You cannot keep blaming the system. That is the biggest …

Comment on With Gunner and Scullion, Batchelor doesn’t need Santa by Fred the Philistine.

You cannot keep blaming the system. That is the biggest cop out I’ve heard. Indigenous people have the best opportunity.

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With Gunner and Scullion, Batchelor doesn’t need Santa
@ John: Well said. There are alot of fudged figures around the place just so people can keep their jobs.
Can you also look into the Indigenous working for the dole? As these figures would be fudged as well.
Signed off that they are working when in fact they are not actually working.


With Gunner and Scullion, Batchelor doesn’t need Santa
@ John. Are telling me they are all crooked? The rest of Australia would be appalled how the tax payers’ money is being wasted.


With Gunner and Scullion, Batchelor doesn’t need Santa
@ John. Well my question is, why do we keep throwing all this money into a black whole when nothing is achieved in the end?
Is it not time the government stopped wasting taxpayers’ money?
In the end these people are still illiterate and the cash can be spent better elsewhere, where students want to learn and there is an outcome.


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Diversification tipped to make millions for cattlemen
@ Pseudo: Unfortunately, the more you produce the less money the grower receives.
I have to say, feed lotting cattle in the NT would not be so successful, due to weight loss in trucking the beasts down south to market.
We did have an abattoir in Alice Springs once, but this was not so successful.
Feed lotting cattle in the NT do better if they have adequate shade.


National Indigenous Gallery advisors: ‘Release full report’
I think it is time the indigenous fund the art gallery themselves or their respective land councils.


New abattoir for Alice? Some cattle men pushing for it.
There’s only one thing for it, let the cattle men put their own money in to an abattoir and run it.


Too hot? Try laying bricks.
If they start early in the morning they would be finished before the heat of the day. As they say it’s only mad dogs and Englishmen in the sun in the afternoon.


Congress call: Put full-time police back at bottle-shops
Simple, make the whole town dry. No sale of alcohol anywhere, including Woolies, Coles, IGAs or the pub drive throughs.


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