The nation’s Prime Minister has come out all guns blazing this week, and laid down a plan for what our future looks like.

Not by coming up with any policy utilising the renewable resources we have at our disposal, but by drawing a big strong line in the culture wars sand.

Speaking at a Business Council meeting where the majority of the people in the room are already quietly pursuing an emissions neutral future in an effort to continue monopolising the resources industry and secure rampant future profits, the Prime Minister said “we will not achieve net zero in the cafes, dinner parties and wine bars of our inner cities.”

The Head of Marketing said it will be won in places like Whyalla, the Pilbara, The Hunter, Gladstone and so on, making sure to name check every state without mentioning how net-zero will actually be achieved.

Speaking to The Advocate a short time ago, the bloke who grew up in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs, went to an inner city High School, inner city university and worked in the public sector his whole life explained that ‘all these inner city types just don’t understand real dinky-di Aussies’ like he does.

“We can’t have these terrace house champagne socialists telling us to blow up the economy for the sake of some ideological agenda,” said the man whose government has blown up things like a workable internet at the behest of Rupert Murdoch.

“We’ll do it by leaving it up to the salt of the earth people like Gina, Clive and Rupert,” he said.

“People who have the nation’s best interests at heart.”

More to come.


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