In 2016, the bunny problem took on unprecedented proportions in Austriala. The imported animals had resisted all efforts to get rid of them, and where undermining the rabbit fence faster than it could be built. Thinking he might as well hit two targets with one strike, PM Tony Abott decided to remove all regulations or fines for companies that polluted the environment or had high CO2 emissions.
The move was condemned by the UN as well as neighbouring nations, but Abott asured australian citizens that it would boost the economy, and finally get rid of the rabbits. "We will get rid of those rodents, if its the last thing we do!", he said in a speech.
Political commentators have praised Abott for his long-term vision and his honesty. "Indeed", one of them said, "it will very probably be the last thing we do."