Section 308 of the “Clean Energy Bill”

Nothing is as foolhardy as telling people how they should live.  In our society, our Government does this over and over again and with reckless abandon.  Once upon a time for instance in the US the bureaucracy had a motto of “do not harm.”  Well that time has gone and went and the politicians here and in Australia especially recently have gone and either went mad or become struck stupid.  Whatever the reason, politicians seem to be actively trying to destroy our countries in the name of minority groups such as greens who are nothing but activists who make a living on spreading fear and mayhem to increase their donations and/or keep their business of bilking the common man out of their hard-earned money so they can live the easy life pampered and sitting in their arm-chairs.  These minority groups are really nothing but socialists which I will explain later, but rest assured that any solution they have involves a strong central Government to tackle said problem with a solution set that can only be accomplished via that same principle.

This is especially apparent today in Australia.  The Clean Energy Bill formally passed the lower house of the Australian Congress if you will which is where it would have a large fight to pass.  A bill where 60% of the population was strongly against it and where 30% were in favor….a bill where the Government promised that if elected it would not implement a carbon tax.  The people are the ones who are getting the bum rush on this one.


Basically, Australia just passed a law to “tax Carbon Dioxide. ”  Yes, they have implemented a tax on the same air we exhale and just like the US before this, they are taxing it calling this air pollution.  Before I go into why this is foolhardy, I wanted to look at specifics of this bill and look at why it is important here in the US especially that we learn why this is something to watch for in the future.

Most notably, this bill is so bad that they HAD to put in a stipulation to make it so that it is just as bad to repeal it as it is to pass it.  The economic effects are drastic and terrible, and the worst part of it at all is this:  Anyone who tries to repeal it is going to be on the hook to the super-rich who buy carbon credits for quite a bit of money if you repeal the act.  This is scandalous to say the least to pass a law which writes in stipulations that the super-rich are to be paid off by someone whether it is the Government or some other entity.  Quite wrong if you think about it.

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