Adani / Australia / Australia Sell Off / etc.

Adani & Government Complicity or Stupidity!

It’s somewhat difficult to understand, especially from a lay persons point of view, why Australia’s Federal and Queensland’s State Government are even considering allowing a company under investigation on fraud and environmental destruction charges to borrow tax payers money to the value of 1 Billion dollars when banks and private funding sources have refused to provide finance for Adani’s proposed Carmichael Coal project in Queensland’s Galilee Basin. Outwardly it appears to be a simple case of MONEY over the ENVIRONMENT and the WISHES of the people. We all know who NOT to vote for at the coming Queensland election

Australia / Australian Defence Force / Australian Government / etc.

DEFENCE DATA DEBACLE

Yet again we the voting public are confronted with news of another ‘security breech’ where cyber hackers compromised computers of a national security contractor in July last year as reported by Sky News. Apparently the Government’s Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) only became aware of the hack last November. Amazing! The Defence Annual report 2012-13 contained an article entitled ‘New centre to strengthen cyber security’. The article continued saying ‘Cyber threats continue to evolve at a dramatic rate, so cyber defence remains a top national security priority for the Australian Government’. So what’s new since those prophetic statements were

Australia / Australian Government / Big Brother / etc.

Grant Goldman Editorial Wednesday 11 October 2017

Go the NIMBYS! The State Government is encouraged by the Business Council of Australia to think big when it comes to our future but at what cost! Who pays, it’s you the voter-taxpayer not the Business Community? Don’t they now know that any assets of value that was producing rivers of gold income streams for the Government are now gone, after already being flogged-off by ‘fire sale’ Mike!  Our asset cupboard is now Baird!  [Taxation being the only remaining means to raise state revenue]. Reported in the Daily Telegraph’s front page of October 9; Think again by Mathew Benns;

Australia / Freedom of Speech / Political Insanity / etc.

When a comment should go front page.

Morning Mail regulars are likely  well acquainted with Jack Richards whom always makes compelling comment. This one from last Saturday piqued one  reader’s interest enough to request permission to reprint it elsewhere. Both MM and Jack hope the reader does so. We encourage all our readers to widely broadcast anything we post—for the good of the conservative cause, of course! Given the agenda of MSM blogs like MM strive to serve people that know how to think rather than what to think. Jack Richards If SSM is legalised it will require changes to about 60 existing laws PLUS they’ll

About Australia / Australian Government / Grant Goldman Editorial / etc.

Grant Goldman editorial Friday 18 August 2017

Politicisation of Lifestyle Choices: LGBTIHJXYZ………? Human beings are forever making personal choices, choices about where they live, the car they drive, the food they eat, who to bank with, which horse to back and the list goes on. Just imagine if all these choices were subject to political discussion and choices were made by a group of elected politicians, what a shemozzle that would create, parliament would grind to a halt, although it’s not far from that now with all the childish bickering and posturing carry on. Add to the list culture and gender wars and a subject that

Australian Politics / Grant Goldman Editorial / Political Propaganda

Grant Goldman editorial 7 August 2017

Propaganda Nation: There is more hype being pumped from the refuse of all political party ranks and big business than at any other time in our once great nation’s young history. We are being saturated with a constant stream of fake news drivel by mainstream media outlets as well as being subjugated by greedy, power hungry and untrustworthy individuals whose hidden agendas are dangerous for the survival of Australian society as we remember it from our earlier more prosperous years past. In support of my remarks; just take a look at the NBN (National Broadband Network) roll out. It