2019: Climate Madness still alive and well in Australia

You’ll. be standing there a long time, mate…

With an election just around the corner, it’s time for the economic illiterates within Labor and the Greens to promise rainbows and unicorns to “save the planet”.

Labor’s latest uncosted and unfunded fart-bubble is to demand that, by 2030, 50% of all new vehicles sold must be electric. Because clearly we can power all those electric cars from wind and solar, right? How can they be so dumb?

The good thing about this policy is that it is so ludicrous, so ridiculous and so unachievable, that many of the rusted-on Labor voters might see through it and be instantly red-pilled. In fact, it may have just lost Labor the next election!



  1. Democracy is the theory that the common people know what they want, and deserve to get it good and hard.
    H. L. Mencken

  2. If they had any common sense, without understanding the fallacy of “climate change”, they would understand that electric cars only relocate any emissions, and have no impact on emissions from the thousands of delivery vehicles upon which we depend. When we have electric triple-bottom road trains that can recharge in less than 10 minutes, they may have some credibility. Electric cars were dead by 1920 and are still about as practical. Besides, I do not want a jack-ass in Canberra telling me what car I can drive.

  3. Paul Sangster says:

    Great column! Here in America we are all gonna die in 12 years if we don’t stop flying in airplanes.

  4. Most would not discern that you can’t recharge in the same short time as refuelling, sadly. I agree another bubble that will appeal to the sheep voters. To achieve those targets in 11 years is laughable if it weren’t for the serious risk that they might gain power and legislate.

  5. Graham Richards says:

    Two reasons for this policy!

    Shorton the truth is:
    1). Trying to steal Green votes.
    2). Agreeing to give Green’s Di Natali
    assurance that ALP will agree to more Green wishes should there be a minority Government needing support.
    3). He’s more hair brained than we know!

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  7. No mention of where the Cobalt comes from that is needed for the electric car batteries. Exploitation of small children in Africa?? Maybe they can bury their heads in the sand.

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