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Carbon Tax – the amazing, modern fiscal miracle! April 17, 2011

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Carbon Tax – the amazing, modern fiscal miracle!

Australian Conservative
5 April 2011

We are told that the carbon tax will be “revenue neutral”.

Big deal. So was the budget in Soviet Russia – they took 100 per cent of your income and spent it all.

But carbon tax collectors look like spending far more than their income.

Those magicians in Canberra are going to reimburse all “low income” people for the effect of their carbon tax on the cost for electricity and food.

And also reduce the petrol excise. And exempt export industries.

And pay our share of the UN Cancun Climate giveaway of $100 billion per year.

And give subsidies and tax breaks to Green Energy.

And purchase carbon credits.

And provide $800 million per year to the Climate Research Industry.

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1. karin1941 - April 17, 2011

Well – it has been said that there is a sucker born every minute. The rise of profiteering by selling the ephemeral to the gullible would not have come into existence, were it not for the unholy alliance of environmentalism, politics and social control. The entire push for green energy and carbon control only exists because a sufficient number of people with political and financial power came to see these issues as furthering their cause and/or interests. The world needs to wake up and see these profiteers, such as General Electric and Al Gore – for what they are – parasites praying on the foolish in the name of saving the planet from the imaginary threat of Anthropomorphic Global Warming. Climate Change is natural, inevitable and real – AGW is not!

2. Jeremy Michaels - May 8, 2011

The reimbursements would end up cut in a future budget under the ‘we can’t afford it’ tag which is Labor talk for ‘we want the money for ourselves.’

I think it’s safe to say Julia’s motivation isn’t helping the environment but simply staying in government long enough to complete a term as prime minister and collect the inflated pension and other unearned benefits.

If it wrecks Australia it’s no big deal to her, she’s set for life.


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