posted on May, 30 2012 @ 08:40 PM
reply to post by kwakakev
First it was Global Warming. Then the buzzwords were changed to Carbon Emissions. Enter the Carbon Tax. Now, all we hear about is this thing called
Germanicus has caught wind before of my feelings towards the implications of legislation regarding these things (read: Wealth Redistribution... I'm
not going to use the word Socialism, don't worry!)
A couple other points:
1. When the Mighty Eagle falls, I'm going to be glad we're such good buds with the Great Dragon.. Australia has frankly been the US's bitch for far
too long, ever since the great wars. Yes, we have US Military institutions here, but those are everywhere (*grumble*). We have no place in any of the
conflicts the US is spearheading, US 'Rines have no place in our North.
2. China owns Australia. We have the Ore, they have the infrastructure and energy to process and smelt its products. Also,
It has been brewing for some time, but the revelation that Chinese state-owned company Shenhua Watermark Coal had spent about $200 million buying up
43 farms on prime agricultural land near Gunnedah in New South Wales has led to calls to halt the so-called foreign "land grab".
The Australian Greens fuelled the fire yesterday, claiming that research they commissioned showed Australia's mining wealth was now 87 per cent
foreign-owned, and that $50 billion in dividends from mining companies operating on our shores would flow overseas over the next five years.
3. Alex Jones can blumpkin
4. Germanicus, interesting point on interest rates - Lower rates, Get 'em in, ???....
As a young guy, I am considering my options for future investments. My parents have always played the property game, and done well; but I think even
now they're starting to realise that its not how it used to be. My mother firmly believes in Gold Bullion investment... But I have always questioned
the ultimate worth of an element
Where would/do you guys put your money? (Not meaning to be a personal question!)
edit on 30-5-2012 by derpest because: formatting.