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So long and thanks for all the krill

5 November 2021

4:00 AM

5 November 2021

4:00 AM

China is an eco-serial killer. 

When it’s not poisoning, re-landscaping or using Asia’s waterways to blackmail its neighbours, the Communist nation heads down South to rape Australia’s carefully maintained oceans in the Antarctic Territory. 

It is a brazen hunting exercise in which China navigates Antarctic treaties as if they were inconsequential cracks on the pavement. 

While tourists are fined if they step on the wrong rock or touch a penguin, predatory nations remain free to engage in mass-murder expeditions.

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