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  • bushwanker 16/08/2018, 10:25 am

    Congratulations to Senator Fraser Anning and his KAP supporters and shame on Pauline Hanson for her lack of support for him. Shame on ambulance chaser Derryn Hinch for the faux outrage & hand wringing.

    • Bh 16/08/2018, 2:05 pm

      Yes, agree,

    • Pensioner Pete 18/08/2018, 5:45 am

      bw: I agree, and Pauline Hanson won no friends joining the entourage hissy fitting at the selectively misquoted speech by Fraser Anning, something she is fully aware of given the crap occurring post her first parliamentary speech. Then, Pauline Hanson has an axe to grind with Fraser Anning, however, this was not the way for payback.

  • DT 16/08/2018, 1:10 pm

    Those who listened to the Radio 2GB interview with Professor David Flint below heard his recommendation that former pastoral lands, now national parks, be opened for drought relief grazing.

    Alan Jones has challenged Chairman Mal on 2GB to deny allegations from other Hunter Valley farmers that his several properties are using the long paddock, public land to graze his herds of Black Angus Cattle.

    Mr Harbourside Mansion can surely afford stock feed while many or most of his neighbours cannot and are struggling with the very poor drought relief from government.

    • Joe Blogs 16/08/2018, 6:57 pm

      To real cockies, farming’s in their blood and it’s their life’s work.

      To Trumble, it’s just a tax dodge.

  • Pensioner Pete 20/08/2018, 6:00 am

    Should there be any doubt by friends and family about the intent if the Moslems within Australia, this situation should cause a bit of a rethink.
    Islamic leaders Dr Mustapha Kara-Ali and Diaa Kara-Ali accused of illegal land clearing claims his group is exempt from Australian law.
    ABC Report???? (How can this be?) Link refers: http://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-08-18/islamic-leader-accused-of-land-clearing-claims-exempt-from-law/10133930

    • DT 20/08/2018, 8:08 am

      They believe their share is our sharia too.

  • Gregoryno6 22/08/2018, 10:16 am

    Stefan Molyneux’s speech in Perth has finally made it to the internet!

  • Lorraine 22/08/2018, 7:17 pm

    sky news tells that the Dutton has the numbers , how good is that. There may be a meeting tonight or in the morning. Goodbye Turnbull the worst PM that the Liberals have ever served under. Turnbull the man that only believed in himself. Had no vision for us or Australia.

    • 1735099 25/08/2018, 6:11 am

      That worked out well, didn’t it? A bizarre example of incompetence fueled by treachery.

  • DT 23/08/2018, 5:17 am
    • Joe Blogs 23/08/2018, 8:28 am

      DT, 20-odd years ago, a mate who knew her described her as a “seriously intelligent ….”.

  • DT 23/08/2018, 6:50 am

    Immigration numbers explode on Terminal’s watch, Mrs Terminal deeply involved in creating a bigger Sydney plan with high-rise to accommodate many more residents, crony capitalism on display as property developers and investors prepare for the next wave of opportunities arising.

    Family companies and trusts.

    The plan provides for replacement of single dwellings on large blocks of land with multiple occupancy dwellings, underground roads and railways (already underway or completed) and much more.

    The Sydney Basin has limited potential for expansion restricted by the Great Dividing Range (Blue Mountains) to the west and rivers and national parks north and south so the land in between, minus the new international airport in the west, will be a gold mine for developers and builders.


  • JG 23/08/2018, 1:37 pm

    Things are bad in the Libs caused by the ego driven Turnshit. However wait till Bull Shitten gets the keys unions will run the country and we will all be bought down to the lowest denominator. Inheratance tax, Neg gearing scrapped,open borders,super returns depleted, likely private health rebate scrapped, Naru people moved to Australia and along come the boats, renewable target up to 50%, power bills through the roof, business close or leave Australia, jobs lost and that is just ther start.
    Australia soon to become third world socialist country. Shame on Turnshit and the two faced back stabbing Bull Shitten. Neither are leaders.
    Australia RIP

  • Gregoryno6 23/08/2018, 3:08 pm

    There are moments of comedy amid the drama. Bill Shorten told the media that the Liberals look like ‘a family headed for divorce’. Not the best metaphor to throw at your opponents, Bill, considering that you walked out on your wife and kids to hook up with the former Governor General’s daughter.

    • Joe Blogs 23/08/2018, 3:20 pm

      … whom you had impregnated and who subsequently left her husband and kids(?) for a useless, lying heap of union crap – you.

      • DT 23/08/2018, 3:25 pm

        And the Young Labor one sided union, and the staffer, and ….

  • Lorraine 23/08/2018, 5:25 pm

    Reynolds has grief so many wounds to the Liberal Party,,,,who gives a sh.., its not about Malcolm Turnbull he still stays around like a bad smell at the fishmongers…..Do they remember what they did to Tony Abbott , we want Turnbull gone. and he stays , hangs on by his fingernails, what a true pain. Go our new PM Peter Dutton…

  • Clarion Call 23/08/2018, 7:58 pm

    Head for the hills, dear Malcolm, dear Malcolm. Now we’ll probably witness the ‘revenge of the nerd’. He ain’t going to take this lying down. Sly fireworks in -coming!

    • Lorraine 23/08/2018, 9:32 pm

      the smartest man in the room, with no morals just pure bastard.

  • Phil 23/08/2018, 9:43 pm

    People get the government they deserve.
    Voters, take the time to consider who you should vote for. Not just the guy who has his own teeth and a full head of hair.
    This is not Big brother, this is your livelihood and the life of your children at stake.

  • Pensioner Pete 24/08/2018, 4:36 am

    PP regrets not taking up the recent offer of a flight to the cesspit with mate Lee. Buggar. If ever Lee was needed, this is the day.

  • Margaret 24/08/2018, 8:38 am

    Paul Murray Live last night the record was corrected. Peter Dutton asked for a pause in Parliamentary proceedings. It was Malcolm Turnbull who shut down Question Time. Turnbull blames someone else for his cowardly decisions.

  • Joe Blogs 24/08/2018, 8:58 am

    Meanwhile …

    When you’ve cleaned the vomit off your shoes after the main photo, check out “seeker of truth’s” comments – if you’re game.

    • TommyGun 25/08/2018, 5:32 pm

      Ewwww! I see what you mean.

      Shameful and sickening.
      You can imagine what the original Diggers would think of this crap!

  • TommyGun 24/08/2018, 9:01 am

    TG just got back from overseas. To this mess! Makes me want to get back on the plane!

    Turnbull. What a specimen. Demanding a “list of names” of those who would vote him out. Laying landmines for his potential successor. Throwing every barrier he can at his pursuers. Threatening to bring down the government by petulantly leaving if he loses.
    Showing his true colours, as we all on MM could see, ever since he surfaced.

    What astonishes me is that there are still people out there in “La La Land” who think he is just wonderful!

  • DT 24/08/2018, 9:16 am

    A woman phoned Alan Jones at Radio 2GB this morning I read and appraised him of the UN Agendas including the latest attacks on sovereignty of our nation signed by Bishop recently.

    Jones was not aware of it but promised that he will research the subject and report to his audience as soon as possible.

    It’s only been creeping up on us since the 1950s Alan.

  • Tom 24/08/2018, 11:30 am

    Is there someone out here with a creative streak? This is simply begging to be done to give a Morning Mail slant to the Fall of Malcolm.


  • Lorraine 24/08/2018, 12:55 pm

    The Liberal Party has put Scott Morrison , as PM what a bad move Scott has been 2nd to Turnbull in all the rotten decision, so is there a new way or business as usual. Business as usual will not cut it Peter Dutton was a breath of fresh air a very decent man.

  • Graham Richards 24/08/2018, 1:05 pm

    Not good enough. Morrison & Freydenburg will keep pushing the Paris & NEG barrels.
    Not voting Liberal for another 3 years.

  • Lorraine 24/08/2018, 1:06 pm

    Gee Scotty rejected the loyal deputy Julie Bishop and got Josh the NEG expert.
    we are no better off

  • Lorraine 24/08/2018, 1:10 pm

    will MAlcolm torch the place , there is a mobility aid in the corridor wonder if that is for old Malcolm ,love to see him ride off into the sunset on that

  • Lorraine 24/08/2018, 1:12 pm

    the conservatives and Peter Dutton did all the hard work to get rid of Turnbull. and the Party room did not reward them.

  • DT 24/08/2018, 1:38 pm

    Comment from JoNova Science regular contributor TdeF;

    August 24, 2018 at 2:08 pm · Reply
    Also Morrison is a strong performer and not the enemy of anyone, which is why he was elected.
    Because of his divisive ministry with immigration, Dutton was slimed by the press. I can understand it would take too long to rehabilitate his image.

    So if they are to now work together to fix the mess Malcolm made and get back in front within six months, they need everyone one board. New policies, new directions, new bosses.

    So much depends now on the ministry, Dutton, Abbott and the actual ministries. You can tell the intentions from what happens there. A complete shakeup is needed. Policies, ministries, directions.

    I would not despair until you see the cabinet and the assignments. Especially if they listen to Abbott, which would never be permitted by Turnbull. Whatever Abbott wanted, Malcolm went in the other direction.

    We might see a conservative party reemerge from the ruins.

    The other question is whether the Nationals start crossing sides and people like Julie Bishop throw in the towel too, having missed her last shot at being PM.

    This is not over yet. Tantrums and chairs have still to be thrown in a one seat parliament.”

  • Clarion Call 24/08/2018, 1:50 pm

    Five Faces Morrison who expertly dangles both legs each side of the fence with aplomb, and a false smile, will be one of those short-term PMs. But he won’t get all the perks when he and the Libs head for the exit next year. At least we’re rid of his eminence, the emperor and a willing UN spear thrower, Malfumble Dumbledown. He’ll be busy plotting his revenge on those who voted him down. Especially Tony Abbott and Co. Aussie politics has just won the International Joke of the Year award. Again. But as they say: ‘whatever it takes….’

    • Pensioner Pete 25/08/2018, 4:11 am

      CC: Agreed ScoMo will be short term. LNP may still have a chance come next elections and should Abbott and Dutton gain senior Ministerial roles chances of re-election are enhanced. Not the best outcome yesterday but not the worst either.

  • Aktosplatz 24/08/2018, 2:12 pm

    Scott Morrison and Josh Frydenberrg have been Turnbull’s ‘Yes-Men’.

    And therefore we signed up to the Paris Agreement and now the NEG.

    What will these two ‘Yes Men’ do now?

    You never know, they may change direction; I realise it’s a faint hope but still.

    The election is less than a year away so the pressure is on them – if it becomes clear Turnbull’s policies are unchanged then they will lose to Labor in 2019.

    Turnbull was bad enough, but it’s his policies doing the damage. Frydenberg represented those UN Climate change policies.

    Will this change or not?

    • 1735099 25/08/2018, 6:15 am

      “And therefore we signed up to the Paris Agreement and now the NEG.”
      And the signature on the Paris agreement was Tony Abbott’s – Just saying….

    • Aktosplatz 26/08/2018, 8:14 pm

      I notice the Paris Agreement was signed off in December 2915 when Turnbull was PM..

      • 1735099 28/08/2018, 7:27 am

        Wow – Paris agreement still in place 900 years from now!
        It matters not who was PM in 2015 (which is what I think you meant), the original cabinet decision was Abbott’s and he made no noise about it until fairly recently. The man is a lying opportunist – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5BO5wQHYSdY

    • Aktosplatz 28/08/2018, 8:24 am

      @1735099 – your original claim was that Abbott’s signature was on The Paris Agreement; now you correct that to say the original decision was now Abbott’s and then make the incredible statement that it really didn’t matter who the PM was at the time.

      I have to give it to you – I cannot reply to such arrant nonsense,nor will I – this topic is closed.

      It is clear that you are just an attention-seeking troll.

  • Dave 24/08/2018, 2:16 pm

    What did we get, Malcolm’s right hand man and josh the NEG, REEF WARRIOR.
    They’ll talk different policies, but will not change a thing.

  • Albert 24/08/2018, 2:27 pm

    I have no faith in Scott Morrison and even less in Josh Freydenberg. I believe that replacing Turnbull with Morrison the Liberal party have swapped one Turnbull for another. Josh ‘Mr Speaker’ Freydenberg will most assuredly carry on with the UN/IPCC climate change nonsense throwing as much money at it as directed by the UN.

  • Cliff 24/08/2018, 4:11 pm

    I fear that the new(?) Liberal team will just continue with the same policies that Team Turnbull forced upon a largely unwilling electorate. Sincerely hope I am wrong.

    • Bushkid 24/08/2018, 9:50 pm

      Nothing’s changed Cliff, except that the disgusting Trumble is gone.
      Trouble is, his sock-puppets Morrison and Frydenburg are installed as he wanted. If he can’t be king, he was always going to ensure his will would continue to be done.
      The rest of the mongrels are still there, and see no need to change direction. We’re still headed for the cliff (pardon me) marked economic ruin, and they’ll still push the CAGW/UN/renewables bandwagon right on over it. They still don’t understand that this is one of them major stumbling blocks that tripped Turnbull.
      Another is the latest UN rubbish about removing sovereignty, wanting to force “immigration” free for all on us. Bishop would sign up to that in a heartbeat, she’s after a UN post after she’s finished stuffing up Australia.

      • Gregoryno6 25/08/2018, 9:41 am

        Meet the new boss, same as the old boss.
        I can’t see Morrison as anything but Turnbull’s Mini Me.
        And I wouldn’t be surprised if Mal changes his tune about leaving Parliament. He’s said he will quit ‘not before too long’, whatever that means – it sounds like a cue to his electorate to come out in a show of ‘massive support’. Malcolm, don’t go! they cried.
        Rudd, Gillard, Rudd. Turnbull, Morrison, Turnbull isn’t impossible. Especially given Malcolm’s Kevin-sized ego.

  • Henry 24/08/2018, 4:29 pm

    Look, chill it. Don’t worry because of the caliber of the rest. The main thing is that the unpredicable happened and Turnbull is gone.
    What better chance to build a big stack of old tyres set them alight, turn on every light a d rejoice.
    And think of this
    Lucy called Malcolm during the day and asked him to pick up some organic vegetables for that night’s dinner on his way home. He arrived at the store and began to search all over for organic vegetables before finally asking the produce guy where they were. The produce guy didn’t know what he was talking about, so Malcolm said: “These vegetables are for my wife. Have they been sprayed with poisonous chemicals?” To which the produce guy replied, “No, sir, you will have to do that yourself.”

    • Margaret 24/08/2018, 5:43 pm

      Well said, Henry.
      I am relieved that Turnbull is no longer PM. He was devisive IMO.
      I am disappointed that Peter Dutton did not win.
      The bonus was that Julie Bishop is no longer deputy PM also.

      I will wait and see how Scott Morrison and Josh Frydenberg do their job. I doubt that they will be able to win back the conservative base but perhaps they don’t want to?

  • Lorraine 24/08/2018, 6:35 pm

    all the reporters are wondering why this has happened …..lets remind them the NEG the Paris agreement and Turnbull trying to foist it into law. That’s what got the conservatives fired up. Turnbull backed down 3 times twice on the NEG and once on the company Tax cut , we all could see Turnbull thought this was ok sell us a lemon and when the sour taste hits one and all he handed. everyone spoons of sugar but you must vote for me. .Turnbull had just messed up again called a ballot and the rest is history

  • TommyGun 24/08/2018, 6:56 pm

    And Australia has a Jew as Treasurer!
    Who’d ever have thought it?
    He should run a tight ship…

    • 1735099 25/08/2018, 6:18 am

      A rabid antisemite displaying his true colours….

      • Joe Blogs 25/08/2018, 9:39 am

        Wrong again, Sad Sack – but you constantly display your true colours as a frustrated useful idiot who takes irrelevance and rejection badly.

      • TommyGun 25/08/2018, 9:59 am

        You couldn’t be further from the truth, but don’t let that worry you.
        Jews are renowned for their sense of humor; principally poking fun at themselves.

      • Neville 26/08/2018, 12:52 am

        What, 1735099? Just coz you saw the word ‘jew’?
        Bit of projection going on there, maaaaate?

  • Clarion Call 24/08/2018, 9:08 pm

    Don’t worry, TG, Fried’nburgenstein will get the best possible price for Australia when he sells us out to the mob overseas. Probably more so than Trumblebum could have.

  • DT 25/08/2018, 2:02 pm

    Soon to be Treasurer Freidenberg sighted with former Treasurer Costello at a Melbourne cafe this morning, Saturday.

  • Joe Blogs 25/08/2018, 3:33 pm
  • Lorraine 26/08/2018, 10:42 am

    The stick insect may be going to quit, she got 11 votes from the party room out of 85 just shows we had her measure as well on MM . They keep telling us what a great Minister she has been, REALLY, I could hand out money also especially to the Gillard friends the Clinton foundations the Un special cases. oh yeah she was great

    • Lorraine 26/08/2018, 4:59 pm

      Hell has no fury like Julia scorned, much like Malcolm.
      Another wrecker in John McCain, hard to speak ill of the dead, but he was not a nice person.

  • DT 27/08/2018, 4:12 pm



    GBRF $444 million recently, read all about the ADF links.

    Think Clinton Foundation sticky fingers into UN member nation wealth and Australian government contributions.

    Now consider the objectives of Chairman Mal to take control of the Liberal Party and get rid of the National Party, merge with Green Labor and form one major party with no real opposition.

    In 2006 writing in The Bulletin Magazine (Mal worked there years ago as journalists, in fact Editor Trevor Kennedy and Mal invested into Ozmail and made small fortunes when it was sold by its founder) journalist Max Walsh warned readers that the Union Movement had completed a corporate-style takeover of the ALP. Of course the ALP represents unions but the takeover gave the unions absolute control and they installed union trained executives into safe Labor seats, Bill Shorten former AWU executive for example.

    Walsh wrote that the main objective was to control Australian governments federal and state.

    Chairman Mal has the same objective and wants the same, the new Union Labor Inc with Clinton Foundation links and business plan?

    Then consider globalism and the UN based agendas including redistribution of the wealth of developed member nations, ending free market capitalism that made the developed world prosperous, crony capitalism along the way to a new world order. Chairman Mal’s once stated method is “gradualness” the socialist Fabian Society way.

    In my mind at least the approaching disaster for us is becoming clearer.

    On 2GB today Tony Abbott remarked that he did not want to discuss the end days of PM Mal but said the assassin was finished. Well that’s the short version. Abbott who wanted to save the Liberal Party, political enemy of fellow Rhodes Scholar Turnbull since university days. Astute PM Tony Abbott who in 2015 commented that he will not stand for socialism masquerading as environmentalism.

    Maybe the stealth attack is coming to an end, but then there is the Shorten Union Labor Party, business associates and political partners to deal with next.

    Comments would be appreciated including any additional information.

  • DT 27/08/2018, 4:51 pm

    Paris Treaty based NEG to go ahead.

    Dust has settled, all good.

    • angry 28/08/2018, 6:51 pm

      NEG === CARBON TAX.

  • Clarion Call 27/08/2018, 8:27 pm

    Malfeasance Turncoat has gone the way of all tyrants, despots and cronydopes. So we’ve moved the trenches forward just a little. But the withering fire from the trenches of the world globalists/UN will continue unabated. No man’s land still needs to be breached. That will require a degree of steadfastness we’ve yet to show. The standoff continues.

  • angry 28/08/2018, 10:44 am
  • angry 28/08/2018, 10:45 am





    sick and tired of this GLOBAL WARMING BULLSHIT!!@#@$

    • Aktosplatz 29/08/2018, 8:36 am

      The Liberals are finished.

      Now that Turnbull has cut and run, they will run out of money while ScoMo fence-sits on Paris.

  • Xword 28/08/2018, 1:14 pm

    Meanwhile, over at the-finger-on- the-pulse Daily Telegraph a ” leading Sydney security expert has warned that an attack on Sydney’s transport system by terrorists could plunge the city into chaos in a matter of moments.” Thanks scoops, grandpa’s Datsun having a flat tyre on the Warringah Expressway would have exactly the same effect.

  • Graham Richards 28/08/2018, 7:19 pm

    If Morrison & freydenberg are not willing to put their cards on the table regarding Paris, NEG etc they are what is known as obfuscating, in English they’re trying to waffle as per Turnbull style until we get tired and stop asking questions,the hopefully go away. We are obviously not going to comply!!!
    This means the base support is still evaporating at a phenomenal pace. To put it in simple language Mr Morrison you’ll see your arse at the next election. The LNP is flying in ever diminishing circles just like the “ownarse bird” will certainly fly up its own arse.
    this is not the only issue that requires prompt & honest clarification. You know what the issues are & you’d best speak & speak fast & clearly or you’re all toast mate.
    We want to vote for you & your party but you’ll have to earn it. We’re waiting!!!

    • DT 29/08/2018, 5:32 am

      Waiting and angry.

      • 1735099 29/08/2018, 6:38 am

        Hopefully, Morrison will withdraw from the Paris agreement.
        This would ensure the quick demise of his government at the forthcoming federal poll, and ensure the installation of a Labor government, based on ReachTEL polling in Reid, Deakin and Dickson on the weekend.

        “Deakin voters also want the government to stick with the Paris agreement on climate change.
        Just 27.8 per cent of those polled said Australia should withdraw and 62.7 per cent said the nation should stick with its emissions reduction target.”

        Source – https://www.smh.com.au/politics/federal/deakin-voters-turn-on-dutton-plotter-sukkar-in-poll-of-crucial-seats-20180826-p4zzwd.html

    • DT 29/08/2018, 7:09 am

      Reid, Deakin and Dickson suburbs of public service dominated Canberra where unionists are a significant segment of the population. As evidenced by the Labor government Australia Capital Territory.

      Some years ago I spent time with a Greek Ambassador in Africa who had been stationed in Canberra ACT at an earlier time in his diplomatic career. He and his English wife said they enjoyed living there but felt very isolated the world living among people who led sheltered lives. A Japanese diplomat once commented that he was not able to understand why the the national parliament is located so far from the major business centres of Sydney and Melbourne.

      Out here in the private sector we understand that the UN Paris Treaty is a minefield that threatens to ruin the economy of Australia and the citizens. In fact all UN treaties are bad news.

      • DT 29/08/2018, 2:59 pm

        I apologise for my error.

      • DT 29/08/2018, 3:05 pm

        However they are suburbs of Canberra ACT.

  • 1735099 29/08/2018, 8:24 am

    Last time I checked, Reid, Dickson and Deakin are federal electorates.
    Dickson is Peter Dutton’s electorate, Deakin is in Victoria and Reid in NSW.
    None are anywhere near Canberra.

  • Aktosplatz 30/08/2018, 4:51 pm

    How will the Liberals fund their election campaign without Turnbull’s cash?

  • Pensioner Pete 31/08/2018, 5:19 am
  • Aktosplatz 31/08/2018, 8:09 am

    Angus Taylor’s comments on abandoning the RET ( see Bolt’s Blog) look very promising.

    It could well be, ScoMo will keep the Paris Agreement officially, but just ignore it behind the scenes.

    Play them (the UN) at their own game – yes, that would be good.

  • DT 31/08/2018, 1:45 pm

    My Theory

    I read today that the Harbourside Mansion couple own an historical Manhattan New York apartment in a security building, they purchased it in 2012. About the time that PM Rudd was busily completing his lobbying to become the next Secretary General of the United Nations.

    Had Rudd succeeded that would mean that no Australian could be chosen for a very long time as other nationalities were given the position in rotation, UN member nations. And, a very angry Kevin Rudd was very upset when in 2015/16 PM Mansion would not endorse him for the UN appointment.

    I wonder why? After all Opposition Leader Mansion and PM Kevin 747 were colleagues, battling the fictitious man-made global warming climate change hoax to save the planet, emissions trading scheme for example that ended Mansion’s leadership. Could it be that Mansion wants the job?

    So a Manhattan apartment not far from UN HQ was purchased.

    Hundreds of millions of our dollars were squandered by Minister for DFAT Rudd on foreign aid to nations that vote at the UN, and this throwing money exercise was continued by Minister for DFAT Jewellery Bishop, a close friend of Mansion and a Black Hand faction member.

    So now the Mansions are going to New York for a six week holiday, or is it to touch bases with UN officials and fellow crony capitalist globalists to discuss the deteriorating position in Australia of the Paris Treaty objectives and related financial positions?

    And maybe a job?

    • Aktosplatz 31/08/2018, 9:02 pm

      Love the Name… “Mansion”.

  • Pensioner Pete 31/08/2018, 2:29 pm

    Well, I am hornswoggled. David Littleproud, MP, Minister for Agriculture and Water Resources responded to my email regarding the NEG. I have posted in full because of the detail and the reference to the Queensland Labor Government rip off, which he has correctly identified.

    Quote (in full).

    Thank you for taking the time to contact me and raise your concerns in relation to the National Energy Guarantee and electricity prices. I have received a number of emails and phone calls in relation to electricity prices and the National Energy Guarantee (NEG).

    The Coalition Federal Government has put the NEG to bed and is adopting ACCC recommendations to try to lower the cost of electricity bills. I think this is a sensible move.

    One recommendation that will be adopted is Recommendation Four from the ACCC’s recent report on the issue, which involves underwriting dispatchable power. This can include coal and hydro power.

    The government will also consider breaking up big companies which use their market power to charge Australian families high power prices.

    In my statement last week I was very firm: If the big companies won’t play ball, we’ll smack them all over the park. I’m committed to making sure they do not abuse market power to the detriment of our community.

    We’re doing what we can to lower power prices, and it’s now time for the state governments to do their bit.

    The Queensland Government is raking in $1.5 billion a year in dividends from mums and dads at home struggling to pay the bills.

    They’re taxing Queenslanders by stealth. They’re pretending to run an energy company when they’re really fleecing real Queenslanders who have real bills to pay.

    The Queensland Government can reduce Queenslander’s power bills overnight by reducing its charges. Yet it chooses not to.

    Last week, I also called on the Queensland Government to refurbish its Tarong coal-fired power station, near Kingaroy. The ACCC recommendations will allow for the refurbishment of existing power stations.

    This would keep dispatchable baseload power in the grid and also keep hundreds of South Burnett workers in jobs for longer.

    The station said it has enough coal until 2030 but the Queensland Government could shore up South Burnett jobs and extend its life whilst making it more environmentally friendly. The HELE (high efficiency and low emissions) technology is being used right around the world, including China.

    I hope this information alleviates your concerns in regards to the NEG and what this Federal Government is doing to ensure electricity prices are lowered as soon as possible. I will continue to advocate for the residents in my electorate of Maranoa and for regional, rural and remote Australians on this issue.

    If you have any further questions in relation to this issue please phone my Dalby office on 4662 2715.

    Kind regards,


    The Hon David Littleproud MP

    Federal Member for Maranoa

    Minister for Agriculture and Water Resources

    Dalby Office

    57 Cunningham St

    PO Box 641

    DALBY QLD 4405
    Ph: 07 4662 2715

    Roma Office

    63 Arthur St

    PO Box 115

    ROMA QLD 4455

    Ph: 07 4622 7166

    Warwick Office

    Palmerin St

    PO Box 188

    WARWICK QLD 4370

    Ph: 07 4661 2494

    E David.Littleproud.MP@aph.gov.au | w http://www.davidlittleproud.com.au

    • Aktosplatz 31/08/2018, 9:03 pm

      That’s very encouraging PP. Thanks

  • Pensioner Pete 01/09/2018, 7:15 pm
    • TommyGun 01/09/2018, 7:36 pm

      Amazing, isn’t it?
      The immigrants can kill someone and do no wrong and yet, when there are street protests about it; all hell breaks loose to shout down and deride the “Right Wingers”.
      They truck in police by the hundred to stop protests.
      Where were the bloody police when the man was stabbed?

  • Lorraine 04/09/2018, 4:05 pm

    Just watched a rolling video of Malcolm and Loooosy in NY , really millionaires and they look like that. Malcolm need to see a sun lounge, and Loooosy needs a haircut. I have better clothes to wear in the garden.

  • Clarion Call 05/09/2018, 10:18 pm

    Lorrraine, you missed the point with the two ‘ragbaggers’ in Noo York. It is more than likely they are awaiting news from the UN Shyster Building re Australia’s continuing contributions to the climate change money exchange. So, Trumbledown and his gawky missus,Loosley, wisely choose to be incognito during their retreat. Hence the K-Mart ‘disguise’ clobber. Not a good look, eh?

  • Lorraine 06/09/2018, 8:27 am

    every story today is depressing, no comments, no joy , no anger, I think we just accept that the Australia we knew is no more. I am over it all.

  • MM Ed. 06/09/2018, 8:47 am

    Gosh Lorraine, the news is depressing. I hope this puts a smile on your face.
    Did you hear about the cannibal’s daughter, she was ate before she was seven! Te,he!

  • OPA 06/09/2018, 10:14 am

    Prime Minister Morrisson’s Dilemma

    If committed Christians think PM Morrisson’s faith is going to make a difference to how Australia is going to be governed, they could very well be bitterly disappointed! Why? Because the denomination he belongs to, the AOG has forsaken the very purpose for which the Lord established the Church in the first place!
    For nearly 2000 years the Church used to teach their new, born-again, Spirit-filled converts some important principles. First, they were now part of the New Covenant that Jesus Christ had made with the Church, replacing the Old Covenant with the recalcitrant Jews, who’d crucified Him instead.
    The saints were now to corporately function as the world’s Holy Priesthood responsible to be the Lord’s ‘Light to the Nations’ showing their political leaders the right ways to prosper their people economically, socially and spiritually. And because of the rampant sin in the human race, the Church was to be the ‘Salt of the Earth’ to stop society’s otherwise inevitable moral corruption. And as a result of our forefathers’ obedience to their God-given mission, the distinct Christian culture of the West was born.

    In the 1980-ties Morrisson’s denomination, the Assemblies of God, prophesied that the present world order was in its ‘last days’ and the saints would be going to Heaven (in what they called ‘the Rapture) on or before the year 2000. After their departure, the Antichrist would rule the word for seven years and undo everything the Church would still try to do. Then the Lord would return, defeat the Antichrist and rule the world for a thousand years, but not with the now-retired Church, but with whom they called the ‘real’ chosen people, the Jews.

    ‘Therefore there is no point polishing the brass on a sinking ship,’ was a popular saying at the time meaning the world was lost and beyond redemption and teaching the nations the ways of the Lord was a waste of time. So the AOG (now: Australian Christian Churches) encouraged the saints to retreat into their church ghettos to wait for Jesus to come and get them out of the mess the world was turning into.

    It didn’t take long for the godless elite in the nation to catch on and rush in with their destructive ideologies and fill the void the Christians left behind and are presently on behalf of the United Nations organisation, brazenly destroying the last remnants of the 500 year old Christian culture of the West.

    According to the AOG their churches were now relieved of all Earthly responsibilities and had only one mission left, to minister to individual believers and take care of their needs and desires, so they could wait for the coming of the Lord in comfort.

    However, the expected ‘Second Coming of the Lord’ at the turn of the century turned out to be a cruel hoax! All their urging the saints to get ready for the ‘Rapture,’ all the books they published proving the ‘End was Nigh,’ all their prophets preaching about it turned out to be disastrously wrong as the year 2000 came and went and we’re all still here!

    We’re now eighteen years beyond the AOG deadline, and although for that obvious reason the Hillsong, AOG or ACC leadership don’t preach about the second coming any more, they yet still refuse to be the Salt of the Earth, or God’s Light to this nation, ironically leaving it to the apostate Roman Catholic Church as the only one still trying to carry that torch for Christ!

    SSM debate? Not a Peep!
    Late term abortion on demand? Nothing to do with us!
    Euthanasia questions? We don’t have a clue!
    State schools social engineering our youth? Sad for the kids, but what has that to do with us?
    UN push for socialist world government? Uh, Uh, we’re still waiting for Jesus!
    So what do you preach? How by faith to access the world’s good life. A very popular message…..

    Although the church’s leadership shelved these ‘End Times’ doctrines for later, they’re still convinced we are in the last days of the world as we know and therefore still don’t want to get involved. So, as a result, Prime Minister Morrisson can not go to his spiritual leaders for advice on how to govern according to the Lord’s plan and purpose for the nation. All he has open to him in his spiritual ignorance are the same godless, secular options others have tried before him.

    Tragically this lack of understanding will mean Australia will miss a golden opportunity for a sorely needed Christian Reformation and his prime ministership will end in failure just like it did for those who went before him! Unless…..

    Morrisson’s local church, because of the above mentioned doctrinal limitations, most likely will limit themselves to praying for his personal welfare as an individual saint. No doubt all well-meaning and compassionate, but, unless I’m mistaken, that is as far as their teachings allow them to go. Therefore it is essential that those Christians still committed to the Lord’s plan and purpose, do come to Father God in prayer and intercede for our Prime Minister.

    First of all it is vital that Morrisson hears from the Holy Spirit how to lead this nation according to the Lord’s will and second that he will have the faith/courage to obey Him whatever the consequences. If Morrisson could rise just like Moses, Joseph, David or Daniel did in their day when they heard from God, this nation could become the Land of the Holy Spirit, as prophesied by Smiths-Wigglesworth, the early 20th century evangelist and author! (Catch the Fire Ministries)

    And I can just hear Shorten and his cohorts cry out like this:
    Acts 17:6 And when they found them not, they drew Jason and certain brethren unto the rulers of the city, crying, These that have turned the world upside down are come hither also.

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