• Culture, critical thinking and choice

    We can no longer just listen to the opinion of one Aboriginal person or persons of Aboriginal descent from somewhere in Sydney or any southern city and apply that to the circumstances of all Aboriginal people.

    Culture, critical thinking and choice
  • Break the cycle

    The most important factor in improving Indigenous health is economic participation – getting adults into work and kids into school.

    Break the cycle
  • FIFO activists do nothing for Aboriginal people

    The Green movement isn’t about conservation or environmental protection. It’s far left ideology that uses lies, bullying and deep pockets to opposes all development. An ideology completely at odds with Australia’s regions who are crying out for jobs & businesses opportunities.

    FIFO activists do nothing for Aboriginal people
  • It’s the economy, stupid.

    The problem for remote Indigenous communities isn’t remoteness. It’s lack of economic participation by the people who live in them. Social breakdown is inevitable when families don’t participate in the real economy for generations, whether their community has 300 or 3 million people. 

    It’s the economy, stupid.

Indigenous prosperity through commerce and private enterprise