Flag flying not for hoons
Courier Mail | January 30, 2009
THE Australian flag is a revered symbol of our nation and as such should be treated with the respect it deserves.
None of us should be ashamed to display proudly our most recognisable national symbol, but those loutish buffoons who drape themselves in the flag as an aggressive declaration of their Australianness do nothing but make fools of themselves and degrade the flag’s true meaning.
The Australian Flag symbolizes, murder, rape, stolen generation, genocide, invasion and a lot of other horrible things that your people did to
The Independent Weekly | September 25, 2009
The Aboriginal Legal Rights Movement has made what it calls a reluctant and embarrassing plea to the public to help fund legal services for indigenous South Australians.
… [A] page two advertisement, which “reluctantly and embarrassingly calls on the Australian community” to donate $750,000, coincides with the National Indigenous Legal Conference in Adelaide and a visit by Commonwealth Attorney-General Robert McClelland. [more …]
The following comment was rejected by the editors of the The Independent Weekly.
Let me see. Have White tax payers fund the legal expenses of
PORT Augusta is heading for an “explosion” of violence because local police are failing to control rampaging gangs of youths, former policeman and Aboriginal elder Aaron Stuart has warned.
“The policing service here is the worst in the world, it should be a service to the our community but the police here are gutless to do anything,” he said.
“What they do is send one carload to a house, start a fight, then send a text or ring their friends who are in two other cars around the corner and then they also join in,” he said.
“If nothing is …
Playing the race card is an idiomatic phrase that refers to the act of bringing the issue of race or racism into a debate, perhaps to obfuscate the matter. It is a metaphorical reference to card games in which a trump card may be used to gain an advantage. [Wikipedia]
To the banana sucking, smart and articulate, spear chucking beasts (please fill in your own stereotype here …) looking at this page and fuming because they feel that they have been mortally vilified by Whitey – again, try reading Stupid Black Men: How to Play …
Anglican leader, Reverend Peter Adam, in a lecture earlier tonight said all non-Aboriginal Australians should be prepared to leave the country if the indigenous people want that, making restitution for the vile sin of genocide. If they stayed, they would have to provide whatever recompense indigenous peoples thought appropriate. [more …]
As far as I’m concerned, if the Anglican Church along with Australia’s Indigenous Supremacist community funded mine and my family’s return to Scotland ASAP, it wouldn’t be soon enough for me.
They can also say “Sorry” for enticing my grandparents out here sixty years ago …
Western Adelaide Police are searching for a male Aboriginal youth, who twice indecently assaulted a 79-year-old woman. First as she was walking along Victoria Rd in Osborne and again on nearby Marmora Tce.
The suspect is described as being Aboriginal with a dark complexion. The victim believes the offender was aged about 17, is 170cm tall and of stocky build. He had dark, curly hair and “bushy” eyebrows.
The offender wore a purple-maroon tracksuit with the logo G Unit in white across the front and matching pants.
Anyone with any information should call BankSA Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.…
“Today we are announcing that the seasonal flu vaccine will be available free of charge to more than two million extra Australians, particularly pregnant women and indigenous Australians,” Federal Health Minister Nicola Roxon told Channel 9.
Previously, just under 3 million people aged 65 and over were entitled to free flu vaccine. Now that all Aboriginals and pregnant women are to receive free flu vaccine shots, this will bring the number up to about 4.5 million receiving the vaccine.
The theory behind the Federal Government’s proposal is that indigenous people – rich, poor or otherwise – are more important to …
221 years on we remain a land of bigots
Tory Shepherd, Health Reporter: The Advertiser | March 25, 2009
MORE than 200 years after Europeans arrived, Aboriginal people face discrimination in public places and institutions, Flinders University researchers have found.
And the distress racism causes affects Aboriginal health.
The authors of In Our Own Backyard said it appeared racism was alive and well, with more than nine in ten Aboriginal people experiencing bias, abuse and violence, and two thirds experiencing it often.
They also found twice as many Aboriginal people were teetotallers, compared to non-Aborigines, while three times as …