The plan came after the Nationals confirmed they would give “in-principle” support to the target earlier this week…
As part of the deal to secure the Nationals support, the Productivity Commission will review the new plan every five years to measure the impact reducing emissions has on regional communities.
“That will monitor the impact, the socio-economic impact, of our plans into the future,” Mr Morrison said. “So I can say to rural and regional Australians this is a good plan for you. It’s a good plan for all Australians.”
Judith Sloan demolishes a comparably dumb fantasy: Big Australia myths leave locals in limbo.
No wonderHomer Paxton has been retardedly venting his spleen about muh Univerzideeee multy-pliarz in that other thread
He’s a star-spangled man in on the scam…
I doubt that he is the cream of the academic crop, particularly given his inability to punctuate his comments in any meaningful way. What he accepts for himself would be the maximum he would expect from any unfortunate student assigned to his tender mercies.
Being pedantic – Sloan not Sloane.
Scotty could do a lot more to help farm workers on piece rates, presently they pay 13c/$ flat rate, which deters novices, but if they stick to it and get into the big money, they end up with a huge Tax Debt, the ATO will want every last cent, and the only way out is to go on the Rock %&Roll and pay it off at $5/fortnight.
And another good worker is lost.
Another thing Judith is right about.
Anyone wanting a template for how to write a good column should study Sloan’s work.
This is how the issue will play out:
The SFL will announce a big return to immigration, particularly student visas around Christmas to suck up to the universities. The uni class will still campaign against the SFL.
The ALP will keep it vague. The uni class will support them.
I still can’t get my head around whilst having a university sector like the UK or USA is a bad thing. Kick them out when they’re done though. No options to stay. Do university students in the USA or UK get to work?
Foreign students go to those countries for a degree from a prestigious university.
Here most of them are after immigration.
Sloan is mixing up recent graduates with highly skilled immigrants.
They already have the background and experience to slip into a job.
A graduate has not and has to be trained in house. To be sure they are better placed to take advantage of that training however wages tell us employers do not value them as they should.
She fails to tell us the numbers involved indeed even if the proportion has grown much at all.
My other leg plays the Internationale if you want to give it a tug, Trampy… 😉
Non Compos Mentis neatly avoids discussing the student/immigration scam. It must be a bit close to the bone for him.
wages tell us employers do not value them as they should.
Having had some experience with them, I suggest that many are paid far too much for the knowledge and skills they bring with them.
PS, good to see the improvement in your usually sloppy punctuation.
I reckon it takes 3 years to train a graduate into something useful. I don’t know what they are taught at uni these days, other than absolutisms.
The best (non-graduate) I had working for me had moved straight into the workforce, and was studying part time. Bachelors degrees in the APS 25 years ago were adeqaute to get a job as a registry clerk, with the hope/plan of moving on to better things later.
The UAP and other right minor parties need to tap this rich vein. If they played it right they could attract a 1/5 of the vote of both major parties and cripple the Nats.
Yes, CL, Judith does write a column very well, indeed.
Take note of the Potemkin cardboard photo prints. Isn’t that weird? The technology to make photo-realistic images of vegetables, but not the ability to sell any actual vegetables.
If Sloan had evidence then she would have produced it. She did not as usual.
Reminds of the time Sloan alleged the ALP were not doing any budget consolidation. Naturally Davidson the Macroeconomic genius agreed.
Only problem was as the kouk showed in his demolition was Soan did not use any figures from budget documents. We still do not know where her figures came from.
You still crying about this, Homer Paxton?
Go away and be irrelevant elsewhere.
Non Compos Mentis continues the desperate search for relevance, in the absence of students scamming immigration to fill in his/her/zer day.
PS, there is plenty of evidence available (for those who seek it) about the public unpopularity of large scale immigration, including the student immigration scam.
Sloan did not provide it.
most people who are going to allege something provide the evidence.
Non Compos Mentis
Have you ALWAYS provided the evidence for EVERY allegation you make? Or do you even occasionally assume that well informed people might be aware that the sun appears in the general easterly direction each morning?
Or perhaps you are so totally uninformed about a subject on which you should (given your other arguments) be well informed, that you need to be led by the hand.
I always do when writing articles.
not providing evidence here was absurd but usual for sloan.
your analogy is as equally absurd.
She made an allegation and then fobbed it as usual. She has quite a history of doing this.
and you are projecting yet again.
Non Compos Mentis
How many articles do you have published in newspapers? Does the paper always include the references that you provide?
PS, thank you for the psychological assessment about projecting. Please provide the academic references and interview notes upon which you based it. Or are you just a bullsh1t artist?
One thing is as near certainty as anything can be: ScoMo won’t be PM in five years, quite possibly not even in one year from now.