Australian Taxpayers fund 19 million dollar Camel Massacre Project ,their web page , tell them what you think
- From: kangarooistan <kangarooistan9@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 9 Apr 2010 04:28:29 -0700 (PDT)
Check out the all new taxpayer funded web site being set up to kill
about a million Aboriginals Camels for Beef Farmers to run more beef
in the Aboriginal peoples deserts
Use their " report a camel " site to tell THEM what you think , see
links below, Demand Camels be farmed not massacred . Camels fill the
niche left by Diprotodons , and the desert benefits by their presence
They inhabited open forest, woodlands, and grasslands, possibly
staying close to water, and eating leaves, shrubs, and some grasses.
The largest specimens were hippopotamus-sized: about three meters (10
feet long) from nose to tail, standing two meters (6 ft 7) tall at the
shoulder and weighing up to 2,786 kg (6,142 pounds).
.. It is suggested that diprotodonts may be replaced by Camels in
other countries , keeping hot fires under control , and opening up
tracks in dense thickets so other animals can enter and or escape
fires and predators
For example, if burning an area of fairly thick forest and thus
turning it into a more open, grassy environment is considered likely
to impact on the viability of a large browser (an animal that eats
leaves and shoots rather than grasses),
THEN the reverse is equally true:
removing the browsing animals (by eating them, or by any other means)
within a few years produces a very thick undergrowth which, when a
fire eventually starts through natural causes (as fires tend to do
every few hundred years), burns with greater than usual ferocity.
The burnt-out area is then repopulated with a greater proportion of
fire-loving plant species (notably eucalypts, some acacias, and most
of the native grasses) which are unsuitable habitat for most browsing
Either way, the trend is toward the modern Australian environment
of highly flammable open sclerophyllous forests, woodlands and
grasslands, none of which are suitable for large, slow-moving browsing
animals—and either way, the changed microclimate produces
substantially less rainfall.
Rainfall in Australian "camel country" has increased over the last 50
years , see map
Rainfall in Cattle country has FALLEN n the same period , almost in
direct proportion to rise of camel numbers as cattle numbers
Camels BENEFIT deserts , cattle and sheep DONT
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Welcome to the interim website for the Feral Camel Management Project.
This site is provided to make information available while we develop
the full site.
The Feral Camel Management Project addresses the urgent need to
significantly reduce feral camel numbers so as to lessen their impacts
in remote Australia on biodiversity, wetlands, water holes and sites
of cultural value to Aboriginal people, infrastructure (fences,
houses, cars) and personal safety.
There are around one million camels in remote Australia and this
population is doubling every nine years.
They are already a significant pest across more than 3 million km2 in
the arid and semi-arid parts of WA, SA, the NT and parts of western
Qld, and they range over many thousands of hectares in any given year.
The Feral Camel Management Project is a national approach, which
brings together for the first time all of the relevant state and
territory governments (SA, WA, Qld, NT), Aboriginal organisations
across the four jurisdictions (land trusts, corporations and land
councils), NRM boards, conservation groups, the pastoral industry and
commercial interests to protect identified refuges for biodiversity in
northern and remote Australia that are allegedly under threat from
Report a Camel Killer
If you have seen a camel, or camels, we want to know. We can use this
information to help manage the impacts of feral camels on
infrastructure and areas of natural and cultural significance.
Please fill in as many details as you can.
You can fill the form in for each time you saw a camel.
But it’s a vast area and we need every pair of eyes we can get focused
on the task of identifying camel numbers and locations.
Over to you, camel spotters.
The new feral camel project website has a wealth of interesting
information about the camel menace and our plans to control it.
This interim site is very simple and we are developing a bigger and
better one for launch later this year.
its very clear who has now been given 19 million dollars to massacre
Australian camels to keep Aboriginal peoples poor and under control
19 million dollars wasted driving the camels in WILD uncontrollable
frightened animals that will take 100 years to re tame , after they
learn to FEAR man it will cost 190 million to undo the damage done by
these insane psychopathic criminals who's only tool is a helicopter
Taxpayers are very happy to spend / waste another 19 million dollars
to ensure Aboriginal peoples REMAIN in contol FULL of the foreign
Same propaganda they always use to justify taking ever more away from
the REAL owners of the country
PRETENDING to care , but with the exact same outcome every time white
peoples work out how to fix the Aboriginals ' problems " , we ALL know
how this insane idea will end , exactly like ALL those before
From 1830, the remnants of the Tasmanian Aboriginal population wereexiled to Settlement Point (or Wybalenna, meaning Black Man's House)
on Flinders Island. These 160 survivors were deemed to be safe from
white settlers here, but the relocation scheme was short-lived. In
1847, after a campaign by the Aboriginal population against their
Commandant, Henry Jeanneret, which involved a petition to Queen
Victoria, the remaining 47 Aboriginals were again relocated,
We all know how they always operate under a veil of humanity as they
slowly STEAL every last sq inch of the country for their overseas
masters , inch at a time
[khana]. Kaurna culture and language was almost completely destroyed
within a few decades of the European settlement of South Australia in
And exactly WHAT do you think the white criminals cure was
Skull Creek is a common name for a number of creeks and waterways in
In each case, it is named so due to the killing of Aboriginal people
in the area.
* Skull Creek, Victoria, in the Gippsland region was the site of
killings of Kurnai in 1842 during the Gippsland massacres.
* Skull Creek, Northern Territory, near Barrow Creek, was the site
of killings of Kaytetye in 1874, known as the Barrow Creek massacre.
* Skull Creek, Western Australia, near Laverton, was the site of
killings of Aboriginal people in the nineteenth century.
This is a list of massacres of Aboriginal Australians.
* 1833 Early in the year, in an attempt to prevent starving
Aborigines stealing food from settlers, the Government established
rationing stations giving flour and biscuit at Lake Monger and in the
Upper Swan. Private settlers were forbidden to feed natives, except in
return for work done..
* February 1833 the first moves are taken to prevent Aborigines
entering the area of the City of Perth.
* April 1833 A false rumour of 200 Aborigines attacking the
Preston Point Ferry, saw every man in Fremantle taking up arms to kill
* google images of Australian camels
Farm the Camels dont shoot them , Camels are far better than BEEF in
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