NOTE to all those overenthusiastic interstate, intrastate and overseas supported do-gooders and environmental ‘experts’ who project their unwanted opinions on policy makers of Queensland’s present and future coal industry,
No thanks, stay at home, zip your mouths and learn to mind your own business.
Is this part of a destructive plan against our coal industry so that similar ones may flourish in other countries?
Many of these vociferous people have never lived in either Queensland or near the Reef, relying mainly on media and suspiciously fresh green sources for information; nor have ever expressed interest in local job opportunities
Astonishingly the Reef is already re-generating since Cyclone Debbie’s onslaught, much to the shocked surprise and dismay of the aforesaid ‘experts’ who have been quoting at least three years delay of refurbishment to prop up their spiel.
Perhaps Debbie gave a judicious pruning to the area, removing failing sections and encouraging new regrowth.
No one wants to see natural wonders decline but there has to be a balance, between offending usage, using stifling measures against heavy industry and that of a reasonable level of agreement and overall care without the bitter infighting as Queensland doesn’t need all this loud mouthed free anti advice. — Patricia Russell, Mackay