(AustraliaMatters) I’ve never been much of a Alan Jones fan over the years, but seeing him recently stand up against the Juliar Rothschild carbon tax rot (that will do zero for the planet considering China isn’t cutting back emissions and volcanoes still erupt) caught my ear.
He’s back again–this time he’s giving me goose bumps. I’ve read and watched much information regarding globalism, cancer causes and government corruption, but I’ve never heard anything as powerful as this from a well known Australian directed at the so called government.
In this must watch presentation at the National Press Club, Alan Jones speaks up about the use of possible cancer causing chemicals such as benzine being placed into the ground to extract coal seam gas. (CSG)
Of the 22+ chemicals used, only two are disclosed to the pubic. If the practise was safe then all chemicals would be disclosed. If I’m caught flushing anything strange down the drain, local council would be on my case wanting to know what it was and if I’m a terrorist. Yet multinational mining corporations are allowed to flush 20+ unknown chemicals down into the ground near our homes and national drinking water sources.
Jones goes on to point out the so called government and international mining companies have been committing “legalised robbery”. Yeap, yet if we owe the “not a legal entity” ATO 5 cents, look out tax payers, you’ll share a jail cell with fat bubba.
Did you know farmers that bought their land before 1910 ALSO own all the mineral rights under their properties?? Jones spills the beans on that!!
He goes on to say the Chinese in Australia supposedly use a term “paddock to plate”. Good Australian pastoral land being bought up by China “the paddock” is used to grow food for their “plates” back in China. 43 NSW farms bought recently for this purpose.
Jones tells of how former PM Kevin Fabian Rudd recently gave a CHOGM speech about Australia’s current and future food security, all the while leaving out how his own home electorate of Queensland has mutiny on the Bounty Premier Anna Bligh handing out mining exploration permits like candy in prime food producing areas called the “golden triangle”.
I’ll be putting the above Jones presentation onto home playable DVD’s to send out to people that aren’t able to see this online for what ever reason. $2 donation to cover AU postage and the disc is all I’ll ask for. If you’re interested please send an email with your mailing address to admin at australiamatters.com for more details.
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