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Last updated on August 6th, 2017 at 07:05 am
An endorsement (and prediction) from exaggermentalist Tim Flannery:
I wholeheartedly endorse Patrice Newell’s bid for election to the NSW’s Upper House. I think she will prove Margaret Mead correct in saying ‘never doubt that citizens of good will can change the world. Indeed they are the only thing that ever has.
Weather has suddenly become very political, and not a little religious. In today’s NSW elections, for example, the greenhouse effect, aka global warming and climate change, along with associated water problems, is the major issue. Not only with Labor and the Libs, but with the Nats and the Greens—and a new party called the Climate Change Coalition. (And let me declare an interest here. The CCC was formed by my missus, Patrice Newell, who heads a ticket of 21 climate evangelists standing for the Upper House.)
Evangelists? Yes, because weather is now intensely religious …
After railing against religion for decades, Adams has ended up sharing his life with an unelectable evangelist. Perhaps there really is a God.
(Via Andrew H.)
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