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heyhey tell me about bro,absolutely disgusted, the UN Envoy in Indigenous rights slammed the Australian gubbament last month about its embedded racism against its Indigenous peoples, then add the racist attacks on Indian students, now this. Australia is more in denial about racism than Afrikaners at the height of apartheid. Shame on them
kia ora Ana yep you have a tough job over there - keep up your good work in fighting these racistsKia kaha e hoa
I'm so glad that I moved to NZ. I was born in Aussie and lived there until I was 13 and racism is just a part of every day life there. It's really hard to know how wrong it is when you're just around it 24-7. Hopefully the uproar over this (and there should be an uproar) will make people over there think about racism and their own bigotry.
Kia ora BoganetteYep I think the uproar is growing and as Ana has said it is just one thing after another, over in Oz at the moment. And i agree - hopefully this will get people thinking a little bit more about their covert and overt bigotry and a little more actual consideration of others will occur. Good to have you this side of the ditch.
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