A sad day for Australia

(Barnaby Joyce)  Today(08/11/11) Julia Gillard passed laws through the Senate so that there will be a carbon tax under a government she leads. It is a very sad day for most Australians. We are about to “move forward” with legislation that will put up the price of power and put pressure on real jobs in the real economy. It is a very sad day when a new broad-based consumption tax is delivered to every house whether they can afford it or not. This tax is an attack on every household via every powerpoint in the house. It does nothing to change the temperature of the globe but opens every household up to the Australian Taxation Office. At the Australian Taxation Office they will get that money, they will churn it, they will burn it, they will blow it up, but they will not change the temperature of the globe. Read more

Editors note: No dobut today the cork’s are popping at the Rothschild manor.

  • Anonymous

    The problem with Australian’s is they are too dumb and lazy to get off their arse and protest.

    Everyone I know who despises this new tax won’t do anything outside of complain.

  • Stan

    It’s seems to me that Government is becoming our most expensive item in our lives. We’re going to pay through the nose for it.

  • not very hopeful

    It is very sad, but what i find even sadder, is that no matter what any of our government parties do , people still go and vote for them. It doesn’t matter who you vote for today they are all partners in our fraudulent financial system, fractional reserve banking is a scam , yes and all of your income tax goes straight to the privately own reserve bank of australia, our government can print our own money debt free, do you know what that means, no inflation . governments of the world do not represent their people nor do they make the decisions, it is the capitalist machine that is running the show , so stop voting and we can have a chance at allowing something new to arise from what would ensue. Other wise hello ww111 and australia has now cemented its decline into a developing nation. enjoy