Leyonhjelm debunks Greens myths around Australian coal





Leyonhjelm debunks Greens myths around Australian coal



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The greens would destroy our economy open borders massive crime increase and no self defence no nuclear blow up power plants give billions to shit holes it would ruin us
This was informative, but he loses points with the put downs. It’s not necessary. 👎🏻
I believe in coal power as necessary for base load power.! It seems to me that everyone is ignoring the elephant in the room...!!! The use of coal is not about climate change....its about one simple effect....and that is how coal or pollutants effect the quality of CLEAN AIR !
As one person in 25,000,000 my tax does not contribute to the nation's wealth to any significant extent. Therefore I should not have to pay tax QED.
One would think a true climate change advocate would be asking China and India to stop heating the world. But no. Proof Paris is a Marxist plot, period.
Climate change is real. https://climate.nasa.gov/evidence/ Australia achieves nothing by pointing the finger at others
You have to realize that these people aren't necessarily crazy more than they are ideologically driven by crazy ideas, they genuinely think they are doing the right thing and a programmed to shut off any voice that says otherwise.
Outstanding. Can't fault the conclusion that Leyinhjelm reached. So, can we have Dick di Natale and his friends sectioned now?
Great to have some numbers.
Australia is insignificant in the global scheme INCLUDING coal exports
Trying to reason with greens is totally impossible , their mind set is one of complete moral superiority , one would have more chance of talking to a house brick.
The greens hate people, they want most of us dead! Evil morons
So the elephant in the room is that Australia acting alone can't reduce global carbon emissions! Wow. Who would've thought it?
Maybe we need an international agreement to reduce carbon emissions. Like the Paris Agreement.
Which both China and India signed.
So what are the greens alternative to using coal. We could revert to the life we lived 150 years ago. Could you imagine Sarah Hanson-Young living a labour intensive life like that. I don't think so, it would kill her
Colonel Klink is right. The brainwashed protesting school children lead by their marxist teachers are wrong.

Australia's current coastline and major cities will be under water in ten years time ..........so let's migrate millions more population into those cities and spend trillions on infrastructure and welfare taking care of them .... seems legit
Another point to make is before they were burning coal these nations were burning much worse. Slow combustion wood heaters and cookers running off charcoal made from cutting down trees. Some places even burn cattle dung. Much worse for the environment than coal.
Owned.....Greens are a pack of fruit loops
Climate change is a Myth, our kids are being brainwashed
The greens are just coal crazy. They are like religious zealots screeching at non believers.
(Co2 isn't driving warmer weather).
Prof: Don Easterbrook the cause of Climate Change.
https://youtu.be/krrimqxDBMI

Temperatures Have Historically Driven CO2 Levels - from 'Global Warming ...https://youtu.be/Hm6cEgEghwg

Climate Hustle: Does CO2 lead temperature increases?
https://youtu.be/V4BfrIJFJmM
You all need co2 without it everything dies, Carbon tax is to pay for worldwide immigration the takeover of Western society. Do your own research find out the truth. Time to wake up sheeple.


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Coal is extracted from the ground by coal mining, either underground by shaft mining, or at ground level by open pit mining extraction.

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Coal is primarily used as a solid fuel to produce electricity and heat through combustion. World coal consumption was about 7.25 billion tonnes in 2010 The price of coal increased from around $30.00 per short ton in 2000 to around $150.00 per short ton as of September 2008. In early 2015, it was trading near $56/ton.