Should Politicians Support Convicted Criminals?

It is generally considered inappropriate for politicians to support individuals who have been convicted of serious crimes such as rape. Doing so can be seen as condoning such behavior and can harm the politician’s reputation and credibility. Additionally, supporting a convicted rapist can be offensive and hurtful to the victim and their family. It is important for politicians to consider the impact of their actions and statements on all members of their community, including victims of crimes such as rape.

ABC Leftist Temple?

Is the Australian Broadcasting Corporation just a leftist temple?

Is it time to scrap the ABC?

Is it time to have a simple emergency broadcasting network?

Does the ABC promote certain themes but not others?

It is already apparent to many that the ABC has been promoting a YES vote in the proposed referendum on a so-called Voice.

Thanks to Heidi from Wulagi for bring the ABC to our attention.

Heidi claims that the ABC uses terms like First Nations, The Voice and so on deliberately to brainwash the public.

We are unsure about brainwashing, most of the public do have a brain.

The NT Is Going Backwards

Our elected members have failed us. Crime continues to get worse as the social fabric of the NT seems to be disintegrating. Not one person is prepared to engage in the hard conversations that need to be held. Everyone remains tight lipped lest they be called a racist. Political correctness, self-censorship and cancel culture are ruining the NT. Whinging on social media groups will not achieve change. Change comes at the ballot with electing candidates who will take action.

Consider the idea of using security dogs in Alice Springs. There would not be enough security dogs in all of Australia to effectively patrol Alice Springs let alone dog handlers. The whole thing sounded like a subsidy scheme for a security firm. Besides it would not work, we are sure that those targeted by the dogs would soon start using poison baits. LINK

The Trust notes that Aboriginal people in the NT have always been on the outer, separate, marginalised so it is not surprising that many disengaged young Aboriginal people do not play by mainstream society’s rules. Yeh, they do not care and prison is considered to be a hotel, a criminal record is meaningless when it is their norm.

ANOMIE

Let’s Surf The NT Crime Wave

We feel it in our fingers
We feel it our toes
Crime is all around us
And so the feeling grows

A Feeling Of Anger

Against our useless politicians in the Northern Territory who spend their entire careers engaging in political correctness and self-censorship.

ARE YOU SICK OF THE NT’S ELEPHANT IN THE ROOM?

The Elephant in the Room - Immigrant Spirit GmbH

Perhaps you should use the ballot box and ditch both the CLP and Labor Parties!