Not wishing to discourage the search for solutions as outlined …

Comment on If the trucks stop, so will Alice … by Hermann Weber.

Not wishing to discourage the search for solutions as outlined I find it depressing that we are still exploring the avenues to solve those problems.
Anyone having experience (and I go back many decades) knows this has been worked through, planned for, talked about ad infinitum. Just look at the gardens and industries that existed in Hermannsburg in the past. Other examples would be Yuendumu, Warrabri, Areyonga and others. Will anything ever change?
I wish you Good Luck.

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Hermann Weber


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Hi Erwin,
We wish you and Kieran a happy Xmas and a successful New Year.
After ten years away I still log on to your site every week. It keeps me in touch with the place were I spent most of my life.
And it pleases me no end you are still going after good friend of mine (God rest his soul) predicted you wouldn’t last twelve month.
All power to you.
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Living away from it all it never ceases to amaze me to come across abysmal ignorance in all these matters down here. I feel much of the reason for this is that there is no sense of what has gone on before and we are constantly re-inventing the wheel with every new generation in politics and the workforce. I despair that we will ever learn.
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