Clarke and Dawe absolutely nail the Australian energy debate

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RenewEconomy has spent more than five years analysing the energy debate in Australia, and comedians John Clarke and Byran Dawe may have spent only a few days.

But in their latest episode, an interview with “Wal Socket”, they have absolutely nailed it. We can’t think of anything else to say, but to invite you to watch it.


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  • chrgordon27

    Nailed it.

  • Heather

    Best yet

  • Joe

    Leave it Premier Jay, he is onto the fix !

  • solarguy

    Loved it.

  • Rod

    John Clarke is a genius. Everything he touches is gold.
    In two and half minutes he has shown he is the smartest man in the room when it comes to Australia’s energy woes.

  • Paul

    Finally, a succinct article

    • We knew we had it in us. đŸ™‚

  • Brunel

    Oh my gosh! It is as if they have been reading my comments!

    “It is ok for assets to be owned by government as long as it is a foreign government”.

  • Brunel
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  • Fizzelen

    The “Market” has failed, pass laws allowing the “Market” to be sued, sue them bankrupt and re-nationalise the system.

  • Phil

    Yep they summarise it perfectly.

    And probably THE greatest thing about being 100% off grid . You don’t buy energy your buying a system that works.

  • Hunter Leonard

    have always loved john and bryan and always will, they should be named national treasures for their ability to put a mirror to the stupidity of government and policy makers – hear hear boys

  • Mark Skinner

    Everything I might say has already been said in the comments made so far. Except for the fact that it would be hilarious if not so true.

  • rlhansen

    That is brilliant. Nailed it.

  • Mark Berry

    Love those blokes. No fear or favour, very, very funny men.

  • Haha, “I’ll try and imagine there is some [government policy]”.

    Have a look at this petition to get some government policy on energy:

  • (((ilyas252)))

    nailed it!

  • Peter J. Nicol

    This is one of the greatest pieces of comedy, satire and the awful, awful truth – we will never see it’s like again. Vale John Clarke.