KATTER’S CROC POLICY
The Labor and Liberal parties have blood on their hands by playing politics with Katter’s Australian Party’s Safer Waterways Bill that would allow all crocodiles to be removed from waterways south of the Daintree River.
The family of Mrs Anne Cameron who was taken by a 4.3 metre crocodile near Port Douglas has my sincere condolences. With this bill, we are taking every possible step to prevent another croc attack.
At the last sittings of State parliament the two Brisbane-centric parties voted
down the fast tracking of this bill leaving Far North residents to be menaced by the exploding crocodile population.
I have just returned from an intensive tour of Cape York Peninsula listening to
indigenous communities, businessmen, tourists and cattle producers.
They all agree there has been a large increase in crocodile numbers throughout the electorate of Cook and that something has to be done about it.
I mean business, KAP means business and we will rid the north of this danger.
Gordon Rasmussen, Julatten, KAP candidate for Cook