At the end of the day, we should all be …

Comment on Blackfellers buggering around whitefellers, where’s the off button? by Kathy.

At the end of the day, we should all be treated as Australians and the rules should be for all, whites, abos and immigrants.
There are too many rules for each culture, and too many do gooders who help no-one.

Recent Comments by Kathy

A touch of light: shield shrimps
I would be more concerned about the flies. They invade your face, moisture and then move on to the next person. Good transmitters of the virus.


NT may face total COVID-19 lockdown
Why not restrict the members of the communities from leaving and this will help prevent the spread of the virus to the communities.
Supplies can be sent out and internet can provide necessary payments as it does to everyone else.


Incoming Pine Gap personnel to self-isolate like everyone else
Self isolation from overseas guests. Where do they do this?
At the international city they come into or their destination?


Cashless Debit Card will harm: NTCOSS
For too long government and tax payers’ money has been given out in the Territory. Yes, it stays in the Territory, at the grog shops or at the pokies.
Taxpayers’ money is not a given right to take and abuse. It is there to help the less fortunate for food and shelter.
Education and health is free to people on the welfare. All it needs for people on welfare to use it wisely.


CLP candidate Mayor puts demands to Labor CM
We have had drop-in centres, this is a band aid not an answer.
The law is there for all, not just some and not others, or we are called racist.
Law braking is an offence and should be dealt with accordingly not a slap on the wrist and off you go, to do the same thing again, making other citizens lives a scary and wary place to live in Alice Springs.
If my kids were hanging around the town, I am sure the police would be making them their business.


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