NT Labor eradicating pastoralists in readiness for a Chinese takeover, Agenda 30 well on the way
As food supplies deliberately tighten up world-wide amid the Covid plandemic, the communists of the Northern Territory Labor Party led by Chief Minister Michael Gunner have begun their move against cattle producers and farmers.
Cattle producers have been slammed with a compliance regime unequalled in Australia, exempting Victoria, that will cut cattle numbers in the Northern Territory by at least one third and increase operating costs up to 50 per cent.
The United Nations Environment Program has its fingerprints all over the NT legislation that will force the un-fenced Territory property lessees to declare unbranded cattle as feral and have them shot, similar to the Queensland National Parks Service which has been recently shooting branded and unbranded cattle across Far Northern Queensland.
At a time when producers are experiencing unprecedented high cattle prices predictably the NT Labor Party swoops like a vulture.
Most cattlemen in the Territory have not recovered from the federal Labor Party’s overnight ban of live export cattle in 2011. One NT producer took the former federal Labor Minister Joe Ludwig to court suing for damages over the ban. In June 2020 Justice Rares of the Federal Court awarded the Brett Cattle Company $3 million plus costs.
Justice Rares said Ludwig had acted with malfeasance in public office and that his decision was invalid.
While NT producers have had more than 12 months of record prices, it will take many years to recover from Ludwig’s death sentence for a number of producers who committed suicide and the original litigant, Dugal Brett’s death in a helicopter crash at Waterloo Station in 2015.
The Civil Aviation Authority blamed dirty fuel after an investigation of the wrecked chopper. No helicopter pilot has ever intentionally put contaminated fuel into a machine. Every pilot is meticulous about fuel supplies and carry their own fuel pumps with filters to ensure there can be no dirty fuel going into their tank.
The NT Labor Party is ramping up the regulations, with which primary producers will not be able to comply.
This regulatory grab for NT leasehold pastoral holdings will have a significant impact on how properties are managed.
Whenever the bogeyman word ‘sustainable’ bobs up it is a clear indication of impending UN control.
Land clearing of any nature will be a thing of the past and new dams for irrigation will cease to exist.
The ALP is bringing in Agenda 30 sustainability thresholds that will be unable to be met especially in the dry arid zone. https://sdgs.un.org/2030agenda
Albeit NT cattle properties have been well overpriced the new agenda will cut their value significantly, thus reducing a grazier’s debt to equity ratio.
Banks will be moving in because most pastoralists hold significant debt.
Then on cue comes China which already owns Darwin Harbour and other pastoral properties in the north including Stage 2 of the Ord River Scheme.
This strategy by NT Labor is not their idea. It follows hot on the heels of similar Deep State moves using land acquisitions in the Mid West of America where Bill Gates and Jeff Bazos have bought huge swathes of prime farm land to grow crops such as soybeans which will be used to manufacture artificial meat.
Thus the removal of NT livestock and their minuscule CO2 and methane emissions in lockstep with the false doctrine of climate change.
Fortunately the hot climate and lengthy wet seasons of the NT do not lend themselves towards broad acre dryland farming but the new regulatory regime will have a dire impact on rangelands cattle production.
More on this story soon.
Posted on January 17, 2022, in Agenda 2030, agenda21, Agforce, ALP, America, Farmers, General and tagged Darwin Harbour, Joe Ludwig, Michael Gunner, NT Cattlemens association, UNEP. Bookmark the permalink. 15 Comments.