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Australia: Fossil fuels think tank urges privatisation of ABC

There are 2 comments on the Asian Correspondent story from Aug 13, 2014, titled Australia: Fossil fuels think tank urges privatisation of ABC. In it, Asian Correspondent reports that:

The proposed privatisation of the Australian Broadcasting Corp could be an ultimate blow to Australia's clean energy policies if it pushes through.

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“Topix is lowlife scum with no”

Since: Jun 12

respect for anyone...

#1 Aug 13, 2014
Aahhh yes, more proposed controlling and silencing from the Institute of Public Affairs.
That organisation needs to be shut down, shut up or both - A.S.A.P..

And it probably won't matter much anyway, the ABC is that biased it shouldn't be considered a reliable news source anymore.


#2 Aug 13, 2014
I agree totally ! The ABC is nothing but a megaphone for the leftwing losers. It is 100% biased and yet is meant to be for all Australians.

Get rid of it today, there is nothing but sh*t on it anyway.

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