Over-representation of Indigenous Australians in prison a catastrophe

The over-representation of Indigenous Australians in prison is one of the most urgent human rights issues facing the country today, according to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Justice Commissioner Mick Gooda.

Mr Gooda said he was shocked by statistics released by the Productivity Commission last month that showed a 57 per cent rise in the incarceration rates among Indigenous men, women and children over the past five years.

What a surprise. It’s the way indigenous people are treated under the model that was rolled out across the globe a few hundred years ago and continues to this day. Their wisdom, cultures, practices and peoples are demeaned and destroyed. Christianity was used as the stalking horse, but the real agenda was genocide. I love this quote from Desmond Tutu: “When the missionaries came, we had the land and they had the bible. They said, ‘Close your eyes and pray’. When we opened our eyes, we had the bible and they had the land.”

And as John Pilger’s film “Utopia” demonstrated, nothing has changed for Australia’s aboriginals in 30 years. But no-one seems to look behind the curtain and figure out WHY nothing has changed and why it won’t under the current game; and whilst we tolerate this creeping globalist game, it won’t. Kevin Annett tripped over evidence of widespread genocide of the native people in Western Canada whilst he was there as Uniting church minister – before they expelled him for airing their dirty linen.

We will never fix this in any given country. It’s a global issue and it requires revealing the dark hand behind the world we see to end it.

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