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DIY wotz on guide for the weekend of 5 October 2012

By johnboy - 4 October 2012 12

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Alright hive mind, it’s your time to shine.

What’s worth seeing and doing around Canberra this weekend?

Just leave your scintillating suggestions in the comments and the gratitude of Canberra you shall have.

What’s Your opinion?


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DIY wotz on guide for the weekend of 5 October 2012
Thumper 8:11 am 05 Oct 12

EvanJames said :

SnapperJack said :

EvanJames said :

Ban Live Export rally, 12 noon Saturday on the Parliament House lawns. http://www.animalsaustralia.org/live-export-rally

This is in response to the seemingly endless reports of horrific cruelty experienced by animals exported by us. The latest in Pakistan involves thousands of sheep being culled (they said for disease) by clubbing and throat slashing. The animals were thrown into a pit and buried. Many were still alive.

There are rallies being held simultaneously in every capital city in Australia.

Are there any counter demonstrations being planned so that decent Aussies can voice their support for farmers and pastoralists (mostly family concerns), and people in third world countries who shouldn’t be threatened with having their food supply cut off just to pander to a bunch of feral animal libbers and middle class greenie elites in Australia?

A demo where you can express your support for animals being clubbed to death, having their throats slashed so they can bleed to death while conscious, buried alive, have their legs broken, their eyes gouged?

Why don’t you organise one? I’m sure it would be very well attended. Although the pastoralists might not come, they aren’t very happy about their animals being tortured to death either.

+1.

Sorry, off topic.

FreddyVegan 4:48 am 05 Oct 12

EvanJames said :

SnapperJack said :

EvanJames said :

Ban Live Export rally, 12 noon Saturday on the Parliament House lawns. http://www.animalsaustralia.org/live-export-rally

This is in response to the seemingly endless reports of horrific cruelty experienced by animals exported by us. The latest in Pakistan involves thousands of sheep being culled (they said for disease) by clubbing and throat slashing. The animals were thrown into a pit and buried. Many were still alive.

There are rallies being held simultaneously in every capital city in Australia.

Are there any counter demonstrations being planned so that decent Aussies can voice their support for farmers and pastoralists (mostly family concerns), and people in third world countries who shouldn’t be threatened with having their food supply cut off just to pander to a bunch of feral animal libbers and middle class greenie elites in Australia?

A demo where you can express your support for animals being clubbed to death, having their throats slashed so they can bleed to death while conscious, buried alive, have their legs broken, their eyes gouged?

Why don’t you organise one? I’m sure it would be very well attended. Although the pastoralists might not come, they aren’t very happy about their animals being tortured to death either.

+1

johnboy 10:49 pm 04 Oct 12

Back onto the topic of events this weekend please gentlemen

EvanJames 10:45 pm 04 Oct 12

SnapperJack said :

EvanJames said :

Ban Live Export rally, 12 noon Saturday on the Parliament House lawns. http://www.animalsaustralia.org/live-export-rally

This is in response to the seemingly endless reports of horrific cruelty experienced by animals exported by us. The latest in Pakistan involves thousands of sheep being culled (they said for disease) by clubbing and throat slashing. The animals were thrown into a pit and buried. Many were still alive.

There are rallies being held simultaneously in every capital city in Australia.

Are there any counter demonstrations being planned so that decent Aussies can voice their support for farmers and pastoralists (mostly family concerns), and people in third world countries who shouldn’t be threatened with having their food supply cut off just to pander to a bunch of feral animal libbers and middle class greenie elites in Australia?

A demo where you can express your support for animals being clubbed to death, having their throats slashed so they can bleed to death while conscious, buried alive, have their legs broken, their eyes gouged?

Why don’t you organise one? I’m sure it would be very well attended. Although the pastoralists might not come, they aren’t very happy about their animals being tortured to death either.

bundah 7:00 pm 04 Oct 12

For those that enjoy alternative rock come to the Basement on Sat night and check out The Khalasar who are bloody awesome!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ipaLFzjPGbI

poetix 6:03 pm 04 Oct 12

SnapperJack said :

EvanJames said :

Ban Live Export rally, 12 noon Saturday on the Parliament House lawns. http://www.animalsaustralia.org/live-export-rally

This is in response to the seemingly endless reports of horrific cruelty experienced by animals exported by us. The latest in Pakistan involves thousands of sheep being culled (they said for disease) by clubbing and throat slashing. The animals were thrown into a pit and buried. Many were still alive.

There are rallies being held simultaneously in every capital city in Australia.

Are there any counter demonstrations being planned so that decent Aussies can voice their support for farmers and pastoralists (mostly family concerns), and people in third world countries who shouldn’t be threatened with having their food supply cut off just to pander to a bunch of feral animal libbers and middle class greenie elites in Australia?

No.
Although I think there was a convoy and no-one turned up…

SnapperJack 5:36 pm 04 Oct 12

EvanJames said :

Ban Live Export rally, 12 noon Saturday on the Parliament House lawns. http://www.animalsaustralia.org/live-export-rally

This is in response to the seemingly endless reports of horrific cruelty experienced by animals exported by us. The latest in Pakistan involves thousands of sheep being culled (they said for disease) by clubbing and throat slashing. The animals were thrown into a pit and buried. Many were still alive.

There are rallies being held simultaneously in every capital city in Australia.

Are there any counter demonstrations being planned so that decent Aussies can voice their support for farmers and pastoralists (mostly family concerns), and people in third world countries who shouldn’t be threatened with having their food supply cut off just to pander to a bunch of feral animal libbers and middle class greenie elites in Australia?

EvanJames 2:12 pm 04 Oct 12

Ban Live Export rally, 12 noon Saturday on the Parliament House lawns. http://www.animalsaustralia.org/live-export-rally

This is in response to the seemingly endless reports of horrific cruelty experienced by animals exported by us. The latest in Pakistan involves thousands of sheep being culled (they said for disease) by clubbing and throat slashing. The animals were thrown into a pit and buried. Many were still alive.

There are rallies being held simultaneously in every capital city in Australia.

threepaws 1:01 pm 04 Oct 12
Overheard 12:40 pm 04 Oct 12

The Dreamlanders, Live and Free at A Bite to Eat, Chifley
Sunday 7 October, 5-7pm

http://www.facebook.com/TheDreamlanders#!/events/366271856782375/

johnboy 12:25 pm 04 Oct 12
johnboy 11:58 am 04 Oct 12

From our Calendar:

Saturday:

Australian Poetry Slam heats

Art School Ball 2012

All weekend:

The Waterhouse Prize at the National Archives

Hannah Quinlivan’s Drawn In at The Front

Divine worlds, Indian paintings at the National Gallery

Sydney Long, The Spirit of the Land at the National Gallery

Local Feats, a retrospective of local feature films 1971-2010

At the Phoenix:

Thursday 4th 9pm
Sub Detonator
The Kingstons

Saturday 6th 9:30 pm
The Si Claros
Marky Moon
The Waterboard

Monday 8th 8pm
2xx Local n Live Presents The Bootleg Sessions
Crash The Curb
Lavers
Xav Ier
Alice Cottee

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