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Attempted foreign involvement in Defence decisionmaking

By Skidbladnir - 12 March 2008 33

According to the ABC, not only are local militant vegans and eco-nazis claiming that euthanasing the kangaroos by lethal injection is inhumane, but the protest has now gone global.
Save our Kangaroos have called in the worldwide envirofreak cavalry, who have little concept of any local issues.

The local “Save Our Kangaroos” organisation are kangaroo defenders, who had previously disregarded the rule of law by throwing rocks at contractors involved with the previous cull at Googong, happily placing the safety of kangaroos before the safety and gainful employment of fellow human beings.

They now expect that their safety should be of paramount concern, acting as ‘human shields’ for the kangaroos by standing in the way of dart guns, and in a striking act of hypocrisy, have a newfound respect for the rule of law and hope to prevent the cull through legal action.
They also expect the kangaroos to be moved away to somewhere else, where they can eat and reproduce ike mad, and become someone else’s culling problem.

I guess now that the ACT Government has exhausted the rational options we could learn to support the idea, so long as Save Our Kangaroos’ investment arm can pay for the entire removal and guarantee the animals safety, perhaps by wrapping the kangaroos in cotton wool, providing relocation counselling, and lavishing them with kisses.

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Primal 11:22 pm 13 Mar 08

Why does deliciousness not transcend international borders?

astrojax 10:24 pm 13 Mar 08

“Except that the kangaroos are breeding themselves to the point of starvation”

– however, the science actually doesn’t back this up. the roos aren’t starving, but they are a threat to various other species in the location, several of which are endangered. lizards and other mammals, not just moths and grasshoppers – which in any case are principle members of the food chain. fuck the roos, let’s fry them! (in a spicy wine sauce, of course, served on a bed of kumera mash and wattle seed infused bush tomato jus)

No, that’s just how he talks.

Mælinar 9:39 pm 12 Mar 08

He makes that fart noise by putting his hand in his armpit and flapping ?

LOL…nicely put.

VicePope 8:17 pm 12 Mar 08

McCartney has demonstrated by his statement that he could best be described as a solo artist, playing with the instrument God gave him at birth, to the amusement of nobody else.

hax 7:39 pm 12 Mar 08

Save teh dodo

I think the moths, grasshoppers and kangaroos should all be culled to protect the vulnerable native grasses.

RuffnReady 5:11 pm 12 Mar 08

“The 287-acre (116-hectare) location is also home to endangered species of moth and grasshopper, which rely on the vulnerable native grasses for survival.”
Therefore, we must kill all kangaroos to save the moths and grasshoppers.

I have a feeling the moths adn grasshoppers won’t last too long when 500 townhouses go in there… but that is another matter, and I’m not going to get started on it.

Heavs 5:10 pm 12 Mar 08

McCartney. What a muppet. Maybe if his wife had eaten some meat she wouldn’t have died of cancer.

Thumper 4:33 pm 12 Mar 08

PETA takes a plutonium enema

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

Gear!

Thumper 4:31 pm 12 Mar 08

SHouldn’t it be a McCartney song?

Don’t go culling Kangaroos
please just stay away
People who cull kangaroos
sometimes can make mistakes

Don’t go eating macropods
let them run away
people who eat macropods
get stoned by greenies hey?

But I need meat
yeah i need meat
like a jap needs a whale
and kalahari like ox tail…

(Sung to ‘Don’t go jumping waterfalls)

Okay, lame…

Mælinar 4:26 pm 12 Mar 08

Hi Echelon.

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