Australia Plans Shark Kill to Protect Swimmers (Who Are Being Regularly Eaten Alive By Government-Protected Sharks)VOA News
Dec. 16, 2013
How many people have already died because of their previous policies? This is multiple years too late. I guess it's hitting tax revenue so the sharks in their parliament can no longer feed their citizens to the sharks in the ocean. (See my article: 'Protected' Great White Shark Bites Young Man in Half)
This issue is a huge pet peeve of mine, sharks are wild animals that kill humans on the regular, yet the moron public and the parasite class demand they be "protected" and allowed to roam free, meanwhile their tax-slaves are farmed like cattle and locked in tiny cages or "culled" if they dare disobey the sharks that rule them.
Humans have the capacity to make things safer, that's why we kill wild beasts, spray against mosquitoes, and wash our food to get rid of bacteria. To suggest we should just let any creature kill as many humans as it wants because it's "a part of nature" or "the oceans are their domain" is the height of savage stupidity. The same garbage could have been said about the entire planet before humans terraformed it and molded it to suit their needs. (Of course, when it's the parasite class, it's not merely a suggestion, you'll be jailed, fined, or killed by the state if you try to proactively defend yourself against one of these wild beasts.)
If you really believe nature is some sort of perfect eco-system then go actually embed yourself in it, live in the dirt, drink unfiltered water filled with parasites, live in the sweltering heat or freezing cold without electricity, no technology, no computers, and be one with the animals -- some of which will incidentally rip your throat out to fulfill what's in *their* nature.
As to the specifics of this plan, it's more centrally planned government stupidity, the market, not the government should be solving this problem. - Chris SYDNEY — Following the deaths of two surfers in recent weeks, authorities in Western Australia have ordered hunters to catch and kill any sharks over three meters long.
There have been six fatal shark attacks in Western Australia in the past two years.
In response, the state government is creating safety zones around beaches in the city of Perth and along popular coastal regions to the south. Authorities say that sharks spotted in the designated areas will be considered to pose an imminent threat to swimmers and surfers and will be killed.
Commercial fishermen will be hired to hunt and kill sharks bigger than three meters in the zones, while baited hook lines will catch smaller specimens.