26th October, 2016
Philippines shift upsets war agenda
The Philippines' rejection of Anglo-American plans for
world war is just the beginning of a global revolt against
an empire which is wreaking death and destruction to save
Duterte is far from perfect, but his rejection of Obama's
war policy and imperial diktats, and his move to join China
and Russia in their new global alignment to uplift nations
through development, is a crucial shift. "Philippine President
Rodrigo Duterte seemed to have orchestrated one of
the most dramatic geopolitical shifts in Asia since the end
of the Cold War—abandoning the US, his country's longtime
ally, for rival China", rued Bloomberg's editorial board.
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- Aleppo and Mosul: A tale of two cities
- Russian leaders nail Anglo-American war drive
- Assad on civilian casualties, Western propaganda
- Is the United States now at war with Yemen?
- Philippines shift quickens decline of Asia Pivot
- Duterte media director posts EIR
- The evolving hybrid war on Ethiopia is all about China
- President Clump?
- Fed Board of Governors recognises importance of Glass-Steagall
- From cranes boom to apartments glut to banking crash
- Australian mini spy satellites to assist nuclear war?
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'Free market' smashes milk producers
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27th October, 2016
Financial sharks threaten Australia’s energy security
City of London and Wall Street financial sharks are responsible for the destruction of Australia’s energy security. They are among the biggest promoters of expensive, intermittent “green” energy, and their lobbying of governments to privatise electricity networks has effectively stolen assets that once belonged to all of us and served the common good.
Minister for the Environment and Energy Josh Frydenberg and his coalition partners have in recent weeks wailed over energy security. Following the South Australia blackout, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said “a number of the state Labor Governments have over the years set priorities and renewable targets that are extremely aggressive, extremely unrealistic, and have paid little or no attention to energy security”. Crocodile tears from “Mr Goldman Sachs” Turnbull, who has long championed carbon trading, are not convincing. Nor are Frydenberg’s similar musings, while he continues to support the Renewable Energy Target that is forecast to double the number of wind farms nationwide. Not surprising really, considering Frydenberg was a director at Deutsche Bank, one of the world’s biggest speculators in “renewable” energy.
The failure of the Basslink undersea electricity cable from 20 December 2015 to 13 June 2016 set off a power crisis in Tasmania, cutting it off from Victoria’s mostly coal-fired power supply.
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