Page Title. Entering Coolgardie.
There's a row of houses that look like they have been literally carried up from Perth and placed in a row. The were built for miners and their families. My parents rented one in the middle. I d just started a job in a roadhouse. It was only two minutes walk away. On entering work every morning I was met by red eyed, red nosed, sick staff all at various stages of the flu. My bosses were a family of six, related in various ways, and that's where the similarity ended.
In the kitchen the main topic of conversation was whom ever was not present at that particular time. I wondered what they said about me when I wasn't there. On reflection I realised I was a bit hard on the girls and their back biting. I fantasized getting them all stoned and then discovering what their all made of underneath and who they really are under the masks that they wear.
My Mum is popular, that's because she's friendly and caring, people like that in a person's character. Famous & Major Historical Events in World History. The invasion of Australia - official at last. The invasion of Australia - official at last 1 July 2011 The City of Sydney has voted to replace the words “European arrival” in the official record with “invasion”.
The deputy lord mayor, Marcelle Hoff, says it is intellectually dishonest to use any other word in describing how Aboriginal Australia was dispossessed by the British. “We were invaded,” said Paul Morris, an Aboriginal adviser to the council. “It is the truth and it shouldn’t be watered down. In 2008, the then prime minister Kevin Rudd formally apologised to Aborigines wrenched from their families as children under a policy inspired by the crypto-fascist theories of eugenics. The platform for these holocaust deniers is the Murdoch press, which has long run its own insidious campaign against the indigenous population, presenting them as victims of each other or as noble savages requiring firm direction: the eugenicists’ view. EMPIRE17.swf (application/x-shockwave-flash Object) Ancestry5_large.jpg (JPEG Image, 3000x1536 pixels) - Scaled (33%)
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