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Australian PM Responds To Greta Thunberg: "We'll Do What We Think Is Right For Australia"

The Morrison Government appears to be the next target of climate change thugs, led by Thunberg and her “greenie” cult.    

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison and the patron saint of environmentalists, Greta Thunberg, have been duking it out in headlines as far as who is responsible for the raging brushfires near every major city across Australia.

Morrison rejected Thunberg’s call for political action as bushfires spread across the country, reported Bloomberg.

Morrison said, during a news conference Sunday, it wasn’t the time to “make commentaries on what those outside of Australia think Australia should do” as he responded to Thunberg’s tweet that draws the connection between climate change and the raging inferno across the country.

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Olivia Kroth
December 24, 2019

Greenie Greta down under !

Reply to  Olivia Kroth
December 24, 2019

No f***ing way!

Frankly, my estimation of scomo has just risen to barely above whale shit (from below) in that he tells grotty turdburger to basically F off and mind her own business.

December 24, 2019

Do tell Does abandoning your citizens to torture and death in UK prisons qualify as what’s right for Australia?

December 24, 2019

Does this mean the P.M. is back in Australia after his holidays or was that interview in Hawaii?

December 24, 2019

So tired of these scientifically uneducated tweet teens who have been taught scientific fraud. Has not a single one of them even researched percent of carbon that makes up our atmosphere, hint, the more the better idiots.

Reply to  Hawaiiguy
December 25, 2019

I don’t know if I would go so far as to say “the more the better” but certainly higher than the present levels, which, taken in a geo-historical context, are low.

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