Guardian columnist Moonbat engages in climate class warfare over Aussie elections

Fossil fuels have allowed more people to garner wealth and health than any other human development.

George Monbiot writes in the Guardian:

If Abbott is elected, the natural wonders that distinguish this nation will gradually be rubbed away until it looks like anywhere else: a degraded landscape and seascape, supporting just a few generic exotic species.

The country will be run exclusively for the class to which Gina Rinehart, Clive Palmer and Ivan Glasenberg belong: the 1% of the 1%. Forget the pious rhetoric and nationalistic bombast. Abbott’s policies are really about removing the social and environmental protections enjoyed by all Australians, to allow the filthy rich to become richer – and filthier.

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4 thoughts on “Guardian columnist Moonbat engages in climate class warfare over Aussie elections”

  1. Yeah, Tony Abbott and his Ministers are going to “rub away” Uluru/Ayers Rock, the Great Barrier Reef, the Great Dividing range, the Pilbara and all the other natural wonders that have survived for thousands or even millions of years. In just three years, it will all be gone. Is there nothing they can’t do?

    Pathetic. It’s too late, George, your heroes will be out of office in just 72 hours. Now, that’s the kind of speedy “rubbing away” that is worth commenting on!

  2. I have read the expanded post and most of the letters – what a sad pack of parasites this fellow attracts – as far as I am concerned it is going to take the new Government several terms to repair the horrific damage this labor Govt and their obvious pack of misguided rat bags have done in the years since John Howard was stupidly dumped by a flighty bunch of voters.

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