Tree res­cue

Central Leader - - OPINION -

If a tree is in the way of a devel­op­ment then it has to go. But it does not have to be mur­dered.

If it can­not be trans­planted then cut­tings can be taken, prop­a­gated and planted in safe places.

The trees at West­ern Springs might not be move­able as the ground there is very rocky but they can­not stay where they are.

At the heart of ev­ery protest out­fit there seems to be a hard core of work-shy, pro­fes­sional trou­ble mak­ers who never miss an op­por­tu­nity to make life more dif­fi­cult than it needs to be.

Anti-road pro­test­ers hate roads be­cause they can carry pri­vate cars. Pri­vate cars rep­re­sent in­di­vid­ual free­dom which the ex­treme left col­lec­tivists can­not abide.

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