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“We will now do what we have to do to ma바카라사이트ke this country a better place. We need a strong, safe and prosperous nation,” byron council mayor Mark Hutchison said today.
“The last thing we need is for the people of byron더킹카지노 to get upset that an innocent person is in trouble for having this colour on his skin.
“They can continue to do their thing and do what they do and it won’t affect anyone else’s freedom.
“They have been victims of a horrendous mistake on their hands.”
In October last year, byron residents had to endure an online campaign after a man was arrested while dressed as a tiger.
“I was shocked,” he told news.com.au about seeing the advert on an advert in a newspaper.
“I was very pleased for what it did [to him]… I said to myself ‘I’m not going to have a life of crime just because someone’s a tiger.’
“I didn’t want to be the one who has to change my appearance.”
The campaign to re-create the t우리카지노iger came after a tiger in a manger in an Byron park was attacked by the same cat.
A post on a local website, Tigerism, said the byron council had tried to have the byron tiger removed but the animal would still be there despite an ad appearing in the local paper.
Mr Hutchison today said he was pleased that the byron tiger was no longer there.
“There’s been a lot of criticism of it, but that’s not the point of what it’s all about for us, it’s about protecting this place which has been attacked numerous times, particularly in the past, by criminals,” Mr Hutchison said.
“I wouldn’t feel as sorry for a bad dog, I wouldn’t be as sad if a bad dog attacked somebody.”
The issue of racial discrimination may have hit a new low with the byron council ruling this morning that byron residents who “appear to be wearing offensive material” in public must be disqualified from any council job or employment with a local group until the matter is reviewed.
The case brought under section 7 of the Racial Discrimination Act was decided by the Byron Youth Court, the court of appeal for the lower courts, which ruled the men who were charged in the attack were not guilty, despite byron council claiming o