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Aussie Labor Promises a Rerun of the Climate Election (They Lost)

Guest essay by Eric Worrall

h/t JoNova; According to Labor, imposing harsh carbon emissions reduction targets on electricity providers will reduce costs for ordinary consumers.

Labor’s climate plan goes hard on heavy polluters

Phillip Coorey
Political editor
Dec 3, 2021 – 6.06pm

More than 200 of the nation’s heaviest polluters will be required to collectively lower their emissions over the next three decades under Labor’s climate policy to help achieve an economy-wide cut of 43 per cent by 2030, and net zero emissions by 2050.

The policy, according to the associated modelling by Reputex, will lower power prices, increase jobs and drive the uptake of renewable energy.

A centrepiece of the policy is a revamped safeguards mechanism that will apply to the 215 entities that currently emit more than 100,000 tonnes of CO2 a year.

These entities, which include power stations, large foundries and mines, will be required to reduce aggregate emissions by 5 million tonnes a year to collectively achieve net zero emissions by 2050.

The BCA has led calls for such a mechanism and applauded Labor’s plan as “sensible and workable”.

“It will be important for Labor to work closely with business on the detail, including measures to ensure export exposed jobs aren’t unfairly put at risk by a tightening of the emissions baseline.

Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry chief executive Andrew McKellar was supportive but wanted assurance that the safeguards mechanism would not drive up power prices.

The Reputex modelling forecast the average annual retail bill would be $275 lower by 2025 and $378 lower by 2030.

Read more: https://www.afr.com/politics/federal/battlelines-drawn-as-labor-aims-high-on-climate-change-20211202-p59eds

The last federal “climate election” was in 2019. Labor declared a “climate emergency” and promised to impose a harsh climate regime on big industry, but they lost after industrial labor regions rebelled and supported the right wing Coalition government.

Pollsters of course predicted a big win for Labor.

Since Labor lost on a platform of strong climate action, the federal Coalition government has embraced strong climate action by promising Net Zero 2050. Both main parties have embraced vaccine mandates, Labor in Victoria, Queensland and West Australia, and the Coalition state government in South Australia, NSW, Tasmania, South Australia.

Both major Aussie parties racing neck and neck, mimicking each other’s policies, has created a policy vacuum which minor parties like One Nation have swooped in to fill, by promising an end to vaccine mandates and costly climate targets.

Climate action and Covid lockdowns are both highly polarising issues in Australia. While there is no doubt a lot of frightened people in Australia support draconian Covid and climate measures, there have also been massive anti-lockdown protests in Australia’s major cities, which have been largely ignored by mainstream media.

So its anyone’s guess which way the next federal election will go. Whichever major party wins, there is a real chance minor parties which reject all this nonsense will hold the balance of power.

Update (EW): Forgot to h/t JoNova (Sorry Jo!)

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Tom Halla
December 4, 2021 6:16 pm

Or it could be a figure in one of the major parties who is currently on the outs with the Establishment.
I am old enough to remember Nixon, who largely tried to co-opt Democrat issues, like imposing wage and price controls and establishing the EPA.
Right now, Australia seems to be circling the drain, with both parties trying to be authoritarian damn fools, both on climate and COVID.
I do not know Australian politics well enough to have any idea of what or who will get Oz out of this situation.

Russell
Reply to  Eric Worrall
December 4, 2021 10:24 pm

But not like Canada, voting in Oz is mandated (compulsory). The careless can influence the outcome and last minute SMS campaigns can screw with peoples’ heads.

Patrick MJD
Reply to  Russell
December 5, 2021 6:01 pm

Actually, voting is not mandatory here. What is mandatory is *REGISTERING* to vote, not the actual vote itself.

Joseph Zorzin
Reply to  Tom Halla
December 5, 2021 2:27 am

“what or who will get Oz out of this situation”

China!

H.R.
Reply to  Joseph Zorzin
December 5, 2021 2:49 am

What; out of the frying pan and into the fire?

Joseph Zorzin
Reply to  H.R.
December 5, 2021 2:56 am

Australia should be focusing on the military threat from China.

DMacKenzie
Reply to  Joseph Zorzin
December 5, 2021 7:50 am

CC is appreciated greatly by certain foreign powers who prefer funds, engineering and industrial capability be directed away from their philosophical opponents’ potential military power or economic advantage

Patrick MJD
Reply to  Joseph Zorzin
December 5, 2021 6:06 pm

Andrews sold the state of Victoria to the CCP. The CCP owns ports, land, infrastructure and properties here, so the rot is here.

Joseph Zorzin
Reply to  Patrick MJD
December 6, 2021 2:14 am

sounds like old fashion colonialism- soon, the children will all have to study Mandarin- amazing that China is now “capitalist imperialist” guided by the communist party- the Chinese certainly are inventive

Rich Davis
Reply to  Joseph Zorzin
December 5, 2021 5:37 am

Yes indeed. 澳大利亚 (Ao Da Li Ya) province will not hold elections, mandated voting or otherwise.

Frank from NoVA
Reply to  Tom Halla
December 5, 2021 5:03 am

Good points. Re. Nixon, he should be an object lesson to the RINOs that no matter what they do to mollify the progressives, the latter will remain hell bent on destroying them. Re. Australian politics, I’m no expert either, but it was my privilege to work overseas with several Australians early in my career. To a one, they were great co-workers, yet always skeptical of “authority”, hence I find the current acquiesce toward climate regulations and Covid lockdowns puzzling.

Mr.
Reply to  Frank from NoVA
December 5, 2021 7:34 am

Generational difference in entitlement expectations.

Patrick MJD
Reply to  Tom Halla
December 5, 2021 6:05 pm

All parties, state and territory leaders are blatantly breaking the Australian Constitution, many Federal acts and laws and even international laws and human rights over this COVID-19 nonsense. 2022 is going to be interesting here as many states will hold elections as well as a federal election.

Willem Post
December 4, 2021 6:32 pm

I do not give a rat’s about what they are dreaming to do in Australia

In fact, all of Australia could disappear into a sinkhole, and it would not make one damned bit of difference regarding global warming.

The forces of the Sun are vastly in excess, by orders of magnitude, of what feeble humans could effect on Mother Earth.

It is sheer arrogance, and sacrilegious, to think otherwise.

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Zig Zag Wanderer
Reply to  Willem Post
December 4, 2021 7:02 pm

I do not give a rat’s about what they are dreaming to do in Australia

We Australians do

Willem Post
Reply to  Zig Zag Wanderer
December 5, 2021 6:34 am

If Australians are too feeble to oust your autocratic/despotic/myopic government, you deserve to be miserable, as they inflict more and more pain on YOU, to satisfy their ignorance and dysfunction.

Robert Hanson
Reply to  Willem Post
December 5, 2021 9:26 am

“I do not give a rat’s about what they are dreaming to do in Australia

We Australians do”

I think the meaning of this post was not F Australia, but rather that A’s share of Co2 is so small that what it does will have no noticeable effect on CC either way. Even if you foolishly believe in the CC hoax.

Patrick MJD
Reply to  Willem Post
December 5, 2021 6:10 pm

I sort of agree with you. Most Aussies would be rioting if the footy was taken off TV. What disturbs me is the our Governor Generals are not doing their job, esp in Victoria. She should have sacked him and his Govn’t over a year ago when, due to his actions, lead to the deaths of more than 800 people.

But no. We hear nothing but silence from the establishment.

Izaak Walton
Reply to  Willem Post
December 4, 2021 8:26 pm

The forces of sun might well be greater by orders of magnitude than what humans can do but they are also very constant over human timescales. Nothing humans can do will stop the sun from expanding destroying the earth in the process for example but that doesn’t mean humans can’t make the world an extremely unpleasant place to live in the short term.

Dave Fair
Reply to  Izaak Walton
December 4, 2021 8:37 pm

Izaak, please show a reputable study showing humans will likely make the world an extremely unpleasant place to live. So far, industrial societies have made the world an extremely pleasant place to live. Look at the stats on life expectancies, health, wealth & etc. improvements.

Zig Zag Wanderer
Reply to  Dave Fair
December 4, 2021 9:07 pm

Izaak and his ilk are working on making it extremely unpleasant

stinkerp
Reply to  Dave Fair
December 4, 2021 10:38 pm

Humans have done a good job of making Australia an extremely unpleasant place to live in just one year.

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Chaswarnertoo
Reply to  stinkerp
December 5, 2021 9:37 am

I doubt Izaak and his ilk are human.

Zig Zag Wanderer
Reply to  Izaak Walton
December 4, 2021 9:06 pm

that doesn’t mean humans can’t make the world an extremely unpleasant place to live in the short term

Well, you and your deluded greenie ecoloon ilk are trying very hard, it’s true.

Rory Forbes
Reply to  Izaak Walton
December 4, 2021 9:20 pm

that doesn’t mean humans can’t make the world an extremely unpleasant place to live in the short term.

Politically, that’s possibly true and socialists have certainly tried to bring that about. However, physically, there is no evidence that we have, can or ever will. On balance we’ve improved things considerably. But for a few money, time and energy wasting cretins, promoting AGW fraud, our planet would be even better.

Once again you do nothing but act obtuse and demonstrate your ignorance.

Mr.
Reply to  Izaak Walton
December 4, 2021 10:03 pm

Chicago, Los Angeles, New York, Baltimore, Atlanta, Washington, Seattle, Philadelphia have already been made extremely unpleasant places to live Izaak.

“Progresssive” governance will do that every time.

aussiecol
Reply to  Izaak Walton
December 4, 2021 10:27 pm

”Nothing humans can do will stop the sun from expanding destroying the earth…” 

And there’s nothing humans can do that will change the climate either.

Right-Handed Shark
Reply to  Izaak Walton
December 5, 2021 2:48 am

Do you ever go outside?

Derg
Reply to  Izaak Walton
December 5, 2021 6:52 am

Humans are thriving Izaak. Would you rather live in 1800s? 1920s? 1950s? 1980s?

When was your optimal climate?

With each year more humans are lifted out of poverty due to fossil fuels.

Go take you misanthropy and jump in a lake.

Anthony Banton
Reply to  Derg
December 7, 2021 4:00 am

Go take you misanthropy and jump in a lake.”

Nice – you counter supposed misanthropy with a wish that harm come to an individual, on no other evidence than what he posts on WUWT.

Vis:

“that doesn’t mean humans can’t make the world an extremely unpleasant place to live in the short term.”

I don’t see the word “will” in there.

About par for the hypocrisy on here.
All part of the reflexive hatred displayed by anyone daring to challenge the group identity.

Philo
Reply to  Izaak Walton
December 5, 2021 2:43 pm

The Sun is very important in both controlling the climate over millennia and much shorter times. Solar storms and other conniptions of the sun can affect the world all over.

The current Grand solar minimum is about half way done, assuming it doesn’t turn, somehow, into a triplet. It is forecast to last at least another 30 years, perhaps as much as 50. People will be burning books about climate “warming” -1to -3degC.

Willem Post
Reply to  Willem Post
December 5, 2021 6:42 am

Just look at a tiny little virus, aka COVID syndrome, doing a damaging job on Mankind’s man-made world, and it is not yet done.

Mankind can barely manage that little imp.

RE folks demand total command/control over Mankind to fight the Sun?

Zig Zag Wanderer
December 4, 2021 6:59 pm

The Reputex modelling forecast the average annual retail bill would be $275 lower by 2025 and $378 lower by 2030.

Models all the way down, again. Show your work!

MJPenny
Reply to  Zig Zag Wanderer
December 4, 2021 8:22 pm

And then sign it so we know who is doing the assumptions and calculations.

Rory Forbes
Reply to  Zig Zag Wanderer
December 4, 2021 9:33 pm

About 40 years ago I was interested in models … scale sailing boat models. They were fascinating and fun to build. However, after a while I realized if I put as much time, effort and skill into a full sized boat it would be useful. Models can be fun to play with, but not nearly as rewarding as the 30′ wooden cutter I ended up with. I eventually built more than a dozen boats. The models just collected dust.

Joseph Zorzin
Reply to  Rory Forbes
December 5, 2021 2:30 am

I like models- the 2 legged versions of the female persuasion.

Chaswarnertoo
Reply to  Joseph Zorzin
December 5, 2021 9:40 am

I like the ones that look like models, but have a brain. Such as Mrs W.

Chris Hanley
December 4, 2021 7:03 pm

The policy, according to the associated modelling by Reputex, will lower power prices, increase jobs and drive the uptake of renewable energy …

Well they would say that wouldn’t they, completely disinterested advice I don’t think, as if Reputex has nothing to gain from greatly expanding and cementing carbon pricing into the Australian economy.
The ALP once-upon-a-time thought their role was to protect ordinary people from predatory commercial activity now they in the game full time.

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Steve Case
Reply to  Chris Hanley
December 4, 2021 7:32 pm

The policy, according to the associated modelling by Reputex, will lower power prices, increase jobs and drive the uptake of renewable energy …
______________________________________

…and a chicken in every pot.

John in Oz
Reply to  Steve Case
December 4, 2021 7:39 pm

don’t forget the free set of steak knives

John Hultquist
Reply to  Steve Case
December 4, 2021 7:49 pm

Two chickens {hens} in every garage.

Rory Forbes
Reply to  Steve Case
December 4, 2021 9:35 pm

Also, your cheque is in the mail … I promise.

Chris Hanley
Reply to  Chris Hanley
December 4, 2021 7:45 pm

I’m not casting nasturtiums on Reputex, after all the name says it all, carbon pricing itself is predatory as it adds nothing of value to goods and services, simply costs to consumers.

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John in Oz
December 4, 2021 7:14 pm

One recent headline:

Australia’s economy shrunk nearly 2% in the September quarter, surprising economists expecting a far deeper downturn
Models. Shmodels

markl
December 4, 2021 7:51 pm

What’s happening to Australia? It used to be a beacon of light for democracy and Capitalism. Concentration camps for those who aren’t vaccinated when it’s proven that the jab only benefits those that take it, if at all? Uncontrolled switch to expensive renewable energy that has already proven unreliable for them? The world attacks the so called “gun culture” in the USA but it is probably the only thing keeping us from the same fate.

Voltron
Reply to  markl
December 4, 2021 9:47 pm

Whats happening? We are getting dumber and buying into idiot mainstream media. The education system spurts out disciples, not critical thinking individuals. If China invaded tomorrow I’d be happy to see Australia get a reset. Don’t worry though, people (esp in Victoria) would think that China taking over Oz and staying that way is the best thing ever.

Rich Davis
Reply to  Voltron
December 5, 2021 6:06 am

Don’t worry our Dear Leader, Dementia Zhou has a rock-solid commitment to Australia.

Better learn to say “ 你好,我来自澳大利亚”
(Hello, I’m from Australia)

Or
美好的一天,伙计!
(G’day, mate!)

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aussiecol
December 4, 2021 7:52 pm

”Whichever major party wins, there is a real chance minor parties which reject all this nonsense will hold the balance of power”

I don’t know about that Eric. For Labor to attain government, they will more than likely have to share power in a hung parliament with the Greens. Who have already stated their ambition is a 75% cut in emissions by 2030.
It just brings back bad memory’s of ”there will be no carbon tax under a government I lead” from the Gillard minority government who shared power with the Greens. And in the end we did have a carbon tax.
I just hope the electorate remembers that disaster. We don’t need the tail to wag the dog, again. It will devastate our economy.

Rory Forbes
Reply to  aussiecol
December 4, 2021 9:41 pm

Anywhere with a strong Green Party (usually counted on to have no understanding of economics or science) has no hope of weathering the insanity of AGW fraud. Here in Canada our national ‘Greens’ are nearly insolvent and due to disappear, shortly. This is a small glimmer of hope in a country with a clown as a leader.

Doug D
December 4, 2021 7:52 pm

Well sure …basic economics reduce the supply and the price goes down. We all learned that …right . Have they lost their minds …sure the consorting with kangaroos? What happened to the down to earth people I met in 1970

lee
Reply to  Doug D
December 4, 2021 8:19 pm

They have a few kangaroos loose in the top paddock. 😉

MarkW
December 4, 2021 8:25 pm

 the safeguards mechanism would not drive up power prices.

There are only two ways to ration. Either by price or by availability.
If they proclaim that they are not going to raise prices, that means that they are going to ration via rotating blackouts.

Rich Davis
Reply to  MarkW
December 5, 2021 7:30 am

Those are certainly two approaches, Mark, but there is a third nuanced way you may have overlooked.

Much like issuing ration booklets and then having special stores for the elite, or giving extra books to the elite so that in effect, they have unrestricted availability, you can keep the elite neighborhoods out of the rolling blackout rotation.

As long as they plan to make electricity only generally available when the sun shines or the wind blows, then they can perhaps lower the price. No more expensive backup needed. The elites will use the limited natural gas and/or hydroelectric generation that allows keeping the grid working while the unreliables are down.

Better yet, smart meters on the unwashed masses living quarters would even simplify the process further. The elite meters don’t ever shut down. Everybody else’s meters power off. The whole grid stays up nice and stable running on gas or hydro generation. As solar or wind starts to contribute, they turn on the meters of the people with the highest social score, working down to occasionally giving power to deplorables when there’s too much wind on a sunny day.

Chaswarnertoo
Reply to  Rich Davis
December 5, 2021 9:42 am

Stop giving them ideas.

Rich Davis
Reply to  Chaswarnertoo
December 5, 2021 11:01 am

I doubt this is a new idea. It’s kind of an obvious extension of the whole point of the “smart meter” isn’t it? It’s a mechanism for shedding load when supply is low. Why would they make it voluntary if they have the power to make it involuntary?

Of course the original idea is supposed to have been that people could program the meter to stop power if a price signal goes too high. This was supposed to be coupled with smart appliances and battery storage that would also turn on only when the price signal is low.

We might not end up with rationing based on social credit score. More likely there will be rationing based on price. That seems “voluntary”. You can choose to heat or eat.

The elite can afford battery systems that charge when power is low cost or even has a negative price, then drain when the smart meter has shut off power to shed load.

Most people won’t be able to afford a PowerWall system of course, any more than they will be able to afford an EV once battery demand far exceeds supply.

So the obvious true agenda is that the solutions we hear griff talk about really will exist for a tiny fraction of the population. They will have reliable power that is affordable to them. The rest of us will live with power that shuts down frequently.

Baseload generation will need to be prioritized for industrial use. Everyone will have smart meters that they can program to turn off above a certain cost per kW-hr and that at some level will be involuntarily switched off.

The Elites will have power storage so that it never impacts them. Some of the upper middle class will just pay the higher prices until the meter shuts off. Most people will live with unreliable power.

Most people will also use public transportation and live packed into city apartments. They will be offered universal basic income so that they become totally dependent on government.

Once they are fully dependent, they will be told when they can have children (hint: never). They will also be told that they have exhausted their UBI benefits at age 60 and it’s time to report to the euthanasia station.

How far off from the typical Green wet dream do you suppose this really is?

Dave Fair
December 4, 2021 8:44 pm

There doesn’t seem to be any particulars as to how the government will accomplish its “plan.”

Tom in Florida
Reply to  Dave Fair
December 5, 2021 5:45 am

Of course, the devil is always in the details. But they do say:
““It will be important for Labor to work closely with business on the detail, including measures to ensure export exposed jobs aren’t unfairly put at risk by a tightening of the emissions baseline.”
Now ask yourself, who is going to judge what “unfairly” means? Rather subjective, eh?
Sounds like more government speak at the least.

Dave Fair
Reply to  Tom in Florida
December 5, 2021 8:06 am

Just the usual politicians’ practice; wanting to have it both ways to simultaneously get and avoid losing votes. They know damned well that CliSciFi-based laws and regulations will significantly hurt citizens, while having insignificant impacts on global temperatures. Because of developing countries’ accelerating industrial development, the Earth is running and will continue to run the CO2 experiment.

December 4, 2021 9:01 pm

These days the two major parties, Liberal and Labour, have coalesced on a policy core of legislation for insane ‘Climate’ action and counter-productive Covid lockdowns. The only choice that electors will have to get a rational policy outcome is to elect a few independents and minor parties who could hold a balance of power.

Zig Zag Wanderer
Reply to  nicholas tesdorf
December 4, 2021 9:13 pm

Well, we’ve got the Sex party, who seem to want more sex. Then we have the Legalise Cannabis, or basically Drugs party. I propose founding the Rock n Roll party, and creating the Sex and Drugs and Rock n Roll Coalition party. Apart from being far more logical than the current mob and alternatives, it’s bound to be popular. I mean, what’s not to like?

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Voltron
Reply to  Zig Zag Wanderer
December 4, 2021 9:48 pm

Where do I sign up?

Dave Fair
Reply to  Zig Zag Wanderer
December 4, 2021 9:57 pm

We will have a population growth problem as long as sex is more popular than dying.

Rory Forbes
Reply to  nicholas tesdorf
December 4, 2021 9:47 pm

From the looks of what is going on in Australia these days, their best plan is to scrap everything and start again with a hard core of rational people. The Australian people are not being well served due to the idiotic tendency of certain people towards socialism. It doesn’t work.

Reply to  Rory Forbes
December 5, 2021 12:45 am

“start again with a hard core of rational people”

Good luck finding them … as rare a virgins

Voltron
December 4, 2021 9:44 pm

Uncle Clive might actually get somewhere this time. We really do need an alternative other than the Libs and Labor, who are now almost interchangeable.

Alan M
Reply to  Voltron
December 5, 2021 5:14 am

That’s the funniest thing I’ve read all day, Clive the clot

Lrp
December 4, 2021 10:04 pm

There is no right wing political party in Australia; the LNP is just socialist and not Marxist like Labor.

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Mike
Reply to  Lrp
December 4, 2021 11:46 pm

Today’s LNP is more left than the Labor Party of the 80’s.

Reply to  Lrp
December 5, 2021 1:47 pm

The author said that in the 2019 Federal Election Australian voters “…supported the right wing Coalition government.”
Can I add my voice to Lrp and Mike – The Federal Gov is no way “right wing”. It acts to the Left or Centrist at best. When first elected in the landslide of Sep 2013 it could have been described as “right wing”.
But since then there has been a relentless avalanche towards left wing positions on many fronts exacerbated by the “right” losing control of the senate. Obvious issues that jump to mind are – failure repealing red & green tape – failure to audit national temperature data – anti-damism is the norm now – inability to rebut renewables agitprop – inability to recognize Sino hostility – inablity to push back re cancel culture issues –  

Dean
December 5, 2021 5:21 am

If you have to put it in the name, its very likely the opposite.

“Reputex” has that same sound of desperation as “German Democratic Republic”

Peter Plail
December 5, 2021 5:38 am

So the Covid camps are just a trial run for the denier camps. Anyone who voluntarily moves to Oz must be either crazy or a masochist.

Olen
December 5, 2021 8:09 am

The fact they campaign against the people proves they are not accountable even when losing because they will be back. Back, maybe not the same person but same party and ideas.

Tom
December 5, 2021 8:50 am

I think it is a mistake to conflate the issues of resistance to climate alarmism driven public policy and resistance to measures to curb COVID infections, if that is what is being done. The claims of climate alarmists are completely unproven on any kind of meaningful scientific analysis. Meanwhile, history and science has shown how to deal with pandemics. The science of the benefits of vaccines is overwhelmingly positive and proven over and over. Even if the dangers of COVID and the benefits of control measures are overstated, little harm can come from following them even if they are less effective than claimed. The problems of pursuing CO2 controls are enormous and potentially disastrous. Following the precautionary principle for pandemics us much less problematic than for climate change. It’s true that there is a considerable degree of overlap in the politics of people opposing action on climate change and action on COVID, but it is also true that a lot of the people in those groups are wildly uninformed.

Robert Hanson
Reply to  Tom
December 5, 2021 9:44 am

“Leaders from three western Michigan hospital systems and two in metro Detroit said Friday that the majority of patients hospitalized with COVID-19 are unvaccinated, as are the sickest, who need intensive care and ventilators.”

I find it very confusing that so many commentators here, who are utterly immune to Climate Alarmism, are so caught up in Vaccine Alarmism.

TEWS_Pilot
Reply to  Tom
December 5, 2021 2:04 pm

Your argument in favor of vaccination would be sound if these “novel” mRNA gene manipulators were vaccines instead of deadly gene therapy concoctions causing tens of thousands of deaths and millions of severe adverse effects including permanent heart damage and myocarditis.

Latest VAERS data…another 5 year old child with a 99.998% COVID survival rate has been killed by Pfizer “vaccine,” yeah, the one that just got the FDA to lock away from public viewing all testing data and clinical trial results for another 55 years…what legitimate pharmaceutical company hides the testing and certification data for 55 years?

https://childrenshealthdefense.org/defender/vaers-cdc-adverse-events-deaths-5-year-old-died-pfizer-vaccine/

Tom
Reply to  TEWS_Pilot
December 5, 2021 6:25 pm

If you vaccinate a hundred million people, quite a number of them are going to die following that; it doesn’t mean the vaccine killed them. The average daily deaths for the US is on the order of 8,000 per day.

Tom
Reply to  TEWS_Pilot
December 6, 2021 7:31 am

You might also want to explain, since so many people are dying from COVID vaccinations, how all those pharma companies managed to fake their clinical studies.

Christina Widmann
December 5, 2021 11:26 am

according to the associated modelling by Reputex

need I read any further? A paid prophet predicts what the employer wants predicted.

Robinoz
December 5, 2021 12:36 pm

This morning’s media have stated a poll indicates Labor is likely to win the next election. This is a strategy that has been used before but didn’t work, ramping up Labor as the victor before the election.

If you vote Labor, you’ll also get Greens.

Before promoting disastrous and unnecessary climate policies, we need to look at what is happening in Europe and the UK as a result of their destruction of a workable, efficient energy system without something equally as efficient to replace it.

There are many things we can do to improve our planet without destroying our economies and societies.

TEWS_Pilot
December 5, 2021 1:55 pm

In Australia, the unvaxx’d are being blocked from voting.
https://twitter.com/i/status/1467519067389112324

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