Poor victims of racism , or just lazy winers ??

Discussion in 'The Fire For Effect and Totally Politically Incorr' started by jack404, Jul 12, 2012.

  1. jack404

    jack404 Former Guest

    Jan 11, 2010
    these folks did not get government money

    but then they did not fill in any applications to get any, so now they scream racism , someone should have filled out the forms for them !!!

    but they prefer to blame the rich folks in the area , (after all they rob them often enough ..)

    not their own laziness


    A SYDNEY primary school that claims to have one of the highest proportions of refugees of any school in the country has missed out on extra federal funding for disadvantaged students because it is near a wealthier suburb.
    The P&C representative Zenna Diab, whose daughter attends Auburn North Public School, said 95 per cent of its students were from non-English speaking backgrounds and 116 (22 per cent) were refugees.
    She said because the school's catchment area for federal government funding took in the wealthier suburb of Newington, it failed to qualify. The program for disadvantaged schools would have given an extra $1000 for each student over four years, she said.
    Of seven schools in the area, Auburn North Public was the only one to miss out on the extra federal funding.
    It received $500 a student over two years in state government funding that ended last week.
    The wealth of suburbs within a three kilometre radius of each school, using Bureau of Statistics data, was used to measure a school's funding need under the more generous federal program.
    ''No students at Auburn North Public School reside in Newington,'' Ms Diab said. ''Our children deserve the same opportunities being provided to every other student attending a low socio-economic disadvantaged school.''
    The federal Education Minister, Peter Garrett, wrote to the NSW Education Minister, Adrian Piccoli, on June 4, asking him whether he could use some discretion in allocating federal funds to the school.
    Mr Piccoli replied saying the federal h funding had been already allocated, leaving no extra money to give to Auburn North Public School.
    A spokesman for the federal Department of Education said ''determination of a school's priority enrolment area (the school's 'catchment' area) is a matter for the NSW government''.
    However, a spokesman for the NSW Department of Education said the federal government designed the methodology used to allocate the funding for disadvantaged schools.
    ''That includes the methodology which included the residential area of Newington,'' he said.
    ''However, the school has received considerable additional state funding.''
    The spokesman said Auburn North Public School received $952,000 in extra funding from the state government - an extra $500 a student over two years, which ended last week.
    The NSW Greens MP, John Kaye, said the NSW Department of Education had failed to ask its federal counterpart to exclude the wealthier suburb of Newington from Auburn North's catchment when the national partnership program was established in 2008.
    ''This is a disadvantaged community, and the school deserves the additional funding,'' he said.
    ''It was making excellent use of the money which it will now lose, thanks to the failure by the NSW department under [NSW] Labor to correct the list in 2008.
    ''Not a single Auburn North student comes from Newington, so that suburb's relative wealth should not be used as an excuse to preclude the school from funding. Students from Auburn North Public School come from some of the most vulnerable groups in Australian society.''

  2. raven818

    raven818 Well-Known Member Supporting Member

    Oct 3, 2011
    Jax, Fl.
    Everybody knows that almost all accidents occur w/in five miles of their home.
    This was an accident. They should have moved.

    Friendly looking bunch. Ya think they were coached for that photo op?

    My sister called with a revelation: The vast majority of heart attacks happen before noon. I told her to stay in bed until 12:30. What are people thinking?

  3. LyleLovett666

    LyleLovett666 Former Guest

    Apr 17, 2012
    They can always move back to sand and rocks if they don't like it.
  4. aa1911

    aa1911 Well-Known Member

    Dec 12, 2010
    Pacific Northwest
    job's not finished 'till the paperwork is done! gotta ask to receive....
  5. BlackEagle

    BlackEagle Well-Known Member Supporting Member

    Nov 25, 2011
    First lesson to be taught should be how to say "thank you".

    Second lesson should be "you have come to a great country. This is why it is great...You are welcome to adopt our lifestyle and culture and to abandon the culture that opressed you and forced you to leave your country."

    Third lesson: everyone has an equal right to earn a living and make a meaningful contribution to your new society.
  6. skullfr

    skullfr New Member

    Jul 11, 2012
    I agree 100% with Blackeagle.The U.S. is a land of immigrants.With alot of them considered outlaws.It is what made this country great.With the loss of morals,being taught correctly and removing God from school and govt functions we are becoming a socialist State.People complain about the welfare system when it is the govt that screwed it up.It was for a temporary help.But with the govt punishing those that tried to do better it raised a generation of those that found they did better by not working and popping out kids for more money.They eliminated corporal punishment in schools and wonder why kids are so unruly.Look at younger offenders,they have no sense of consequence for thier actions or fear of punishment.The illegal immigrant issue is the same,I have no problem with someone wanting to better thier life but do it legally.We need to secure our borders to keep out undesirables and criminals.If America is so bad why do they risk thier life to come here.Free schooling,no taxes,free health care.Come here legally,pay your tax and enjoy your life.
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