An American, Australian ,Israeli, British "Judeo Christian Friendly " blog.


Warning to all Muslims the world over seeking asylum and protection from the manifestations of their faith.
Do not under any circumstances come to Australia, for we are a Nation founded upon Judeo Christian Law and principles and as such Australia is an anathema to any follower of the Paedophile Slave Trader Mohammad's cult of Islam.
There is no ideology more hated and despised in Australia than Islam.You simply would not like it here.
Those who can make you believe absurdities can make you commit atrocities.
Voltaire French author, humanist, rationalist, & satirist (1694 - 1778)
Those who demand you believe that Islam is a Religion of Peace also demand you believe in Anthropogenic Global Warming.
Aussie News & Views Jan 1 2009
"But Communism is the god of discontent, and needs no blessing. All it needs is a heart willing to hate, willing to call envy “justice."
Equality then means the violent destruction of all social and cultural distinctions. Freedom means absolute dictatorship over the people."
Take Hope from the Heart of Man and you make him a Beast of Prey
“ If you will not fight for right when you can easily win without bloodshed; if you will not fight when your victory will be sure and not too costly; you may come to the moment when you will have to fight with all the odds against you and only a precarious chance of survival.
“There may be even a worse case. You may have to fight when there is no hope of victory, because it is better to perish than live as slaves”
Winston Churchill. Pg.310 “The Hell Makers” John C. Grover ISBN # 0 7316 1918 8
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------If language is not correct, then what is said is not what is meant; if what is said is not what is meant, then what must be done remains undone; if this remains undone, morals and art will deteriorate; if justice goes astray, the people will stand about in helpless confusion. Hence there must be no arbitrariness in what is said.
This matters above everything.
'a socialist is communist without the courage of conviction to say what he really is'.
Hontar: We must work in the world, your eminence. The world is thus.
Altamirano: No, Señor Hontar. Thus have we made the world... thus have I made it.
Voltaire said: “If you want to know who rules over you, just find out who you are not permitted to criticize.”

--------Check this out, what an Bum WOW!!!!

When those sworn to destroy you,Communism, Socialism,"Change you can Believe in" via their rabid salivating Mongrel Dog,Islam,take away your humanity, your God given Sanctity of Life, Created in His Image , If you are lucky this prayer is maybe all you have left, If you believe in God and his Son,Jesus Christ, then you are, despite the evils that may befall you are better off than most.

Lord, I come before You with a heavy heart. I feel so much and yet sometimes I feel nothing at all. I don't know where to turn, who to talk to, or how to deal with the things going on in my life. You see everything, Lord. You know everything, Lord. Yet when I seek you it is so hard to feel You here with me. Lord, help me through this. I don't see any other way to get out of this. There is no light at the end of my tunnel, yet everyone says You can show it to me. Lord, help me find that light. Let it be Your light. Give me someone to help. Let me feel You with me. Lord, let me see what You provide and see an alternative to taking my life. Let me feel Your blessings and comfort. Amen.
"The chief weapon in the quiver of all Islamist expansionist movements, is the absolute necessity to keep victims largely unaware of the actual theology plotting their demise. To complete this deception, a large body of ‘moderates’ continue to spew such ridiculous claims as “Islam means Peace” thereby keeping non-Muslims from actually reading the Qur’an, the Sira, the Hadith, or actually looking into the past 1400 years of history. Islamists also deny or dismiss the concept of ‘abrogation’, which is the universal intra-Islamic method of replacing slightly more tolerable aspects of the religion in favor of more violent demands for Muslims to slay and subdue infidels"


Anthropogenic Global Warming SCAM

Tuesday, July 03, 2012

From Sydney's Occupied Territories :Divorce the Sharia Law way

Divorce 2012 in Sydney's Occupied Territories.  

To think that soverign Australian territory is now Occupied by these very dangerous Misogynist's freaks is appalling.

How were they able to suceed in their illegal colonization / occupation of Australian Soverign Territory?

Read on............

Alan Jones Ruddock interview
Paul Keating, ALP Fedmember for Lakemba,State ALP,

Philip Ruddock
Interview with Alan Jones, 2UE   (Alan Jones is now at or 873AM Sydney )

ALAN JONES: This boat people issue doesn't go away. The Prime Minister yesterday, in launching his policy, made the simple point that the Government will decide who comes into Australia and on what terms. It's as simple as that, and it is simple. How many times have I made the point that if you're going to determine who comes into your home and on what terms, surely we as a nation have that entitlement in relation to our national home.
But now we have the spectacle after last week and an Indonesian fishing boat sinking and 350 so-called asylum seekers dying, we've got the spectacle of three Indonesian warships searching for a fishing boat allegedly hijacked by Iraqi asylum seekers and believed to be heading to Australia.
Now, the search was under way since last Thursday, the day after it was reportedly seized by 170 asylum seekers. But now it has been found drifting off the Indonesian island of Sumbawa and the boat people have been taken by smaller boats to the village of Sangyang which is an hour's sail away. It's said that the boat was hijacked by a group of Iraqi refugees who want to go to Australia. So the debate goes on.
As one editorial wrote at the weekend, "When Australians awoke last week to the image of three little girls staring from almost every newspaper front page, many felt a surge of sorrow and a huge pang of guilt. Suddenly, protecting our borders from asylum seekers seemed flint-hearted. What nation could be so stony as to turn away the sweet innocence? Surely not the land of a fair go."
But it went on. "A mourning Muslim community was quick to blame the Government. After all, it was argued the girls would never have been on board that leaking rust bucket had it not been for our law designed to ensure those who seek refugee status really are refugees."
It said, "The Muslim community, so deeply touched by tragedy, could easily be forgiven for reacting in anger." And then it said, "The truth is somewhat different." It said, "It should be remembered that those who choose Australia as a destination do so not because they've suddenly become imbued with Aussie fervour, it's because the people-smuggling industry sees us as an easy target. The softer we get, the more they will come."
And it's on again. We woke yesterday to headlines which cried, "Mutiny on the Ocean - Vessels Head for Australia." And then of course in the middle of all this last week, we've got Sheik Taj el-Din Al Hilaly,the alleged spiritual leader of Australia's 300,000 Muslims, accusing John Howard and government policy of having "opened the gates to death" to the asylum seekers who drowned off Indonesia.
And that has led to a flood of comments, emails and faxes from you to me about the Sheik, such that it's time we spoke to the Immigration Minister about what this bloke is saying, who he is and how long he can go on saying it. And Philip Ruddock is on the line.
Minister, good morning.

PHILIP RUDDOCK: Morning, Alan.

ALAN JONES: What about this mutiny on the ocean? What is the update, and what do you know on that?

PHILIP RUDDOCK: Well, no more than the reports. I mean, obviously while we're in touch with the Indonesian authorities, they don't brief us on all of these developments. But I'm pleased that we haven't seen a further loss of life because I think the events of last week were tragic and one wouldn't want to see those sorts of things happening again.
And as far as I'm concerned, if we were to relax our approach and encourage more people to think that they should come this way, we would only be exposing more children to a possible death in the same way that these children have died.

ALAN JONES: There is talk today that two Indonesian police officers have been arrested over the fishing boat that sank on October 19 with only 44 of its passengers surviving. Can you confirm that?

PHILIP RUDDOCK: I can't, but it's a matter for the Indonesian authorities to, of course, progress.
They've been obviously very concerned about many of the claims that have been made - I would be - and they've sought to deal with it.
And our view all along was that it was a matter for the Indonesians to handle. It's within their boundaries,they're a sovereign nation and they've got responsibility in relation to any complaints that are made about their law enforcement officers.

ALAN JONES: There's talk of 3,000 more boat people expected to head for Australia in the next few weeks and the Indonesian Government saying there are 4,000 illegal immigrants waiting to sail to Australia. Is that consistent with your intelligence?

PHILIP RUDDOCK: Not quite. I mean, the sorts of numbers that we've known to be in the hands of smugglers - that is, we've identified particular smugglers who might be planning to bring boats to Australia - don't suggest the numbers are immediately as high as that. But the reports of up to 4,000 in Indonesia and possibly another 4,000 in Malaysia are very real.

ALAN JONES: Is there a need to re-examine the quotas on refugees who are found to be genuine? We allow in about 12,000 a year.

PHILIP RUDDOCK: Well, I mean, Mr Beazley's not arguing that we should and the reason he's not is that there is a very heavy cost. And it's one of the draw factors, of course. I mean, for us it's $30 million per thousand on the forward estimates. So I mean, you can decide that you're going to spend that money on additional refugees being resettled in Australia, but I look at what's happening at the moment in Pakistan, for instance, and I think to myself, well, what would $30 million do in terms of looking after millions of people who are in dire straits.
And I think that certainly the approach being taken by the international community at this stage is that an evacuation of modest numbers of people from Pakistan is not going to deal with the very much larger crisis that Pakistan faces. And I think it has to be seen in that context.
And there's no amount of people that we could take that would limit, I think, the groups of people with money to travel and still vulnerable to the blandishments of smugglers.

ALAN JONES: Okay. Well, down to the thing that has concerned my listeners - and I have been inundated and I suppose you have as well. But they're asking me how much longer that Australians have to cop the kind of stuff that this Sheik Taj el-Din Al Hilaly went on with last week arguing that you and the Prime Minister and government policy had "opened the gates of death."

PHILIP RUDDOCK: Well look, I wasn't very impressed with the comments, as you can imagine, and I'd seen the Sheik several hours before he made them and didn't make them to my face.
I said - look, one of the things in your introduction I'd just pick up. I think it's unfair to say that all Muslims take the view that the government policy in this area is wrong. Many Muslims I know very strongly support the approach that we take because they believe we're a…

ALAN JONES: But this bloke calls himself the spiritual leader.

PHILIP RUDDOCK: Yeah well, he does that but his position is not as sound as that and he's been - essentially, I think there are very significant splits within the Islamic community.

ALAN JONES: Well, Alan Ramsey who's been around Canberra longer than you have - and that's saying something…


ALAN JONES: Well, he wrote at the weekend - and I just want to take you through some of this because my listeners want some answers - that 11 years ago, as Opposition spokesman on immigration, you pursued questions never answered as to why the Hawke Labor Government granted this bloke, Al Hilaly, permanent residency in 1990, that eight years earlier, he said, the Sheik had arrived in Sydney from Egypt under the Australian Federation of Islamic Councils on a three-month visa and his family never left.
Now there were several convictions, intellectual convictions against this bloke and many want to know how he still remains in the light of saying the things he said.

PHILIP RUDDOCK: Well, I mean, Alan Ramsey's story went through it and I think there were some other stories at the same time, that related what happened. I mean, this…

ALAN JONES: He was accused of inciting racial hatred.

PHILIP RUDDOCK: Yes, and Chris Hurford, who was the former Minister, determined that in character terms he should not remain in Australia.

ALAN JONES: That's right.

PHILIP RUDDOCK: And he issued a deportation order.

ALAN JONES: That's in 1986.

PHILIP RUDDOCK: And that was overturned because there were representations made by essentially the Lebanese Muslim Association in Sydney to the Members of Parliament - I think Leo McLeay was one and Paul Keating was another.

ALAN JONES: Alan Ramsey said that Hilaly had been supported by strong New South Wales and federal ALP lobbying and survived.

PHILIP RUDDOCK: Well, as I understand it, there was very strong lobbying, and I spoke to Robert Ray at the time. He made the decisions that he would be able to continue to remain here on a temporary basis.
They were renewed, as I understand it, for a number of years, and Ray I think was a bit nervous that there may be a change in an election. It didn't happen. There was a Labor Government was returned and Hilaly was given permanent residency.
And once he was granted permanent residency, provided he remained in Australia, he was eligible for citizenship.

ALAN JONES: Let's go back a bit, just go back a bit, because…

PHILIP RUDDOCK: …while Gerry Hand was Minister…

ALAN JONES: Let's go back a bit though before we get to Gerry Hand because you're going fairly quickly but my listeners would want us to go a bit more slowly.
In October 1998, you demanded his visa be withdrawn after, as Ramsey rightly reports, a series of virulent anti-Semitic comments were attributed to a speech he made at the University of Sydney. I should repeat that Ramsey at the weekend said the comments were published in a Jewish newspaper and contained a reference to Jews as the underlying cause of all wars and that Jews who "used sex and abominable acts of buggery to control the world."
And this bloke, in spite of overtures that such a person shouldn't be kept in this country, has been kept here.

PHILIP RUDDOCK: And the reason he's been kept here is that the decisions the Labor Government took at that time gave him permanent residency and then citizenship, and once you achieve citizenship, it cannot be revoked. And you know, when we came into office…

ALAN JONES: So the deportation order of Hurford was revoked by Hurford's successor?

PHILIP RUDDOCK: That's right.

ALAN JONES: To placate an ethnic community in the run-up to the July '87 election?

PHILIP RUDDOCK: There were very significant pressures put on at that time, and former Prime Minister Keating, I believe, was the person who pushed for the Minister at that time to take those decisions.

ALAN JONES: Ramsey wrote on Saturday that privately the Sheik had travelled to Canberra for a meeting with McLeay and Keating and when Robert Ray learnt of it - the Minister - he deferred the Sheik's application for a year on the grounds of collusion. And Ramsey said that Keating wouldn't speak to Robert Ray for months.

PHILIP RUDDOCK: Well, I know none of that. But I know that Ray was not keen to make the decision, but I know the decision was made and I know when I came Minister in 1996 it was a fait accompli.
I mean, citizenship is something that cannot be revoked unless it was initially obtained by fraud, and there is no suggestion here the information that you are speaking of was not known to the Government at the time.

ALAN JONES: Right. But Ramsey does say in September 1990, when Hand then approved Hilaly's permanent residence, you, Philip Ruddock, sought under Freedom of Information "all briefings and advisings" in the "grant of resident status to Hilaly and his family." And you were quoted as saying the Minister must be able to justify the decision, and yet you've never had those questions answered.

PHILIP RUDDOCK: No. I mean, you might - the question I would expect from you is why I haven't asked for those papers now and what would I do with it. And essentially I've come to the view that if I can't do anything about the decision, it's going to be pretty silly of me just seeking to look at the papers.
I mean, I know of the concerns. There were security concerns and they were mentioned in that article as well as the vilification of a segment of our community. And I make the point every time I speak in front of Hilaly about the importance of our culturally diverse society and what that means. And I make the point very strongly that, you know, when you've settled in Australia, while we acknowledge that people
have different cultural backgrounds, we have an expectation that they'll observe our laws.
And one of the things that disappoints me in relation to immigration laws is that some people seem to think - and Hilaly is arguing this - are entitled to ignore our laws if they relate to immigration. And I don't think you have a society that believes in the rule of law where you say, well, there are some laws that I'll obey and some that I won't.

ALAN JONES: But when a bloke says that the Prime Minister of a country has opened the gates to death because asylum seekers have drowned, isn't this an incitement to mobilise his people against those who support the Government?

PHILIP RUDDOCK: Look, I mean it is very clear that remarks of that sort, if they were being made - and the sort of remarks that he's made elsewhere - would be matters that we would take into account under the character provisions if we were dealing with a migration application de nevo. They are matters…

ALAN JONES: He's already a permanent citizen.

PHILIP RUDDOCK: He's a permanent resident and citizen.

ALAN JONES: And citizen. But in January last year, is it right that he was sentenced to a year in jail with hard labour after being convicted of smuggling antiquities from Egypt to Australia?

PHILIP RUDDOCK: I believe there was a conviction which he has appealed and that appeal is still being dealt with.

ALAN JONES: And the Sheik's son and four other people were also jailed.

PHILIP RUDDOCK: I don't know about that, but I do know that those proceedings were taking place in Egypt and he was the subject of a conviction and that matter has been appealed and that appeal is still being dealt with.

ALAN JONES: It's not fair to the Muslim community, surely, to be represented in the public place by people who speak like this, is it?

PHILIP RUDDOCK: Well, I think the Islamic community have been very concerned about this matter themselves and he's been at times relieved of some of his responsibilities. And as I understand it, he is no longer the Mufti - which was the terms used - for the Supreme Spiritual Leader in Australia. He is just one of a number of imams.

ALAN JONES: Good on you. Thank you for your time because many of my listeners wrote and asked me to ask you those questions. I've done that and you've answered them. I thank you for that.

ALAN JONES: Philip Ruddock, the Immigration Minister. There you are, we're inundated with letters and faxes and emails here about all of that. I hope that clarifies it for you. He is an Australian citizen.
29 October 2001

Make polygamy legal - sheik

June 24, 2008 12:00AM

Popular ... Sheikh Chami said he was asked almost weekly to conduct polygamous religious ceremonies.

MEMBERS of Australia's Islamic community believe polygamous marriages should be recognised to protect the rights of women.

Sheikh Khalil Chami of the Islamic Welfare Centre in Sydney's Lakemba today said polygamous marriages, although illegal, existed in Australia and should be recognised.

"... Not an open door but in a way everyone will have control," he told Triple J radio's Hack program.

"It's a bit hard, very difficult, but unless we face it, how (do) we overcome it?

"If you know there is law that will help you, there is community will help you. Why not? Why not change the law?"

Sheikh Chami said he was asked almost weekly to conduct polygamous religious ceremonies.

While he declined to perform such ceremonies, he said, other sheikhs did not.

"There are a lot of sheikhs here without any qualifications, without any place," he said.

"They'll conduct that marriage no problem at all."

Islamic Friendship Association of Australia president Keysar Trad said recognising polygamous unions would help protect the rights of women in the relationship.

Mr Trad once proposed to another woman with the consent of his wife, Hanefa, but the second marriage did not proceed.

"I certainly would not have entertained the thought of having a relationship without a religious marriage and I thought the relationship with that person was developing to the stage where we had become too friendly with each other," he told the program.

"Rather than entertain any thoughts of an affair I thought the only decent thing to do was to consider a proper commitment to that person.

"This idea of plural sexual relationships, it is not so much frowned upon by society as long as these people don't say we want a polygamous relationship."

Mr Trad's mother was a third wife in a polygamous relationship overseas and he said the women had admiration and respect for each other and supported each other.

"In a sense, it's a compliment to the original partner that if he didn't find marriage to be so good why would he go into it again," he said.

"In a sense, he's saying that his first wife has made life like heaven for him so he's willing to provide the same service, love and support to a second woman."

He said women were choosing to enter into such marriages.

Mrs Trad said many people in polygamous marriages kept it a secret - not only because it was illegal, but because society did not accept it.

"Tell you the truth, the hardest part of it (is) the way the others perceive it not what's happened between me and him," she said.

Asked if it was just about wanting sex with more women, she said: "Yeah it can be, but having it in the right way instead of having it in like go to prostitute or just date".

Read more of how Australian society is been tainted by Islamic Colonization, none other than the Multicultural Industries and media pin up boy Mr Trad, yes I know the article is ten years old but that's the point he's just the tip of the ice berg, multiply Trad and his "Islamic moral compass" by a hundred thousand fellow Islamist's and we have Sydney's Occupied Territories 2012. 

Islam's Man of a Million Comments

Carbon tax 'will destroy' major centres such as Port Pirie and Whyalla

Year Zero started on JuLIAR the first 2012, the first day of Australians journey into Serfdom.

A member of the Australian Labor party's apologetics, financial and fund raising division, the Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU) Mr Wayne Hanson of  the Australian Workers Union (AWU) is at odds with his party's leader, Madame JuLIAR Gillard and her fellow Union GetUp financed Parliamentary comrades on the ramifications of the "TAX on everything".
 The JuLIAR 1 2012 introduced Carbon Dioxide Tax has the support of a massive 32% of Australians.
Former Madame Gillard paramour and now Australian Trade Minister Craig Emerson, enthusiastically mocked and ridiculed the 68% of Australians opposed to the "TAX on everything" and anyone who believed that his Union GetUp funded Minority Socialist Labor Green Loon Co Party's "TAX on everything" would cost jobs and shut down industries and services and activities targeted by his minority "Co Party" government.
The Minority "Co Party's" "Tax on everything" is designed to shut down industries not approved of by his comrades in the environmental movement and the United Nations, who, instilled with the help of Green and  "independent" candidates, the present Australian federal government into office in 2010. 

"Goodbye. They will be off the map,"

"THE state's two key industrial cities will be "wiped off the map" by a carbon tax, a major union warns.The tax would strip thousands of jobs from Whyalla and Port Pirie, the Australian Workers Union state secretary Wayne Hanson said."
The internal revolt from Labor's industrial heartland threatens not just the reform but the Government's survival.
Mr Hanson yesterday stepped up his union's opposition to the tax, claiming the future of both cities would be in serious doubt because both had economies based on the high-emission production of steel, iron ore and zinc.
"Goodbye. They will be off the map," he said. 

So what is Australian PM Madame JuLIAR Gillard's former paramour the Hon.Craig Emerson's response to the concerns of 68% of Australians over his party's "Tax on everything" ?
On Sunday JuLIAR  the first 2012  he measured the height of the sky with a tape measure and assured his adoring fellow Comrades and believers that it had not fallen and then on Monday JuLIAR the second he answered questions outside Parliament House and then, well you see for yourself.

CONTENT WARNING: Not suitable for Pregnant Women,the frail and aged,small children,livestock or small dogs. 

As one listener to radio 2gbcom said in an email today, ".....I would like to see the bludger dance like that in front of an Australian pensioner who cannot afford to have the electricity connected any longer, see how far the bludger (Emerson) would get "

The original Sky Hooks song that The Hon. Craig Emerson used to mock 68% of Australians who are unbelievers  / deniers or simply put are not the Pig Ignorant Fools the the Australian Labor Party thinks they are.


And in case you are not an Australian citizen reading the above may be a bit confusing so one of Australia's hand full of centre / conservative writers, the brilliant Tim Blair will explain it all below.

Elementary facts about tax founded in a fib

    MANY Australians remain confused about the carbon tax's purpose and impact. This simple guide should answer all of your questions and leave everybody in a state of enlightened carbon clarity.
    Q: What is carbon?
    A: Carbon is a solid non-metallic chemical element. It has nothing at all to do with the carbon tax, carbon pollution or carbon emissions, all of which refer to carbon dioxide.

    Q: What is carbon dioxide?
    A: Carbon dioxide is a naturally occurring gas emitted in human breath, among other sources. Plants feed on it. In solid form it is known as dry ice.

    Q: When will the carbon tax be introduced?
    A: Never, according to Prime Minister Julia Gillard, who in August 2010 told Australians: "There will be no carbon tax under the government I lead." On the other hand, the carbon tax comes into effect on July 1.

    Q: Were we ever given a chance to vote for the carbon tax, as we were given a chance to vote for the GST?
    A: No. The carbon tax became law in October 2011 during a parliamentary Labor cuddling ceremony, which overrides any electoral considerations.

    Q: Really? The carbon tax caused Labor politicians to actually hug each other?
    A: Yes. In fact, the carbon tax is the only known force powerful enough to make Julia Gillard and Kevin Rudd kiss. It's like giving Bacardi Breezers to north shore teenagers.

    Q: What is the point of the carbon tax?
    A: According to Gillard: "It's time to deliver the action on climate change we need. To do what is best for Australian families, what is best for future generations, what is best for this country."

    Q: If the carbon tax is such a great thing, what did Labor say about it before the last election?
    A: Treasurer Wayne Swan: "Certainly what we rejected is this hysterical allegation that we are moving towards a carbon tax. We reject that."

    Q: Will the carbon tax make any difference at all to global climate trends?
    A: It is scientifically impossible for a reduction in Australia's carbon emissions to make any significant difference to the planet's climate.

    Q: How much carbon does Australia produce?
    A: Only about 1.4 per cent of the planet's human-created carbon dioxide emissions come from Australia, about equal to Indonesia, and one-eighteenth the contribution of China.

    Q: But I keep hearing that Australia has an enormous carbon output.
    A: Carbon tax enthusiasts like to express Australia's carbon output in per capita terms, a trick designed to make a very small number appear very large.

    Q: If per capita measurement is a method of charting carbon output, which nation is the greatest carbon criminal?
    A: According to Britain's Guardian newspaper, it's Gibraltar. Terrifying, planet-ruining Gibraltar.

    Q: Who will pay the carbon tax?
    A: Directly, entities described by the prime minister as "big polludahs". Indirectly, you.

    Q: Is the carbon tax meant to change my buying habits?
    A: Yes. As Gillard said in 2011: "There will be price impacts. The whole point of pricing carbon is to say that goods that have got a lot of carbon pollution in them get relatively more expensive."

    Q: Let's try that again. Is the carbon tax meant to change my buying habits?
    A: No. The government has put in place a wide-ranging compensation scheme that is intended to cover cost of living increases for many Australians, so you can just keep on spending like you always did.

    Q: What's the use of it then?
    A: Good question.

    Q: Who will profit from the carbon tax?
    A: Carbon tax bureaucrats, who now have high-paying jobs in a sector of the government that didn't exist a few years ago.

    Q: What kind of indirect costs might a carbon tax involve?
    A: NSW government analysis claims average Sydney hospitals will face increased expenses of about $120,000 per year. Schools in Sydney could be paying about $9000 each per year.

    Q: How will they pay?
    A: With your taxes.

    Q: Can the carbon tax ever be removed?
    A: According to Climate Change Minister Greg Combet, Labor will never support any measures to repeal a tax that they pledged not to introduce. A Coalition government would require control of the Senate in order to remove the carbon tax.

    Q: When is the next election?
    A: By November 30, 2013.

    Australian elite SAS Soldier killed on Seventh tour of Afghanistan.

    SAS death in Afghanistan raises workload question

    Alison McMeekin,
    Daily Telegraph
    July 03, 2012 4:14PM

    UPDATE: Australia's 33rd soldier to die in Afghanistan will be remembered as a ''soldier's soldier'', but his death has raised questions about the operational tempo of the Special Air Services Regiment (SASR) in the conflict.

    The 40-year-old soldier was killed after being shot in the chest by insurgents.

    He was on his seventh tour of Afghanistan and had taken part in six different operations.

    Australian Defence Association director Neil James said the elite SAS regiment had suffered a disproportionate number of casualties compared to the rest of the Defence Force, because there were no alternatives.

    ''One of the reasons people are having to do, in our opinion, too many tours, is there aren't enough of them and the reason there aren't enough of them is the defence budget is too small,'' Mr James told AAP.

    The price of years of government under-investment was being paid by ''a very small part of the national family who are doing most of the country's war fighting'', he added.

    Well at least the Labor Party and their Green Loon Peace pals are not actively supporting the Muslim Terrorists the way they supported the North Vietnamese Communists during the Vietnam war ANV.

    Chief of the Defence Force, General David Hurley, said it was ''probably unusual'' the trooper was on his seventh tour of duty, but he was confident Australian soldiers were not being asked to do too much.

    ''It's an issue we need to keep a sharp eye on,'' he said.

    General Hurley, said the 40-year-old special forces soldier – who he described as “a soldier’s soldier” – was killed during an operation in the Chora Valley region of Oruzgan province yesterday morning, local Afghan time.

    The experienced soldier was shot during an engagement with insurgents while on a mission with Afghan National Security Forces to target an insurgent commander.

    General Hurley said the patrol’s advanced first aid officer provided immediate assistance and continued attempts to resuscitate him until he was evacuated to a medical facility in Tarin Kowt.

    “Despite best attempts by all, attempts to resuscitate him were unsuccessful,” he said.

    Prime Minister Julia Gillard, Chief of the Defence Force, General David Hurley and Minister for Defence Stephen Smith address the media after news of the 33rd Australian solider killed in Afghanistan. Picture: Brad Fleet
    Source: Northern Territory News

    The soldier’s family were told overnight of his death, and have asked that at this stage, his personal details not be released.

    General Hurley said the soldier enlisted in the Army in 1990, and then joined the Perth-based Special Air Service Regiment – the SAS – in 1995.

    “His colleagues describe him as a highly professional operator who earned great respect within the special operations community over many years of service,” he said.

    “On behalf of the Army and the Defence community I extend my deepest sympathy to the soldier’s family, his comrades and his mates.

    “I know that these words can not ease the overwhelming grief they feel today but I hope they can find comfort in the knowledge that this soldier served his country with pride and with distinction.”

    It is Australia’s 33rd fatality in Afghanistan since 2001.

    General Hurley said while “every combat death” was deeply felt by all members across Defence, “our men and women remain committed to our mission in Afghanistan”.

    “This man was a soldier’s soldier and I know that the members of the special operations task group will ensure his service and sacrifice will not be forgotten,” he said.

    Australian leaders have paid tribute to the 'extraordinary work' of the veteran SAS commando.

    Prime Minister Julia Gillard, who was with General Hurley at Larrakeyah Barracks in Darwin to make the sad announcement, said the loss of another Australian soldier was “a dreadful blow for our nation”.

    “And I know Australians today will stop, will pause, will reflect and will mark with respect the loss of this brave soldier and will honour his service and his sacrifice,” she said.

    The PM said she understood “many” Australians would again question Australia’s mission in Afghanistan.

    “To Australians, I want to say this: this is a tragic and incredibly difficult day,” she said.

    “We are all absorbing tragic news. But this tragic incident is part of what we are doing in Afghanistan because that mission is so important to our Australian nation.

    "We went there to make sure that Afghanistan would not continue to be a safe haven for terrorists. That continues to be our mission which has a defined purpose and a defined timeline so we will continue our mission in Afghanistan even as we grieve this loss.”

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