I won't post the video directly, but here, you can view it on the IPA's virtual blog.
A few observations:
* does the IPA have some sort of grooming rules? They tend to do their PR with young, very well groomed, men and women, with nary a hair out of place. (Or, in the case of Sinclair Davidson, with nary a hair.) Chris Berg is perhaps the exception - his slightly shaggy "do" puts him a bit on the outer.
* I'd love to see the membership broken down by age - the video suggests a bit of a numbers gap in the middle age range. The organisation is either for young, foolish, idealists (sort like the way the libertarian movement in the US attracts some of the college set, with some rebelling against their parent's views, no doubt), or the over 60's cashed-up-too-old-to-be-idealists-but-defiantly-foolish-despite-their-age set.
* the video quite heavily promotes its credentials as a voice against climate change action. When might the media (and which means the ABC, by and large) start actively calling out the talking heads from that organisation for their involvement with an organisation that has spent years trying to persuade the public that climate change does not even exist?
I'm pretty sick of this: as I'm sure I have complained before, why let the affable Chris Berg off the hook when he wants to present as Mr Reasonable Dry Right on matters economic and political when he is working for an organisation that has a position that is already completely unreasonable, if not down right evil, in terms of promoting the interests of the mining sector over humanity's long term interests?