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Reply #180 - Jul 16th, 2019 at 7:18pm
 
Mr Hammer wrote on Jul 16th, 2019 at 5:18pm:
Abu wrote on Jul 16th, 2019 at 11:47am:
Valkie wrote on Jul 15th, 2019 at 7:54am:
I have the perfect idea.

All land given to aboriginals now becomes their land.
To be controlled by them and as their only income genetation.
No more hand outs, no more dole, no more benifits.
They now have their land, let them work it and live off it.

It will save us 35billion dollars a year.


Ee-gad, the mining industry would have a right kerfuffle.

Imagine the Boongs having the power to veto mines. No native title, no joint ownership or mere consultation, but full freehold title with no restrictions.

One Nation would come to power in both Queensland and WA. Who knows? Clive Palmer might even win a seat. One thing we do know:

FD would not be amused.

And as for saving a few fortnightly Newstart payments, the loss of royalties would break the bank in 2 states and a territory. The mining industry would blitz the airwaves with negative ads and, as they did to Kevin Rudd, hold the government to ransom. "Sovereign risk" would re-enter our vernacular. The mere threat of Australia losing its AAA credit rating would mean Australia would lose its AAA credit rating.

Boongs owning land outright?

Dream on.

Well it worked for Mabo didn't it?


No, dear, it most certainly did not.

Mabo died before the result came in.
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Reply #181 - Jul 16th, 2019 at 7:19pm
 
Valkie wrote on Jul 16th, 2019 at 5:17pm:
The local coons in our area fought hard and dirty for years to own a very nice piece of land.

Once given it, and before the ink was dry, they sold their land (Vitally important to them for tribal and cultural reasons) to a developer for many millions of dollars.

Within 5 years the administrators had to come in and take over, more than 2/3 of the money was gone, with absolutely nothing to show for it.
Wasted, thrown away on worthless trinkets and toys for the few who were in control.
These abbos were one tribe among several in the area, not one cent went to any of the other tribes, that's not how it works apparently.
They don't mix well together when there is money to be had.

Now they are going for some more land they want, and will probably get it, and sell it off to another developer.

Greedy, wasteful, lying people.


Who gave them this land, Matty?

I'm curious.
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Reply #182 - Jul 16th, 2019 at 7:23pm
 
Violet Crumble wrote on Jul 16th, 2019 at 5:37pm:
Why do Coons need to sunbake on beaches? It's the whities who want to be  brown.  Grin


They don't, dear. As Matty says, they want to sell it off to the developers for trinkets, then move onto the next claim.

But I'm curious. How do the Coons sell off land covered by native title?

Anyone?
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Reply #183 - Jul 16th, 2019 at 8:32pm
 
Valkie wrote on Jul 16th, 2019 at 5:17pm:
The local coons in our area fought hard and dirty for years to own a very nice piece of land.

Once given it, and before the ink was dry, they sold their land (Vitally important to them for tribal and cultural reasons) to a developer for many millions of dollars.

Within 5 years the administrators had to come in and take over, more than 2/3 of the money was gone, with absolutely nothing to show for it.
Wasted, thrown away on worthless trinkets and toys for the few who were in control.
These abbos were one tribe among several in the area, not one cent went to any of the other tribes, that's not how it works apparently.
They don't mix well together when there is money to be had.

Now they are going for some more land they want, and will probably get it, and sell it off to another developer.

Greedy, wasteful, lying people.


I'll bet you know an old friend of mine down that way... he says the same thing about that lovely positioned bowling club...
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Reply #184 - Jul 16th, 2019 at 8:34pm
 
Frank wrote on Jul 16th, 2019 at 7:01pm:
Very good.  Cheesy Cheesy
The Archangel Gabriel has been dictatin' to you, Jazzin'....

Recite!!!


Heeeey!  Stay away from my short story:-  "Hell Can Wait!" - that's copyright!
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Reply #185 - Jul 16th, 2019 at 8:34pm
 
Abu wrote on Jul 16th, 2019 at 7:18pm:
Mr Hammer wrote on Jul 16th, 2019 at 5:18pm:
Abu wrote on Jul 16th, 2019 at 11:47am:
Valkie wrote on Jul 15th, 2019 at 7:54am:
I have the perfect idea.

All land given to aboriginals now becomes their land.
To be controlled by them and as their only income genetation.
No more hand outs, no more dole, no more benifits.
They now have their land, let them work it and live off it.

It will save us 35billion dollars a year.


Ee-gad, the mining industry would have a right kerfuffle.

Imagine the Boongs having the power to veto mines. No native title, no joint ownership or mere consultation, but full freehold title with no restrictions.

One Nation would come to power in both Queensland and WA. Who knows? Clive Palmer might even win a seat. One thing we do know:

FD would not be amused.

And as for saving a few fortnightly Newstart payments, the loss of royalties would break the bank in 2 states and a territory. The mining industry would blitz the airwaves with negative ads and, as they did to Kevin Rudd, hold the government to ransom. "Sovereign risk" would re-enter our vernacular. The mere threat of Australia losing its AAA credit rating would mean Australia would lose its AAA credit rating.

Boongs owning land outright?

Dream on.

Well it worked for Mabo didn't it?


No, dear, it most certainly did not.

Mabo died before the result came in.


.. that's a good Kaffir.....
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Reply #186 - Jul 16th, 2019 at 8:35pm
 
Abu wrote on Jul 16th, 2019 at 7:19pm:
Valkie wrote on Jul 16th, 2019 at 5:17pm:
The local coons in our area fought hard and dirty for years to own a very nice piece of land.

Once given it, and before the ink was dry, they sold their land (Vitally important to them for tribal and cultural reasons) to a developer for many millions of dollars.

Within 5 years the administrators had to come in and take over, more than 2/3 of the money was gone, with absolutely nothing to show for it.
Wasted, thrown away on worthless trinkets and toys for the few who were in control.
These abbos were one tribe among several in the area, not one cent went to any of the other tribes, that's not how it works apparently.
They don't mix well together when there is money to be had.

Now they are going for some more land they want, and will probably get it, and sell it off to another developer.

Greedy, wasteful, lying people.


Who gave them this land, Matty?

I'm curious.


... and on the Eighth Day, God gave the Aboriginals Australia....
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Reply #187 - Jul 16th, 2019 at 8:36pm
 
Ye Grappler wrote on Jul 16th, 2019 at 8:34pm:
Abu wrote on Jul 16th, 2019 at 7:18pm:
Mr Hammer wrote on Jul 16th, 2019 at 5:18pm:
Abu wrote on Jul 16th, 2019 at 11:47am:
Valkie wrote on Jul 15th, 2019 at 7:54am:
I have the perfect idea.

All land given to aboriginals now becomes their land.
To be controlled by them and as their only income genetation.
No more hand outs, no more dole, no more benifits.
They now have their land, let them work it and live off it.

It will save us 35billion dollars a year.


Ee-gad, the mining industry would have a right kerfuffle.

Imagine the Boongs having the power to veto mines. No native title, no joint ownership or mere consultation, but full freehold title with no restrictions.

One Nation would come to power in both Queensland and WA. Who knows? Clive Palmer might even win a seat. One thing we do know:

FD would not be amused.

And as for saving a few fortnightly Newstart payments, the loss of royalties would break the bank in 2 states and a territory. The mining industry would blitz the airwaves with negative ads and, as they did to Kevin Rudd, hold the government to ransom. "Sovereign risk" would re-enter our vernacular. The mere threat of Australia losing its AAA credit rating would mean Australia would lose its AAA credit rating.

Boongs owning land outright?

Dream on.

Well it worked for Mabo didn't it?


No, dear, it most certainly did not.

Mabo died before the result came in.


.. that's a good Kaffir.....



and then you cry when you are called a racist Cheesy
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Our esteemed leader:

I hope that bitch who was running their brothels for them gets raped with a cactus.
 
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Reply #188 - Jul 16th, 2019 at 8:39pm
 
Abu wrote on Jul 16th, 2019 at 7:23pm:
Violet Crumble wrote on Jul 16th, 2019 at 5:37pm:
Why do Coons need to sunbake on beaches? It's the whities who want to be  brown.  Grin


They don't, dear. As Matty says, they want to sell it off to the developers for trinkets, then move onto the next claim.

But I'm curious. How do the Coons sell off land covered by native title?

Anyone?


exclusive use = personal ownership....

Ah - so NOW, when the heat is on, you say that 'native title' doesn't confer or even infer ownership?  But any other time it's an absolute and every demand must be acted upon and gifted immediately or consequences will follow?

Damn - who'd 've thunk it?

Wait long enough, and the body of your ideological self-proclaimed enemy will float past.... every damned day ..... easy pickings ... so many bodies floating past - so little time.....
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Reply #189 - Jul 16th, 2019 at 8:51pm
 
Ye Grappler wrote on Jul 15th, 2019 at 9:58pm:
rhino wrote on Jul 15th, 2019 at 9:29pm:
You cant make toffee out of dogsh!t Grappler, in John Smiths case expecting him to make an intelligent argument is exactly that.



Kind of leaves a bad taste in the mouth.....

Let's hear it from the Irish - and remember I'm somewhere in line for High King of Ulster at Tara....

http://www.concernedaustralians.com.au/media/distinguished-lecture-paper-2017.pd...

"Mining royalty payments and the governance of Aboriginal Australia

Introduction:-
To say that Indigenous policy is challenging and complex is an obvious understatement. Governments and policy makersin Australia have struggled for decades to address Indigenous social and economic disadvantage,while at the same time maintaining Indigenous cultural identity.In this situation you would expect that if there was one policy response whose effectiveness was established beyond doubt, governments would grasp it with enthusiasm and relief, and then turn their minds to finding other and complementary policy solutions. I want to argue this evening that there is such a policy response, which involves the fostering and encouragement of Indigenous autonomy and Indigenous self-government. By ‘autonomy’ I mean the capacity to set your own goals and the means by which you pursue them. By self-government I mean a particular form of autonomy which involves a negotiated, permanent transfer of governance powers, and of the resources required to exercise those powers, to Indigenous institutions.  I am not saying that Indigenous autonomy is a ‘silver bullet’ that would resolve all issues facing Australia’s Indigenous peoples. But I will show that there is overwhelming empirical evidence to suggest that it can make a major contribution. I will argue that despite this evidence Australian governments have, especially in the last decade, not only failed to embrace Indigenous autonomy, but have consistently rejected and undermined it. This rejection constitutes a huge problem in terms of addressing Indigenous disadvantage and promoting Indigenous cultural vitality. It is important to explain the reluctance of Australian governments to recognise the value of Indigenous autonomy, let alone embrace it. I will attempt to do this, arguing that key factors include non-Indigenous institutional interests associated with existing patterns of governance and service delivery; the paternalism and racism that is still a powerful influence on Australia’s approach to its Indigenous peoples; and, linked to this second factor, Australia’s failure to fully address the history of its relations with its First Nations. l will conclude the Lecture by considering what academic researchers can do to help address government reluctance to embrace Indigenous autonomy and the factors that underpin that reluctance. "


Just trying to put some real discussion material at the top here - don't mind me... it isn't the amount of fight in the pearl that counts, but the amount of pearls in the fight, thrown before swine...
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Reply #190 - Jul 16th, 2019 at 8:52pm
 
John Smith wrote on Jul 16th, 2019 at 8:36pm:
Ye Grappler wrote on Jul 16th, 2019 at 8:34pm:
Abu wrote on Jul 16th, 2019 at 7:18pm:
Mr Hammer wrote on Jul 16th, 2019 at 5:18pm:
Abu wrote on Jul 16th, 2019 at 11:47am:
Valkie wrote on Jul 15th, 2019 at 7:54am:
I have the perfect idea.

All land given to aboriginals now becomes their land.
To be controlled by them and as their only income genetation.
No more hand outs, no more dole, no more benifits.
They now have their land, let them work it and live off it.

It will save us 35billion dollars a year.


Ee-gad, the mining industry would have a right kerfuffle.

Imagine the Boongs having the power to veto mines. No native title, no joint ownership or mere consultation, but full freehold title with no restrictions.

One Nation would come to power in both Queensland and WA. Who knows? Clive Palmer might even win a seat. One thing we do know:

FD would not be amused.

And as for saving a few fortnightly Newstart payments, the loss of royalties would break the bank in 2 states and a territory. The mining industry would blitz the airwaves with negative ads and, as they did to Kevin Rudd, hold the government to ransom. "Sovereign risk" would re-enter our vernacular. The mere threat of Australia losing its AAA credit rating would mean Australia would lose its AAA credit rating.

Boongs owning land outright?

Dream on.

Well it worked for Mabo didn't it?


No, dear, it most certainly did not.

Mabo died before the result came in.


.. that's a good Kaffir.....



and then you cry when you are called a racist Cheesy



Well - it ain't no good lyin' around tryin' to get a suntan - not that it'd do 'em much good!
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Reply #191 - Jul 16th, 2019 at 9:24pm
 
John Smith wrote on Jul 16th, 2019 at 8:36pm:
Ye Grappler wrote on Jul 16th, 2019 at 8:34pm:
Abu wrote on Jul 16th, 2019 at 7:18pm:
Mr Hammer wrote on Jul 16th, 2019 at 5:18pm:
Abu wrote on Jul 16th, 2019 at 11:47am:
Valkie wrote on Jul 15th, 2019 at 7:54am:
I have the perfect idea.

All land given to aboriginals now becomes their land.
To be controlled by them and as their only income genetation.
No more hand outs, no more dole, no more benifits.
They now have their land, let them work it and live off it.

It will save us 35billion dollars a year.


Ee-gad, the mining industry would have a right kerfuffle.

Imagine the Boongs having the power to veto mines. No native title, no joint ownership or mere consultation, but full freehold title with no restrictions.

One Nation would come to power in both Queensland and WA. Who knows? Clive Palmer might even win a seat. One thing we do know:

FD would not be amused.

And as for saving a few fortnightly Newstart payments, the loss of royalties would break the bank in 2 states and a territory. The mining industry would blitz the airwaves with negative ads and, as they did to Kevin Rudd, hold the government to ransom. "Sovereign risk" would re-enter our vernacular. The mere threat of Australia losing its AAA credit rating would mean Australia would lose its AAA credit rating.

Boongs owning land outright?

Dream on.

Well it worked for Mabo didn't it?


No, dear, it most certainly did not.

Mabo died before the result came in.


.. that's a good Kaffir.....



and then you cry when you are called a racist Cheesy


So does FD, JS, it's so unfair.

I mean, he's just trying to host a place where people of all races, creeds and subhuman levels of skin pigmentation and breeding can come to unite.

It's not his fault if the Coons and Boongs are so frightful, just look at them.
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Reply #192 - Jul 16th, 2019 at 9:29pm
 
Probably because they are more closely related to Caucasians (Via the Caucasus Mountains region - from where their 'journey' to Australia began) than to Negroids or Mongoloids.
Just check out the 'wavy' hair (filaments) for starters.

This is the future of all Caucasians in Australia - to turn out looking like Aboriginals.  Grin
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Reply #193 - Jul 16th, 2019 at 9:42pm
 
Ye Grappler wrote on Jul 16th, 2019 at 8:39pm:
Abu wrote on Jul 16th, 2019 at 7:23pm:
Violet Crumble wrote on Jul 16th, 2019 at 5:37pm:
Why do Coons need to sunbake on beaches? It's the whities who want to be  brown.  Grin


They don't, dear. As Matty says, they want to sell it off to the developers for trinkets, then move onto the next claim.

But I'm curious. How do the Coons sell off land covered by native title?

Anyone?


exclusive use = personal ownership....

Ah - so NOW, when the heat is on, you say that 'native title' doesn't confer or even infer ownership?  But any other time it's an absolute and every demand must be acted upon and gifted immediately or consequences will follow?

Damn - who'd 've thunk it?

Wait long enough, and the body of your ideological self-proclaimed enemy will float past.... every damned day ..... easy pickings ... so many bodies floating past - so little time.....


No, dear. You clearly haven't heard of Howard's Wik legislation.

No worries, you tell us all about native title.

On the other hand, please don't. Bore someone on some other site.

I'll go to Wikipedia, dear.
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Reply #194 - Jul 16th, 2019 at 9:47pm
 
.JaSin. wrote on Jul 16th, 2019 at 9:29pm:
Probably because they are more closely related to Caucasians (Via the Caucasus Mountains region - from where their 'journey' to Australia began) than to Negroids or Mongoloids.
Just check out the 'wavy' hair (filaments) for starters.

This is the future of all Caucasians in Australia - to turn out looking like Aboriginals.  Grin


I've always said that, JaSin. We'll save on perms and tanning salons, no?

The more rights we confer to decent white people everywhere the better, no?

No blacks, no dogs, no Boongs, no?
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