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First Day: A celebration of the West Coast ...
Isla MacGregor01.07.15 4:30 am1 comments
Winter at Bluff Hill Point, north of Arthur River, West Coast about four weeks ago.
A pretty coastline especially if it’s not raining.
The first day of the new financial year is also significant.
Greece has few resources, no trees, not much intellectual property and no money. The US national debt is currently $18 trillion, but they can keep-up on the repayments. Australia has opted to dissolve itself into an imaginary ‘global economy’ so that all our financial decisions are now in other people’s hands.
That means we are not insulated from the Greek contagion at all. In fact the Greeks will be on their way to Australia as soon as they can. Isn’t it interesting that the people who first adopted ‘democracy’ are now a failed state?
Isn’t it interesting that ‘Europeans’ wiped-out Tasmania’s indigenous people so that Europeans could farm economically and eventually upscale to a global financial system that doesn’t work?
How long before Tasmanians go back to scouring these rocks for shellfish?
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