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Govt negligence and regulatory failure kill 173

To quote directly from ABC news:

Professor Graeme Hodge from the Monash University Centre for Regulatory Studies has told the Royal Commission, regulation of the electricity industry has failed to the extent that the inquiry’s heard evidence that several of the Black Saturday fires including the deadly Kilmore blaze were started by powerlines.

The lawyer for the Victorian Government, Kerri Judd SC, challenged Professor Hodge’s remarks, saying they were “bold accusations” he was in no position to make.

But Professor Hodge said the fact 173 people died meant it was self-evident there had been regulatory failure.

This is the final day of sittings for the Royal Commission this year.

If you think these same incompetent low IQ people who brought about these deaths can forward plan to avoid the upcoming food crisis, if you think these bureaucrats have any idea what they’re doing, if you think slow, fat monopoly government is the answer to any problem (be it climate change, food production, money production or any other service) then you are crazier than I am.

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