Dubstep

Perth, Australia

#71 Jan 17, 2013
Good Aussies wrote:
http://www.youtube.com/watch? &v=vR1CU8NjGW0
http://m.youtube.com/watch...

The new Sydney is way better!!!

There wasn't one person in your propoganda film smiling or enjoying themselves. Speaks volumes about how you are a bunch of boring sods

“Potts Point”

Since: Dec 12

Location hidden

#72 Jan 18, 2013
Dubstep wrote:
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http://m.youtube.com/watch...
The new Sydney is way better!!!
There wasn't one person in your propoganda film smiling or enjoying themselves. Speaks volumes about how you are a bunch of boring sods
That's much better. Conversations with old ethnics in taxi cabs, fruit marts, and pizzerias all paint a picture of how boring it was back then. Pubs closed at 6pm, women weren't allowed. They had dance halls but ethnics were prohibited, could only watch Anglo's ballroom dancing from the windows. There was nothing open, very little in the way of food, or any form of entertainment. It was desolate, empty, lifeless, its only draw card was the promise of construction without it migrants looking for somewhere to go following destruction of Europe would have chosen Canada. Must have been a fun place, glad I missed out.
Up Yours Greens

Perth, Australia

#73 Jan 18, 2013
Dubstep wrote:
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http://m.youtube.com/watch...
The new Sydney is way better!!!
There wasn't one person in your propoganda film smiling or enjoying themselves. Speaks volumes about how you are a bunch of boring sods
Oh yeah Sydney is much better now. More fat people to look at, ugly stupid Africans attacking people at railway stations, muslim neighbor hoods where white people cant go, mugings, gang rapes, unemployment, drugs, ethnic ghettos oh yeah its really improved. The general population as a whole is getting more and more ugly all the time. The migrants that arrive en masse are not helping the probem either. Always seems to be the crap ones that come here.
MalbarCACA Controller

UK

#74 Jan 18, 2013
PaulKeating wrote:
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Yes Blair et al, are all very right wing. Political parties in Britain like Australia are portrayed as centre right and centre left but itís just a sham. In reality they are all right of the centre field with similar policies, differing only in style and way they appeal to the masses.
I never said that Britain was not historically a great culture with a huge contribution to the world particularly in terms of literature. Itís just that their greatness has long passed, and the centre of civilization is shifting to the east.
But you did and Britain shone not only in terms of literature but in all aspects of your daily life.

Were it not for its scientists, inventors, intellectual and industrial might you'd still be stuck in the Dark Ages, and as for political systems, freedoms, culture and safeguards against exploitation which would you rather choose, the tyranny of China, the cultural SHITHOLE that is India or the liberalism of the country which allows you now to write platitudes without censure and live without fear while offering you opportunities you never would have though possible in your homeland.

What exactly does the East have to offer in the way of civilisation?
The Truth

Abbotsford, Canada

#75 Jan 18, 2013
Tasmaniac wrote:
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That's one person's opinion. A few brief gold rushes doesn't explain how we were so successful for such a long time. We had one of the longest periods of continued growth and lead the way when the GFC hit. Not bad for so called second rate people.
This post says more about you than anything. You trawl the Internet for stuff that paints a bad picture of Australia when you come from one of the biggest shitholes in the world. People in glass houses, you third world monkey..
If Australians are 2nd rate people, what would that make Indians?

Indians must be 100,000th rate people, maybe even less.

Silly Indians that run away from India to western nations, and then complain.
Nothing seems more foolish, but the Indians don't get it.

They are good for a laugh sometimes though. Lol

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#76 Jan 18, 2013
PaulKeating wrote:
<quoted text>Didn't have to trawl the internet for that, its something most australians who take more than a superficial interest in the country already know. The mining boom helped us ride out the GFC and our growth is due to that and immigration. Our success is our good luck in having natural resouces.
Helped is the operative word. If we didn't have a stimulus package, we would have fared much worse..

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#77 Jan 18, 2013
The Truth wrote:
<quoted text>If Australians are 2nd rate people, what would that make Indians?

Indians must be 100,000th rate people, maybe even less.

Silly Indians that run away from India to western nations, and then complain.
Nothing seems more foolish, but the Indians don't get it.

They are good for a laugh sometimes though. Lol
Anyone who calls us second rate people is an idiot. We have made good use of what we have and have built one of the best countries in the world in he space of two hundred odd years. Something most other countries haven't even come close to achieving.

In regards to Indians. Their stupidity is funny. You're right. How can anyone be that proud of a dirty piece of shit that is India..
Dubstep

Perth, Australia

#78 Jan 18, 2013
Up Yours Greens wrote:
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Oh yeah Sydney is much better now. More fat people to look at, ugly stupid Africans attacking people at railway stations, muslim neighbor hoods where white people cant go, mugings, gang rapes, unemployment, drugs, ethnic ghettos oh yeah its really improved. The general population as a whole is getting more and more ugly all the time. The migrants that arrive en masse are not helping the probem either. Always seems to be the crap ones that come here.
You have got to be a hermit. There is no way a loser like you is going out
Becky

Nanjing, China

#79 Jan 18, 2013
Elias wrote:
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It's a relatively short time ago historically. However I doubt many white people would want to give up air travel, internet, mobile phones, computers and mod cons to go back. Almost everything is made in Asia including the airconditioners that people back in the 1950s would have sweltered on a day like today in Melbourne (40 celcius).
Yeah we didn't have those things but we didn't have 40 degree days either. We wouldn't have needed air conditioners.
Life would have been simpler then, with less anxiety and keeping up with the Joneses.
Dubstep

Perth, Australia

#80 Jan 18, 2013
PaulKeating wrote:
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That's much better. Conversations with old ethnics in taxi cabs, fruit marts, and pizzerias all paint a picture of how boring it was back then. Pubs closed at 6pm, women weren't allowed. They had dance halls but ethnics were prohibited, could only watch Anglo's ballroom dancing from the windows. There was nothing open, very little in the way of food, or any form of entertainment. It was desolate, empty, lifeless, its only draw card was the promise of construction without it migrants looking for somewhere to go following destruction of Europe would have chosen Canada. Must have been a fun place, glad I missed out.
Yeah a lot of aussies ran away to England , USA and some headed off to Hawaii to surf the big waves.

You would have to be mad to live in a society full of control freaks.
southern star

Australia

#81 Jan 18, 2013
It just boils down to..everyone else has their own country and culture, except a white Australian..he has nothing

Then he is told to fight wars so he can continue having nothing and give away what he thought he had..free what others were trying to take..
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Japan

#82 Jan 18, 2013
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Dubstep

Perth, Australia

#83 Jan 18, 2013
Becky wrote:
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Yeah we didn't have those things but we didn't have 40 degree days either. We wouldn't have needed air conditioners.
Life would have been simpler then, with less anxiety and keeping up with the Joneses.
Yeah I'm sure Australians were stress free during the time when they were forced conscriptions to go fight in Vietnam.

Life was so stress free!
Becky

Yangzhou, China

#84 Jan 18, 2013
PaulKeating wrote:
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You will find this interesting reading then. Extract from wikipedia explaining the origins of "the lucky country" term. Apparently its taken from the 1964 book of the same name by social critic Donald Horne.
-----wikipedia extract --------
"Australia is a lucky country, run by second-rate people who share its luck."
Horne's statement was made ironically, as an indictment of 1960s Australia.
His intent was to comment that, while other industrialized nations created wealth using "clever" means such as technology and other innovations, Australia did not. Rather, Australia's economic prosperity was largely derived from its rich natural resources. Horne observed that Australia "showed less enterprise than almost any other prosperous industrial society."
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That was in the 1960's. Guess nothing changes in this country.
Rubbish. We've made our own luck. Natural resources? You mean our tired million year old depleted soils? You are so ignorant- you don't seem to know it's the oldest landscape on earth, mostly semi-desert. Yet we are one of the world's biggest food exporters.You Third World types can't even feed yourselves.
Dubstep

Perth, Australia

#85 Jan 18, 2013
Becky wrote:
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Rubbish. We've made our own luck. Natural resources? You mean our tired million year old depleted soils? You are so ignorant- you don't seem to know it's the oldest landscape on earth, mostly semi-desert. Yet we are one of the world's biggest food exporters.You Third World types can't even feed yourselves.
You have chosen the wrong way to argue this. I work in the resource sector and the engineering involved in mining is crazy!

Australians are pioneers in mining, Americans , Japanese and the expertise from the Middle East is astonishing.

The problem is looking at Australian wealth as being independent to the rest of the world. Huge global companies invest here and we literally have the best in the business working from all over the world.

Australia's openess to multiculturalism has allowed us to develop quicker than nations that are not
Bob Hawke

Garut, Indonesia

#86 Jan 18, 2013
Everything would have been far better with some common sense immigration instead of just opening the flood gates and letting any old criminal without background checks or religious extremists.
Becky

Taiyuan, China

#87 Jan 18, 2013
Dubstep wrote:
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You have chosen the wrong way to argue this. I work in the resource sector and the engineering involved in mining is crazy!
Australians are pioneers in mining, Americans , Japanese and the expertise from the Middle East is astonishing.
The problem is looking at Australian wealth as being independent to the rest of the world. Huge global companies invest here and we literally have the best in the business working from all over the world.
Australia's openess to multiculturalism has allowed us to develop quicker than nations that are not
What you describe is not multiculturalism- it's just doing business. Multiculturalism is social policy, nothing to do business or the economy.
Dean

Blacktown, Australia

#88 Jan 18, 2013
Elias wrote:
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It's a relatively short time ago historically. However I doubt many white people would want to give up air travel, internet, mobile phones, computers and mod cons to go back. Almost everything is made in Asia including the airconditioners that people back in the 1950s would have sweltered on a day like today in Melbourne (40 celcius).
Are you retarded? "White people would want to give up air travel, internet" You do realise that it was white people who created aeroplanes in the first place! I'm pretty sure you will find a lot of things were invented by Anglo people in Western Europe. In fact I'd be interested to see just how many things were invented by the British and Americans, I don't believe the other peoples of the world had the technology of the Anglo sphere. In fact I'm certain they didn't.
Mick

Blacktown, Australia

#89 Jan 18, 2013
Becky wrote:
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Rubbish. We've made our own luck. Natural resources? You mean our tired million year old depleted soils? You are so ignorant- you don't seem to know it's the oldest landscape on earth, mostly semi-desert. Yet we are one of the world's biggest food exporters.You Third World types can't even feed yourselves.
Who are you calling a third world type?
UpyoursConvict

Australia

#90 Jan 18, 2013
Good Aussies wrote:
http://www.youtube.com/watch? &v=vR1CU8NjGW0
You really honestly believe that what you see in some self-gratifying movie reflects reality?
Leave it to other people to build an opinion of you and your Hill Billy inbred lot.
Australians were always good for some bullshtt and deception, this whole fkn nation is built on sub-standard horseshtt.

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