Julia (Juliar ) says “Nothing to Fear from Carbon Tax” or slavery aparrently

“I want to say through you, to your members, to the Australian people, that there is nothing to
fear when carbon pricing starts,” she told the congress.(J Gillard)

the $23-a-tonne carbon tax to start from July 1 is a “toxic tax” that will hurt families and
small business while doing nothing to slow climate change. (Tony Abbott)

Now Compare What your going to be charged compared with that of other countries ie RESEARCH some things for your self!

15 May 2012, 4:00 pm   –   Source: SBS Staff
In the 2012-2013 financial year, the carbon price will be $A23 per tonne. It will
 rise to $A24.15 per tonne in the following financial year and then to $A25.40 per tonne in 2014-15.

From July 2015, the number of units issued by the government each year will be capped by a pollution
 cap set by regulators. Most carbon units will be auctioned by the Clean Energy Regulator and the price
will be set by the market, starting from a floor price of $A15 per tonne.

INDIA (tax on coal)
In July 2010, India introduced a nationwide carbon tax of 50 rupees per tonne ($1.07) of coal
 both produced and imported to India.

CHINA (state-based action)

China is planning a carbon tax on big energy consumers by 2015, and it’s likely the cost of each tonne
of CO2 will be $US1.55. Some states have already introduced a carbon tax.

JAPAN currently does not have a carbon tax but it’s planning to implement one.

EUROPE (national-based action)
A carbon tax was proposed by the European Commission in 2010, but a carbon tax has not been agreed upon by
the 27 member states. The current proposal by the European Commission would charge firms between 4 and
30 euros per metric tonne of CO2.

The European Union enacted an emissions trading scheme in 2005 which places a cap on the amount of
carbon dioxide and nitrous oxide that can be emitted by big polluters. It operates in the 27 EU member
states as well as Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway. Their current target is a 21 per cent cut of
2005 emissions by 2025 (Australia’s is a 5% cut of 2000 emissions by 2020).

Several European countries have enacted a carbon tax. They include: Denmark, Finland, Ireland, the Netherlands,
Norway, Slovenia, Sweden, Switzerland, and the UK.


Finland introduced the world’s first carbon tax in 1990, initially with exemptions for specific sectors.
Manly changes were later introduced, such as a border tax on imported electricity.  Natural gas has
a reduced tax rate, while peat was exempted between 2005 and 2010. In 2010, Finland’s price on carbon was €20 per tonne of CO2.


The Netherlands introduced a carbon tax in 1990, which was then replaced by a tax on fuels. In 2007, it introduced
 a carbon-based tax on packaging, to encourage recycling.


In 1991, Sweden enacted a tax on the use of coal, oil, natural gas, petrol and aviation fuel used in domestic travel.
The tax was 0.25 SEK/kg ($US100 per tonne of C02) and was later raised to $US150. With Sweden raising prices
on fossil fuels since enacting the carbon tax, it cut its carbon pollution by 9 per cent between 1990 and 2006.


In 1991, Norway introduced a tax on carbon. However its carbon emissions increased by 43 per cent per capita
between 1991 and 2008.


Since 2002, Denmark has had a carbon tax of 100 DKK per metric ton of CO2, equivalent to approximately
13 Euros or 18 US dollars. Denmark’s carbon tax applies to all energy users, but industrial companies are
 taxed differently depending on the process the energy is used for, and whether or not the company has entered
into a voluntary agreement to apply energy efficiency measures.


A carbon incentive tax was introduced in Switzerland in 2008. It includes all fossil fuels, unless
they are used for energy. Swiss companies can be exempt from the tax if they participate in the
country’s emissions trading system. The tax amounts to CHF 36 per metric tonne CO2.


In 1993, the UK government introduced a tax on retail petroleum products, to reduce emissions
 in the transport sector. The UK’s Climate Change Levy was introduced in 2001.


A tax on oil and gas came into effect in 2010. It was estimated to add around €43 to filling
a 1000 litre oil tank and €41 to the average annual gas bill.


In 1997, Costa Rica enacted a tax on carbon pollution, set at 3.5 per cent of the market value of fossil fuels.
The revenue raised from this goes into a national forest fund which pays indigenous communities for protecting the forests around them.

JAPAN currently does not have a carbon tax but it’s planning to implement one.

EUROPE (national-based action)
A carbon tax was proposed by the European Commission in 2010, but a carbon tax has not been agreed upon by the 27 member states.
 The current proposal by the European Commission would charge firms between 4 and 30 euros per metric tonne of CO2.”

  In my view our Prime Minister is a puppett who is being used to manouver Australia into a position that Suits the New World Order’s Adgenda 21.

1stly : she  has allowed  power prices to be raised by IPART

2ndly:  she employed  a heap of people within the Climate Change Arm of government who taxpayers are encumbered to support vide their taxes for others wages and benefits.

3rdly:  Monies gleaned from Aust Public Straight into World Conservation Bank

4thly:  Disability Insurance Scheme a  plan to give  billions of your tax  monies  to the Banks ( under a socialist care  plan of course)

You a carbon based life form are being told by other carbon based life forms that your exhaled breath (and that of your  children and future grandchildren) is  also pollution and therby taxable if your voluntarily compliant and swallow the  watermelons bitter  pill of Slavery to exhale !!

Recognise what  propoganda  is when you hear  see it and resist as opposition to Tyrants is Obedience to Your God!

Comments  Welcomed!  🙂




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5 Responses to Julia (Juliar ) says “Nothing to Fear from Carbon Tax” or slavery aparrently

  1. Excellent topic which relates to All Australians. A couple of comparisons from Professionals
    So the Gillard government has now rammed its 19 carbon tax bills through the House of Representatives.
    The carbon tax is no longer just lip service. This is despite an emphatic pre-election promise that there would be no carbon tax under a Gillard led government, in defiance of strong public opposition to the tax and in spite of overwhelming evidence that a carbon tax is not in our national interest. http://chrisback.com.au/News/InthePress/tabid/87/articleType/ArticleView/articleId/83/The-carbon-tax-all-economic-pain-no-environmental-gain.aspx
    Then Professors set out to Bamboozle us all: ” Professor Tony Owen, the Santos Chair of Energy Resources and Director of the University College London’s School of Energy and Resources in Australia, says the general failure of the Copenhagen climate change talks has left continued emissions confusion and upheaval at global and domestic levels.” You have given what 145 economists have to say, but do they live on the edge of ‘survival?’ As for worrying about
    Rising Sea Levels, little is done to correct flooding of low lying areas in Storm Surges, Earth Quakes & Volcanic Eruptions add to the dangers of When a tropical cyclone moves across or near the coast, it can cause sea levels to rise higher than the normal tide levels.

  2. PeterBDunn says:

    and Keiser Report: Countdown to Armageddon (E288)

    Published on May 15, 2012 by RussiaToday

    In this episode, Max Keiser and co-host, Stacy Herbert have a field day dissecting Jamie Dimon’s ‘egregious, terrible mistake,’ the possible insider trading around those so-called mistake and what the Leveson Inquiry may tell us about the SEC’s Mary Schapiro’s ‘focus’ on these oh so egregious mistakes. In the second half of the show Max talks to Nomi Prins, a former senior executive at Goldman Sachs and Bear Stearns, about the problems at JP Morgan’s London trading desk.

    Follow Max Keiser on Twitter: http://twitter.com/maxkeiser

    Watch all Keiser Report shows here:
    http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL768A33676917AE90 (E1-E200)
    http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLC3F29DDAA1BABFCF (E201-

    your being led down a path by a Pied Piper, Please Wake Up Australia !!!

  3. PeterBDunn says:

    dont believe me re the Pied Piper bit ,… well not only your carbon taxes to the World Conservation Bank, and the rise (slavery starts when the carbon tax comes in) and some billions to bankers re the Disability Insurance Fund and now Australia to contribute $300m to support Afghan forces


    if you cant see the moving foward to get australia into a Debt position for the Eitests plan, to enslave your children vide a Fiat Carbon TAX!!
    Rise Rebel Resist Say NO !!

  4. Last, in mid-2007 we reported that Canadian Green Party leader Elizabeth May was calling for a nationwide tax of $50 (Can.) per tonne of carbon (not carbon dioxide), with the level doubling in 2020. Allowing for the nearly 4-fold molecular-weight ratio of CO2 to C, the British Columbia carbon tax met the Green Party’s goal in mid-2009.

  5. PeterBDunn says:

    Mr Combet says,,,,

    Combet ditches carbon floor price in deal with Europe

    A tonne of carbon in Europe currently only costs about $10, while Australia’s carbon tax is set at $23 a tonne.

    Some business analysts say $10 a tonne is not high enough to force big polluters to curb emissions, but Mr Combet says he is confident the price will rise.

    “It’s moved as high as $53 a tonne in recent years, in fact its long-term average over the previous four years has been $23 a tonne.”

    Really $53.00 per tonn for carbon Who in their Right mind would pay that i thknk if a lie is told often enough some people tend to believe it Show us /tellus which countries have paid fifty three dollars a ton for carbon Mr Combett!!!

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