Daintree rainforest trees are dying from parasitic vines

Letter to the Editor

The Daintree rainforest In Far North Queensland is Dying while the universities study the healthy Great Barrier Reef for millions in government funding.

Driving the Bloomfield road from Wujal Wujal to Cape Tribulation all you can see are dead trees covered in weed vine that climbs everything until it suffocates the tree from sunlight, strangles and kills it.

 You would think with all the tour buses with university educated tour operators with eco-tours all over their brochures may have noticed the dead trees covered in vines!  Or maybe the government paid Aboriginal Ranges who are supposed to be invaluable in conservation!

Or Queensland government Parks and Wildlife Rangers!

 Maybe the Universities who have received millions from the government who supposedly studied land run-off to the great barrier reef!

When will Australians get value for money when it comes to politicians, government departments and education?

from Jase


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Posted on February 9, 2023, in environment engineering, General, world heritage and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. 12 Comments.

  1. Surely Pat from Vic is a young bot. Sounds sort of lefty to me.

    No, we do not need a commission of inquiry. All we need to do is hire some workers to weed out and destroy the killer vine. Nor do we need to take a They could do the job. Or what about some volunteers , who could camp for a week or two.How rewarding would that be ?

    I suppose ie is too simple.

    There are alternatives.


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  2. I have noticed parasitic vines in other regions and the state gruberment has them protected. They crawl to the next tree after smotherinmg each tree. The trees are disappearing. Has anyone got a name for this problematic vine?


  3. tonyryan43 said – “After we have rescued our nation, I propose that an independent commission of inquiry be launched into all introduced flora and fauna and those responsible tried, incarcerated and, where damage is significant, the perpetrators be executed.”

    … and where the perpetrators are already deceased, the entirety of their esate and all proceeds thereof be retroactively confiscated and pooled for remedial action against environmental damage.

    And their citizenship be retroactively revoked, their graves be identified, dug up and the contents dumped into international waters.

    Ditto any treasonous arseholes who thought their grave was their escape route.

    NO amnesty.


  4. The author said – “When will Australians get value for money when it comes to politicians, government departments and education?”

    When we stop paying them.

    Or better, when we string the lot of them up from lamp posts – because “we’re all in this together”.

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  5. I am guessing this is Kilopo Vine, introduced by scientists and agronomists as leguminous cattle fodder, which also runs rampant along the NT’s Adelaide River. This adds to a long line of pests inflicted on Australia by these academic retards. Despite warnings by members of the public, eradication was never attempted.

    After we have rescued our nation, I propose that an independent commission of inquiry be launched into all introduced flora and fauna and those responsible tried, incarcerated and, where damage is significant, the perpetrators be executed. This should also apply to politicians who refused to authorise funding of eradication.

    I also propose that all serious injuries inflicted against Australia and its people, be classified as treason so that execution is automatic. Many of these invasions occurred because of diplomatic immunity. This should be banned. Any creepy fraud who worked for the United Nations had diplomatic status and would routinely bring plants here for their gardens, generally because they could.

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  7. Neville Thompson

    Where is LandCare and those blackfella rangers when they are needed most ?
    Ask the State & Federal tourism mob if they’d like to pay for the eradication of the vine seeing tourism drives the Daintree economy .
    Seawater is a good poison and there is a lot of it nearby for the cost of cartage

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  8. Unfortunately our politicians are the best lobbyists could afford.

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  9. Unfortunately the politicians we have are the best lobbyists could afford.


  10. We will only get value for our money spent when we actually have real money backed by gold, and we are able to elect true people’s representatives who are directly accountable to the voters, NOT to a political party. Here’s how we could do it. All it takes is the Will of the People. So it’s up to each one of us to take responsibility and take out the criminals running our country into the ground and put them on trial. Are you ready to do that? If not, stop whingeing!!! You are a useless appendage to our nation!

    Go here for a Plan for the Future:


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