Secretly Soviet-schooled, sixty-something snarky Senator Lee Rhiannon of the notorious NSW Greensparty could be housed in a Canberra museum under a bold new tourism opportunity proposed by VEXNEWS. Tomorrow, as part of the celebrations of Twenty Years of Greensparty, their Leader, sixty-something Senator Christine Milne, will be handing over “objects,” could Rhiannon be one of them?
Nick Mack reports that while the electorates are small in the Northern Territory, the implications of its election result are big.
Tony Abbott’s frenemies think they’re helping by insisting the PM is a crook. They’re as useful to the Coalition as the 9/11 terrorists were to Islam. While they fiddle around talking up conspiracy theories, Australia’s biggest trading partner, China, is burning out of control, with soaring inventories, an ailing and corrupt banking system and, as one analyst has compelling argued, is the greatest kleptocracy the world has ever known. How long can it last before it hits the Great Wall? What will become of Australia when it does?