Items relating to Australia.
Cannibalism in Aboriginal Society
All those fans of Bruce Pascoe’s fable called “Dark Emu” need to find what Aboriginal culture was really like, based on the truth rather than the imagination of a liar and fraud.
The link to the article allows a “must read” for all Australians. If you need to it is well worth paying for a subscription to Quadrant.
The Incidence of Cannibalism in Aboriginal Society
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander victims of crime
Data about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander victims of crime is presented for New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia, and the Northern Territory. Based on an ABS assessment, Indigenous status data for other states and territories is not of sufficient quality and/or does not meet ABS standards for national reporting in 2020.
The number of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander victims of assault recorded in 2020 were:
5,880 victims in the Northern Territory
4,279 victims in New South Wales
2,620 victims in South Australia
Most Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander victims of assault:
were female (63–75%)
knew the offender (87–91%)
were family and domestic violence (FDV) related incidents (68–78%)
Over a quarter of all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander victims were aged between 25 and 34 years at the date of report (25–33%).
The most common location for assault was:
residential for New South Wales (69%) and South Australia (67%)
community for the Northern Territory (47%)
The number of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander victims of sexual assault recorded in 2020 were:
873 victims in New South Wales
578 victims in Queensland
168 victims in the Northern Territory
110 victims in South Australia
Most Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander victims of sexual assault:
were female (75–88%)
reported the incident to police within a year, ranging from 68% in New South Wales to 92% in the Northern Territory
For Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander victims of sexual assault:
around two-fifths were FDV-related incidents (38–43%)
the incidents most commonly occurred at a residential location, ranging from 43% in the Northern Territory to 74% in Queensland
Homicide and related offences
There were 145 victims of family and domestic violence (FDV) related homicide recorded in 2020, an increase of 12% (15 victims) from the previous year.
Nationally, almost two in five homicide and related offences (37% or 145 victims) recorded by state and territory police were FDV-related. Murder accounted for 57% (82 victims) of FDV-related homicide in 2020.
For victims of FDV-related homicide:
most were female (59% or 86 victims)
the most common age at report was 45 years and over (39% or 56 victims)
Most FDV-related homicides:
occurred at a residential location (86% or 124 victims)
involved the use of a weapon (57% or 82 victims), most commonly a knife (42 victims)
The risk for the young
For the young members of Australian society to be blindly supporting the demands of the Aboriginal Industry is an act which during their lifetime will come back to bite them. Currently $34,000,000,000 is spent each year on people claiming Aboriginality. This will be considerably increased with the new claims their lawyers can think up after a treaty is signed such as rent being required for living in Australia. Young Australians need to object to having current politicians loading this on them.
Come to the Party
Have you looked at The Family of All Life Alliance website yet? The world needs a new party that cares for the Earth and all life on it. Suggestions on content welcomed.
A must read for parents of young children.
After reading the above you can find phonics exercises here.
English is needed.
We need to remind the doltish academics who have their claws in the Australian Aboriginals living in remote communities t
I recently wondered whether the South Australian Government had altered its laws so people like Aboriginal Waylon Johncock could not stone wombats to death.
I emailed what I thought to be the appropriate authority and they replied to advise talking to the police and gave me the phone number to call.
Fully anticipating to find SA was now insisting its citizens conduct themselves in a manner appropriate to the 21st century and the laws of Australia I was horrified when I was told this man and others like him could conduct themselves in a manner abhorrent to the rest of Australia because on Aboriginal land the law was that determined by the elders.
He can still stone wombats to death.
What a crock!
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Life and Death in Pre-Contact Aboriginal Australia
William D. Rubinstein
When Europeans first settled in Australia in 1788, they encountered an Aboriginal society of almost incredible barbarism and violence. This was the reality of what they found. The reasons for the violence and barbarism of Aboriginal society derive entirely, or almost entirely, from one factor alone. All of the
Not for 21st century
The culture of Aboriginal Australians is the culture of stone age man and is completely inappropriate for living in the 21st century.