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The Rock-itt : October 2011
steaks and lamb cutlets. They are living creatures who feel pain, are capable of love and caring, just as we do. We are the dominant species and so control the fate of our animals, but after thousands of years of inhabit ting this planet what have we l earnt? Humans are still the cruellest of all living creatures on earth taking advantage of our dominant position to exploit all other living creatures who must cringe when our shadow falls upon them. It’s tim e for change fellow Australians, it’s tim e for this great country of ours that started off as a small colony of convicts to lead by exam ple and show the rest of the world just how far we have com e with our moral thinking. Let’s unite as one and begin in our own backyard and stop Live Export for a start then get on with the job of educating the rest of the world that being cruel, selfish and greedy at the expense of other living creatures is not the way to live. Perhaps humans will start treating each other better if they learn to respect other species of life. Don’t let your MP off the hook. Send an urgent message today to let them know how the government has let caring Australians down and that while they continue to support the cruel live trade of animals, people like you will continue to demand its end. Go to banliveexport.com for more information. Let us be the generation who turned it around. Let’s be the leaders of a new way of thinking and caring, a good way of caring and the right way of caring. Join the army of decent people at “Anim al Australia” in its fight for justice for our animals. Logon to www.banliveexport.com and see what you can do to help “Animal Australia” make this country a better place to live, not just for us humans but for all creatures both great and small. Pete Johnson