‘Get ’em in the Cities, Spray ’em, Feed ’em GMO and make them drown in flouride’ – ConspiracyOz

Turnbulls Dream!

Sent in by the aptley named ‘Winston Smith’ Turnbulls Dream (ing)

15th March 2016

Turnbulls Dream

China Bikes

Yep get ’em out of private transport get ’em in the cities  give ’em an Opal ID card and sandals and a bicycle (ID card please!)

Fine them ($319 no Helmet) with ridiculous nanny state laws (ie Helmet Laws plus warning Devices)

Raise Opal Card Travel Costs, Whats next Tollways for Bicycles? – Mick Raven

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Posted on March 15, 2016, in ConspiracyOz Posts. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. A Globalist Mandate, Just for the Record – Mick Raven

    Excerpt from ‘UNITED NATIONS/AGENDA 21/ECONOMIC ASPECTS OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN AUSTRALIA/TRANSPORT/Decision-Making: Major Groups involvement’

    Provision of transport services is now largely a private sector business activity. Governments are involved in aspects of infrastructure provision and some transport services are provided by government-owned operators.

    The private sector has significant ownership of aviation, maritime, road freight and some rail operations – for both passenger and freight movement.

    Private sector involvement in the provision and maintenance of infrastructure – including rail track, airport infrastructure, tollways and port infrastructure – is also increasing.

    The private sector participates in decision-making processes related to matters of government responsibility.

    http://www.un.org/esa/agenda21/natlinfo/countr/austral/eco.htm#trans

    Say no more….

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