by Senator Pauline Hanson
Today I attempted to use my Senate time to have the issue of the abuse and corruption that is rife in the indigenous industry debated in the Senate.
Sadly, the Greens decided to use every procedural trick in the book to run down the clock and silence debate, as you will see if you watch this video.
This is an important issue that has been swept under the rug by all sides of politics for too long.
It’s a shame that there are those in other parties who are too afraid to hear the truth about what is going on.
You can read my prepared remarks in full below. This is what the Greens didn’t want you to be able to hear.
I rise to bring to the attention of Senators and the people of Australia, yet again, the inequality that exists in the funding of Indigenous programs and the continuing desperate circumstances of the victims of this financial bastardry and mismanagement.
I learned of this in my many conversations over the years with indigenous communities across Australia.
Unlike many vocal urban aboriginal elites, I have walked through the streets of remote Aboriginal communities in Queensland, the Northern Territory, South Australia and Western Australia.
And I’ve listened.
And I understand.
Whether it’s sitting on the beach with Mullawop on Thursday Island or Jimpoona and her family at the base of Uluru. Just being in remote communities listening to elders and residents have been profound and very informative. There’s not one indigenous community I’ve met with that isn’t concerned and they want to share what’s going wrong.
A lot of these people can’t even gain access to their own land which has in many cases been given back to the registered native title bodies corporate which are often more restrictive than the government was.
Many of these Bodies, especially in more remote areas are highly restrictive to the detriment of the aboriginal people.
Some are charged to go on their ancestral land or worse still some are denied access altogether.
But those conversations in both the large communities and in remote locations, always turn to the needs that their isolation and situation brings.
- Needs reflected in a lack of adequate housing,
- A deficiency of infrastructure,
- Widespread alcoholism,
- Out-of-control levels of domestic violence,
- Repeated sexual abuse – including of young children,
- And a lack of effective pathways to escape the cycles of poverty and
unemployment that are often normalised and passed on from
generation to generation.
Those communities live on the other side of what the highly respected Indigenous spokesperson, Jacinta Price, referred to in the Australian newspaper recently as ‘the kasm’.
She described in detail how the aboriginal elite, the activists, the academics from the indoctrination centres posing as universities, those with their hands out for grant money, those with the loudest voices who want to change the date of Australia Day – they all live in the city – on their side of the kasm.
When was the last time you heard one of the members of the Elite in this place saying anything positive or uplifting about indigenous achievements? When was the last time you heard one of the activists who identifies as indigenous talk up the efforts of those in remote locations working to succeed?
The Elites, the truth deniers, they know there’s a multitude of ways to end the misery.
They know there’s a ton of money being poured into programs.
It is time for the Aboriginal industry milking billions($30B) from taxpayers and the baloney myths to give way to fact and science.
by Gil May
The original people of Australia were the giant Java man, then Homo erectus where numerous subspecies continued to exist, the Kow Swamp people whose skeletons were dated 6,500 years ago, their ‘robust’ skeletons have thick brow ridges, sloping foreheads and extremely large teeth unlike modern humans, they were younger than the more modern Mungo people. The Mungo skeletons of a modern type ‘gracile’ people died out 50,000 year before Know Swamp people.
Due to the prolonged inland droughts the last of the Pintubis (also called Bindaboos) surrendered their nomadic Stone Age lifestyles in the 1960s, where the extremities of survival in dry arid country became impossible and they surrendered to a missionary area for survival.
They were a ‘robust’ people having the thick brow ridges, and thick skulls of the last remnants of Homo erectus still living a primitive stone age life, the final example of unaltered stone age culture in Australia. They were an incredible people who could live under the most unliveable conditions ever encountered by humanity — and very different from modern Aborigines. Their culture, simple at first glance, was incredibly complex as was their intimacy with their surroundings. This identifies an ancient hominin that had evolved in Australia and continued to live a traditional undisturbed life until recent times. Clearly unrelated to modern aborigines.
Like the ancient lineage of marsupials and metronomes (egg laying mammals, platypus and echidna) that continued to live onwards in isolated Australia, so too did the world’s last remaining primitive Homo erectus as a transitional species to Homo sapiens.
We refer you to the study below of DNA analysis of gene flow by Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Leipzig, Germany.
Gene flow from India to Australia about 4,000 years ago
Large numbers of Indians migrated to Australia bringing the Dingo with them, as proven by DNA analysis of gene flow by Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Leipzig, Germany.
The immigrants came by boat: Australia was settled numerous times during its history.
Researcher Irina Pugach and colleagues now analyzed genetic variation from across the genome from aboriginal Australians, New Guineans, island Southeast Asians, and Indians. Their DNA findings prove substantial gene flow from India to Australia 4,230 years ago. i.e. during the Holocene and well before European contact. “Interestingly,” says Pugach, “this date also coincides with many changes in the archaeological record of Australia, which include a sudden change in plant processing and stone tool technologies, with microliths (fine stone spear tips) appearing for the first time, and the first appearance of the dingo in the fossil record.
Since we detect inflow of genes from India into Australia at around the same time, it is likely that these changes were related to this migration.”
Ernie Dingo from Hindu descent
Popular Aboriginal TV personality Ernie Dingo, had a DNA test that showed he was from southern Indian Hindu descent
The nonsense baloney that has become accepted by governments and many in the population, because they were to uninterested, lazy and did not want to upset the status quo myth put out for very lucrative financial benefits from government and free land title worth millions, could have easily been disproven as original owners and custodians of the land had anyone bothered to read proven research.
What an international joke, the federal courts accept without any proof whatsoever of land ownerships history, relying on and accepting people saying their ancestor have been custodians of the land for many thousands of years, some even said over 70,000 years, and legislating these lies and distortions into law. When DNA analysis of gene flow by Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Leipzig, Germany, proves the current so called ‘aborigines’ have only been here 4,230 year or 41 generations of mitochondrial DNA steps. (very coincidental–this was after the Great Flood.-Ed)
This document(above link) should be compulsory reading in every school—it is a very interesting factual perspective of Aboriginal history distortions.
According to Alfred Cort Haddon, a turn of the century figure revered today as the ‘founding father’ of British anthropology, the aborigines were clearly “pre-Dravidian” people from South India. In Haddon’s 1909 book, The Races of Man, he asserts that Australia was originally inhabited by Papuans, or Negritoes, who wandered on the extreme south of the continent.
Later, a pre-Dravidian race migrated to Australia and overran the continent, absorbing the sparse aboriginal population. In the remarkable work, Cape York – The Savage Frontier, Queensland author Rodney Liddell asserts, from studying the Jardine diaries, the original Negritoes were hunted down and wiped out by invading aborigines from India. The tip of Cape York was one of the major landings used by the invaders who arrived in either canoes or on rafts.
Archaeologists in 1973 decided to look for campsites and other evidence on the Cape, finding fireplaces and middens. Although unreliable, carbon dating of shells and other organic matter was used.
To the horror of the investigating academics, the best they could come up with was between 600 and 1,100 years of occupation by the aborigines.
It is time for the Aboriginal industry milking billions from taxpayers and the baloney myths to give way to fact and science. (circa 231BC Phoenicians settled the east coast of Australia having a settlement near the mouth of the Hawkesbury River, NSW)