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The Rock-itt : November 2011
I wonder when we are sitting down at that table full of food and drink, with our stomachs bulging from over gourmandising, will we spare a thought for the countless numbers of our sheep and cattle who are waiting to spend their last Christmas in pain and misery. I wonder if it will even cross our minds. We live in a world of greed and selfishness, and have become desensitised to everything real that goes on around us unless it’s happening to us. W e tend to breeze through life taking all we can get to satisfy our own needs and means, and our own personal goals is all that matters. Is it any wonder that this planet is in such a mess? In a matter of a few weeks the year will be over and another will begin. What have you done my fellow Australian, that is worthwhile? Have you gone to the trouble to help som eone whether it be human species or animal species, ask yourself the question and if the answer is nothing, then why not give it a go for a change and do something for som eone or something rather than yourself, you’d be amazed how wonderful it makes you feel. 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. This feature does not finish with the end of 2011. We will still be here in 2012 shoulder to shoulder with our champions at” Animal Australia” and so will our passion to end the “Live Export” of our Australian Animals. I urge you again please don’t sit on the fence and let these defenceless animals go to a painful death. Don’t fail them, they belong to us and are our responsibility. They have given the ultimate price of their lives that we might prosper and in this final phase of their lives let’s show them some gratitude. I will write and ask our Prime Minister Julia Gillard to step in and champion our cause. I feel she is a compassionate person and a good Australian; perhaps she can turn the tide and stop the holocaust which is being dealt to our Aussie animals. Pete Johnson