Vicki, I find nothing positive in any form of discrimination. …

Comment on Much less drunken violence an early Christmas present by InterestedDarwinObserver.

Vicki, I find nothing positive in any form of discrimination.
This belongs to the philosophy of Reverse Racism, Special Measures and Affirmative Action.
It is ignorance to think that Government could or should wield their power of discrimination without repercussions.
All these things seek to discriminate, breed racism and remove personal responsibility and an individual’s right to self determination.
As Newton theorised: For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction.

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Much less drunken violence an early Christmas present
Vicki, the courts allowing a policy under the guise of special measures is irrelevant to my comment.


Much less drunken violence an early Christmas present
Where is the long term daily average of 150 presentations? Perhaps my data from myhospitals.gov.au is incorrect, but from what I gather, average daily admissions are as follows (equating to 123 average daily admissions over the last seven years)
Year – 2011-2012- Average daily ED admission = 116
Year – 2012-2013- Average daily ED admission = 113
Year – 2013-2014- Average daily ED admission = 120
Year – 2014-2015- Average daily ED admission = 122
Year – 2015-2016- Average daily ED admission = 124
Year – 2016-2017- Average daily ED admission = 130
Year – 2017-2018- Average daily ED admission = 137
It should be noted that the above figures fail to take into account population decline. If the data were to be converted into a “per 100,000” data set it would reveal that comparatively to this years 17/18 average daily admission of 137, 12/13 would read 104, 13/14 would read 112, 14/15 would read 117 and so forth.
But again, my data may be wrong, after all it is only published by the Federal Government via the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) with date provided by the NT Department Health.
I eagerly await the latest release of police data.


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Anti-fracking Greens: Are jobs for the dole schemes legal?
John Argent: You require a history lesson.
The Protectionist Party came to power with the assistance of the Labor Party. The union movement was against jobs going to immigrants. Labor pushed for the restriction of non white immigration. And so the Immigration Restriction Act 1901 was born.
But this is all totally beyond the point. To draw parallels between the parties of today and yesteryear is irrelevant.


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Rosalie: Read the policies on the website. Best described as wishful thinking and thought bubbles.
I liked this line:
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That would entail giving radical vegan activist the right to enter a farm and conduct an investigation. Bringing all the damage and cost and interruption to the Aussie farmer along with it. Instead of the group being a professional organization (like the RSCPA) it could instead be undertaken by extremist activist. The ones who shut down streets, spill red paint on people and deliver a dead piglet to Maccas.
Another cracker:
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What does that even mean?!


Anti-fracking Greens: Are jobs for the dole schemes legal?
Medical marijuana – the cure for everything – including unemployment!
A few notes: the Person Conducting a Business or Undertaking (PCBU) has a legislated responsibility to adequately train and supervise workers. As such there is no legality issue in working for the dole unless a PCBU is breaking the law. There are of course already mechanisms in law to deal with this.
Also, your proposal of paying solar construction workers $18 to $20 is below minimum wage. This is taking advantage of refugees and putting Australian workers at a disadvantage.
And yes, new start has increased – at a faster rate than inflation – since the 1990s.
Has it increased at the same rate as the average workers wage? No.
That’s because Newstart is not what has driven productivity, economic growth or certainly the export surge at such a strong rate.
So factually, Newstart recipients are, inflation adjusted, better off than in 1990s.
It is just when compared to a person in the workforce – which has had above inflation wage growth (up until recent years), that a widening in living standards between welfare recipients and workers emerge.


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In a period of less than 3 weeks, the statement made in regards to the road toll has proven to be cherry picking in the extreme.
The death toll for the first four months on NT Roads is now 11 versus 18 during the same period of 2018. 2018 is an outlier. In 2011 the same four month period was four deaths. Again, an outlier.
The fact is, the current first four months of the year in 2019 of 11 deaths is actually marginally higher than the average of 10.7 road toll deaths for this period between the years of 2011 and 2019.
Claiming successful policing outcomes in reducing the road toll is disingenuous towards what is such an important and devastating community issue.


Road toll drops by half
It takes no more than two minutes reviewing road toll data on to identify that the numbers in the NT are hugely sporadic. This is cherry picking of data in the extreme.


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