In 1967 Harold Hold PM stated “… the Government has …

Comment on Will we better understand the ‘Recognise’ referendum than we did the 1967 one? by Paul Parker.

In 1967 Harold Hold PM stated “… the Government has been influenced by the popular impression that the words now proposed to be omitted from section 51 (xxvi) are discriminatory – a view which the Government believes to be erroneous but which, nevertheless, seems to be deep rooted.”
Australians correctly held deep rooted distrust of s.51(xxvi) as the Commonwealth and States regularly passed laws and regulations which denied basic rights and responsibilities of Australian’s to Australians by abusively applying the label “Aborigine” or “Aboriginal”.
Commonwealth then was, and continues today, to qualify our rights and responsibilities as Australians abusively using racial identification.
The overwhelming vote for the 1967 referendum clearly demonstrated Australian people’s desire to outlaw ALL racial discrimination between Australians.
Just as clearly, Commonwealth obstructs, suggesting the 1967 vote was not clear enough.
Essential then is a clearer constitutional amendment to prevent legislation which discriminates between Australians using grounds of race.
Evidence is clear the Commonwealth still legislates and supports racism and apartheid, even segregation of Australian families, while obstructing those who challenge their racist apartheid activities.

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Re: Alex Hope Posted January 22, 2019 at 11:23 am
Perhaps Alex can explain what each Land Trust as corporate land-title-holder and owner, actually spends building and maintaining housing being used by their shareholders “traditional owners” who do live on their land-title-held land ?
Perhaps Alex can explain what each Land Trust as corporate land-title-holder and owner actually collects as rent to be spent building and maintaining housing used by their shareholders and “traditional owners” who do live on their land-title-held land?
Perhaps Alex can explain the Commonwealth and NT Government financial contributions to benefit each land-trust-titled area?
Please include also the dollars per resident.

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I believe most NT public servants are NOT incompetent. I am sure most work as best they can.
Australia wide public servants directly accountable to Government of the day, less to Parliaments.
Political party dominance appears to reduce Parliamentary accountability of the government.
Political parties seem to regard elections as a winner gets all, with reduced accountability.
IMHO the NT needs to introduce selection of the NT Administrator by popular vote.
A popularly elected Administrator should select eight ministers to manage “The Administrator’s” NT Government, with a maximum of one third of MLAs, from elected MLAs to ensure they remain accountable to the Legislative Assembly, thus to voters.

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Re: Evelyne Roullet Posted January 16, 2019 at 6:30 pm.
The entire NT is a puppet on Commonwealth string. It is the Commonwealth which overturns many NT Government rules.

Firm ‘no’ from PM, Scullion to bailing out ‘bankrupt’ Territory
The Northern Territory will remain a dependent state of the Commonwealth, until the Commonwealth Parliament ends its racial apartheid policies.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison, as former Treasurer, surely knows the disadvantage imposed on the Northern Territory by the Commonwealth’s Aboriginal Land Rights (Northern Territory) Act.
The Commonwealth’s racist apartheid policies, with a lack of conventional responsibility and accountability, remain an ongoing obstruction to meaningful progress within the Northern Territory.
The Commonwealth will remain a primary source of funds for the ALR(NT) lands until this racist act is amended.
The Commonwealth Government misleads those living upon ALR(NT) lands that “Arbeit macht frei” (work sets you free, a slogan the Nazis applied to Jews in the concentration camps), when for decades the Commonwealth has maintained by legislation their disadvantages.
The Act requires the acceptance of racial division of Australians with “special benefits” involving separate responsibility and accountability.
The Commonwealth’s imposition of racial apartheid, racial segregation, denial basic rights and responsibilities remains a disgrace to most Australians.
The proportion of the national teen suicide rate directly relates, with all the related disadvantages experienced, to the Commonwealth’s ongoing promotion of apartheid policies.
Senator Nigel Scullion has been long aware that Australian families are denied their rights to live together, to visit each other, when they reside in the Commonwealth’s racially divided Northern Territory.

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