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Well, council is on notice.
Aware of the risk to human injury or life. If a tragedy happens they will be accountable and liable.
Who will pay, of course the taxpayers.
Common sense is really not that common. Consult with Aboriginal agency, really, why, are they above the protection of society?

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Large number of cars vandalised at Araluen
Bet you this would not occur in a small country town with a old school Sergeant.
A good old fashioned kick up the arse is all that is needed.
But the do-gooders now do not want Police to discipline children who have not been disciplined in their upbringing by parents.
Back in my day the local sergeant would have flogged these kids until they were scared to commit another act of violence again. Bring back old times and do-gooders look the other way for the benefit of the children.
Alice Springs community has to be protected by people who terrorize the honest hard working citizens. Bring back child disciplining by Police.

Zoning: Racial segregation can start in primary school
Question: “If Indigenous kids can’t get to know non-Indigenous kids, how can we have a harmonious community when they grow up?”
Answer: “I don’t want my children to go to school with Aboriginal kids. My reasons and my right, refer below.”
“Many students at Sadadeen come from town camps (Hidden Valley and White Gums), experience high rates of childhood trauma, and live in some of the most socially and economically unjust suburbs in Australia,” says Ms Harrison.
My reason: “Why would I want my children to go to school with children from town camps. They are not by their doing, unhygienic, lice infected and dysfunctional. I don’t want my child subjected to that”.
Let’s bring the parents of the children over for a birthday party? No way.
Money clearly talks. Ms Harrison says the median property price for houses selling in Desert Springs is currently $708,750, and in Eastside is $527,500.
My reason: People in Desert Springs and Golf Course Area are hard working professional people. Should they be sorry that they work hand and can afford nice houses?
A lot of people in Eastside (commission houses) are on welfare and just drink all day spending the tax dollars the people in Desert Springs and Golf Course pay from their pay.

Councillor Satour threatened at Council meeting
“Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me”. Please people remember this phrase from the old days.
Nowadays some people are hyper sensitive and go running to Police, an emergency service for being hurt by words.

Gunner re-opens the Rivers of Grog floodgates
Alice Springs will not change, ever.
This is because the Aboriginal population who would rather wake up, go to the Todd Tavern in morning, buy grog from bottle shop from 2pm onwards (except Saturday 10am and Sunday 12 noon) and cause the community problems all afternoon, night and early morning.
BDR – what a joke. If you are banned you are only prohibited from buying take away alcohol.
Wow, so they can still buy grog inside a pub. Not too hard to get a mate to buy grog for you afterwards at bottle-shop either.
I’m sorry to say but the only solution will never come to be in our overly protective fragile sensitive society.
The solution will be viewed as racist and vilified by the go-gooders who are adamant they are protecting Aboriginal rights.
At the meantime they are drinking their lives away and wrecking the Alice Springs community with violent behaviour and crime.
I do acknowledge that issue is not an all Aboriginal problem. As per crime stats it’s just a 99% Aboriginal problem. Not being racist, just realistic.

Lasseters private enterprise beacon in stagnant town
Yes, Lasseters is the new Animal Bar in town. Go for a drive down there now and have a good look at the people putting money through the machines.
This money should be for food and looking after young ones.
Every day you see a large group walking across the river in the morning to the casino wasting their (or taxpayers’ money).
I’m not blaming the people gambling as it can be an addiction.
I blame the casino themselves for taking advantage of the underprivileged in this town.

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