Central Australia was the ideal place for the International Airport …

Comment on Indigenous gallery, museum, CBD ‘revitalisation’ not in Budget by Evelyne Roullet.

Central Australia was the ideal place for the International Airport from which domestic airlines would have serviced the other States.
Large cities cannot expend indefinitely.

Recent Comments by Evelyne Roullet

Financial empowerment for women: National Labor’s policy
I wish you luck and all best, ladies. You have a hard task ahead.
Domestic violence is an ongoing issue who exists from centuries in any society.
It is well known that violence against women is an issue that cuts across societies and social classes.
The oppression of women stems largely from men’s desire for power and control.
The same need which, throughout history, has driven men to try to conquer and subjugate other groups or nations, and to oppress other classes or groups in their own society, drives them to dominate and oppress women.
Not so long ago, in the mid-seventy, an Australian woman needed her husband’s or father’s permission to have a passport, and a single woman even with a well paid job could not get a bank loan.
Church goer or not, we have all heard: “Wives, submit to your own husbands, as to the Lord. For the husband is the head of the wife as Christ is the head of the church, his body, and is himself its Saviour.” Ephesians 5: 22-23
“Let a woman learn in silence with all submissiveness I permit no woman to teach or have authority over a man; rather, she is to remain silent.” 1 Timothy 2: 11-12
Beaten to death with a heavy stick. Smothered and suffocated in the family home. Raped, cut and set alight. Mauled with a meat cleaver.
An ongoing ABC News investigation into religion and domestic violence has revealed growing concerns about a recent, significant increase in family violence in Australian Hindu and Sikh communities.
Activists who deal regularly with victims and perpetrators say the fundamental problem fuelling the abuse in these communities is a deeply patriarchal traditional culture.
For domestic violence to stop, it needs the total change of church and government leaders with a “man’s mentality” who when he said: “I am not a male chauvinist” is lying.


Morrison announces cash injection for NT
Yes, Jones, and when disaster strikes we will be told that we can buy drinking water with all the money we have received. Do you really think that you and I will be better off?


‘Anzac Oval not for sale’: govt under pressure on gallery plans
Yes, Maya, and the town bus service that goes to Lyndavale could be extended to Desert Park.
This service would be welcomed by the resident mothers who would love to take their children to the park but have no transport.


Morrison announces cash injection for NT
Blackmail refers to a situation that arises when a person threatens another person with some form of punishment if they do not offer some form of concessions.
The offence of Blackmail is contained in section 249K of the Crimes Act 1900. It reads as follows:
(1) A person who makes any unwarranted demand with menaces:
• With the intention of obtaining a gain or of causing a loss, or
• With the intention of influencing the exercise of a public duty, is guilty of an offence.
In NSW, Blackmail carries a maximum penalty of 10 years imprisonment.
Even emotional blackmail is illegal.


New energy for anti fracking campaign
As the Greek proverb goes: “A society grows great when old men plant trees whose shade they know they shall never sit in.”
So the NT will grow great when our leaders forget their pockets and think renewal energy.
May be we will have less revenues and will suffer for a bit in the hands of the Feds, but our children will live on and well.


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