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Uluru is the real name of Ayers Rock. A massive rock in the centre of Australia. The sacred mountain of the aboriginals. The equivalent of Mecca for the Muslims or of Saint Peter’s for Catholics. Imagine if this place were transformed into a tourist attraction with bar, promenades, a few whorehouses. If it were possible to climb up the Dome of Saint Peter's Basilica with ropes and chains. Snap a photo of the Black Stone. That’s what’s happened to Uluru. The aboriginals ask for Uluru to return to being a sacred place. In the meantime, the Australian government has a plan. Reduce the consumption of alcohol among the natives and the presumed sexual abuses of children even by removing the children from their families. The aboriginals still remember the “Stolen Generation”. The 100,000 aboriginal children stolen by the government last century to educate them. The aboriginals don’t want to commercialize their territory for the mass tourism of the white man. Yesterday the aboriginal Bruce Trevorrow, won a legal case with compensation of 525,000 Australian dollars for having been removed from his mother as a child. In some parts of Australia the aboriginals have been exterminated. As happened in Tasmania where they organised the aboriginal hunts. Then they became extinct and they were not reintroduced by the hunters.

The spread of alcohol that is such a worry to the Prime Minister John Howard is the fault of the whites. Before they arrived, the aboriginals were sober. I believe that even in the great white Australian cities there is sexual abuse of the children in the families. What do they intend to do in these cases, remove the white neighbourhoods, do a few deportations?

Let the great Australian churches make themselves available for free climbing and for drunkards. As happens for Uluru. To establish a right of reciprocity. And let Australian pubs be closed down. The rules must be valid for all.
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aunque parezca extraño el término el Uluru es considerado el ombligo del mundo, y cómo no si es el lugar sagrado de sus nativos australianos, inclusive no es permitido tomar fotografías en aquel sitio, sin embargo al borde del parque se encuentran otras alternativas para pasar un maravilloso tiempo en esta zona. Aquí les dejo algo al respecto que de seguro les va a encantar http://mundoviajes.portalmundos.com/australia-uluru-el-ombligo-del-mundo/

Posted by: lorena | May 13, 2011 09:37 PM


Piero,se mi ricordo Beppe ha fatto uno show or movie called"Cercasi' Gesu'",look at the similarities, both have their own religions,and followers,isn't this funny?and they preach from the internet.......well...........ciao

Posted by: Paola cimquecentesinispesimale | August 11, 2007 09:00 AM


Hello Paola,
I'll have to agree with you the man deserves credit for his persistence. You never know he might be right!! (hihiihhihi) On a more serious note I think that his analysis of the Banking practices is very well done. Perhaps this is the main reason why I resent the fact that he keeps on 'selling' his peculiar (to say the very least) theories without providing a scrap of an evidence. It is However quite surprising that through tenacity and a little bit of stubbornness he managed to create his own audience which is getting bigger by the minute.

If you ask me I still think the guy is a fraud!! Did you know that he once went to a tv programme to make an important announcement? and wait for it..... the announcement was that he was the son of God!!! ... yeah you got it! Jesus Christ in person.

kisses
Piero

Posted by: Piero Sanna | August 10, 2007 02:15 PM


Piero,yes I read your comment,and yes He is over the top with his conspiracy theories,to his credit, he has been doing this for nearly twenty years,that is a passion! and he doesn't give up,has and he is still ridiculed and he keep going,even if I might not agree with his theories,I admire his tenacity,and I find part of his book very interesting,ciao

Posted by: Paola cimquecentesinispesimale | August 10, 2007 09:36 AM


Hey Paola did you read my reply to your post? Let me know what you think about that!! I'm sorry I called you Eva....

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Piero

Posted by: Piero Sanna | August 7, 2007 10:30 AM


What a load of crap. I am an Australian of Italian decent. Go and read some real Aussie history. Before the Christian missionaries came to the Aborigines there was (and remains) tribal law that in some cases included and includes revenge killing, paedophilia (uncles do sexual "things" to nephews as part of coming of age rituals) terrible violence and abuse of women. Sure, the introduction of alcohol (and petrol) have had tragic consequences, as have Western diseases(including diseases found in Italy), but the introduction of Christian morality has provided a new hope for Australian aborigines. Also, the removal of aboriginal children from their families was in many cases done to protect the children from violence and abuse.

Posted by: Robert Rossi | August 7, 2007 02:56 AM


Beppe,hai fatto un bel minestrone,you got different informations and mixed togheter,as Karin said the Aboriginal issue is complex,who can explain better then an Aboriginal himself,wacht Noel Pearson on you tube,or read is interview on Lateline on the ABC on the 26/6/2007 tv,he is a great guy,he knows what he is talking about.ciao

Posted by: Paola Cinquecentesimispesimale | August 3, 2007 12:41 PM


The aboriginal debate is a complex one ,suffice to say that constant government handouts are not the solution. The day they stop feeling sorry for themselves and get on with life is the day they will be really free.
karim

Posted by: karim Strazzeri | August 3, 2007 11:28 AM


i read the full report on child abuse in the northern territories (which led to the prohibition of alcohol in the "reservations") and was deeply moved by the degree of separation in australian society.
on the other side of the world, it did not look so bad...
and it seems as the government still has no clue on how to deal with the people, instead of giving them back what has been robbed hundreds years ago, they are keeping them even more dependent.
i guess for most white australians it would be the most comfortable solution if the aboriginals just died. becaus as long as they are alive, they remind them of their collective guilt.

Posted by: nina corda | August 3, 2007 09:31 AM


Looks like stupidity has no boundary.
Instead of forbidding alcohol and drugs, the government must learn to understand human nature and to find a way to educate people.
What will be next? Ban Jazz, Rap and Art?
Human consciousness is growing year after year until a peak will be reached soon, where everybody will wake up from their slumber to realize that we all eat shit and complain when we find a hair in it.
Kristallnacht is still among us.
Unfortunately.

Posted by: Giovanni Principe | August 3, 2007 04:11 AM


caso mele: in parlamento non si vuole proprio scendere sotto la "quota" fisiologica di inquisiti indagati condannati prescritti. Fuori previti, entra mele...non sia mai vadano in minoranza.

Posted by: fabio pisoni | August 2, 2007 10:55 PM


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