Windsor change: concerned Australian couple looks to England

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49 Responses to Windsor change: concerned Australian couple looks to England

  1. John A

    Then why don’t they move there, and leave us alone…?

  2. J.H.

    Malcontent Turncoat still trying to be relevant….. and failing.

  3. Yes, for God’s sake move and don’t come back. And while you’re at it, stop flapping your gums.

  4. calli

    What the hell is “climate denialism” you irredeemable halfwit?

    Go to England. You might learn English.

  5. WILLIAM LEIVESLEY

    If the Turnbull`s believe this almost certainly totally wrong!

  6. Mindfree

    Dickheads abound

    First Hewson now Turncoat..who’ll be next?

    Maybe something to do with the their leftwing media bashing Morrison..quite timely

    Says a lot that the only sensible comment in recent times re: bushfires came from of all people.. Richo

  7. a happy little debunker

    Miserable old ghost!
    Why isn’t he out actually fighting the fires?

  8. Craig Mc

    Speaking of popular (at the port of origin) exports, how did this anniversary slip by uncelebrated?

  9. candy

    “need to act”

    Okay, but will Mr and Mrs Turnbull give up their luxurious residences, high technology possessions, their cars. Their fantastic dinner parties. Their trips on planes. That all must be done to reduce emissions (if that is important to you).

    Lead by example, Mr and Mrs Turnbull and Kate and William. Start from scratch and live in a modest little house with minimal technology and no vehicles or plane trips and very modest food with your own vegetable and fruit gardens.

  10. Bruce of Newcastle

    Malcolm still hasn’t worked it out than nothing much is actually happening global warming wise.

    Of course he’d actually have to examine the data rather than listen too the echoing yesmen around him to be able to do that.

  11. Tom

    I’m looking for the asterisk that notes how much the Turnbull family is making out of subsidy-mining the renewable energy scam. Can’t see it anywhere. Don’t worry: we always follow the money, you lying anti-Australian hypocrite. Thank god the damage you did to Australia is being slowly unwound, though it’s taking forever because your anointed successor Morrison is in charge (the difference between him and Turnbull being that Morrison isn’t a hopeless political loser who doesn’t know how to win elections).

  12. herodotus

    The BBC reports that Morocco is helping to battle climate change by having a huge solar farm and intending to get 52% of its energy from renewables some time after the next dust storm.

    Is it any wonder the average battler voter is a bit misled when so much of the media is applying the drip drip drip water torture every effing day?

  13. Turtle

    He’s right one way. The poms have been total walkovers on climate nonsense. They lack skepticism.

  14. Rusty of Qld

    Malcolm Turnball the Goldman Sachs operative, that Malcolm Turnbull?
    Goldman says “Urban adaptation could drive one of the largest infrastructure build-outs in history. Given the scale of the task, urban adaptation will likely need to draw on innovative sources of financing.”
    The current “green” industry is already around $1.5 Trillion a year. Mark Carney, the Governor of the Bank of England said he expects this to grow to $5-7 trillion. Mark Carney a thirteen-year career with Goldman Sachs in its London, Tokyo and Toronto offices. FOLLOW THE MONEY!

  15. FelixKruell

    That would be England where they’re burning wood for power again? How very advanced…

  16. candy

    Windsor change

    Winds of change indeed.

  17. miltonf

    That would be England where they’re burning wood for power again?

    Drax runs off trees cut down in the US. So stoopid it leaves you speechless.

  18. Lee

    Two words for you, Malcolm Turnbull: F.O.

  19. Terry

    Without doubt, the most damaging political faction in this country over the last two decades (at least) has been the Liberal “Wets”.

    Yes, worse than even the Greens (their malformed twin sibling).

  20. Ubique

    Turnbull might want to spend some time working out what effect on the climate, sea levels or Ursus Maritimus the several trillion dollars spent on ‘climate change’ programs has had to date.

    This happens to be the world’s biggest secret, as neither the IPCC nor any government worldwide has so much released a single line about it in the past 30 years and counting.

    What’s the point of throwing more scarce money and resources at ‘climate change’ and forcing folk into energy poverty for no effect? Certainly for no reported effect. And no, reporting on emissions reduction doesn’t cut the mustard. Reduced emissions are merely the supposed means to an end. They aren’t the end itself, no way.

  21. mh

    Not seeing the potential greatness yet.

  22. I don’t think Turnbull believes in any of of this climate change bullshit, but he does believe in the money to be made from promoting it.

  23. Howard Hill

    What’s the point of throwing more scarce money and resources at ‘climate change’ and forcing folk into energy poverty for no effect?

    The effect is quite noticeable. The transfer of wealth from the working class to the troughers is plain to see. It’s working as intended. You did know that was the whole point of it did you not?

  24. Angus Black

    It really doesn’t make any difference who believes an idea…nor, indeed, how many people believe it. An idea is either a fallacy or it isn’t.

    No wonder Malcolm couldn’t run a country…or, indeed, a piss-up in a brewery.

  25. Some History

    And from Alex

    Thanks, P. There’s Alex Trumble citing Hockey Stick Mann as the authoritah on climate change.

  26. Professor Fred Lenin

    If the government removes the subsidies to renewables the turnbulls might be reduced to living on the $200,000 a year pittance we taxpayers are compelled to give untill he expires . Its not enogh for Potts point perhaps ,but he can draw on the interest from the Cayman Islands account.
    Watched a Scots comedian who said the way to avoid all the taxdodgers depositing mone y there was to invade the islands and confiscate the money there,now , wouldnt that annoy the crap out of the elites,? you would hear them whingeing on the moon .

  27. The enemy of my enemy is my friend.

  28. Michael

    I love it how the Trumbulls have a conversation via Twitter.
    I can picture them alternating between flapping their fingers on their phones, and filling out sudoku crosswords on the chesterfields, neither saying a word to each other regarding what they’ve typed, only offering which numbers may work in which squares in their pads.

  29. Caveman

    The Earths a sphere so how does it tip over.

  30. Russell

    Boy, did we dodge a bullet with this husband and wife team being ousted.
    Note to self: people who flip-flop from party to party aren’t real people.
    Looks like Mal’s family RE business has all his attention these days.
    And Lucy must be regretting resigning from Gratton Institute after pressure when he was PM.
    No sense of loyalty or commitment to conservative values in this family.
    Surely Amazon would fund a TV series about them?

  31. Robbo

    So now the republican Turnbull’s are happily licking the arses of the Royal family because both parties agree that something needs to be done to address climate change. Can we now expect that Malcolm and his missus will pack their bags and shift to the UK? If they do then that treacherous snake can set about making the life of Boris miserable.

  32. Cassie of Sydney

    “No sense of loyalty or commitment to conservative values in this family.”

    The only loyalty that Turdbull, his cane toad wife and their two junior turds have is towards themselves.

  33. Tintarella di Luna

    The only loyalty that Turdbull, his cane toad wife and their two junior turds have is towards themselves.

    Ribbit is the translation of Lucy’s tweet.

  34. Terry

    Robbo
    #3278432, posted on January 2, 2020 at 3:50 pm

    Turnbull is not a Republican. He is the Australian Monarch in waiting (a potentially great one, mind).

    His only problem with the “Royal Family” is that he is not it.

  35. Tel

    Note to self: people who flip-flop from party to party aren’t real people.

    You mean like Trump did?

    Turnbull stayed right in the same place on the Left Wing, but that’s the profit-making Left Wing with a bit of crony pocket-stuffing thrown in … then the Liberal Party moved over to join him there and kicked out the ALP, who were forced to make friends with the Greens way out in Loopy Land. Turnbull’s politics have never been good … but they have been consistent.

    I think that at one stage the Greens were more genuinely interested in doing something good for the environment and not so interested in the Left / Right economic debate. However they have been 100% infiltrated by the commies at this stage who wear their environmentalism like a mask only. There’s good scope for a genuine Free Market Environmentalist Party in AU politics, but getting distinction from the watermelon greens will be difficult.

  36. Leo G

    The Earths a sphere so how does it tip over.

    The UK Royals have finally reached their tippling limit.
    Perhaps an Earthshot program could help bring some fellow catastropharians down to earth.

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  38. Spurgeon Monkfish III

    Will Mr and Mrs Turnbull give up their luxurious residences, high technology possessions, their cars. Their fantastic dinner parties. Their trips on planes. That all must be done to reduce emissions (if that is important to you).

    No.

  39. Spurgeon Monkfish III

    As one who’s had the misfortune to be aware of gerbil worming for over thirty years (and who knew it was a load of hysterical anti-scientific fact and evidence free horse shit the first time I ever heard of it) it’s just about time to grab one of these and start cracking some very thick collectivist skulls.

    Repeatedly.

  40. David Brewer

    If only Turnbull would read Burke instead of just hypocritically citing him.

    He could start with a recent Liberty Quote: “The people never give up their liberties, but under some delusion.”

  41. Mother Lode

    What an astonishingly stupid comment from Trumble.

  42. Mother Lode

    How boofheaded to argue that England is conservative because they produced Burke, Thatcher and Churchill.

    The US producing Reagan and Obama must have him stumped.

  43. Mother Lode

    Why isn’t he out actually fighting the fires?

    The droning pompous dunderhead could bore the fires out.

    Take him to the firefront, give him a PA system, and ask him to describe the blessings that would have been showered upon us had he remained in office.

  44. Roger

    What’s the point of throwing more scarce money and resources at ‘climate change’ and forcing folk into energy poverty for no effect?

    Clearly you’ve not invested in renewables.

  45. Squirrel

    Impressive as Thatcher may have been in several respects, she (very) cleverly had the foresight to identify climate change as a strategic opportunity for a post-industrial, post-mining Britain. Had she hailed from Granville, rather than Grantham, I’ll bet she would have had quite a different view on the subject.

  46. Spurgeon Monkfish III

    Take him to the firefront, give him a PA system, and ask him to describe the blessings that would have been showered upon us had he remained in office.

    LOL.

  47. Rayvic

    Given that Malcolm and Lucy have had lots more time to research matters in the past 17 months, it is sad to see that they remain climate alarmists.

    When are they going to acknowledge that:

    Climate alarmism is born of politics, not science.

    The climate cult is a groupthink.

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