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Aboriginal hatred of white people

They do "welcome to country" ceremonies or dance for the Governor General. They preach for reconciliation or against cruelty. But to Jacinta Price they show complete savagery and misogyny  - threats, wishes for her death and rape fantasies so vile that I cannot repeat them. Why do some of these men still get government jobs? Here are some.

Aboriginal politician Jacinta Price wrote a piece for the Daily Telegraph

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Adam Goodes and the hunt for racists

There are three very good reasons why fans boo part-Aboriginal football star, Adam Goodes.

Goodes war dance
 Any person, Aboriginal or not, making provocative gesures like this, is sure to rile the crowd

Firstly, Goodes showed himself to be a racially-divisive person following his controversial nomination as Australian of the Year. He only achieved this exalted position because the selection committee, the Board of the Australia Day National Council, had been infiltrated by a bunch of politically correct social justice warriors. Goodes immediately used his position to vilify white Australians.

“Europeans, and the governments that have run our country, have raped, killed and stolen,” he wrote in Fairfax newspapers.

Coming to grips with his part-Aboriginal ancestry has left Goodes with deep-seated anger and a notable hatred of white Australia.

Goodes then became infamous when a 13-year-old white girl was subjected to national humiliation after she shouted “ape” at the bearded footballer from the sidelines of a tense game.

Goodes kept pointing to the girl until security moved in on her.

The frightened girl was frog-marched, crying,  from the stands.

She was grilled,and then detained, by police for two hours, initially without her grandmother present, and threatened with charges. Her face was shown on national TV and she was publicly branded a racist.

In a newspaper article next day Goodes provocatively declared “racism had a face - and it was a 13-year-old girl”.

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Aboriginals: One of the outcomes of a life on taxpayer-funded welfare

Police attacked by Broome beach crowd

As reported by watoday.com.au November 8, 2014

The damage done to one of the abandoned police vehicles.

The damage done to one of the abandoned police vehicles. Photo: WA Police

Four police officers were injured when they were set upon by a crowd at Town Beach in Broome, 2240km north of Perth, on Friday November 7, 2014.

Police went to the beach after reports of people fighting and found between 100 and 150 people at the scene.

As an officer tried to arrest one man for disorderly behaviour he was attacked by the crowd. When another officer tried to help he was punched to the head.

At that point a community bus drove onto the grassed area and the officers escaped the crowd by getting onto the bus.

Two police vehicles were left on the grassed area, and the crowd then kicked and smashed the vehicles.  Windows and panels were damaged on both vehicles.

Read the perspective of a police officer in attendance.

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Adam Goodes: Un-Australian of the year

Part-Aboriginal footballer, Adam Goodes has shamefully abused his position of  Australian of the Year, using his soapbox to vilify our past and preach division.

Commenting on a the film, Utopia,  by another un-Australian, John Pilger, the Swans captain denounced “our very dark past, a brutal history of dispossession, theft and slaughter”.

“Europeans, and the governments that have run our country, have raped, killed and ...

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Savage attack by Aboriginal leaves 89-year-old man brain-damaged and blind in one eye

Sidney Brady was an independent 89-year-old man until he was savagely beaten in a senseless attack during a home invasion, by Allan Ronald Poland.

Since the horrifying ordeal in October 2011, the elderly man spent two months in hospital, swapped his walking stick for a frame and now lives under the full-time care of his daughter and son-in-law.

 

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Judges soft on Aboriginal criminals

Judges sentence Aboriginals to 43% shorter jail terms than the rest of the population

If you are an Aboriginal felon then you can expect a jail term 42.8% shorter than a non- Aboriginal convicted for the same offence. The median aggregate sentence length for all offences for Aboriginals is 2 years, versus 3 years and 6 months for ...

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Aboriginal teenager jailed for vicious attack on 88-year-old grandmother

On 27 August 2013, a 15-year–old Aboriginal boy was sent behind bars for seven years over a horrific attempted rape and beating he unleashed on an 88-year-old great-grandmother in her own home.

In sentencing the Aboriginal youth, Perth Children’s Court President Denis Reynolds described the attack as “disgusting", "cowardly" and the "worst" of its kind”.

The Aboriginal boy had broken into the 88-year-old woman’s ...

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Aboriginals in racially-motivated attacks on whites

West Australian residents are used to seeing Aboriginal crime regularly portrayed in the nightly TV news.

Scenes of car chases and victims of muggings, rapes and bashings have become almost ho-hum.

But the escalation and savagery of Aboriginal attacks on whites in recent times have alarmed a complacent public.

Savage attack by Aboriginal leaves 89-year-old man brain-damaged and blind in one ...

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Aboriginal riot in Sydney injures 40 police

Anna Marshall

Years of pandering to Aboriginals with massive welfare payments and special privileges while simultaneously fuelling their resentment by dwelling on past grievances, blew up in the faces of the social engineers, do-gooders and the politically correct elites on a hot February night in 2004 in the Aboriginal ghetto of Redfern when a horde of rampaging, rioting  Aboriginals torched the Redfern railway station and then set about ...

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Bess Price: why this deadly silence when our women are dying?

Bess PriceNorthern Territory MP Bess Price, one of a number of Aboriginal conservatives now being heard, made this brilliant, brave and shocking speech in the NT Legislative Assembly.

I urge you to read it. Learn of the new racism that shields those who bash, rape and kill Aboriginal women and children in particular, and which punishes those, like Bess, who speak out against it:

Within the last four months, two more young mothers related to me were killed in Alice Springs Town Camp. One was injured mortally in the public, in front of several families. Nobody acted to protect her. Dozens of my female relatives have been killed this way. Convictions usually lead to light sentences. I was told by a senior lawyer that no jury in Alice Springs will convict an Aboriginal person for murder if the victim is also Aboriginal and he or she is only stabbed once.

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