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The War on Coal


Grant Goldman Editorial, Super Radio Network

Wednesday 28 October 2015

Here is a list of key organisations actively promoting the war against civilisation. These are the internationalist thugs who want the poor to stay impoverished and the hungry to remain starving. These are the people who fraudulently claim tax deductibility for their actions in attacking every kind of genuine human progress. These are the dangerous elements who campaign to divert gigantic sums of public money into subsidising sources of energy which cannot function competitively without the assistance of stolen money.

Here is the list:
Number one is GetUp!, leading the racist campaign against the Adani company, pushing the line that the poor of India have no right to the inexpensive energy which they crave because they are only Indians.

Number two is Greenpeace, infamous for many reasons including its campaign against DDT, which according to Robert Gwadz of the US National Institutes of Health “may have killed 20 million children” who died unnecessarily from malaria.

Number three is the Australian Conservation Foundation, which confers demigod status on the totally discredited fraudster Al Gore, and persists in its wholly false claim that governments give massive subsidies to the coal industry.

Number four is Seed, a relatively new arrival on the anti-civilisation block. Seed asserts on its Website: Climate Change is the biggest threat to Black Australia, which is a big call. Seed also proclaims: “Opening up our lands to mining is not a solution to black poverty.” Wise Australians such as Warren Mundine keep repeating that the solutions include jobs and training. Seed seems to be on the wrong team.

Number five is the Australian Youth Climate Coalition, which specialises in recycling. That is recycling propaganda from all the other anti-civilisation groups without contributing anything original or imaginative. And of course the Australian Youth Climate Coalition, like its allies, has an expert fundraising pitch to part the unwary from their dollars.

Number six is 350.org. On 21 May this year I had something to say about this bunch of economic saboteurs who were illegally occupying offices of the Commonwealth Bank in Melbourne. One clown fell off the roof and injured his ankle, poor chap. The same mob staged protests earlier in the same week in Auckland and in Ho Chi Minh City.

Number seven is Doctors for the Environment Australia which has three identifiable members one of whom is a doctor. Doctors for the Environment Australia hates coal and seems to have missed out on the information that without coal, medical science could not have progressed beyond the eighteenth century.

Number eight is Friends of the Earth, founded in 1969 and now with four and a half decades of expertise in posturing as some kind of charitable institution while pushing hardline anti-enterprise, anti-energy politics.

Number nine is Market Forces, a daughter organisation of Friends of the Earth. Market Forces specialises in bullying financial institutions into divestment campaigns. In other words they have chosen a name exactly the opposite of their beliefs and aspirations.

Number ten is the Wilderness Society, spawned as the Tasmanian Wilderness Society around 1976 to provide a spiritual home for lonely Lake Pedder Activists. For practical purposes the Wilderness Society is an extension of the Greens.

All ten of these anti-civilisation organisations have sponsored a letter signed by sixty-one self-appointed prominent Australians asking world leaders to consider a ban on new coal mines. I will have more to say about this in coming days, but II should mention some of the useful idiots – to use Lenin’s term – who have signed this fool letter. Professor Fiona Stanley, author Richard Flanagan, Bernie Fraser, Bishop George Browning and Wallaby David Pocock, who endorses the example of Peter Fitzsimons that skill and courage on the Rugby field do not necessarily bestow common sense.

I remind these sixty-one easily misled busybodies that their war on coal is a major threat to the poor and disadvantaged of the world. How dare you campaign to entrench their poverty and intensify their misery!

If you agree with me, back me up. If you disagree, prove me wrong.

More about the War on Coal

Grant Goldman Editorial, Super Radio Network Thursday 29 October 2015
Yesterday I listed ten organisations which are expert at extracting money from the public to purse their war against civilisation. These internationalist thugs skilfully portray themselves as motivated by humanitarian or conservationist ideas and love to illustrate their websites with furry animals which of course will all become extinct unless one immediately sends money. I explained that these are the people who fraudulently claim tax deductibility for their actions in attacking every kind of genuine human progress. They want the poor to stay impoverished and the hungry to remain starving. These ten organisations campaign to divert gigantic sums of public money into subsidising sources of energy which cannot function competitively without the assistance of stolen money.

And those ten organisations have again proved the Vladimir Ilyich Lenin dictum that there will always be plenty of useful idiots willing to help destroy society. They have found sixty- one useful idiots who have signed a letter asking world leaders to consider a ban on new coal mines. This foolishness has had wall-to-wall coverage on the ABC. In promoting hour after hour the self-styled sixty-one prominent Australians, to the best of my knowledge the National Broadcaster has scrupulously failed to mention the ten malign organisations who have been calling the shots. They are GetUp!, Greenpeace, the Australian Conservation Foundation, Seed, the Australian Youth Climate Coalition, 350.org, Doctors for the Environment Australia, Friends of the Earth, Market Forces, and the Wilderness Society.

An interesting coincidence appears too good to be true for the enemies of civilisation. The war on coal letter just happened to appear concurrently with the appointment of Australia’s new chief scientist, who also wants to abolish coal. This chap also wants to abolish oil and gas. In fairness to Alan Finkel, his professed enthusiasm for nuclear energy sets him apart from most of the enemies of coal and saves him from being a total fool.

All nine of these anti-civilisation organisations have sponsored a letter signed by sixty-one self-appointed prominent Australians asking world leaders to consider a ban on new coal mines. I will have more to say about this in coming days, but II should mention some of the useful idiots – to use Lenin’s term – who have signed this fool letter. Professor Fiona Stanley, author Richard Flanagan, Bernie Fraser, Bishop George Browning and Wallaby David Pocock, who endorses the example of Peter Fitzsimons that skill and courage on the Rugby field do not necessarily bestow common sense.

Here are five facts about Australia Coal, quoting from Australasian Science Magazine of June 2012:

1. Coal was Australia’s first known export. It was first exported from Newcastle in 1799, and destined for Bengal in India.

2. The coal industry directly employs over 40,000 people and a further 100,000 indirectly.

3. Total production of raw black coal in Australia was 405 million tonnes in 2010-11. After processing, 326 million tonnes of black coal was available for both domestic use and for export.

4. Coal is the fuel for around 77% of Australia’s electricity.

5. Every year, the coal industry pays billions of dollars to Commonwealth and state governments in the form of corporate taxes, natural resource royalties, and payment of freight charges. Coal mines will pay an estimated $4.5 billion in royalties to state governments in 2011-12. This provides funding for hospitals, schools and roads.

There we are, just five of the important facts about coal.

Coal is part of Australia.

If you agree with me, back me up. If you disagree, prove me wrong.

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