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Jones/Taylor interview on Paris

Jones/Taylor interview on Paris
MM is beginning to believe Scott Morrison is still supping the Turnbull Kool-Aid. The PM has a new pet buzz-phrase to suit his new PM-ship, “in a canter”—too easy! Angus Taylor used it also. It’s groupthink afflicted crap like Labor’s “party” becoming, “pardee.” We now worry about Taylor and the Turnbull tentacle reach!

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  • Muphin 05/09/2018, 6:58 am

    Audio 1) The refusal of Angus Taylor to state that the Morrison Government will abandon the Paris agreement and remove renewable energy subsidies tells it all – Scott Morrison is a clone of Malcolm Turnbull.

    Audio 2) To put it politely, Angus Taylor is obeying the orders of Malcolm Turnbull, via his mouth piece Scott Morrison, both are full of merde.

    If Turnbulls clone wants to win the coming election he MUST drop Paris and renewable energy subsidies.

    • ibbit 05/09/2018, 9:02 am

      Could not agree with you more. I wonder how long it will be before the cheer leaders for these bods wake up to the fact that they fully intend to carry on Turnbull’s policies with a little crumb of something else thrown in around the edges – like not raising the pension age – today’s papers.
      I can’t trust Morrison, he was too deeply embedded with Turnbull’s rubbish. Leopards don’t change their spots – do they?

  • Graham Richards 05/09/2018, 7:24 am

    From day one I’ve never & will never trust Freydenberg, Taylor was basically an unknown so reserved my judgement. Morrison because of his work as immigration minister was sort of “OK.
    Having heard Taylor one recoils from the well learned style of Waffling. He’s really learned well & this immediately sends the warning bells into action. Obviously he has no intention of doing anything about changing policies. Any questions are simply answered, like a badly programmed automaton,” I will reduce prices of energy”. He won’t reduce prices as long as the policies remain unchanged, which is exactly what everyone wants from Morrison down! All they’re doing is laying on on more bullshit using a different waffling mouthpiece. You’ll notice Freydeberg won’t be allowed to comment lest the “natives” see thru their duplicitous objectives.
    Morrison is now showing his true colours, simply from the company he’s keeping. So he’s also off my Xmas card list not to mention my how to vote Card!
    We’re back where we started folks, only the players have moved around to confuse you.
    Very similar to moving the deck chairs around the Titanic.

    • DT 05/09/2018, 7:37 am

      Similar waffle was presented on Sky yesterday, a spokeswomen for the AEMO who made excuse after excuse for high electricity prices but not once admitted that the key issue is wind and solar so called renewables and the way the owners are subsidised, or more correctly have a licence to steal consumer’s monies.

      And of course behind RET is Paris Treaty carbon dioxide targeting, who believes that CO2 is a pollutant?

      Alan Jones of Sydney Radio 2GB interviewed Josh Freydenberg and told him he was a fraud, that he had told Alan while standing in his own home yard that man-made global warming climate change is “crap”.

      They all know that it’s “crap”, a hoax based on false data, doctored data.

      • flav1945 05/09/2018, 1:14 pm

        Too true DT. We all know it’s “crap” … but the problem seems to be that some
        60% of the brainwashed and gullible public don’t. Most 18-35 year olds have
        been totally indoctrinated into this climate change sham much to the discredit of
        our schools and universities. Both major parties know that to reverse their
        policies on climate change would be political suicide. I get the feeling though that
        the LNP could well be a lot closer to denial of this “crap” than we all believe ?
        Am I just living in hope … let’s wait and see?

    • Muphin 05/09/2018, 7:39 am

      Said from day one of the Morrison ascendancy he is a CLONE of Turnbull.

      The majority of Morrison’s Ministers are EX Turnbull Ministers – nothing has changed except the chairs on the Titanic have been shifted.

      • luk1955 06/09/2018, 6:46 am

        M, I think most of us here saw that SM is a turncoat quisling clone. The major unitary party is alive and well and continuing on its steamroller path to destroying Australia.

  • Xword 05/09/2018, 7:36 am

    Couldn’t agree more … that slight twisted mouth expression on Scomo’s well-fed face is reaction to you-know-who’s hand up his clacker

  • angry 05/09/2018, 9:04 am
  • Dave 05/09/2018, 11:53 am

    Better to fight on your feet then die on your knees.
    Sorry Morrison, Taylor and soft liberals, Malcolm’s still pulling the strings.
    You can’t even stand up and do what the people want and rid us of the Paris agreement.
    You’ll be as much to blame as labor when they wipe the floor with you and go full steam ahead with the Paris nation Destroying policies.
    You stated you worked in the industry, no wonder were screwed.
    You know Better but haven’t got the ticker to stand up and do the right thing for the country by dropping the Paris agreement.
    Looks to me the lot of you are already on your knees.

  • Albert 05/09/2018, 1:37 pm

    That newest in the long line of Turnbull sock puppets would have us believe that he is the second coming who will lower electricity prices. From my point of view – a load of horse-droppings.
    He won’t commit to giving Paris the flick; he won’t commit to scrapping renewable subsidies and his reaction and answers to Alan Jones’ question about nuclear power should tell us he will not entertain the idea.
    What we are getting from this particular sock puppet is more of Turnbull’s Mushroom Treatment, i.e., keep them in the dark and feed them bullshit.

    • luk1955 06/09/2018, 6:49 am

      I will predict that electricity prices will be minimum of 50 Cents per kwh within 24 months. For us. Industry may still be less than 20 cents per kwh but most industries will be gone by then. only the big guys will be left, feasting on our bankruptcies.

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