@ Sean: I’m well aware that you were in the …

Comment on Giles government best of a poor bunch by Steve Brown.

@ Sean: I’m well aware that you were in the CLP. I’ve even been informed that you were in attendance the other night, could be misinformed I suppose.
I was simply saying that your comments would seem to be more reflective of the other camp! Now you passed rather ignorant comment about myself, I would respectfully suggest if you want to do that in future use your own name to do it.
I didn’t resign from the CLP in a dummy spit, I resigned in disgust because your idolized leader Mr Mills sacrificed our local candidate in a “low life mongrel act” without the slightest compunction in a vain attempt to gain a petty political advantage in a northern electorate –an issue that divided the party and saw many like me, leave. Read all about it in archives.
Trust and Respect and Consultation indeed! Clearly only when it suited! Terry was a dead man walking from that moment on, if he had followed the above creed, an honorable resignation before being pushed would have saved much of what we see today
I have been approached many times by party members and two other branches since that time and asked to re-join to help with a sense of direction and a structural clean up of the party.
I somewhat reluctantly submitted an application on a couple of occasions only to be headed off by those who felt threatened – something that doesn’t worry me in the slightest. Such is life.
Presently I am quite happy doing my best for the Alice as a councillor and a member of various community organisations.

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Giles government best of a poor bunch
Gee, tell you what, the level of intelligence in the comments hasn’t improved, has it?
No Melanie I’m not drunk, I’m a realist seeking the best practical outcome for our community given present circumstances.
What’s your solution, Melanie? Do you have one or are you just another bitter chip on the shoulder nark like Sean above?
Nothing useful to offer, no idea, no solutions definitely no useful outcome. Sounds kind of like Territory Labor all over again, doesn’t it? LOL.

Recent Comments by Steve Brown

Gallery fiasco: school heritage process ‘massively flawed’
Oddly enough Domeninco, from around 1984 I’ve noted an escalating deterioration of our town’s earlier strengths and character.
Those of us who are amongst the town’s earliest families, the builders of the Alice and other towns in the Territory, understood what it took to create healthy, well balanced, economically viable, communities.
Unfortunately the vibrancy once driven by a very healthy private sector has long since given way to petty bureaucracy and welfareism along with all the blow in petty politic of envy and ignorance those sectors brought with them.
Replacing vibrancy, hope and belief with a petty mentality of obstructionism and envy, glaring down, standing in the way of, anything that might create, dare I say, the dirty words economic progress!
This attempt to save an ugly, rotten old, asbestos riddled building of no architectural merit is just another example of that moronic stifling mentality.
Crime and corruption about which these people winge constantly, flourishes in places that don’t offer hope and progress!
Sloth and disillusionment flourish in places of bureaucratic overload and petty envious obstructionism!
To clean our town up, to get it moving, to offer hope, we need to deal with those things!
We simply must learn to walk right on bye the wingers, specially the blow-in wingers, and to get right on with building our town, a place of enormous potential if only it is given enough air to breathe.

Gallery fiasco: school heritage process ‘massively flawed’
There is absolutely nothing architecturally noteworthy about this crappy old building, just because a particular person visited, walked past, looked at or went to this school doesn’t make it a place that must be preserved!
It would hang like a millstone around the community’s collective necks for perpetuity.
This building has been sitting there rotting for years yet you suddenly find a deep underlying passion and love for it when another use for its location is found?
I cry BS on this claim!
You are simply being obstructionist! As per usual I might add!
Keeping old completely un-noteworthy buildings in premier positions simply creates an enormously expensive ulcerating rot in the central locations of town, forcing us to extend our CBD over a wider and wider area destroying along with that expansion any chance of creating a thriving central CBD.
So while there certainly are buildings that are noteworthy and worth preserving despite this fact ie Flynn Church and Adelaide House etc.
Much less noteworthy building such as this old school must give way to the new!

Private forecaster tips massive rains for Alice
Heavy rains will certainly be welcome, no doubt about it Ed, but 30 to 50mm is a long way short of what’s required to produce floods like the one pictured.
That kind of flood requires closer to 200mm over a fairly short period of time … wouldn’t that be nice?

Big crowd at local School Strike 4 Climate Action
@ Evelyn: While I agree with the general intent of your comment it is important to note for the interested children’s education, that neither their action nor any taken by this nation will have the slightest effect on the world climate! Even if we could completely halt all of our carbon production tomorrow, it would not make the slightest difference to climate change.
So by all means kids work towards a cleaner environment, cleaner air and cleaner oceans, but don’t be taken for a ride by those who seek to create irrational fears about your own beautiful world, through politically motivated, fear mongering garbage, about climate change.
It is a natural part of our world and always will be!
The thing we really do need to need fear and guard against, are the mindless efforts of indoctrinated climate fanatics who seek through their ignorance and city bred real world isolation, to do something irrational about planetary warming.
It would benefit everyone to keep in mind that a warming climate is a more productive climate, while on the other hand a cooling climate very quickly becomes a threat to all life on earth, through starvation!
Let’s hope we get to sit somewhere in between. In the meantime there is one very real threat we should all fight and guard against, the life threatening efforts of climate science to artificially interfere with our climate. One stupid mistake and “Winter really will be coming”!

‘Arrogant’ government fails to answer 20 questions
Didn’t Robyn spruik long and loud the benefits of having an Independent Member for Araluen?
Now she is completely bound up in petty squabbling about more resources.
And not one single question to Government about things that affect the rest of us.
While the Territory goes to hell in a hand basket!
No pressure on Government at all!
Talk about ineffective.
You are payed a dam good wage plus expenses. Write your own speeches and for the Territory’s sake, get on with the job.
[ED – Mr Brown was the CLP candidate for Araluen.]

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