Top 10 Malcolm Fraser Quotes On Pain at starsquotes

Top 10 Malcolm Fraser Quotes On Pain

Top 10 Malcolm Fraser Quotes On Pain

Malcolm Fraser Quotes On Pain:

Over 120 Aboriginal communities run their own health services – some have been doing so for 30 years. They struggle with difficult medical problems. They also try to deal with counselling, stolen generations issues, family relationships, violence, suicide prevention.

Malcolm Fraser

It is ironic in today’s world, but the core values, the protection of the law which we had thought to be universally accepted, has been seriously breached by the war on terrorism.

Malcolm Fraser

We could try and establish a world in which the great and the powerful adhere to that international law which they require ordinary mortals to adhere to. In other words, there is one international law, and even America and even Russia and China and Japan must adhere to it, and Australia must adhere to it.

Malcolm Fraser

Last year the National Sorry Day Committee consulted with stolen generations people in every State and Territory, and concluded that programmes set up in response to the Bringing Them Home Report are reaching only a small fraction of those they are intended to help.

Malcolm Fraser

Health economists have estimated that an injection of $250 million per year in Indigenous clinical care, and $50 million in preventative care, is required to provide services at the same level as for any other group with the health conditions of Indigenous Australians.

Malcolm Fraser

Politicians today are not highly regarded… there seem to be people young and old and in the middle saying that they have never heard such wretched debates.

Malcolm Fraser

We are seeing healing among the stolen generations, and initiatives which are enabling Indigenous people to make their distinctive contribution to our national life.

Malcolm Fraser

Although our capacities to advance our interests are limited, we should be active and constructive in pursuit of a peaceful and favourable international environment.

Malcolm Fraser

If we want a cohesive society, if we want people that are prepared to respect others who are different in our society, I think a number of the race-related issues have been handled in ways which I really abhor.

Malcolm Fraser

Why turn away from that talent? What is it in today’s parties that is virtually saying, ‘Well, if you’re a George Williams or Garr Barwick, you may not get pre-selection?’ I’d like to reverse that.

Malcolm Fraser

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