These women will never be invited to the National Press Club

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7 Responses to These women will never be invited to the National Press Club

  1. Ivan Denisovich says:

    Have a guess why

    Hmmm. Let me check the NPC’s approved narratives and get back to you.

  2. Shy Ted says:

    SBS running high rotation ads telling us to “reimagine” life with a dominant first nations people. Bourke and many other places don’t need to.
    Metro hospitals employ multitudes of security staff to sit outside patient’ cubicles to stop them leaving (mental health and medical reasons). It costs a fortune. Most of the security staff do not have the “ticket” to actually restrain or even touch people should they try to leave. Paid to sit. Nice little earner for unions and others.

  3. Chris M says:

    ads telling us to “reimagine” life with a dominant first nations people

    That’s Australians future – broke and homeless scraping around eating grubs with the dominant ruling class group living just fine. Green utopia.

    The nurses should demand CCW and self defence lessons. But instead they are compliant – now used to the govt risking their lives with repeated fake vaccines that are more of a risk their lives than the drunk natives are.

  4. jupes says:

    From the link.

    In 2013, Bourke became the first town in Australia to trial an Indigenous-led justice reinvestment program known as Maranguka.

    The justice reinvestment approach is about spending money on programs to help youths avoid jail — rather than locking them up.

    By 2017, there was a significant drop in crime including a 38 per cent reduction in significant juvenile charges.

    But now in 2022, crime is a major problem once again.

    Sounds like the program is a roaring success. The ‘youths’ are avoiding jail.

    He said COVID was partially responsible for the recent uptick of violent crime and that frustration and disenfranchisement among young people had increased.

    LOL. Of course it is.

    Young people are carrying quite a big burden through generational intergenerational trauma — it doesn’t come from nowhere.”

    Intergenerational trauma. What utter bollocks. Probably the weakest excuse ever offered for what boils down to bad parenting. Let me guess. Fixing ‘intergenerational trauma’ will require handing over a few bags of cash to the local ‘elders’. Not that that will stop the violence of course.

  5. Adelagado says:

    I wonder who the troublemakers are. Jews? White supremacists? Outback anti-vaxers? Why won’t they tell us?

  6. jupes says:

    I wonder who the troublemakers are. Jews? White supremacists? Outback anti-vaxers? Why won’t they tell us?

    They’re not troublemakers. They’re victims. Intergenerational victims.

  7. Chris M says:

    Well they are in fact “Intergenerational victims” – of welfare.

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