Land 4 Sale?

We have beautiful and large pieces of desert available ideally suited for all your industrial and mining needs. Right in the Dorob National Park in the Namib Desert. Especially foreign investors are welcome. CHEAP and easily accessible by road or sea. Please contact us with your specific requirements and we will be happy to assist you. NO – ONLY JOKING! We would be happy to give you information on the damage mining and industrial development can cause to the environment and why you should rather invest in a sustainable and alternative source of income for yourself. Alternatively we would like to challenge you to think up a really clever idea to absolutely minimize the impact which mining or your proposed industrial development has on the environment, on the health of the people and on a fair wealth distribution for all.

We are serious about the the future and well-being of ALL our planets’ citizens and their children.



4 Responses to “Land 4 Sale?”

  1. Shaun January 18, 2013 at 7:36 am #

    For reasons like this. nobody will EVER take you serious.

    • dorob4sale January 18, 2013 at 8:23 am #

      Dear Shaun,
      (Since you have made a pretty similar comment on two pages, we hope you do not mind us repeating some parts of our answer here again)
      Thank you for taking the initiative serious enough to check out the website and also comment on it πŸ™‚
      We think that is great!

      While we do not need anybody to take us or the initiative serious, we hope it will get people to think, ask questions and discuss these matters. And hopefully to start taking our environment and what we are doing with/to it serious.

      We would be excited if you would care to explain which reasons you actually mean? Do you mind elaborating and sharing your insights and knowledge with us?

      Thank you!

  2. Peter February 7, 2013 at 12:39 pm #

    Dont you have a real jod , just wondering, we all get fined if we step out off a track but you are allowed to put up rediculis sighn boards

    • Dorob(NOT)4Sale February 7, 2013 at 2:17 pm #

      Dear Peter,
      Thank you for noticing the signs and your visit to our site. Although we are not quite sure what you are really trying to get at with your comment, we will try to answer.

      Thank you for your concern: Yes, we do have real jobs (if that is what you are referring to) and we hope you have one too? Having β€˜real’ jobs does not prevent us to use our free time and resources in a pro-active manner, to raise awareness about the threats to our environment on which we all are dependent.
      We also do not see anything wrong with the fact that if somebody does not adhere to the rules and regulations of the Dorob National Park, he or she will have to accept the consequences and pay the relevant fines. These rules, after all, have been created to protect the environment, which we hope you enjoy and care for as much as we do. 
      We wish you a happy day!

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