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In a bold move, Tony Abbott has promised that Warringah’s new renewable energy source will be operated by those who dislike him. Could work.
Former PM and long-standing member for the northern Sydney seat of Warringah, Tony Abbott, has pledged to erect a series of wind turbines in the heart of his electorate that will be run by Muslim, LGBT members of the refugee community, should he be re-elected to Parliament.
“I can’t be the only one feeling the heat?” Abbott told the media during his electric-bus tour of the Warringah electorate, denying this was a last-ditch effort to save the seat but admitting that it has taken this election campaign to make him realise how real the threat of climate change is.
The turbines will line up along the iconic Manly Beach.