Sunday, August 30, 2009

It's a mad, mad world

It's the same everywhere. Blacks are a pathetic lot. From Liberia, Sierra Leone, Zimbabwe, most African countries to Haiti to black communities in Western countries to China to aboriginal Australia, these people are incapable of pulling themselves up by the bootstraps and sorting themselves out. Yet they claim always that they can.

Despite billions being thrown at them, in the form of food, handouts, jobs, free housing, free schooling etc, aboriginal people in Australia still suffer the highest rates of rape, child rape, domestic violence, alcohol and drug abuse, disease, child neglect, malnutrition and crime. Sound familiar? Houses built for them are stripped to make wood fires. When the government tries to intervene by prohibiting the sale of alcohol and restricting access in certain areas, they scream racism. They want the free moola but not to be told how to spend it.

So enter that most august body the UN (sarc) to contribute its two pennies' worth to the debate. Yes, the representative declares, police and government intervention to PREVENT child abuse and alcohol and drug abuse is racist. Wtf?! How about this statement, "Anaya described as "demeaning" the policy of forcing Aborigines to set aside a portion of their welfare checks for essentials such as food and rent." I'm speechless. Read below and tell me if Leftists live on the same planet.


Canberra, Australia —
Australia breached international obligations on human and indigenous rights by imposing radical restrictions on Aborigines during a crackdown on child abuse in Outback communities, a United Nations expert said Thursday. [oops, its an "expert" so must be seriaaas...what has whitey done now?]

The U.N. special rapporteur on indigenous human rights, James Anaya, said his 12-day fact-finding tour of Australia revealed that the Aboriginal minority still suffers from "entrenched racism."
["entrenched" hmm, what does that mean? Let's see if we get an explanation further..]

Anaya's comments came as Australia launched its latest bid to address inequality, ill-health and poverty among the country's 500,000 indigenous people that have dogged the country since white settlers arrived more than 200 years ago.
[200 years and still stuck in the stone age you mean]

The government said Thursday it would set up a new national representative body this year to advise it on policies relating to Aborigines.

Aborigines make up about 2 percent of the country's 22 million-strong population. In recent decades,
billions of dollars have been thrown into community programs, housing and education. Yet Aborigines remain the poorest, unhealthiest and most disadvantaged minority, with an average life span 17 years shorter than other Australians. [like Africa, where people come to depend on donor money, there is NO incentive to help themselves. Cut off the funds and the problem will right itself. But that would be "inhumane" then. No winning.]

Anaya, a University of Arizona
human rights law professor, said he was particularly concerned by restrictions imposed on Aborigines in the Northern Territory in response to a 2006 government-commissioned report that found child sex abuse was rampant in remote indigenous communities. [concerned about restrictions to stop rampant child sex abuse?! Are you fucking serious?! When I see "human rights lawyer" I reach for my gun..]

The government suspended its own anti-discrimination law so it could ban alcohol and hard-core pornography in Aboriginal communities and restrict how Aborigines spend their welfare checks. The restrictions do not apply to Australians of other races.
[duh, you arsehole, because most Australians are responsible with their welfare cheques. Are aboriginals totally blameless then?]

"These measures overtly discriminate against aboriginal peoples, infringe their right of self-determination and stigmatize already stigmatized communities," Anaya told reporters in the national capital of Canberra.
[because the rest of the country is not out gang raping little kids and drinking themselves into a stupor every day]

The measures were too broad and had been imposed for too long, despite a lack of evidence that the ban on alcohol had reduced alcohol abuse, he said.
[every little bit helps douchebag, people will always circumvent the law to get alcohol but better to do something than nothing. Damned if you do, damned if you don't]

Anaya described as "demeaning" the policy of forcing Aborigines to set aside a portion of their welfare checks for essentials such as food and rent. "They have to carry a card around that marks them as someone who can't manage their own funds," he said.
[oh the horror, having to spend their welfare cheques on food for the kids, oh the inhumanity!! If they spent their welfare money wisely, kids wouldn't be suffering from neglect and malnutrition]

The restrictions were "incompatible" with Australia's obligations under the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination, the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, as well as the Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, he said.
[well there ya go, rights and stuff..more important than feeding kids and stopping rapes..tell the six year old gang raped girl that her rights are protected]

Anaya — who has made similar tours in Brazil, Nepal and Botswana before visiting Australia at the invitation of the government and indigenous groups — welcomed the announcement of plans for an indigenous representative body.

The new body will be independent of the government and serve as a less powerful version of a national Aboriginal organization that between 1990 and 2005 administered billions of dollars in funds for indigenous programs and whose leaders were elected by Aboriginal constituents.
[flush more money down the toilet]

The previous conservative government abolished that organization — the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission — in 2005 amid corruption and mismanagement allegations, and folded its operations into other departments.
[and this body will become just as corrupt as the previous one, as sure as day follows night]

"Today is a day when, as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, we begin a new journey and express our determination to put our future in our hands," said Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Justice Commissioner Tom Calma.
[*yawn* - in your hands you mean]

The Associated Press.

4 Opinion(s):

Pensioner said...

It always amazes me that these "Experts" can come up with these encredible findings in just a few days. It is also amazing that these same "Experts" could have discovered these findings if they spend just a few minutes surfing the internet at home, but that would have deprived the idiots of a sponsored trip half way around the world, which ultimately, we as taxpayers would have to pay for.

FishEagle said...

Pensioner, I couldn't have said it better.

Anonymous said...

Luckily the Australian media didn't run with this story so it made a few on-line headlines and that's all. The Aussies I know don't have time for the Abbo's as they are just drunks who abuse their kids and run on welfare.

Anonymous said...

If the Abbos want a say how they spend their money - let them earn it through work or trade in the first place.