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Any member who passes ETS legislation under the current circumstances,  will be seen as negligent

I am fortunately only one degree of separation from an Australian Senator. The word I hear today is there is a very real chance we could lose this fight for common sense in Parliament this week. This comes despite the verification that climate science is corrupt and based on bullying, irregularities, hidden data, and artificial adjustments.

Please people, let as many senators as you can hear your point of view. They are getting messages and it does have an impact.

“The party rank and file are on fire about this,” says one anti-ETS frontbencher. “You should see the emails I’m getting on a daily basis.” [The Australian].

Thanks to John W and to the Climate Sceptics Party, I have received two lists of Senators email addresses. See below.

A mass of emails will dent the belief of someone who is convinced, and increase the confidence of those who understand the situation but face a wall of intimidation to point it out. Please support the brave Senators and members who have stood up to the bullies.  Senator Minchin (his blog), Senator Bernardi (his blog), Senator Boswell (his blog), Senator Joyce (his blog) and Senator Fielding (tagged stories, his blog), Senator Back (recent speech) and Senator Adams (recent speech).

Senator Penny Wong (see below for her email, tagged posts) is the Minister for Climate Change.

Please be brief and polite. I suggest something along these lines:

Dear Senator,

Climate science has been corrupted. With the release of documents from one of the worlds leading climate research units, the lack of integrity is profoundly disturbing. It’s clear researchers have been hiding data, fudging the results, deleting files and operating in collusion to prevent sceptical results being published.

Any senator who passes ETS legislation under the current circumstances,  will be seen as negligent.



If any java-whizz out there can create a button that emails all the senators at once I’m very keen to see it!

Email the Australian Senators:

Senator Abetz    [email protected]

Senator Adams  [email protected],

Senator Arbib  [email protected],

Senator Back  [email protected],

Senator Barnett [email protected],

Senator Bernardi [email protected],

Senator Bilyk [email protected],

Senator Birmingham [email protected],

Senator Bishop [email protected],

Senator Boswell [email protected],

Senator Boyce [email protected],

Senator Brandis [email protected],

Senator Brown  [email protected],

Senator Bushby [email protected],

Senator Cameron [email protected],

Senator Carr [email protected],

Senator Cash  [email protected],

Senator Colbeck  [email protected],

Senator Collins  [email protected],

Senator Conroy [email protected],

Senator Coonan [email protected],

Senator Cormann [email protected],

Senator Crossin  [email protected],

Senator Eggleston [email protected],

Senator Evans [email protected],

Senator Farrell [email protected],

Senator Faulkner [email protected],

Senator Feeney [email protected],

Senator Furguson [email protected],

Senator Fielding [email protected],

Senator Fierravanti [email protected],

Senator Fifield [email protected],

Senator Fisher [email protected],

Senator Forshaw [email protected],

Senator Furner [email protected],

SenatorHanson-Young [email protected],

Senator Heffernan [email protected],

Senator Hogg [email protected],

Senator Humphries [email protected],

Senator Hurley [email protected],

Senator Hutchins [email protected],

SenatorJohnson  [email protected],

Senator Joyce  [email protected],

Senator Kroger  [email protected],

Senator Ludlam  [email protected],

Senator Ludwig  [email protected],

Senator Lundy [email protected],

Senator McDonald [email protected],

SenatorMcEwan [email protected],

Senator McGauran [email protected],

Senator McLucas  [email protected],

Senator Marshall [email protected],

Senator Mason [email protected],

Senator Milne [email protected],

Senator Minchin [email protected],

Senator Moore [email protected],

Senator Nash [email protected],

Senator O’Brien [email protected],

Senator Parry  [email protected],

Senator Payne  [email protected],

Senator Polley [email protected],

Senator Pratt [email protected],

Senator Ronaldson [email protected],

Senator Ryan [email protected],

Senator Scullion  [email protected],

Senator Sherry [email protected]

Senator Siewert [email protected],

Senator Stephens [email protected],

Senator Sterle  [email protected],

Senator Troeth  [email protected],

Senator Trood  [email protected],

Senator Williams  [email protected],

Senator Wong  [email protected],

Senator Wortley  [email protected],

Senator Xenophon  [email protected],

All Australian Senators

UPDATE: Thanks to Allen Ford:
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Liberal M.P.s

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Liberal Senators

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Does this work for people? I’ve heardyou can cut n paste these lists, but it doesn’t work for me?

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