Salvo 43

Salvo 43

Column: Foreign Intel — Topic: FamilySalvo #43

Family Downed Under

Government Solutions Do Not Address the Fundamental Needs of the People by Michael Cook


Is this the most hellish town on earth? Above, a cloudless cobalt sky. Beneath, red dirt. To the north, to the south, to the east, and to the west, undulating, scrubby, featureless, and iron-rich land. Summer temperatures can reach 120 degrees Fahrenheit (49 C). During a late nineteenth-century gold rush, it was the biggest settlement between Perth, 1,600 kilometers south, and Darwin, 2,600 kilometers northwest. Nowadays Roebourne, Western Australia, is the child abuse capital of the nation.

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