14th Aug 2017

Dick Smith to launch $1m anti-immigration ad campaign

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Dick Smith tackles immigration
Ben Hocking

Outspoken entrepreneur Dick Smith is launching a $1 million advertising blitz on the ‘hazards’ of overpopulation and calls for an increase to company tax.

The controversial ad will feature the voice artist behind the 1980s ‘Grim Reaper’ ads warning Australians about AIDS. It will call on the Government to more than halve immigration numbers, and raise company tax to 45 per cent from the current 30 per cent.

“It’s a frightening ad that shows what’s going to happen if we have endless population growth – it’s going to destroy Australia as we know it today,” Mr Smith told ABC radio on Monday.

“Every single Australian family has a population plan – they don’t have 20 children, they have the number of children they can give a good life to," he said.



“But our politicians have no equivalent for the country.”

Mr Smith denied his new ad campaign was racist, declaring that his major concerns were overpopulation.

“It’s nothing to do with racism,” he said.

“The arrivals that are coming in are basically wealthy. I’ve got friends that are coming in from South Africa, UK, from China; they’ve come in with a lot of money.

“They buy a house instantly – that basically will mean our children and grandchildren won’t have jobs.”

Mr Smith supported Pauline Hanson at the last Federal Election and said he wants to see the immigration intake reduced to 70,000 per year.

The former Australian of the Year is also keen to see the wealthiest one per cent pay more tax, calling for an increase in the company tax rate to 45 per cent.

“The trickle-down effect is a complete lie, the wealthy become wealthier the poor poorer," Mr Smith said.

What do you think? Should Australia cut its immigration intake or is our diversity our strength? Should the company tax rate be higher? Is Dick Smith angling to be Australia’s Donald Trump?

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Maggie
15th Aug 2017
10:52am
Yes, of course overpopulation is the world's no 1 problem. With less people we would have less pollution of every kind and hence a cleaner environment, less health problems to deal with and so on.

BUT does that mean in the meantime that we condemn the poor wretches whose countries have been destroyed to lives of misery, and possibly even death, because we are so selfish and self-seeking that we are going to turn a blind eye to their desperation?
David
15th Aug 2017
11:57am
I agree with you Maggie.
We are hosting an Afghani refugee at the moment. He is incredibly polite and hard working....a standard that many here couldn’t meet.
Dim
15th Aug 2017
2:25pm
Any caring person would agree with your sentiments, the problem with basing your decision on emotional circumstances is that in an effort to help as many people as possible we can come unstuck very quickly, to the extent that we end up not being able to help anyone. Whatever we do needs to be sustainable, allowing too many migrants into the country that are unable to contribute fairly quickly will put too much of a burden on the rest of society, we must keep our help manageable for the benefit of all, now and in the future.
Rainey
16th Aug 2017
12:37am
Dim is right, Maggie. Of course we all care about the desperate and down-trodden, but do we want to become them? A father who puts his own family at risk to help needy strangers is irresponsible and negligent. A government that puts our people at risk to help others is similarly irresponsible. We must care for our own first and foremost, otherwise we will not only lack the resources to care for others, but we may find that we are the ones most in need of care.
Frank
16th Aug 2017
4:03pm
Maggie on the surface your sentiments appear to be kind and with good intention. In Australia the foreign population is around 29% or about 7,000,000 already. Compared to Japan's 1.75% of population.
So by your own measure Australia is much less " so selfish and self-seeking " than Japan. I have never seen Japan in those terms, but there you have it?
Rainey
16th Aug 2017
11:44pm
Japan has always sensibly protected its culture and way of life and heavily restricted immigration and foreign ownership. Australia was condemned for its ''White Australia policy'', but the policy was never intended to be overtly racist. It was designed to protect our culture and way of life, and we should have retained sensible protection - maybe in a different form, but effective in ensuring continued prosperity and security for those who were born here or who had already migrated and integrated.

No nation should be condemned for protecting its citizens, and no nation should be forced to put its culture and way of life at risk to help nations that failed that mantra. We all sympathize with the disenfranchised, but our first priority should be to ensure we don't become them. Also, we must keep in mind that migration is costly. How many GENUINE refugees can actually escape and come to Australia? I know that many who claim refugee status are actually very wealthy and accomplished at deceit. It's interesting that when our government paid thousands in compensation to some ''refugees'', they chose to take the money and go back to the nation they supposedly fled from - the place in which they claimed their lives were in constant danger and life was intolerable????
dontwantwun
15th Aug 2017
10:54am
It is time this ridiculous philosophy, beloved by all but one political party, of infinite population growth at all costs is dumped.
The last thing Australia and this planet needs is MORE PEOPLE.
Go Dick. Good luck.
bebby
15th Aug 2017
3:43pm
I agree. Life in Australia is becoming like a third world country, enough is enough.
motaleon
15th Aug 2017
9:47pm
With you all the way 'dontwantwun. This multicultural business can bring us a lot of trouble. During WW2 there were many German and Italian settlers who were good citizens. but had to be interned as enemy aliens. If we get involved in an international stoush. just think of the fifth column that would already be here. What an internment problem we would have! - and no one would know the extent of their sympathisers. Much is said of wonderful contributions made by newcomers to these shores - I think they have been over-rated - and nothing is said of some of the disgusting aspects that come with them.
There are so many of them admitted that the pressure on housing denies our own children the possibility of owning a house. Enough is enough
Old Man
15th Aug 2017
11:02am
Dick Smith seems to be suffering Relevance Deprivation Syndrome. He pops up in the media like an unwanted pimple on a regular basis with a different gripe each time. The hypocrisy of this man is breathtaking. He stuck up for what was then known as global warming and asked us to save the planet whilst at the same time boasted about flying his children to Macca's at Wyong in his helicopter. I'm over him.
MICK
15th Aug 2017
11:37am
An "unwanted pimple"? Really?
You are stuck in some sort of time warp OM and I suspect you need to start doing some research into the coal industry, climate change and growing world population which are all poisoning the world we all live in.
Even average people are starting to understand the above so I am not sure why you are coming down on Dick for speaking up. Dick may be an unwanted messenger but he has the contacts and ability to put his message out there even though business interests who are driving the population debate try their best to isolate him and shut him down.

Go Dick. Wish we had more Australians like you!
john
15th Aug 2017
12:01pm
Old Man
Sorry my friend you are very wrong.
Old Man
15th Aug 2017
12:14pm
If you go back on Dick Smith's various campaigns MICK, all you will discover is a lot of media bluster and blow setting out what he dislikes and what he wants. There is no plan of action and no follow up to confirm that he has achieved any worthwhile result. Now that I think about it, Dick Smith has all the attributes of a good politician, all talk, very little action.
MICK
15th Aug 2017
1:38pm
A bit unfair OM. Should we go back on the lying government's promises? Ouch.
I have always admired Smith because he genuinely cares about the country and is prepared to put his money where his mouth is. The current debate carries on from his previous documentary and HE IS RIGHT. The world, not just Australia, has a growing problem with economists, politicians and the rich pushing for more and more people...which the planet has no need of.
How many people are enough OM? I'd be thinking we are already well over that number as some people are talking 100 billion being ok. What kind of planet do you want to leave for future generations?
McGroger
15th Aug 2017
1:53pm
Old Man, although I don’t always agree with your sentiments I often like what you write and the way you write it, but today you’re having a shocker.

Just read the Wikipedia article on Dick Smith for a bit of background. “… all talk, very little action.” I don’t know how one man could have done so many things! And, while he can be a love-him-or-hate-him type of person, everything he does and has done seems to be motivated by his vision of what a future-Australia should be.
water greg
15th Aug 2017
11:14am
It is not our fault there are overcrowded and poor countries, Their citizen elected leaders that put their country in that position and their own parents lack of control that caused over population. Good on you dick
MICK
15th Aug 2017
11:38am
And they come here to exploit our social security system whilst not wanting to fix a system in their homelands they permitted to happen.
trood
15th Aug 2017
11:18am
Go Dick, first to be cut is the bloody muslims
Ashacairns
15th Aug 2017
11:25am
Actually I csn think of a few Poms, Kiwis and Yanks I'd rather like to send back - and I'm a sixth generation Aussie.
Ashacairns
15th Aug 2017
11:25am
Actually I csn think of a few Poms, Kiwis and Yanks I'd rather like to send back - and I'm a sixth generation Aussie.
David
15th Aug 2017
12:01pm
Do you know any Muslims trood?
I think if you get to know them, you'll find that they are mostly kind and good people, just like people from other races or religions.
I am friends with a number of Muslims.
We are hosting an Afghani refugee at the moment. He is incredibly polite and hard working....a standard that many here couldn’t meet.
George
15th Aug 2017
4:48pm
I have no issue with muslims as I too have known a few good ones, but the majority don't fit here as their culture is rigid and different. So, I have to agree with trood on this one (without using the adjective), and suggest stop all migration / accepting refugees from Muslim and African countries.

Although, David, you are doing a good thing, what happens if the son of the refugee grows up, can't get a job due to widespread discrimination (not always overt) as he looks different / is perceived to be different, and then one day gets sick of this country and is recruited to become a terrorist?
Rainey
16th Aug 2017
11:53pm
Yes, David, I know some lovely kind, good Muslims. But their culture does not blend with ours. They do not belong here. Multiculturalism doesn't work in practice. The comments here prove that! Sensible people love to experience other cultures by travelling to where those cultures prevail or by getting to know visitors to our country - NOT by putting our culture and way of life at risk by allowing excessive immigration of people whose values, culture and way of life is very different and who, sadly, too often have no desire to assimilate.
The statistics reveal high birth rates among Muslims in Australia, refusal to accept that polygamy is unlawful, and high levels of welfare dependency. We have also seen outrageous declarations by Muslims rejecting core Australian values and traditions and demands that we abandon our own heritage. The fact that there are good Muslims doesn't make it okay to risk allowing more undesirables into the country, and sadly it's impossible to determine which are good and which present a danger to our security and way of life. Common sense says we should restrict immigration, and common sense says we should ensure those we do allow in are those who want to assimilate and contribute - those who are keen to retain what is good in Australia and work with us to make it better.
MICK
15th Aug 2017
11:31am
Dick was ignored when he aired a documentary about world population a while ago with the media refusing to take it up and run with it.
The reality is that population is by far the biggest threat to humanity on all fronts: greenhouse gases, food & water needs and pushing other species into extinction with the rhetoric about economic growth and the divine right of the human species to exist over all other species.
With respect to Australia we really do not need more and more people. We are already struggling to finance the huge increase in infrastructure at enormous cost to the country and us all.
Australia does not have limitless water supplies, our topsoils are very thin on and successive governments have been selling off our agricultural land to foreign government for two decades now. The media also never takes up these issues preferring to peddle the line that we will be a prosperous nation with more people. We won't be and people need to start joining the dots rather than believing the BS sold to us by the big end of town wanting a bigger market for itself whilst being quite happy to sell out the nation.
john
15th Aug 2017
12:09pm
Mick, fantastic comment mate. And absolutely true, we live on the fringes of mainly desert, we look big, we aren't. If the North West of this continent needs developing Australians should be doing it, because right now a new era is coming and we cannot sustain over load of immigration, because we can't get jobs for all Australians and they can't buy houses to live in , we can't even look after mentally ill street people , yet we bring in more and more , and these people have nothing to give in the main if they are refugees, and they may be worse than refugees. Terrorists too. There is so many things going wrong, the world needs to take a good look and start settling or extinction is well on the way . Or maybe already here.
Lions and Hyenas don't mix , even Lions and Leopards don't mix ,they kill each other in their normal habitat. To the lefties history shows that being too giving leaves you with nothing. Cruel but fact. .
Jtee
15th Aug 2017
12:16pm
Totally agree and couldn't have said it better.. The rapidly increasing human population is a plague upon the finite resources of this earth. In the case of Australia, one only has to travel inland to understand how little we actually have.

Go Dick Smith! Put the issue out there and try to make others understand what is obvious to those Australians who have travelled out of the cities.
MICK
15th Aug 2017
1:43pm
I remember when I was a lad at school and the biology teacher talked about a man called Malthus. Malthus hypothesised that animal populations would keep increasing until they either ate themselves out of existence (rabbit and mice plagues come to mind) or were decimated by illness and/or natural disasters.

I was brought up believe the human race was an intelligent species but watching what is happening in the world leads me to conclude that Malthus was correct.
FrankC
15th Aug 2017
2:39pm
I don't, know how many of you watched the 4 Corners edition "Trashed". It was incredible that this sort of thing is allowed, and appears to fall under the heading, :Corruption. It is as though it is run by a sort of Mafia organisation. One person interviewed said he wasn't prepared to give names that were involved because he feared for his life !! With an ever increasing population, large areas of land will end up as a 'tip' for all the extra rubbish that will accrue , and this country will go ever further to the dogs. Go to : abc.org.au, > iview > 4 corners > "Trashed".
Rosret
15th Aug 2017
6:02pm
Agreed MICK. He is quite correct. We have reduced our number of children per household and delayed having a family as education has made us very aware that the planet does have a limit - especially Australia.
I am not sure if its not too late. People talk about the Middle Eastern influence and indeed they are not curtailing human reproduction.
In ten years petroleum cars will be replaced by electric cars and our focus will shift away from that part of the world.
However our quieter Asian influence will no doubt dominate the Australian landscape in 20 years from now.
They could have taken us by force but they chose to economically acquire Australia. Luckily they are intelligent, cohesive and very happy to share our cultural celebrations.
john
15th Aug 2017
12:00pm
Yes well done Dick Smith. Immigration fine , how many and who, is the question?.
Multi culturalism does not work under most circumstances and certain cultures, who can't mix, and never will.
Immigration has been a foundation of this country as the majority who have come here over decades and decades have become what we call Australian.
Now the world is different we are not just getting a few Afghanistan people from the 19th century, we are getting over loaded with people who are so different that our unique Australian way will slowly disappear .
Its culture not race. Its different ways of looking at things from what Australians do. Its a cultural demise that this small population country, that every one in the world wants to come to, will disappear, it'll become a life raft of the crap we see around the world where people from the middle east from the far east , from Africa, who move into Europe and other parts of the western world where their culture simply doesn't fit , and they are asked to assimilate, well it doesn't happen. I heard someone talking on a TV news show can't remember whether it was Q&A or Sky , someone says we need the numbers or our economy dies, well screw the economy , what about our way of life, if that's how people who think about nothing but being wealthy think then "let em in pal", by the hundreds of thousands . Then enjoy your money while our Australian way is eaten up .
It doesn't work.
Multiculturalism is a manufactured manipulation of populations, a mishandling unlike anything this world has seen. Of course we should trade with our over seas partners , they don't need to live in the same house though .
But they DO NEED TO , stop killing and waring inside their own nations, colonisation created lots of problems, so these countries now want their identity back, fair enough let them have it.
Its past history now. Let them solve their own garbage inside their borders.
I am not, nor do I feel responsible for refugees, because of decisions politicians make, or because some people in one country can't do anything but follow blind religion or go on tribal warpaths' . Damn them. I don't want them here.

Well done Japan at least most of your nation is what your nation is! Japanese.
Seadove
16th Aug 2017
10:27am
I whole heartedly agree with you John. So many of your comments reflect what I think. The only people you hear sprook the success of multiculturalism are the politicians. No one I know ever comments that way, it's more the opposite. I have been to Africa and know only too well that certain tribes of people do not and cannot get on with other tribes so why do we think bringing them together in our country things will be different? The Syrian war while atrocious leaves me questioning the back bone of the men that live there. I'm pretty sure that if Australia were in the same situation, our ozzie guys would not pack up and run but stay and fight for our rights even at the peril of death. The most controversial part about bringing all these people in is the cost. They put them up in houses that are bigger and better than mine then pay for them to live on social security. Just imagine if all the money spent on refugees was channelled to bringing the aboriginals out of poverty and improve that situation how much better we would be as a country. How do refugees get priority over our own?? I am not a racist but I do like my country the way it was when I was growing up and it is fast becoming nothing like it was. I have been to Muslim countries and will be going again to Iran in a couple of weeks and it is a culturally wonderful experience but that's because it is in their countries. It's not quite the same when they are living in the same street or take over suburbs in Sydney. China knew too many people were a problem for that country that's why they introduced the one child policy. It may have skewed things for a couple of generations but at least they are still hanging in there. Close our borders to all immigration until we as a country solve our own problems and become a more egalitarian society if that is at all possible. Agree with comment on Japan, was there earlier this year and it was so refreshing to just see Japanese people in the places we went to. Great comment John and go Dick Smith is all I can say.
Blossom
15th Aug 2017
12:34pm
I know of one abbatoir very close to a country town in SA that when it was new advertised for workers in SA newspapers and later on radio actually appealed for workers. As they could get enough workers they brought some from overseas visas. One of the conditions was they had to go to school at night and learn to speak English. The company picked up the employees in the town in a bus and took them home after work. The company helped them find rental accomodation. When that factory was extensively damaged they took all the employees to another of their abbatoirs by bus 3/4 hour drive away. They were still employed that way. The company paid good wages too all its employees, the same amount to Australians and those from overseas. I realise some people can't cope with abbatoir work. but some when they were apporached said they weren't doing dirty work like that, they would rather stay on the dole.......Mind you, large families with young children get higher benefits than they can earn.
Rae
15th Aug 2017
3:33pm
Yes indeed Blossom. The fastest way to destroy welfare is to cut taxes and build up welfare numbers until revenue totally collapses.

People are living in a fantasy if they think the future will be like the past after all the policy changes, trade agreements and privatisations of the past 20 years.
Blossom
15th Aug 2017
12:41pm
One issue in Australia is a chronic shortage of water.
Those who had orchards weren't allowed to use enough water to keep their trees or vines with berries on them damp enough for them to grow more or produce fruit that was edible. Fruit that is dry and shrivelled is not edible nor is it suitable for processing for juice. All it was suitable for was to plough into the soil as nourishment in the soil. No crops=no income. banks forclose on homes and other assets, people have very little money for basic essentials of food. Some have got so depressed them have committed suicide.
Rae
16th Aug 2017
7:46am
Yes Blosson. City people believe the water always comes out of a tap. The misuse and destruction of the Australian family farm from 1980 onwards is a story not being told by our media.

Only when food prices gallop away will most Australians start questioning and it is already far too late.
casper dude
15th Aug 2017
1:20pm
Dick Smith is someone that I once had the greatest respect for. Now I learn that he supported Pauline Hanson and her equally nutcase hangers on back in 2016, and it looks like he still does. Sinking that low to support your cause is just desperation, Dick.

I am very disappointed and you have completely lost me Dick. Have a good life.
MICK
15th Aug 2017
1:44pm
If you have a rational mind you will see that Dick Smith is spot on the money. What is it you find offensive? The facts?
kika
15th Aug 2017
1:56pm
australia's rate of population growth is MORE THAN TWICE the OECD average. that's the Organisaton for Economic Coopertation – ie all the rich countries.

here are some current figures on aussie high population....

“Australia’s annual population growth rate of 1.6 per cent was alarmingly high, according to Sustainable Population Australia (SPA).

Figures released on Tuesday by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) for the year ending December 2016 showed Australia’s population had increased by 372,800 to 24,385,600 people over the previous year. Net Overseas Migration (NOM) made up 209,000, or 56 per cent, of the total growth, and natural increase the rest.

SPA national president Dr James Ward says our population growth rate is more than twice the OECD average, and third only to Israel and Luxembourg.
http://population.org.au/australian-population-growth-rate-alarmingly-high
AutumnOz
15th Aug 2017
4:06pm
Australia is sustainable for 18 million people only. It always has been in the past and nothing has changed to raise the numbers this country can support without importing a lot of extra food.

Continuing to bring in more and more people when we are already almost 7 million over the limit is not only stupid it is criminal as it only needs some conflict which stops the importation of food to feed the millions of people we already have.

It is time to think about the well being of people already living in this country not encouraging more and more immigrants we cannot grow food for or supply water or them to drink.
inextratime
15th Aug 2017
1:58pm
One of the problems associated with rapid immigration is that our infrastructure has not kept up with it. Our roads are over crowded adding to the pollution problems, the trains are like sardine tins in peak hour and we do not have enough houses hence the phenomenal increase in rents and prices via supply and demand. Can anyone say that this is good for our health and well being ? Cities sprawl then build upwards. Road building takes over and the public transport system cannot cope. People cannot move out because we centralise our work places. Its a disaster and Dick is only saying what many people already know. Time for the pollies to start listening.
floss
15th Aug 2017
2:03pm
Dick Smith should be Australian of the year every year . I wish I had achieved in my life time as much as this man has.We have water problems in our main river systems and our farming land is being flogged just to support the population we have now . At the present intake of people it is just to many. We do live in the driest continent on earth a wake up call to all our so called leaders. The greedy few love having a population increase more customers, more money.
floss
15th Aug 2017
2:16pm
Most Australians understand the overpopulation problem why can't our stupid politicians understand.I would believe Dick Smith before I would believe the morons trying to ruin our once great country. Mick you are so right on this one perhaps you should point out the problem to the Old Man, that would be a challenge.
AutumnOz
15th Aug 2017
4:10pm
Agreed floss, our politicians only seem to believe what they think they see not what is actually there in front of them.

We cannot keep up this ridiculous immigration intake without telling the immigrants the country cannot support them with either food or water as we already have too many mouths to feed now.
floss
15th Aug 2017
2:20pm
Should company tax be reduced, how do you pay less then zero.
Florgan
15th Aug 2017
2:32pm
Well done Dick Smith, yet again.
Slow immigration right down and how about sending the message to the educated people of this country that we are certainly overpopulating the planet, have less children please !
Gee Whiz
15th Aug 2017
2:54pm
On ya Dick.

Please run for parliament. You are about the only high profile person the country has got that shows many common sense.

Start a political party. I'm pretty sure you would romp home.
George
15th Aug 2017
4:41pm
I agree, Gee Whiz. Not sure why he doesn't run, or at least find someone he can join up with to form a new force in politics - we badly need one!

About taxation, I would prefer if he had proposed a Minimum Tax of say 30% on Gross Income - as floss noted before, some pay zero anyway.
Rainey
16th Aug 2017
11:57pm
I agree. Wish he would go for it. He would do a far better job than any of our current politicians. At least he has common sense and is not totally self-interested like the current mob.
Rae
15th Aug 2017
3:24pm
Yes I believe the population growth is unsustainable at 200 000 to 300 000 thousand rich highly skilled arrivals every year. Add to that the 800 000 visa workers and the foreign workforces coming in under Robb recently signed agreements and our grandkids will be very badly disadvantaged.
JOHN T
15th Aug 2017
5:09pm
if we do not look after our families we will all perish and the goody two shoes with them also be aware that many of them turn on us after a short time and it does not hurt to be more selective
floss
15th Aug 2017
6:30pm
John your 12pm comment said it so well you know your subject and understand like Dick Smith just what is going on in Australia , it is all a little late but it must be stopped right now it should be a election policy for at least one party to give us a say. It is the most important subject of this decade for Australia .
Oldman Roo
15th Aug 2017
9:34pm
I very much agree with Dick Smith and congratulate him for speaking the truth . Australia could be one of the most successful countries if we could get more sincere and wise men like him into Government .
Rainey
16th Aug 2017
12:41am
Good to see he acknowledges the failure of trickle-down and the need to RAISE - not lower - company taxes. Pity the selfish power-hungry LNP politicians don't pay attention.
Elinka
16th Aug 2017
1:21pm
I personally in 100% agree with Mr Dick Smith advertising blitz. He is right what he is saying. I know there are so many people who would like to come to Australia but America is more wealthy country and is causing all the problems around the world so it can takes more migrants too.
Boomah52
16th Aug 2017
2:48pm
Two major religions, one in particular, are having a race to take over the world by numbers. Many, put their children in front of them for sympathy and in places like Australia once they are here actually provide an environment to have more. Laughable really, but I wont be around in a hundred years or so when Australia is most likely to be divided like India and Pakistan were 70 years ago - I mean we all get on so well here... All the while the clever people are developing robots to replace jobs - what are all these people going to do?
Frank
20th Aug 2017
8:21am
Dick is wrong about hiking up the company tax rate by 50%. Our domestic market is too small to attract foreign investment already, so that would be a major disincentive. It would benefit retirees and low income investors though, as the tax office would payout franking credits in larger amounts.
Gardengirl
20th Aug 2017
10:55am
Good on Dick - he has the guts to come out with what he believes. This mass migration is just nonsense - shouldn't everyone be doing whatever to improve their own countries instead of turning tail. I disagree with the number of professionals who we are bringing out, also. Shouldn't they, with the benefit of their position and learning, be helping their own kind? Nobody in India must need a Doctor!


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