Something has to be done and fast, to stop Aborigines …

Comment on COVID-19 ‘ignorance’ as large crowd attacks police by Evelyne Roullet.

Something has to be done and fast, to stop Aborigines walking in family groups on the footpaths and parks.
How can you tell your children they cannot go to the parks when they see other kids doing it?
This is not a racist comment as I still give water like usually to the old women coming regularly to my gate, but they are not a group: one only comes to the gate and keeps the required distance.

Recent Comments by Evelyne Roullet

Aborigines may defy orders, come to Alice for food: CLC
I do not understand why my comment is racist but the title of the article “Aborigines may defy orders, come to Alice for food” is not.
Plus, what does it has anything to do with France? “This is a disgraceful comment and not to be associated with France.”

Aborigines may defy orders, come to Alice for food: CLC
Frank Baarda: I could not agree more with you: “See us to be the biggest threat.”
Where I live the biggest threat does no come from the Aborigines but from white people. I used to see big mobs on my footpath, not any more as it seems to me they have understood the message of TAKE CARE. I cannot same the same about everybody.

COVID-19 news: Alice Springs woman diagnosed
Yes Dave and I would love to know if the people who flew from Adelaide on Tuesday 31st were told to clean their luggage handle, if the handlers in Perth were told of the dangers of contamination from Adelaide?

Will 14 day self isolation strand bush visitors in Alice?
I think there is a way to beat the 14 days isolation system.
Hypothetically, if I work in a bush community for 14 days, I am in isolation in regard of the town.
I come back to Alice for 14 days in isolation in regard of my community, then I can go back to the community because my work commitment is important.
In my opinion you go and stay with your community or you stay in town.

COVID-19 infected is Harts Range police officer
Thank you Dave, your answer reinforces my opinion: They knew the rules of isolation, therefore should have started it when they arrived, at Yulara village where there is police station and medical clinic.

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