by Jim O’Toole, Townsville Bureau
Real Aborigines boycotted the so-called ‘black lives matter’ gathering in Cairns and most other centres around the country at the weekend.
Up to 1500 people, many of whom posing as blackfellas lined the streets of Cairns protesting black deaths in custody, a perpetual cause for mainly white agitators trying to jump onboard the annual taxpayer-funded, $30 billion blackfella gravy train.
These staged demonstrations across the nation had nothing to do with an American negro unfortunately killed by a Minnesota police officer then broadcast around the world.
The American demonstrations have been created and supported by the Democrat Marxists Bernie Sanders and ‘creepy’ Joe Biden, surreptitiously bankrolled by billionaire international money dealer and malcontent George Soros.
Why don’t these rent-a-crowd mobs across the nation jump onto the white bandwagon? Most of them are more white than black. Is it because a succession of Labor State governments has for years spoilt two generations of pseudo-Aborigines by delivering on every demand of the core, urbane agitators?
The real Aborigines of the NT, Cape York and the Gulf are decent members of their communities and do not partake in such subversion.
Cairnsnews is well aware the elders of the 13 communities on Cape York do not support these rabid protestors, many of whom are wet-behind-the-ears, Green, James Cook University students revolting and letting off steam after being cooped up during the Coronahoax lock-ups.
Many of the protestors acted like cattle dogs after being let off the Coronavirus chain-letting off steam by running frantically around the paddock and urinating on every tree, snapping at falling leaves.
What these idiots are achieving is further division between the white population and genuine blackfellas who should be assisted by the state. Their weekend protests have been a great, retrogressive step, trashing any hope of furthering the reconciliation process.
Many of these antagonistic protestors, in our experience are not capable of holding a job, and when the double-dole payments stop in July they might reflect on how their stupidity has harmed the real people of the remote communities who actually do need help.
One thing for sure – city pubs and bottle shops will think their throats have been cut when the double-dole dries up.
Any of our readers watching the ABC Q & A television program tonight would be reviled by the outward hostility and racist attitudes of a couple of alleged indigenous activists appearing on the panel, in particular one named Meyne Wyatt.