13 Apr 2012

MINERS Turning Australia into a very large bottomless pit......But do they don't want to pay for the privilege...NOT ON YOUR LIFE!


WINING AND DINING ON OUR BACKYARD.....AND WHEN THERE FINISHED?
WE'RE LEFT WITH A HELL OF A LOT OF BIG HOLES AND NOTHING TO SHOW FOR IT!.
THEN WHERE DO THEY GO!
ANYWHERE THEY CAN MAKE MORE BIG HOLES.

The Minerals Council of Australia declares the mining industry has paid its fair share of tax and is "not a bottomless pit" for continual tax increases.


It's apparent that they consider Australia as a very large "bottomless pit".


The MCA broadside came as BHP Billiton chief executive Marius Kloppers warned there had been "very appreciable cost increases" at BHP's Australian operations, with raw material prices and the dollar rising as productivity fell.


He does not mention just how generous and how much they have been allowed to write off by Governments of all colours for years, it shows just how one sided their argument is and all it does is make them seem even greedier if, that is possible.


Echoing warnings from resource industry leaders about Australia's declining competitiveness as a place for mining companies to invest, Mr Kloppers said it was important to consider carbon costs, labour productivity and costs and the exchange rate when deciding on new investment.


He mentions once again "carbon tax", this is a tax that has not yet taken effect yet he has already closed a mine, come on, this mine was no longer viable and he knows it in my opinion.
WOW! LOOK WHAT WE LEFT YOU.
AND YES!
YOU CAN SEE IT FROM THE MOON
(No you can't eat it, drink it or pay for your health with it, but it's real big though.)

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