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Qantas supports Reconciliation Australia

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d15.in.oz

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Good on you Qantas, for your continued support of Indigenous Australians, and corporate congratulations for marking the 40th (shamefully recent) anniversary of the referendum to count Australian Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islanders as people!
 
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shillard

d15.in.oz said:
Good on you Qantas, for your continued support of Indigenous Australians, and corporate congratulations for marking the 40th (shamefully recent) anniversary of the referendum to count Australian Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islanders as people!
Thanks for sharing......

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maninblack

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d15.in.oz said:
Good on you Qantas, for your continued support of Indigenous Australians
Just a shame our PrimeMinister and federal government don't :evil:
 
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shillard

maninblack said:
Shillard. I do not think that your opinion, nor your manner of expressing it are acceptable within this forum and I hope that the Moderators step in and remove your post.
If you don't want a political fire, don't strike a match.

Compared to your effort:

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Originally Posted by d15.in.oz
Good on you Qantas, for your continued support of Indigenous Australians


Just a shame our PrimeMinister and federal government don't :evil:




My post is certainly the more "factual", yours the more "opinionated".

Dare I say: Pot, kettle...........?


Or do you deny that sexual abuse of VERY young children, substance abuse and criminal gang activity are serious problems in remote aboriginal communities?



Odd - I'm usually the one who takes the opportunity to politicise, well, anything really - but then I don't whinge and scream for mummy to come and stop the bad man when somebody else picks up the gauntlet. If you want political free kick, I suggest you get a job writing for Fairfax.
 
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