1921 is now a hundred years ago. Have we learned anything in the meantime? Have those who aspire to power or wealth learned anything? Has science improved our lives, or do we make the same selfish and stupid mistakes? Are the poor better off? Were there practices and customs which have stood the test of … Continue reading 1921 – a short visit
This should be the roadmap for Morrison!
Australia has been through four natural disasters this year; the drought, the bushfires, the pandemic and the global climate catastrophe . Each of them has provided us with varying degrees of physical exposure, but if you were not directly and personally exposed to any of them, your mental health was probably affected. Big government is … Continue reading Catastrophes need drastic remedies and lots of cash
If we attempt to compare Aboriginal land use with those of the early settlers, we should broaden the meaning of 'land use'. We should move away from the narrow European notion of agriculture and horticulture, to one which includes religious and cultural associations with the land, and one which allows the skills and the bounty … Continue reading Indigenous Australians knew how to look after the land