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Not the church going type Socialist. Not long now and it'll be clear to the sycophants why CBH
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Lets not worry about or count the lies from the AGW camp though Nico. Your dictatorial democracy
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yep just like wesfarmers was eh cob. if farmers don't sell, nobody can take over anything
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BONNIE Rock farmer Romina Nicoletti believes rebates that put money in grower pockets are the key to a strong future for WA farming.23 Jan 15  2 BONNIE Rock farmer Romina Nicoletti believes rebates that put money in grower pockets are the key to a strong future...