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Tuesday, 23 November 2021
Fighting Fake News with REAL 23/11/21 LNP Can-Do State of South Australia Makes Morrison look a Liar; Truth in Humour
Not on our front pages COAL FREE STATE MAKES MORRISON LOOK A MORRISON
Arbor (Informed Comment) – Giles Parkinson at Renew Economy reports
that for several hours on Sunday, November 21, the huge state of South
“South Australia on Sunday became the first gigawatt scale grid in the
world to reach zero operational demand when the combined output of
rooftop solar and other small non-scheduled generators exceeded all the
local customer load requirements.
”Over all, wind and solar accounted for 62% of South Australia’s
electricity production this past year, and the state has set a goal of
making it 100% by 2030, a goal it is likely to meet early. By 2050 the
state intends to get 500% of its electricity from wind and solar and to
export everything above 100% to the rest of Australia or abroad via
The very notion of ridding us of the ABC was once a “dead cat ” on
the table just as changing Voter ID laws are suggested to be a mere
distraction. That “dead cat” has been alive for more than 8 years and in
fact, has grown into tiger that has reduced the most trusted newscaster
in the country’s budget by a billion dollars leaving it with the
equivalent of 1984. Bragg’s inquiry is dominated by the LNP and has only
one intent “cripple our the ABC”, Morrison is on a raze and burn campaign before the election as his pollsters are telling him he's going to lose.
The fate of Senator Andrew Bragg’s inquiry into the way the
ABC and SBS handle complaints will be decided in a matter of days, with
two independent senators and the Labor Party signalling they would
support a motion by the Greens to terminate it. But Dhanya Mani, a
campaigner against misconduct towards women, backed the inquiry, saying
it would be a better alternative to the ABC’s independent review.
Oh damn, I just remembered that he suggested that those women who
marched were too far away to meet with and that they were lucky that
this was Australia because they’d be met with bullets if they tried it
in some other country.