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NSW legislates to close all coal fired power in favour of government funded Chinese wind turbines

What is NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian thinking?

It has been revealed that her energy minister Matt Kean, fresh from legislating his green new deal to close all coal-fired power in NSW, is giving $10 million of taxpayer money to a Chinese Communist Party-controlled company to build windmills. 

Bayswater power station near Muswellbrook in NSW to be one of the state’s coal fired power stations which will be closed down in favour of CCP wind turbines?

That’s right. As the CCP shores-up its strength by building 100 new coal-fired power stations, Kean is paying the CCP to weaken Australia with expensive and unreliable wind power.

Kean and Berejiklian want to close down the remaining coal-fired power stations in the Hunter Valley and replace them with CCP-made wind turbines which only serve to hike the price of electricity and make it unreliable.

NSW Upper House MP Mark Latham spills the beans on a treacherous plan by NSW Liberals to shut down coal fired power causing the loss of hundreds of jobs and weakening the state’s power supply.

Goldwind Australia, a subsidiary of a CCP-controlled company is getting the cash, straight from the taxpayer’s pocket.

The NSW Hunter Valley coalfields are adjacent to the world’s biggest coal export port at Newcastle.

The comrades in Beijing must think we are fools for tearing down coal and erecting their windmills. They would not be wrong.

Belling the cat on all this has been NSW One Nation Leader Mark Latham. He’s been supported by Nationals Matt Canavan and Barnaby Joyce and courageous federal Liberal Craig Kelly.

It’s been crickets from virtually everyone else.

That’s why Advance keeps banging on. As more and more mainstream Australians wake-up to the CCP sell-outs in our parliaments and their globalist bedfellows at the World Economic Forum, there will be a reckoning.

Thanks for your part in powering the awakening.

Matthew Sheahan
Executive Director
Advance Australia