Tag Archives: business

The Guardian moans … agenda threatened

[…] Whether its solar power or wind energy, there’s a common thread: A very select few are profiting hugely while the rest of society are left to clean up a huge industrial, financial and environmental mess.   Thank goodness for … Continue reading

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the tip of Dampier Peninsula …

A very busy time, so I apologize for the lack of posts here. Some images of Cape Leveque, 200km north of Broome, here below, until I catch up editing and writing some reports. Click to enlarge:

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the banker’s climate scam …

If clean green energy was efficient, cheap and reliable there would be no “funding need” as the market would leap to exploit that opportunity. Instead most leading investors act like they are skeptics. The fact that central bankers are selling … Continue reading

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capitalism trumps socialism …

When you have to loot the empty State owned Supermarket, you have arrived at Zimbabwe or North Korea territory. But this is/was Obama’s ambition, to be like Venezuela. Or Cuba. The inherent vice of capitalism is the unequal sharing of … Continue reading

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missing Agriculture …

No, not me, but Labor, and Bill Shorten, have forgotten where our food, wool, cotton and a lot more comes from. First, the bad news: Labor has no plan for Australia’s largest Regional Industry – Agriculture. That means, if Labor … Continue reading

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graphene, the next big technology …

Microwaved Graphene Nanoribbons are the next big thing in chemical innovation, now finding a major use for the oil and gas Industry. Drill cutting heads containing a low power microwave unit, ‘melts’ the graphene nanoribbon polymer into minute fissures and … Continue reading

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avoiding the consequences …

The rehabilitation of mine-sites across Western Australia has been a litany of failure on many fronts, particularly in ‘out of the way’ Northern regional areas. Photographer Hugh Brown is concerned. Hugh Brown This is a blight on the industry that … Continue reading

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ripping off the public …

What is it about civil servants and their family connections. Ripping off the public and the employees, such that 900 are about to lose their jobs. This ‘fat cat’ is just the tip of the iceberg. On the ABC 7.30 … Continue reading

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“I’m from the government and I’m here to help” …

This comment from the Chairman of the US National Black Chamber of Commerce, Harry Alford in 2004 in the US bears repeating: Instead of waiting for salvation from the NAACP and Jesse Jackson, NBCC’s members work to improve their own lives. … Continue reading

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the ‘religious’ boycott …

The 350.org crew, in a few years: … along with their churches: 350.org – World Council of Churches Endorses Fossil Fuel … 350.org/…/world-council-of-churches-endorses-fossil-fuel-divestment Geneva, Switzerland — The Central Committee of the World Council of Churches (WCC), a fellowship of over 300 … Continue reading

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