Smartfibre Bought By Reliance Forest Fibre Based In The Cayman Islands

As observers of the Tasmanian woodchip industry for nearly 2 decades, we noticed how easily woodchip companies avoid scrutiny by operating under multiple names and how they transfer FSC certificates to new owners. The Bell Bay Smartfibre operation is another example. Smartfibre was wholly-owned by NSFP but was transfered to Global Forest Partners in March 2018. As usual, it was kept a secret by Global-Mark the Sydney-based auditor of Smartfibre's FSC 'controlled wood' and 'chain of custody'. Obviously Global-Mark are warehousing the FSC controlled wood certificate during the changeover. We saw the same thing with Gunns and Forico.

'Reliance' lease 29,000 hectares of publicly-owned plantations in dodgy deal. 

Check-out Reliance's 'notification' vis Smartfibre's FSC certifier Global-Mark?

STT chair Rob De Fegeley (ex-Liberal candidate for Eden-Monaro) has been pulling some strings with his extensive contacts in the logging industry. It's possible this is a backdoor attempt to get FSC controlled wood certification for STT (Forestry Tasmania). After-all who has seen the 99 year lease contract allowing US-owned Reliance to operate on public land? Nobody.

The situation is that 2 large offshore funds (Forico and Reliance) now control the entire Tasmanian plantation sector with a single FSC auditor. Whats worse is they only have a one market - the Asian Population Catastrophe'.

The take-home message is that 'catastrophic climatechange' is actually 'catastrophic overpopulation'. In Tasmania, we see Chinese agents masquerading as fundamentalist Liberals. Guy Barnett and Eric Abetz are good examples of fake Liberals working against the Australian National Interest.