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10 years ago legendary deep green ecologist, John Seed made a film, “On The Brink”  in the run-up to the NSW state elections starring 4 endangered species.  Olivia Newton-John was  the voice of Koala, Jack Thompson was the voice of Tiger Quoll, it was presented by David Attenborough, David Suzuki and David Bellamy (The “three wise Davids”).


It was screened to 80,000 people in 100 towns and cities around NSW in the 3 months leading up to the elections, at the end of each screening there were 4 card tables at the back of the hall with letter writing materials and people wrote to the state premier, Bob Carr.


Two weeks before the elections Carr announced that, if re-elected the ALP would protect the 67,000Ha of old growth habitat we’d identified as crucial for the survival of these species and within a month he had done so.


Fast forward to 2023 and logging of koala habitat at the Ourimbah State Forest has commenced...again. 

We begin a new film to explore the issues around why this is happening now and what it means for the koalas.

We ask the hard questions.  As we fight for the koalas are we inadvertently erasing ourselves by complying with agendas being introduced by the World Wildlife Fund under the direction of 'King Charles' and his band of merry men; his Globalist accomplices who are in the midst of a worldwide takeover under a corrupted climate narrative.  Could humans be the carbon they wish to reduce?


A tale of endangered species featuring David Attenborough, David Suzuki, David Bellamy, Jack Thompson, Olivia Newton John, Koala, Owl, Quoll & Glider. For the young at heart.

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