28 thoughts on “Death Threats to Aborigines From Australia’s Lowest Bogans

  1. what a bunch of mungbeans – I hope their employers really do deal with them appropriately.

    Am I the only one that finds it ironic that Drewsta “Chewbacca” Roosta is telling people to “take some pride in their appearance”? I mean, seriously – it looks like the guy covered himself in glue and rolled around on a cat.

    • Luv it Word, I agree totally although the idea of naming & shaming these elements of our society is for us as individuals to write to there employers & even threaten to pull business from them. Its fine to hate a person for there polotics & practices but it is never okay to hate a person because of there Race or Religion. thanks for the support the Author really works hard at this & has done alot of good work.

  2. I think that what u have done is an invasion of privacy if anything other then raiding through these peoples facbooks to find the best photos of all lol and use are fucking saints I mean as they said u are hippies how do u shower or shave the cars that got u there run on petrol umm :/ awkward. Get a job and people will take you seriously no one likes s stinky bum telling them what to believe or do.

    • So just to be clear George, you think it’s okay to cheer the deaths of Aborigines? Or is it a case that you think “privacy” is a bigger value? Also, how exactly can public comments, available for the world to see, actually be private?

      I have said this time and time again-you need to take responsibility for your own actions. The above posters wrote stupid things-and you’re blaming a website for pointing out what they said was stupid, not the posters for saying it. Do you take responsibility for anything you do, George, or quickly find someone to blame whenever things don’t go your way?

      Oh, why do I bother? George is probably too busy to read this, I mean he’s spending all his time “shaving cars” apparently.

  3. Hey, i see you tagged my fiancee in here… She is not even mentioned in any posts… Further more the post i made about the roxby downs protests are not and was not aimed against aboriginals, but against do good protesters that i dont believe have a full view of the situation (incl two portugese backpackers). Please note none of these are complete posts where you see the responses or my responses to the other comments. Way to make a twisted outlook on people.

    • 1. We untagged your fiancee.

      2. Further more the post i made about the roxby downs protests are not and was not aimed against aboriginals, but against do good protesters that i dont believe have a full view of the situation (incl two portugese backpackers).

      We really don’t believe you on this one. We don’t think the Roxby protesters had a camp anyway. And if they did, deliberately driving a 4WD through their camp is attempted murder. As it certainly is to do that to Aboriginal people.

      • 1. Thank you, even though you shouldnt have put it up there in the first place. And its still there???

        2. Its really not a question of believing, since you can just find the complete argument on Facebook and post it all. Not one single place is aboriginals/blacks/Asians or any other racial group mentioned. Therefor its not a racial slur but an argument lowered to mud slinging and “my dad is stronger than your dad” type arguments. So if there is/was aboriginals in the group of protesters then yes it was aimed at them as well but not singled out as individuals. So the headline for this as “death threats to aborigines” is factually wrong.

        The protesters at Roxby downs did have a camp setup in the bush (as they proudly stated on the same page). I dont know where it was, but they claimed they had one. They also said it was ok to damage and vandalize private property in Roxby as they all made their money from the minesite and therefor it was “blood money”.

        The two portugese backpackers wanted to join the protest to protect some seaturtles from extinction even though the minesite is several hundred kilometers inland. Yes a desalination plant was planned or is being built on the coast, but contrary to the belief in protester circles, the high salt concentrate is not being let out in a single exit point if its deemed a threat to the surrounding nature and wildlife. There are very strict rules and regulations, and by putting down a long pipeline which “bleeds” the salt back into the ocean the salt level will not be noticeably affected.

        So to sum up. The headline regarding my post is wrong. You only have one little comment from a huge thread making this a very “Tony Abbott” like debate. And you still havent removed my fiancees name, even though you said you had.

        • And you still havent removed my fiancees name, even though you said you had.

          We removed the tag on that post. It takes longer for it to come off the main page. Be patient.

          As for your argument, the person who wrote the post will have to look at it. Still not nice to drive a 4WD through a protesters’ camp. That’s what gives South Australians a bad name.

        • So. Please do delete all her details of here, as this got nothing at all to do with her. As you can see, I don’t mind you keeping my name and picture as I still (in the context of the thread) acknowledge what I said. And whoever write to her via Facebook, you are a lowlife dog hiding with a private profile and no picture. So by all means put me up, write to me if you like… But I haven’t posted to you or your friends. I posted in a public current group answering to other people in an untagged mudslinging contest. So man up and put yourself in here.

          Now, protesters spent days up there blocking cars and trucks down there, keeping people from warning their money. So why shouldn’t they be slowed to congregate on the edge of the camp, highbeams on and horns blazing and drive SLOWLY through the camp? Doesn’t say blast through unannounced at 120km/h. So again, get my fiancees name blurred and deleted from this post, and get the facts up. Or you guys are no better than “womens day” and Tony Abbott as far as keeping it factual. Cheers. And posting the name and contact details of the author would be keeping it fair, so stand by your “article” and post it.

  4. So i see you still havent put up the complete post, or even to topic of the post and the comments i was replying to. If you did put that up i would not have any issues being on this page. But as you wont, or cant as you dont know where my comments came from, i feel you are being very unreasonable. If you want to keep my post up there i ask you to put up the complete post, the comment i replied to or atleast the topic it was taken from. If you cannot do this i think its only fair you remove my comments, but feel free to repost when you post it as a complete story.

    • I see that Klaemint hasn’t yet grasped the notion of “be careful what you write on the internet”. lol

      I think that any comment that suggests that someone ‘should drive through a campsite in a 4WD with the lights off’ – regardless of the context – is offensive. Full stop.

  5. If you read my above replies, i do stand by my comment and im not really that worried about how offensive it is. The comment was a reply to people breaking private property and telling others it was ok to do so. Got nothing to do with aboriginals, nothing at all. Unless those people where aboriginals, but then its still not aimed at aboriginals, but general vandals and lowlifes thinking its ok to break other people things.

    So i mind the headline, not that im listed here. And as you see i still write my full name, unlike any of you guys.

  6. The irony in what you write is that you feel that it’s not ok for people to “break into private property and tell others it’s ok to do so”… but apparently it IS ok for you to suggest that someone should drive through a campsite of people with their headlights off (suggesting assault, grevious bodily harm and/or worse).

    so… really… Who’s the lowlife? lol

    You say you don’t aim your comments at aboriginals, just “general vandals and lowlifes thinking it’s ok to break other peoples things”. Well, this blog article is aimed at pointing out general vandals and lowlifes that suggest to others that physically harming people because you don’t agree with them or their acts is “ok”.

    • No actually this one is “Death Threats to Aborigines From Australia’s Lowest Bogans”. And if you want to make one just about me with the headline “Bogan wanting to hurt people breaking my things and vandalising my property”, so be it. As i mentioned several times i dont mind me being here, just the proper headline would be nice. After that you can do whatever you want with that post.

      But it seems like you think its ok to vandalise peoples property if you dont agree with them? As long as there is no physical harm to people? The police horse that had to be put down after it was injured by protesters in Roxby was ok?

      All the people that lost their jobs or income due to the protest was ok?

      All the rubbish left in the bush and in town was ok?

      But suggesting (and if you read the entire childish post you will understand) hurting vandals is out of the question, because thats just wrong on every level, so we need to name and shame that person with a false headline that makes him look like a racist angry bogan….? Come on, cant you see thats unreasonable?

  7. awww… did someone break your toys as a child, Klaemint? You’re rather obsessed with people breaking your stuff. Shame you aren’t as particular about protecting other people’s “stuff”; aka the beautiful country we have. But hey, if we start on that argument, we’ll be going around in circles for hours, and I have much better things to do.

    I don’t think that *anything* excuses you encouraging people to violence to sort out problems – as Ghandi said, “an eye for an eye and the whole world ends up blind”. If you have a problem with the protesters, then follow it up through the correct channels, make your complaint to police – that’s what they’re there for. But suggesting that people go out and “drive through a campsite” full of people with their “lights off” is not only “childish”, it’s dangerous and immature. Like a child who doesn’t get what he wants – who throws a tantrum and starts chucking his toys about and hitting people.

    And don’t confuse me for the admin, by the way – I can’t do anything to “change” your post or place it elsewhere.. I just find it amusing to read the irony in your comments, like everyone else on the internet.

    Maybe you should have your own bogan page “Bogan who likes to encourage violence against those that disagree with me”.

    • Protecting Australia like the protesters by leaving rubbish all through town and in the bush?

      I don’t think people broke my stuff as a kid, but i do know, i work hard for my money, i provide for my family, and i do like to have nice things. When people show up, and want to break my things, meaning my kids cant be driven to school, and we cant go shopping i do get angry. When my fence gets plastered in graffiti i get angry. When they stop me from going to work i wont get paid, i cant pay for a new fence and i cant repair my car.

      Then because i “threaten” (as i don’t recall a car running anyone down) to run through the camp, I’m a moron?

      And yes, if the tittle gets changed I’m happy. Correct title will help, removing racism from the tag line will be better. Actually posting the entire thread showing how they say its OK to vandalize would be the best, but as the owner most likely doesn’t know where the screenshot came from i doubt it will happen as she wont be able to find it.

      Also funny how the owner of this blog wont stand forward with her name and details.

      • If any one is doing things to your property don’t whinge here. We are not the police. Go to the police.

        We aren’t targeting the Roxby Downs demonstrators you allege were around your area and whom you allege did damage to property.

        Also funny how the owner of this blog wont stand forward with her name and details.

        Yes funny about that isn’t it, especially since we all constantly get death threats and threats to our families from some of the scum we feature.

        • There’s quite a lot of irony in Klaemint’s posts, isn’t there? On one hand, stating that someone “contacted his girlfriend” on facebook, and on the other, taunting you into trying to divulge your details – to what end? Why on earth does it matter? Is he planning a 4WD drive by, lights off? lol

          Keep up the good work, mindmadeup. 😉 It’s nice to see the bogots squirm when confronted with their poisonous words online.

    • Off course, removes the racism out of the equation. Still a Kangaroo court though, as its only a very short part of a very long post.

  8. sigh. arguing in circles.

    I work, pay taxes, etc etc too – I also get a bit pissed when people want to destroy my country. When big mining companies pollute, destroy and contaminate our land – meaning my kids won’t be able to appreciate the beauty of the country around them, I get annoyed too. All a question of interpretation, I guess.

    Anyway – why don’t you just post the whole post then, Klaemint?

    As you can see, you aren’t restricted in posting here.

    PS: I don’t blame the admin for not wanting to post his/her real name etc – after all, a lot of bogans like to “threaten” to kill, hurt or injure people they disagree with… you know?

    • Like the person writing personally to my fiancee via a fake facebook profile? So ok i/we get them? Or people could just read what i did write, and respond on there? Nah you are right, hiding like cowards behind a nickname.

      Mining companies does not destroy Australia. If you come have a look, its very small portions of land that are being “destroyed”, and once the mine closes down, they have to return it to natural bushland and rehabilitate the entire area. It wont be untouched, but alot of work goes into restoring it. And when have you last been in the Great sandy dessert?400kms from the nearest town? Is the super-pit in Kalgoorlie any worse than an industrial area? So tell me what unique beauty mine-sites destroy, i currently fly over 300 km of the same landscape, the mine-site I’m at is less than 3 square kilometers? How does that ruin all of Australia?

      Pollution? What pollution are you referring to? Most mines have solar and wind energy as part of their power-plants. Oil spills? All dirt (spills greater than 20 liters) are removed and sent away for treatment, the person responsible will be reprimanded.

      When new technology come up (coal seam gas) as being clean and efficient, it gets demonstrated and protested against. Apart from the nuclear waste (and i agree its a bad thing) and the nuclear disasters (3 or 4 worldwide since its invention) its a very clean energy. Not the answer to everything, but could be a good stopgap solution until alternative energy becomes efficient enough to work and deliver the demands 24/7.

      To the answer of me posting the entire facebook post, no thank you. It would take to long for me to find it (lizards revenge is a big and long page). I have simply asked for the correct head line. As i mentioned i do not mind being here, as long its under a correct tag line. Anyway, i will await the answer of the blog owner.

  9. “Actually posting the entire thread showing how they say its OK to vandalize would be the best, but as the owner most likely doesn’t know where the screenshot came from i doubt it will happen as she wont be able to find it.”

    Apparently – neither can you. Kind of a mute point – as this was your argument apparently “validating” your comment to run people over with a 4WD – that if “we knew the full context” we’d apparently condone your comments. What a shame.

    “Also funny how the owner of this blog wont stand forward with her name and details”.. “Nah you are right, hiding like cowards behind a nickname.” – you would too if you had people threatening violence towards you. I’m sure you can probably appreciate that, given that you say someone anonymously contacted your girlfriend on Facebook. (which I think is a vile act, as you can see – I am staunchly against violent acts to advance your position). So why should the owner have to put his/her safety at risk?

    “Mining companies does not destroy Australia. If you come have a look, its very small portions of land that are being “destroyed”, and once the mine closes down, they have to return it to natural bushland and rehabilitate the entire area.”

    hahahaha… ah dear. Actually – I have to disagree. The Australian Bureau of Statistics recently released statements on the “Impact of the mining industry on the environment”… and even they have highlighted the damaging impact upon the environment, and they have stated that “the extractive nature of mining operations creates a variety of impacts on the environment before, during and after mining operations. The extent and nature of impacts can range from minimal to significant depending on a range of factors associated with each mine. These factors include: the characteristic of the ore body; the type of technology and extraction methods used in mining and the on-site processing of minerals; and the sensitivity of the local environment. The environmental impacts of mining, although significant, are generally confined to local areas. Apart from direct physical impacts of extractive activities, contamination of air, land and water may also result.”

    You argue that it is not destroying “all of Australia” – so does that mean “destroying a little bit” is ok? Just as though if I said breaking a few of your toys is ok, as long as I don’t break them all?? And what if you eradicate an endangered animal, permanently contaminate a water source? Do you even consider that in your 3kms of polluted land?

    This is what the ABS has to say specifically about the effect of mining on our land.

    “- Mineral exploration

    Mineral exploration can impact on the environment. Its effect depends on the scale of exploration and what equipment is used in the exploration phase. Initial exploration may involve the use of satellites and aerial photography, with the latter impacting through noise and proximity to wildlife areas when conducted at a low altitude. Activities at ground level often require the use of bore holes, excavation pits and transect lines. The use of support equipment also leaves an impact on the environment; exploration vehicles require access tracks, and even helipads, if left unrehabilitated, can have medium- to long-term effects.

    – Mining operations

    Environmental impacts may also occur through mine establishment, ore extraction, mineral concentration and associated transport, provision of infrastructure (which may include whole townships) and downstream processing.

    Inherent to mining and mineral processing operations is the generation of wastes. These are mostly in the form of waste rocks, including surface waste rocks, rocks between ore bodies or layers and other unwanted material. This form of waste contains low or nil concentrations of the material desired and is often relatively toxic. Normally, waste rocks are stockpiled or dumped adjacent to or near the excavation area, to be used later as backfill during reclamation.

    Mineral processing produces wastes in grain sizes of fine sand, silt and clay fractions. Referred to as mine tailings, this type of waste contains significant concentrations of minerals that are not amenable to recovery at the time of initial mining. Tailings are usually disposed of in specially lined tailings dams, which are normally capped and revegetated to prevent the release of environmentally harmful materials. Other wastes from mining may be in the form of water and air pollution. The majority of air emissions associated with the mining industry include dust, oxides of nitrogen, sulphur dioxide and carbon monoxide. Some of these come from mining vehicles and on-site plant machinery. Water quality may be affected by:

    Acid mine drainage – when large quantities of excavated rock containing sulphide minerals interact with water and oxygen to create sulphuric acid.

    Heavy metal contamination and leaching – heavy metals occur naturally in many ores, and are often released in the mineral extraction process. Metals (i.e. arsenic, cobalt, copper, cadmium, lead, silver and zinc) contained in an excavated or exposed rock may be leached out and carried downstream by flowing water.

    Processing chemical pollution – spilling, leaking or leaching of chemical agents (i.e. cyanide, sulphuric acid) from the minesite into nearby water bodies.

    Erosion and sedimentation – erosion of cleared land surface and dumped waste material resulting in sediment loadings into the adjacent water bodies, particularly during rainfall.

    Environmental impacts resulting from mining are not limited to current mining operations. Mining residues and scars at old mining sites may also impact on local environments. The legacy of abandoned, unrehabilitated minesites has required comprehensive remediation efforts paid for with taxpayers funds. One example is the Upper South Alligator River (north of Katherine) which forms part of Stage III of the Kakadu National Park World Heritage area. As the numbers of visitors increased to the area, a hazard reduction works program was conducted during the early 1990s (Mudd 2000).”

    I could go on forever, but you get the idea.

    So in answer to your questions : “Pollution? What pollution are you referring to? Most mines have solar and wind energy as part of their power-plants.” – ever heard of land/air pollution? Read above.

    “Oil spills? All dirt (spills greater than 20 liters) are removed and sent away for treatment, the person responsible will be reprimanded.” – so while you kill of possibly an endangered animal, plant or cause permanent damage, you get a slap on the wrist, so it’s all ok? pfft.

    “When new technology come up (coal seam gas) as being clean and efficient, it gets demonstrated and protested against.” – Say what? Clean and efficient – my ass. Pollution levels are increasing due to the escaping methane that is released during the extraction of coal seam gas. Toxic chemicals such as benzene, toluene, ethyl benzene and xylene are used in the extraction process. Then there are the heavy metals and radioactive isotopes – also damaging to health. There is also the risk that up to 40 per cent of the toxic chemicals remain within the structure of the seam and can move through the groundwater polluting the Great Artesian Basin – water used for agriculture. I don’t want that shit in my food!

    “Apart from the nuclear waste (and i agree its a bad thing) and the nuclear disasters (3 or 4 worldwide since its invention) its a very clean energy.” Again, what bullshit. 3 or 4 worldwide since its invention? revise your facts, padawan.

    Why not work on renewable energy sources? Wind, sun, etc? … of course, you need money to pay for all those “nice things” that you and your children enjoy… that you “work so hard for”. So basically, what you are saying is “I’ll destroy your home to fund my lifestyle, even if there are alternative engergy sources”. What were you saying about “When people show up, and want to break my things” I get angry? Well, funny you mention that – so do I. Reckless mining is breaking my country – and while I’m not threatening violence, nor will I run you over in my 4WD – I feel I have the right to state my disapproval.

    Such a shame you didn’t find your facebook rant. I’m sure it would have totally cleared your name. Instead of being a racist bogan, you’d be just a violent one.

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