Today is Australia Day Post #2

Proudly Unaustralian!

A beautiful day, with a majority of Australians, mostly of non-Anglo decent, not giving a hoot about this public holiday.

Just another chance to get immensely wasted.

For some others, it’s a day to remember the pillages, rapes, and desecration of the proud Aboriginals, who are indeed the real Australians.

Remember to gently remind Anglo Australians of that fact when they tell off any non-Anglos to “get out of my country”.

Amen to Australia Day.

Fair go? Not likely, mate.

Image from www.azlanmclennan.org

7 Comments so far

  1. Neil (unregistered) on January 26th, 2007 @ 5:48 pm

    Real Australians? Sure they were first but everyone who is a citizen is an Australian including those of Aborginal, Asian, and Indian decent.

    Melbourne specifically had citizenship ceremonies featuring those of all cultures. The parade down Swanston St had a focus on Multiculturalism. Even John So sung Waltz Sing Matilda (not very well though).

    We are not a white supremist country. Im sure there are a minority of people who feel that but don’t imply its the majority because its simply not true.


  2. Angela (unregistered) on January 27th, 2007 @ 2:55 pm

    I went to the city on Friday and joined the parade. It was awesome! Happy Bday Australia!


  3. Angela (unregistered) on January 27th, 2007 @ 2:56 pm

    I went to the city on Friday and joined the parade. It was awesome! Happy Bday Australia!


  4. Santos K (unregistered) on January 28th, 2007 @ 1:09 pm

    adrock2xander, u need a head check mate. im an east african asian, and have made melb home.
    may be u shd make a bit on an effort to get ur fat arse out of bed by 7am and head to the city, watch the parade, check the bbqs at b’rang mar and across from the yarra.. or even head to st kilda and check ‘multiculturalism’ at its best..


  5. adrock2xander (unregistered) on January 28th, 2007 @ 7:29 pm

    Actually, i was at the parade. John So was seated on the extreme right of the stage, next to his missus (?). Steve Bracks was in the middle. I volunteer with the City of Melbourne; geez make sure you check your facts before making random accusations about not turning up for the parade.

    So no doubt about it, i was there. My arse isn’t fat, and i’m really keen to throw a Mom joke at Santos K now, but i’m gona keep mom.

    I’m just saying, Melbourne’s done well over these two decades. However there’s still a lot more work to be done.

    Let’s start with Australia’s treatment of international students.

    Word.


  6. Neil (unregistered) on January 29th, 2007 @ 10:07 am

    So Australia is raping and pillaging international students?

    or is just because int students can’t get half price tram tickets?


  7. adrock2xander (unregistered) on January 29th, 2007 @ 10:31 am

    Australia Day is viewed by many Aboriginals as the day Anglo occupied and called their sacred land an extension of the British Empire. Raping of the land and pillaging of the resources is what i meant. I didn’t think you were that shallow Neil.

    It goes much deeper than just tram tickets; International students are treated like 2nd class citizens.



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