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Accomodating kidney diseases in the school

This is no doubt a controversial topic, as you will know if anyone has been keeping up with the incident of Andrew Bolts article on the topic and the response to it.

The issue is claiming benefits when they are not disadvantaged. Treated like everybody else...except for free uni... I'm all for evening the playing field, but this is flapping ridiculous – people taking advantage. The younger of the two has dark eyes, dark hair and is somewhat dark (not full aboriginal dark yet not white either if that makes sense). The younger of the two has dark eyes, dark hair and is somewhat dark (not full aboriginal dark yet not white either if that makes sense).

Again I am not trying to contend someones right to identify as Aboriginal.

Its the 'aboriginal heritage' in one of the parent's bloodline generations before that person was even born.

The whole family's upbringing was not disadvantaged in any way at all and lead a regular life as most Aussies do.

i think you are looking at disadvantage too narrowly and that's why you disagree with the system which was always designed to operate to address "disadvantage" more broadly the benefits aren't meant to recompense for any sort of disadvantage from being racially discriminated as a black aboriginal, nor do they operate like a disability pension which requires the person to show actual disadvantage I actually completely agree with this.

I look nothing like my Greek grandfather yet we are incredibly close and I identify with my Greek heritage despite it 'only' being ¼ of my make up.

I am not saying someone cannot be Aboriginal if they are white in appearance after all this is certainly part of the product of the stolen generation.

I am contending that someone that is not disadvantaged due to their heritage should not get these excessive payments and support.

How do you know what his childhood was like or what his, as you call them, "family issues" might have been?

Sounds to me like you know don't know much about this person at all and are just annoyed because you perceive that he is 'getting a free ride'.

An acquaintance of mine looks completely caucasian yet has a very small amount of aboriginal heritage in his family history, (one aboriginal relative dating very far back in his family generations ago). I however view this as a complete abuse of the system, he is for one a qualified engineer and really has had absolutely no disadvantage to his life due to his aboriginal heritage. EDIT: To clarify, this discussion is not about someone identifying as Aboriginal.