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Ban Live Export National Rally a Huge Success!

Ban Live Export National Rally a Huge Success!

Posted 16 August 2011   by Jesse         Permalink | 16 Comments

Tags: live export, video, rally, protest, cattle, cows, sheep, ban live export

Were you one of the thousands who came out to voice their opposition to live exports at the Ban Live Export National Rally on Sunday? What an amazing turn out and what an amazing atmosphere!

Thank you to everyone who helped send a strong message to politicians that Australians want this cruel trade stopped. If you made it along to the rally, leave a comment below. We'd love to hear about your experience of the day!

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Pegs Pegs 17 August 2011
1
Naw, I wish I went sad
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AliceinWhorrorland AliceinWhorrorland 17 August 2011
2
Wish I had been allowed to go, and I heard there was a claf there love
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DangerGirl DangerGirl 17 August 2011
3
I love how Lynw as at both the Melbourne and Sydney rallies. Just like Phil Collins at Live Aid!  clap
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sara13 sara13 17 August 2011
4
wish i was there frog
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valda valda 17 August 2011
5
I couldn't be there ,but I was there in spirit,this inhumane barbaric treatment of Australian animals has to stopped -now and for-ever. sad
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Veronica Veronica 17 August 2011
6
It was quite good.  I was trying to guide all the Sydney to Surf people there.
We mus all congratulate ourselves.
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Denise3 Denise3 17 August 2011
7
I was very emotional.  There were a few like me who shed a tear.  It was so inspiring to see so many people who care about animals like me.  It was truly worth it.  My next rally to go to will be about puppy farming on the 18/9
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helen4 helen4 17 August 2011
8
ban all animal export now
I cannot understand how humans can get pleasure out of harming such trusting beautiful animals
stake them to an ants nest in the middle of nowhere now wouldnt that be fun
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Brigitte1 Brigitte1 18 August 2011
9
Was at the Adelaide Rally and it was great. Had to go to Adelaide on Sunday morning from Melbourne because of the birth of an extemely premature grandson and arrived at 11.20 missing the Melbourne Rally and went straight from the airport to Elders Park. Great turn out and heaps of caring and loving people there.
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..1 ..1 18 August 2011
10
I was at the Hobart rally, which had over 400 people. Which is good for little Hobart! I even heard one woman say that she'd gone vegetarian after seeing the Four Corners program. happy
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Nelly Nelly 18 August 2011
11
I loved the Rally happy I really enjoyed being surrounded by so many loving, compassionate people who I already know without actually meeting them!
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evamarie evamarie 18 August 2011
12
I WOULD LOVE TO BECOME A VOICE AGAINST CRUELTY TO ANIMALS AND WOULD LIKE TO KNOW WHEN AND WHERE FUTURE RALLEYS TAKE PLACE, SO I CAN COME AND BE PART OF THIS ORGANISATION. DONT KNOW WERE TO START. PLEASE ADVISE
                                                        EVAMARIE
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Jane Jane 18 August 2011
13
Hi evamarie!
Make sure you join the Action Team http://www.unleashed.org.au/take_action/action_team.php Then you'll never miss another rally again! wink
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i love birds! i love birds! 24 August 2011
14
I really wish I was there. I just hate that our nation can bare for this horrible treatment of animals to happen! angry  furious
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Tarzi Tarzi 29 August 2011
15
I would of loved to go with Pegs happy
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Dawn1 Dawn1 3 September 2011
16
I wish I could have been there. I hate any form of animal cruelty.  It sounds as if the ralley went well though. FINALLY some good news. happy
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