Dave Price is correct. Just a reminder, a bit of …

Comment on Review, don’t celebrate Pine Gap: Alice peace group by Hermann Weber.

Dave Price is correct. Just a reminder, a bit of alternate history: If the Japanese had not attacked Pearl Harbour and Hitler had followed the expeditionary forces from Dunkirk straight to Britain America would not have entered the war.
We would now be speaking Japanese.
Thank America for saving us then and keeping us safe now. Don’t worry too much about Donald, he’ll be gone in three years. But Kim will be as well as Putin and Xi.

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Council: push to declare climate emergency backfires
What a lot of balderdash. Council should do the work it is required to do, not get involved in global politics.
I like Watchn. Mining requires a lot of energy and goes where this is coming from. Disposal of heavy metals when their useful life expires poses a problem as well.


Jacinta Price: 4 year commitment lasted 18 months
I hope she does well. Old story, as soon as some one sticks their neck out and fights for what they believe the troglodytes come out with the sticks.
But not one is prepared to walk the same path.
I wish the lady all the best.
In the miasma of politics she is a breath of fresh air. Go Girl Go.


A student should have led the chants: Jimmy Cocking
It would be far better if all the cards were on the table. Laying out the full cost and consequences of committing to zero emissions. From manufacture to disposal.
So far we have not heard or seen the full picture. Tell the ordinary voter what the effects and consequences will be, global, personal, national, the lot.


Fixing taps or fixing policy?
All of this would make a grown man cry. Sixty two years ago we electrified Warrabri (Ali Curung).
There were three trade training buildings, Nissen Huts in those days, and all young men learned the basics of wood working, plumbing, motor vehicle maintenance, even house painting.
The young trainees were very adept and learned fast and intelligently, under the watchful eye of Harry Giese, the big boss.
I despair that all these years instead of progress these skills were lost. The wheel is being invented again and again and again.


Leaving town: Centre, its creatures will miss Kaye Kessing
We wish all happiness in the new future. You will be a great loss to the Territory. We count us lucky having known you. All the Best.


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