Film ‘The Bentley Effect’ was an inspiration

It is heartwarming to see what can be done by ordinary people who care for our planet.

Film ‘The Bentley Effect’ was an inspiration

I would like to thank the social justice committee of the Duncan United Church for bringing the film The Bentley Effect to Duncan.

In the face of 800 police, thousands of people in Australia, who wanted to save their precious water and farms from being poisoned and polluted by fracking, joined together in peaceful protest and stopped Big Gas from drilling and creating havoc in their beautiful land. It is heartwarming to see what can be done by ordinary people who care for our planet. Despite government supporting big business, which cares not for its children nor the future well being of humanity, we saw how it is possible to change the powers that be. Thank you, and may we all be inspired with such courage.

Mrs. P. Foot


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