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  • Aussiestan runs pilot project for Green New Deal. Heat or eat

    If you are hungry you can give up on energy.

    Power prices in the Australian Renewable Energy Paradise of South Australia have driven 102,000 South Australians to beg for help from food charities, according to a major South Australian Newspaper.
    The backward country sells coal to China for economical electricity but they must virtue signal with uber expensive and unreliable "renewable" sources.

    So people beg for food.


    More than 102,000 South Australians seeking food donations, forced to skip meals to pay bills
    In America consumer spending fuels GDP growth.

    In the backward down under, there is hardly any money left over for consumer spending after energy bills.

    GDP chart for Aussiestan is SICK 1.6 trillion 2013 down to 1.3 trillion 2016.

    38 cents per Kilowatt hour southern Australia

    Our bill is 7 cents/KWH

    Last night's circus applauded Virtue electric signals but they didn't mention costs.

    So to make things worse, Aussies have black outs. Of course if the power goes out, there is no food in the empty ice box anyway to spoil.

    I suggest the Green New Deal campaign SAIL to Australia to study best practices. No need to fly burning fossil fuels.


    https://wattsupwiththat.com/2017/10/...ood-donations/

  • #2
    Originally posted by Nouveau View Post
    If you are hungry you can give up on energy.



    The backward country sells coal to China for economical electricity but they must virtue signal with uber expensive and unreliable "renewable" sources.

    So people beg for food.




    In America consumer spending fuels GDP growth.

    In the backward down under, there is hardly any money left over for consumer spending after energy bills.

    GDP chart for Aussiestan is SICK 1.6 trillion 2013 down to 1.3 trillion 2016.

    38 cents per Kilowatt hour southern Australia

    Our bill is 7 cents/KWH

    Last night's circus applauded Virtue electric signals but they didn't mention costs.

    So to make things worse, Aussies have black outs. Of course if the power goes out, there is no food in the empty ice box anyway to spoil.

    I suggest the Green New Deal campaign SAIL to Australia to study best practices. No need to fly burning fossil fuels.


    https://wattsupwiththat.com/2017/10/...ood-donations/
    Maybe they could swim there
    "Now, what is the Sacrament of the Altar!
    Answer: It is the true body and blood of our Lord Jesus Christ, in and under the bread and wine which we Christians are commanded by the Word of Christ to eat and to drink."

    Martin Luther "The Large Cathechism"

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    • #3
      Originally posted by ignatius View Post

      Maybe they could swim there
      Boiling oceans risk.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Nouveau View Post

        Boiling oceans risk.
        Perfect
        "Now, what is the Sacrament of the Altar!
        Answer: It is the true body and blood of our Lord Jesus Christ, in and under the bread and wine which we Christians are commanded by the Word of Christ to eat and to drink."

        Martin Luther "The Large Cathechism"

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        • #5
          Originally posted by ignatius View Post

          Perfect
          I consider going deep sea fishing and catch some poached salmon.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Nouveau View Post
            If you are hungry you can give up on energy.



            The backward country sells coal to China for economical electricity but they must virtue signal with uber expensive and unreliable "renewable" sources.

            So people beg for food.




            In America consumer spending fuels GDP growth.

            In the backward down under, there is hardly any money left over for consumer spending after energy bills.

            GDP chart for Aussiestan is SICK 1.6 trillion 2013 down to 1.3 trillion 2016.

            38 cents per Kilowatt hour southern Australia

            Our bill is 7 cents/KWH

            Last night's circus applauded Virtue electric signals but they didn't mention costs.

            So to make things worse, Aussies have black outs. Of course if the power goes out, there is no food in the empty ice box anyway to spoil.

            I suggest the Green New Deal campaign SAIL to Australia to study best practices. No need to fly burning fossil fuels.


            https://wattsupwiththat.com/2017/10/...ood-donations/
            Let's compare South Australia with the USA.

            The article claims that around 102,000 South Australians had to seek food assistance. South Australia has a population of 1.677 million people. As a percentage that's 6% of the population had to seek food assistance.

            Now, taking a look at the US Department of Agriculture Economic Research Service has a report on Food Security in the USA: https://www.ers.usda.gov/topics/food...-graphics.aspx

            This summary report shows that around 11.1% of American households are considered "Food-insecure" in 2018.

            A rough comparison suggests that Americans are twice as likely to need food assistance compared to South Australians. Probably best to check your own back yard before laughing at others, don't you think Nouveau?

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            • #7
              Originally posted by TeabagSalad View Post

              Let's compare South Australia with the USA.

              The article claims that around 102,000 South Australians had to seek food assistance. South Australia has a population of 1.677 million people. As a percentage that's 6% of the population had to seek food assistance.

              Now, taking a look at the US Department of Agriculture Economic Research Service has a report on Food Security in the USA: https://www.ers.usda.gov/topics/food...-graphics.aspx

              This summary report shows that around 11.1% of American households are considered "Food-insecure" in 2018.

              A rough comparison suggests that Americans are twice as likely to need food assistance compared to South Australians. Probably best to check your own back yard before laughing at others, don't you think Nouveau?
              I don't think you can compare the two countries that way. Americans are lazy. Australians aren't.
              “When the debate is lost, slander becomes the tool of the loser.” - Socrates

              "The concept of a "Personal God," interfering with natural events,...." No criticism of this distorted idea of God can be sharp enough". - Tillich

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              • #8
                Do waste time about food aid when the nut case gubment is pushing outrageous high energy expenses.

                Originally posted by TeabagSalad View Post

                Let's compare South Australia with the USA.

                The article claims that around 102,000 South Australians had to seek food assistance. South Australia has a population of 1.677 million people. As a percentage that's 6% of the population had to seek food assistance.

                Now, taking a look at the US Department of Agriculture Economic Research Service has a report on Food Security in the USA: https://www.ers.usda.gov/topics/food...-graphics.aspx

                This summary report shows that around 11.1% of American households are considered "Food-insecure" in 2018.

                A rough comparison suggests that Americans are twice as likely to need food assistance compared to South Australians. Probably best to check your own back yard before laughing at others, don't you think Nouveau?
                You wasted all that bandwidth and didn't address the insane expensive energy driven by ignorance.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Nouveau View Post
                  Do waste time about food aid when the nut case gubment is pushing outrageous high energy expenses.



                  You wasted all that bandwidth and didn't address the insane expensive energy driven by ignorance.
                  Same thing going on in France where gas is $8.00 a gallon. For what? What good does this do for the French? It's insane.
                  “When the debate is lost, slander becomes the tool of the loser.” - Socrates

                  "The concept of a "Personal God," interfering with natural events,...." No criticism of this distorted idea of God can be sharp enough". - Tillich

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Nouveau View Post
                    If you are hungry you can give up on energy.



                    The backward country sells coal to China for economical electricity but they must virtue signal with uber expensive and unreliable "renewable" sources.

                    So people beg for food.




                    In America consumer spending fuels GDP growth.

                    In the backward down under, there is hardly any money left over for consumer spending after energy bills.

                    GDP chart for Aussiestan is SICK 1.6 trillion 2013 down to 1.3 trillion 2016.

                    38 cents per Kilowatt hour southern Australia

                    Our bill is 7 cents/KWH

                    Last night's circus applauded Virtue electric signals but they didn't mention costs.

                    So to make things worse, Aussies have black outs. Of course if the power goes out, there is no food in the empty ice box anyway to spoil.

                    I suggest the Green New Deal campaign SAIL to Australia to study best practices. No need to fly burning fossil fuels.


                    https://wattsupwiththat.com/2017/10/...ood-donations/
                    only 100.000?

                    we gotta' start doing what they're doing

                    we got at least 7,000,000 getting food donations in America, while burning fossil fuels

                    de-nier propaganda is so shockingly stupid.

                    Why aren't you people insulted by how stupid de-nier propagandists think you are?

                    you're not really that stupid are you?

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by backup View Post

                      only 100.000?

                      we gotta' start doing what they're doing

                      we got at least 7,000,000 getting food donations in America, while burning fossil fuels

                      de-nier propaganda is so shockingly stupid.

                      Why aren't you people insulted by how stupid de-nier propagandists think you are?

                      you're not really that stupid are you?
                      I don't think those who get freebie food here do it because their power bill os crazily high because of far leftist whack jobs wanting to save the planet.
                      “When the debate is lost, slander becomes the tool of the loser.” - Socrates

                      "The concept of a "Personal God," interfering with natural events,...." No criticism of this distorted idea of God can be sharp enough". - Tillich

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Deist View Post

                        I don't think those who get freebie food here do it because their power bill os crazily high because of far leftist whack jobs wanting to save the planet.
                        The Aussiestan energy prices are equivalent to being on food stamps and trying to feed the kids on Football stadium prices for hotdogs.

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                        • #13
                          What do they do with all the money they confiscate from the citizens through energy taxes? How are exorbitant prices on energy helping the Aussies?
                          “When the debate is lost, slander becomes the tool of the loser.” - Socrates

                          "The concept of a "Personal God," interfering with natural events,...." No criticism of this distorted idea of God can be sharp enough". - Tillich

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Nouveau View Post

                            The Aussiestan energy prices are equivalent to being on food stamps and trying to feed the kids on Football stadium prices for hotdogs.
                            Is that why our minimum wages are $18.93 per hour and why we are not in debt to China and why our National Debt is not $23 trillion and why we have a balanced budget and a trade surplus? https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-05-...-wage/11162780

                            ... always look on the bright side of life - Idle Cleese

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                            • #15
                              Aussistan is going full socialist.
                              Blackouts, starvation, brown outs, shortages are signs socialism is working properly.

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