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mackenzie: COMMENTARY THURSDAY, 13l STR AN. theaustralian.com.o u/opinion LAST POST JOHANNES LEAK Cartoon prints: To view and purchase Johannes Leak cartoons, go to johannesleak.com AUSTRALIAN Margaret Court has the tenacious religion bug with her God versus Satan line. New Year's Day and nothing has changed in some folk's levels of ignorance and intolerance towards others. If it did, l would recognise it as a proper miracle, the first I had witnessed. David Hall, Coombabah, Qld FORMED AUSTRALIAN fying business tax boost growth, jobs I JUST WANT To WeLL I Have GoOD NEWS FOR YOU! Be a NORMAL Teen 7GER AGAIN should focus on reforms it is able to enact If only we could keep Margaret Court's amazing tennis achievements separate from her controversial religious views. The first must be celebrated, the second agreed with or not, as you see fit. Susan Watson, Claremont,WA SULLEN conomy, jobs r Costello's call ument to do ia's complex en on board. aid on gulations are iency and nce was "a plexity of the ncrease. Mr union thuggery-late last year showed the passage of reforms is problematic. In August 2018, the Turnbull government was forced to dump plans for a 25 per cent tax rate for big business, managing only to legislate a lower rate for businesses with annual turnovers of up to $50m. A consistent 25 per cent company rate would be an obvious simplification. But as Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry chiefexecutive James Pearson told The Australian on Tuesday, parliament lacks the appetite for such a change, although it was "something we will need to do at some stage". For now, the government needs to concentrate on tax reforms it is in a position to enact. As Mr Pearson said, extending the instant asset write-off, which allows small and medium-sized enterprises below the $50m threshold to claim the full value of an asset that costs up to $30,000 as a tax deduction, would help "turbocharge" the business sector. Mr Howard and Mr Costello have also flagged an important area for BOSSY PETULANT HYSTERICAL A more disgraceful sight is harder to imagine than the explosion of fireworks this New Year's Eve. The MOODY purported misdeeds of the Prime Minister pale into insignificance when beholding this shocking waste of money. With several states burning to perdition and thousands trapped on the beaches and several firefighters dead, NSW has to flex its ego with wanton displays of hedonism. Margaret Downie, Armadale, WA RUDE abinet papers rchives, n of Scott perg not to get surplus rey also policy ever, uction of Business At this tragic time, Australia shows its willingness to be united and prepared to help those affected by bushfires. The Opposition Leader should stop saying what should have been done, saying to the PM we will unite with your government to surplus, ing that shield overcome these fires. L. M. Silbert, West Leederville, WA S. I would like to see public recognition of our valiant firefighters when this dreadful danger is over. What about a street parade in state capitals so that we can show these brave reform when they said state governments should be more Send letters to letters@theaustralian.com.au (no attachments); GPO Box 4162 Sydney, NSW, 2001; Fax 02 9288 307 Emails and letters should bear a full postal address and day and night telephone numbers. Letters to the Editor ofThe Australian are submitted on condition that Nation- wide News Pty Ltd as publisher of The Australian may edit and has the right to, and license third parties to, reproduce in electronic form and communicate these letters. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR e of accountable for how they spent GST ps revenue. Commonwealth-state financial relations offer scope for major reform, Mtr Costello said, with some Letters online:Letters from this page are published on The Australian's website-and online readers have the opportunity to add their own comments. To join the debate go to:www.theaustralian.com.au/letters people? Robin Southey, Port Fairy, Vic states cribbing back nuisance taxes, such as some stamp duties, that were supposed to have been abolished when the GST was introduced. Mr Costello's view that no TALKING POINT Normal service must resume on land management I am guilty of being critical of the ABC, however, the various platforms have been outstanding in keeping local residents abreast of critical fire warnings. Well done to our fire crews, support agencies. Peter Haggarty, Cranebrook, NSW Watching the bushfire devastation up and down the east coast of NSW and Victoria, the words harrowing and horrendous don't begin to describe it. While the conflagration has our at- tention, and the NSW Premier and the Prime Minister have made strong large tracts of land would have been ists seriously. But the states are re- the past, simply because few people government could again do anything as big as the GST, which affected every Australian witha "10 per cent tax on everything", reflects the resistance to eform among the political class, pecially minor parties in the Senate. ne government still has scope, wever, for tax measures to improve entive, investment and productivity. them. There is definitely a great deal new in this bushfire situation. inhabited our continent managed to create foodscapes that kept their peo- plewell fed and healthy. There are forest types in Australia, particularly in highland Victoria and Tasmania, that can only regenerate after a fire, although none, I suspect, in the areas being burnt out in now. Some species will now become ex- tinct because so many have died and their gene pool is too small to support combustible fuel loads. Victoria achieved less than 30 per cent of its annual target. The other states have been coy as to their performance, but I am willing to guess that their per- formance was not much better. It is not possible to get 20m high flames unless there is a surfeit of fuel. Yet the geniuses of the green move- ment, instead of castigating the states for their negligence, and instead of admitting their role in restricting burn off, pounce on climate change as the cause. We need a royal commission to Mary Hoffmann, Duffy, ACT It is clear many are using climate change as a smokescreen for the se- verity of this fire season. This is disin- genuous because high temperatures, drought and fire are inexorably linked to most of the Australian landscape and climate. A more telling relationship is evi- dent between the fires and their prox- imity to national parks that have not been managed with any degree of Douglas Mackenzie (Letters, 1/1) points out that our low share of global emissions is due to havìng only 0.3 per cent of the world's population and therefore does not give us bragging rights. But low population equals low emissions. Don't we deserve credit for that? Iain Cooke, Alstonville, NSW statements condemning the locking up of national parks and promising that all bets are off on green policies, we should now revert to what is known to work. Next week or the week after will be too late. The rest of the country will future generations. have resumed normal holiday pro- gramming and the bushfires will re- cede as an issue in the minds of many Hopefully, New Year's Day will be incursions Julie Tadman, Wamuran, Qld get at the truth. with their lives. Iust a and hostility directed nL as they get al law of the sca coanitive dissonance day, when per- Riel John Vickers. Be11bowrie, Old I can gree with Craig Joh nston e that there have been many extreme fires since European settlement (“History of disasters shows there is nothing new about nation's destructive blaz- Ifourcoalezots were taken inte nccount who n calculating N oi that would mean either double Counting or taking the blaamefora proportion of other countries of an ger com on se Dse. londs have b een allowed vo build up for a decade, then there is a drought at the end of that decade, most fires are those responsible. HHow hard can it Gree DN and fellow dreamerN be? I suspect we'll get the usual mealy mouthed, bromide and blather about a full review. A review conducted by the same partisan players who imple- mented the policy. Jim Ball, Narrabeen, NSW have created many parks and areas that would have otherwise been cared for by sensible, sustainable and productive forestry. What was once a source of productive nationaI new caused by humans, we see the fire and fury of today. If we get inside the mind of an ar- sonist, there is nothing more tempt- ing than a fuel load waiting to be lit. Peter R. Tredenick, Paddington, Qld emissions. It hardly makes sensse to count emissions before they occur. David Morrison, Springwood, NSW unched its Christmas Eve fishing ursion, forcing Indonesia to rush y patrol boats to the area. Malaysia has formally staked a claim o the UN Commission on the Limits Continental Shelf to territory beyond 00-nautical mile continental shelf deep in the South China Sea. Its es", 31/12). But there is plenty new about the fires we are experiencing and sustainable employment has this summer. been turned into a liability and a source of increased danger. In this case, the road to hell has literally been paved with misguided green inten- tions. Australia sits on what is one of the world's largest sources of non- carbon dioxide-emitting energy and we are doing nothing about it, except selling it to other people. Rob Ryan, Westoourt, Qld Johnston overlooks the extent, geographic and temporal, of the blaz- es we are now enduring. Yes, large areas have been burned in low popu- lation areas in our country's north in If I had Aboriginal heritage, I would be outraged about these catastrophic bushfires. Despite Mike Flanigan's nommont (Lotters 1/1) that "“lighting Fireignition, oxygen and fuel. We can do little or nothing about the first two factors, unless we begin to take arson- Evan Evans, Lindisfarne, Tas Nice one The Australian
mackenzie: COMMENTARY
 THURSDAY, 13l STR AN.
 theaustralian.com.o u/opinion
 LAST POST
 JOHANNES LEAK
 Cartoon prints: To view and purchase Johannes Leak cartoons, go to johannesleak.com
 AUSTRALIAN
 Margaret Court has the tenacious
 religion bug with her God versus
 Satan line. New Year's Day and
 nothing has changed in some folk's
 levels of ignorance and intolerance
 towards others. If it did, l would
 recognise it as a proper miracle, the
 first I had witnessed.
 David Hall, Coombabah, Qld
 FORMED AUSTRALIAN
 fying business tax
 boost growth, jobs
 I JUST WANT To
 WeLL I Have
 GoOD NEWS
 FOR YOU!
 Be a NORMAL
 Teen 7GER
 AGAIN
 should focus on reforms it is able to enact
 If only we could keep Margaret
 Court's amazing tennis
 achievements separate from her
 controversial religious views. The
 first must be celebrated, the second
 agreed with or not, as you see fit.
 Susan Watson, Claremont,WA
 SULLEN
 conomy, jobs
 r Costello's call
 ument to do
 ia's complex
 en on board.
 aid on
 gulations are
 iency and
 nce was "a
 plexity of the
 ncrease. Mr
 union thuggery-late last year showed
 the passage of reforms is problematic.
 In August 2018, the Turnbull
 government was forced to dump plans
 for a 25 per cent tax rate for big
 business, managing only to legislate a
 lower rate for businesses with annual
 turnovers of up to $50m. A consistent
 25 per cent company rate would be an
 obvious simplification. But as
 Australian Chamber of Commerce and
 Industry chiefexecutive James Pearson
 told The Australian on Tuesday,
 parliament lacks the appetite for such a
 change, although it was "something we
 will need to do at some stage". For now,
 the government needs to concentrate
 on tax reforms it is in a position to
 enact. As Mr Pearson said, extending
 the instant asset write-off, which allows
 small and medium-sized enterprises
 below the $50m threshold to claim the
 full value of an asset that costs up to
 $30,000 as a tax deduction, would help
 "turbocharge" the business sector.
 Mr Howard and Mr Costello have
 also flagged an important area for
 BOSSY
 PETULANT
 HYSTERICAL
 A more disgraceful sight is harder to
 imagine than the explosion of
 fireworks this New Year's Eve. The
 MOODY
 purported misdeeds of the Prime
 Minister pale into insignificance
 when beholding this shocking waste
 of money. With several states
 burning to perdition and thousands
 trapped on the beaches and several
 firefighters dead, NSW has to flex its
 ego with wanton displays of
 hedonism.
 Margaret Downie, Armadale, WA
 RUDE
 abinet papers
 rchives,
 n of Scott
 perg not to
 get surplus
 rey also
 policy
 ever,
 uction of
 Business
 At this tragic time, Australia shows
 its willingness to be united and
 prepared to help those affected by
 bushfires. The Opposition Leader
 should stop saying what should have
 been done, saying to the PM we will
 unite with your government to
 surplus,
 ing that
 shield
 overcome these fires.
 L. M. Silbert, West Leederville, WA
 S.
 I would like to see public recognition
 of our valiant firefighters when this
 dreadful danger is over. What about
 a street parade in state capitals so
 that we can show these brave
 reform when they said state
 governments should be more
 Send letters to letters@theaustralian.com.au (no attachments); GPO Box 4162 Sydney, NSW, 2001; Fax 02 9288 307
 Emails and letters should bear a full postal address and day and night telephone numbers. Letters to the Editor ofThe Australian are submitted on condition that Nation-
 wide News Pty Ltd as publisher of The Australian may edit and has the right to, and license third parties to, reproduce in electronic form and communicate these letters.
 LETTERS TO
 THE EDITOR
 e of
 accountable for how they spent GST
 ps
 revenue. Commonwealth-state
 financial relations offer scope for major
 reform, Mtr Costello said, with some
 Letters online:Letters from this page are published on The Australian's website-and online readers have the opportunity to add their own comments.
 To join the debate go to:www.theaustralian.com.au/letters
 people?
 Robin Southey, Port Fairy, Vic
 states cribbing back nuisance taxes,
 such as some stamp duties, that were
 supposed to have been abolished when
 the GST was introduced.
 Mr Costello's view that no
 TALKING POINT
 Normal service must resume on land management
 I am guilty of being critical of the
 ABC, however, the various platforms
 have been outstanding in keeping
 local residents abreast of critical fire
 warnings. Well done to our fire
 crews, support agencies.
 Peter Haggarty, Cranebrook, NSW
 Watching the bushfire devastation up
 and down the east coast of NSW and
 Victoria, the words harrowing and
 horrendous don't begin to describe it.
 While the conflagration has our at-
 tention, and the NSW Premier and
 the Prime Minister have made strong
 large tracts of land would have been
 ists seriously. But the states are re-
 the past, simply because few people
 government could again do anything as
 big as the GST, which affected every
 Australian witha "10 per cent tax on
 everything", reflects the resistance to
 eform among the political class,
 pecially minor parties in the Senate.
 ne government still has scope,
 wever, for tax measures to improve
 entive, investment and productivity.
 them. There is definitely a great deal
 new in this bushfire situation.
 inhabited our continent managed to
 create foodscapes that kept their peo-
 plewell fed and healthy.
 There are forest types in Australia,
 particularly in highland Victoria and
 Tasmania, that can only regenerate
 after a fire, although none, I suspect,
 in the areas being burnt out in now.
 Some species will now become ex-
 tinct because so many have died and
 their gene pool is too small to support
 combustible fuel loads. Victoria
 achieved less than 30 per cent of its
 annual target. The other states have
 been coy as to their performance, but I
 am willing to guess that their per-
 formance was not much better.
 It is not possible to get 20m high
 flames unless there is a surfeit of fuel.
 Yet the geniuses of the green move-
 ment, instead of castigating the states
 for their negligence, and instead of
 admitting their role in restricting burn
 off, pounce on climate change as the
 cause. We need a royal commission to
 Mary Hoffmann, Duffy, ACT
 It is clear many are using climate
 change as a smokescreen for the se-
 verity of this fire season. This is disin-
 genuous because high temperatures,
 drought and fire are inexorably linked
 to most of the Australian landscape
 and climate.
 A more telling relationship is evi-
 dent between the fires and their prox-
 imity to national parks that have not
 been managed with any degree of
 Douglas Mackenzie (Letters, 1/1)
 points out that our low share of
 global emissions is due to havìng
 only 0.3 per cent of the world's
 population and therefore does not
 give us bragging rights. But low
 population equals low emissions.
 Don't we deserve credit for that?
 Iain Cooke, Alstonville, NSW
 statements condemning the locking
 up of national parks and promising
 that all bets are off on green policies,
 we should now revert to what is
 known to work.
 Next week or the week after will be
 too late. The rest of the country will future generations.
 have resumed normal holiday pro-
 gramming and the bushfires will re-
 cede as an issue in the minds of many Hopefully, New Year's Day will be
 incursions
 Julie Tadman, Wamuran, Qld
 get at the truth.
 with their lives. Iust a
 and hostility directed nL
 as they get
 al law of the sca
 coanitive dissonance day, when per-
 Riel
 John Vickers. Be11bowrie, Old
 I can gree with Craig Joh nston e that
 there have been many extreme fires
 since European settlement (“History
 of disasters shows there is nothing
 new about nation's destructive blaz-
 Ifourcoalezots were taken inte
 nccount who n calculating N oi
 that would mean either double
 Counting or taking the blaamefora
 proportion of other countries
 of an ger
 com
 on se Dse.
 londs have b een allowed vo build up
 for a decade, then there is a drought at
 the end of that decade, most fires are
 those responsible. HHow hard can it
 Gree DN
 and fellow dreamerN
 be? I suspect we'll get the usual mealy
 mouthed, bromide and blather about
 a full review. A review conducted by
 the same partisan players who imple-
 mented the policy.
 Jim Ball, Narrabeen, NSW
 have
 created
 many
 parks and areas that would have
 otherwise been cared for by sensible,
 sustainable and productive forestry.
 What was once a source of productive
 nationaI
 new
 caused by humans, we see the fire and
 fury of today.
 If we get inside the mind of an ar-
 sonist, there is nothing more tempt-
 ing than a fuel load waiting to be lit.
 Peter R. Tredenick, Paddington, Qld
 emissions. It hardly makes sensse to
 count emissions before they occur.
 David Morrison, Springwood, NSW
 unched its Christmas Eve fishing
 ursion, forcing Indonesia to rush
 y patrol boats to the area.
 Malaysia has formally staked a claim
 o the UN Commission on the Limits
 Continental Shelf to territory beyond
 00-nautical mile continental shelf
 deep in the South China Sea. Its
 es", 31/12). But there is plenty new
 about the fires we are experiencing and sustainable employment has
 this summer.
 been turned into a liability and a
 source of increased danger. In this
 case, the road to hell has literally been
 paved with misguided green inten-
 tions.
 Australia sits on what is one of the
 world's largest sources of non-
 carbon dioxide-emitting energy and
 we are doing nothing about it, except
 selling it to other people.
 Rob Ryan, Westoourt, Qld
 Johnston overlooks the extent,
 geographic and temporal, of the blaz-
 es we are now enduring. Yes, large
 areas have been burned in low popu-
 lation areas in our country's north in
 If I had Aboriginal heritage, I would
 be outraged about these catastrophic
 bushfires. Despite Mike Flanigan's
 nommont (Lotters 1/1) that "“lighting
 Fireignition, oxygen and fuel. We can
 do little or nothing about the first two
 factors, unless we begin to take arson-
 Evan Evans, Lindisfarne, Tas
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mackenzie: white girls smelll like no bath & booty works I've been trying to understand what this implies for about 5 minutes Is this saying we don't bathe or have butts? What does this mean? lol You know y'all don't have ass BETH & y'all also stink The amount of black girls reblogging this is really sad. They don't like being attacked because of their race so why do they support it now? Because my skin is lighter? I hope all these girls realize that body shaming isn't okay to do to any race and they need to grow up. shut up, we don't care about any of the bs you have to say. don't act like if another white boy would've said the same shit about us, you would try to defend us, because you wouldn't. don't expect us to stan for you when you wouldn't do the same. be gone, white devil Actually, I'm against all forms of discrimination and I have spoken up against all forms of racism online and mainly in my actual life What happens now? I don't stereotype you for your race. Why do you stereotype me? Also this "u do it so I do it back!!! thing is so juvenile. Be the bigger person. If not, you're a bitter hypocrite blinded by hate. My name is not Mackenzie. You wouldn't want me to call you Laquifa so don't be a hypocrite, again. My name is Bri. Use it If you're not mature enough to practice what you preach and you still think it's okay to insult me based on my appearance simply for being white, don't reply. Thank you. |Imao. i'm not reading all that bs but thank you for wasting your time. have a nice night, ok, sweetie. How to know you've won in a single sentence. (Sorry that I couldn't do the doodle censorship with this one.)
mackenzie: white girls smelll like no bath & booty works
 I've been trying to understand what this implies for about 5 minutes
 Is this saying we don't bathe or have butts?
 What does this mean? lol
 You know y'all don't have ass BETH & y'all also stink
 The amount of black girls reblogging this is really sad.
 They don't like being attacked because of their race so why do they support it now? Because my
 skin is lighter?
 I hope all these girls realize that body shaming isn't okay to do to any race and they need to grow
 up.
 shut up,
 we don't care about any of the bs you have to say. don't act like if another white
 boy would've said the same shit about us, you would try to defend us, because you wouldn't. don't
 expect us to stan for you when you wouldn't do the same. be gone, white devil
 Actually, I'm against all forms of discrimination and I have spoken up against all forms of racism online
 and mainly in my actual life
 What happens now?
 I don't stereotype you for your race.
 Why do you stereotype me?
 Also this "u do it so I do it back!!! thing is so juvenile. Be the bigger person. If not, you're a bitter
 hypocrite blinded by hate.
 My name is not Mackenzie. You wouldn't want me to call you Laquifa so don't be a hypocrite, again. My
 name is Bri. Use it
 If you're not mature enough to practice what you preach and you still think it's okay to insult me based on
 my appearance simply for being white, don't reply. Thank you.
 |Imao. i'm not reading all that bs but thank you for wasting your time. have a nice night,
 ok,
 sweetie.
 How to know you've won in a single sentence.
(Sorry that I couldn't do the doodle censorship with this one.)

(Sorry that I couldn't do the doodle censorship with this one.)