fokiten wrote:How could this be?
Oz has a reputation for kindness to others,,, they're a gentle, polite and charming folk; personalities bent on spreading goodwill and accepting those with apposing views.
Have you ever seen a koala bear?
just adorable, this must be a typo of some sort
I read they claim
They were born there, they did not fly there,, 100% Oz bros
Ah?,,, I get it now it's them aboriginals who are going nuts...
f-en,, ah? Hmm?? crap,, they said white dudes with clubs.
Well that settles it. It's a typo,,aboriginals are not white, they are native brown,,peace loving and kind, just like I said.
People at one with their land,,,soul bros
THis is obviously just a typo some
confounded numpty journalist no doubt, with larceny in his genes...
It's all a mistake,,, how could this be??
it's all good,, I'm sure of it
carry-on Oz,, keep speading that (home grown) love...
vietkiter wrote:Seems the actual facts appear sketchy... regardless, the triggering event only seems to unmasked much deeper social friction than simply a bunch of immigrants tarnishing a beach. Seems no different than recent events in France.
Taz P wrote:In Aussie, they have locals going on riot against immigrants to protect a land.
-andre- wrote:but i didnÃ‚Â´t see a demonstation, i only saw surfstyle looking people beating and kicking foreign looking men and women!
vietkiter wrote:Taz P wrote:In Aussie, they have locals going on riot against immigrants to protect a land.
I don't pretent to have specific insight into this situation. I presume you are closer to the "actions." So I defer to you to explain how such "riot" is "protecting the land," in context of the quote below? Are we talking about another "aboriginal-like noble cultural assimiliation"?
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