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Pelican
2018-06-24 22:49:43 UTC
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The report on the stolen generations highlighted the disaster of people
living in aboriginal communities in remote and extremely remote
locations. Many recommendations were made, most of which are useless.
The report was created by utter fuckwits about a small group of
Australians who have chosen to live in poverty forever.

The report is here -
https://www.humanrights.gov.au/our-work/aboriginal-and-torres-strait-islander-social-justice/publications/bringing-them-home-stolen

Here is a recent ABC radio report by the cretins in the ABC who have NFI
about the problem, and even less of an idea about dealing with it -
http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/earshot/a-wicked-problem/9532146.
It runs for about 25 minutes. Listen and weep.
de chucka
2018-06-24 23:06:26 UTC
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The report on the stolen generations highlighted the disaster of people
living in aboriginal communities in remote and extremely remote
locations.  Many recommendations were made, most of which are useless.
The report was created by utter fuckwits
Come on Pelican that was so 3 months ago. Are you bored so you decided
to spew some vindictive shit debasing people who actually spent time
looking at the situation.
Pelican
2018-06-24 23:25:44 UTC
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The report on the stolen generations highlighted the disaster of
people living in aboriginal communities in remote and extremely remote
locations.  Many recommendations were made, most of which are useless.
The report was created by utter fuckwits
Come on Pelican that was so 3 months ago. Are you bored so you decided
to spew some vindictive shit debasing people who actually spent time
looking at the situation.
The report was dated 1997, you ignorant buffoon. The situation since
then has become worse for people living in aboriginal communities, with
no change in sight.

Who are those people you claim are spending time looking at the
situation? I would tell you, but that would be casting putting pearls
before swine.
de chucka
2018-06-24 23:54:54 UTC
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The report on the stolen generations highlighted the disaster of
people living in aboriginal communities in remote and extremely
remote locations.  Many recommendations were made, most of which are
useless. The report was created by utter fuckwits
Come on Pelican that was so 3 months ago. Are you bored so you decided
to spew some vindictive shit debasing people who actually spent time
looking at the situation.
The report was dated 1997, you ignorant buffoon.
The ABC program that you cited was March this year

The situation since
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then has become worse for people living in aboriginal communities, with
no change in sight.
Who are those people you claim are spending time looking at the
situation?
The ones that wrote the report and their researchers
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I would tell you, but that would be casting putting pearls
before swine.
You can't as always you spew BS that you can't back up
Pelican
2018-06-25 00:03:28 UTC
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The report on the stolen generations highlighted the disaster of
people living in aboriginal communities in remote and extremely
remote locations.  Many recommendations were made, most of which are
useless. The report was created by utter fuckwits
Come on Pelican that was so 3 months ago. Are you bored so you
decided to spew some vindictive shit debasing people who actually
spent time looking at the situation.
The report was dated 1997, you ignorant buffoon.
The ABC program that you cited was March this year
 The situation since
Post by Pelican
then has become worse for people living in aboriginal communities,
with no change in sight.
Who are those people you claim are spending time looking at the
situation?
The ones that wrote the report and their researchers
 >I would tell you, but that would be casting putting pearls
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before swine.
You can't as always you spew BS that you can't back up
What I actually said was that the 1997 report was bullshit, the cited
report was bullshit, and that the situation of Australians living in
remote and extremely remote communities was bad and is getting worse.

You, however, call that BS and claim I can't back it up. The 1997
report and the ABC report back it up, you stupid clown.

Did you actually both to listen to the ABC report? Obviously, not.
de chucka
2018-06-25 00:47:03 UTC
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The report on the stolen generations highlighted the disaster of
people living in aboriginal communities in remote and extremely
remote locations.  Many recommendations were made, most of which
are useless. The report was created by utter fuckwits
Come on Pelican that was so 3 months ago. Are you bored so you
decided to spew some vindictive shit debasing people who actually
spent time looking at the situation.
The report was dated 1997, you ignorant buffoon.
The ABC program that you cited was March this year
  The situation since
Post by Pelican
then has become worse for people living in aboriginal communities,
with no change in sight.
Who are those people you claim are spending time looking at the
situation?
The ones that wrote the report and their researchers
  >I would tell you, but that would be casting putting pearls
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before swine.
You can't as always you spew BS that you can't back up
What I actually said was that the 1997 report was bullshit, the cited
report was bullshit,
You also said the people who wrote the reports were fuckwits


and that the situation of Australians living in
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remote and extremely remote communities was bad and is getting worse.
You, however, call that BS and claim I can't back it up.  The 1997
report and the ABC report back it up, you stupid clown.
You really are frothing in rage? this morning.
1) You can't remember what you wrote
2) You didn't realise one of your cites was from March 2018
3) You can't follow a thread so can't figure out what " You can't as
always you spew BS that you can't back up" was referring to.
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Did you actually both to listen to the ABC report?  Obviously, not.
I heard it at the time, I'm rather an avid listener of RN
Pelican
2018-06-25 01:39:10 UTC
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The report on the stolen generations highlighted the disaster of
people living in aboriginal communities in remote and extremely
remote locations.  Many recommendations were made, most of which
are useless. The report was created by utter fuckwits
Come on Pelican that was so 3 months ago. Are you bored so you
decided to spew some vindictive shit debasing people who actually
spent time looking at the situation.
The report was dated 1997, you ignorant buffoon.
The ABC program that you cited was March this year
  The situation since
Post by Pelican
then has become worse for people living in aboriginal communities,
with no change in sight.
Who are those people you claim are spending time looking at the
situation?
The ones that wrote the report and their researchers
I would tell you, but that would be casting pearls
before swine.
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You can't as always you spew BS that you can't back up
What I actually said was that the 1997 report was bullshit, the cited
report was bullshit,
You also said the people who wrote the reports were fuckwits
They were.
Post by de chucka
and that the situation of Australians living in
remote and extremely remote communities was bad and is getting worse.
You, however, call that BS and claim I can't back it up.  The 1997
report and the ABC report back it up, you stupid clown.
You really are frothing in rage? this morning.
2) You didn't realise one of your cites was from March 2018
3) You can't follow a thread so can't figure out what " You can't as
always you spew BS that you can't back up" was referring to.
Did you actually both to listen to the ABC report?  Obviously, not.
I heard it at the time, I'm rather an avid listener of RN
Deaf, eh?
de chucka
2018-06-25 01:57:53 UTC
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You also said the people who wrote the reports were fuckwits
They were.
Really? Lets see the analysis you used to reach this profound and well
argued ;-) conclusion
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and that the situation of Australians living in
Post by Pelican
remote and extremely remote communities was bad and is getting worse.
You, however, call that BS and claim I can't back it up.  The 1997
report and the ABC report back it up, you stupid clown.
You really are frothing in rage? this morning.
2) You didn't realise one of your cites was from March 2018
3) You can't follow a thread so can't figure out what " You can't as
always you spew BS that you can't back up" was referring to.
Post by Pelican
Did you actually both to listen to the ABC report?  Obviously, not.
I heard it at the time, I'm rather an avid listener of RN
Deaf, eh?
If I heard it I obviously can't be deaf.
Lions Growl of Butchers Foul
2018-06-25 04:39:58 UTC
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You also said the people who wrote the reports were fuckwits
They were.
Really? Lets see the analysis you used to reach this profound and well
argued ;-) conclusion
Let's hear it from Ronald Wilson himself:
"SIR RONALD WILSON: The word 'stolen' has come into the language to describe people who were removed by compulsion, duress, or undue influence. Now, that covers a range of circumstances from simple surrender with the consent of the parents to forcible arbitrary taking."

So he allowed a report to be released which allowed the word "stolen" to be used in the context of "surrender with the consent of the parents".

"....critics come down to the actual personal stories and say, 'I didn't cross-examine them. I didn't look for corroboration.' Those were not the important points."

So he allowed a report to be released that repeated uncorroborated stories, many of which were known to be non-factual. But apparently fact was "not the important points".

Who were some of these "stolen" children?
Lois O'Donohue claimed to be one of them. However even at the time of the report it was already known that her parents took her to be educated by the Baptist Mission at Oodnadatta, education that helped her escape the cycle of poverty that pertained in remote communities, as her parents intended.
Good on the Baptists.
And yet O'Donohue was allowed to claim she had been "stolen":
https://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/blogs/andrew-bolt/odonoghue-now-stolen-again/news-story/a84099e5e579d2678814121f3884da66
Pelican
2018-06-25 05:49:41 UTC
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You also said the people who wrote the reports were fuckwits
They were.
Really? Lets see the analysis you used to reach this profound and well
argued ;-) conclusion
"SIR RONALD WILSON: The word 'stolen' has come into the language to describe people who were removed by compulsion, duress, or undue influence. Now, that covers a range of circumstances from simple surrender with the consent of the parents to forcible arbitrary taking."
So he allowed a report to be released which allowed the word "stolen" to be used in the context of "surrender with the consent of the parents".
"....critics come down to the actual personal stories and say, 'I didn't cross-examine them. I didn't look for corroboration.' Those were not the important points."
So he allowed a report to be released that repeated uncorroborated stories, many of which were known to be non-factual. But apparently fact was "not the important points".
Who were some of these "stolen" children?
Lois O'Donohue claimed to be one of them. However even at the time of the report it was already known that her parents took her to be educated by the Baptist Mission at Oodnadatta, education that helped her escape the cycle of poverty that pertained in remote communities, as her parents intended.
Good on the Baptists.
https://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/blogs/andrew-bolt/odonoghue-now-stolen-again/news-story/a84099e5e579d2678814121f3884da66
That's now ancient history, and many of these people have died.

The current situation is that the language of the stolen children has
been adopted by aborigines and applied to any situation where, for
whatever reason, aboriginal children are removed from their families.
It is clear that the removal of children is a feature of distressed
families in poverty, and there are far too many aboriginal families in
that situation. If anything, there are aboriginal children not being
removed from families.

All of which detracts from the fundamental issues of what needs to be
done to deal with the problem of poverty in aboriginal communities.
Repeating the nonsense of "stolen generations" and "aboriginal deaths in
custody" and aboriginals in youth detention or jail merely deflects
attention from the key issues.
de chucka
2018-06-25 05:58:37 UTC
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You also said the people who wrote the reports were fuckwits
They were.
Really? Lets see the analysis you used to reach this profound and well
argued ;-) conclusion
"SIR RONALD WILSON: The word 'stolen' has come into the language to
describe people who were removed by compulsion, duress, or undue
influence. Now, that covers a range of circumstances from simple
surrender with the consent of the parents to forcible arbitrary taking."
So he allowed a report to be released which allowed the word "stolen"
to be used in the context of "surrender with the consent of the parents".
"....critics come down to the actual personal stories and say, 'I
didn't cross-examine them. I didn't look for corroboration.' Those
were not the important points."
So he allowed a report to be released that repeated uncorroborated
stories, many of which were known to be non-factual. But apparently
fact was "not the important points".
Who were some of these "stolen" children?
Lois O'Donohue claimed to be one of them. However even at the time of
the report it was already known that her parents took her to be
educated by the Baptist Mission at Oodnadatta, education that helped
her escape the cycle of poverty that pertained in remote communities,
as her parents intended.
Good on the Baptists.
https://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/blogs/andrew-bolt/odonoghue-now-stolen-again/news-story/a84099e5e579d2678814121f3884da66
That's now ancient history, and many of these people have died.
The current situation is that the language of the stolen children has
been adopted by aborigines and applied to any situation where, for
whatever reason, aboriginal children are removed from their families.
It is clear that the removal of children is a feature of distressed
families in poverty, and there are far too many aboriginal families in
that situation.  If anything, there are aboriginal children not being
removed from families.
All of which detracts from the fundamental issues of what needs to be
done to deal with the problem of poverty in aboriginal communities.
Repeating the nonsense of "stolen generations" and "aboriginal deaths in
custody" and aboriginals in youth detention or jail merely deflects
attention from the key issues.
So there is no basis for calling the people who wrote the report fuckwits!!

Thank-you Come again
Pelican
2018-06-25 06:00:45 UTC
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Post by de chucka
You also said the people who wrote the reports were fuckwits
They were.
Really? Lets see the analysis you used to reach this profound and well
argued ;-) conclusion
"SIR RONALD WILSON: The word 'stolen' has come into the language to
describe people who were removed by compulsion, duress, or undue
influence. Now, that covers a range of circumstances from simple
surrender with the consent of the parents to forcible arbitrary taking."
So he allowed a report to be released which allowed the word "stolen"
to be used in the context of "surrender with the consent of the parents".
"....critics come down to the actual personal stories and say, 'I
didn't cross-examine them. I didn't look for corroboration.' Those
were not the important points."
So he allowed a report to be released that repeated uncorroborated
stories, many of which were known to be non-factual. But apparently
fact was "not the important points".
Who were some of these "stolen" children?
Lois O'Donohue claimed to be one of them. However even at the time of
the report it was already known that her parents took her to be
educated by the Baptist Mission at Oodnadatta, education that helped
her escape the cycle of poverty that pertained in remote communities,
as her parents intended.
Good on the Baptists.
https://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/blogs/andrew-bolt/odonoghue-now-stolen-again/news-story/a84099e5e579d2678814121f3884da66
That's now ancient history, and many of these people have died.
The current situation is that the language of the stolen children has
been adopted by aborigines and applied to any situation where, for
whatever reason, aboriginal children are removed from their families.
It is clear that the removal of children is a feature of distressed
families in poverty, and there are far too many aboriginal families in
that situation.  If anything, there are aboriginal children not being
removed from families.
All of which detracts from the fundamental issues of what needs to be
done to deal with the problem of poverty in aboriginal communities.
Repeating the nonsense of "stolen generations" and "aboriginal deaths
in custody" and aboriginals in youth detention or jail merely deflects
attention from the key issues.
So there is no basis for calling the people who wrote the report fuckwits!!
There is a basis, fuckwit. You are just too stupid to realise it.
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Thank-you  Come again
GAGF, again.
de chucka
2018-06-25 06:08:23 UTC
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Post by de chucka
You also said the people who wrote the reports were fuckwits
They were.
Really? Lets see the analysis you used to reach this profound and well
argued ;-) conclusion
"SIR RONALD WILSON: The word 'stolen' has come into the language to
describe people who were removed by compulsion, duress, or undue
influence. Now, that covers a range of circumstances from simple
surrender with the consent of the parents to forcible arbitrary taking."
So he allowed a report to be released which allowed the word
"stolen" to be used in the context of "surrender with the consent of
the parents".
"....critics come down to the actual personal stories and say, 'I
didn't cross-examine them. I didn't look for corroboration.' Those
were not the important points."
So he allowed a report to be released that repeated uncorroborated
stories, many of which were known to be non-factual. But apparently
fact was "not the important points".
Who were some of these "stolen" children?
Lois O'Donohue claimed to be one of them. However even at the time
of the report it was already known that her parents took her to be
educated by the Baptist Mission at Oodnadatta, education that helped
her escape the cycle of poverty that pertained in remote
communities, as her parents intended.
Good on the Baptists.
https://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/blogs/andrew-bolt/odonoghue-now-stolen-again/news-story/a84099e5e579d2678814121f3884da66
That's now ancient history, and many of these people have died.
The current situation is that the language of the stolen children has
been adopted by aborigines and applied to any situation where, for
whatever reason, aboriginal children are removed from their families.
It is clear that the removal of children is a feature of distressed
families in poverty, and there are far too many aboriginal families
in that situation.  If anything, there are aboriginal children not
being removed from families.
All of which detracts from the fundamental issues of what needs to be
done to deal with the problem of poverty in aboriginal communities.
Repeating the nonsense of "stolen generations" and "aboriginal deaths
in custody" and aboriginals in youth detention or jail merely
deflects attention from the key issues.
So there is no basis for calling the people who wrote the report fuckwits!!
There is a basis, fuckwit.
That you are incapable of showing

  You are just too stupid to realise it.
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Thank-you  Come again
GAGF, again.
R U Murtz's love child?
Rod Speed
2018-06-25 06:17:18 UTC
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You also said the people who wrote the reports were fuckwits
They were.
Really? Lets see the analysis you used to reach this profound and well
argued ;-) conclusion
"SIR RONALD WILSON: The word 'stolen' has come into the language to
describe people who were removed by compulsion, duress, or undue
influence. Now, that covers a range of circumstances from simple
surrender with the consent of the parents to forcible arbitrary taking."
So he allowed a report to be released which allowed the word "stolen"
to be used in the context of "surrender with the consent of the parents".
"....critics come down to the actual personal stories and say, 'I
didn't cross-examine them. I didn't look for corroboration.' Those were
not the important points."
So he allowed a report to be released that repeated uncorroborated
stories, many of which were known to be non-factual. But apparently fact
was "not the important points".
Who were some of these "stolen" children?
Lois O'Donohue claimed to be one of them. However even at the time of the
report it was already known that her parents took her to be educated by
the Baptist Mission at Oodnadatta, education that helped her escape the
cycle of poverty that pertained in remote communities, as her parents
intended.
Good on the Baptists.
https://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/blogs/andrew-bolt/odonoghue-now-stolen-again/news-story/a84099e5e579d2678814121f3884da66
That's now ancient history, and many of these people have died.
The current situation is that the language of the stolen children has been
adopted by aborigines and applied to any situation where, for whatever
reason, aboriginal children are removed from their families.
It is clear that the removal of children is a feature of distressed
families in poverty, and there are far too many aboriginal families in
that situation. If anything, there are aboriginal children not being
removed from families.
All of which detracts from the fundamental issues of what needs to be done
to deal with the problem of poverty in aboriginal communities.
That’s not something that can be 'dealt with'

Even paying them the same dole etc that anyone else gets just made that
worse.
Post by Pelican
Repeating the nonsense of "stolen generations" and "aboriginal deaths in
custody" and aboriginals in youth detention or jail merely deflects
attention from the key issues.
Not even the gung ho intervention by Mal Brough made any difference at all.

There is no 'solution', we've tried everything, nothing works.
Peter Jason
2018-06-26 03:46:27 UTC
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On Mon, 25 Jun 2018 16:17:18 +1000, "Rod Speed"
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Post by de chucka
You also said the people who wrote the reports were fuckwits
They were.
Really? Lets see the analysis you used to reach this profound and well
argued ;-) conclusion
"SIR RONALD WILSON: The word 'stolen' has come into the language to
describe people who were removed by compulsion, duress, or undue
influence. Now, that covers a range of circumstances from simple
surrender with the consent of the parents to forcible arbitrary taking."
So he allowed a report to be released which allowed the word "stolen"
to be used in the context of "surrender with the consent of the parents".
"....critics come down to the actual personal stories and say, 'I
didn't cross-examine them. I didn't look for corroboration.' Those were
not the important points."
So he allowed a report to be released that repeated uncorroborated
stories, many of which were known to be non-factual. But apparently fact
was "not the important points".
Who were some of these "stolen" children?
Lois O'Donohue claimed to be one of them. However even at the time of the
report it was already known that her parents took her to be educated by
the Baptist Mission at Oodnadatta, education that helped her escape the
cycle of poverty that pertained in remote communities, as her parents
intended.
Good on the Baptists.
https://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/blogs/andrew-bolt/odonoghue-now-stolen-again/news-story/a84099e5e579d2678814121f3884da66
That's now ancient history, and many of these people have died.
The current situation is that the language of the stolen children has been
adopted by aborigines and applied to any situation where, for whatever
reason, aboriginal children are removed from their families.
It is clear that the removal of children is a feature of distressed
families in poverty, and there are far too many aboriginal families in
that situation. If anything, there are aboriginal children not being
removed from families.
All of which detracts from the fundamental issues of what needs to be done
to deal with the problem of poverty in aboriginal communities.
That’s not something that can be 'dealt with'
Even paying them the same dole etc that anyone else gets just made that
worse.
Post by Pelican
Repeating the nonsense of "stolen generations" and "aboriginal deaths in
custody" and aboriginals in youth detention or jail merely deflects
attention from the key issues.
Not even the gung ho intervention by Mal Brough made any difference at all.
There is no 'solution', we've tried everything, nothing works.
You haven't tried lacing the water supply, nor the
booze, with contraceptives.
Rod Speed
2018-06-26 06:14:19 UTC
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On Mon, 25 Jun 2018 16:17:18 +1000, "Rod Speed"
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Post by de chucka
You also said the people who wrote the reports were fuckwits
They were.
Really? Lets see the analysis you used to reach this profound and well
argued ;-) conclusion
"SIR RONALD WILSON: The word 'stolen' has come into the language to
describe people who were removed by compulsion, duress, or undue
influence. Now, that covers a range of circumstances from simple
surrender with the consent of the parents to forcible arbitrary taking."
So he allowed a report to be released which allowed the word "stolen"
to be used in the context of "surrender with the consent of the parents".
"....critics come down to the actual personal stories and say, 'I
didn't cross-examine them. I didn't look for corroboration.' Those were
not the important points."
So he allowed a report to be released that repeated uncorroborated
stories, many of which were known to be non-factual. But apparently fact
was "not the important points".
Who were some of these "stolen" children?
Lois O'Donohue claimed to be one of them. However even at the time of the
report it was already known that her parents took her to be educated by
the Baptist Mission at Oodnadatta, education that helped her escape the
cycle of poverty that pertained in remote communities, as her parents
intended.
Good on the Baptists.
https://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/blogs/andrew-bolt/odonoghue-now-stolen-again/news-story/a84099e5e579d2678814121f3884da66
That's now ancient history, and many of these people have died.
The current situation is that the language of the stolen children has been
adopted by aborigines and applied to any situation where, for whatever
reason, aboriginal children are removed from their families.
It is clear that the removal of children is a feature of distressed
families in poverty, and there are far too many aboriginal families in
that situation. If anything, there are aboriginal children not being
removed from families.
All of which detracts from the fundamental issues of what needs to be done
to deal with the problem of poverty in aboriginal communities.
That's not something that can be 'dealt with'
Even paying them the same dole etc that anyone else gets just made that
worse.
Post by Pelican
Repeating the nonsense of "stolen generations" and "aboriginal deaths in
custody" and aboriginals in youth detention or jail merely deflects
attention from the key issues.
Not even the gung ho intervention by Mal Brough made any difference at all.
There is no 'solution', we've tried everything, nothing works.
You haven't tried lacing the water supply, nor the
booze, with contraceptives.
Yep, that's been tried too.
Rod Speed
2018-06-25 06:02:29 UTC
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The report on the stolen generations highlighted the disaster of people
living in aboriginal communities in remote and extremely remote
locations. Many recommendations were made, most of which are useless.
The report was created by utter fuckwits
Come on Pelican that was so 3 months ago. Are you bored so you decided to
spew some vindictive shit debasing people who actually spent time looking
at the situation.
The report was dated 1997, you ignorant buffoon. The situation since then
has become worse for people living in aboriginal communities,
What is the evidence that its getting worse ?
with no change in sight.
Unsurprising. We gave up on forcing them out of those
cess pits of humanity because that didn’t work either.
Who are those people you claim are spending time looking at the situation?
I would tell you, but that would be casting putting pearls before swine.
Pelican
2018-06-25 06:12:08 UTC
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The report on the stolen generations highlighted the disaster of
people living in aboriginal communities in remote and extremely
remote locations.  Many recommendations were made, most of which are
useless. The report was created by utter fuckwits
Come on Pelican that was so 3 months ago. Are you bored so you
decided to spew some vindictive shit debasing people who actually
spent time looking at the situation.
The report was dated 1997, you ignorant buffoon.  The situation since
then has become worse for people living in aboriginal communities,
What is the evidence that its getting worse ?
Did you bother to listen to the ABC report?
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with no change in sight.
Unsurprising. We gave up on forcing them out of those
cess pits of humanity because that didn’t work either.
9/10ths of the aboriginal population of Australia have moved out into
the mainstream. No-one forced them out. The remaining 1/10th needn't
be forced out, either. Those aboriginal communities can make their own
decisions.
Rod Speed
2018-06-26 01:57:40 UTC
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The report on the stolen generations highlighted the disaster of
people living in aboriginal communities in remote and extremely remote
locations. Many recommendations were made, most of which are useless.
The report was created by utter fuckwits
Come on Pelican that was so 3 months ago. Are you bored so you decided
to spew some vindictive shit debasing people who actually spent time
looking at the situation.
The report was dated 1997, you ignorant buffoon. The situation since
then has become worse for people living in aboriginal communities,
What is the evidence that its getting worse ?
Did you bother to listen to the ABC report?
Yep, no evidence for that presented there.
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with no change in sight.
Unsurprising. We gave up on forcing them out of those
cess pits of humanity because that didn’t work either.
9/10ths of the aboriginal population of Australia have moved out into the
mainstream. No-one forced them out.
Pity about Wadeye and Palm Island alone.
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The remaining 1/10th needn't be forced out, either. Those aboriginal
communities can make their own decisions.
They've been doing that for decades now and look what that has produced.
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2018-06-25 05:58:44 UTC
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The report on the stolen generations highlighted the disaster of people
living in aboriginal communities in remote and extremely remote
locations. Many recommendations were made, most of which are useless.
The report was created by utter fuckwits
Come on Pelican that was so 3 months ago. Are you bored so you decided to
spew some vindictive shit debasing people who actually spent time looking
at the situation.
But who clearly don’t have a fucking clue about what they looked at.
de chucka
2018-06-25 06:10:53 UTC
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The report on the stolen generations highlighted the disaster of
people living in aboriginal communities in remote and extremely
remote locations.  Many recommendations were made, most of which are
useless. The report was created by utter fuckwits
Come on Pelican that was so 3 months ago. Are you bored so you decided
to spew some vindictive shit debasing people who actually spent time
looking at the situation.
But who clearly don’t have a fucking clue about what they looked at.
Give us a précis of the problem you see in the report, may be address
each of the recommendations and give us your incites into solving the
problem.
Rod Speed
2018-06-26 01:55:27 UTC
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The report on the stolen generations highlighted the disaster of people
living in aboriginal communities in remote and extremely remote
locations. Many recommendations were made, most of which are useless.
The report was created by utter fuckwits
Come on Pelican that was so 3 months ago. Are you bored so you decided
to spew some vindictive shit debasing people who actually spent time
looking at the situation.
But who clearly don’t have a fucking clue about what they looked at.
Give us a précis of the problem you see in the report,
They were too stupid to even be able to work out that while
ever those remote abo communitys have sweet fuck all in the
way of real employment opportunitys for anything but a tiny
handful of individuals to run the checkout in the store and do
a bit of the stuff the local council does everywhere else, that
they will always be an utter cess pit of humanity that will see
the rest of the 'community' with nothing whatever to do except
get drunk or drugged and piss their 'lives' against the wall and
that in the circumstances its hardly surprising that so many
of their kids decided to kill themselves.
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may be address each of the recommendations
No point, not one of them makes any sense at all.
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and give us your incites into solving the problem.
There is way to solve the problems. We've tried everything
from forcibly removing them all to other cess pits like
Wadeye and Palm Island where not only is there precisely
the same fundamental problems, but we see endless tribal
violence added to the other fundamental problems.

Even the most gung ho approach that Brough attempted
and what Forrest attempted didn’t fucking work.
de chucka
2018-06-26 02:04:39 UTC
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The report on the stolen generations highlighted the disaster of
people living in aboriginal communities in remote and extremely
remote locations.  Many recommendations were made, most of which
are useless. The report was created by utter fuckwits
Come on Pelican that was so 3 months ago. Are you bored so you
decided to spew some vindictive shit debasing people who actually
spent time looking at the situation.
But who clearly don’t have a fucking clue about what they looked at.
Give us a précis of the problem you see in the report,
They were too stupid to even be able to work out that while
ever those remote abo communitys have sweet fuck all in the
way of real employment opportunitys for anything but a tiny
handful of individuals to run the checkout in the store and do
a bit of the stuff the local council does everywhere else, that
they will always be an utter cess pit of humanity that will see
the rest of the 'community' with nothing whatever to do except
get drunk or drugged and piss their 'lives' against the wall and
that in the circumstances its hardly surprising that so many
of their kids decided to kill themselves.
That wasn't in the report
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may be address each of the recommendations
No point, not one of them makes any sense at all.
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and give us your incites into solving the problem.
There is way to solve the problems. We've tried everything
from forcibly removing them all to other cess pits like
Wadeye and Palm Island where not only is there precisely
the same fundamental problems, but we see endless tribal
violence added to the other fundamental problems.
Yep the Queensland Gov certainly stuffed up Palm Island didn't they. Not
one of the great examples of intervention, Same applies to Wadeye but
that time it was the Church
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Even the most gung ho approach that Brough attempted
and what Forrest attempted didn’t fucking work.
Rod Speed
2018-06-26 06:07:25 UTC
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The report on the stolen generations highlighted the disaster of
people living in aboriginal communities in remote and extremely
remote locations. Many recommendations were made, most of which are
useless. The report was created by utter fuckwits
Come on Pelican that was so 3 months ago. Are you bored so you decided
to spew some vindictive shit debasing people who actually spent time
looking at the situation.
But who clearly don’t have a fucking clue about what they looked at.
Give us a précis of the problem you see in the report,
They were too stupid to even be able to work out that while
ever those remote abo communitys have sweet fuck all in the
way of real employment opportunitys for anything but a tiny
handful of individuals to run the checkout in the store and do
a bit of the stuff the local council does everywhere else, that
they will always be an utter cess pit of humanity that will see
the rest of the 'community' with nothing whatever to do except
get drunk or drugged and piss their 'lives' against the wall and
that in the circumstances its hardly surprising that so many
of their kids decided to kill themselves.
That wasn't in the report
Like I just said, that fuckwit couldn’t
even work out that that is the problem.
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may be address each of the recommendations
No point, not one of them makes any sense at all.
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and give us your incites into solving the problem.
There is way to solve the problems. We've tried everything
Missed out the no.

There is no way to solve the problems. We've tried everything
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from forcibly removing them all to other cess pits like
Wadeye and Palm Island where not only is there precisely
the same fundamental problems, but we see endless tribal
violence added to the other fundamental problems.
Yep the Queensland Gov certainly stuffed up Palm Island didn't they.
Everyone else who tried that approach did too. It wasn’t just the
Qld govt, that happened in the NT and in WA and Tasmania too.

Wasn’t so common in NSW, Vic and SA.
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Not one of the great examples of intervention, Same applies to Wadeye but
that time it was the Church
No it was not. They were certainly the ones that established
the mission there and moved it, but it wasn’t the church that
forcibly moved most of those that ended up there, there and
produced a hell of a tribal mix that still sees the stupid bastards
ripping each others throats out every chance they get to do that.
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Even the most gung ho approach that Brough attempted
and what Forrest attempted didn’t fucking work.
FMurtz
2018-06-25 05:11:02 UTC
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The report on the stolen generations highlighted the disaster of people
living in aboriginal communities in remote and extremely remote
locations.  Many recommendations were made, most of which are useless.
The report was created by utter fuckwits about a small group of
Australians who have chosen to live in poverty forever.
The report is here -
https://www.humanrights.gov.au/our-work/aboriginal-and-torres-strait-islander-social-justice/publications/bringing-them-home-stolen
Here is a recent ABC radio report
You mean the gay bc.
by the cretins in the ABC who have NFI
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about the problem, and even less of an idea about dealing with it -
http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/earshot/a-wicked-problem/9532146.
 It runs for about 25 minutes.  Listen and weep.
de chucka
2018-06-25 05:16:10 UTC
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The report on the stolen generations highlighted the disaster of
people living in aboriginal communities in remote and extremely remote
locations.  Many recommendations were made, most of which are useless.
The report was created by utter fuckwits about a small group of
Australians who have chosen to live in poverty forever.
The report is here -
https://www.humanrights.gov.au/our-work/aboriginal-and-torres-strait-islander-social-justice/publications/bringing-them-home-stolen
Here is a recent ABC radio report
You mean the gay bc.
Oh dear little murtzy thinks a homophobic slur is devastating
FMurtz
2018-06-25 09:00:28 UTC
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The report on the stolen generations highlighted the disaster of
people living in aboriginal communities in remote and extremely
remote locations.  Many recommendations were made, most of which are
useless. The report was created by utter fuckwits about a small group
of Australians who have chosen to live in poverty forever.
The report is here -
https://www.humanrights.gov.au/our-work/aboriginal-and-torres-strait-islander-social-justice/publications/bringing-them-home-stolen
Here is a recent ABC radio report
You mean the gay bc.
Oh dear little murtzy thinks a homophobic slur is devastating
Is being gay a slur?
Lions Growl of Butchers Foul
2018-06-25 20:03:58 UTC
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The report on the stolen generations highlighted the disaster of
people living in aboriginal communities in remote and extremely
remote locations.  Many recommendations were made, most of which are
useless. The report was created by utter fuckwits about a small group
of Australians who have chosen to live in poverty forever.
The report is here -
https://www.humanrights.gov.au/our-work/aboriginal-and-torres-strait-islander-social-justice/publications/bringing-them-home-stolen
Here is a recent ABC radio report
You mean the gay bc.
Oh dear little murtzy thinks a homophobic slur is devastating
Is being gay a slur?
Yes. That's why they appropriated the word "gay" as a form of denial. It's a horrible thing to suffer from.
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2018-06-25 20:56:55 UTC
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The report on the stolen generations highlighted the disaster of
people living in aboriginal communities in remote and extremely
remote locations.  Many recommendations were made, most of which are
useless. The report was created by utter fuckwits about a small
group of Australians who have chosen to live in poverty forever.
The report is here -
https://www.humanrights.gov.au/our-work/aboriginal-and-torres-strait-islander-social-justice/publications/bringing-them-home-stolen
Here is a recent ABC radio report
You mean the gay bc.
Oh dear little murtzy thinks a homophobic slur is devastating
Is being gay a slur?
Oh so you didn't mean it as a slur, how did you mean it and why did you
raise it?
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2018-06-26 09:16:18 UTC
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The report on the stolen generations highlighted the disaster of
people living in aboriginal communities in remote and extremely
remote locations.  Many recommendations were made, most of which
are useless. The report was created by utter fuckwits about a small
group of Australians who have chosen to live in poverty forever.
The report is here -
https://www.humanrights.gov.au/our-work/aboriginal-and-torres-strait-islander-social-justice/publications/bringing-them-home-stolen
Here is a recent ABC radio report
You mean the gay bc.
Oh dear little murtzy thinks a homophobic slur is devastating
Is being gay a slur?
Oh so you didn't mean it as a slur, how did you mean it and why did you
raise it?
Because the ratio is higher than other stations which may explain ABC bias.
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2018-06-25 06:07:06 UTC
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The report on the stolen generations highlighted the disaster of people
living in aboriginal communities in remote and extremely remote
locations. Many recommendations were made, most of which are useless.
The report was created by utter fuckwits about a small group of
Australians who have chosen to live in poverty forever.
The report is here -
https://www.humanrights.gov.au/our-work/aboriginal-and-torres-strait-islander-social-justice/publications/bringing-them-home-stolen
Here is a recent ABC radio report
You mean the gay bc.
The Doogue isnt gay and neither are Adams or Swan.
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by the cretins in the ABC who have NFI
about the problem, and even less of an idea about dealing with it -
http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/earshot/a-wicked-problem/9532146.
It runs for about 25 minutes. Listen and weep.
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2018-06-26 03:44:22 UTC
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The report on the stolen generations highlighted the disaster of people
living in aboriginal communities in remote and extremely remote
locations. Many recommendations were made, most of which are useless.
The report was created by utter fuckwits about a small group of
Australians who have chosen to live in poverty forever.
The report is here -
https://www.humanrights.gov.au/our-work/aboriginal-and-torres-strait-islander-social-justice/publications/bringing-them-home-stolen
Here is a recent ABC radio report by the cretins in the ABC who have NFI
about the problem, and even less of an idea about dealing with it -
http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/earshot/a-wicked-problem/9532146.
It runs for about 25 minutes. Listen and weep.
Even Shakespeare knew the cause....

"Well, this is what happens when men let
themselves be ruled by women. ......" (RIII Act1)

But the problem is not new:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cultural_assimilation_of_Native_Americans

Until the "stolen" generation is recognized as
what it is, the Rescued Generation, all will
continue.
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2018-06-26 06:13:29 UTC
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The report on the stolen generations highlighted the disaster of people
living in aboriginal communities in remote and extremely remote
locations. Many recommendations were made, most of which are useless.
The report was created by utter fuckwits about a small group of
Australians who have chosen to live in poverty forever.
The report is here -
https://www.humanrights.gov.au/our-work/aboriginal-and-torres-strait-islander-social-justice/publications/bringing-them-home-stolen
Here is a recent ABC radio report by the cretins in the ABC who have NFI
about the problem, and even less of an idea about dealing with it -
http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/earshot/a-wicked-problem/9532146.
It runs for about 25 minutes. Listen and weep.
Even Shakespeare knew the cause....
"Well, this is what happens when men let
themselves be ruled by women. ......" (RIII Act1)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cultural_assimilation_of_Native_Americans
Until the "stolen" generation is recognized as what
it is, the Rescued Generation, all will continue.
It will continue even if that does happen because the
problem is that those bludgers prefer to get pissed
and blotto on drugs instead of doing anything else.

Even when there was plenty of employment in places
like Groote Eylant etc too.

Its not unique to the boongs either. The dregs of the
hippys are just as bad, we just don't wring our hands
about what they get up to.

We've just seen some of the locals arrested for getting
too carried away with incest etc. They got sprung when
one of the girls was heard at school saying that her
sister was pregnant and they couldn't work out which
of her brothers was the father. Massive stink in the
national media a month or two ago.
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