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Should we create a unified Aboriginal state in the NT

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Started: 11/17/2017 Category: Politics
Updated: 2 years ago Status: Debating Period
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I do not believe that we should create a unified state in the NT as it would most likely be hugely poverty stricken due to the not high amount of resources. It would be much like Zimbabwe. Before it there was a country called Rhodesia which had good ties to the British, it made its money of of diplomatic relations. It was run by White men yet as soon as it was ruled by the natives the country went into ruins and a dictatorship which only ended recently. I believe that state would turn out much the same.


We need to create a unified Aboriginal State in the Northern Territory. By doing so, we would be luring many Aboriginal Australians into a certain area of the Northern Territory. This could bring crime rates down around the country, as well as create a sense of unity and equality amongst the Aboriginals. We could improve the health care of Aboriginal Australians, by having the more 'nomadic' Australians going to this place, without the fear of exposure to white supremacy. The unified state would be have a positive effect on both the Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal population of Australia.
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