Suicide Squad: Green Energy ‘Experts’ Destroyed Australia’s Reliable & Affordable Power Supply

STOP THESE THINGS

Australia’s suicidal energy policies of the product of a squad of rent-seekers masquerading as energy ‘experts’. These sanctimonious windbags all carry PhD’s in spending other people’s money, and all graduated from the University of Endless Subsidies.

The Federal Government has to share its responsibility for the debacle; it started it, after all.

But, every time the Liberal/National Coalition attempts to bring energy policy back from the brink, in chime the ‘experts’ with their brand of self-serving wisdom. Hammering the government whenever it exhibits the temerity to support meaningful electricity generation. And filling the void with endless waffle and propaganda about how Australia is a heartbeat away from an all wind and sun powered future.

Alan Moran picks up the thread below.

Revealed: the Deep Green State
Spectator Australia
Alan Moran
24 March 2020

A story in the Guardian has demonstrated the impotence of government against the Deep State — Deep…

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1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. nottrampis
    Mar 30, 2020 @ 21:48:48

    only the woeful blog would have an article from Alan moran perhaps possibly one of the few people in Australia that believes new coal power price would be $4o MW/hr.

    If renewable energy was a problem the private sector would not be investing in it.

    If it were a problem it would have appeared in spades w hen SA had no access to the interconnector.
    The major question is are the mysterious people of Stop these things inveterate liars like trump or simply ignorant fools.

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