- Posted September 7, 2013 by
British and Australian Governments Pursue Cover Up
It is argued that adoption of this proposal around the world would create more employment, reduce the effects of rising ocean levels and reduce shark attacks. Local tourist organisations have enthusiastically endorsed the proposal and the Islamic Department for Segregated Leisure Activities has already enforced the wearing of this new range of swimwear at all of its beaches.
The saturation effect of wool is believed to be the main benefit to the eco-friendly organisations attempting to reduce the effect of rising ocean levels and many island governments are expected to endorse the proposals when they are presented to the United Nations Assembly next month. Some large countries, such as Bangladesh, who suffer from regular flooding, are also expected to put their weight behind the proposals.
It appears that Australia is hoping to revive sheep farming as a major industry, particularly in Queensland and the Northern Territories, replacing the dwindling mining industry. Britain is hoping to re-open many of its old wool mills in the north of the country.
The Governor of California is expected to make a statement next week regarding the partial introduction of legislation affecting all of California’s state beaches.