Thursday, April 26, 2018

Frydenberg refuses to repent as Alan Jones tries to exorcise energy blasphemy

A couple of weeks ago, Alan Jones exposed what will hitherto be known as the furtive front lawn declaration. According to Jones, Josh Frydenberg had confessed to him on the front lawn of his Melbourne home that “the global warming stuff was rubbish”.
Alan Jones and Josh Frydenberg, who resisted
the urge to tell the broadcaster to get off his lawn.
By his own account, the Sydney shock jock shared this insight because he’d been irritated by the federal energy minister’s frankness about Tony Abbott’s serial wrecking tactics on energy policy and other matters. The upstart. Where was the damn respect?

Apparently one can observe deliberate wrecking tactics with one’s own eyes but one can’t mention them in polite company – at least not without having to field a friendly call from Peta Credlin, or an on-air homily from Jones.


Read Katherine Murphy’s story from The Guardian -“Frydenberg refuses to repent as Alan Jones tries to exorcise energy blasphemy.”

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