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 […]