Paddy passed away a number of Syracuse Best Dad Ever Father’s Day Shirt years ago! Phil was a lawyer, like I said, an outsider. Sadly the rock has been politicized. The real losers are the traditional owners – who have lost control to the bureaucracy, the legal system, and advisers, and the average Australians who really want to understand the history both white and native of the area- without the politically correct slant! Also if you really want to know- no group traditionally owned the rock. It was a meeting place for a number of groups for cultural and other reasons. So anyone traditional group had a number of reasons for its significance. None of which had any issue with climbing until others got involved. But believe what you want.
I’m NOT relying on the Syracuse Best Dad Ever Father’s Day Shirt media, you numpty. I’m relying on FEDERAL legislation… The Native Title Act, which recognizes the Anangu as the traditional owners. I know a guy called Phil Toyne. YOU might want to look HIM up? Nothing to do with the media (sorry to burst your little conspiracy theory bubble) and everything to do with the law. If you ever see your mate ‘Paddy Uluru’ again, tell him I said hi. where do you start! There are many who have imposed their will over many traditional beliefs- much of it has been for political gains, etc- Happy to discuss rationally- sadly Facebook precludes much of this. Suffice to say many groups both official and unofficial, with legislative agendas that have not always been to the benefit!