Chinese mine giant snaps up 43 NSW farms

(TheAustralian) A CHINESE government-controlled mining giant has spent $213 million buying up 43 farms so it can explore for coal outside the NSW township of Gunnedah. The mining boom has triggered an overnight property boom for the rural community 500km northwest of Sydney. A NSW title search reveals that Shenhua Watermark Coal carried out a two-year spending spree in 2009 and 2010, making some of the sellers instant millionaires. Read more

Makes my blood boil when Australian nationals sell Sovereign land to commie foreigners–but the so called government allows it to happen.

related: 2003 Iraq is invaded. 2011 China moves in for the oil.

related: John Howard says Iraq was about the oil.

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Coal miners to blame for Queensland floods, says Australian Greens leader Bob Brown

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(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.

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ORIGINS OF ORIGIN

(AustraliaMatters) Looking a bit closer at the recent under priced $5.3 billion sell off of our NSW publicly owned electricity grid, $3.25 billion of that was bought by an unelected corporation called Origin Energy. But who created Origin Energy?

Ok, starting at Origin Energy's own web site they tell us an Australian company called "Bitumen and Oil Refineries (Australia) Limited" merged with another company and a new company name BORAL comes into being.

Oddly Origin Energy's web site doesn't tell us what the second merging company was, so we'll tell you.

"Bitumen and Oil Refineries (Australia) Limited" merged with an American company called "California Texas Oil Company Limited"

So from the merger of "Australian Bitumen and Oil Refineries (Australia) Limited" and "California Texas Oil Company Limited" we get 'BORAL'

This would be a whole lot easier if oil companies stopped changing their bloody names — You see, California Texas Oil Company Limited changed it's name to 'Caltex'.

russian_dolls.jpgSo back to Origin Energy for a moment – BORAL created Origin Energy, and BORAL is Caltex.

Today Caltex (aka California Texas Oil Company Limited) is American Chevron oil.

Crickey the Russian dolls go on. Chevron oil used to be called "Pacific Coast Oil Co".

Pacific Coast Oil Co was bought out by an American company called "Standard Oil".

Standard Oil was the American Rockefeller family.

The American Rockefeller family are "new world order" scum bag piles of human waste.

Do the American Rockefeller family have any control (with stock) over intermediary companies that connect with Origin Energy? That I can't yet answer, but as we can see Origin Energy has historic parental links back to Standard Oil. If you were the Rockefeller family, would you give up the goose that lays golden eggs? Officially Standard Oil were ordered by the American government in 1911 to break up. Our study of Origin Energy going backwards to Standard Oil shows it not uncommon for companies to change names and or create new Russian doll off shoot companies. Regardless, important Australian infrastructures such as energy, military, telecommunications etc. should ONLY be in the hands of the (supposed) accountable elected Australia government, NOT foreign and local companies looking to loot the Aussie tax payer to profit foreign and domestic share holders.

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