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Reply #15 - Feb 1st, 2014 at 10:17am
 
Convoy of Incontinence—an astroturfed event that flopped.

Hopefully the one in March will have a much more solid presence. Plenty already have grievances:

1. Those to whom the NBN is important–business people, pensioners, rural producers

2. Employment—workers from SPC, Holden, Ford, component makers

3. Those to whom the ABC, a free press is important

4. Environmentalists protesting at the simian’s 4th grade science leading to destruction of GBR, destruction of Carbon Price (which won’t see any reduction in electricity prices) RET etc

Best to protest NOW than after the damage is irrevocably done. Show the Senate there is opposition to the shambles and the destructive path it is treading.
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Reply #16 - Feb 1st, 2014 at 10:24am
 
Sorry, can't make the 17th. I'll be far too busy with more important matters like the St Patricks Day parade and the serious parties afterwards.

Have fun though. With all the green in the crowd it may well be mistaken for a Paddy's day march anyway.

Certainly won't be wasting my time campaigning for the demise of one tosser only to have him replaced by another one.

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Reply #17 - Feb 1st, 2014 at 10:31am
 
Nah, can’t ask for the simian to be tossed yet, but can protest the more cretinous and destructive of his actions and flagged intentions. Might give a salutary warning to JoHo too.
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Reply #18 - Feb 1st, 2014 at 10:32am
 

cods wrote on Feb 1st, 2014 at 9:50am:
nor serves at the soup kitchens every friday night for the poor.and underprivileged pansi claims we have hundreds of thousands of...



You don't even know what's happening in your own city, yet you sit on this forum pointing the finger at good people who have put decades of hard work into helping the disadvantaged and underprivileged....shame on you!

You live in a vacuum or you choose to ignore this, then have the hide to judge others. This level  of poverty and desperation in your own city and you didn't know about it....shame on you!


The rate of homelessness in the ACT has jumped by 70 per cent in the past five years, a figure that community agencies are labelling a ''wake-up call'' for the government.

Latest census data revealed the rate of homelessness in the capital had increased from 29.3 persons per 10,000 in 2006 to 50 persons per 10,000 last year, giving the ACT the second-highest rate of homelessness behind the Northern Territory.

The number of homeless people in the ACT jumped from 949 in 2006 to 1785 last year, climbing much quicker than overall population growth.


Read more:

http://www.canberratimes.com.au/act-news/wakeup-call-as-homelessness-rises-20121...

(sorry the wise one for hijacking your thread, it had to be said)
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Reply #19 - Feb 1st, 2014 at 3:23pm
 
What people think March in March will be.
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Reality
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Reply #20 - Feb 1st, 2014 at 3:38pm
 
Ex Dame Pansi wrote on Feb 1st, 2014 at 10:32am:
cods wrote on Feb 1st, 2014 at 9:50am:
nor serves at the soup kitchens every friday night for the poor.and underprivileged pansi claims we have hundreds of thousands of...



You don't even know what's happening in your own city, yet you sit on this forum pointing the finger at good people who have put decades of hard work into helping the disadvantaged and underprivileged....shame on you!

You live in a vacuum or you choose to ignore this, then have the hide to judge others. This level  of poverty and desperation in your own city and you didn't know about it....shame on you!


The rate of homelessness in the ACT has jumped by 70 per cent in the past five years, a figure that community agencies are labelling a ''wake-up call'' for the government.

Latest census data revealed the rate of homelessness in the capital had increased from 29.3 persons per 10,000 in 2006 to 50 persons per 10,000 last year, giving the ACT the second-highest rate of homelessness behind the Northern Territory.

The number of homeless people in the ACT jumped from 949 in 2006 to 1785 last year, climbing much quicker than overall population growth.


Read more:

http://www.canberratimes.com.au/act-news/wakeup-call-as-homelessness-rises-20121...

(sorry the wise one for hijacking your thread, it had to be said)


The thing with the ACT is that all those houses burned down several years ago and the councils wont give permits to rebuild or to build new places. There is a severe housing shortage in ACT. I read a study where it was found that most of the homeless in ACT are middle aged women too.

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Reply #21 - Feb 1st, 2014 at 5:12pm
 
Ex Dame Pansi wrote on Feb 1st, 2014 at 10:32am:
cods wrote on Feb 1st, 2014 at 9:50am:
nor serves at the soup kitchens every friday night for the poor.and underprivileged pansi claims we have hundreds of thousands of...



You don't even know what's happening in your own city, yet you sit on this forum pointing the finger at good people who have put decades of hard work into helping the disadvantaged and underprivileged....shame on you!

You live in a vacuum or you choose to ignore this, then have the hide to judge others. This level  of poverty and desperation in your own city and you didn't know about it....shame on you!




[color=#ff0000]BTW PANSI... I DID MEALS ON WHEELS FOR MANY MANY YEARS.. I DID VOLUNTEER WORK FOR DISABLED CHILDREN.. I HAVE TAKEN MY KIDS FRIENDS INTO MY HOME AND BECAME MORE OF A MUM TO THEM THAN THEIR OWN BLOOD..I AM STILL VERY VERY MUCH A PART OF THEIR LIVES..IF YOU NEED VERIFICATION OF THAT i CAN PROVIDE IT FOR YOU ON PM....AND THIS YEAR I PLAN ON COOKING FOR THE HOMELESS SOUP KITCHEN IN ACT... IN CIVIC TO BE EXACT..

I DONT WANT TO BLOW MY OWN TRUMPET.. BUT WHEN YOU LABEL PEOPLE AND JUDGE PEOPLE..just the same as you accuse others... Roll Eyes Roll Eyeshow many asylum seekers did you take in pansi?


The rate of homelessness in the ACT has jumped by 70 per cent in the past five years, a figure that community agencies are labelling a ''wake-up call'' for the government.

Latest census data revealed the rate of homelessness in the capital had increased from 29.3 persons per 10,000 in 2006 to 50 persons per 10,000 last year, giving the ACT the second-highest rate of homelessness behind the Northern Territory.

The number of homeless people in the ACT jumped from 949 in 2006 to 1785 last year, climbing much quicker than overall population growth.



HEY THAT WAS ON RUDD/GILLARDS WATCH   AND GUESS WHAT ITS A LABOR GOVT IN ACT....



AND HAS BEEN FOR A BLOODY LONG TIME..


Read more:

http://www.canberratimes.com.au/act-news/wakeup-call-as-homelessness-rises-20121...

(sorry the wise one for hijacking your thread, it had to be said)



REALLY?

perhaps it you that needs to take a good look at themselves.. who are the ones complaining bitterly about a govt thats been in for 5 months..and planning on marching through the streets...

all of the mess was created by their predecessors.....



talk about brick bats. Angry Angry


ps.. I only read last week.. People in Canberra are the happiest people in Australia... dont ask me who they asked I would know.
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Reply #22 - Feb 1st, 2014 at 5:21pm
 
Sir Spot of Borg wrote on Feb 1st, 2014 at 3:38pm:
Ex Dame Pansi wrote on Feb 1st, 2014 at 10:32am:
cods wrote on Feb 1st, 2014 at 9:50am:
nor serves at the soup kitchens every friday night for the poor.and underprivileged pansi claims we have hundreds of thousands of...



You don't even know what's happening in your own city, yet you sit on this forum pointing the finger at good people who have put decades of hard work into helping the disadvantaged and underprivileged....shame on you!

You live in a vacuum or you choose to ignore this, then have the hide to judge others. This level  of poverty and desperation in your own city and you didn't know about it....shame on you!


The rate of homelessness in the ACT has jumped by 70 per cent in the past five years, a figure that community agencies are labelling a ''wake-up call'' for the government.

Latest census data revealed the rate of homelessness in the capital had increased from 29.3 persons per 10,000 in 2006 to 50 persons per 10,000 last year, giving the ACT the second-highest rate of homelessness behind the Northern Territory.

The number of homeless people in the ACT jumped from 949 in 2006 to 1785 last year, climbing much quicker than overall population growth.


Read more:

http://www.canberratimes.com.au/act-news/wakeup-call-as-homelessness-rises-20121...

(sorry the wise one for hijacking your thread, it had to be said)


The thing with the ACT is that all those houses burned down several years ago and the councils wont give permits to rebuild or to build new places. There is a severe housing shortage in ACT. I read a study where it was found that most of the homeless in ACT are middle aged women too.

SOB


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CRAP..

whereever you got that in formation from.. you need to get them off your Xmas card list.. total codswallop my friend..

all those homes that burnt down [500] have been replaced... you have to by LOCAL LAW build within 12 months of owning a block of land...those they rebuilt were given extentions at the time... never heard such bullrushes..

as for age groups we do have a lot of aboriginals in ACT.. but aged women.. I doubt it very much..

I would put the age group as between 25/40 to be honest..I have yet to see anyone sleeping on a bench or at a bus stop.. maybe I lead a sheltered life I dont know.

but I suggest you change your information source.

its way off.
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Reply #23 - Feb 1st, 2014 at 5:22pm
 
Ex Dame Pansi wrote on Feb 1st, 2014 at 9:59am:




thanks pansi...
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crocodile wrote on Feb 1st, 2014 at 10:24am:
Sorry, can't make the 17th. I'll be far too busy with more important matters like the St Patricks Day parade and the serious parties afterwards.

Have fun though. With all the green in the crowd it may well be mistaken for a Paddy's day march anyway.

Certainly won't be wasting my time campaigning for the demise of one tosser only to have him replaced by another one.





why is he a tosser.. didnt you want people to stop drowning???>..EITHER...I am surprised thought it was only the  hard left that enjoyed that spectacle ... Roll Eyes Roll Eyes
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Ex Dame Pansi wrote on Feb 1st, 2014 at 9:36am:
John S wrote on Feb 1st, 2014 at 9:26am:
It’s time for us to prove that while the Abbott Government has refused to listen thus far, we do indeed have a voice.

I will be marching as a vote of no confidence in the Abbott Government in March 2014; will you?



I will be.


Hopefully there will be one closer to home, otherwise I will travel down to the big smoke....YUK!...... a worthwhile protest is always exhilarating.

It's going to be a busy year, the no confidence in dunderhead, save the GBR, various shut the gate anti CSG protests and the G20 Leaders Summit in November.

I'll be worn out by the time Nazi Newman and Abbott get the boot.



running a successful small business enterprise i s exhilerating.  attending a protest march about the outcome of a recent democratic election is just f^^king bizarre Wink Wink
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Reply #26 - Feb 1st, 2014 at 5:53pm
 
I hope you all at least have a shower before you turn up.

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Reply #27 - Feb 1st, 2014 at 5:58pm
 
aquascoot wrote on Feb 1st, 2014 at 5:51pm:
Ex Dame Pansi wrote on Feb 1st, 2014 at 9:36am:
John S wrote on Feb 1st, 2014 at 9:26am:
It’s time for us to prove that while the Abbott Government has refused to listen thus far, we do indeed have a voice.

I will be marching as a vote of no confidence in the Abbott Government in March 2014; will you?



I will be.


Hopefully there will be one closer to home, otherwise I will travel down to the big smoke....YUK!...... a worthwhile protest is always exhilarating.

It's going to be a busy year, the no confidence in dunderhead, save the GBR, various shut the gate anti CSG protests and the G20 Leaders Summit in November.

I'll be worn out by the time Nazi Newman and Abbott get the boot.



running a successful small business enterprise i s exhilerating.  attending a protest march about the outcome of a recent democratic election is just f^^king bizarre Wink Wink



Not when you end up with a bunch of unrepresentative fecksticks and polesmokers like the current lot, it isn't.

They are what's bizarre, not their opponents.
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Reply #28 - Feb 1st, 2014 at 6:04pm
 
Kat wrote on Feb 1st, 2014 at 5:58pm:
aquascoot wrote on Feb 1st, 2014 at 5:51pm:
Ex Dame Pansi wrote on Feb 1st, 2014 at 9:36am:
John S wrote on Feb 1st, 2014 at 9:26am:
It’s time for us to prove that while the Abbott Government has refused to listen thus far, we do indeed have a voice.

I will be marching as a vote of no confidence in the Abbott Government in March 2014; will you?



I will be.


Hopefully there will be one closer to home, otherwise I will travel down to the big smoke....YUK!...... a worthwhile protest is always exhilarating.

It's going to be a busy year, the no confidence in dunderhead, save the GBR, various shut the gate anti CSG protests and the G20 Leaders Summit in November.

I'll be worn out by the time Nazi Newman and Abbott get the boot.



running a successful small business enterprise i s exhilerating.  attending a protest march about the outcome of a recent democratic election is just f^^king bizarre Wink Wink



Not when you end up with a bunch of unrepresentative fecksticks and polesmokers like the current lot, it isn't.

They are what's bizarre, not their opponents.


but they are representative. Its called the house of representatives and we just had an election
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Reply #29 - Feb 1st, 2014 at 6:23pm
 
March in March - the comedy event of the year!
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