Claims that money generated by fracking would go to Aboriginal …

Comment on Gas, fracking: potential benefits to Aborigines enormous by Zada.

Claims that money generated by fracking would go to Aboriginal people are suspect.
Most of it would go offshore, and Aboriginal people would be left with trashed country, poisoned water, and no way to stay on country.
This would be a tragedy and a travesty.

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