10 Reasons to Call for the Resignation of Colin Barnett
1. the decision of Colin Barnett to bait and kill sharks indiscriminately is a crime against nature - the ocean are the home of sharks. With the use of baited drum not only sharks of over 3m be caught but smaller sharks, turtles, albatrosses and dolphins may be caught as well.
2. Colin Barnett - you have ignored the demand of the the citizens of Australia - therefore you are unfit to hold your position.
3. Colin Barnett - you have ignored the academics and the scientists therefore you are unfit to hold your position.
4. Colin Barnett - you have been given wiser tested alternative that works and you choose to ignore therefore you are unfit to hold your position.
5. Colin Barnett - you have choose to use 6 to 7 million of tax payers money to bait and kill sharks - with the experience in Hawaii this method fail. Your are supporting indiscriminately killing and paying fishermen illegally - therefore you are unfit to hold your position.
6. Sharks are apex predators - they are the lions and tigers of the ocean. They are sentinel animals that keeps our ocean healthy. By indiscriminately baiting young and mature sharks, you are causing the imbalance and causing harm to our planet - therefore you are unfit to hold your position.
7. With the use of baited drum to cull sharks you are destroying the ocean and the chance for future generations- children to see sharks in their natural environment therefore you are unfit to hold your position.
8. Your action of engaging fishermen to use baited drum to cull sharks indiscriminately have caused major embarrassment to Australia - your action have yield international attention and reflect poorly of the people of Australia therefore you are unfit to hold your position.
9. Many Australian are not proud of you; you stupidity is a disgrace to Australia - therefore you are unfit to hold your position.
10. At several level; Colin Barnett is breaking several laws; many sharks are endangered and protected such as the Great White shark - by act baiting sharks is a disrespectful of the law. You are not above the laws. Here are the violations.
Violation of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act of 1999. http://www.comlaw.gov.au/Series/C2004A00485 Violation of the (UNCLOS) United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea of 10 December 1982 http://www.comlaw.gov.au/Series/C2004A00485 Violation of the UN FAO International Plan of Action for the Conservation and Management of Sharks (IPOA-SHARKS)
Australian Government page: http://www.daff.gov.au/fisheries/environment/shar... CITES site: http://www.daff.gov.au/fisheries/environment/shar... Violation of the Convention for the Conservation of Migratory Species
Australian Government Website: http://www.environment.gov.au/.../memorandum...
Violation of CITES Appendix III
Violation of Section 3 Article 21 of the United Nations World Charter for Nature
Violation of the Convention of Migratory Species
Violation of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation act of 1999 – Sect 212
Violation of the Memorandum of Understanding on the Conservation of Migratory Sharks
Violation of the Wildlife Conservation Act 1950 – Western Australia
Violation of the World Heritage Convention – 1975
Violation of the Convention on Biological Diversity – 1992
Violation of the Endangered Species Protection Act – 1993
Violation of the Australian Wildlife Protection Act