Cashless debit cards protect Aboriginal women and children

Written on the 30 December 2017

he left seems to be increasingly more concerned with the rights of the individual when those individuals are alcoholics, addicts and abusers assaulting women and children the rights of the victims themselves are ignored.

Empty rhetoric and vacuous, overused weasel words are used to bolster the argument against obviously effective tools such as the cashless debit card.

When those in the sheltered towers of academe such as Melbourne's Elise Klein in a recent article denounce the CDC, they are in effect attacking voiceless, marginalised Australian women and children, enduring a life alien to those in virtue-signalling metropolitan coffee claques.


Opinion piece by Jacinta Nampijinpa Price is an Alice Springs councillor and a research associate at the Centre for Independent Studies.

Source: The Australian


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