Press reports on how climate policy killed the ALP

Somewhat over-optimistic reporting from the Global Warming Policy Forum. Reporting on the coverage in the Daily Mail, New York Times, Reuters and Canberra Times. Jo Nova on the same theme.

I would like to think that the ALP is crashing and burning due to their Green climate policy, after all I predicted that 9 years ago but it is still too early to say, especially with the propaganda being planted in schools.

A bonus, a report on the climate zommbies in Hobart (don’t blame me, I left 50 years ago). From a comment in another thread.

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20 Responses to Press reports on how climate policy killed the ALP

  1. Beachcomber

    The Green cancer will continue to grow. Like you say, our schoolchildren are being fully Green indoctrinated; and until it is de-funded, the ABC will never stop campaigning for Green Marxism

  2. RobK

    People want progressive thinking. Not EVs but flying cars like the Jetsons.

  3. Win

    Dear Aimiable Eccentric who falls short of Troppos IQ standards. Well done.

  4. Mother Lode

    This was in the NYT article:

    Even for skeptics, the effects of climate change are becoming harder to deny. Australia just experienced its hottest summer on record. The country’s tropics are spreading south, bringing storms and mosquito-borne illnesses like dengue fever to places unprepared for such problems, while water shortages have led to major fish die-offs in drying rivers.

    Apart from the sheer idiocy of thinking they, warmenistas that they are, could get away with making a strawman sceptic in a warmenista rag in the age of the Internet (when only one sceptic need learn of the article and millions can read it by clicking a mouse), the litany of ‘effects’ we are supposed to be suffering from in Australia shows how either disinformed, or disinformative, they are.

  5. Mark M

    Now, climate policy must threaten the coalition.

    The Morrison government continue to legitimise the failed doomsday global warming scam with their useless 26% target.

    Enough already.

  6. I don’t think it was climate change that drove the election results, it was just one part of the problem.

    Labor and the Greens are completely lost (misinformed) as to who the normal Australian is. The normal Australian doesn’t care or believe in climate change, gender fluidity, false refugees, the fake gender pay gap, welfare for all etc.

    My small township is surrounded by farms and businesses, many of which were established by post WWII migrants who emigrated here in the early 50s and proceeded to bust their guts to establish themselves before bringing their families over to Australia. They then continued to bust their guts to prosper. Their sons and daughters understand what hard work and responsibility means. These are just one example of such group of people throughout the region and Australia overall.

    I talk to these people every week and they see Labor and the Greens out to destroy everything they have worked for and everything they believe in; family, religion, work ethic, community. They don’t want that. Who would?

  7. Whalehunt fun

    And how exactly like the typical idiot lefty is the councilor in that picture. The eyes give him away. Furious hate-filled windows into the mind of a religious bigot. You can tell just by looking at him that he thinks he has his nasty little God on his side.

  8. John Constantine

    A handful of teenage anxious wymynsys activists occupying the human resources department of a multi-billion dollar company can identify dissent with their progressive agenda as a criminal risk for the company once legislation criminalising dissent is introduced.

    Therefore the sobbing commos of human resources can begin building Stasi files on dissenting employees, getting ready for the purges.

    Today, commo human resources demand you do a self critique session before work.

    Next comes the group critique session, where the collective identifies dissenters.

    Next the show trials and the gulags.

    They lost the election, now comes war by other means.

    Comrades.

  9. MACK

    Have a laugh at them – sign the petition supporting wind turbines on Manly beach:
    https://www.change.org/p/zali-steggall-wind-farms-for-warringah

  10. Percy Popinjay

    Even for skeptics, the effects of climate change are becoming harder to deny. Australia just experienced its hottest summer on record. The country’s tropics are spreading south, bringing storms and mosquito-borne illnesses like dengue fever to places unprepared for such problems, while water shortages have led to major fish die-offs in drying rivers.

    Every single assertion in that paragraph is complete bullshit, beginning with the first sentence.

  11. Bruce

    Overat Instapundit, there is an interesting discussion on the recent election

    https://pjmedia.com/instapundit/331049/#respond

    The sting in the tail?

    ” What the election actually shows us is that the so-called quiet Australians, whether they are tradies (to use the Australian term) in Penrith, retirees in Bundaberg, or small business owners in Newcastle, are tired of incessant scolding from their purported superiors. Condescension isn’t a good look for a political movement.

    But as Dr. Helen has written, that dopamine hit of smugness is what being a leftist is all about.

  12. To be honest, I don’t think the average Australian gives a rat’s arse about climate change. They have seen and heard enough hysteria about climate change to last a lifetime and concluded that it’s complete crap. They may not outwardly admit this, but inwardly don’t believe it and don’t care; the Chicken Little’s have had their day and it’s time to move on.

  13. RobK

    Message to politicians:
    Leave the climate alone and get on with business.

  14. Roger

    Victorian ALP strategist Kosmos Samaras warns that if Labor doesn’t reconnect with ordinary people “the whole country will become Queensland”.

  15. Tim Neilson

    “the whole country will become Queensland”.

    As long as we don’t have to drink XXXX or watch rugby league I think I could cope.

  16. Slim Cognito

    Victorian ALP strategist Kosmos Samaras warns that if Labor doesn’t reconnect with ordinary people “the whole country will become Queensland”.

    If by that, he means that no one will vote for Labor, I’m all for it.

  17. Done Deal

    For as long as I can remember, I have loved arithmetic tricks. If you haven’t already seen it this one will take you only about ten seconds and, amazingly, it will reveal your all-time favourite movie.
    1. Pick a number from 1-9.
    2. Multiply that number by 3.
    3. Add 3.
    4. Multiply by 3 again.
    5. Your total will be a two digit number. Add the first and second digits together to find your favourite movie (of all time) in the list of 17 movies below:
    .
    .
    .
    Movie List:
    1. Gone With the Wind
    2. E.T.
    3. Blazing Saddles
    4. Star Wars
    5. Forrest Gump
    6. The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
    7. Jaws
    8. Grease
    9. The Bill Shorten resignation Speech
    10. Casablanca
    11. Jurassic Park
    12. Shrek
    13. Pirates of the Caribbean
    14. Titanic
    15. Raiders of the Lost Ark

  18. Critical Mass

    Done Deal
    #3022363, posted on May 22, 2019 at 11:32 am

    Hilarious!

  19. Beachcomber

    that dopamine hit of smugness is what being a leftist is all about.

    This is very interesting. It sort of partly explains the lizard-brain mentality of rusted-on Marxists.

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