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Re: Why Baillieu can't instantly deliver on everything

On 25/11/2011 12:16 AM, Oy Rool Out a Carbon Tax wrote:

> On 24/11/2011 11:19 PM, B J Foster wrote:


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> Incidentally he [Tim Flannery] is on $3,600 a week of our taxpayers

> money for working just three days a week making up more garbage.

> http://www.ausfish.com.au/vforum/showthread.php?177344-Climate-Change…)

More about Professor Flim Flam:

He once said that "most climate skeptics were men over 65".

He was interviewed on 891 Adelaide by Ian Henschke in February. Three
times he was asked "Are you a climate scientist?" and three times Tim
Flannery evaded the question.

He has a doctorate in Palaeontology.

http://www.climatechangedenier.com.au/climate-change/tim-flannery-app…

Nowadays, Professor Flim Flam is now a big supporter of CSG and he’s
saying that *opposition* to CSG could lead to "dislocation across
Australia".

NOT A WORD ABOUT THE POTENTIAL DISASTER FOR THE IRREPLACEABLE GROUND
WATER RESOURCES.

It is almost impossible calculate the damage this guy has done to our
country.

"Men are from Mars, women from Venus, and it seems Flannery is from Uranus"

http://austeaparty.com.au/web/?p=5800#more-5800

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3 Responses to “Re: Why Baillieu can't instantly deliver on everything”

  1. admin says:

    On 25/11/2011 12:16 AM, Oy Rool Out a Carbon Tax wrote:

    > On 24/11/2011 11:19 PM, B J Foster wrote:


    > ————————————————————————— —————-

    > Incidentally he [Tim Flannery] is on $3,600 a week of our taxpayers

    > money for working just three days a week making up more garbage.

    > http://www.ausfish.com.au/vforum/showthread.php?177344-Climate-Change…)

    More about Professor Flim Flam:

    He was interviewed on 891 Adelaide by Ian Henschke in February. Three
    times he was asked "Are you a climate scientist?" and three times Tim
    Flannery evaded the question.

    (He has a doctorate in Palaeontology)

    http://www.climatechangedenier.com.au/climate-change/tim-flannery-app

    Nowadays, all of a sudden, Professor Flim Flam is a big supporter of CSG
    and he’s saying that *opposition* to CSG could lead to "dislocation
    across Australia".

    WHAT ABOUT THE POTENTIAL DISASTER FOR THE IRREPLACEABLE GROUND WATER
    RESOURCES?

    IF HIS DISASTROUS PREDICTIONS HAD BEEN CORRECT, GROUNDWATER WOULD HAVE
    BEEN OUR LAST RESORT?

    It is almost impossible calculate the damage this guy has done to our
    country.

    "Men are from Mars, women from Venus, and it seems Flannery is from Uranus"

    http://austeaparty.com.au/web/?p=5800#more-5800

  2. admin says:

    On 25/11/2011 6:25 AM, B J Foster wrote:

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    > On 25/11/2011 12:16 AM, Oy Rool Out a Carbon Tax wrote:

    >> On 24/11/2011 11:19 PM, B J Foster wrote:

    > …

    >> ————————————————————————— —————-

    >> Incidentally he [Tim Flannery] is on $3,600 a week of our taxpayers

    >> money for working just three days a week making up more garbage.

    >> http://www.ausfish.com.au/vforum/showthread.php?177344-Climate-Change…)

    > More about Professor Flim Flam:

    > He was interviewed on 891 Adelaide by Ian Henschke in February. Three

    > times he was asked "Are you a climate scientist?" and three times Tim

    > Flannery evaded the question.

    > (He has a doctorate in Palaeontology)

    > http://www.climatechangedenier.com.au/climate-change/tim-flannery-app

    Resident fuckwit Professor Trevor (Tosspot) Wilson will confirm for you
    that he is definitely *NOT* qualified to speak on climate. He has
    identified him as a charlatan and a fraud. He is but a bone collector.

    > Nowadays, all of a sudden, Professor Flim Flam is a big supporter of CSG

    > and he’s saying that *opposition* to CSG could lead to "dislocation

    > across Australia".

    > WHAT ABOUT THE POTENTIAL DISASTER FOR THE IRREPLACEABLE GROUND WATER

    > RESOURCES?

    > IF HIS DISASTROUS PREDICTIONS HAD BEEN CORRECT, GROUNDWATER WOULD HAVE

    > BEEN OUR LAST RESORT?

    > It is almost impossible calculate the damage this guy has done to our

    > country.

    You’re not kidding. Given that, a real candidate for a Labor Australian
    of the Year. Damage to Australia is their speciality.

    > "Men are from Mars, women from Venus, and it seems Flannery is from Uranus"

    > http://austeaparty.com.au/web/?p=5800#more-5800

    Not mine, thank you very much. Myanus has standards and Flannery doesn’t
    meet the entry requirements… or more accurately, exit requirements.


    "If we cut emissions today, global temperatures are not likely to drop

    for about a thousand years. "

    — Tim (it ain’t a gonna rain no more) Flannery

    – Australian Climate Commissar

  3. admin says:

    On 25/11/2011 11:03 AM, Oy Rool Out a Carbon Tax wrote:

    >> Nowadays, all of a sudden, Professor Flim Flam is a big supporter of CSG

    >> and he’s saying that *opposition* to CSG could lead to "dislocation

    >> across Australia".

    >> WHAT ABOUT THE POTENTIAL DISASTER FOR THE IRREPLACEABLE GROUND WATER

    >> RESOURCES?

    >> IF HIS DISASTROUS PREDICTIONS HAD BEEN CORRECT, GROUNDWATER WOULD HAVE

    >> BEEN OUR LAST RESORT?

    >> It is almost impossible calculate the damage this guy has done to our

    >> country.

    > You’re not kidding. Given that, a real candidate for a Labor Australian

    > of the Year. Damage to Australia is their speciality.

    And hypocrisy – like their other hero, Ross Garnaut – economist!