The Black Hunter Biden

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9 Responses to The Black Hunter Biden

  1. NFA says:

    From their wiki entry for Noel Pearson,

    In 1990 Pearson co-founded the Cape York Land Council, and resigned in 1996. In 1993 Pearson acted as representative to the traditional owners in the first land claim to the Flinders Island and Cape Melville National Park, a claim which was successful, although the owners have yet to receive title. He continues to advise a number of Indigenous organisations in Cape York.

  2. Lee says:

    Are any taxpayer-funded Aboriginal organisations ever audited by independent bodies on a regular basis, or at all?

    You have to wonder how much grifting, favouritism for mates, and nepotism go on.

  3. Christine says:

    I could have sympathy
    The failure of his ideas, his grand plans, must have been intolerable; the resentment, an enormous load.

    But move on. Go south – to Noosa pastures.
    Have another go at leading.

    “Where has all the money gone?” an insulting question; beneath them to answer.

  4. Petros says:

    The thing is why has no one pursued this publicly before? Although people have been aware of his shenanigans, nothing has been done. At least Entsch was asking questions.

  5. SydGal says:

    It’s still pretty tough going on the ground. Yesterday, I was told I was the “face of racism” by a yes volunteer. No intervention by other yes people. Not enough no volunteers to staff booths. Many voters saying they have not seen the Referendum brochure. Yes volunteer brochures do not include the words Executive Government, only Parliament – same as the yes volunteer commentary – if there is any detailed discussion on this. Was there formal legal advice on representations to Exec Govt. Yes women telling the public to vote for truth and goodness, a safe country and for a good conscience.

  6. Entropy says:

    Pearson gave a red hot go at breaking the nexus of poor eduction in remote communities and dysfunction. Admittedly it was expensive, but sending kids to boarding school in cairns and Townsville seems to have had some benefits. Mind you, I would say Hopevale, Lockhart river and the TI communities are not the same as other remote communities.

  7. Buccaneer says:

    The mystifying part about Pearson being one of the faces of the voice is that he is also one of the key faces of the failure of the past 50 years. How could anyone think voters writing this plonker a blank cheque would fix anything?

  8. C.L. says:

    Clearly, nobody does.

    Note that the media aren’t running their usual preferred girl-power angle vis-a-vis Jacinta toppling this Big Man of the tribe.

    No no. They want the Big Man to slap her around.

  9. Buccaneer says:

    It’s the usual thing, they are all behind a principle until a current narrative they are championing might be in jeopardy, then that principle gets sidelined or cancelled.

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