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Alan Jones on the warpath

‘I don’t really care who is supporting what I’m saying, whether they’re Greens, I don’t care who’s marching out there, but this has got to stop. You cannot go on saying that all things begin and end with mining.  If we continue that way, with 40,000 coal seam gas wells proposed for the Darling Downs, and we change the name of the Darling Downs to the Surat Basin, then I’m sorry but the agricultural future of Australia, which has been a food bowl, is over.’ (Alan Jones on ABC Radio National Breakfast, 23.1.15)

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