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Arrived back in Australia from Canada, to be met with the cost of estimated 9.90$ extra a week for carbon tax.  In reality try 20.50$ . The filth that believe the tax payer has a bottomless pocket. Have come up with a way of making money out of thin air.  To tax the public for the pollution that China produces, as 85 percent of our products, if not more, are produced there.  Farmers operating dairy farms, or any animal live stock that requires eletricity Hydro for you cunooks.  Have seen an extra 5,000$ per month to their bills as a farmer has found, after planting 4,000 trees in an attempt to of set and gain carbon credits.  And to add to the terror Smart meter is coming. 

 

But Canada you don't have to worry, yet.    Because all those farms that sign up to Carbon credit scheme by off setting companies like GE,GM, Ford or any other large polluting multi national will find they don't own the land, they farm on.  And must comply with the rules under that contract.  Eg not to disturb the soil as it affects the micro carbon collecting bugs or plants.

 

For those farms in the north of Alberta that now have suffed the same fatight as the 4 Queensland and New South Wales farms 6 months ago.  These animals that call themselfs politians are coming for your farm one at a time.  An of course in a nice way. 

 

 

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I agree with you Bristow....especially now when the world economies are so weak.

How are you doing?  Missed seeing you post here.

What are your plans now that you are back in Australia?

We hope you are well and things go your way.

 

RR

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