Nationals Emergency: Queensland MPs Demand Coal-Fired Power Plants to Quell Rocketing Power Prices

Australia’s self-inflicted renewable energy calamity is existential for communities that support energy hungry businesses. Not that you’d know it from the noises that emanate from the Nation’s capital, Canberra.

The Greens would destroy capitalism in a heartbeat, should they ever get control of the joint. So, those engaged in profitable enterprise can’t expect any assistance from the hard-left.

The so-called ‘workers party’, ain’t any better. Under Bill Shorten the Labor Party has lurched even further to the left, terrified of losing inner-city seats to the Greens.

The result being that the Green/Labor Alliance rabidly supports heavily subsidised and chaotically intermittent wind and solar and, thereby, has signed a death warrant for tens of thousands of well-paid manufacturing, mining and mineral processing jobs. The thousands employed by aluminium smelters, will be just the first to face the axe.

Those industries and the jobs they support have found an ally in the Nationals, with at least a few of their members eager to fight for reliable and affordable electricity, in order to prevent any further (wholly unnecessary) economic destruction.

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Paul and Eli Stringer, Bundaberg Walkers foundry in Bundaberg.

Australia’s self-inflicted renewable energy calamity is existential for communities that support energy hungry businesses. Not that you’d know it from the noises that emanate from the Nation’s capital, Canberra.

The Greens would destroy capitalism in a heartbeat, should they ever get control of the joint. So, those engaged in profitable enterprise can’t expect any assistance from the hard-left.

The so-called ‘workers party’, ain’t any better. Under Bill Shorten the Labor Party has lurched even further to the left, terrified of losing inner-city seats to the Greens.

The result being that the Green/Labor Alliance rabidly supports heavily subsidised and chaotically intermittent wind and solar and, thereby, has signed a death warrant for tens of thousands of well-paid manufacturing, mining and mineral processing jobs. The thousands employed by aluminium smelters, will be just the first to face the axe.

Those industries and the…

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