The laughter in the P&B became raucous this morning with news of our 'Black Youth' on the uprising. You think America has a problem? Just look at ours. Uprising or taking a rise?
Schools in Melbourne, Oz, are running an 'election' for the first Indigenous Prime Minister. It will take a while for these young people to make the age and experience necessary. But as you can see there is something else missing.
America elected its first Black President, and went for a half-way black chap. Oz as usual goes all the way.
AUSTRALIANS may have chosen their next prime minister, but the polls are still open for two southeast indigenous students.
Alkira Secondary College, Cranbourne, student Shaylene Black and Dandenong High School's Sam Cocker have recorded their best pitches in The Other Election to become Australia's first indigenous Prime Minister.
Shaylene, in Year 11, is running second out of the 600 indigenous students competing in the national competition, with the winner to be decided by online voting.
Sam Cocker is a candidate in The Other Election for indigenous youth.
In his speech, Sam said he hoped to follow in the footsteps of Paul Keating and Kevin Rudd, who both delivered landmark speeches on Aboriginal reconciliation.
The mind boggles.
This is the state of Oz education and race relations. Two quite White children have been brainwashed into thinking that they are Black. At least the girl has a surname that says so, and let's face it, Shaylene is about as aboriginal a name as you can get, like, innit, 'n that?
The cocky lad has Kevin Rudd as a role model. And Paul Keating. A narcissist looney and a foul-mouthed 'World's Best Treasurer', who wasn't. Legends in their own lefty lunchtimes.
As far as we know, neither has declared themselves to be homosexual, acknowledging the Rainbow Serpent. Small educational omission there.
It should cause a riot in the humpies in Arnhem Land.
Gimme a drink.