Reclaim Australia Movement Demands Shark-Cull After Fanning Incident

Reclaim Australia Movement Demands Shark-Cull After Fanning Incident
Mick Fanning's near-miss in J-Bay overnight.
Mick Fanning’s near-miss in J-Bay overnight.

July 20, 2015. 10:10

CLANCY OVERELL | Editor | Contact

SHOCKING footage of Mick Fanning fending off a great white shark in Jeffreys Bay, South Africa, has made waves around the world.

The Australian cultural activist movement, Reclaim Australia, has made an official statement this morning surrounding the incident. The movement has stated, that current increase in shark attacks on Australian beaches is something they have also been keeping a close eye on.

“Blame it on it whatever, global warming, over-fishing, failed attempts at multi-culturalism… the same thing is happening here”

“The fact is there has been thousands of sightings of sharks and hundreds of shark attacks in the same decade that we have seen a rampant rise in domestic terrorism,” said Reclaim Australia spokesman, Councillor Keith Carton

members of the Reclaim Australia movement take to the streets this morning to protest the life-threatening increase in sharks
members of the Reclaim Australia movement take to the streets this morning to protest the life-threatening increase in sharks

“After seeing that footage of Mick Fanning in South Africa, we realise, like that country… Australia’s attempts at integration have failed and in turn we are sitting ducks for terrorists and sharks,”

“The Greeks have been scouring our waterways since they came off the boat. Don’t get me started on the Chinese,”

The movement, which made controversial headlines over the weekend says their movement advocates the safety of Australian culture and Australians from all kinds of domestic and foreign threats, not just Islam-specific threats.

“Sure this stuff is happening in South Africa, some might say it’s not a concern here…”

“…But it will be here soon enough,  mark my words. Who would have ever thought surfing competitions would have to be called off because of shark attacks,”

“This is just like the terrorists. You let “friendly” communities of sharks breed in our waters, next thing you know BOOM!.. It’ll be a Martin Place siege… in Bondi… with sharks”

Australian surfer, Mick Fanning said he’d be happy to never compete again after he incredibly emerged unscathed following the close encounter, which was broadcast live.

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