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Uluru cave paintings defaced
This is the perfect example of setting double standards. There would be national media coverage if it were non-Aboriginal people who did this.
Blame the parents because when the kids come to town they will do the same things.
Take control of their welfare basic card, or better still get Sudanese security guards to guard the icon of Aboriginal existence and finance this through the gate money cash handouts.

Gunner says fresh talks about gallery at Anzac Hill precinct
“Didn’t ask me or my sons.”
“Luritja, Anmatyerre.”
Jeez, no wonder the Arrente tribe is dysfunctional. Especially when you get urbans commenting on stuff both know nothing about!

Film short on answers for trouble in the streets
@ Kim Hooper: Your response is exactly correct. The film doesn’t provide any form of direction. All it does is pump up Children’s Ground’s square tyres.

Anger with out-of-control kids: council needs to step up
We don’t live and breathe in other towns, people, this is Alice Springs. What’s your solution?

Anger with out-of-control kids: council needs to step up
Out of control is what it is. Where does the blame lie?
Alice Springs has an Aboriginal problem, [people] who have no regard for western rules or property in the municipal area of Alice Springs. It’s also got a bigger problem with Aboriginal youth criminal behaviour which is now just not acceptable! Good people like doctors, lawyers and employees who work in the Aboriginal services industry, providers of fast food shops, their properties are being broken into by thoughtless careless actions.
Churches are being broken into for what? This is a place of calmness and healing.
The Aboriginal medical service is being broken into, they provide care for sick Aboriginal people. All these entities that provide services to Aboriginal people for the benefit of the society of Alice Springs are being treated like shit and laughed upon after he/she has done the crime!
Right now these Aboriginal kids have no understanding of feelings, what is wrong and what is right, what is good and what is bad.
Ask them why and they will shrug the shoulders and say: “I don’t know.”
Go to the prison and talk to the young juveniles in the centre and ask them “where is your father?” He will reply: “He is next door in the big jail.”
Not all but a most of them.
Ask him where is your brother, he is in the big jail! Ask him where is his uncle, he is in the big jail, ask him where is his cousin he will reply, he is in the big jail!
Ask him is there any man in your life who you like to sit down and talk with, when you are happy or when you are sad, he will say no.
Ask him who is the closest to him in his family and he will reply, my nanna. Why your nanna? Because she gives me food and money!
So the true talk is that there is not a male who is around to provide a positive influence on this young male’s life. No male to give him good advice, only the male who has led him away from listening and led him astray and danced with him straight into the courthouse.
Does anyone come and visit you while you are in jail? No, no-one comes and visits us, no family!
This problem can only be fixed by the Aboriginal man and the Aboriginal man has to have an understanding and knowledge of “who’s who in the zoo!”
Please don’t reply with an anonymous name and bag out a fact, add to the conversation with an outpoint for a action to attempt to try and contain this sad plight and make people understand that this is a generation of identity that will be lost and Alice Springs will not recover from this unfruitful plight on its timeline.

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