Question: “If Indigenous kids can’t get to know non-Indigenous kids, …

Comment on Zoning: Racial segregation can start in primary school by Scotty.

Question: “If Indigenous kids can’t get to know non-Indigenous kids, how can we have a harmonious community when they grow up?”
Answer: “I don’t want my children to go to school with Aboriginal kids. My reasons and my right, refer below.”
“Many students at Sadadeen come from town camps (Hidden Valley and White Gums), experience high rates of childhood trauma, and live in some of the most socially and economically unjust suburbs in Australia,” says Ms Harrison.
My reason: “Why would I want my children to go to school with children from town camps. They are not by their doing, unhygienic, lice infected and dysfunctional. I don’t want my child subjected to that”.
Let’s bring the parents of the children over for a birthday party? No way.
Money clearly talks. Ms Harrison says the median property price for houses selling in Desert Springs is currently $708,750, and in Eastside is $527,500.
My reason: People in Desert Springs and Golf Course Area are hard working professional people. Should they be sorry that they work hand and can afford nice houses?
A lot of people in Eastside (commission houses) are on welfare and just drink all day spending the tax dollars the people in Desert Springs and Golf Course pay from their pay.

Recent Comments by Scotty

Coles milk sales limit puts Uncle Edy’s at risk
So you require 20 litres of milk per day (140 litres per week).
You state you have eight workers that may lose jobs. All you have to do is five of your workers buy four litres of milk per day.
Problem solved.
Actually what is the problem?


Curfew: sixth time lucky for Cr Melky?
Remember the old days when as youngsters we feared the local sergeant and police in general.
Not now, Police are scrutinised 24/7, have to wear body worn video and cannot work as they want to do.
Bring back old days when if someone was silly enough to muck around they would get a good clip around the ear at the least.
Too many do-gooders these days and until Police are allowed to do their job properly, problem will always be there.
Curfew is a waste of time. Police are not babysitters or parents.


Three killed in road crash
Sorry to be harsh but the offending driver got what he deserved. The only people I feel sorry for are the innocent people in the other vehicle.
Let me guess, the offending driver was an Aboriginal. Not being racist, just an educated guess.
Erwin, I know you might not let this post go through but we all know the truth about whats happening in this town. Why is it wrong to say how it is?

[ED – There was only one person in the other vehicle who was not seriously injured.]


Damien Ryan’s youth curfew dilemma
Night Patrol. Youth Bus. What a waste of money.
Police. They are too busy in this town. Do you expect them to enforce the curfew?
I have a great idea. Remember when you were young and respected police.
If you didn’t they would kick you up the arse and then take you home and tell your parents what you had been up too.
Your dad would then belt you for getting into trouble.
Nowadays, and it will get worse, kids think they can do what they want.
Damaging property and assaulting innocent persons.
The day will come when they pick on the wrong person.


‘Cop will be labelled for the rest of his life as a blackfeller killer’
@ John Bell: Agree with you totally John. Wouldn’t it be great to put these keyboard warriors in a training scenario where they have to deal with an edged weapon attacker.
Now after they do get stabbed (which they will) think about real life. You are dead possibly. Police have a right to defend themselves, gun v edged weapon.
Don’t attack police. Why do police carry guns. To protect themselves and others.
@ Davo: You watch too much US TV shows.
@ FTP: Like to see you disarm armed offender on edged weapon. Read John’s comments and study edged weapon v gun situations (Youtube).
@ Confused: Refer above.


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