This essay disposes of all the socialistic criticism of Gina Rinehart’s wealth, investments, ambitions and politics, and puts her family feud in context. Disagree? Then comment at the end as bluntly as you wish.
“Let it be emphasised that we are not seeking secession from our Eastern neighbours, but secession from the power grasping tentacles of central government.” — Lang Hancock (1974), http://economics.org.au/2011/07/a-condensed-case-for-secession/
“Let it be emphasised that we are not seeking secession from our Eastern neighbours, but secession from the power grasping tentacles of central government.”
Scott Rochfort, "Rinehart defender takes his case online," The Sydney Morning Herald, March 20, 2012, p. 2, business.
Scott Rochfort, "Website unveils the real Gina," The Sydney Morning Herald, July 27, 2012, p. 2, business; and featured in The Age on the same date, in the same position and with the same content, but with the title, "'Overly generous' Rinehart finds a friend in deed."
Our parent publication, LangHancock.info of Economics.org.au, was credited as the source for the feature article, "The world according to Lang Hancock," The Australian Financial Review, June 20, 2012, pp. 52-53, advertised on p. 1.
GinaRinehart.info is the daughter site of LangHancock.info.
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