The fact of the matter is that you cannot help people who won't initially help themselves.
*We will win this thing, you know.*
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Has anyone ever looked at these culture's habits, work ethic, energy levels prior to the big, bad White man without romantic enthnography and sociology?A well-known joke:
How many people does it take to change a lightbulb?
One, but the lightbulb needs to want to change!
What happens if at a certain age all the young people just did the work and most had to be physically abused or their romantic spiritual rites-of-passage were actually a trauma-based programming to start the mind flowing to work and to spawn children? What if was known that certain families within the closed grouping should not breed?
Without the huge stick and threat of being called "Racist", perhaps one need truly observe and look at past data of these various cultures, who are unable to adapt. Without the huge stick and threat of being called "Racist", let's see what the problem was/is - bad genes, heavy aggression/war to have normal mindflow, spiritual rituals creating mind encystments etc.
Really - let's get out of the Romanticism and into reality- we all have an economic downflow to conquer! If one pumpkin is all they could manage, when pumpkins literally grow by themselves then there had to be a lot wrong! Also I noticed there were no Stats present in the newspaper report just vague words like "some" to make the endeavor look positive. How about stop funding and find out the real problems - maybe that culture has so much violence so they can stimulate the brain to flow in the morning - who knows? You can care and get yourselves a big government fund for six months????
Indigenous leaders want to ban or censor social media including Facebook
- by: Herald Sun
- From: Herald Sun
- January 06, 2012 12:00AM
Social media blamed for sparking "blood feuds"
- Dozen youths in bloody street brawl after chat exchange
- "It is very public and it stirs up old family rivalry"
ABORIGINAL elders have blamed Facebook and social networking sites for a rise in "blood feuds" between warring clans.
Some indigenous leaders want to ban or censor internet sites including Facebook to calm tensions in isolated Queensland communities, the Herald Sun reported.
Palm Island Mayor Alf Lacey said "unhealthy gossip" on social media sites had fuelled age-old animosities.
"We are seeing kids getting on these chat rooms and bad-mouthing others," Mr Lacey said.
"It is very public and stirs up old family rivalry and blood feuds."
He said the shift to the internet had spilled over into bloodshed in almost every Aboriginal community across the state.
"I personally intervened to help police stop a family street brawl over some slander," he said.
"We have created an ugly monster."
He said social media was "another form of community gossip" and if abused or misused it could quickly snowball out of control.
Tribal leader Barry Walden, of Doomadgee on the Gulf of Carpentaria, called for a social media ban.
A dozen youths clashed in a bloody street brawl this week after chatroom exchanges reignited a long-standing feud between clans in the former Aboriginal mission of 1100.
"It started out as name calling and petty stuff on-line," local woman Atlanta Taylor said yesterday.
"It was rude tit-for-tat chat over the internet. You could call it a bit like cyberbullying. But then it got out of control.
"Everyone wants it resolved."
Palm Island's Alf Lacey is against a ban or censorship of the internet, saying that would be akin to discrimination.
"But I do think kids need to be better educated on appropriate use of this technology," he said.
Police have urged warring families to be more responsible and to avoid violence.
Indigenous leaders want to ban or censor social media including Facebook | Information, Gadgets, Mobile Phones News & Reviews | Herald Sun
No, MR. Abo, as usual you have created absolutely nothing. You are using the invention of a Jew to perpetuate the stone age barbarism that your people have never matured from."We have created an ugly monster."
This problem can be easily overcome the police just need to get proactive and hand out some bottles of methylated spirits. Soon all will be forgotten.
Pro patria, pro liberis, pro aris atque focis suis
Sallust, 86-34 b.c.
Australian Jew working to end discrimination against indigenous peoples
A high-profile Jewish Australian cited the effects of the Holocaust on his family as a driving force in his work to help “end the exclusion” of Australia’s Indigenous peoples from the nation’s constitution.
Australian Jew working to end discrimination against indigenous peoples | JTA - Jewish & Israel News
What is he doing to end discrimination against Palestinians? (Oh I know, they say that they are all terrorists and suicide bombers)
Have you noticed that it seems to be ONLY White countries where they want to end "racism" i.e sticking up for our own people and communities?
H.L. Mencken: 'The most dangerous man to any government is the man who is able to think things out for himself, without regard to the prevailing superstitions and taboos. Almost inevitably he comes to the conclusion that the government he lives under is dishonest, insane, and intolerable.'
Spear threat to NT teacher
NIGEL ADLAM | January 24th, 2012
Teacher Stephen Ferguson said he took the threat very seriously.
A SCHOOL principal threatened to kill one of her teachers after he complained about her "borrowing" money from staff.
Shirley Nirrpurranydji, who is considered one of the "star" figures in Territory education, said she would spear Stephen Ferguson and burn down his house.
A Teachers' Registration Board investigation found the allegations were true - but the Education Department didn't sack her.
Ms Nirrpurranydji, 56, was told not to do it again.
The principal paid a fine after being issued with two police infringement notices for using threatening words and behaviour in public.
The incident happened at Gapuwiyak School in Arnhem Land.
Mr Ferguson, 41, has appealed against a decision not to deregister Ms Nirrpurranydji as a teacher.
A hearing was held before a Registrar of the Court in Darwin on January 13 and the case will resume next month.
Mr Ferguson, who now works on the Tiwi Islands, said the Education Department had turned on him because he had the courage to make a legitimate complaint.
"I was the teachers' union representative and a whistleblower," he said. "Staff were upset at being pestered for money. The loans weren't really loans - the money was never paid back.
"This is extraordinary. A school principal threatens to kill one of her staff and nothing is done about it until I go to the police."
Ms Nirrpurrandydji, whose eldest son was murdered in 2006, told the inquiry that borrowing money was a "cultural community thing".
And she said: "I said certain things that were threatening."
She admitted that she had said she would find out who had complained to the teachers' union about her borrowing money and get her family to "kill them".
But she told police she "didn't mean it".
Mr Ferguson said he took the threat "very seriously" but was transferred to another school only after calling Education Department head Gary Barnes' office.
Ms Nirrpurrandydji no longer works as a teacher.
Spear threat to NT teacher | News | NT News | Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia | ntnews.com.au
Julia Gillard rescued from Australia Day Aboriginal protesters as she's dragged to safety | Mail Online
Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard clung to her bodyguard as she was dragged to safety through a crowd of angry protesters in Canberra yesterday.
Riot police formed a shield around the prime minister as they helped her force a path through the protesters who surrounded a restaurant where she was attending an awards ceremony to mark Australia Day.
Miss Gillard stumbled after losing a shoe in the scuffle, but was caught by her personal security guard and managed to get into a waiting car.
The protests appear to have been aimed primarily at opposition leader Tony Abbott, who was also in the building when some 200 demonstrators began banging on its windows, shouting 'shame' and 'racist'.
Mr Abbott had angered activists earlier in the day by saying it was time the nearby Aboriginal Tent Embassy 'moved on'.
The embassy, a ramshackle collection of tents and shelters on the lawn of Parliament House, is at the centre of the campaign for Aboriginal sovereignty and land rights.
Demonstrators had gathered to celebrate its 40th anniversary when they heard that Mr Abbott was nearby.
Miss Gillard and Mr Abbott had been handing out inaugural National Emergency Medals, presented as the country marked Australia Day.
Dozens of extra police were called to the scene and escorted them from the building after 20 minutes.
Miss Gillard was unharmed and hosted another Australia Day function at her official residence in Canberra after the incident.
Australia Day marks the arrival of the first fleet of British colonists in Sydney on January 26, 1788.
Many Aborigines call it Invasion Day because the land was settled without a treaty with traditional owners.
There have also been suggestions that the day be moved because it currently falls during school holidays.
A different date would allow greater participation in the event among children.
The first celebration was held in 1818, marking the creation of New South Wales.
Aborigines are yet to invent the wheel or bread or land borders or flags or nationhood or..........
Footy season kicks off deodorant sniffing
ELLIE TURNER | May 5th, 2012
TERRITORY footy season has been linked to a "demoralising" outbreak of deodorant-sniffing among young children. [Read - "Aboriginals"]
Health agencies, retailers and police have worked to curb the spike in aerosol abuse around Alice Springs.
Central Australian Youth Link Up Service manager Blair McFarland said children as young as seven were inhaling deodorant.
Many sniffers were remote residents who came to town for footy games, he said.
Footy season kicks off deodorant sniffing | News | NT News | Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia | ntnews.com.au