Author Archives: Kenneth Robson

About Kenneth Robson

I studied at Adelaide Boys' High School, and the University of Adelaide, Medical School. graduating in 1961. My field of specialisation was Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. Prior to establishing my practice in Adelaide, I spent 5 years working in India, and Papua-New Guinea, in the field of reconstructive surgery for leprosy. In retirement I joined the Australian Technical Analyst Association and passed the two examinations for a Diploma inTechnical Analysis, and the designation Certified Financial Technician (CFTe) by the International Federation of Technical Analysts.

What form could A Voice for the Voiceless take?

“The Uluru Statement from the Heart” issued five years ago by a representative group of First Australians, should not be viewed by White Australians as a plaintiff claim for damages for past wrongs. Rather it should be seen as a … Continue reading

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Australia’s Unfinished Business!

It is an undisputed historical fact that from 1788 Great Britain dispossessed Indigenous Australians of their lands to establish secure penal colonies for an estimated 162,000 convicts transported up until 1868. Great Britain made no attempt to negotiate an agreement … Continue reading

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Nathanael – a Biblical role model for politicians

Have you read the story of how Nathanael, an exemplary orthodox Israelite from the town of Cana, was introduced to Jesus by Philip of Bethsaida, and became another of Christ’s disciples?  It is recorded in John Chapter 1 verses 43 … Continue reading

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Gideon Rozner – An articulate voice for the IPA

The Institute of Public Affairs, (IPA), a conservative, public policy think-tank, was established in Victoria in 1943 to counter the growing influence of socialism, and to promote private enterprise. It was economist and economic policy commentator Charles Denton Kemp who … Continue reading

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Happy Australia Day — Endless Roaming

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Justice delayed for Indigenous Australians

Australia is the only country in the world, according to Linda Burney, not to have granted First Nation peoples recognition in their Constitution. She also pointed out that the recent failed attempt of the bipartisan Referendum Council established in 2015 … Continue reading

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The Third Chamber furphy!

It was a catchy term coined by a little known blogger to draw attention to his post, written as a contribution to a debate on the desire of Indigenous Australians for a political voice in parliament, as expressed in the … Continue reading

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Coalition Moratorium on Newstart Challenged by Barnaby Joyce.

Barnaby Joyce may be a threat to PM Scott Morrison’s desire for Coalition unity in rejecting widespread calls for increasing the Newstart Allowance to assist the unemployed to find work. But his outspoken support for the measure resonates with regional … Continue reading

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The “Original” Issue that won’t go away!

My hope, shared by many Australians, is for our nation: to formally recognize and respect the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the prior occupants of Australia for an estimated 60,000 years. to allow Indigenous Australians to have a … Continue reading

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Bring it on Scott!

Known and hated (at least by me) is “Foxtel News after Dark”. One after another, know-all hosts ad nauseum, all with the same pro-coal, climate change denying rhetoric, and ungracious bitter anti-Turnbull tirades. Night after night. Week after week. Same … Continue reading

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