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They could do something sympathetic to have the road loop around near the tree. Statue of liberty captain america avengers shirt But of course not in Australia. Planning goes a long way but not when there’s money to be made in this country.
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the reality is the trees are a local issue and the cathedral a global one. The cathedral is simply significant to more people (over a billion Catholics) that is why the media has dedicated so much time covering it. There is nothing racist about it. the real issue is the systemic nature of the problem. Indigenous relics and sites are consistently undervalued in comparison to others. If the sorrow for Notre Dame is based on loss of a cultural icon, a space important to people, Statue of liberty captain america avengers shirt then the trees should get the same respect. If it’s only about loss of a particular cultures icon with no regard given to other cultures who experience this, often deliberately and consciously, then it is placing greater value on one over another. What do you call that? If people don’t know about something, it is not fair to say they don’t value it-or at least respect the value that others place on the sacred/culturally significant matter if they were aware. I just think you are barking up the wrong tree in this instance.
The post is about the media. It’s pretty clear, after each example I detail the media response. The role of the media is to research and inform, and they are not doing so equally. This is not about individuals, it is entirely about the response of the media as an institution, who fail to delve further into these matters because these matters don’t affect their culture. This issue has been active for long enough, but you don’t see mainstream media coverage resulting in outpourings of grief and sorrow, because our culture isn’t important enough. I fully expect a lot of people to be racist, because I know a lot of people are dickheads. I also expect a fair and rational media to educate the public, and I think if they invested as much coverage on these trees as has been given to the fire, we’d all be singing a different song. So, my question is, why hasn’t the media taken it upon themselves to notify the wider public of the possibility of losing another cultural icon in these trees? Is it because the trees are important to Indigenous cultures and unimportant to their own? Or are they incompetent?
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