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September 16, 2019

I think Jacinta’s most important message is that while many Aboriginal Australians are moving forward, there are still many who are held back. And she speaks with great credibility here, given that she talks about massacres which her Aboriginal ancestors were part of....

July 11, 2019

If you want to close the gap, cut the crap!

This year’s NAIDOC theme is: “voice treaty, truth: let’s work together for a shared future”. The truth is that Aboriginal people already have voice and a treaty will not solve the serious problems to many of them face. Now tha...

July 6, 2019

Much has been written about Aboriginal deaths in custody—much of it is the usual crap pumped out by the Aboriginal victim brigade. Fortunately, there have been some sensible counterviews. The Australian Institute of Criminology recently published ‘Indigenous deaths in...

January 24, 2019

It’s that time of the year again. Heatwaves. Cricket on the radio.  The Aussie Open on the telly. And of course, the perennial debate - Australia Day, move it or lose it. In this article, I want to discuss what are for me personally the two most important reasons why I...

January 11, 2019

Well, Australia Day is fast approaching and we know that this is going to suck up a lot of media space with all kinds of protesters and social media warriors telling us how hurtful and upsetting that day is to Aboriginal people - if we only changed the date they would...

September 21, 2018

Trigger Warning: If you enjoy being offended, you won't like this article.

Offence is in the Viewer and not the Event

'Taking offence' is something I have written about before. It seems that there are always new opportunities for taking offence, so I'm writing about it a...

September 17, 2018

Now that the dust has settled a little on the recent events involving a cartoon of a black female superstar behaving unprofessionally and a young Australian girl objecting to the national anthem, I thought I would offer my opinion. For many people, both events have val...

August 21, 2018

There are a handful of trouble makers in Aboriginal affairs. That may seem like a bad thing, but we actually need the trouble makers. By ‘trouble makers’ (TMs) I mean those people, both Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal, who are expressing opinions, making decisions, and t...

July 29, 2018

The past week has seen some interesting news that concerns Aboriginal people. There was this story about comedian Trevor Noah and his joke about Aboriginal women, and this one about the court case for the man accused of raping a two year old child at Tennant Creek. On...

July 8, 2018

Strong Women we Know

Because of her we can …. is the NAIDOC theme for 2018. On the NAIDOC website it states: “As pillars of our society, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women have played – and continue to play - active and significant roles at the community, local...

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