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Watch this... How trash the leader of governments policies in one speech!!

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posted on Mar, 7 2014 @ 07:37 AM
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This is most relevant to people from Australia however similar things are being done all over the world with respect to new governments putting profit for corporations over all else.

As I said this is from Australia however it is a great speech from a member of the greens party addressed to the current Prime Minister of Australia however the environmental crime being committed here is no different from anywhere in the developed world. IMO this was a great roast of a terrible leader.

www.theguardian.com...


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posted on Mar, 7 2014 @ 08:37 AM
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Scott Ludlam although taking a stand with genuine concerned people is only a politician and a low ranking one at that .To me the political environment we humans have is one that has a element hidden inside . That element does not represent us altruistically despite appearing to do so . I liken it to the Jesuit order and their mod of operations .Even if they may find themselves opposing a brother fight for victory over him .The end justifies the means . A good example of this comes out in a recent trial that has been going on for years .

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This week the environmental movement suffered its biggest defeat since Climategate. And at the hands of its most hated enemy: Big Oil.
Here are the reasons why the court ruling by a US federal judge that Chevron should not have to pay $9.5 billion in damages to victims of oil pollution in Ecuador is a victory for common sense and justice which we should all be celebrating. www.breitbart.com...

From CBC radio show as it happens " Former Indian Affairs Minister Jim Prentice on his new job: resetting Enbridge's damaged relationship with First Nations, to win support for the Northern Gateway pipeline." Mr. Prentice after leaving politics went to work for CIBC bank .These pipelines are very important to the present Harper govt. and I would imagine any other politician no matter what stripe they may be to go ahead .It's the big Corporations that use the people we elect to represent us to change what they don't like and make it law ..Give them monetary incentives to create jobs . Change environmental protection steps and create bogus documents to keep us servant to them . The Native groups in this case have said it best .Too little too late and the waste of a good man . The audio interview is worth listening to . www.cbc.ca...

The OP's post and the politicians views are interesting but when we know the truth behind the scenes we can almost be certain that things are not what they seem and if change is going to come it will be too little too late . It may be time to take a time out from being shoved and pulled either this way or that way and concentrate on fixing the things we know we need to without big corporations need to make money .If they are genuinely concerned then it's them that needs to make it happen .They are the big power behind the party politics ...



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