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Thursday, April 7, 2011

It is time to cry over milk and the prices of locally grown fresh food.

In the late 1990’s I become aware how badly our national border protection
systems and structures were failing us. In short they are on the other side of

Oh sure they run out the usual press releases, photo opportunities and have a
few lucky successes that help to maintain the charade.

But there are many issues that we are facing today that are a foot in an open

It is no secret that food price wars are a long term tactic to wipe out competition,
not just retailers but also producers.

With local producers out of business companies will be able to argue that they
need to import food from overseas.

We already know that many overseas food producers and suppliers aren’t well
regulated and with our own Australian border security already letting us down
that means more toxins, like pesticides and more dangers for consumers.

Of course some people still say that the companies wouldn’t sell something that
isn’t good for us and if they tried the government would stop them …

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