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    The UK opposition leader today in the news said there are no plans should he win the next erection to rejoin EU.

    The EU regarding emissions appears to be on some form of back track, maybe after the comments by UK PM.
    There appears to now be many who see that some of the concepts regarding removing Co2 is in doubt.

    Without it we cannot survive,

    But one wonders at some in senior positions regarding so called 'climate change;..
    The head of our group last week made two very odd comments.

    "Bush fires are normal but not natural, and we intend by 2050 to remove all traces of Co2 and Methane from the atmosphere"

    Bush fires are very normal and certainly natural, often caused by lightning strikes.
    With no Co2 plants will not be able to convert that to oxygen, so what do we breath then???
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marian Gray View Post
    Cappy, Apparently it was bought as a ''Campaign Bus''!!! Which begs the question why park it outside her Mother- in- Laws driveway
    Or even a champagne and jolly bus ......lol R683532

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    I'm another one ready to be labeled a right wing conspiracy theorist but I don't believe there's any such thing as politics, it's all theater. I remember Blair coming out with his bundle of papers and stage prop glasses, he said Saddam could hit us in 45 minutes with his WMDs but never said what they were. Nearly 2 million dead Iraqis later and there's no sign of em. Then we got Cameron wearing the exact same clothes with the same stage prop glasses and bundle of papers saying Sadat had WMDs but he didn't. It was ISIS that was launching poison gas and wounded ISIS fighters went to Israel to be given treatment, it was all admitted while we still had remnants of a free press. Brexit was also pre planned by those who control our puppet governments. We were getting out no matter what because too many Europeans were coming in and the Churches were getting filled again, their children were assimilating and doing well in school. The puppet masters prefer seeing our children getting raped and the police receiving orders not to do anything about it. Fear of being labeled racist was just an excuse to let it happen and 12 year old rape victims were threatened by the police that they'd be done for prostitution if they continued with their complaints. Then came Boris who said he's send more money to France to stop the African invasion but that money was for more rubber boats and life jackets. He said he wanted more boats intercepted which really meant picking them up and bringing them in. Don't you ever wonder what these fit men of military age are for and why they're housed in hotels and army barracks? The next step is to use pazzy boats dotted around the coast and I've a feeling we'll be finding out now they've launched another 'Pandemic'

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    Politics is the art of convincing the people that what you are doing or about to do is good for the nation.

    Al manner of props may be used to get where they want to and we the electorate can only judge them at the next erection when ever that may be.
    So we throw them out and they end up on the gravy train while the worker is taxed to extinction.

    It matters not which gov is in be it Liberal, labor or Calathumpian they are all as bad.
    Then we see the debt that future generation will have to pay, need then for higher taxes.

    It comes down to one thing, those in power, and that is what it is about, can do as they please with the public and total control is the end game.
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    Your Mr. Andrews is typical of that and just watching him on tv right this minute . His term finishes at 1700 hrs. Tomorrow Through his own choice . No mention of his Federal inquiry why he came out of the Commonwealth Games incident unless I missed that bit. He’s been in that job for 13 years now , he’s not my cup of tea but there again very few like him are .Cheers JS
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    Not just is he going, it is what he goes with.
    Only 51 years old, gets about $350,000 per year pension for life indexed to inflation.
    Gold card for all travel and a permanent chauffer for life.
    No doubt he will be taken on by some other company who will pay he far too much.

    But as for all, the gravy train calls.
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    Quote Originally Posted by happy daze john in oz View Post
    Not just is he going, it is what he goes with.
    Only 51 years old, gets about $350,000 per year pension for life indexed to inflation.
    Gold card for all travel and a permanent chauffer for life.
    No doubt he will be taken on by some other company who will pay he far too much.

    But as for all, the gravy train calls.
    Be truthful John you and I would not mind being on that train, if only I had done a Prescot eh!!!! ah well to late now

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    John.
    Little GST Johnny Howard has been on it for longer than he was Prime Minister, I can't remember if it was 24 years 240 years or a thousand years, but he put many people into penury. As you say they all do it, it should be the normal pension from the Governor to the tea lady, after all it's the tea lady who gets all the blame .
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    One good bit for us down here in Vic.

    The rules were changed here a few years back so no future MP will get what our outgoing Premier got.
    He was in the old system, which by chance he was instrumental in getting rid off.
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