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Whitsunday Miners interview
Brisbane Strikers 0-2 Whitsunday Miners QSL Semi-Final 2012
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Lions Roar in Central Queensland
Charmo takes you on the Lions' community trip to Moranbah and the mines in Central Queensland.
Views: 445 Brisbane Lions
E-Oz Energy Skills Australia Annual Conference - Andrew Downs - New Technologies in Mining
E-Oz Energy Skills Australia Annual Conference 2012 - Andrew Downs (Managing Director, SAGE) speaks on new technologies in the Mining Industry. The E-Oz Annual Conference 2012 was held in Alice Spring from the 29th to 31st of October 2012.
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Nine News - rally outside mining conference - 18 August 2011
Nine News - rally outside mining conference - 18 August 2011 Coverage of a rally against the expansion of coal and coal seam gas in Australia, held outside the NSW Government's $900 a head mining conference at the Wentworth Hotel, Sydney. 18 August 2011.
Views: 105 Jeremy Buckingham
Protesters rally outside coal seam gas conference
Anti-coal seam gas campaigners protest outside a mining conference in Brisbane, saying new protection for cropping land in southern and central Queensland will do nothing to protect key agricultural areas from CSG developments.
Hayden Bentley at The Mining 2013 Resources Convention
McCullough Robertson Partner, Hayden Bentley shares his thoughts on topics emerging on Day 1 at The Mining 2013 Resources Convention in Brisbane.
Developments in Global Mining – Sky News Law TV
K&L Gates Brisbane partner, Robert Milbourne, talks developments in global mining, mining law, and the international mining resources conference in Australia.
Views: 226 KLGatesLaw
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ABC - Mining Companies "Have poor management practices" -  Newman Qld Budget 2012
Premier Newman Budget 2012 Mining Companies have poor management practices. Mining Companies Are Trying To Game The Whole Thing" Newman Budget 2012
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CBL 24.10.15 Bendigo Braves vs Wodonga Wolves
CBL Round 3 North East Conference clash between the reigning North East Champion Wolves and the Bendigo Braves.
Views: 535 BVC Competitions
Gas protest
The battle over Coal Seam Gas in Queensland has reached a new flashpoint at a fiery protest in Brisbane. For more NEWS go to www.tennews.com.au
Views: 445 Channel Ten
Functional and Algebraic Domain Modeling - Debasish Ghosh  - DDD Europe 2018
Domain-Driven Design Europe 2018 https://dddeurope.com/ https://twitter.com/ddd_eu Functional and Algebraic Domain Modeling Domain modeling is usually implemented using OO design.In this talk we will take a different approach using Scala: -Start with focus on verbs first -Think how we can model domain behaviors using pure functions grouped within extensible modules -Use an algebraic approach towards evolution of modules, the algebra being composed of functions, types & laws -See how the domain algebra can be constructed from categorical structures like monoids, functors & monads Discuss how the functional patterns lead to compositionality - an extremely important quality that scales your domain model. BIOGRAPHY Programmer, father, husband, avid reader, author, occasional speaker at technology conferences and Seinfeld fanboy. Senior member of ACM and loves spending time with his beautiful family. Passionate about technology and open source, loves functional programming, and has been trying to learn math and machine learning. Authored 2 books published by Manning Publications - Functional and Reactive Domain Modeling (Oct 2016) and DSLs in Action (Oct 2010)
SpeedAlert on Seven News
No More Speeding Tickets - 'SpeedAlert Live' the FREE app that protects your driving license from the risks of unintentional speeding. Get it for free at http://www.speedalertlive.com An anti-speeding product created by the Australian company Smart Car Technologies called SpeedAlert could save 35 NSW road deaths a year. A trial of Intelligent Speed Adaptation (ISA) technology found 89 per cent of motorists reduced the amount of time they spent speeding when the dashboard device was installed in their vehicle, Roads Minister David Borger announced in Sydney. The new technology was the subject of a six-month trial by the Roads and Traffic Authority (RTA) involving 100 vehicles in the Illawarra region between September 2009 and March this year.
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NSW-CSG-fact finding tour Fri 29 July 2011.wmv
NSW Greens MP Jeremy Buckingham on ABC 7:30, Fri 29 July 2011. This report covers part of his recent fact finding tour across country NSW on the impacts of Coal Seam Gas (CSG) industry on rural communities.
Seven News - Pilliga CSG spill
8 February 2012 - Australian Greens mining spokesperson Senator Larissa Waters and NSW Greens MP Jeremy Buckingham speak to Channel Seven News about the spill of coal seam gas waste water in the Pilliga forest, New South Wales.
National Stevedoring Code of Practice - Fight To Survive
National Stevedoring Code Of Practice Maritime union members are ramping up their campaign for a national safety code. But just one day after father of two Greg Fitzgibbon was killed working in the hold of a ship in Newcastle, major stevedoring companies tried to block a new safety code that will save lives. MUA members are step up the fight with a national day of action in all states. This video explains what the campaign is about, and how you can protect yourself on the job. Fight To Survive! Join the fight for your life. Produced by Fabio Cavadini, Mandy King & Jamie McMechan from the Maritime Union of Australia - Film Unit. Australian Manufacturing Workers Union (AMWU) http://www.amwu.asn.au/ Australian Workers Union (AWU) http://www.awu.net.au/ Construction Forestry Mining & Energy Union (CFMEU) http://www.cfmeu.asn.au/ Electrical Trades Union (ETU) http://www.etunational.asn.au/ Maritime Union Of Australia (MUA) http://www.mua.org.au/ Public Service Association of NSW http://www.psa.labor.net.au/ Unions NSW (Unions NSW) http://www.unionsnsw.org.au/ Australian Council Of Trade Union (ACTU) http://www.actu.org.au/ International Transport Workers' Federation (ITF) http://www.itfglobal.org/ International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC) http://www.ituc-csi.org/
ASIC case against Twiggy fails
Mining billionaire Andrew "Twiggy" Forrest has won a long-running legal battle against the corporate regulator with the High Court ruling neither he nor his company misled investors.
Views: 166 SkyNewsAustralia
Fr Daynos interview at Sofitel (with English translation)
Anti mining protest at the International Conference of Foreign Mining Companies at Sofitel,Manila (13 September 2011) Interview with Father Florentino Daynos of St Joseph the Worker parish in Nueva Vizcaya.
Views: 141 Rippytt
Craig Koomeeta | Brisbane interview
Filmed during Craig Koomeeta's onsite preparation for '21st Century: Art in the First Decade' at the Gallery of Modern Art (GoMA), Brisbane, Queensland, Australia from 18 December 2010 -- 26 April 2011 | © 2010 QAG|GoMA In October 2010 Guy Allain, Art Centre Manager, WiK and Kugu Arts and Craft Centre spoke with the Aurukun artists Craig Koomeeta and Leigh Namponan at the Queensland Art Gallery about the 'camp dogs' project made for the 2010 Cairns Indigenous Art Fair. | EXHIBITION WEBSITE | http://qag.qld.gov.au/exhibitions/coming_soon/21st_Century | Aurukun artists | Jack Bell | Australia b.1950, Wik-Mungkan people Craig Koomeeta | Australia b.1977, Wik-Alkan people David Marpoondin | Australia b.1968, Wik-Ngathan people Garry Namponan | Australia b.1960, Wik-Ngathan/Wik-Alkan people Leigh Namponan | Australia b.1965, Wik-Ngathan people Keith Wikmunea | Australia b.1967, Wik-Mungkan/Wik-Alkan people Roderick Yunkaporta | Australia b.1948, Wik-Mungkan people Artists from Aurukun, western Cape York Peninsula, have long been known for their timber sculptures which often represent totemic figures belonging to one of the five separate clans of Aurukun. Some of these sculptures are monumental 'law poles' used in important ceremonies, whilst others take an innovative look at the contemporary culture of their community. In almost all Aboriginal communities throughout Australia, dogs dominate the landscape: roaming the streets in packs and intimidating passers-by; lying in the shade, seeking respite from the midday heat; and, in the evening, seeking out an 'owner' to feed them leftovers from the day's meal. Collectively, they are known as 'camp dogs' and, in the case of Aurukun, have the language name 'ku'. The group of 'ku' sculpture exhibited in '21st century: Art in the First Decade' were produced over an extended period during 2009--10 at the Wik and Kugu Art Centre in Aurukun. As opposed to law poles, camp dogs generally belong to everyone, allowing the members of each clan to collaborate on this large-scale project.
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BDO Economic and Political Update 2017
BDO in Brisbane held the Economic and Political Update Breakfast on Thursday 14 September 2017, to provide insights into the state of the economy and Queensland’s strategic priorities. AMP Capital’s Head of Investment Strategy and Chief Economist, Dr. Shane Oliver, delivered a forecast on the global economy and provided insights into how Australia is tracking across the various economic indicators. Warwick Agnew, Deputy Under Treasurer, presented Queensland’s economic outlook and the State Government’s strategies for economic growth. To unearth possible opportunities and impacts on key sectors of our economy, Chris O’Brien, Senior Political Reporter at the ABC, moderated a discussion following the key note address with panelists including: • David Foote, Group Managing Director – Australian Country Choice • Kate Whittle, General Manager of Advocacy - Chamber of Commerce & Industry Queensland • Leanne Coddington, Chief Executive Officer – Tourism & Events Queensland • Michael Matusik, Property Analyst - Matusik Property Insights.
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Farmers march or Labor and LNP offices and attend the Food Security Forum - Coal Seam Gas
Farmers march on Labor and LNP offices against coal and ocal seam gas mining then attend a food security forum at the Brisbane Convention Centre.
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Economic pain will pay off: RBA governor
Reserve Bank Governor Glenn Stevens has countered conventional wisdom about the high dollar and the mining boom at the economic summit in Brisbane.
Australian billionaire's rise faces fall from creditors' call
Newcastle businessman Nathan Tinkler's meteoric rise from electrician to billionaire is under threat as local businesses complain of bills not being paid and property giant Mirvac chases $17 million owed to it. See more from 7.30 at http://www.abc.net.au/7.30/
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Redcliffe honour
Thousands of Bee Gee's fans, from right across the globe, have gathered in Redcliffe to meet Barry Gibb, and celebrate as he unveiled a statue of the band See more at tennews.com.au
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NT Resources Week 2013 - Highlights
Visit http://www.ntresourcesweek.com.au to find out more. Organised by Informa Australia Resources Team and run in partnership with the Northern Territory Government - Department of Business, NT Resources Week sees over 950 atteendees, 155 sponsors and exhibitors, and over 50 speakers flock to the Darwin Convention Centre. Get in touch with us - we would love to hear from you! Website: http://www.ntresourcesweek.com.au Contact: +61 2 9080 4307 Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/ntresourcesweek Linkedin: http://www.ntresourcesweek.com.au/linkedin
Views: 759 Informa Australia
Triple P rollout announcement - Queensland Communities Minister
Queensland Communities Minister Shannon Fentiman spoke at the launch of a two year trial which allow all Queensland families to access to a wide variety of Triple P programs, including group and individual levels, and those designed for both parents of younger children and parents of teenagers.
Bob Brown and Larissa Waters press conference on water trigger bill and CSG - 1 November 2011
Senators Bob Brown and Larissa Waters address the media about the introduction of Senator Waters' bill, giving protection to water resources from coal seam gas and other mining.
Wales announce 1st Test team
Sam Warburton and Rob Howley are in confident mood as Wales announce the Test team to take on Australia in Brisbane on Saturday in the first of three Tests.
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Virgin Australia at centre of web of airline deals
http://www.euronews.com/ Singapore Airlines is buying 10 percent of Virgin Australia. That will step up its competition with rival Qantas in the lucrative Australian market. Singapore, the world's second-largest carrier in terms of share value, is moving to preserve its dominant position in the Asia-Pacific premium air travel market. At the same time Virgin said it will buy 60 percent of struggling budget carrier Tiger Australia - which Singapore Airlines owns one third of - and more than triple the size of Tiger's fleet, from 11 to 35 planes by 2018. Virgin has also offered to buy a regional and charter carrier Skywest which supplies mining camps, saying the deals will make it a stronger competitor in all segments Virgin's efforts to shore up its position follow Qantas's proposed 10-year alliance with Dubai's Emirates, revealed last month. Qantas ditched its 17-year alliance with British Airways in favour of an alliance with Emirates, a key step in the carrier's efforts to shore up its loss-making international business. Qantas, which has been propped up by earnings from its domestic operations, will operate through Dubai rather than Singapore as part of that deal. Singapore will join unlisted Etihad Airways, Abu Dhabi's flag carrier, in taking a minority equity stake in Virgin. Etihad also has a 10 percent stake. Find us on: Youtube http://bit.ly/zr3upY Facebook http://www.facebook.com/euronews.fans Twitter http://twitter.com/euronews
Indigenous people protest outside of the Conference Center.
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The Price of Conflict, the Prospect of Peace: Virtual Reality in Bougainville, Papua New Guinea
In this 360° Virtual Reality film we reach the small community of Konnou, in the far south of Bougainville Island, Papua New Guinea, to meet Elsie and Timothy, two people whose lives were forever changed by conflict, and who are now looking forward with hope. | To view 360 videos on your desktop, use Chrome or Firefox. For mobile, open in the YouTube app.
Views: 18181 World Bank
Executive Series 20 Mar 17: Glennon Capital Founder & Portfolio Manager, Michael Glennon
Tom Piotrowski speaks with Glennon Capital Founder & Portfolio Manager, Michael Glennon about Glennon Small Companies Ltd (GC1) and his small and micro-caps picks. To view more Executive Series interviews, visit: https://www.commsec.com.au/market-news/executive-series.html
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Farmer's Rally - 1 May 2012 - Channel 9 News
Farmer's Rally - 1 May 2012 - Channel 9 News
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NASA: Water Found in Moon Crater
NASA says there appears to be plenty of water on the moon, according to data from a spacecraft intentionally crashed into the surface. Significant amounts of water could make it easier to set up a base camp for astronauts. (Nov. 13)
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Ethiopian of australia came together to protest against the killings of Ethiopian in SAUDI
angry Ethiopians from all over Australia drove to the capital city Canberra, Saudi Embassy and Protest against all the inhuman actions on Ethiopians.
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Regional Issues - CFMEU QLD & NT Branch.wmv
CFMEU QLD/NT Branch Acting Assistant State Secretary, Jade Ingham, talking about organising and campaigning in QLD and NT regional areas, and discussing FIFO working conditions.
Gracelyn Smallwood & journalist Jeff McMullen on Australian South Sea Islanders 1863 - 2013
Sydney Ideas - In recognition of 150 years for Queensland indentured labour respected journalist Jeff Mc Mullen and renowned activist Prof. Gracelyn Smallwood speak on human rights for Australian South Sea Islanders and the amnesia Australia is suffering in regards to the history and recognition of a people. THE CALL FOR RECOGNITION OF THE AUSTRALIAN SOUTH SEA ISLANDER PEOPLES: A HUMAN RIGHTS ISSUE FOR A 'FORGOTTEN PEOPLE' Co-presented with Macleay Museum, Australian South Sea Islanders Port Jackson and Australian Association for Pacific Studies (AAPS) 20 August 2013 marks 150 years since the first of 55,000 Pacific Islander labourer's (known as Australian South Sea Islanders or 'ASSI') were brought to Australia between 1863-1901, partly by kidnapping and in slave-like conditions to develop the sugar cane, pastoral and maritime industries. In 1901 the new Federal Parliament passed an Act to deport the entire community as part of the White Australian Policy, reducing their numbers from 10,000 to just over 1,000, one of the cruelest acts in Australian history. The Islander community was devastated but the few who were able to remain gradually built up again over generations. Over the past 20 years numerous community members have been involved in "The call for recognition" -- a community initiated movement seeking federal government recognition of this community as a disadvantaged ethnic identity within Australia. Diligent political lobbying by the descendants of these people begun by Faith Bandler AO in the 1970s, has created a momentum among state and federal government representatives for proper recognition and assistance of the Australian South Sea Islander community. They gained the support of the Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission (HREOC, 1992) and in 1994 HEROC findings bought about 1994 Commonwealth recognition as a disadvantaged ethnic group. Despite this, little has changed over the last twenty years although ASSI's suffer the same disadvantages as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and remain marginalised, facing the ongoing consequences of cultural kidnapping, identity, loss of family and severe lack of government services in education and well-being. We invite you to discuss this pertinent issue with a panel of representatives from current governments, historians and ASSI representatives to outline the present situation and plans that are in development for formal ongoing assistance to Australian South Sea Islander peoples. The forum will be opened by ASSI.PJ patron Mrs Bonita Mabo AO. http://sydney.edu.au/sydney_ideas/lectures/2013/the_call_for_recognition_of_the_australian_south_sea_islander_peoples.shtml
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Newman Government moved Labour Day from May to October but Qld refuses to accept it.
5/5/13 Newman Government moved Labour Day from May to October but Qld refuses to accept it. Privatisation, school sales and job cuts brought protestors out in droves to today's Labour Day march, with unions claiming it was the biggest crowd in a decade
Views: 145 Greenshack Dotinfo
Hird and Watson Post Match - Round 10, 2012
Coach James Hird and Captain Jobe Watson talk at their press conference after the Demons loss at the MCG in the Round 10.
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Dr Wayne Somerville speaks at Lismore CSG meeting, 1 March 2012
Lismore psychologist Dr Wayne Somerville talks about the human toll of CSG mining, both from a personal and professional perspective, and the inevitable victory of people power over this industry in the Northern Rivers. Recorded at the Lismore Workers Club, NSW, Australia, 1 March 2012.
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Sea Cliff Bridge Protest: Seven News 16 Oct 2011
Seven News coverage of the Sea Cliff Bridge 'Walk for Water' Stop CSG Protest
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Team Talk: The Big Picture on Population
Hi, I'm John Fitzgerald, and welcome to this week's Team Talk. One of my favourite things I love to do at home is watch documentaries on the universe, and how we live in this amazing universe reminds me of how insignificant we are. This was especially true when I was watching a documentary where Steven Hawkins, the famous physicist, was talking about how there could be billions and billions of other universes. That's just amazing, but let's talk about our world and how it's exponentially growing and changing at a much faster rate than it ever has before. Why I bring this up is that you have to recognise change, and how it's going to affect us so rapidly in the next 10 or 20 years. I gave an example a few Team Talks ago about how book shops have come and gone. I used to love Borders book shops in Australia, they were just fantastic! Now they've gone broke because nobody is buying books anymore, they're doing it all online - wow! But the biggest change is in population. I'm a bit of a population nut; I study population data and demographics. I was at a conference on demographics in the US a few years ago and it was very interesting because there was a demographer there talking about how the population of the world had hit or was about to hit seven billion people. 50 or 60 years ago this was three and a half billion, and a few years into the start of the century it was one and a half billion. So it's doubling every 50 years, I'm thinking "Wow! Does that mean we are going to hit 14 billion by 2050 or 2060?" No - they are talking about how potentially we could hit nine to 11 billion before the population subsides. The whole theory of it potentially subsiding is that if Africa and other third world countries creating the major population boost are educated, the population rate will be reduced. There's a lot of money, a lot of effort and a lot of time and resources going into creating just that. That's all interesting, but it's when they started talking about Australia that I really took note. They were saying that today the population of the world is growing by about 20 million a month. That is one Australia per month, incredible! And places like India and Pakistan are growing by one Australian per annum, incredible! Then they said "Let's talk about Australia. Australia has 5% of the total world's land mass, but only has a fraction of half of 1% of the population". Now, they left you sitting there but I obviously was left thinking "Well, does that mean we should have 1% of the population?" as if that was the case, we would have 70 million people here today. Why is that interesting? It's interesting because one of the biggest news items is boat people coming to Australia. Our kids and their kids need to really think what we are going to do about this because we aren't going to get any sympathy from overseas countries for pushing away boat people when we have 5% of the world's land mass and less than half of 1% of the world's population. We need to think about that because we're going to have to pull our weight when it comes to population growth. It's interesting that the government brought in a change just recently where they said "Okay, we aren't going to have detention centres for refugees, we are going to pay Australians to have these people in their homes". This is just a change in demographic - not something to worry about, to me, or an obstacle, but something that creates an opportunity, something that's exciting and something that we should be aware of. Thanks for listening to me. Sign up for FREE property investment seminars at a location nearest to you: https://www.custodian.com.au/events/7stepstowealthevents/ Download 7 Steps to Wealth Ebook by John Fitzgerald: https://www.custodian.com.au/resources/7steps2wealth/ Watch Custodian property investment webinars: https://www.custodian.com.au/events/online-webinars/ Get investment advices from one of our experts: https://www.custodian.com.au/resources/strategy-session/ Read more Custodian reviews: https://custodianreviews.wordpress.com/ Custodian House Custodian House, 832 Southport-Nerang Road, Nerang, QLD 4211 1800 174 999 07 5527 4955 [email protected] Brisbane Office Unit 19, Level 3, 4 Kyabra Street, Newstead QLD 4006 07 3831 4135 07 3831 4262 Melbourne Office Level 2/100 Dorcas Street, Building E, Kings Garden, South Melbourne VIC 3205 03 9699 4955 03 8640 5926 Sydney Office Suite 302, Level 3, 213-219 Miller Street, North Sydney NSW 2060 02 8904 0555 02 8904 0499 Custodian Website https://www.custodian.com.au Custodian Facebook https://www.facebook.com/CustodianHQ Custodian Linkedin https://www.linkedin.com/company/custodianhq
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Seahawks vs. Spartans - SBL Basketball GRAND FINAL (Queensland, Australia)
The Grand Final of the 2015 SBL Season held at Rowland Cowan Stadium, Carina. The top 2 seeds meet as the unbeaten Southern District Spartans take on our Seahawks, from Runaway Bay. Chris Hart finished with a game high 37 points.
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Extremist Farmer Murders Government "Greenie"... (Croppa Creek, NSW, Australia).
Ian Turnbull Shot & Killed A 51 Year-Old Tamworth-based Official from the Department of Land & Environment, at or around 6 PM on 29th July 2014, while the Public Servant was attempting to Serve Mr Turnbull with Legal Doccuments relating to a longstanding Prosecution faced by Mr Turnbull as a result of his actions in Illegally Clearing over 1,000 Acres of Cri ically-Important Habitat for the Koalas, which have been classed as being "Protected" for about a Century, & "Endangered" for Decades... The deceased man was merely doing his job, upholding the Law, & Mr Ian Turnbull was petulantly angry that he was being called to account for illegally trying to feed more than 2,500 Acres of Endangered Koalas to his Bank Balance...; so the Agricultural Fantasist/Environmental Vandal/Ecological TERRORIST Geriatric shot the "Pesky Bloody Interfering Government Greenie Mongrel Bastard.." ! Q... How many Farmers have the Government or the Greenies shot & killed...? A... None... Q... Since it's the Rednecked Farmers (& Miners, & the PoLice who protect the aforesaid from any potential Environmental, or Animal Rights, Protestors) who're prone to use actual Violence to express their fanatical Politics...; why is it that the Australian Federal Minister for Agriculture (Aggro-Kultur), Barnaby Joyce, persists in portraying Environmentalists & Animal Rights Activists as being "Terrorists" ? A... Barnybaby Joyce is in league with the forces of Corruption via Crony Capitalism, perhaps ? Having shot a Government Employee going about his duty, Ian Turnbull has revealed himself as the first Political Terrorist to have scored himself a Kill on the Australian Mainland, in All HISTORY...; & Senator George Brandis & all his A.S.I.O. Spooks have STILL got their Heads wedged up their own Arseholes worrying about the potential threat posed by returning Expatriot Australian Moslems who maybe might be radicalised & tending towards Violence, after their flirtation with playing at Jihad... Situation Normal, All Fuctim Uppitys..! I can't reply to anything, but I do enjoy reading the Comments which manage to appear.
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