Time to (Se)cede

December 2010
Ausmarine;Dec2010, Vol. 33 Issue 2, p10
Trade Publication
The author shares his visions for a New Australia. He declares that with Western Australia voting Greens, there is an enemy from within that does not share the heritage in any shape or form. He suggests putting a big electric fence around them and renaming the place Greensland. He lays down his plans of installing nuclear power plants nationwide, reopening the faculty of Nuclear Engineering, eliminating 80 percent of regulations that are hampering all levels of the economy, and get talented mining engineers to develop and implement the Bradfield Scheme.


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