Monday, May 30, 2005

Save Our Snowy

In yet another sign that Victorians won't take much more of the Bracks government, I am pleased to introduce you all to Save Our Snowy. Classics so far include: Can You See The Difference?, Australian Latte Party Strikes Again and Fuhrer Bracks of the fourth Reich orders Vic Cattlemen OUT!. Enjoy!



The Snowy As It Once Was

6 Comments:

At 8:57 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

the fact that you hate such an inoffensive person as bracks is funny. move to queensland, victoria belongs to us.

 
At 8:51 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yeah-Queensland, where right-wing rednecks rule supreme. You should see Kingaroy, there are pictures of Joh posted everywhere; much like a dictator.

 
At 4:09 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Since when is the a cow a wild brumby? Go back to school, re-read your Banjo Paterson, learn the difference between cattle droving and rounding up wild horses and maybe return to this forum a little more learned and a little less red-neck.

 
At 7:54 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Liberal and National Party stooges drum up anti-Bracks Government support with the usual smoke and mirrors deception - hijacking the hero-of-the-every-man poet Banjo Paterson into the cause of giving our parks back to the landed gentry:

Killing the Man from Snowy River - The Age - May 31 2005
... Banjo Paterson liked his myths and so, it seems, do the friends of grazing, writes John Schauble ...
... "Ryan's [moronic Victorian National Party leader Peter Ryan] response is interesting as it reinforces some widely held misconceptions about Banjo Paterson's famous poem. Australia's most popular poet, Paterson was also our finest myth-maker. "The Man" that Paterson describes was already a historical figure when the poet published his memorable lines in 1895. The horseman was a metaphor for the sort of figure Australians who, by the start of the 20th century, had largely retreated to the cities, wanted themselves to be.
The work itself has nothing directly to do with cattle grazing. It is a ballad about rounding up wild horses, a practice Paterson regarded as a sort of 19th-century extreme sport, "the grandest sport known in Australia"...

 
At 1:52 AM, Anonymous Luke W. Martin said...

I am proud not to be anonymous and to condemn Premier Steve Bracks' attack on the high country cattlemen. What we are witnessing in Victoria is Premier Bracks' Fabian Socialist plan to crack Christians, high country cattlemen and all the other tough nuts that are standing in the way of outright socialism. Refer to www.fabian.org.au !

 
At 4:07 PM, Anonymous liz and sarah innes said...

great website anyone saying that cattleman should be kicked out of our high contry obviously dosent care about the enviroment and the state of our beloved mountains.For generations cattlemen have taken great care of these areas and in recent times since cattlemen have been ejected from highland areas in N.S.W we have witnessed first hand the distruction that mismannagement from N.P.W.S has caused eg. recient wildfires and head in the sand mannagement has left the remainder unburrned and setting it up for the next wildfire.It time to hand it back to the cattlemen who realy care for our mountains

 

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