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20 October 2017

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It is literally a race to the bottom

Dear Michael,

This is exactly what went on in Australia with the approval of the QCLNG and GLNG projects.
Indeed many of the senior executives, including Sir Frank Chapman the former BG Group chairman were invited to a major rugby league game at a corporate box at SunCorp stadium by the Queensland government.

The EIS statements won't be worth the paper they are written on and Nautilus just want to get their hands on the slurry, which contains high deposits of tantalum and more money will change hands in trading the resource and PNG community will endure the risk.

It's that bastard Peter O'Neill.

Hey, Sam, give his ass a little kiss.

I hope Julius is not thinking that this salted mud hole will secure his autonomy.
Nor the deep sea mine.

This stinking deal will come back to haunt future generations if we don't stop it.

And we won't.

Pngians are pathetic at doing the right thing, a whole nation wasting emotional energy hoping the Hunters will magically release The Force while their country is fucked over.

Find more people at a game of rugby than trying to stop deep sea mines.

Human nature - oxy fucking morons.

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