May be we will have to boycott the next elections …

Comment on Labor, CLP discuss preference swaps: Scott McConnell by Evelyne Roullet.

May be we will have to boycott the next elections in protest.
As Nelson Mandela has pointed out, boycott is not a principle, it is a tactic depending upon circumstances.

Recent Comments by Evelyne Roullet

Sacred sites authority mum on Melanka trees
Domenico and James, I do not agree with you, James will not be a good politician: Politicians wear masks to hide who they really are and James is true to himself.
Arrogance Mask: Politicians feel dumb and dumber inside.
Economic Idiots Mask: Politicians act intelligent, but are stupid.
Irrationality Mask: Politicians fake reason, but waste tax millions.
Greed-is-Good Mask: Politicians are puppets to a wealthy global elite.
I feel James is too honest.


Guarding his culture with spear, canvas and book
“Open your ears and listen. The senior old men are the ultimate bosses.” Like Kathleen Kemarre Wallace once said :”Listen deeply, come to us we will tell you our culture. Learn from us.That way we will all survive.We share this country. We need to work together and learn from each other.”


Boyer Lectures aim to reignite recognition debate
@ Davo: I worked hard paying taxes for 30 years+ to get the benefits that you will get in turn.
Life expectancy: Living conditions play a large role in life expectancy but [1] women live longer, [2] ethnicity affects life expectancy: [3} looking after oneself is overall important.
“Whenever anyone comments on Aboriginal society, there’s always a whiff of hypocrisy”. Think before talking (writing) do you know me to judge?


Former Anzac Hill High School: time to take stock
James T Smirk, it is quality rather than quantity that matters.
Seneca, Stoic philosopher, a philosophy asserting that virtue (such as wisdom) is happiness and judgment should be based on behavior, rather than words.
Some people talk or write, others act.


Former Anzac Hill High School: time to take stock
See you there, Mike Gillam.


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