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Comment on Fracking OK, but under ‘strict laws’ – Gunner by Evelyne Roullet.

Yes, Psuedo Guru, and he will organise the supply of water bottles for the few of us that will have remained.

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Fracking OK, but under ‘strict laws’ – Gunner
Domenico Pecorari: Gunner does not care about the next elections. He probably has a good CEO job or consultant reserved for him in the mining / fracking industry like Adam Giles with the pastoral industry.


Fracking OK, but under ‘strict laws’ – Gunner
Yes Hal, and all this money spent on inquiries, surveys etc was just to pull the wool over our eyes and a waste of the taxpayers’ contributions.
“Their impressive credentials and dazzling performances will pull the wool over the eyes of even those who ought to know better.”


Fracking OK, but under ‘strict laws’ – Gunner
Gibihi Road near Moura was also protected under “strict law,” Mister Gunner.


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