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Sunday, 07 June 2020 06:15

Just no thanks

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Just no thanks

The protests today demonstrate once again the lack of gratitude

by the Aboriginal people for all that is and has been done for them. This attitude was commented on by the members of the First Fleet over two hundred years ago despite the help they were then given and remains so today despite all that the 97% of the rest of the population does for them.

Having 34,000,000,000 dollars spent on them each year by the 97% does not warrant thanks.

Being supplied with superior education facilities even when they insist on living in remote communities in the middle of nowhere which the Government supplies with all facilities such as electricity and water and telecommunications and where there is no work does not mean the children attend the school even though they are paid to do so. A thank you would be appreciated. Attendance would be even more appreciated.

Police have got into trouble when they defend themselves from an attacker armed with a knife. Nursing staff attending to the health care of the communities have been murdered.

So they were here when the First Fleet arrived. They had been here for 60,000 years. They were doing the same thing as when they got here. Are they grateful for now having much longer lives which are much more comfortable than being a nomadic hunter? Guess.

What they should be saying.


I Love the Governor

I love my car

Walking was the pits

I love my house

My humpy was not warm

I love McDonalds

Kangaroos are just too hard to catch

I love a Boags

Which can be a problem

I love my tele

Talking is good but pictures beat it

I love my phone

Smoke signals aren’t as good

It was all from Governor Phillip

Coming here back in 1788

That I no longer just walk

That I no longer am stone age man

He changed me to modern man


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