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How Australia's 'everyday racism' moved from political fringe to mainstream media
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I like and enjoy watching Jews digging their own graves.
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spɹɐʍoɔ snoɯʎuouɐ  Wrote: (07-11-2019 02:45 PM)
Australia’s frontier war killings still conveniently escape official memory
https://www.theguardian.com/australia-ne...ial-memory

The Frontier War memorial you might have missed in the heart of Melbourne
https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-05-28/f...n/11108480


Almost no Australians know anything about Aboriginal civilisation because our educators, emboldened by historians, politicians and the clergy, have refused to mention it for 230 years.'
– Bruce Pascoe






Pre-colonial Australia: natural wilderness or gentleman’s park?

Professor Marcia Langton tells why the book that rewrites the history of Aboriginal land management before white colonisation makes it to her list of the 10 greatest books ever written

https://pursuit.unimelb.edu.au/articles/...man-s-park

Aboriginal civilization is the domestication of herds of humans which is the case for nearly all of humanity. Masters of deception (magicians) have controlled and worked humans since the beginning of civilization. Domestication and readying humans to be turned over to the employer for a lifetime of enslavement is what the school systems are about. Civilization is a slave system used to build empires for the magicians.
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It's hard to find someone more full of liberal slop than the Irish, take it from me

Quote:Les pauvres n'ont-ils des Euros ?
Alors laissez les pauvres 'sh*t' dans les rues
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The problem isn't some race or racist, the problem is exploitation.
The places we call developing countries are being exploited, and the people have found their way of life completely changed.
These nations have a very low minimum wage, and are facing the reality of transitioning from agrarian to industrial civilizations.
These nations compete with the first world, and its very unfair to both sides.
The developing nations are always cheaper for companies to purchase labor, and the first world always has more money to buy limited resources such as food because of our higher minimum wage.
This is pushing people in the developing nations into starvation and desperation.
This is afflicting India, Mexico and many other places we call developing nations.
In the U.S. the situation in India is very relevant.
In 2008 border patrol took 77 Indians into custody on the U.S. Mexico border.
In 2018 the number was over 8000.
In places like the U.S. a change is taking place as well, after years being an industrial civilization we are transitioning into something else.
Many people have found their once high paying jobs moved over seas where the pay for the job is not $26 per hour, but $0.28 per hour.
In the rest of the previously first world the story is the same.
In oil countries there is destabilization, as old power structures that held the regions in check for decades were stripped away.
These nations are struggling with war internally and externally.
In simple terms everyone in the world has suddenly found their way of life completely changed and upended.
This makes people desperate for safety, food and survival.
Most are angry at someone else and blame them for the problems.
Many times this anger manifests racism.
We have all supported this change, we buy import items, and turn a blind eye to slave shops and workers treated worse than slaves from the pre civil war U.S. south.
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Fire of Prometheus  Wrote: (07-12-2019 03:44 AM)
The problem isn't some race or racist, the problem is exploitation.
'some' tend to exploit more than others.
Just as jeffry Epstein exploited under aged girls
yet there will some one whining again . .
crying a river saying that it's the
victims fault. Blink
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The stupid are easily exploited. Way of the world for all history. No reason to let them in, turn developed countries into the corrupt shitholes they left.
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Exploiters are not self sufficient = feeding cancer=shat hole
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South Asians and Africans (especially Nigerians) are widely considered to be highly skilled laborers. Companies, esp. tech companies, actively seek employees from this part of the world. Jabeen Akhtar recently argued that the American Dream does not really apply to Americans (read born to white parents who themselves were born to white parents IN America). That is, these citizens are not expected to prove their worth; they are the biggest beneficiaries of the welfare system (govt. reports show that Americans, not immigrants, are the highest users of welfare); and they don't have to be the most productive members of the workforce. Immigrants, on the other hand, must outperform the highest performers to prove their worth. The stats about Nigerians outranking and out-earning a significant number of Americans is relevant here. So, immigrants from these regions, despite their skills and direct contribution to the economy, are still second-class citizens who must constantly demonstrate their worth. The situation is not different in Australia or parts of Europe. High-performing immigrants, it has been shown, not only impact local economies but also have macroeconomic impacts (See: Principles of Macroeconomics).
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manner  Wrote: (07-12-2019 10:16 AM)
South Asians and Africans (especially Nigerians) are widely considered to be highly skilled laborers. Companies, esp. tech companies, actively seek employees from this part of the world. Jabeen Akhtar recently argued that the American Dream does not really apply to Americans (read born to white parents who themselves were born to white parents IN America). That is, these citizens are not expected to prove their worth; they are the biggest beneficiaries of the welfare system (govt. reports show that Americans, not immigrants, are the highest users of welfare); and they don't have to be the most productive members of the workforce. Immigrants, on the other hand, must outperform the highest performers to prove their worth. The stats about Nigerians outranking and out-earning a significant number of Americans is relevant here. So, immigrants from these regions, despite their skills and direct contribution to the economy, are still second-class citizens who must constantly demonstrate their worth. The situation is not different in Australia or parts of Europe. High-performing immigrants, it has been shown, not only impact local economies but also have macroeconomic impacts (See: Principles of Macroeconomics).

They're pretty damn good cleaners.
At least where I work.
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manner  Wrote: (07-12-2019 10:16 AM)
South Asians and Africans (especially Nigerians) are widely considered to be highly skilled laborers. Companies, esp. tech companies, actively seek employees from this part of the world. Jabeen Akhtar recently argued that the American Dream does not really apply to Americans (read born to white parents who themselves were born to white parents IN America). That is, these citizens are not expected to prove their worth; they are the biggest beneficiaries of the welfare system (govt. reports show that Americans, not immigrants, are the highest users of welfare); and they don't have to be the most productive members of the workforce. Immigrants, on the other hand, must outperform the highest performers to prove their worth. The stats about Nigerians outranking and out-earning a significant number of Americans is relevant here. So, immigrants from these regions, despite their skills and direct contribution to the economy, are still second-class citizens who must constantly demonstrate their worth. The situation is not different in Australia or parts of Europe. High-performing immigrants, it has been shown, not only impact local economies but also have macroeconomic impacts (See: Principles of Macroeconomics).

They're pretty damn good cleaners.
At least where I work.

Very gracious and intelligent of you :)
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Be brave Muslims. Stop racism. Reform your religion in modern states before you piss off more people.
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-12-2019 07:51 AM)
The stupid are easily exploited. Way of the world for all history. No reason to let them in, turn developed countries into the corrupt shitholes they left.

A little tidbit that the armchair liberals would like to forget.
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Fire of Prometheus  Wrote: (07-12-2019 03:44 AM)
We have all supported this change, we buy import items, and turn a blind eye to slave shops and workers treated worse than slaves from the pre civil war U.S. south.

Spock

We really shouldn't be buying this crap. But guess what? If you own a phone you just supported slave labor. It's a big problem that most people aren't even aware of and is currently shaping our society and others.
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pure rock fury  Wrote: (07-11-2019 02:26 PM)
Playing devil's Advocate here, do statistics back up what he is claiming? It is easy to THINK that there is an escalation in violence because you have one faction of the media.refusing to.cover anything negative with Islamists, and then there is the other who often reports that the Islamic revolution is just around the corner and that there really are roving bands of Muslim thugs beating up white men and raping all the white women.

In the hospital now, but am going to look.to.see what the actual numbers say when I get home, tomorrow. (?)

Exactly. In any confrontation involving a muslim and non muslim in Canada the media always presents the muslims side and spins it as a racial attack. One woman went on facebook to tell her side--that the muslim woman had shoved her child--was not only ignored by the media, Facebook removed her post!

Mosques must have a hotline to a CBC journalist because every confrontation with a white gets edited down and then broadcast.

People dislike muslims because muslims act like arrogant women are nice not because people are racist.
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