Australia does not need any more new roads or buildings. The …

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Australia does not need any more new roads or buildings.
The so-called “development” will ruin the traditional country way of life by ruining the country itself.
Do not be fooled by the word.
This development is utter destruction in disguise.
It is not an improvement at all.
Build roads everywhere and there will be no more outback or bush.
We only need to mend the old existing roads when needed.
The over-the-capacity third-world invasion must be stopped as it is the very reason we are forced to build new roads.
We do not want destruction.
Leave Our Beautiful Australia alone.

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It wouldn’t be such a problem if you weren’t so greedy.
I’d rather have my peace and quiet over those invading outsiders any day.
Wipe your feet before you step on my red soil.


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