07 Jul


Davies Plain, recently confiscated from local rural communities by yet another deceitful political process in down town Melbourne, is the site of another inexplicable massacre of a mob of about 18 heritage Brumby horses, found within a 200 metre area, estimated to have been shot in terror about October 2013 by one or several hit men just for the blood lust. Free living horses returned to the Australian ecology as essential big animal activity to drive the wheels of biodiversity are also the nations freedom icon and have been for over 200 years and long before many of the hard hoof haters came to this multicultural nation where horses, donkey, camel, bullocks, sheep, goats, cattle built and fought to have free.

Fanatical maniacs or working hit squad for those too gutless to do their own dirty work have mowed down more horse families in cold blood. So what were gunmen doing in our public owned national park anyway?

More examples of double standard?

Davies Plain brumby-5The Victorian, NSW, ACT national parks associations, Retired Aussies, feral so calling themselves friends of Bogong, Cobbera’s mass extinction experts with side kicks Bill Kosky, Andrew Cox invasive animals council lobby group previously NSW NPA, Graeme Worboy, Ian Pulsford ex NSW park staffers Linda Bloom pygmy possum traumatise and patter, broad tooth rat and corroboree frog experimenters are just some who have come out publicly baying for Brumby blood and may be able to further peoples inquiries about sniper fire into our free living heritage horses that were returned to fire risk mitigation, biodiversity enhancement, water catchment security eco-services.

Curiously where the Brumby are the remaining plant and animal biodiversity clings on yet the experts have not made the connection?

Perhaps there is too much public sympathy, money and donation in policy failure among the endangered species business. Water catchment policy failure long term. Value adding water by disappearance with canopy burn bringing about the thing called “climate change” where out alpine species are starved butchered burnt by incompetence of opinionated townies and migrants without the credentials or experience in land and water management. All the vested interst$ $ee are the quick quids in wilderness tourism, ski resorts built on artificial snow making, the water sales and hydro power if it exists.

Davies Plain brumby-3Not one species has been attributed to becoming extinct because of Brumby activity. This cannot be said about gang green inferno in their bonfire or the naturalised killer dingo the gang green hard hoof haters manipulate around their land grab wilderness thing dispossessing rural minorities from their work securing biodiversity fisheries forests, renewable export earning and food security.  

The same can’t be said for suburbia where most of the hard hoof haters reside and generate their propaganda of vial and venom. The land there is turned over and cemented, oil propelled missiles run the dictatorship. Lock up your children and dogs. Most of these hard hoof haters were welcome to come to multicultural Australia now many Australians want aerial cull of these hard hoof haters, get on an aircraft one way ticket to where you came from and never welcomed back.

Davies Plain brumby-2Political correctness, slander laws, government jobs are being put in place to protect the poms, blow ins, dagos and wogs that have not been conscripted in the university institutions of indoctrination to join the ranks of discriminating against rural minorities on the basis of their occupation and where they live. It matches very well with the undeclared guerrilla war seen in many countries around the world. Australia’s pioneers have fought and even died to raise this nation on principles of live and let live, equality egalitarianism and humanity. Bit by piece the vermin are trying to undermine these principles and values. Attacking the Brumby publicly or privately is a character reference for what Australia does not stand for. If you don’t like it here bugger off and leave our horses alone. If plants are all you can relate to go and sit on an atoll in the Pacific and talk to it!

Davies Plain brumby-6Here is a short list of anti Brumby activists publicly beating up on impact distracting the paying public from the fact gang green policy failure incinerated the Upper Murray and the consequences are dire and place Australia on the track to ruin if those policies of Nazi no graze, no cool fire, persist. Internationally the world is watching the boffin and bureaucratic minority destroy the principles of democratic governance and now the environment. More of us are becoming embarrassed to be Australian in what has become the corrupt acceptable norm in public office or public life.

One is recommended to contact these people try the phones and emails to see if they work, see how fast they are changed or go silent when Australians voice their disgust at their freedom icon being abused mercilessly by mongrels drumming up a distraction to the genuine concerns across public lands and that is the chronic denial and insufficient large animal activity and industrial strength fire suppression. The migrant and urban population deceived to think this is natural wilderness when it is a man made concoction for the greedy and self serving, funded for policy failure their own bad advice to government.

Graeme Worboy – Ian Pulsford PHONE +61 2 612 58147



Andrew Cox–a-time-to-cull-20130511-2jf27.html

“A former park ranger of 36 years, Peter Lawrence, said if someone wanted to design an animal to cause widespread damage to alpine environments then a horse was a good start. He called for aerial culling to stop horses spreading.

The Victorian National Parks Association’s Phil Ingamells said controlling horses would take a range of actions, depending on where they are, but a cull was inevitable in remote locations.

Invasive Species Council chief executive Andrew Cox said trapping was proving costly and unable to remove sufficient numbers to even stabilise populations.”

Read more:–a-time-to-cull-20130511-2jf27.html#ixzz34tKut5G4

Read more:–a-time-to-cull-20130511-2jf27.html#ixzz34tKUWJUi–a-time-to-cull-20130511-2jf27.html

Media contact Kevin Evans 0457797977 CEO NSW NPA

For more information contact: Keith Muir, (02) 9261 2400 (wk) or 9550 3615 (ah)

Andrew Cox, (02) 9299 0000 (wk) or 0438 588 040 (mob)

Fiona McCrossin or Keith Muir ph 9261 2400

For more information contact: Keith Muir, (02) 9261 2400 (wk) or 0412 791 404 (mob)

l2/332 Pitt St, Sydney NSW 2000

(02) 9299 7341

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Barmah and Victorian Brumby haters land grabbers

Nick Roberts – Red Gum and River Rescue Project Coordinator

Phone: 03 5832 0222


Phil Ingamells – Park Protection

Phone: 03 9341 6506

Ingamells runs the VNPA’s Park Protection Project, aimed at radically improving management of Victoria’s national parks and reserves, particularly in the face of climate change. He has a special interest in environmental education, and national park management issues.


Matt Ruchel – Executive Director

Matt Ruchel has been Executive Director of the VNPA since 2007 and has a strong background in environmental policy. He has worked in the non-government environmental policy areas in the state, national and international arena for over 20 years.

Matt has held senior positions in leading international and national conservation organisations and in local government. He brings exceptional strategic planning skills to his role at VNPA and his experience is invaluable in coordinating staff and campaigns, as well as liaising with government and industry at all levels and a range of interest groups.

Phone: 03 9347 5188 – Email:

Executive Director, via the office on 9347 5188 or


Bill Kosky

22 Harold Street, MiddlePark 3206 Phone : 9686 7666 Fax: 9686 8457 Mob: 0427 96 86 76 Email:


 Further Reading

 Geoff Mosley arrived in Australia in 1960 and spearheads land grab. Tracked by megabushfire and mass extinction events unprecedented.



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