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You ran away from DC, will you run to New Zealand now?
By Eric Worrall h/t Charles – a large spike in disappointed Progressive Aussies registering interest in migration to New Zealand has been detected in the wake of Australia’s shock Federal election result. Traffic to New Zealand’s Immigration Website Skyrocketed After the Australian Election By Gavin Butler|21 May 2019, 12:03pm … Immigration New Zealand (INZ) revealed that…
I'm not welcome in DC.
That has been made abundantly clear.
Actually it was Clive Palmer who ran with a Trump campaign.
He's a fat, rich idiot who shouts Fake News at the press, used a Make Australia Great slogan, boasts about his wealth (while cheating his workers out of their pay) and refused to listen to all the complaints of fraud and lies during his campaign.
Australian PM firm on climate change, in shades of Donald Trump
Scott Morrison is a heartless coward.
The Pacific island leaders were in tears, desperately trying to save their homes and their people.
Morrison couldn't give a shit who dies, as long as we can make money selling coal.
These two bastards can't see beyond their own greed.
"[I] get a little bit annoyed when we have people in those sorts of countries pointing the finger at Australia and say we should be shutting down all our resources sector so that they will continue to survive," he said.
"They will continue to survive, there's no question they will continue to survive, they will continue to survive with large aid assistance from Australia.
"They will continue to survive because many of their workers come here and pick our fruit."
The Fijian Prime Minister says Australia has taken a big step backwards in its relations with the Pacific.Read more from ABC News
Last year, Australia was among the world’s top investors in renewable energy in absolute terms and the biggest on a per capita basis.
Not make a blind bit of difference if the extra electricity does not displace fossil fuel generation.