Petition on change.org: Ban the sale of coriander!

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Dear XYZ viewers, please visit change.org to support this important cause. As stated on the site:

“Coriander poses a serious threat not only to our national security but to our health. Ban this herb, now and forever.”

A groundswell of people are coming out in favour of the movement against this “disgusting” herb, believed to “have an ulterior motive other than flavouring foods.” The science is settled that too many people suffer from the lifelong negative consequences of prolonged coriander use. Estimates of its cost to the Australian economy range between 12 – 14 billion dollars annually. Supporting this cause will help improve public health, the environment, boost the economy, and make you feel good.

We encourage you to take a look, to at least be a part of the “hate vibe.”

https://www.change.org/p/the-australian-government-ban-the-sale-of-coriander?recruiter=133396465&utm_source=share_petition&utm_medium=facebook&utm_campaign=autopublish&utm_term=des-lg-share_petition-no_msg&fb_ref=Default

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  • ALEX GARTLAN

    This “poll” has everything it could want for a LNP aspirant or just a rant, but it does not allow for someone who likes facets of Malcolm, and still wants to vote Labor, GREEN, or any other flavour. I will still vote GREEN because there are no possibilities of having a Socialist Left candidate in my electorate. I admire some of the qualities of Malcolm, and wrote to him when Tony et al had it in for him earlier in the former government under Tony, but I draw the line at voting for any LNP candidate. I do not hate them, I merely will not vote for them when there are alternatives available.

  • Thank you for your feedback, Alex. We have already altered the poll according to feedback, and can do so again.

    It is also interesting that you are articulating the idea that the Greens are the closest thing to a socialist left party you can find. What aspects of their policy platform do you think fit with this?