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Saturday, October 16, 2010

Toowoomba South East QLD. Lots to love in Spring.

Tourism Toowoomba presents, Indigenous Fight Night!


For the adventurous traveler, there are Sudanese Gangs, Indigenous Tribal warfare re-enactments and more, plus a vast array of low income housing perfectly suited to our new third world refugees. Toowoomba and the Darling Downs was once steeped in heritage and natural beauty, just an hour and a half west of Brisbane and two hours from the Gold Coast. Come and fight for your life on one of our action packed "Man versus Wild" holiday packages down at Grog Gully.

Book now! Simply contact the Toowoomba Catholic Social Justice Commission. Proudly supported by Bnai Brith Queensland.

1 comment:

Vulture said...

Yes, things have just gotten worse and worse in the last ten years. My mates and I have been in Warwick, which is apart of the Darling Downs, off and on for the last 20 years. I've been in Warwick for 16 solid years. My mate has recently left Warwick because he has had a gutful of the rot. I can remember growing up in a town with only a few aboriginal families and next to no other non whites. I can remember the days when there was no youth gangs and little or no real danger of violence in the streets. Skip to 2010, Warwick now has a disproportionally large Aboriginal community, an ever growing number of Asian and other foreign non whites and a ever growing threat of violence in the streets. The Warwick Show and Rodeo are good examples of this. I went to April 2010 Warwick Show and there was heaps of useless Aboriginals hanging around. Not to mention the whites who hang out with them causing problems as per usual. God knows what Warwick will end up like by 2020. All I can say is that white people, especially young ones, should get the hell out of the third world town. Its getting worse and is not safe.