Australia’s government is considering making it illegal to boycott a company for environmental reasons
Street Democracy writes:
They fear of class dissent.
Fearful of embarrassing government for allowing further corporate destruction towards our already devastated, sore and wounded eco-system.
They fear citizen’s awaken state of mindful and legitimate questioning of corporate agendas.
Citizens now all to aware we are careering to irreversible environmental damage to our most blessed and sacred planet as ever increasing citizens condemn corporate crimes globally.
They fear people empowerment and grass root knowledge that goes against corporate power base control.
How society is recognising the corrupt form of capitalism that is unleashed, unregulated, unfettered and out of control grid locking and strip mining all over our planet to the detriment of our eco-system and health of our earth.
Corporations do great harm exploiting earth for their profit and by industrialising her natural resources.
In the process they create death zones by pollution, deforestation and over killing wildlife.
Corporations are often guilty to murder not only of our planet but of our voices, our opinions and silencing social democracy.
Now the Australian government want to enforce a form of passive citizenry and the only way government can silence the people is by making it illegal to ‘boycott a company for environmental reasons’.
They want to reconstruct our political apparatus that excludes public opinion by enshrining such Orwellian draconian ideologies into law.
They want to legally stop people from publicising any and all corporate crime which is absolutely essential to curving corruption.
Exposure of criminal corporate dealings is the only way to stop such corruptions on a world wide basis.
It is essential to saving our planet of limiting such excessive damaging corporate exploitations that it is vital such draconian laws do not surpass parliaments.
I am assuming if someone on the internet states ‘boycott’ a certain corporation for deforestation reasons or child slavery, or pollution reasons like with fracking, then that person may soon, be liable for an arrest.
We are witnessing the construction of an authoritarian, oligarchical form of totalitarian state where we are subordinate to governmental control, governmental dictatorship and power.
The government is bought and paid for corporations, by our venal politicians with their financial vested interests.
It is why so many policies serve to protect corporations by enshrining into law, policies that allow corporations to operate regardless as to what the people believe should happen.
For example making it legally plausible for fracking companies to frack right under your home for you do not ‘own’ the under ground bit of your land, giving fracking companies the right of way.
We are witnessing a ‘coup ‘d etat’ a slow corporate take over, by our corporate government’s, that this type of empowerment over the population is echoed through out public policy.
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‘Coalition MPs and industry groups are using a review of competition laws to push for a ban on campaigns against companies on the grounds that they are selling products that damage the environment, for example by using old-growth timber or overfished seafood.
The parliamentary secretary for agriculture, Richard Colbeck, said the backbench rural committee and “quite a number in the ministry” want to use the review to remove an exemption for environmental groups from the consumer law ban on so-called “secondary boycotts”.
“I do think there is an appetite in the government for changing these laws,” Colbeck said.
The exemption also applies to campaigns related to “consumer protection” but Colbeck said he would not be seeking to change that provision.’