Aborigines stewed in their own incestuous cesspool for 50,000 odd years and have a helluva lot more “genetic suffering” than former prince Harry could dream of and they are going to be a certain way, way worse than Harry, and there isn’t a lot to be done about it unless we are willing (or really even capable) to go back to the tough love of the church missions and the busybodying of the state Protectors’ officials and getting a lot of these kids away from their destructive environments. So this is not a surprise:
A South Australian community (Port Lincoln) was rocked yesterday following news that 13-year-old boy Spencer Benbolt Junior had been killed after a rubbish bin he and two friends were sleeping in was picked up by a garbage truck and emptied during a scheduled collection.
As the bin was lifted, one boy managed to escape injury by jumping out, but the other two children became trapped. The 12-year-old boy who escaped immediately began banging on the door to alert the driver, with emergency services called …… Spencer suffered serious injuries and, despite the efforts of paramedics to save him, died at the scene. The other boy was unharmed despite also being thrown into the truck.
Spencer, looking out of his skull, with the snot nose of a lot of these kids, and with right hand maybe photoshopped-blurred to hide something he is holding:
Again, not surprising, but one of the boys who was with him is pictured below, with his mother and possibly/hopefully his father, and his mother said her 12-year-old son
often hung out with the group and would join them in sleeping outside service stations and at local sporting grounds.
In country towns like Port Lincoln it’s still common for boys to roam around and that’s great, boys need to get out into the world and explore and maybe get into some mischief, in the daytime, but these parents are not only letting one of their sons get an ear pierced, but letting them sleep outside at night, not just at service stations, or football ovals, but in rubbish bins, with delinquent Aboriginal boys who look like:
Great job (full time) mum, and dad.