Local 1: Your last paragraph says it all. And Fred, …

Comment on We need more police. True or false? by David.

Local 1: Your last paragraph says it all.
And Fred, Aboriginal people have constantly been subject to all sorts of social experiments and are still subjected to and you want more.
Come up with realistic solutions mate, not racist rubbish all the time.
The Aboriginal voice has been killed off by government policies and what we see is a result of hopelessness felt by Aboriginal people saddled with the rubbish CDP among other things, that causes more hardship than good, enforced by a pompous, out of touch Minister of Indigenous Affairs.

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If any budget cuts should occur, it should be within the top heavy executive positions in government.
There are too many highly paid fat cats on $100,000 to $200,000 and maybe more, positions often offered to interstaters who know bugger all about the NT.
What exactly these highly paid people achieve for the NT is questionable. This is money denied to police, health, education etc, etc.

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You can’t be serious Gavin.
Darwin is where all the trendies, yuppies, beautiful people and politicians live.
It will upset their life style, unlike the rest of the plebs in the NT.
As it is, the long grassers upset these people’s way of life now. Come on!

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@ Fred the Philistine: Too bad, Fred.

Flag on the Hill: When No became Yes
South Australia has no problems flying the Aboriginal flag.
While in Adelaide in June this year, the Aboriginal flag was seen proudly fluttering in the wind along with the Australian and state flags at police stations, local government offices and other official establishments.
Obviously SA is mature in its approach and thinking about the Aboriginal flag.
Despite the Aboriginal population of the NT, there is resistance to flying of the Aboriginal flag alongside official flags at most government establishments in the NT.
Police lock up so many Aboriginal people in the NT one would have expected an Aboriginal flag in front of every NT cop shop by now.
Flying the Aboriginal flag and crime are two different matters.
After all, flying the Australian flag for centuries in this country, has not stopped white people or others committing all nature of crimes in this land.

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