CON­SIDER CHIL­DREN

Kwinana Courier - - Opinion -

THIS is the story of the use of re­cy­cled wa­ter and the DFS and Vol­un­teer Fire Fighters.

It is ob­vi­ous that they do not have wa­ter. My opinion is we have plenty of wa­ter: re­cy­cled waste wa­ter. I've been think­ing this for some time now.

We have cities from Kwinana to Al­bany pro­duc­ing mil­lions of me­gal­itres of treated wa­ter per an­num be­ing pumped out to sea. Un­der­ground wa­ter tanks or above ground tanks can be filled by pipe­line to th­ese ar­eas.

In­fra­struc­ture is not just build­ing roads and rail­ways. It's about keep­ing what we have safe. Twenty-first cen­tury tech­nol­ogy is a sim­ple so­lu­tion. THE way the gay move­ment has waged its cam­paign re­minds me of the com­mu­nist party of days gone by.

First, get into po­si­tions of power where you can make change, e.g. gov­ern­ment, then po­si­tions where you can in­flu­ence peo­ple’s think­ing, as in the media, par­tic­u­larly TV, and at the grass roots, the schools.

Per­son­ally I don't care who wants to live to­gether or what they do in pri­vate but with a le­gal mar­riage would go the right to IVF, ar­ti­fi­cial in­sem­i­na­tion and adop­tion.

I be­lieve any child has the right to a mother and fa­ther and any other com­bi­na­tion goes against na­ture.

Have a child's rights been con­sid­ered in this ar­gu­ment?

That's why I would vote no.

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