Re: Ian Viner. Rubbish. Commonwealth racism strangles the communities, preventing them …

Comment on The plan to undermine the Land Rights Act by Paul Parker.

Re: Ian Viner.
Rubbish.
Commonwealth racism strangles the communities, preventing them from developing themselves.
Commonwealth obstructs “Traditional Owners” and others from obtaining reasonable leases for small areas of land in these communities to enable development.
Mr Viner IMHO you deliberately mislead Australians suggesting a few thousand quarter acre blocks required for developments in these communities, will result in loss of hundreds of thousands of square kilometres of land which these Commonwealth created Land Trusts own.
Mr Viner, you appear still NOT prepared to address issues and difficulties arising.
Commonwealth prevents these Commonwealth created corporate cowboys from being held accountable, while these Commonwealth created corporate cowboys refuse to manage their lands, refuse to maintain housing, refuse to provide their tenants with reasonable tenancy leases.
These Commonwealth corporate cowboys refuse to provide otherwise basic services provided by other landlords, they act as irresponsible landlords, but you ignore these issues.
Mr Viner, you and Commonwealth support these corporate entities ordering racial segregation of these communities.
You and Commonwealth support these corporate entities ordering racial segregation of families, even segregation of “Traditional Owners” from their families.
You support denial to people living upon these lands of their rights as Australians.
You support denial to people living upon these lands of their opportunities as Australians to do things to help themselves.
Rather than addressing fellow Australians as fellow Australians, you support and promote the use of racial tags.
Central to your approach is qualification of our rights as Australians using racial tags.
Such was and remains racist behaviour.
Such racist behaviour caused the ongoing disadvantage, such racist behaviour is NOT part of the solution.
Commonwealth considers seeking voters endorsement for their imposing apartheid upon Australians.
The Commonwealth supports, promotes and practices segregation of Australian families using racial measurements.
Australians at Federation and again in 1967 voted to ensure NO segregation, NO racial tagging to qualify our rights or responsibilities as Australians.

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