Voted Labor and we got Greens and woe betide industry and the economy – Joyce challenged

 A challenge to National Party leader Barnaby Joyce for the leadership will be the most retrograde step the languishing Nationals could take.

Challenger David Littleproud has as much electoral appeal as Joe Biden and is not much more savvy, knows little about agriculture or livestock and as former Primary Industries Minister, was at the mercy of bureaucrats when making decisions that affect agriculture.

David Littleproud, centre, flanked by the best Labor Prime Minister we ever had, Malcolm Turnbull.

Littleproud is the son of a former National Party State Education Minister Brian Littleproud, a teacher, and has little background in the pastoral industry or farming.

At least Joyce, the former St George accountant when a youth was involved in farming. Joyce has sufficient industry knowledge to realise what effect his decisions had on the viability of agriculture.

The exception being when the National Party treacherously agreed with left Liberals to Turnbull’s zero carbon dioxide emissions target set for 2050 which will have disastrous effects on livestock producers and broad acre farming such as wheat production.

Cattle and grain prices, presently, have never been higher and Australia is experiencing an unprecedented agricultural commodities boom thanks to Bill Gates and Jeff Bazos purchasing vast tracts of some of the best farming properties in America to grow soybean and other pulse crops to be used in manufacturing artificial meat or Tofu.

Combined with an orchestrated fertiliser shortage and unprecedented, high fuel prices, the US, like the emerging Australian situation, has been unable to maintain production.

Food shortages have begun, and the US Government’s FEMA has taken over food distribution after many deliberate fires destroyed food manufacturing facilities.

The US was once the world’s largest grain grower and exporter but it has now fallen off the mantle.

Gates the genocidalist and avowed eugenicist through his deadly vaccines is intent, as he has previously, publicly stated, to reduce the world population from 7 billion to 500 million.    

Red meat, which he wants to replace with Tofu and insect mash, are much more environmentally suitable than red meat production according to his skewed ideology.

Now the Labor and Greens will be managing Australia’s economy the future of farming and the coal industry is seriously in doubt. Cairns News warns any overseas investors in agriculture and mining to divest their holdings as soon as possible.

Brown outs and blackouts will be the new norm for industry dependent on base-load power.

Private water investors will be next in line when the Greens start flexing their newfound environmental muscle.  

However this could be a good move if the international owners of our water entitlements disappear, our water will become ours again.

About Editor, cairnsnews

One of the few patriots left who understands the system and how it has been totally subverted under every citizen's nose. If we can help to turn it around we will, otherwise our children will have nothing. Our investigations show there is no 'government' of the people for the people of Australia. The removal of the Crown from Australian Parliaments, followed by the incorporation of Parliaments aided by the Australia Act 1987 has left us with corporate government with policies not laws, that apply only to members of political parties and the public service. There is no law, other than the Common Law. This fact will be borne out in the near future as numerous legal challenges in place now, come to a head soon.

Posted on May 29, 2022, in Agenda 2030, Agforce, agriculture, cattle, National party, Paris Climate Accord and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. 18 Comments.

  1. I reckon we could start with increasing the sheep numbers, and start getting rabbit, and kangaroo farms. Already got chooks. And puddy tat.Yes Cat. Soooo many wildcats available. Some people are already barbecuing them. We don’t have to eat cockroaches and bugs. Just eat feral…… It is so environmentally conscious and green to eat cat, rabbit, fox,donkey and camel which are ruining Australia’s country and tourism industry. These feral animals are devouring the native wildlife by the millions. Let’s cull and eat them. Feed the cats and foxes to your dog … give them a taste for it……


  2. Readers of Cairns News have the ability to read. If you had it too you would see the ‘best Labor PM we ever had.’ Ed


  3. Try best Labor PM. Ed


  4. Tony our information is that the yanks have just about completed their new harbour to the east of Darwin.
    Have you heard? Ed


  5. Thanks pipipops, I think the commenter read it wrongly and promptly decided to find fault with CN instead. 🙂


  6. daviddd2 – The Tongue-in-cheek caption under photo was hard to find ‘David Littleproud, centre, flanked by the best Labor Prime Minister we ever had, Malcolm Turnbull.


  7. periguinfalcon

    You don’t need qualifications to bark out orders


  8. J Madison… Not trying to nit-pick, because I support what you say unreservedly, but Fraser did not internationalise our oil prices. It was Robert Menzies in 1954, when he established the Oil Price Parity Agreement (OPPA) which, although it meant we pay international prices for our own oil, in point of fact, the globalists took the oil for free and we pay for ungraded crap fuel from Singapore. We need to ID OPPA in order to scrap it.

    But it gets worse.

    The Australian Government has let our 90-day emergency reserve of fuel drop to one week, which means that in the event of war with China, Sino-ally Singapore will cancel our orders. With one week of fuel supply remaining, we will be unable to defend ourselves or run any industries.

    By the way, your estimate of 25 cents per litre was supported by Lyndon Larouche of the Business Intelligence Review in New York.

    Now, if readers think this paints an alarming picture of the future of Australia, think again. This is not the future. This is right now.

    As I write, NASA officials are inspecting the missile launching site at Gulkula in the Top End. The first launching is scheduled in a few days. June.

    If you read about this in the paper, it will be referred to as Australia’s celebrated civilian aerospace launching. Yet in 2017, I intercepted an online discussion between Ratheon Technologies, LockheedMartin, and the ADF. And NASA is now pretty much a funding funnel for US defense projects that Congress might not approve. Moreover, NT Govt Budget Estimates Review lists Gulkula as part of the US military expansion.

    Add to that investment, a 20 acre fenced area of land cleared for joint ASF and USMC activities in Nhulunbuy, plus top Admiral Jonathon Greenert’s identification of nearby Melville Bay as a future Indian/Pacific US Naval Base, and last week’s joint exercises in the same region, and you would be forgiven for suspecting that we are girding our loins for some serious military activity.

    What is alarming is the knowledge that China has heavy investments in Darwin and would be totally up-to-date with these developments. Is China going to wait until the US launches its first missile? Give us a break. The name of the game is “pre-emptive”.

    The pattern is predictable: nuke all eight NT US bases and installations, then hit the capital cities.

    Not so futuristic now, eh? Time to email all your contacts so that our fellow Aussies know what is happening.


  9. I posted so many times on the Menindee “fish kill’ sites that I got sick of it.
    There is evidence that a great many NSW pollies own water rights and that the MDBA is in breach of its Charter and thus liable for the losses suffered by the farmers along the Murray.
    And one of the biggest disgraces is Littleproud, who, indeed, doe snot have much to be proud of at all.
    Max Igan, banished form You Tube and the other shonky platforms, but now on Brighteon and other places, reveals that a number of dams have been built in this country, with public money, but that these dams are under private ownership.
    Some of the culprits are the foreign-owned almonds plantation-owners in South Australia, almond trees supposedly being very, very thirsty creatures.


  10. John Lea Smith: “Turnbull best PM???”

    Either I’m blind as a bat or you’re dyslexic. 🙂 Where did you see the “Turnbull best PM” bit?

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  11. Turnbull bad too > Vaccination Policy – Australia


    The Australian Arm of The (WEF) World Economic Forum Revealed AUSTRALIA – Naming Young Global Leaders & Other Australians Tied To The WEF

    The entire system is totally corrupted with systemic and extensive conflicts of interest.
    If the people representing State and Federal Governments have/want ties, associations, partnerships, memberships, sponsorships, revolving doors with any Corporations, Companies, Groups, Government / NG Departments or anyone or any thing whatsoever THEY CANNOT AND MUST NOT PULL THE MANDATE CAPER ! No Gunpoint Medicine ever! as this is a most serious crime / corruption/conflicts of interest and the most abhorrent violation of Informed Consent / Nuremberg Principles/ Nuremberg Code on a massive scale and they all must be held responsible and accountable for these atrocious crimes against our populations.


  12. John Lea-Smith

    Turnbull best PM??? Please info your supplier that he has given you some bad stuff. Turnbull was the best labour/communist leader the Liberal Party ever had. No more Cairns news for me. Bye.

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  13. In rough figures, the number of registered voters in Australia is around 16 million. The AEC claims around 12 million votes counted. Where are the remaining 4 MILLION votes? They weren’t cast?

    And why is nobody interested in what happened to them?

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  14. Gotta be a goat gripper before you can join Nationals and now it seems the Liberals. Similarly for the ALP and be a
    member of a union, Fabians or the now defunct ISO. Ed


  15. Little to be Proud of comes from three generations of freemasonic “free” traders. His devotion isn’t to a strong middle class building a free self sufficient Nation as our forefathers fought for, but the criminal Jesuit/ masonic globalism.
    Their economic model is Corporate fascism in industry, banking and agriculture. This is their goal, with a culled out population of impoverished slaves to work for their feudal masters.

    These weak criminal types, craving money and respect crept into old Jack Mc Ewan’s Country party, and destroyed everything they touched. Look at our dairy, fruit canning, manufacturing, fertilizer, vehicle industries and much more.

    I remember when we discovered our first oil at Moonie in Queensland. The whole country rejoices that we would become independent from the multinational oil pirates. Didn’t take long for them to hand off this vital resource that belonged to the people to the multinational thieves.
    I remember when Malcolm Fraser decreed that our Australia oil must be priced according to “global” parity. A nonsense concept which the thieves manipulate to suit their insatiable greed.
    It is the duty of all Government to see that energy is priced as close to the bare cost of production as possible. Fuel should not be any higher than 25C per litre.
    Electricity should be wound back to what it was before the thieves ” privatised” the power generation which belongs to the people.

    If “sustainable” generation can’t meet that pricing level let it go. Don’t run any more climate scams to use as a stalking horse for a takedown of reliable cheap energy.

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  16. I hope Clive, Pauline, Rod and Ricardo unite and create a big stink about this blatant fraud.It is as if they don’t care that we know because they think we can’t do anything about it.
    I am very suspicious as to how those 7 Teal candidates romped home when people knew nothing about them….all coached ,and backed, by Holmes a Court Junior.Independent in name, green in colour!

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  17. Little-To-Be-Proud-Of doesn’t need to know anything.
    He just needs to do what he is told-like wreck the prospects of farmers along the Murray (remember Menindee?) getting anywhere near the water they are Constitutionally entitled to.

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