I didn’t think we’d get to the farm seizure part of Communism 2023 edition so fast, but given the goings on in Ireland and the Netherlands it’s not surprising:
“Farmers in Western Australia are furious about sweeping new cultural heritage laws that will require them to pay an Aboriginal consultant up to $160 an hour to obtain permits to do anything on their land that might disturb more than 50 centimetres of soil.
Locals have warned that the Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Act 2021, which comes into effect on July 1, could bring economic activity to a halt while empowering a vast new layer of bureaucracy to “hold businesses to ransom” with costly red tape.
The key change under the new Act is the establishment of Local Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Services, or LACHS, which will be responsible for determining whether an activity will cause “harm” to cultural heritage.
Under a complex three-tiered system, anyone on more than 1100 square metres of land will be required to apply for a permit from their LACHS before carrying out certain activities, such as digging fences, planting trees or clearing tracks.
Penalties for damaging a cultural heritage site range from $25,000 to $1 million for individuals and $250,000 to $10 million for corporations, as well as jail time.”
So in short, kulaks 2.0 with better marketing. Those fees and regulations will increase in time like everything else does.
Some Aboriginal rocks up to your farm, claims the site is ‘sacred’ and then you get extorted for doing anything on your own land. Consultants get paid, bureaucrats feel important and Mark Leibler rubs his hands while on the phone to Klaus Schwab.
And if you fail to comply, what happens? The cops rock up and throw you in jail or shoot you?
Joel Davis coined the term ‘Abo Communism’ and this is basically what it is – they’re being used as a proxy for the final act of the greatest wealth and power transfer in human history that began with COVID.
Twiggy and Gina will be exempt from this of course, or will find some way around it because they can. Smaller operators in the mining sector are fucked (exploration will get stupid expensive) and will be bought out by a bigger player – ditto the farms, essentially consolidating control of the food supply.
It also explains McGowan’s departure to a point – this was passed while he was Premier and he’s left Roger Cook holding the bag whose wife is apparently a BBC, er, BLM enjoyer.
It also explains why the largest gun grab in Australian history since 1996 will also take place from July 1 in WA – they’re expecting some farmers to get a little upset.
Tl;DR – inflation, food shortages and social cohesion to accelerate downwards in WA first, followed by the rest of the country because Aboriginals and racism.
Voting no isn’t going to do shit – just a reminder if that’s not already obvious to you at this point.