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Articles by Robert Ennever | Bendemere Books

WHEN THE CRASH HAPPENED

        When the crash happened, no-one was prepared. No-one could believe it.

        Those who thought more deeply had foreseen it, but nobody gave their dire predictions much credence. Life was easy, safe. Jobs were secure. The merchants of doom were too pessimistic. Globalization spread the risks. Countries were too big to fail. Governments would intervene.

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Why must we have Foreign Investment in Australia?

WHY MUST WE SELL OFF THE FARM?

 

The argument frequently put forward by those who advocate the loosely regulated and easily by-passed criteria for the sale to foreign nationals or companies of much of Australia’s scarce farming land or the rights to mineral, gas and oil resources, is that as a nation we lack the necessary funds to develop such projects.

DO POLITICIANS REALLY HAVE A ‘PLAN’?

DO POLITICIANS REALLY HAVE A ‘PLAN’  FOR THE MURRAY-DARLING OR ONLY A ‘COMPROMISE’Shouldn’t we as a nation be seeking a SOLUTION for the problem rather than a Band-Aid patch-up which satisfies no-one?

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Are politicians afraid to mention the Real Problem?

Every day we hear politicians expounding their views of Climate Change, and to most informed people there remains little doubt that change is happening.  What is more open to debate is to what extent this change is brought about by human activity and how much is due to natural forces. 

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Leadership under the Microscope

Why is it that those who are supposed to lead us never learn?  Are they too arrogant to believe they do not need to heed the lessons of history?  Or too blind to see what is occurring right before their eyes?  Or are they too stupid to understand, or too self-obsessed to care?

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