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 Twiggy Forrest is reliant on China’s business

13.10.21.  Multi billionaire Twiggy Forrest has huge ties with China as much of his great wealth comes from China. Last year Forest did a large suck-up to Beijing. On 6PR  Forrest suggested that the coronavirus may not have come from China. China has even blamed the US, and Forrest said it could have come from Australia or Britain. It shouldn’t surprise that Forrest has to protect his income from China as he would understand how the bullies in Beijing retaliate against those that don’t grovel at the CCP’s feet.
Establishing a nuclear industry in order to reach a net-zero target is not “necessary”, according to Fortescue Future Industries’ Boss Andrew Forrest. “I just don’t think it’s necessary when you’ve looked at all the renewable energy that Australia and the world has,” Mr Forrest told Sky News Australia.
“We have so many thousands of times more energy which is fully renewable, which uranium isn’t, than this world, the Anthropocene will ever need.

Nuclear not ‘necessary’ to reach net-zero in Australia: Andrew Forrest

Mr Forrest said the problem with uranium as a fuel, or the nuclear industry, is “that you’re not going to avoid the process flowchart which brings the enrichment up toward weapons-grade.
“And now, that’ll lead to a clean world, but I think a pretty unsafe world.
“I don’t want to leave that to our kids when we’ve got such a phenomenal option which is completely renewable, green, zero pollution energy and products which will leave the world a safe place and pollution-free environment.”

Source: Sky News


{ 11 comments… add one }
  • Thunder 13/10/2021, 5:53 am

    Come on Twiggy……….what’s your CCP Number ?

  • Disgruntled 13/10/2021, 6:19 am

    Twiggy, the super suck-hole!

    One must always look at or in the back pocket to see the opinions that he puts forward!

  • Ian 13/10/2021, 6:42 am

    Twiggy speaks out of his rectum.

    Fuel for a nuclear plant is typically enriched from 0.7%, (natural levels of U235), up to 3.5% to 5%. Nuclear weapons, using U require at least 20%.

    Even a simple idiot could have looked that and should have before opening their mouth.

    And using the make believe age, the anthropocene, is a clear sign of someone who speaks without any comprehension of science or the earth’s history.

    Clearly Twiggy should get back to being china’s lapdog and keep his face out of the real world where people need employment and a domestic manufacturing industry.

    Twiggy, stick to digging in the dirt. Australia needs to be more than the world’s dirt pile and clearly you are not in the solution path. Stand back and let the adults play.

  • Albert 13/10/2021, 8:06 am

    Watched that smarmy piece of work on teevs last night spewing out his love for China. If or when a stoush with china begins people like Forrest should be rounded up, locked up and have their wealth confiscated by the Federal Government.
    Oh, and renewables in the form of solar panels and windmills are very far from making a pollution free environment. In fact they dirty up the environment in a very dangerous fashion.

  • Lorraine 13/10/2021, 8:14 am

    I once admired Mr Forrest, that was a few years ago, since then he can give his wealth to where ever , for any good cause he sees fit, and I see him as the worst of the Australian Business man, How wealthy do these people want to be……What $dollar figure meets their needs……Greed is good ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,left over from the 80’s,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, alive and well in 2021. the big reset for the greedy billionaires

  • Botswana O'Hooligan 13/10/2021, 8:47 am

    He is carrying on the family tradition of bastardry for the original edition had the capital of WA changed from Albany to Perth because the original bloke had extensive land holdings around Perth. Albany has the most magnificent harbour and a very pleasant climate.

  • JK. 13/10/2021, 9:06 am

    I watched that bit of waffle by twiggy, he must have the same speech writer as Scomo, full of hot air and never any facts as to how they will achieve all these wild promisses. And I’m very dissapointed at these interviewers who let them get away with their bull shit or are they in on it ???

    • Disgruntled 13/10/2021, 1:38 pm

      Nah mate. it’s the Qld. duck’s spinners; He was over here with Annastasia in Gladstone setting up a real big venture recently!

  • DT 13/10/2021, 1:55 pm

    Last night on Sky businessman Dick Smith explained why Australia needs a larger population but not too much larger.

    The point I make here is his comment that the very high wealth people want huge populations for wealth creation business purposes and don’t really concern themselves with the downside and the adverse impact on the lives of the not wealthy people.

    It is the same in my opinion with renewables, net zero emissions, electric cars, etc. Politics of climate hoax, crony capitalists, politics and money.

  • DT 13/10/2021, 2:03 pm

    I wonder why (no I don’t) the UK has ordered from Rolls Royce several modular nuclear generators?

    Small factory unit dimensions generators that can be located all around our nation.

    Last night late I watched part of a program on trucking in Australia and was amused when a fuel tanker delivered to an Outback Aborigine Land Council electricity station, diesel powered generators that the employee on site said needs 10,000 litres of fuel every week. A perfect modular nuclear generator location and zero emissions, zero fuel deliveries and emissions.

    Coastal people who have not travelled inland do not realise that most of the electricity there where there is no electricity grid is generated with diesel fuelled generators. Roadhouses, mine sites, others. All nuclear modular candidates.

    So why not wind turbines and solar with batteries? Because they are unreliable.

  • Tony+H 13/10/2021, 11:03 pm

    Forrest is a traitor and in the back pocket of China!
    We are cutting our noses off despite our faces and plunging our country into economic peril! No one is asking what the likes of Forrest are getting!

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