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Aussie life

18 June 2022

9:00 AM

18 June 2022

9:00 AM

When the Minister for Blackouts, Bankruptcy and Bull finally announces that, in order to save the planet, we need to grin and bear the exorbitant cost of food and energy; ration electricity in a country that had cheap and reliable electricity a few decades ago; turn off everyday household appliances; lose our jobs; lose our freedoms to live, eat and travel the way we desire and eventually freeze in the dark, then it’s time to ask a few basic questions.

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