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U.S.-China deal? ‘A lame duck President, who just suffered a major defeat in the midterm elections has managed the ‘feat’ of getting the Chinese to shake his hand and solemnly promise to keep doing what they are doing for another 16 years’

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Gullible leaders, journalists, swallow advertising and cheer it on?

http://joannenova.com.au/2014/11/gullible-leaders-journalists-swallow-advertising-and-brag-about-it/

Let’s all jump on the ghost of a bandwagon! The front page of The West Australian declared “Barnett backs Obama’s climate plans” The dead-horse is getting flayed a bit longer and the spectators are cheering louder than when it had legs. A foreign, lame duck President, who just suffered a major defeat in the midterm elections has managed the “feat” of getting the Chinese to shake his hand and solemnly promise to keep doing what they are doing for another 16 years. (After that, they agree to change what was probably changing anyway.) Those who spent millions on climate-scare in the US election are licking their wounds. Gallup polls show the public just don’t care — ranking it 13th out of 13. Despite those hard numbers, those who forecast the horoscopes on herd movements are getting very excited. Andrew Probyn, political editor of The West, exclaimed “The politics of climate change are again in the ascendancy”. It’s political astrology. As I keep saying, the media IS the problem. With journalists like that, we get politicians like this. Colin Barnett, conservative leader of my home state, is mimicking the David-Cameron style unconservative, big spending, non-leader and dutifully joining the chorus. In […]Rating: 10.0/10 (2 votes cast)

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