Be Careful What you Wish For
In today’s crazy world, western politicians are wasting billions of tax-payer dollars force-feeding costly unreliable green energy in the bizarre belief that this will somehow change Earth’s climate.
Even more incredible, they fear global warmth and seem hell-bent on creating global cooling. They should study climate history. It is snow and ice, cold dry air and carbon dioxide starvation we need to fear, not a warm, moist, fertile, bountiful atmosphere.
Climate change is natural and unstoppable.
Just 20,000 years ago, Earth was in one of its recurring glacial phases. A thick massive ice sheet smothered Canada, Alaska, Iceland, Greenland, North Asia and Europe as far south as London. Much of the animal and plant life of the previous warm era was extinguished. Even in warmer lands not covered by the ice sheet, plants suffered as the cold oceans removed moisture and carbon dioxide plant food from the atmosphere.
Then, because of changing cycles in Earth’s orbit and tilt, reinforced by changing solar cycles, the sun warmed the frozen lands. The great ice sheets melted, sea levels rose and the warming oceans expelled moisture and CO2 plant food into the atmosphere. Plant life recovered. Tundra, forests, grasslands and herbivores advanced towards the pole and fish became abundant in the shallow seas that flooded coastal plains. Hunters, herders, farmers and fishermen followed the food.
Human population increased greatly. They gave thanks for the warmth, and worshipped the sun.
But the peak of the modern warm era is past, and the natural cycles controlling global temperatures are pointing downwards.
Only an idiot with a death wish for life on Earth would attempt to accelerate our inevitable descent into the next ice age.
Luckily, their costly war on warmth is totally futile, but their war on carbon energy will prove tragically misguided in the cold times ahead.
Washpool Qld Australia
Further Reading for those with open Minds:
Record cold but alarmists still trumpet “Global Warming”:
Niagara Falls freeze; sharks freeze:
Han River freezes earliest in 71 years:
Russia building nuclear powered ice-breakers:
Much of USA covered in snow:
Extreme cold sets records as Canadian natural gas usage soars:
But just when you need it, green energy fails:
But King Coal comes to the rescue:
And Global Warming Movies flop:
Chinese children get frost-bite when coal is banned:
And in UK wind farms supply just 2% of power:
In warm eras, increased CO2 boosts plant growth:
But there has been no CO2 Warming for the last 40 years:
Plants suffers as Carbon Dioxide levels fall during Ice Ages:
While Warmists Watch Wrong Weather Warnings:
The KAP has condemned reports this afternoon that the State Government will review new crocodile management plans following an attack on a snorkeller on Lizard Island yesterday.
The man was treated for minor cuts and abrasions to his head after the reptile, estimated to be up to two metres long, attacked him near Watson Creek Inlet.
ABC reported Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk said the incident was concerning and that maybe stricter measures were needed, although she’s ruled out culling.
KAP State Member for Dalrymple Shane Knuth said a review was the last thing Queenslanders needed.
“The time for talk is well and truly over; we need real action in the form of a controlled cull now to put a stop to the attacks, which seem to be multiplying by the day,” he said.
“We do not need a review – we know what the problem is and we demand action.”
State Member for Mt Isa Robbie Katter said the latest attack was the final straw.
“Human safety is paramount and the Government has now run out of chances to evade action; we need to activate a controlled cull as soon as possible,” he said.
The latest development comes just hours after reports of a beheaded crocodile near Innisfail, revealing locals may be taking steps to control crocodiles themselves because the Government is failing to act.
“People are saying this was bound to happen and it will continue if the Government doesn’t do something,” Mr Knuth said.
Following a well-supported consultation tour around north Queensland, the KAP will table legislation next month to allow for a controlled cull in populated areas across Queensland.
Under the legislation, Mr Knuth said crocodiles could be culled or relocated to a crocodile farm, and safari hunting and egg collection initiatives could be set up to create jobs for Indigenous rangers.
When interviewed by 2GB presenter Ray Hadley in 2011 in the lead up to the NSW election, then state Greens senator Lee Rhiannon was asked did she support de-criminalising drugs?
Listen to the question and answer [HERE]
Today Greens are still pushing the decriminalise the drug ‘ice’.
At the national drug summit starting 2nd March, Greens Senator Richard Di Natale and Queensland Senator Larissa Waters [who spent $414000 taxpayer money to fit out her trendy Paddington office] will tell a national drug summit that ice addicts should be able to use the drug without facing police action.
Senator Waters claims diverting law enforcement resources to rehabilitation services would keep kids safe.
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This is what Budapest Train Station looked like after the migrants from Syria left for Germany
Can hardly wait to welcome those people to live here in Australia
by Robert J Lee
Decades of detritus accumulated under the forest canopy forming two metre thick beds of tinder have caused utter devastation across large areas of once pristine forest in Tasmania.
Uncontrollable wildfires in January wiped out 38,000 acres of forest ecosystems in the Central Plateau that once attracted many thousands of bushwalkers and tourists every year.
The State Government has not yet revealed the magnitude of other devastated areas in World Heritage and forestry.
Unique alpine flora including pencil pines, king billy pines and cushion plants, some more than 1,000 years old have been lost forever.
Wilderness photographer and bushwalker Dan Broun has returned from the Central Plateau. He told the ABC he walked four hours into the bushfire affected areas just after the fires.
“The scene is complete and utter devastation. There is kilometres of burnt ground, everything is dead,” he said.
He said small pockets of areas protected by rock escaped the fire.
“I also witnessed devastated wildlife; burnt wallabies, dead wombats and the like,” said Mr Broun.
Fire ecologist David Bowman said the fires burning in Tasmania were a sign of climate change.
However the so-called experts prefer to ignore the decades of dried matter that has built up on the forest floor, due to a lack of hazard reduction burn offs.
Until the late 1800’s, the Aborigines burnt these areas from time to time in a dry season creating a suitable environment for animals and understorey regrowth, preventing any sizeable fuel load from covering the forest floor.
The former leader of the Greens, Tasmanian Bob Brown can be directly blamed for this conflagration because the Greens campaigned long and hard to halt all sustainable forestry harvesting, have all sensible land managers kicked out and to lock up vast forests much to the detriment of the ecology.
And the Greens want to change the senate voting regulations to keep out independents and minor parties!
WWF trying to gouge more funding from a gullible public. Urban encroachment along the eastern coastline dislodges most koalas. Western areas of Queensland recently cleared are not koala habitats Wildfires on North Stradbroke Island decimate koalas and other wildlife thanks to custodians of country
(republished from cairnsnews 2014)
North Stradbroke Island lies just off the coastline from Brisbane and is a popular tourist destination for adventurers from the mainland. With its long sandy beaches and easy surf fishing it attracts thousands of anglers each year who make the short journey from the mainland by barge.
Straddie, covering 54,500 hectares is the second largest sand island in the world. Its only industries are sand mining and tourism, which support its 2000 permanent inhabitants.
On any weekend and during holiday season the beach becomes an extension to the Pacific Highway where hundreds of four wheel drives converge, turning the beaches into major thoroughfares.
Last week, due to lightning strikes, fires broke out across the tinder dry island, eventually causing some settlements to be evacuated. A lack of hazard control burning in the cooler months of the previous 10 years created the most dangerous fuel load ever seen on the island.
The Rural Fire Service had a major incident on its hands with volunteers battling kilometres long fire fronts fanned by gusty winds. Fortunately there was no loss of human life but the islands flora and fauna copped a savage beating.
Fires with such a large fuel load burn extremely hot for a more prolonged period, in many cases far too hot for standing eucalypts and other flora to survive. Most of the islands scorched eucalypts will sucker from the trunk and limbs rendering their function in the natural habitat as useless.
In the aftermath of the searing flames, the environmental damage is strikingly evident. Hot fires also reduce the amount of already low levels of organic nutrients thus making it more difficult for regeneration.
Brisbane ecologist Dr Greg Baxter said the islands ecology would take at least 20 years to recover, unless of course there is another wildfire in the meantime.
A lack of seasonal rainfall is also inhibiting plant regrowth
The island is home to a large koala bear population, 59 species of birds including a large colony of glossy black cockatoos, native rats and numerous reptiles.
The island has been claimed by the Quandamooka and Noonuccal aboriginal groups who assist the National Parks and Wildlife Service with management of its natural resources.
Perhaps the best known of the Noonuccal clan was the late activist Kath Walker, who fought for many years to gain native title to the island for her family.
Kath was one of the last of the islands traditional people, passing away in 1993, and it seems some of the handed-down tribal lore Kath possessed was not passed on to the present generation of island inhabitants claiming aboriginality.
This writer stood on the hustings with Kath in the early 80s.
If Kath did pass on what she knew the message did not get through to the great custodians of country residing on the island and mainland.
These people who claimed native title, in a similar fashion to most other aboriginal groups, either do not know how to manage country properly, do not care or have been prevented by the idiotic Labor Party policies of the 90s from burning excess fuel loads each year or whenever it was deemed necessary.
Former Queensland Forestry Department practices of conducting annual or two-yearly cool fires, guarantee the damage from uncontrolled fires will be minimal and does not have a great impact on flora and fauna.
But what happened to the traditional hazard reduction burning of the open forest and grassland in the traditional August burning off period?
Did the NPWS prevent the local indigenous people from burning off in previous years? Perhaps it seems from similar lessons learnt in other indigenous controlled land or national parks, most of the old knowledge has not been passed on because the gap between the ways of the last of the traditional people of the 1920s and the present generation is too wide.
This knowledge is lost forever. It is accepted in some anthropological circles that the lost messages from true traditional people have been supplanted by university trained anthropologists with an agenda not necessarily in the best interests of indigenous people.
Some commentators liken the beaten up stories of modern anthropologists to reinventing the wheel.
Unfortunately politicians of all hues believe it as gospel that modern day aborigines are the only capable custodians of country, the latest fashionable coinage of the annual $25 billion aboriginal industry.
Nothing could be further from the truth.
‘Global warming’ or is it ‘climate change’ recorded temperatures not in 2015, but 1896 in southern Australia. This data makes Greens Christine Milne and Sarah Hanson- Young (pictured) look like even bigger idiots than those already confirmed.
Yalgoo W.A. Dec 25 1895 122° or 127° F “the Emerald Hotel, an iron structure” or at the Court House ” The latter structure is a ” wooden frame with duck covering.”; Marra station N.S.W. 130 F on Jan 21. The link shows a full months record. “The figures were the readings of three different glasses, which were hung in the front verandah at the Marra, station, and were placed out from the wall on a frame to allow the air to get round them, thereby preventing the heat from the wall affecting the instruments.”; Berlino S.A. 130° F Jan 22. The thermometer “hangs on a stone house with a thickly thatched verandah facing West” … “never reached by the sun“. From Jan 5 to Jan 13, Berlino recorded many temperatures of 118° – 130° F; Kopperamanna Bore, via Hergott Springs S.A. “under date of January 23 : — ‘For the last month the heat here has been excessive. The lowest the glass has registered in the shade, a good canegrass shed, has been 108°. On three different days it showed 118°, and three times 116°, the average for the last month having been 113°.”; Cockburn S.A. 122° F Jan 25 (but measured in the general store); Near Cobar at Paddington station around the same “days it rose to 120deg. and 123deg., on a cool verandah, It seems almost incredible, but one night we looked to see what it was at 11 o’clock, and it registered 106deg.”.
Geraldton W.A. Wednesday, 1 Jan 1896 – 114° F “at Geraldton observatory“.
Geraldton W.A. Thursday, 2 Jan – 115° F “A child succumbs to the heat. ” at “ Northampton, where the thermometer ranged even higher than at Geraldton.”
Perth W.A. 3 Jan – 112° F ” Five deaths have been reported in the city on account of the great heat.”
Mullewa W.A. 3 Jan – 121° F “The town has been enveloped in clouds of dust.”and “crowds of people have bad to sleep out of doors. Water is very scarce.”
Carnarvon W.A. 3 Jan – 121° F Brick House station “It is farther reported that the mercury has been up as high as 125 in the shade there.”
Pinjarrah W.A. 3 Jan – 114° F followed by a minimum of 97° F.
Southern Cross W.A. Week ending 5 Jan – ”averaged 115deg.” “It has often been as high as 122deg.” Mr Mkay died in his office chair of heat apoplexy.
Cue W.A. Sunday, 5 Jan – ”Three weeks of uninterrupted excesive heat“ ”each day exceeded 105“ ”on two occasions reaching 118.“
Wilcannia N.S.W. Monday, 6 Jan – 117° F “Wyalong follows close with 114°. Then come Nowra and Corowa with 112.”
Isisford Qld. 6 Jan – 112° F ” The Government Astronomer states that the high temperature has been caused by a heat wave which has come across the continent from Port Darwin,“.
Bourke N.S.W. 6 Jan – ”The fact is that out of 93 weather telegrams sent in, 64 gave temperatures ranging from 100° at Cooma, Tabulam, Tenterfield, and a few other places, up to 118° in the shade recorded at Brewarrina and at Bourke. There were 22 stations which reported temperatures ranging from 110° to 118° inclusive.“
Canowindra N.S.W. 6 Jan – 114° F “Reaching the highest point on record“.
Farina S.A. 6 Jan – 113.5° F “the place occupied by the thermometer being a shadebox such as is used at the Adelaide Observatory.“
Ungarie N.S.W 6 Jan – 125° F “rural districts do not always recognise the nice distinctions between true shade and other shade.”
Farina S.A. Thursday, 9 Jan – 112.3° F
Quirindi N.S.W. Monday, 13 Jan – 120° F. Out of 54 temperatures shown on that list only one does not meet the 95° F (35° C) heatwave threshold.
Bulli N.S.W. 13 Jan – 115° F “This has been, the hottest day known“.
Kiama N.S.W. 13 Jan – 117° F ” A Scorcher Everywhere. Death and Distress.“
Parramatta N.S.W. 13 Jan – 111 ° F “Fruit Broiled on the Trees.” “Birds and Animals Drop Dead.”
Camden N.S.W. Tuesday, 14 Jan – 123°F ”Great Heat Wave ” “LIST OF CASUALTIES.”
Araluen N.S.W. Friday, 17 Jan – 110° F “It was thought that the heat had passed, but it was back again to-day“
Brewarrina N.S.W 17 Jan – 122° F “125 deaths attributable to heat apoplexy” (Sydney).
West Wyalong N.S.W 17 Jan – 114° F “The thermometer at the post office“.
Nannine W.A. Saturday, Jan 18 – ”After about three weeks of most oppressive heat, with the thermometer frequently registering 120deg. in the shade, the weather has broken.”
Farina S.A. Tuesday, Jan 21 – 112.3° F “Old residents say this is the hottest summer they have ever experienced.”
Broken Hill N.S.W. Wednesday, Jan 22 – 113½° F ”Two horses dropped dead in the street from the effects of the heat.“
Farina S.A. 22 Jan – 113° F “The temperature of our police cell was 148° several times.”
Olary S.A. Thursday, 23 Jan – 116° F “and dust flying in clouds during the afternoon.”
Adelaide S.A. 23 Jan – 111° F “Herbert Crown, an ostler at the Langham Hotel, fell down in King William-street this afternoon with sunstroke.”
Swan Hill Vic 23 Jan – 116° F “To-day, it is again exceedingly oppressive”.
Farina S.A. 23 Jan – 114.3° F “Five deaths have occurred in the town and one outside“.
Mildura Vic 23 Jan – 120° F “PHENOMENAL HEAT IN VICTORIA.“
Broken Hill 23 Jan – 115° F “Dr Enill took the temperature of the body an hour and a hall after death, and found that it was 109¾ .”
Halbury S.A. 23 Jan – 118° F “Many children are unwell, and it will go hard with them unless a change soon, comes.”.
Rapanyup Vic 23 Jan – 113° F “To-day it is again exceedingly oppressive“.
Natimuk Vic 23 Jan – 115° F ”Telegrams from the country districts show that the heat was general throughout the colony.”(Victoria).
Bega N.S.W. 23 Jan – 113° F “The minimum heat during last night was 73 . To-day the heat was terrific In the true shade the reading was 113 at 2pm“.
Geelong Vic 23 Jan – 110° F ” Largely due to a burning north-west wind.“
Hergott Springs S.A. 23 Jan “On three different days it showed 118° and three times 116°, the average for the last month having been 113°F. “
Grenfell and Ivanhoe N.S.W. 23 Jan – 122 ° F “At Ivanhoe the heat was so intense that the mail horses fell dead on the road.”
Charleville / Cunnamulla QLD. Friday, 24 Jan – 126/5° F “The official readings at the Post Office are lower; but the instruments used are placed in a thickly-planted garden which has been heavily irrigated during the last week,” So at which town was this garden and non stevenson screen recording? The clue is in the name “Grosvenor” here.
Cunnamulla QLD 24 Jan – ” The official record showed a reading on Tuesday of 111 degs. in the shade, on Wednesday 116 degs., and to-day 117 degs. On Wednesday at midnight, the high temperature of 99 degs. was recorded.”
Isisford QLD 24 Jan – “The thermometer on Monday rose to 114 degs., on Tuesday to 112 degs., on “Wednesday 115 degs., and to-day 118 degs. The country is very bare and the water is giving out fast.”
Wilcannia N.S.W 24 Jan – 123° F “not a breath of wind was stirring during the night”.
Hillston N.S.W. 24 Jan- 115° F “Anything under 110 is now beginning to be looked upon as contemptibly cool.”
Wilcannia N.S.W. Saturday, 25 Jan – 120° F “The thermometer fell 50deg. at Wilcannia, but a death from sunstroke occurred there yesterday.”
llegal Aerial Culling In NSW National Park
The disgusting result of this “Greenie Fairytale” (below) is that National Parks sent out a helicopter with a shooter and executed those the (3) brumbies on fairytale evidence from this despicable PhD duo published them as “Cannibals”.
This action by National Parks is against a parliament ruling introduced by environment minister and attorney general Bob Debus announced Thursday November 16 2000, “Aerial culling of horses has been permanently banned in all New South Wales national parks, Environment Minister Bob Debus said today“.
This act of parliament has not been repealed – and we ask,
“why did NSW National Parks staff disobey this government order?”
The coverup will be – “it was a mercy killing”, “it was the humane thing to do”. There will be the contrived support from the RSPCA who in 2000 quoted the NP action in Guy Fawkes as disgusting and cruel laying 260 charges against the NSW government, then folded under government whitewash pressure reducing to a plea bargain of one count of cruelty then and today state aerial culling has now become humane.
How humanly did these three heritage horses die under National Parks gunfire from a gyrating helicopter?
The delivery of just one large bale of hay in the helicopter would have been humane to help sustain the brumbies until snow receded, but parks staff want the brumbies dead, option one was the only agenda on the board.
Interesting how 50,000+ bales of rice straw were flown in by helicopter in 2003-6 to the Snowy Mountains at a cost of $2.6M as part of a fire rehabilitation program, used to ‘bandage’ the ungrazed bogs after the 2003 inferno de-stocked mountains of mulch.
The Australian National University and Fenner School now the official laughing stock of the world.
The ratbag green’s slipstream agenda for total Brumby annihilation has now reach an all-time low.
We find these two self indulgent research failures and fiction writers at a distinct disadvantage to factual evidence publishing “Brumby Cannibalism”a total load of taxpayer funded bullshit, reflecting an academic conveyor belt of government grant supported phD’s popping out of universities.
As the world laughs at Dr Driscoll and Dr Sam Banks along with the Australian National university,and the Fenner School, exposing the entrenched taxpayer funded level of incompetence or maybe engineered corruption of science to hold that funding by academics being weeded out by international credibility in the factual environmental real world.
Despite denial here are taxpayer dollars at work – “Cannibal Brumbies”- guess who employs them?
Dr Don Driscoll – Research Fellow in Ecology at Australian National University (left)
Dr Sam Banks – ARC Future Fellow, Fenner School of Environment and Society at Australian National University (right)
The publication can be read at The Conversation website which reads more like a B grade movie script.
The damaging situation of this fiction writing is the people of Australia, with little or no knowledge of horses, BELIEVE WHAT HAS BEEN PUBLISHED.
“They say consequences of a NSW National Parks decision to stop culling by aerial shooting, choosing instead to trap horses using lures and mustering, caused horses to starve, and forced them to scavenge the digestive tracts of their fallen comrades.”
AERIAL CULLING was an international disgrace in 2000 when 600+ brumbies were slaughtered from choppers, teeth blown out, horrific body wound, mare shot while foaling and left to die an agonising death, a government coverup evolved and appeasement to the public was a NO AERIAL CULLING guaranteed by parliament of NSW. The aircraft are still buffeting helicopters and no matter how expert the shooter is, accuracy is not an equation. It is barbaric, cruel and inhumane as show in the SOS-NEWS video – http://www.youtube.com/user/sosnews
Statements published in the article by SMH September 24th 2014
Mr Peter Cochran is accusing Dr Don Driscoll and Dr Sam Banks of academic terrorism for claiming Snowy Mountains brumbies are cannibals.
Mr Cochran, who is president of Snowy Mountains Bush Users Group, said the horses were caught in a big snow dump, couldn’t get out and one died. National Parks and farmers in the mountains knew they were there.
One woman on skis with hay on her back had tried to feed them. Eventually National Parks destroyed the remaining three horses.
“It was all under control. There was not a damn thing we could do for them,” Mr Cochran said.
“The claims are the most ridiculous I’ve ever seen. Nonsense. They were caught after the first big snow, driven down wind into snow drifts and couldn’t get out.”
Mr Cochran said when horses died their mates came around to mourn them, and sniffed them.
He said the academics’ claims were broadcast widely overseas, embarrassing Australians.
“While the headline may draw attention to their extreme views on horse management in the KNP, it is also designed to incite fear and terror in visitors to the Snowy Mountains, portraying the horses as wild meat eaters and a threat to bushwalkers and other visitors,” Mr Cochran said..
“This type of academic terrorism undermines the credibility of the author and therefore the ANU presumably at taxpayers’ expense.”
Mr Cochran said universities were crying poor and it seemed incredible they should invest their staff time and resources in attempting to prove an acknowledged herbivorous animal was omnivorous.
The ANU said;–
“it held no views on the issues Dr Don Driscoll and Dr Sam Banks explored”.
“Academic freedom means that researchers have the right to challenge and discuss issues, and, as a matter of policy, ANU academic staff are encouraged to engage with the public and participate in open debate in areas in which they have academic expertise. “
Dr Banks is overseas and writes on-line:
“whether readers choose to believe this report is not the important issue” “WHAT?”
“Our article summarises research on horse numbers in Kosciuszko National Park and their environmental impacts. These surveys have shown that horse numbers have increased dramatically over recent years and that the current horse management strategy has been unsuccessful in controlling their abundance.”
“WHAT RUBBISH” – Recent horse count in the Snowy Mountains,demanded by the public, paint a different picture to the false count claims previously made that engineered for the required agenda to slaughter Brumbies. View the figures and story [HERE].
Noeline Franklin – Scientist, Horse Woman and Farmer writes
Dr Don Driscoll and Dr Sam Banks reported starving Brumbies are eating their dead. “Cannibals.” These scholars have little knowledge of the English language or photos of Brumbies chasing each other down and ripping each others intestines out. The photo of the horse said to be up to its ears in the gut cavity has a remarkably clean face supporting the view these experts had best keep to their field and not dabble in media hype for aerial culling campaigns.
Blow in boffins from the Fenner School ANU intrepid adventures to the high country, led them to observations of horses starving in a collapsed ecology among the vast man made canopy burn courtesy of decades of build up of Soil CON mulch incinerated the forest, the grasses, the soil, destroyed the forest now grey sticks through which the winter winds howl. The animals have no shelter, no snow caves from which to eat supportive vegetation. These horses are big enough for the skiers and reporters to see their suffering in chronically mismanaged public lands. Less visible are the broad tooth rat, smokey mouse, pygmy possum, alpine skink or Corroboree frog species dying out from starvation and ecological dysfunction brought about by the same tyranny of depriving essential ecoservices of sufficient and timely big animal activity combined with cool fire recycling nutrients otherwise locked up in piles of flammable litter and aggressive scrub.
At best desperate horses were standing over their mother, father, leader, friend or sibling, mourning and guarding it against more scavenging dingo packs, foxes or pigs allowed to run riot in the so called conservation land subjected to “wilderness values by abandonment” devoid of any human intervention except to ooh and aah at the fascination of starvation and suffering predation by the naturalised Asian dingo weapon to dehabit the wilderness and accumulate profits from tourism and water sales for no input costs. Show the people what “exploitive” really is. Wilderness is the paid highly cop out for doing nothing as our public and national assets deteriorate being the greatest CON in CONervation there is. Massive hoax enjoyed now by dynasties of doing nothing mismanagers.
Yes, the man made wilderness denied basic natural processes such the intensity of inferno and depths of chaos could have been avoided. These horses dying because there were not enough of them to afford a bigger area of fire free ecology than a few small lawns. Each Brumby cull reduces the viable ecology that can persist. Each horse that dies is another not contributing to the continuity and security of the region. Human intervention now set up for repeated catastrophic incineration. This is the scandal occurring right under the noses of Australians gullible because many are new migrants to this country and coerced to live in town, fed politically synthesised information they pay dearly for in many different ways. These boffins can report water flows up hill, with fancy photo graphics, believed by sections of the audience cut short their time playing in the sand pit as children will be convinced by indoctrination rather than education. Hitler had the people convinced Jews should be killed, that’s why Germany lost the first world war!
These high country Brumbies are dying because the ecology around them is collapsing. Horses are fully plant eating by choice. Stockmen and horsemen not of the habit to starve animals in an experiment to see what happens, are not familiar with horses forced to scavenge gut contents. Deficiencies in calcium, sulphur have been known to produce bone chewing behaviour in cattle and perhaps horses, avoided by supplementing certain soil type or direct supplements to affected animals in drought conditions. Horses stooped over dead tribe would not be doing this if all was well. Forced into copraphage if in fact this was occurring. To then exploit this disgraceful outcome of chronically mismanaged land by baying for aerial culling to be installed to assassinate suffering horses not offered assistance is a window to the calibre of our academic advice to government that has led to these ongoing atrocities. Australia is becoming morally bankrupt, pathologically selfish, TV hardened and removed from reality. If dingo rip the guts out of hungry horses, wallaby, wombat that’s trivialised as “natural !” How far have we fallen? If horses return to dingo butchered horses to nuzzle and mourn, space invasion and disrespect from a pair of intrepid sight seeing arrogant travellers interrupting this process for their own deceptive and vial agendas.
If the Fenner School dissolves back into cement dust and clay bricks, too that is natural and should occur as soon as possible, severed as a matter of urgency from the public purse. Killed off as irrelevant for future insights into the workings of the ecology. Boffins on bikes picking through Brumby stacks looking for meat scraps, evidence of cannibalism. To then video their clap trap adventures for public display is ‘gadget kids zenith’ battery hen operated as to how far out of touch and how irrelevant the Fenner School has become. The aerial cull should target these boffins put on an aircraft off to some troubled spot in the world where they could do with some organ transplants. No reliance on brain being in the package either. These are vacant shells masqueraded as humans.
The Fenner School is now basically an elaborate institution to house the otherwise unemployable and conceal unemployment figures from the closure and obstruction of human enterprise in this country including the community commitment to looking after their public lands as viable safe supportive habitat to multicultural animal and plant communities. From the white clover that feeds the native wildflowers to the healthy Brumby mobs that chase dingo off pygmy possum habitat, grazed green snow gum stands rendered fire safe even in drought summer dry storms. Things the Fenner bed Fellows are too indoctrinated to see.
Albany Western Australia Anzac centenary commemoration troop march November 1 on York Street will be without the Albany 10th Light Horse group to represent some 130,000 brumbies that left Albany in 1914 with the Australian Light Horse.
Read this full story [HERE]
Pictures from Google images