Edit, in the comments: The Liberal party treasurer as of 2020, Charlie Taylor, Angus Taylor’s brother, worked for McKinsey for 34 years until he go that appointment.
That article is rife with inaccuracies.
Excellent, I thought they had misrepresented me but I am relieved now.That article is rife with inaccuracies.
1: I live just outside of Melbourne - not Sydney.
2: I’m 43 not 73
3: 2050 is an unfeasibly short term target for such an unfathomably radical change in behaviour. If I did make that statement, I was probably pissed at the time.
At least they spelled my name right though…
When I was 11 years old I threw a bin lid into the air and a friend photographed it mid flight. We printed it in b&w and used it as supporting imagery for UFO sightings for a school newspaper.Not sure if your serious. UFOs surely exist but they're only really an "unidentified" flying object to the extent you can't identify the object. A frizbee across the back fence is 100% a UFO if you can't "identify" what it was. It's a big reach from unidentified optical (or sensor derived) phenomenon to little green men and redneck abductions with compulsory anal probing.
Of course it makes sense!
To be fair there are at least a hundred godawful satellite towns across the UK that make Adelaide look like fucking Las Vegas but the reference wouldn't have travelled well.Could nearly take that as offensive when it comes from someone who has spent 3 months in Howard Springs this year
Do you actually think anyone other than a minor party will tick that box....then direct preferences to the highest bidder anyway?If you don't vote for someone at the next election who is about action rather than hope, you are the problem.
Very eloquently spoken.
It just makes me insanely angry and incredibly depressed in equal measure that we knew all this 50 years ago - but people are too fuckign dumb to accept it.Very eloquently spoken.
The major sticking point is that all governments around the world are very short sighted, they won't deal with such long term objectives unless it wins votes. It is crucial that it becomes strongly popular (in public opinion) to address climate change for it to become a government action.