teabag-hysteria will set-in once the bin-laden crowd realize how much fun they can have with a box of matches!!!! This too is part of the package that the blubbering imbecile and boo-of dumbfcuk have `repeatedly` cheer-led for. #blow.back #treasury.will.be.stuck.with.the.bill

  143. armchair opinionator permalink
    June 27, 2017 5:28 pm

  144. TB Queensland permalink
    June 27, 2017 6:17 pm

    l`m still focused on the britannia inferno with much amusement,,,,

    #treasury.will.be.stuck.with.the.bill

    Try “concern” as a substitute for “amusement” … get the difference ?

    And while I agree with much of your ramblings after the first statement above …

    The last is quite wrong … the VICTIMS are always “stuck with the ‘bill’ ” as you put it … try “the loss” in both treasure and blood …

    +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

    BREAKING:Lead detective who prompted child abuse investigation into Cardinal Pell was later removed from job

    ALL Catholics should come under police surveillance (by atheist/agnostic officers) … they may be supporting pedophilia throughout mosques cathedrals and churches … obviously all Catholic priests should be immediately arrested and interrogated as possible pedophilia terrorists …

    All religions are a curse!

    Or was the lead detective getting to the truth … and the Top Cops need checking out?

    “Oh, what a tangled web we weave … ”

    +++++++++++++++++++++++++

    1 out of every 487 people you walk past today will be a Muslim, which is admittedly pretty terrifying if you are a bigoted cretin.

    LOL!

    Does that mean we each have 487 Australians/Permanent Residents to “mark” * ?

    *As in football …

  145. TB Queensland permalink
    June 27, 2017 6:19 pm

    The Census does indicate that there are more intelligent people in the Australia now …

  146. TB Queensland permalink
    June 27, 2017 7:18 pm

    http://www.news.com.au/lifestyle/health/health-problems/trumpcare-this-is-what-our-sons-surgery-bills-would-look-like/news-story/5e88105fac4d653bc0c3c292812104df

    How much do ALL our POLITICIANS in the Western democracies spend on weaponry to wage war? Stick in their pockets? “Serve” to improve their sickening millions? How much does a person need to live a comfortable life in this crumbling society?

    Shame! Shame! Shame!

    ‘Tis a sick world in so many ways … so many, that I find it hard to keep up … and so many, that we seem to have lost the “defenders” * of this absolute nonsense at Gutter Trash – because it really is indefensible … (and we’ve ruined journalistic careers along the way) …

    Is Elysium is just a few years away … will someone finally say “What if we had a war and nobody came”?

    If only there was a Second Coming … and the Scourge of GREED, POWER and CONTROL was final curbed … JC must surely be spinning on that cross …

    It is His worship that has been turned into a nonsense that is believed by the cruellest people on this planet!

    Thank Christ I’m an agnostic …

    * I know at least one of the Old Right Wing Guard had a conscience …

  147. June 27, 2017 7:41 pm

    Ya`trainy trainy is slipping big-time. l NEVER raised victims.

    Yes. l am amused by the 100%-failure rate of britannia cladding done so far, and boltsville and jonestown sitting on their hands. This IS-GLOBAL teabag failure of their PREDATORY unfettered, free-trade, no-red-tape bullshit that our in-house teabags have dribbled and clung to like shit on toilet paper.

    Yes. l am amused by all the managementy-speak, greasy, polly-waffle, weasel-word dribble that is being spouted about cladding, which impresses the easily impressed.

    Yes. Yes. Yes. l`m overdosing on schadenfaud.

    #treasury.will.be.stuck.with.the.bill

    Ya`really thing they won`t be?

  148. Shane in QLD permalink
    June 28, 2017 6:27 am

    Apparently Tony Abbott wants the PM job back.

    I say bring it on because he will cause the LNP to be annihilated faster than Malcolm Turnbull.

    For some reason a few die hard right wing nutters believes that the whole country thinks like they do.

    Destroy the duopoly further. Stop the sale of everything we own. Remove the blood sucking leeches in the Parliament. As for who to vote for at the next election, I am stumped, all of them even Hanson and Xenephon teams have turned out to be nothing other than pocket liners themselves.

    Do we have any normal thinking people who value social aspects like free healthcare for all, free education for all, fair salary for all, rather than all at the top, essential services being owned by all of us and not just a select few who can afford shares. These were values we had until the 90s when selfishness started and off loading our assets began with Paul Keating and accelerated to mind blowing speed under John Howard and Jeff Kennett.

    Now we have horrific prices for electricity, shocking service and greed and theft from banks, ever increasing charges at airports, ever increasing fees and charges for government services, ever declining service levels from all government departments, ever declining service from telcos, a mobile coverage network that is still only around 50% of what it was in the 1990s under Telecom and Analogue. So much for improvements. The only thing that has improved is wealth for the rich and profits for the wealthy.

  149. shaneinqld permalink
    June 28, 2017 6:57 am

    Another industry outsourced and privatised that has resulted in disgusting treatment of our elderly, the people the LNP claims to support so much yet has driven them to despair and despicable treatment by an industry hell bent on profit at all cost while providing the ABSOLUTE MINIMUM of care including food to those who are of the most need and who helped build this country.

    http://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/business/comment-and-analysis/time-for-turnbull-to-put-politics-asidereform-retirement-villages-20170627-gwzncg.html

  150. TB Queensland permalink
    June 28, 2017 10:52 am

    Shane, first government want you to “downsize” the home you’ve lived in for decades and then they turn loose the Dogs of Uber Kapitalism on you … with nary a word!

  151. Neil of Sydney permalink
    June 28, 2017 11:10 am

    Now we have horrific prices for electricity

    Well you can blame renewable energy for that. If you believe CO2 is destroying the planet we will have to pay much more for electricity.

    http://www.adelaidenow.com.au/business/jobs/recycling-firm-to-shut-35-jobs-lost-as-sa-government-ignores-plea-for-help-over-soaring-power-bills/news-story/d24d29ce9ba072d5adbc4d47ab06f4b9

    A FAMILY business in Kilburn has made the “heartbreaking” decision to close its doors after 38 years, leaving 35 employees out of work, because of higher costs and soaring electricity prices.

    In the past 18 months, Plastic Granulating Services managing director Stephen Scherer said his electricity bill of about $80,000 a month had spiked to $180,000 a month.

    “It was totally unsustainable for a business our size,” he said. “It was heartbreaking.”

    The specialised recycling company converted industrial and consumer waste back into raw materials that could be used to build irrigation pipes and flowerpots, and manufacture new automotive batteries.

    The business wanted to evolve and take lower-grade waste using new technology it developed over two years to make its operations more efficient and use less power.

    The irony is that the company was in the recycling business

  152. shaneinqld permalink
    June 28, 2017 12:17 pm

    Yet another disgraceful privatised and outsourced area which used to be provided by government paid employees being totally stuffed and rooted by capitalism and greed at the expense of our students and skills for the future.

    http://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/business/consumer-affairs/federal-court-finds-conduct-of-get-qualified-australia-to-be-misleading-unconscionable-20170627-gwzaez.html

  153. shaneinqld permalink
    June 28, 2017 12:24 pm

    TB

    They will not rest until then own everything and have sucked everything from the elderly.

    My aunt worked in government owned and run aged care units until they were sold off to private enterprise. From then on the food standards, service, welfare and maintenance were trashed.

    The elderly are now a commodity to rape and pillage of every cent they owned while providing them with the barest of service.

    It truly disgusts me and this happened under Howard, with Bronwyn Bishop at the helm of the portfolio. That woman has a lot to answer for, yet she is paid her fortune salary for the rest of her life. The elderly now have to deal with private companies and despicable individuals with no morals or standards being pressured by big business to return more and more profit.

    When they were government owned at least the elderly were treated with respect, fed properly, nursed properly and did not have all their money stolen along the way.

  154. Neil of Sydney permalink
    June 28, 2017 12:55 pm

    This is what the ALP have done to SA and want to do to the rest of Australia

    http://www.abc.net.au/news/2017-06-28/sa-has-most-expensive-power-prices-in-the-world/8658434

    South Australia will overtake Denmark as having the world’s most expensive electricity when the country’s major energy retailers jack up their prices this Saturday.

  155. shaneinqld permalink
    June 28, 2017 1:42 pm

    The difference is our Banks will never be penalised and the rot set in upon the privatisation of the CBA.

    http://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/business/banking-and-finance/australian-banks-told-to-reform-sales-targets-by-wells-fargo-whistleblower-20170627-gwzcm3.html

    Just another area destroyed by privatisation and profit and greed.

  156. TB Queensland permalink
    June 28, 2017 3:14 pm

    Privatisation is killing the electricity industry … anyone who thinks private organisations “do a better job” never take into account the additional tier … retailers of power have to make a profit! Governments have to provide a service.

    And we all know that private organisations, by and large, don’t provide decent service … just cost more … TRICKLE DOWN ECONOMICS, just DOES NOT WORK!

    Especially in essential services …

  157. Neil of Sydney permalink
    June 28, 2017 3:39 pm

    Privatisation is killing the electricity industry

    I knew somebody would say that. Nope it is the renewables that are driving up power prices. But that is OK, if CO2 is destroying the planet it is the cost we will have to pay.

  158. Neil of Sydney permalink
    June 28, 2017 4:16 pm

    http://www.theaustralian.com.au/business/mining-energy/energy-bills-soar-in-shift-from-coal-power-stations/news-story/f04ff69323c798fc05097e98defa858e

    Electricity companies have begun hiking consumer prices around the country, blaming the closure of coal-fired generators and the increased cost of renewable ­energy for higher-than-predicted increases of more than $130 this year……..Victorian coal generators will also face increased royalty costs this year, with the subsidy intended on making renewable energy more attractive rising to 22.8c a gigajoule for companies mining brown coal from 7.6c, netting the government about $250 million over four years.

    The Minerals Council’s Victorian executive director, Gavin Lind, said the brown coal royalty increases introduced by the Andrews government were harmful and ignored the practicalities of the electricity market.

  159. TB Queensland permalink
    June 28, 2017 5:44 pm

    I knew somebody would say that. Nope it is the renewables that are driving up power prices. But that is OK, if CO2 is destroying the planet it is the cost we will have to pay.

    I knew YOU would say that … even TurnAbbott doesn’t believe that … only The Mad Monk Acolytes … the same people that believe a man could feed 5000 people with “two loaves and five fishes … ”

    It’s religious fairy-tales that are destroying the Planet … you’ve all been sucked into the Beelzebub propaganda …

    Fools all.

  160. Neil of Sydney permalink
    June 28, 2017 6:05 pm

    Did you read my link? The ALP govt in Victoria put royalties on coal to make coal more expensive. Hence electricity prices rise and renewables become more competitive

  161. June 28, 2017 6:28 pm

    destroying,,,the Planet,,,

    Nah, l`m pretty sure it`s the primates.

    Consider these four topics.

    1-fuel piracy, nigeria delta

    2-mexico gulf month long oil spill

    3-annual bushfires

    4-ocean plastic breakdown

    Are `any` of these taken into account by the paris-weather club? Everything pollution-wise ends-up in the oceans. Ocean-acid is what will bite us on the arse the hardest. Acid kills reefs and mangroves, which are the nursery of most baby fish.

    ++++

    l noticed the canoetown pom pom shaker hasn`t turned-up today. Gone into hiding coz boltsville-alp are being pursued by plod for ripping-off `entitlements` no doubt. (-:

    ++++

    And one for the resident feminista. 4am 5am AlJazeera reported botswana, zimbabwe, s-africa are hit with birdy-flu this week, so murdering lots of chooks. Spread via migrating wild birds. ln last (say) 6-weeks, same story for philipines and indo. Coming soon? We are surrounded.

  162. June 28, 2017 6:56 pm

    sbsnews,,, 95-buildings inferno-cladding tested in britannia so far. 100%-FAIL #yaaay.outsourcing

  163. TB Queensland permalink
    June 29, 2017 9:26 am

    There are none so blind … who walk in the free energy source …

    Did the gods (there are so many) create the universe as a riddle for humans to unravel … and put wild cards in the pack like Tony Abbott, Trump, Boris wahtsit, Putin (watch Stone’s Interviews) … just to fuck us up!

  164. June 29, 2017 10:45 am

    “What can one say?”

    GUILTY!!

  165. June 29, 2017 10:47 am

    //platform.twitter.com/widgets.js

  166. shaneinqld permalink
    June 29, 2017 10:51 am

    TB

    And one of the Cardinals staunchest allies has been Tony Abbott. I wonder if he will screech and confront the Cardinal regarding the accusations or will he ask that we let the investigation and court case take its course and the Cardinal is innocent until proven guilty. Something he has never given to so many other people, like those who receive benefits like the unemployed.

  167. shaneinqld permalink
    June 29, 2017 10:52 am

    reb

    you beat me to the linkage. Will comment on your new thread from now on.

  168. TB Queensland permalink
    June 29, 2017 11:04 am

    GUILTY!! As SIN!

    The Mad Abbott once denied a meeting with Wicked sPell … mmm … guilty by “association”?

    Pity all the Defenders of The Faith chose purgatory …

    Ahhh … a new fred …

  169. Neil of Sydney permalink
    June 29, 2017 11:50 am

    No lefties.this is why Hazlewood closed

    http://www.theaustralian.com.au/business/mining-energy/energy-bills-soar-in-shift-from-coal-power-stations/news-story/f04ff69323c798fc05097e98defa858e

    .Victorian coal generators will also face increased royalty costs this year, with the subsidy intended on making renewable energy more attractive rising to 22.8c a gigajoule for companies mining brown coal from 7.6c, netting the government about $250 million over four years.

    The Minerals Council’s Victorian executive director, Gavin Lind, said the brown coal royalty increases introduced by the Andrews government were harmful and ignored the practicalities of the electricity market.

    Take away subsidies and solar could not compete

  170. June 29, 2017 7:06 pm

    An emergency summit of 300 infectious diseases experts in Melbourne on Thursday is calling for recognition that antibiotic-resistant superbugs are a major patient safety issue, and is seeking a commitment to establish a national coordinating authority.

    Only Tasmania now requires mandatory reporting of superbugs, Grayson said.

    Twicher #AMR17

    https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2017/jun/29/disease-experts-call-for-greater-effort-to-fight-the-spread-of-superbugs

    # ,, at least guardian and AlJazeera will tell us some of this stuff armchair

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