The Northern Territory Government uses the term “special measures” in relation to Aboriginal people. The term special measures is very reminiscent of Nazi Germany.

Does the Northern Territory have an Aboriginal problem that these special measures are designed to solve? Perhaps there was an NT version of the Wannsee Conference where terms such as special measures were first introduced.

The Nazi Party was possessed with race and so are Australian governments. Perhaps Aboriginals should be made to wear a small Aboriginal flag so they can be identified more easily by the police and bureaucrats.

Most Aboriginals in the NT are already in a form of concentration camp, the communities.

It is unfortunate that we have to use such comparisons. We make no apologies.

NT Government Special Measures Employment A Sham!

Special measures employment is a total sham. A lot of talk about Aboriginal people from the NT but how many of them are getting government jobs? We believe that the NT imports Aboriginals from other jurisdictions. Meanwhile locals miss out!

As for guy who created this sham, he is back in Queensland. Read the link.

May 8 2019 LINK

He said he was proud of his role in getting more Indigenous people into public-sector employment — from 8.3% to 10.5% of the total workforce during his time in office, and from 2.3% to 5.6% of the senior executive ranks.

“We’ve still got a way to go because 30% of population in the Northern Territory is Aboriginal, and we’ve got a target of 16%,” he said. “When I first came here, noone thought we would get into double figures, so we’ve done a lot of work to achieve that.

School Councils Provide Opportunities To Help Mates!

There are always opportunities to help mates, cronies and relatives to some public money. School Councils are a vehicle that allow some to take advantage. Despite NT COGSO and ICAC, the rorts are still being perpetrated against the NT public.

Why would a school be hiring anyone without a competitive public process? Anything that appears to be secret or obscured is for a reason. It is because someone is in “the know” for an inside deal.

So if you know the right people then you are in.

We are talking millions of dollars here.

Bullying With Integrity – The NTG Way

We were recently contacted by a disgruntled employee of an NT Government agency claiming that they had been bullied. Nothing new nor novel in their claims. Among their claims was a statement by a manger that went something like “well lots of other people say that they have been bullied by “X” too, it is consistent behaviour and you have not been singled out, so what are you complaining about?”

bullying comm

  • Note we use the Northern Territory Government logo for the purposes of education and humour.

Aggressive students bullying classmate in school backyard ...

Students on a recent “fast track course” Management in the Public Service”!