Displaying items by tag: Australian Aborigines

Australian Aborigines not only one people

The political emphasis on a homogeneous Australian Aboriginal population which arrived on only one occasion is not without doubters based on the interactive map

Australian Aborigines not only one people

The political emphasis on a homogeneous Australian Aboriginal population

What heritage would you prefer?

Those of us with English heritage can read about our forefathers fighting the Romans, the Vikings, the French, and any number of other peoples.

When the British settled Australia

The Aborigines think they were the only ones hard done by when Australia was settled by the British.

Comments on Australian Natives in 1811 and 1822

The current attitude of representatives of Australian Aborigines is at odds with reports from when the country was first settled. Two such reports are included in the following.

Some Real Australian History has been recently written in the Quadrant. It is relating to the disgraceful reporting which resulted in defacing of our monuments.

Rewriting history

The first following article relates the current situation in a Western Australian town.
But the assumption that Aboriginal society has deteriorated recently

Aborigines shooting geese

The story at the following link relates to the hunting season for magpie geese in the Northern Territory of Australia. While most Australians are affected Aboriginals are not.