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Australia, where telling the truth is 'just another form of invasion' : Comments

By Vesna Tenodi, published 9/10/2018

The new Australian paradigm: its enforcers, its opponents

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“Why is the Aboriginal industry so determined to hide the truth? Why are they so eager to fabricate the past, as well as present …… “.

We can answer that or ourselves without reading further - money (ours) and power for people who are not really interested in people who could do with help. And, yes, unwarranted and unearned guilt allows the criminality of the aboriginal industry to continue.

A rare, truthful article on the subject.
Posted by ttbn, Tuesday, 9 October 2018 8:58:55 AM
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The truth may be inconvenient but how can it ever be offensive ? It is what it is. Many people may not like it, and wish that 'the real truth' was otherwise, but it surely has to be what we go on ? As one of the dissident women exposing the Hindmarsh Island scam said, 'Reconciliation starts with the truth'.

After all, how can one build an argument based on mistruths ? Not just outright lies, but misrepresentations, fabrications and even honest misunderstandings ?

I've typed up maybe fifteen thousand pages of primary documents, mainly from the nineteenth century here in South Australia, the 8,500 Protector's Letters, a missionary's 600-page journal, Royal Commission transcripts, etc, and they are available on my web-site: www.firstsources.info

What did I find, as a long-term leftie ?

*. that the total full-time number of employees of the Aborigines Department was: one. The Protector. His main functions were to provide wide range of rations to up to sixty depots across the State, as well as medical services, free travel passes for legitimate purposes, boats and guns to Aboriginal people. Yes, guns.

*. that Aboriginal people, for good or ill, were counted and treated as British subjects from the outset. Their rights to use land as they always had done was written into every pastoral lease after mid-1851. Those rights applied to Crown Land. They still apply.

*. So it was illegal to try to drive people off their traditional lands. In fact, pastoralists themselves set up ration depots, at their own cost, in order to attract labour.

And so much more ......

Joe
Posted by Loudmouth, Tuesday, 9 October 2018 9:45:24 AM
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More inconvenient truths Joe.
I can add to this. Most people seem unaware that most parts of the Kimberley were settled at least 100 years after the east coast, and in fact, the last mission was set up in 1910, at a place called Pt George, in remote far NW Kimberley, a place only accessible by boat or by foot. The Worora tribe there had never seen white people before, so the journals written by the missionary and his wife were observations on an untouched culture.
A book called “ The Road to Mowanjum” is the story of the journey of that tribe from Stone Age culture to modern life, written at a time when cameras were available, so photographs accompany the book and the old customs are detailed with clarity and no judgment.
And in confirmation of the truth of those observations is the fact that my father in law was raised in that remote community and told me stories that correlated with those of the missionaries.
My husbands grandfather is mentioned in the book as the half caste skipper of the lugger that transported essential supplies from Broome up to the mission, whilst his wife and children lived there with the Worora tribe and three missionaries.
The depiction of infanticide, mortuary canabalism, wife beating, young promised brides, sorcery etc are fascinating and a great read.
Naturally todays urban aboriginals wish to deny these events but as they were common in all Stone Age cultures, including white ones, I fail to understand all the angst. None of us are responsible for the actions of our ancestors. All we can do is be grateful we have evolved beyond that stage and have wonderfully easy lives compared to past cultures.
Posted by Big Nana, Tuesday, 9 October 2018 10:32:50 AM
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For a long time, professional victims have been playing the victim card for all they're worth as they seek to impose their will on other Australians!?

We're repeatedly told, we have a shame-filled history. Even though the vast bulk of those who settled here did so at the behest of a foreign crown as emaciated prisoners, clad in iron chains, many of who died before they reached these shores or shortly after.

Time for all our history to be told, warts and all. As who did what to who and why. Remember the nation that transported thousands of prisoners came from a culture that tolerated all manner of atrocities!

Committed by the privileged class against all others, some of who happened to be the original inhabitants of this land and who settled in succeeding waves of settlement, not as a single mass migration that would allow all so-called aborigines to claim a continuous 60,000-year history?

When clearly some can only legitimately claim around 14,000? And notable for their refusal to acknowledge the Bradshaws and any element of archaeological evidence that challenges that brainwashed from birth, catechism or song?

Time all our history was put on the table as truth and reconciliation; and forgiving each other for the sins of long-dead settlers/inhabitants?

As for Australia day? Why not leave that as it is and just report the facts. Captain Cook first set foot at Kernel 29th of April. Not the 26th of Feb. Or Australia day. We're about to have a referendum that is intended to unite us?

How is that going to be possible if it is not founded on the mighty irrefutable truth and if that truth is supported by pictorial and archaeological evidence?

Let's put all of it on the table, draw a line under it that says. We can't undo or change any of this! Start anew with compassion and respect. Along with an earnest desire to make a fair go everybody's inherent right.

If that requires a treaty and a universal bill of rights!? WTF is the real problem with either of those!?
Alan B.
Posted by Alan B., Tuesday, 9 October 2018 10:32:57 AM
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The truth is offensive re Aboriginal culture because much of the left have adopted a lifestyle just as barbaric. Read the yearbooks of the woman who recently accused Kavanaugh and you get the drift. Multiple partners, fatherless kids and now the murder of the unwanted children is commonplace today. We are dumb enough to ask why so much mental health issues! These lifestyles are as barbaric as the clubbing of the handicapped and the giving of daughters to uncles as practices in the not so distant past. In fact many of our generation are worse because they have had the opportunity to know truth and now reject it. Instead they make up in their heads silly little narratives about how peaceful and loving the Indigeneous culture was pre settlement days. The hatred of truth by academia and media because of personal lifestyle has led us to revise history. Simple as that.
Posted by runner, Tuesday, 9 October 2018 10:56:55 AM
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runner,

I've in the last couple of days that more females are not using contraception, preferring the convenience of abortion to deal with unwanted pregnancies, which are increasing with the barbaric, amoral way of life.
Posted by ttbn, Tuesday, 9 October 2018 11:23:48 AM
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