DUNE RISING : gday ms Pauline Hanson, please explain why the northern states have massive influxes of water that literally overwhelm your stormwater systems, but that water is not collected and thus given to your various farmers and industry… instead i am informed the northern states continue to take water from the murray darling system and thus detrimentally affect the southern state by dwindling our water supply. I want queensland to have enough water too for your needs.
Unfortunately by not collecting the stormwaters of your more tropical zone, and instead taking water from the murray darling system, that is directly harming the more desert semi-arid zones like south australia within our great nation. Please explain, and then FIX that issue at your earliest convenience. Image of a dry creek bed, and image of a tropical forest.
We are One Nation, and we demand fair use of water in our Great Desert Nation.
We are a Great Country and we require water to survive, come face me at the water tank of doom, it has plenty of spare room, for it is running dry, and thus when I cry, i will fill that volume with the salt water of my tears. DAVID JARVIS.
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I as an environmental science graduate, wholly agree that the Queensland industrialist have been allowed to access huge volumes of water at the expense of South Australia’s ecosystem (the Murray River). This has been allowed by the government for decades, and nothing is ever done about it… Thanks for posting 🙂