Audience with open microphone, commenting and asking questions of Kelvin Thomson and Mayor Doyle at the "Big Population Debate" on 13 October 2014 at Deakin Edge, Federation Square, which attracted well over 200 people from peak ratepayers, planning and environmental groups. It culminated in a call by Mary Drost, of Planning Backlash, for a referendum on Australia's population growth. Both Kelvin Thomson and Lord Mayor Doyle agreed that this was a good idea.
ECOENGINE (not verified)
Thu, 2014-10-16 08:47
Doyle shows callous contempt and complete indifference
Tue, 2015-05-19 15:05
Urgent: Mary Drost's Australia-wide population referendum
The Thomson vs Doyle population debate at Deakin Edge on 13 October 2014 culminated in a call by Mary Drost, of Planning Backlash, for a referendum on Australia's population growth. Both Kelvin Thomson and Lord Mayor Doyle agreed that this was a good idea.
Now Mary has put a petition for this up at Change.org Please consider signing it. We need that referendum.
An Australia-wide referendum to be as follows: 'Do you agree that Australia should keep on growing at the present rate because of the much higher immigration numbers that the government has introduced? Yes or No.'
We the people of Australia have never been asked what we think about the huge increase of population that our government is determined to give us, therefore we request that the government conduct an Australia-wide referendum and let the people decide if we want a big Australia or not.
Member for Wills Federal government – attention Kelvin Thomson, Federal Member for Wills
To promote this page here are two links: http://tinyurl.com/k8hnzbd
Anonymous (not verified)
Thu, 2015-05-21 11:54
Extremist Cranks Press Release!