No, I am not.
If I was aboriginal, would I be permitted to remain on my high horse???
My ancestors migrated legally with appropriate paperwork.
Does that answer your questions?
Maybe now you can help out beebs, Atropos, BigRedV, Delirium, and the rest:
What happens to those who arrive in Australia after the cap has been reached? What do we do with them?
So far, no one has even attempted at answering that question.
How could you possibly know that your ancestors had all their paperwork in order, because that is what has been passed down the ancestor line - that is hearsay. Nothing more.
I haven't not replied to you father bc I don't have an answer to your question. On the contrary I do. I just can't be bothered engaging with you any longer. I don't feel like I'm having a passionate discussion but playing a chess game with a rather obnoxious opponent.
Time to unsub. which is a real shame. There have been a few in opposition to my views like John that at least was open to new POV and who speaks to people without PA and snark. It amazing the effect it creates where someone disagrees with you but is decent about it - bc you in kind return that gesture and the thread moves along smoothly.
BH really needs to get a twitchy eye emoticon....
Last edited by delirium; 09-03-2014 at 16:26. Reason: typo
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