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Byron Shire
May 17, 2021

Dear Barnaby

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Bernard Hinchcliffe, Mullumbimby

Politics is the most riveting game in town. Remember though it’s just a numbers game. If you want to know what a politician is up to, just follow the money.

The rain has started to come back. If we allow mass irrigation to proceed again we will run out of water again.

This is not a conspiracy to divide and conquer your party, but the fact is Australia only relies on rainfall.

It’s up to you and your party to decide who benefits in the long run.

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1 COMMENT

  1. There, Barnaby…..You have been told &
    I agree. We DO only survive on rainfall.
    Forget following the money trail & do
    something positive like ‘get rid’ of all
    the no-hopers & work on all alternatives.

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