Were Aborigines consulted about acquiring nuclear subs and burying the waste? If not, why not?
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The Cat Empire
Yeah, great question.
What do Aborigines think about taking in 200,000+ unskilled Migrants every year?
It’s not doing anything for Aborigines job prospects, yet I never heard an Aboriginal “elder” say bupkis about it.
It’ll be ok, someone will arrange a trans person to read to indigenous children in remote communities, that’ll fix it.
I’m sure they’re already lining up some Aunty/Uncle to do a smoking ceremony on the deck of our first sub, which will probably be named HMAS Dugong.
I remember back in the ’70s, some Yank suggested burying radioactive waste in Ayer’s Rock – geologically quite suitable
It seems Aboriginal persons (with a voice) really don’t care about the land; maybe it’s rent they want.
I knew a black cat named Mabo. Near the Warrego, he grew to the size of a small panther. I would like the first submarine to be named HMAS Mabo
HMAS Aspiring Rapper
HMAS Kumanjayi Walker
In all seriousness, Bennelong should get the gig. Had more honour and courage than every modern Didginal combined.
They were. They went for a shipyard in Alice.
Most migrants don’t give a tinker’s cuss about Aborigines. The Maoris have worked that out over in NZ and generally oppose immigration.
Albo has already moved on now the press conference with Brandon and the guy from the UK making the USUKA announcement is done. First nations people can all live in the comfort knowing their safety is in good hands under these three statesmen.
I wish someone would do some serious polling of the main migrant populations on the issue of the ‘Voice’. The results might be fascinating. (Or they might say they preferred it when Ronan Keating and Boy George were judges.)
I wish someone would do some serious polling of the main migrant populations on the issue of the ‘Voice’.
That’s one Poll that will never happen.
According to FECCA, the Culturally & Linguistically Diverse amongst us are 100% on board with The Voice.
The Maoris have worked that out over in NZ and generally oppose immigration.
The problem the Maori [it’s now Mouli, btw] have is that the Gibs from Labor trumps
any national interest.
Ed, Mouli is Italian-American for a black man.
The Maori have been calling themselves Mouli for a few years now.
If you’ve got a Search Engine in your garage … ?
IMHO the whole push for The Voice now and Reconciliation before it is because of the tipping point of the non-Anglo descended population becoming the majority, after which the ability to guilt trip the remnant first fleeters and members of a formerly high trust society to maintain the grift starts to dissipate rapidly – hence the desire to lock a seat at the big table into the constitution. They just found a willing partner in the ALP/left, who like the idea of a controlled 3rd chamber.
Don’t worry, everyone wanting a juicy contract as part of the project shall be obliged to detail how they are employing aboriginals or bboriginal-ownef companies as part of their submission. I imagine the going rate for being able to use a name (with no actual work done by the owner of the name) is significant.
Perfidious Albino (7.45pm) is right.
This is the urgency the activists keep mentioning, but never saying why.
Great would be the concern that newcomers to the country are not interested in the Aboriginal people; not remotely interested in genuflecting to Aboriginal customs.
Perfidious Albino says:
16 March, 2023 at 7:45 pm
Would that be like,
The Old : “Star Chamber”
The New : “The Voices”?