Gina Reinhart buys Uluru, thinks it’s one giant piece of coal

by gournalist

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Mining heiress Gina Rinehart has secured the purchase of one of Australia’s well-known landmarks, Uluru (also known as Ayers Rock).

In a bid to ‘mine the hell’ out of Australia and eventually the rest of the word, Reinhart believes that Uluru is one giant piece of coal that is worth up to US$400 billion dollars if mined.

Even though several politicians, geologists, whack-conspiracy-theorists, and local Aboriginal elders have told Reinhart specifically that it it’s just a sandstone rock that she can’t mine, she still has continued with the project

Reinhart has ignored all of these claims and has told everyone that they’re wrong and are out to ruin her chances of becoming the richest person to have ever lived, ever.

“It’s a shame it has to go,” Reinhart said. “But the world is in need of more coal and this big rock is just sitting around doing nothing.”

Reinhart is also planning to go over to Egypt in the next ten years to purchase the Pyramids of Giza as she believes that they can be mined and sold off to make her even more money.

*Image courtesy of Tony McDonough / abc.net.au

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