Browsing All posts tagged under »Australian Submarine Replacement«

Australian Politics – How Safe Are Prime Minister Turnbull’s Submarines?

October 25, 2016 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ I yesterday raised again questions about the cost and delays of Malcolm Turnbull’s $50 billion order for submarines, as well as the reliability of the supplier. Cameron Stewart says there’s also a security matter that Turnbull is trying to brush aside: The Turnbull government’s claim that the $50 billion future submarine […]

While The U.S. Spruiks Underwater Drones, Australian Prime Minister Turnbull Buys 50 Years Of Submarines

October 9, 2016 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ In Australia, the Turnbull Government, desperate to save its seats in South Australia, promised to spend $50 billion to build 12 submarines in Adelaide. The last of those submarines would not be  delivered for 50 years. Predicting what we’d then need is foolish – and even more so when the US […]

New Submarines For Australia – Huge Secret Document Leak

August 24, 2016 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ So, the Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull led Australian Government’s  new submarines are not just overpriced, delayed and built by an unreliable ally, but they’ve already sprung a leak: Cameron Stewart: The French company that won the bid to design Australia’s new $50 billion submarine fleet has suffered a massive leak of […]

Australian Politics – Buying Submarines From The Fickle French Is A Huge And Expensive Gamble

May 2, 2016 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ Christopher Joyce on the Turnbull Government’s astonishingly expensive subs – making the same critical point that I’ve made in today’s column: With another bloated budget looming … that could further undermine Australia’s AAA credit rating, it is opportune to reflect on the integrity of the Turnbull government’s bold decision to punt […]

Australian Politics – New Submarine Contract Sinks Our Finances And Our Friends

April 30, 2016 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ There are many troubling things about Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s submarines deal and on Monday I will reveal perhaps the most dangerous. Meanwhile, Alan Mitchell of the Financial Review on the sheer waste: Can there possibly be an upside to Malcolm Turnbull’s decision to squander billions of taxpayers’ dollars building […]

Australian Politics – Former Prime Minister Tony Abbott Says No Hope Of A Return, But He Sets A High Bar For Turnbull

April 29, 2016 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ From Tony Abbott’s interview with me on Sky News Live last night: Tony Abbott has publicly shelved any ambitions of a return to the nation’s top job… “I accept that the party made a decision back on September 14 last year and I don’t expect the party to ever go back […]

Australian Labor Party Leader Bill Shorten Torpedoes Our Best Defence

September 11, 2014 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ For some background on this subject, see the Post at this link…..TonyfromOz. Greg Sheridan is spot on: I fear that Australian Leader Of The Opposition, the Australian Labor Party Leader, Bill ­Shorten may just about have demagogued us out of one of the best options we have for providing for the […]

Australian Labor Party Leader Bill Shorten Sounds Like The Lost Soldier Still Fighting World War 2

September 10, 2014 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ Background. Australia is currently in the process of debating the replacement of its aging Submarine fleet of Collins Class submarines. The debate is whether to build them here from an approved design from another Country, or to purchase the submarines ‘Off The Shelf’. One of those submarines on the approved list […]