Saltbush Club: Come Clean on the UN COP24 Meeting in Poland.

By Viv Forbes,

Secretary of the Saltbush Club

The Saltbush Club today called on the Morrison Government to come clean on what additional burdens for Australians are being discussed at COP24, the UN climate jamboree now taking place in Poland.

The Secretary of The Saltbush Club, Mr Viv Forbes of Australia, said that Australia will suffer badly from the destructive energy policies being promoted by the UN’s war on cheap, reliable hydro-carbon fuels.

“Like Solidarity in Poland, the Yellow Vests in France and the new Brazilian government we do not support the UN energy plans and we fear their hidden agenda.

“Australia’s backbone industries were built on cheap reliable power. We have huge overheads in the bureaucracy, academia and the welfare state which must be supported by real industry – mining and smelting, farming, fishing, forestry, processing, transport and manufacturing. These industries rely on hydro-carbon energy – coal, gas, oil, diesel and petrol.

“Because Australia has no nuclear or geothermal power, limited hydro potential, an aging fleet of coal generators and several bans on gas exploration, we are very vulnerable to the UN’s war on hydro-carbons.

“PM Morrison must answer three specific questions:

“Who represents Australia at COP24?

“What instructions have they been given?

“When will he report to the Australian people?

“Australia should sign nothing, agree to nothing and signal its intention to withdraw from the Paris Agreement.

“COP24 will produce zero benefits for Earth’s climate, but their goals are economically irresponsible for those selected to pay the bills.

“The Paris Agreement they seek to enforce is negative for the Australian people, and for everyone not on the climate gravy train.”
Viv Forbes
Washpool   Qld Australia

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3 thoughts on “Saltbush Club: Come Clean on the UN COP24 Meeting in Poland.

  1. Depends on what you call garbage – if you really believe that CO2 is the key and controllable driver of our climate then go control it and see how far you get – oh and by the way, you will have to stop the sun-spot cycles and re-calibrate the orbits of all the planets (eg: – get rid of gravity and magnetic attraction) in the solar system to ensure we get absolutely constant heat from the sun for the next few million years. Then there’s the cosmic radiation that seeds atmospheric water vapour to form clouds – that will have to moderated as well. Oh, and I forgot, you will have to stop the constant motion of the Earth’s tectonic plates to keep everything in the same position so that the land masses stop rising and falling because that gives the impression that sea levels are changing – and while you’re there, perhaps you could put a halt to all volcanic activity as well. But all in all, keep up the pressure on CO2 – if you can get it low enough you can kill off all life on Earth so that we don’t have to worry about climates any more – but I suppose you didn’t know that CO2 (through plant photosynthesis) sits at and drives the bottom of the global food chain! Also, if you really want all this so called pollution stopped, you’d better stop breathing as that will avoid a bit more CO2 being produced. Do try and think outside of the current scare stories – there’s a lot to learn you know. Alternately, if you don’t like the climate where you live, go live somewhere else – you know, warmer in the tropical regions and cooler towards the poles.

  2. Oh, and another thing – it was good to see Bill Shorten supporting the future development of Whyalla Steelworks in South Australia – good for jobs and good for the economy and there’s even a plan for a solar power installation to drive local horticulture developments. But can somebody please ask Mr Shorten how he intends to provide sufficient cheap and reliable 24/7 power 365 days per year to drive a 10 million tonnes per year steel plant bearing in mind that in the event of a grid blackout, the 200MW ‘new beaut’ battery system installed in SA might just keep a much smaller aluminium smelter running for about 8 minutes. Right now SA wouldn’t have a hope of providing the power demands for that project and some serious head-scratching is required on the topic of future power generation if SA and Australia as a whole are to remain competitive in the processing and manufacturing industries.

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