The Central Land Council and the Northern Land Council shouldn’t …

Comment on Fracking: The nays have it by Braedon Earley.

The Central Land Council and the Northern Land Council shouldn’t have a say in this debate.
They are purely in existence as a statutory authority to administer the land rights act – period.
They have no place being political animals and are acting as investment vehicles for their own end.

Recent Comments by Braedon Earley

CLP candidates: Representing you or their party?
There are a couple of things which may have escaped your view when penning this story:
1. The gene pool from which the CLP candidates are selected from is soo shallow that the life guard has been sacked.
2. As is the case in the Johnston by-election, when a CLP candidate is interviewed directly, they are likely to give you their view on climate change, which has nothing to do with its definition?
3. Or, as is also the case in the Johnston by-election, when a CLP candidate informs others, “that he has not had to pay a cent for his campaign” which is hard to confirm, because his party puts in a nil return for donors for the same by-election to the NT Electoral Commission.
Yes, nothing has changed at the CLP and nothing will change.
The final thing to note, when running a Presidential style campaign, aka CLP, you need a President.
For the good CLP folk in Alice, you will be heartened to know, that the genius you have running the show up here has preferenced the Gunner Labor Government at 2 on your how to vote card.
That’s right, 2.
Written and authorised by Mark Garner, 1/6 Finniss Street, Darwin NT 0800

Braedon Earley to stand for Parliament
@ Dick Colbeck: One of the finest group of actors ever to grace the stage, thank you for the accolade.
For others, a failed mock by Dick, here is the link,

PowerWater, Territory Generation CEOs sacked
This atypical of a government that is bereft of any ideas of their own and without shooting the messenger.
Where is the Clayton’s Minister for Climate Change in all of this? s
Surely, if you were going to target 50% renewables by when? You would have checked to see if the grid was up to it first?
Two heads should role and they should both be ministers in this failed social engineering experiment by the Gunner Government, you just can’t trust Labor to get anything right.

Braedon Earley to stand for Parliament
There will be no preference deal with Labor.
We do have monetary and fiscal policy which will see the Territory turned around.
We will not be releasing these in a by election for every one to copy, like they did last time but did – unfortunately they did not execute properly.
Personal attacks will not put the Territory back on track neither will cowards hiding behind names not their own. Cheers.

Most money for mining, military
To attract real independent investment, that is money not subsidised by this Gunner Government, investors require confidence in the economy to invest.
Investment usually attracts its own share of risk, return and opportunities for others involved in the same investment activities.
I put it to you and your readers, where is the confidence in the Gunner Government? What have they done but erode the confidence of investors in the Northern Territory?

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