Open Thread – Weekend 27 May 2023
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Comments attributed to Aboriginal Affairs Minister Tony Buti:
“Hundreds of people and organisations have provided valuable input into the co-design process over the past 12 months to help develop these documents which are critical to implementing the Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Act 2021.
“These are complex matters, considering the vast richness of Aboriginal cultural heritage across our State and the many and varied land uses that support our economy, accommodate for growth and provide new economic and employment opportunities for Aboriginal people.
“For the first time in our State’s history, these laws will empower Aboriginal people to be truly involved in making decisions about activities that impact their cultural heritage.
“These new laws and guidelines provide a balanced approach to the protection and management of Aboriginal cultural heritage, whilst enabling economic activity, such as farming and mining, to continue.
“There will also be a change to the type of approval required to impact Aboriginal cultural heritage and the process for obtaining that approval. What is not changing is the need to obtain approval as that already exists.
This fvcking dungbeetle won’t show his face East of the Darling Scarp……
May 29, 2023 at 10:26 pm
What can you clean and press!?
The real test is chin-ups, commonly known in some circles as ‘heaves’. Done properly, and ideally with a cadence, sorts out the fatties and noodle-arms alike
My arms would be in greater shape than yours. Good call though. Chin ups and using your own body weight is the way to go.
My best at 79kg was 40 chin ups on the wall … easily. I’m a lucky one. I do not put on fat regardless of diet. Thank you Opa.
Any digging below 5? requires aboriginal approval.
Example: Post holes for a new strainer post.
I don’t get this, you’re saying this was one of the 50 plus permits & licenses you needed to operate a pub? Why on earth were you digging a hole in a pub to erect a post? It’s highly irregular and unnecessary I think.
Sisu is worth a watch, only if you’re into that sort of thing. Finnish take on Eastwood style stoicism with minimal dialog and stylised splatter. Even the music sounds like Durango.
Oh my Lordy Lord. My aching sides can’t take this. It’s just as funny watching it now as it was then.
Crikey, I’m going to need a corset to hold my hernia in if I keep laughing like this…..
Just watched the Right Honourable Mark McGowan, Premier of WA / that proper bigfella boss-bloke premier of that Western Australia place, in his bilingual English/Aboriginal video from a couple of years ago.
Any word on whether he’ll make a similar resignation video?
May 29, 2023 at 10:35 pm
You wouldn’t even make good comedian, KD.
Steve trickler who?
WEATHER RADAR LASERS BIBLE TREE ROCKS DON’T WORK UNDER YOUR CARS BECAUSE THERE MIGHT BE AN EARTHQUAKE 6PR 6PR AND THE CHEMTRAILS RAAAAA
This is funny … not really, it’s concerning. KD is absolutely in the realm of ignorant clowns. It is astonishing that people are so blatant with their ignorance today. I am surprised he’s not on the CAGW bandwagon and their blatant shenanigans.
Yes, chemtrails are real … ask Bill Gates; Direct energy weapons are real via radar and satellites admitted by the D.O.D ( they could be lying …ha!); EM pulse weapons are real; Scalar weapons are real; Microwave weapons are real; Audio weapons are real … the list goes on.
Do some digging.
Min Min lights are an example of such EM tech. F-wits thinks it aliens from planets far far away. Nope, it is proven man made tech.
Everything you need to know about the Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Act, Dalí Edit-
1. Native Title Settlement is now Unsettled- any freehold title (above the 1100m2 Urban Voteherd protection) is vulnerable to an Aboriginal Culture claim. With no appeal. Forever.
2. Any use of formerly freehold land- building, digging, planting, clearing, riparian access- basically anything other than turning up a firebreak- may be stopped by the intervention of an Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Corporation representative. No appeal. No compensation.
3. (it’s all appalling, but this one is quite sneaky) The power of Aboriginal Cultural Heritage is wielded by Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Service Corporations. There will be no overlap of jurisdiction between these ACHSCs, and their power will extinguish any subordinate claim of cultural heritage- or lack of cultural heritage- by any other group or individual.
4. The onus to check that any activity does not offend against ACH lies with the land user. The statute of limitations for apparent offences is 6 years.
5. Land users will be obliged to register their intent to do farm stuff with their local ruling ACHSC. There will be an “ACHKnowledge” website collating ACH protected site information, but it will not be considered comprehensive or reliable at any stage.
6. An ACHSC can issue a “stop work” order on any activity. There is no obligation to provide an explanation. Work can be stopped for up to 60 days. No compensation.
7. An ACHSC is not obliged to make any proactive efforts to identify cultural heritage sites within their Reichsgau.
-there is $80 000 in whitefella money available in seed funding to identify which warring extended family groups will win the gold rush to be an ACHSC
– there is another $200 000 in establishment grants for ACHSCs
– there are fines of up to $10 000 000 for offences against the Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Act. That’s right, ten million dollar fines.
– Fines garnished by the ACH do not go into WA’s consolidated revenue- they go into the accounts of the reigning ACHSC.
McClown news and views- this might be against my better judgement, but i’ve got inside goss on the c#nt in this little state.
MacGowan and Sarah will separate in a years’ time. She’ll stay in Rockingham, he’s p*ssing off back to where he came from in Victoria. No affairs or anything, it’s more the kids are grown up, she’s sick of it, and he has no home in WA.
Police chief told him quietly a while back that he had lost the support of the bobbies over the clot shot mandate, and while they’d never neglect a serious threat, he could expect to cop an egging before too long.
He right there and then engaged a private firm of SAS dropouts for round-the-clock armed protection, costing $30K per week. The kids hated it, no more mates dropping around without being searched. Young bloke dropped his phone playing basketball one night, nek minnit two cars swooped with tactical torches out because his GPS signal had dropped out.
A 26-year-old man will face court for an aggravated assault on a child in Tennant Creek at the weekend. Police said the man was intoxicated when he assaulted the child with a blunt weapon.
Odd that the plane would overfly Alice Springs, about 500km south of Tennant Creek on their way to Adelaide, about 2300 by air.
‘The Voice’ is not about Aboriginal advancement- it’s about social and economic disruption. Like everything canbra does.
Permanent revolution is the strategy of a revolutionary class pursuing its own interests independently and without compromise or alliance with opposing sections of society. As a term within Marxist theory, it was first coined by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels as early as 1850, but since then it has been used to refer to different concepts by different theorists, most notably Leon Trotsky.
Albanese was a Trotskyist at Uni and it looks like he hasn’t changed.
Muddy, you missed very little.
I’m upset at having missed the dingdong comparison session last night.
I’m not sure if there was excess booze consumed in the afternoon and night, but certainly by teatime it was obvious a lot of self control was missing.
I went to bed at 1830 and read for the rest of the night.