Some forward notice on getting in with this as a class action would've been Great!Not all heroes wear capes.
A private citizen who is passionate about politics has successfully sued One Nation's Malcolm Roberts over his section 44 scandal, winning $6000 from the former British citizen.10daily.com.au
I've asked a couple of questions on this. Response I got was any voter from the area he was invalidly elected for can sue using the same case as the successful one mentioned above. Would love to see a couple of hundred thousand voters suing this dickhead and being paid $6,000 each, with the payouts being funded by Roberts and One Notion.Some forward notice on getting in with this as a class action would've been Great!
Does Roberts look like an angry midget jockey?
Try reading this.Not sure if this belongs here or it’s own thread or other more appropriate threads ?? Mods feel free to move if you like. Just let me know where.
What are people’s thoughts on Treaty ... Reconciliation ... Uluru Statement of the Heart.
I’ve only just started trying to understand the USotH and more generally trying to understand First Nations point if view ... but my initial read of it is about self determinination ...
This in itself seems fine ... provided it is about unity and not separation.
As I type and acknowledging I have yet to do any meaningful research which may change my views ... I think the current aims are about self determination, land ownership transference, ability to raise income to fund their own programs ... ie self government... as opposed to integration, unity and reconciliation.
In my experience, when you wrestle with dipshits...you get covered in their shit.Remind me again why Labour didnt fight dirty and loudly against this dipshit?
There’s a site out in the western district somewhere with a astronomical calendar created by the First Nations also. A similar thing to Stonehenge but much older. I’ll post a link if I can find it.A link to this was in ABC news. Has changed my perception of Aus first nations and my need to research more pre-colonial history of this (my) country -
A south-west Victorian Indigenous site that is older than the pyramids has been added to the UNESCO World Heritage List.
The site was created about 6,600 years ago by the Gunditjmara people, who used stones to build an elaborate series of channels and pools to harvest eels from Lake Condah.
- A 6,600-year-old Indigenous aquaculture site in Victoria has been added to the World Heritage List
- Older than the pyramids, the site proves that Indigenous people were agriculturally inclined
- The listing ends a 17-year campaign for recognition and is expected to boost tourism in the area
- After more than a decade of hard work and lobbying, the Budj Bim Cultural Landscape near Portland was accepted onto the list at a meeting in Baku, Azerbaijan on the weekend.
There is also evidence at the site of stone dwellings, and trees that may have been used to smoke or preserve the eels that were caught.
Not only does Budj Bim bust the myth that all Indigenous people were nomadic and not agriculturally inclined, it is also considered one of the oldest aquaculture sites in the world.
Just quoting to direct this reply ... also to Scotty TI’m about 5th generation Australian. Both sides of my family came for the gold rush at the end of the 19th century. I feel I don’t have the same claim of belonging here as the First Nations people.
Years ago I was of similar frame of mind to yourself. Born here, belong just as much. I also used to vote conservative. Heaps has changed since then.