Thanx for the great worx, I look forward…. “…We(e),…” are advancing the Evolution in it’s struggle against the corporate structure’s (la machine) convolution and it’s devolutionary direction. You, indivisible life and illimitable potential, and your worx go along way in that evolutionary direction, for, we can walk in nature’s balance, giving back to Earth’s abundance. If you didn’t vote Hillary you voted for the bi-headed, RumputiN/vlad the impaler, head of the global oligarchy to dictate the extermination to extinction of humanity, large mammals, for the corp structure’s convolution’s devolutionary direction + ‘la machine”s, sociological programming (machining) human (into not) being, individually, which is the social challenge of our day, as the convolution’s dictating cult of personality is almost all and the socialist’s extemist lie that “there’s no reality without their agreement”, is the political one. All life are necessary threads in life’s fabric, we can’t allow to be torn asunder, as we followed none, we leave no footprints that will echo on, in all ways, always. reality
This week marks 10 years since the ban on uranium mining was overturned by the former State Government in Western Australia. The Australian Nuclear Free Alliance (ANFA) sends a strong message of support and congratulations to the communities who have been so strong in their opposition to uranium mining in Western Australia. 10 years after the ban was overturned Western Australia remains free of any operating uranium mines.
“We are happy to say there are no operating uranium mines in WA today and no immediate likelihood of any mines being constructed. This is a is a great time to acknowledge and pay tribute to the staunch communities who have stood strong, to the supporters the campaign and the stunning country that remains nuclear free.” West Australian ANFA co-chair Vicky Abdullah said today.
The Australian Nuclear Free Alliance (ANFA) formed in 1997 and is a committed national network of aboriginal and non-aboriginal…
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