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"Did you catch the Four Corners investigation into Adani’s dangerous coal mine last night?

It was a devastating takedown of the monstrous coal giant’s environmental destruction, money laundering, bribery, water waste, corruption and greed. Even the former Indian Environment Minister urged Australian politicians to ‘do their homework’ before handing over our Reef to Adani.

Unbelievably, the federal Liberal and state Labor parties keep trying to bring this environmental disaster to Queensland. Fortunately, the QLD election will be called any minute...."

From a mail out by The Greens, Richard Di Natoli; for once I agree with him, Adani is not a grub, however, he is a virus.
Posted by Is Mise, Sunday, 8 October 2017 6:38:43 PM
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The only thing wrong with the "Adani" mine is that all coal mines should be operated by Australians, not foreigners. We should be mining coal, using it ourselves, and selling it to India and China who are both establishing coal- powered power plants because they want development and cheap energy. Australian politicians are economic morons. While China and India, undeterred by by a bit of CO2 in the air, are trying to lift themselves out of the Third World, Turbull and co, along with Labor, are driving us down into that Third World.
Posted by ttbn, Sunday, 8 October 2017 10:16:56 PM
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"Australia’s leaders ignore eminent Ocean Elders' warnings about Adani mine
Sue Arnold 8 October 2017, 9:30am 9

When Malcolm Turnbull, Julie Bishop and Annastacia Palaszczuk ignore grave letters of concern about the Adani Carmichael mine from the Ocean Elders, one of the most prestigious marine organisations in the world, Australians have a right to be outraged.

The very least they should expect from their leaders is a personal in-depth response to the serious issues raised." http://independentaustralia.net/environment/environment-display/australias-leaders-ignore-international-concern-over-adani,10797
Posted by leoj, Sunday, 8 October 2017 10:18:01 PM
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Oh I thought the Great Barrier reef died in 1970 and then 1980 and then 1990 and then 2000 and then 2005 and then 2010 and 2015 and now?
Posted by runner, Sunday, 8 October 2017 11:40:09 PM
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runner, your mob make a habit pf getting things wrong. Listen to the loonie Christians who predicted Christ was going to return;

500AD. 793 Apr 6, 1000 Jan 1, 1260, 1370, 1504, 1524 Feb 20, 1524–1526, 533 Oct 19, 1673, 1694, 1700, 1757, 1793-1795, etc etc the last prediction was from Mark Biltz who began teaching that Christ's return would correspond with the September 28, 2015 lunar eclipse. Lunar being the operative word.

Don't worry, don't feel you missed the boat, there are plenty of future predictions as well; Ronald Weinland believes that Jesus Christ will return on the eve of Pentecost in the year 2019, making the date Saturday, June 8, besides 2019 you can also choose from 2021, 2024, 2025, 2057.

As a confirmed Christian fundo, what date do you agree with?
Posted by Paul1405, Monday, 9 October 2017 3:53:15 AM
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leoj,

Can't say that I've heard of the 'Ocean Elders'. What makes them 'eminent'? As for Australians having “a right to be outraged”, I don't know if there is a 'right to outrage' on the books, but certainly some Australians are permanently 'outraged'. I am surprised that you have found common ground with them. Is there a proven deleterious effect of this proposed mine? Is there a problem with the fact that a foreigner is showing up Australians for the mamby pamby, gutless wonders they are. Politically corret. No guts. Cowed by the the eco-nutters. Stupid enough to believe the lies about damage to the Barrier Reef?
Posted by ttbn, Monday, 9 October 2017 8:43:22 AM
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