Nice to see you ugly buggas have the balls to …

Comment on Uranium mining would help to save Alice: Businessmen by Peter Bassett.

Nice to see you ugly buggas have the balls to put your ideas on the front page, but bejeeezuz … don’t upset Liz. She even frightens the crap outa me.
When the one eyed leftards hit NT uranium mining on the head Andamooka was a ghost town and now the leftard undemocratically elected South Australian Government has finally admitted it is broke.
The soon to be constructed Labor promoted Southern Hemisphere’s safest and largest self fueled uranium powered electricity generator will soon solve 50% of Alice’s financial woes … and provide cheap security lighting in your empty dim lit CBD streets. Kind regards as always, Bass.

Recent Comments by Peter Bassett

Hate speech report sparks trolling
Alice Springs Open Community Forum is the only worldwide circulated uncensored daily News from our dying hometown.
You all know the only industry there today is dependant on handouts from Canberra and distributed via the Central Land Council who have been conducting a very successful program of anti tourism development now for over 30 years.
Neither Morrison, Gunner or Ryan have the balls to cure the problem that the Alice Springs News has been promoting since about 1972.
This comment has been snip recorded and will be posted on the only uncensored Alice Springs FaceBook History page called simply Lost Alice Springs.

Minister Lawler determined to demolish Anzac High
I trust Krafty realizes just how many dinkum Centralians who built our beautiful town and are directly connected to the first secondary non segregated education facility in Alice, will not forget who patronised the destruction of our structurally intact and easily restored Anzac Hill High School. Which together with our post WW2 sports oval should have already been classified by the National Trust with the same historic importance as our Hartley Street School is. Gunner and his fiscally inept “team” will also be recorded accordingly.

More heat over Albrecht Oval lights, council digs in
I trust the Sacred Sites Authority, custodial owners and carers for Kare Kwatye have consented to having the most prestigious living sacred site in the Alice Springs destroyed for ever when the optimum viewing time is destroyed by any lighting at all up on this beautiful cloudprint location.

Gallery fiasco: school heritage process ‘massively flawed’
Steve Brown your comment is as disgusting as it is ignorant.
Both Gunner and Ryan will regret any further destruction of our town’s post heritage, and thousands of us also well know the same group responsible for the destruction of Marrons and Turner House are also the main instigators of this blatant purile ignorant attempt to increase the capital value of vacant Todd Mall real estate.
The tourism industry will never revive until the now world famous anti social behaviour and violent crime is curtailed and we all know who has control of that well managed campaign, don’t we.

Centre of attention: Glory days of Anzac Oval in the 1950s
I have restored and posted the entire first Bangtail Muster of 1959, filmed by Mr Fred Angerer on his excellent German 8mm Eumig movie camera.
I know many other genuine senior town elders who well know the sound masonary construction High School building.
With its old asbestos insulation safely removed it should be completely modernised in accordance with latest BCA standards.
It should be turned into to a financially prudent and viable National Trust listed museum and cultural centre befitting our town’s ex service personnel who also constructed the oval soon after postal services were handed back to the civilian post office in Railway Terrace on the 1946 anniversary of the bombing of Darwin.

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