You could read hundreds of words on the Alice Springs crisis

Or you could save yourself a lot of time and see this morning’s Leak instead. Pass it on.
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30 Responses to You could read hundreds of words on the Alice Springs crisis

  1. Mak Siccar says:

    Leak is just getting better and better.

  2. Not Trampis says:

    Actually if you used the voice this would have been cleared up a long time ago.

    No self awareness

  3. Buccaneer says:

    Leak nails it.

  4. Boambee John says:

    Non Mentis

    How would it have been cleared up? Note that the town camp “leaders” have opposed alcohol restrictions.

    Not only do you lack self-awareness, you lack any awareness at all.

  5. Twostix says:

    Comments that aged as vadly as raw chicken left in the sun. Two days ago trampis said the PM and Commonwealth has absolutely no authority in the Alice problem.

    Two days later the PM flies into Alice and unilaterally declares abos can’t buy grog anymore.

    Just dying here.

  6. Twostix says:

    Trampis doesn’t know the basics of Australia and how this place runs, but definitely knows all about the “voice” and its implications.

    “Sign that eternal blank check, trust us, we smart unlike you dumb dumbs”

  7. Texas Jack says:

    I notice I’ve started to come to this site more and more frequently (hats off to you for staying the course btw, LC).

    The perspectives are unreal, don’t get me wrong, but for sheer comedy gold I just have to have my daily fill of this clown. It’s like a peek-hole into the Carlton or Fitzsimmons rant-room, often after it’s five o’clock somewhere! Honestly, it can’t be beaten.

    Please keep up the good work NT. Your valuable service to keeping us smiling as appreciated.

  8. struth says:

    Actually if you used the voice this would have been cleared up a long time ago.

    No self awareness

    Complete ignorance…yet still opens his mouth.

    Typical lefty.

    The problems in Alice Springs have been caused by the same tax payer funded Marxists that will be in the voice.
    The Marcia Langdons of this world.
    You can bet your arse Jacinda Price wouldn’t get a voice even if she wanted to be part of something that is simply a marxist power grab using race to bypass democracy.

    You get the voice, you’ll get more misery for aboriginal Australians stuck in welfare dependant, segregated communities of heavy socialist control, where no one owns anything and everyone’s happy….(and not one Australian voted for).
    Controlled now for decades by the same race grifters who have brought misery to them for decades.

    Tramp piss, like all leftists is a racist.
    A true racist.
    You have to be a collectivist before you can be a racist.

    Listen here you absolute joke, Trmp piss, while I spell something out for you that you should have known even as a child, long before you started playing with yourself.

    No one can represent a race.

  9. struth says:

    I happen to think the welfare card instead of cash is racist if it only applies to aboriginals.
    It should apply to them, make no mistake, but it should apply to all welfare recipients, regardless of colour.

    As I have said for years…the government acts by dividing and treating aboriginal people differently based on nothing but the racist assumptions of western hating socialists in the public service who want the west guilt tripped into hating itself…….doing things not one Australian voted for.

    Then they turn around and tell us we have a racism problem in Australia,

  10. Texas Jack says:

    Actually, it would be fun to be teleported through that big referendum sliding door and sit in on the Voice and watch the calm deliberations. Can you imagine the shit-fights?

    See? H I L A R I O U S…..

  11. Buccaneer says:

    We live in a free country or so they tell us. There is nothing stopping indigenous communities from banding together and solving their own problems. Call it indigenous neighbourhood watch. Create a charitable organisation, Albo would fund it in a heartbeat. But no, he wants a blank cheque to change the constitution however he likes. It has nothing to do with solving problems and everything to do with grabbing more power and entrenching grievance.

  12. Boambee John says:

    Texas Jack

    I, perhaps foolishly, looked at your link to the clown.

    Much the same as here. In the most recent post (calling it an article would be an exaggeration), no actual facts, just links to the Grauniad and Reneweconomy, expounding on the wonders of unreliable electricity. The Grauniad is reliably “progressive”, and Reneweconomy is an interested party, with a clear bias.

    Not even a very good clown!

  13. Rafiki says:

    Senator Jacinta Price will be on the Senate
    floor, in position to deal wi any Voice proposals. Her critique will be in Hansard and can be reported in any way by anybody without fear of a default.ation suit. She, and maybe other Aboriginal MPs can get stuck in to the Voice.

    It is of course critical that she be re-elected for more 3 year terms. She will need money to fight what will be vicious attacks. I wonder if a person living outside the NT can join the CLP?

  14. Texas Jack says:

    Thanks Nix,

    The Final Report of the co-design process outlines an Indigenous Voice made up of two parts that work together: Local & Regional Voices and a National Voice.

    Hey, and these two sets of voices are going to have “two way communication on national issues…”

    I mean, sure. It’ll all just work.

  15. Texas Jack says:

    BJ,

    I, perhaps foolishly, looked at your link to the clown.

    Correct. But you were smart enough to move to Boambee at some stage, so don’t sweat the small stuff. Beautiful place that.

  16. Rosie says:

    The Voice will fix intergenerational violence, alcohol abuse and the complete breakdown of families in Aboriginal communities.
    If it would do that, I’d vote for it.

  17. Not Trampis says:

    The primary school drop out doesn’t seem to understand that you ask the locals for a local solution. They live there.

    Struth says no-one can represent a race. Thus no-one cam represent an electorate. No wonder he thinks all elections are stolen.
    Texas Jack apparently still hasn’t learnt to read graph yet. duh.

  18. Buccaneer says:

    The Trampis, determined to prove the Dunning Kruger effect, every day

  19. Texas Jack says:

    Feeble…

  20. Old Lefty says:

    Will the Huperoffspring Rights Commission try to hound Leak into an early grave as it did to his father, I wonder?

  21. Lee says:

    The Albo government is going to have an “urgent review.”

    Right; that should fix it!

  22. struth says:

    Struth says no-one can represent a race. Thus no-one cam represent an electorate.

    I’m going to put Trump piss in the category of too dumb to argue with.

  23. Boambee John says:

    Non Mentis days locals should be asked for local solutions. The locals want access to alcohol (definitely not part of traditional culture). It seems that the locals don’t want to live a traditional lifestyle.

    According to Non Mentis they should be allowed to live in a shanty town on a mostly dry riverbed. Fine, but there is no need for taxpayers to fund that non-traditional lifestyle.

    If only Non Mentis had managed to finish pre-school, he might have learned to think.

  24. struth says:

    If only Non Mentis had managed to finish pre-school, he might have learned to think.

    Not in Australia…school CAUSES this.

  25. Riversutra says:

    And right on schedule……

    Linda Burney argued a voice to parliament would have prevented a problem escalating to a crisis.

    The problem is reported to be alcohol. This is called mis-direction.
    As if all the very young kids wandering around at 4am looking for something to trash, steal, rob etc are going to stop if they can’t get a drink.
    There is really no solution except education and employment …like that’s going to happen when the NT Ploice Commissioner goes on about

    the adequacy of JobSeeker

    How about they just change the towns name to Malice Springs, I’m pretty sure there’s a up-tempo song out there to use for tourist promotions.

  26. MatrixTransform says:

    I love the way some forum-noises posture and preen about how things really are.
    all the things they know for sure

    they postulate solutions
    they rant about what the cause is
    they’re absolutely certain
    it’s you, not them

    but they never lived or worked in a remote community

    they don’t know anything

  27. Jannie says:

    I’m going to put Trump piss in the category of too dumb to argue with.

    Struth.

  28. Mantaray says:

    Riversutra. Aboriginal kids in Aboriginal communities start out….if in pristine condition….with a potential average IQ of 62. However this has (mostly) already been reduced due to the mothers’ alcohol abuse whilst pregnant.

    THEN, whatever little remains is pummeled by further alcohol, drug and petrol-sniffing abuse.

    And NOW, the teeny weeny tiny bit of “intellect” which might exist has been forcibly gene-jabbed and boosted….out of them. They are therefore no longer capable of being educated, nor of being employed.

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