On racist incidents in Australia 2013. Part one of a ten thousand part series.


Sick of the most blah blah of 2013 lists yet? No? Good, because here’s another one. I will be making this an annual thing, and since this is the first one I’m attempting ever, it’s not going to be good But hey, it’ll be better next year right? RIGHT? We can live in hope, says the most powerful black man in the world, Jay Z. And on that note, here goes the list of the most racist incidents in no particular order other than the order in which I am remembering them.

Adam Goodes gets called an ape by a 13 year old girl.

This one is stands out in my mind. Because it was Indigenous round of the AFL week, a week to celebrate reconciliation, culture, recognising Indigenous sporting excellence and reflect on the hard road Australian Aboriginals have faced and are still facing in regards to inclusion in…

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3 comments on “On racist incidents in Australia 2013. Part one of a ten thousand part series.

  1. In my experience, Australia is one of the few countries where it’s okay to be racist – even in the mental health system.

  2. I do not even know what to say to the sickness of Australia. I will look to see how the Original people of Ab were able to survive at all. And put that in our survival manual.

  3. I saw a documentary on the riots in Aust. and they seem all to happy to be as racist as they want. This from a people that invaded an island with their criminals and lowlifes.

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