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Discovering the real history of our peoples : Comments

By Graham Young, published 1/9/2017

The uproar over the use of the word 'discover' is the latest skirmish in a war over two equally mythical views of Australian history.

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And therefore , logically speaking , the marble tombs of deceased tribal people are readily located and bullet holes identified . In the absence of granite mausoleums this may be slightly more difficult. Impossible. Insane.
Posted by nicknamenick, Tuesday, 12 September 2017 6:22:24 PM
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On 'Terra nullius', there is this article too:

https://www.samuelgriffith.org.au/papers/html/volume19/v19chap11.html

I wonder if any left-wing publication has put out anything as detailed as these, but of course from a more left point of view.

In today's Australia, they cunningly printed two articles side by side, one about the ghastly mess that is Roebourne, and the other about Linda Birney's call for a consultative body to oversee proposed legislation.

Yeah, that might do it, Linda. The people of Roebourne must be ever-so grateful.

But she does make the point that, if a referendum on such a body fails, there won't be a chance for another one for generations. If ever.

Joe
Posted by Loudmouth, Tuesday, 19 September 2017 8:29:49 AM
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