Crikey! And we have Short on Brains claiming Labor will …

Comment on ‘The Territory is broke. We’re living way beyond our means.’ by Ian Rennie.

Crikey! And we have Short on Brains claiming Labor will do so well running the country?

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St Francis House: Excellence sought and achieved
Yes, Brian Butler had a wonderful father in James Henry Butler (deceased) who shared many stories and facts with me over the years regarding his wife (Brian’s mother) who he met in Darwin and the hurdles he faced from the authorities because he wanted to marry a full blood Aboriginal woman and the fact that he was most disturbed by misconceptions that Brian was of the “stolen generation”.
The last time I saw Brian was at his father’s house in Pt Augusta at around the time of his mother’s passing and I am yet to see a man with feature so much alike of his father’s.


If NT goes broke, Canberra has to bail us out: Higgins
I’m sure China would be watching closely to see if the silly stupid Aussies will give them any more land and assets for pennies.


Birth registrations Bill: How many genders are there?
Robyn Lambley MLA, Independent Member for Araluen is spot on.
Why does the normal side of the population have to have this junk rammed down our throats by the weird side of humanity? (Referring to the politicians, actually).
And why do politicians bow and scrape to minorities in the name of vote gathering by passing such ludicrous legislation. They need to get a life.
So much for transparency in Government!


How much of our relationship with Aborigines is hypocrisy?
Is my refusing to apologise for any wrongs done to Aboriginal since white settlement hypocrisy?
No, it is not. Now David, give me one reason why it is and show me why living and working on an Aboriginal community makes me a hypocrite?
Should I grovel like Krudd or be a man? I will say this, Aboriginal people have no respect for people who grovel to them and I will go on to say that the initiated men that I have dealt with have my respect more than most of the two faced whites I have had dealings with.
And I am man enough to put my name up, because I am a Rennie and proud.


How much of our relationship with Aborigines is hypocrisy?
I must add to my other writing that things have not always been as good for Aboriginal Australians and may no one take that as that they are perfect, (by crikey, things are not perfect for the average White Australian either) but in some ways they have a lot of good happening.
Also, white Australia is not – I repeat, not – responsible for what happened many years ago and as such I take great aversion to Rudd’s apology saying he apologized for all Australians because for me I will not ever apologize.


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