Wind Industry Corruption in NSW: Maurice Newman Lifts the Lid

A must read.

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Maurice Newman was the former head of Deutsche Bank, the ABC and ASX so you’d think he might know a thing or two about economics and business. Maurice doesn’t mince his words about these things: calling wind power “a crime against the people” (see our post here).

Maurice has also previously made the connection between spiralling power costs – being driven by the insanely expensive and utterly pointless Renewable Energy Target – and the death of manufacturing in Australia (see our post here).

Before Malcolm Turnbull’s coup did in Tony Abbott as PM, Maurice acted as chairman of the Prime Minister’s Business Advisory Council.

One notable feature of Turnbull’s time in office is his reluctance to appear on Alan Jone’s Breakfast Show. Probably due to Jone’s ability to go for the jugular, it’s a case of Malcolm ‘Timid’ Turnbull.

On the eve of an election where…

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Australian Election 2016 – Prime Minister Turnbull’s Powerful New Greens Advisor: For A Carbon Tax And Big Spending

For the first time in my life I will NOT be voting for the Liberal/Nat coalition on July 2. And I will continue to not vote for them until conservative values are restored within the party.

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Bolt New 01By Andrew Bolt ~

Australia’s Turnbull Government ministers and influential backbenchers at first did not believe me when I reported that Malcolm Turnbull had quietly had a Greens candidate, Lin Hatfield Dodds, made one of the deputy secretaries of his Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet, in charge of his social policy.

Incredible, but true.

Here is how Hatfield Dodd’s job was first advertised, suggesting the power this Greens candidate will now have with Turnbull, whose slogans shape the job description:

CO2 TaxThe Deputy Secretary, Social Policy works collaboratively across the public service, industry and academia to provide whole of government advice to the Prime Minister on a range of social policy issues, including health, education, immigration, social services and gender equality. The Deputy Secretary provides advice to the Prime Minister on major Commonwealth initiatives…

In concert with the Deputy Secretary, Economic, and the Deputy Secretary, Innovation and Transformation…

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2015/2016 El Nino Not Linked To Global Warming, Says Former IPCC Vice-Chairman

Watts Up With That?

Global Cooling In The Works

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The current El Nino phenomenon that has brought prolonged drought and sweltering heat to Malaysia is the strongest of the 20 over the last 60 years, but there is no concrete evidence to link its heat intensity to global warming, says former IPCC vice-chairman. Climatologist and oceanographer Prof Dr Fredolin Tangang of Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia said this year’s El Nino was even more extreme than the severe phenomena experienced in 1982/82 and 1997/98. “There is no conclusive evidence that the occurrence of El Nino (frequency and intensity) is influenced by climate change,” said Tangang, who had served from 2008 to 2015 as vice-chairperson of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), a United Nations agency.

The IPCC, which comprises representatives from 190 countries, produces a report every six to seven years on the trend of global climate change, its causes and impacts and how to…

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UK Heatwave Nothing Unusual

NOT A LOT OF PEOPLE KNOW THAT

By Paul Homewood

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http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/uk-weather-how-long-heatwave-7929983

What is it about our weather that makes our media lose all sense of proportion? Already we have the Mirror claiming:

Britain has just enjoyed its warmest May day for four years, with experts saying this summer could be the hottest in 40 years.

So how hot has it been in the last few days? Yesterday the CET mean temperature reached 18.0C, the highest so far this month. But in comparison with other years, this is remarkably unremarkable.

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Common Sense Prevails: Poland to Ban Wind Power

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Over-run by these things, faced with thousand of furious neighbours demanding an end to the onslaught, and spiralling power costs, Poland has mounted an enormous about face: where wind power was the flavour of the month for a year or two, it’s about to be targeted with an outright ban.

WARNING: in following this piece you’ll need to turn your volume down – the howling from the wind industry’s parasites and the eco-fascist cheer squad, Greenpeace soon becomes deafening.

Poland’s New Right-Wing Rulers Want To Effectively Ban Wind Power
Fastcoexist
Charlie Sorrel
21 April 2016

Last year, Poland was the second-biggest installer of wind power in Europe—but a new proposal could halt this progress.

Poland, the eighth-biggest consumer of coal in the world, may outlaw wind power. New draft legislation from the right-wing government doesn’t ban wind turbines outright, but as you’ll see, its terms make building new turbines…

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Common Sense Prevails: Poland to Ban Wind Power

STOP THESE THINGS

polish wind farm

Over-run by these things, faced with thousand of furious neighbours demanding an end to the onslaught, and spiralling power costs, Poland has mounted an enormous about face: where wind power was the flavour of the month for a year or two, it’s about to be targeted with an outright ban.

WARNING: in following this piece you’ll need to turn your volume down – the howling from the wind industry’s parasites and the eco-fascist cheer squad, Greenpeace soon becomes deafening.

Poland’s New Right-Wing Rulers Want To Effectively Ban Wind Power
Fastcoexist
Charlie Sorrel
21 April 2016

Last year, Poland was the second-biggest installer of wind power in Europe—but a new proposal could halt this progress.

Poland, the eighth-biggest consumer of coal in the world, may outlaw wind power. New draft legislation from the right-wing government doesn’t ban wind turbines outright, but as you’ll see, its terms make building new turbines…

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Study: extreme cold from climate change may have killed off Neanderthals

‘Climate Change’ 40,000 years ago?! Cars and coal weren’t around then, so how is this possible?

Watts Up With That?

New research suggests climate change may have contributed to extinction of Neanderthals

Reconstruction of the head of the Shanidar 1 fossil, a Neanderthal male who lived c. 70,000 years ago (John Gurche 2010) Reconstruction of the head of the Shanidar 1 fossil, a Neanderthal male who lived c. 70,000 years ago (John Gurche 2010)

From the UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO DENVER

A researcher at the University of Colorado Denver has found that Neanderthals in Europe showed signs of nutritional stress during periods of extreme cold, suggesting climate change may have contributed to their demise around 40,000 years ago.

Jamie Hodgkins, a zooarchaeologist and assistant professor in the Department of Anthropology at CU Denver, analyzed the remains of prey animals and found that Neanderthals worked especially hard to extract every calorie from the meat and bones during colder time periods. Her results were published in the Journal of Human Evolution last week.

Hodgkins examined bones discovered in caves once inhabited by Neanderthals in southwestern France for marks demonstrating how the carcasses of deer…

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