(Polliter) The Heiner Affair has been etched into the Australian psyche: it involves allegations of criminal conduct at the highest levels of Australian government, even Constitutional stewardship. Caught in the nebulous orbit of the nefarious matter sits successive Queensland Premiers, Chief Justices, a serving Prime Minister and a serving Governor-General. The latter two being the […] […]
(AustraliaMatters) Busy week for the Gillard international socialist fabian society. It must be tough work increasing our debt, exporting our jobs, giving away our taxes, and literally selling country Australia to foreign governments. Aren’t you glad your family fought and died in wars to help keep Australia safe for foreign investors? Yeah, Gillard could have […] […]
(The Chronicle) FLUORIDE will not be forced on the region’s outlying communities in a move that could prevent millions of dollars being wasted on water no one drinks. […] But Premier Campbell Newman has scrapped the compulsory scheme, announcing communities could now decide for themselves whether they wanted their water fluoridated. Read and vote Editors comment: […] […]
(NEWS.COM.AU) SHOPPING centres will monitor customers’ mobile phones to track how often they visit, which stores they like and how long they stay. The technology, brought to Australia by a UK-based company, has prompted a call for privacy or telephone intercept regulators to investigate. One unnamed Queensland shopping centre is next month due to become […] […]
) A ROCKHAMPTON man has failed in a court bid to force the State Government to hold a referendum into the sale of Queensland Rail. Bevan Alan Mowen (image left)
went to the Supreme Court in Rockhampton asking Justice Duncan McMeekin for an injunction which would force the Government to hold a referendum into the sale. […] Justice McMeekin said whatever the merits of the application he believed there were three fundamental problems with the application. He said the application was made against the "Queensland State Government" which was the wrong entity. Secondly, he believed he had no jurisdiction to order the State Government to hold a referendum into such a matter. Justice McMeekin said the third point was he doubted Mr Mowen had the standing to bring the action. read more
Classic example of why the country is screwed. The "Queen" (see Hill VS Sue) sub-servant Judge need have only gone to the "Queensland State Government" own website where they, not Mickey Mouse, openly brag they sold QR. As for the Judge's other two supposed valid reasons, "he believed" and "doubted", are not valid answers. How much do these King Solomon loving Freemasons in drag get paid by we the Australian people to sit there and thumb their upper class noses at our FACTUAL concerns? Well done Mr Mowen!
OCTOBER 2010 FLASHBACK: (SMH) A rain-making method developed by Thai king Bhumipol Adulyadej is set to aid Queensland in battles with drought after an agreement between the state government and the Thai royal household. The Queensland government's access to the rain-making technology, developed by King Bhumipol over the past 30 years, came a year after the state approached the royal household last year. As a result, Queensland is set to be the first major region outside Thailand where the rain-making technology will be put into full effect. read more
Was the "full effect" three months later from nature or from another screw up by the Bligh government that caused innocent deaths, destruction, lower property values, public debt, and a walk in next election for a woman that most hated before the "full effect" 2011 floods? Those fascist (government merged with unelected corporations) clowns can't even get the municipal drinking water mass medication dosages right. Thanks to our reader 'rjw' for this important flashback reminder.
(CourierMail) GREENS leader Bob Brown says the coal mining industry should foot the bill for the Queensland floods because it helped cause them. The floods are Queensland's worst for nearly 40 years, with more than 26,000 homes affected and at least 16 people killed. Senator Brown said the Federal Government should impose the original version of the Resources Super Profits Tax, and use the funds to pay for the clean-up. "It's the single biggest cause – burning coal – for climate change and it must take its major share of responsibility for the weather events we are seeing unfolding now," he said in Hobart today. read more
Who without blinking would the coal mines pass the "Resources Super Profits Tax" onto? Yes the consumer that's already paying way too much. The day we see two male hump back whales doing what Bob Brown does we'll happily replace "un-natural" with "natural". This is the same Bob Brown that was done and dusted until an unelected business man called Dick Smith came along and funded Bob Brown with private capital. Two things of many that should be left to fail naturally — private banks like Goldman Sachs and washed up politicians like Bob Brown.
(SMH) IT IS almost unimaginable the fear 13-year-old Jordan Rice would have felt as the car he and his family were in was pummelled by a wall of water. But as it began engulfing the vehicle, Jordan, who could not swim himself, insisted his younger brother, Blake, 10, be rescued first. read more
I'm proud to be a fellow Queenslander (90km's from the flood) with young men like Jordan around. May you and your dear mum rest in peace young mate.
related: Good Samaritan saves five lives
(Reuters) GLADSTONE, Australia (Reuters) – Australia's flood-stricken coal industry may face months of disruptions as reports emerge of key rail and road links being washed away, while some infrastructure may take years to repair, authorities said on Friday. […] About 200,000 people scattered across an area the size of France and Germany combined have been affected by the flooding and three people killed. Damage from the floods, the worst in the state in 50 years, has been estimated at $5 billion. read more
(CourieMail) THE sale of Queensland's rail business, QR National Ltd, has been a success and history will remember it as the right decision, Treasurer Andrew Fraser says. The freight haulage company made a positive debut on the Australian Securities Exchange on Monday, trading at $2.65 at 14:30 (AEDT), above the $2.55 IPO price per share for institutional investors and $2.45 price for retail investors. read more
A "success" for whom — the Queensland people or global banksters and the monopoly art of privatisation? The Queensland tax payers already paid off and owned QR, yet now they are being asked to buy shares in something they already own?