The hyperventilating media are at it again. Abbott Derangement Syndrome has taken hold of many ‘journalists” minds. Self projection is epidemic.
At least there are a couple that are not so badly uninfected, but …
[…] In the four Labor years to 2012-13, government funding for Aborigines went up by an astonishing 10.4 per cent per person, yet by most measures in the latest “Closing the Gap” report Aboriginal welfare went backwards or nowhere:
More money, worse results. The problem is not the funding but the culture.
Ray Martin is no conservative, yet he, too, agrees with Tony Abbott. From his Triple M interview this morning:
This is a debate we’re going to have to have…a political hot potato I think, it’s going to be ugly, it’s going to be confrontational.
It’s almost unviable, it’s almost unsustainable to have these tiny communities out there that are so dysfunctional.
They are communities of sickness….
The truth is Tony Abbott knows more about this than any other Prime Minister I‘ve seen in my life time – he’s been out to these places he’s aware of what goes on.
I hear journalists – like Barrie Cassidy and Jon Faine on the ABC this morning – actually concede we need to discuss this, but then spend the entire discussion bagging Abbott instead.
What’s more important to them: attacking Abbott or joining the important discussion on Aboriginal children which they admit we need and Abbott raised?
Facebook is in revolt, self projectionists everywhere, exclusively of the ideological left. Why, is the tap being turned off the ‘pocket-lining’ bureaucracy? I hope so.
I wouldn’t believe anything the Guardian reports on, ever.
Closing remote Aboriginal communities in Australia and moving Aboriginal people into the cities will cause displacement and discourse. Aboriginal people have lived…
Tom Harley Still projecting yourself. That’s what bullies do, call names.
Another far left group, change.org.