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Byron Shire
February 27, 2021

Bye, bye, Mullum?

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Caspar Brace, Mullumbimby

While wanting to find an ethical and environmentally sound present for my wife I entered a new store in Mullumbimby hoping to find at least a section of organic cotton products. But no, according to the delightful sales lady the store had found organic didn’t sell. This most likely means every single item purchased in that store supports genetically modified crops of cheap cotton, which, if you do a little research, reveals itself to be a profoundly toxic event wherever it is grown.

So what is happening in Mullum?

Here come the CBD rent rises perpetuated by monied landlord classes that must push up the value of their investment. That’s right, let’s double or triple our return and point the finger at ‘the market’ as our town is fleeced for profit.

Unless we, the consumer class, wake up to our dollar power we really are doomed to surviving on cockroaches and pigeons as our future ecology will be destitute and shattered.

But at least I got a couple of years of Egyptian cotton sleeps before Hell erupted!

Unless we The Sheeple demand more – ‘Bah Ram You’; as they say ‘to your tribe be true’.

Whose tribe are you in?

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