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K Rudds entourage

The following is K Rudd’s entourage for Copenhagen. 112 people going at taxpayers expense to discuss how to force a world government on an unwilling Australia based on what amounts to nothing more than junk science. Never in the history of Australia have we seen such a shameful and appalling act as to what Copenhagen represents. The cost of this gravy train would be enormous, but then the cost of being part of any agreement would be so much more. As K Rudd has spent our savings he is now getting us into deep into debt.  He continues to show he is utterly unconcerned for the well being of Australians.

Copenhagen entourage comments here and here

ETS up to 90% fraud

The burgeoning bureaucracy is as follows;

United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change

Provisional lists of participants at Copenhagen,

Australia  8th December 2009
1, H.E. Mr. Kevin Michael Rudd, Prime Minister
2. E. Ms. Penelope Wong, Minister, Climate Change and Water, Office of the Minister for Climate Change and Water
3. H.E. Ms. Louise Helen Hand, Ambassador for Climate Change, Department of Climate Change
4. Mr. David Fredericks, Deputy Chief of Staff, Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet
5. Mr. Philip Green Oam, Senior Policy Adviser, Foreign Affairs, Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet
6. Mr. Andrew Charlton, Senior Adviser, Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet
7. Mr. Lachlan Harris, Senior Press Secretary, Prime Minister’s Office, Office of Prime Minister
8. Mr. Scott Dewar, Senior Adviser, Office of Prime Minister
9. Ms. Clare Penrose, Adviser, Office of Prime Minister
10. Ms. Fiona Sugden, Media Adviser, Office of Prime Minister
11. Ms. Lisa French, Office of the Prime Minister, Office of Prime Minister
12. Mr. Jeremy Hilman. Adviser, Office of Prime Minister
13. Ms. Tarah Barzanji, Adviser, Office of Prime Minister
14. Mr. Kate Shaw, Executive Secretary, Office of Prime Minister
15. Ms. Gaile Barnes, Executive Assistant, Office of Prime Minister
16. Ms. Gordon de Brouwer, Deputy Secretary, Prime Minister and Cabinet
17. Mr. Patrick Suckling, First Assistant Secretary, International Division, Prime Minister and Cabinet
18. Ms. Rebecca Christie, Prime Minister’s Office, Mr. Michael Jones, Official Photographer Prime Minister and Cabinet
19. Mr. Stephan Rudzki, Mr. David Bell, Federal Agent, Australian Federal Police
20. Ms. Kym Baillie, Australian Federal Police

21. Mr. David Champion, Australian Federal Police
22. Mr. Matt Jebb, Federal Agent, Australian Federal Police
23. Mr. Craig Kendall, Federal Agent, Australian Federal Police
24. Mr. Ian Lane, Squadron Leader Staff, Officer VIP Operations
25. Mr. John Olenich, Media Adviser / Adviser to Minister Wong, Office of the Minister for Climate Change and Water
26. Ms. Kristina Hickey, Adviser to Minister Wong, Office of the Minister for Climate Change and Water
27. Mr. Martin Parkinson, Secretary Department of Climate Change
28. Mr. Howard Bamsey, Special Envoy for Climate Change, Department of Climate Change
29. Mr. Robert Owen-Jones, Assistant Secretary, International Division, Department of Climate Change
30. Ms. Clare Walsh, Assistant Secretary, International Division Department of Climate Change
31. Ms. Jenny Elizabeth Wilkinson, Policy Advisor, Department of Climate Change
32. Ms. Elizabeth Mary Peak, Principal Legal Adviser, International Climate Law, Department of Climate Change
33. Ms. Kristin Tilley, Director, Multilateral Negotiations International Division, Department of Climate Change
34. Mr. Andrew Ure, Acting Director, Multilateral Negotiations, International Division, Department of Climate Change
35. Ms. Annemarie Watt, Director, Land Sector Negotiations, International Division, Department of Climate Change
36. Ms. Kushla Munro, Director, International Forest Carbon Section, International Division, Department of Climate Change
37. Ms. Kathleen Annette Rowley, Director, Strategic and Technical Analysis, Department of Climate Change
38. Ms. Anitra Cowan, Assistant Director, Multilateral Negotiations, Department of Climate Change
39. Ms. Sally Truong, Assisting Director, Multilateral Negotiations International Division, Department of Climate Change
40. Ms. Jane Wilkinson, Assistant Director, Department of Climate Change
41. Ms. Tracey Mackay, Assistant Director, International Division, Department of Climate Change
42. Ms. Laura Brown, Assistant Director, Multilateral Negotiations, International Division , Department of Climate Change
43. Ms. Tracey-Anne Leahey, Delegation Manager, Department of Climate Change
44. Ms., Senior Legal Adviser, International Climate Law, Department of Climate Change
45. Ms. Tamara Curll, Legal Adviser, International Climate Law, Department of Climate Change
46. Ms. Jessica Allen, Legal Support Officer, Department of Climate Change
47. Mr. Sanjiva de Silva, Legal Adviser, International Climate Law, Department of Climate Change
48. Ms. Gaia Puleston, Political Adviser, Department of Climate Change
49. Ms. Penelope Jane Morton, Policy Adviser, Multilateral Negotiations, (UNFCCC), International Division
Department of Climate Change
50. Ms. Claire Elizabeth Watt, Policy Advisor, Department of Climate Change
51. Ms. Amanda Walker, Policy Officer, Multilateral Negotiations, Department of Climate Change
52. Mr. Alan David Lee, Policy Adviser, Land Sector Negotiations, Department of Climate Change
53. Ms. Erika Kate Oord, Australian Stakeholder Manager, Department of Climate Change
54. Mr. Jahda Kirian Swanborough, Communications Manager, Ministerial Communication, Department of Climate Change
55. H.E. Mr. Sharyn Minahan, Ambassador, DFAT., Diplomatic Mission of Australia to Denmark
56. Ms. Julia Feeney, Director, Climate Change and Environment, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
57. Mr. Chester Geoffrey Cunningham, Second Secretary, DFAT, Diplomatic Mission of Australia to Germany
58. Ms. Rachael Virginia Cooper, Executive Officer, Climate Change and Environment, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
59. Ms. Rachael Grivas, Executive Officer, Environment Branc, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
60. Moya Elyn Collett, Desk officer, Climate Change and Environment Section, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
61. Mr. Rob Law, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade ,

62. Mr. Robin Davies, Assistant Director General, Sustainable Development Group, Australian Agency for International Development
63. Ms. Deborah Fulton, Director, Policy and Global Environment, Australian Agency for International Development

64. Ms. Katherine Renee Ann Vaughn, Policy Advisor, Policy and Global Environment Australian Agency for International Development
65. Mr. Brian Dawson, Policy Adviser, Australian Agency for International Development
66. Mr. Andrew Leigh Clarke, Deputy Secretary, Department of Resources Development, Western Australia
67. Mr. Bruce Wilson, General Manager, Environment Energy and Environment Division, Department of Resources Development, Western Australia
68. Ms. Jill McCarthy, Policy Adviser, Department of Resources, Energy and Tourism
69. Mr. Simon French, Policy Adviser, Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry
70. Mr. Ian Michael Ruscoe, Policy Adviser, Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry
71. Mr. David Walland, Acting Superintendent, National Climate Centre, Bureau of Meteorology
72. Mr. Damien Dunn, Senior Policy Adviser, The Australian Treasury
73. Ms. Helen Hawka Fuhrman, Policy Officer, Renewable Energy Policy and Partnerships
74. Mr. Scott Vivian Davenport, Chief Economics, NSW Department of Industry and Investment
75. Mr. Graham Julian Levitt, Policy Manager, Climate Change, NSW Department of Industry and Investment
76. Ms. Kate Jennifer Jones, Minister, Climate Change and Sustainability, Queensland Government
77. Mr. Michael William Dart, Principal Policy Advisor, Office of the Hon. Kate Jones MP, Queensland Government
78. Mr. Matthew Anthony Jamie Skoien, Senior Director, Office of Climate Change, Queensland Government
79. Mr. Michael David Rann, Premier, South Australia, Department of Premier and Cabinet, Southern Australia
80. Ms. Suzanne Kay Harter, Adviser, Department of Premier and Cabinet, Southern Australia
81. Mr. Paul David Flanagan, Manager, Communications, Government of South Australia
82. Mr. Timothy William O’Loughlin, Deputy Chief Executive, Sustainability and Workforce Management, Department of Premier and Cabinet, South Australian Government
83. Ms. Nyla Sarwar, M.Sc student, Linacre College, University of Oxford
84. Mr. Gavin Jennings, Minister, Environment and Climate, Change and Innovation, Victorian Government
85. Ms. Sarah Broadbent, Sustainability Adviser,

86. Ms. Rebecca Falkingham, Senior Adviser, Victoria Government/Office of Climate Change
87. Mr. Simon Camroux, Policy Adviser, Energy Supply Association of Australia Limited
88. Mr. Geoff Lake, Adviser, Australian Local Government Association
89. Sridhar Ayyalaraju, Post Visit Controller, DFAT, Diplomatic Mission of Australia to Denmark
90. Mr. Tegan Brink, Deputy Visit Controller and Security, Liaison Officer, Diplomatic Mission of Australia to Denmark
91. Ms. Melissa Eu Suan Goh, Transport Liaison Officer and Consul, DFAT, Diplomatic Mission of Australia to Denmark
92. Ms. Lauren Henschke, Support Staff, DFAT, Diplomatic Mission of Australia to Denmark
93. Ms. Maree Fay, Accommodation Liaison Officer, DFAT, Diplomatic Mission of Australia to Denmark
94. Ms. Patricia McKinnon, Communications Officer, DFAT, Diplomatic Mission of Australia to Denmark
95. ugene Olim, Paasport / Baggage Liaison Officer, DFAT, Diplomatic Mission of Australia to Denmark
96. Ms. Belinda Lee Adams,

97. Ms. Jacqui Ashworth, Media Liaison Officer, Diplomatic Mission of Australia to Denmark
98. Ms. Patricia Smith, Media Liaison Officer, DFAT, Diplomatic Mission of Australia to Denmark
99. Mr. Martin Bo Jensen, Research and Public Diplomatic Officer, DFAT, Diplomatic Mission of Australia to Denmark
100. Mr. Mauro Kolobaric, Consular Support, DFAT, Diplomatic Mission of Australia to Denmark
101. Ms. Susan Flanagan, Consular Support, DFAT, Diplomatic Mission of Australia to Denmark
102. Mr. Stephen Kanaridis, IT Support Officer, DFAT, Diplomatic Mission of Australia to Denmark

103. Mr. George Reid, Support Staff, DFAT, Diplomatic Mission of Australia to Denmark
104. Ms. Ashley Wright, Support Staff, DFAT, Diplomatic Mission of Australia to Denmark
105. Ms. Jodie Littlewood, Support Staff, DFAT, Diplomatic Mission of Australia to Denmark
106. Mr. Thomas Millhouse, Support Staff, DFAT, Diplomatic Mission of Australia to Denmark
107. Mr. Timothy Whittley, Support Staff Driver, DFAT, Diplomatic Mission of Australia to Denmark
108. Ms. Julia Thomson, Diplomatic Mission of Australia to Denmark,

109. Mr. Donald Frater, Chief of Staff to Minister Wong, Office of the Minister for Climate Change and Water
110. Ms. Jacqui Smith, Media Liaison, DFAT, Diplomatic Mission of Australia to Denmark
111.  Greg French, Senior Legal Advisor, Environment, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
112. Mr. Jeremy Hillman, Advisor, PMO

Snow blankets US – so much for global warming!

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  2. Danny says:

    Now we know who to call and complain to, the socialists are now all outted. What a bunch of traitors and pigs in a trough.

    ‘The statesman who should attempt to direct private people in what manner they ought to employ their capitals, would not only load himself with a most unnecessary attention, but assume an author-ity which could safely be trusted, not only to no single person, but to no council or senate whatever, and which would nowhere be so dangerous as in the hands of a many who had folly and presump-tion enough to fancy himself fit to exercise it.’

    Adam Smith – The Wealth of Nations, Book IV, Chapter II

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