• rherron1234

The ban on climbing Ayer's Rock

This has nothing to do with causing spiritual offense and everything to do with anti white spite from hateful, envious aboriginal activists . Back in the 1950's when my mate went there looking for rock paintings which he loved he was told by all and sundry there weren't any because the rock didn't have any spiritual significance for the local aborigines .

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