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Fuck It ... Authorised by the Department of Intergenerational Theft, Canberra ...
National Parks Association of New South Wales06.05.17 1:36 am9 comments
Someone allegedly may have seen or not seen a scribbled note in Chinese once. Apparently it allegedly read:
“As a one time employee of Tasmania’s National Parks & Wildlife Service (NPWS) make this known. Tassie’s NPWS is governed by dark elements, elements that convene and operate in collusion with forces of greed, darkness & evil. Some of these forces are quite prepared to use threats of violence upon people and their families in order to silence and intimidate. Should threats not silence then more sinister method are employed. A person can be ‘disappeared’ off the street by cops, locked up, subject to “verbals” and manipulated evidence. In order to charge the person on drug offences with planted evidence in the future. Much worse things have befallen others. Such things may be reported to police, politicians, public servants, unions & Tassie’s so-called Integrity Commission. Nothing will come of it. They will laugh in your face. You are on your own.”
And in The Conversation by Brian Martin What happens when scientists stand up for science
This video is just fantastic.
If we had a department of intergenerational theft we too could make videos like this. Oh that’s right we do have one.
Maybe our National Parks Association could make one for us featuring a Thylacine.
It was during the woodchip frenzy of the noughties that Tasmania had the highest proportional rate of native forest destruction in the OECD, with a higher rate than Brazil had from all causes.
Tasmanian governments have been spectacularly undistinguished for decades. Give the LibLabs credit where it is due.
Great! Authorised by the Aus Dept of Intergenerational Theft!
Says it all!
Very innovative production. Follow the link to another production by the same firm. Figures indicate concerned citizens of Tassie could engage the firm to produce Tassie’s ad’ for a little over the cost of one small chainsaw, about $1200, contributions begin at $1.00, it’s all on their Patreon page, it works.
This woman promoted tree plantations as a solution. fuck it! They’re not. Don’t use paper made from trees.
My mum liked to take me out bush to look at koalas.
We loved sighting them and seeing how they were doing from a respectful distance.
Koalas require habitat protection in Queensland and Victoria too
Very pleased with efforts of NPA NSW as ever
Just decided to have a look at this topic- and #1 is quite right- I have very personal knowledge and damaging experience of these ‘threats’ etc.
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