A farmer with a dog visits a dried-up freshwater dam on a farm in Wandandian, New South Wales. In Australia, there have been years of division on energy and climate policies. Photo: Bloomberg A farmer with a dog visits a dried-up freshwater dam on a farm in Wandandian, New South Wales. In Australia, there have been years of division on energy and climate policies. Photo: Bloomberg
A farmer with a dog visits a dried-up freshwater dam on a farm in Wandandian, New South Wales. In Australia, there have been years of division on energy and climate policies. Photo: Bloomberg
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  • Green dogma infests the government media that people used to trust and is destroying the industries that once gave citizens well-paid jobs

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A farmer with a dog visits a dried-up freshwater dam on a farm in Wandandian, New South Wales. In Australia, there have been years of division on energy and climate policies. Photo: Bloomberg A farmer with a dog visits a dried-up freshwater dam on a farm in Wandandian, New South Wales. In Australia, there have been years of division on energy and climate policies. Photo: Bloomberg
A farmer with a dog visits a dried-up freshwater dam on a farm in Wandandian, New South Wales. In Australia, there have been years of division on energy and climate policies. Photo: Bloomberg
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