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The issue is not racist, it is not even about the tree. It is about protesting after the fact. Why leave it so late? How are protestors managing to live there without earning a living? Hippie donna di luglio ha l’anima di una strega shirt Are tax payers paying for this protest ? That means we are paying for a road we havent got, for investigations which solve nothing and for people to camp under a tree.
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I think the issue is: due process was undertaken prior to decision being made regarding road placement. Meetings were held, people had their say, plans were considered, different positions were debated. Decisions were made. Money was spent. Tenders were accepted. Work began. Then the protest began. Hippie donna di luglio ha l’anima di una strega shirt Money was wasted – pay out to business for broken contract. Employed people no longer had security. Tax payers money wasted. The tree camp is situated on a dangerous curve on a busy highway – accident risk high. Now reduction from 100 to 80 km.
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I had a bit to do with another road in Queensland where it was not until very late in the process that a stand of significant trees and a bora ring were identified the area overlapped two claim areas and one of the groups was difficult to contact. In the end the road was realigned to miss the indigenous cultural heritage area, and it remains to this day. Your process listed doesn’t make it the right one, and all the negatives could have been avoided should an appropriate due process was taken and they never sought to violate such a landmark to start with. Go.around.it. You are exactly right. Would love to see the due process of involvement with the Indigenous Community that approved this, let alone the Indigenous Minister who isn’t even Indigenous.