Alizee Sery pays tribute to Uluru

Alizee Sery’s tribute to Uluru is the latest in several centuries worth of tributes to indigenous peoples and cultures — not that them’s grateful. In any event, her salutation has certainly gone some way to ‘deepening and broadening the visitor experience of Uluru’, a development which Peter Garrett, the Minister for Uranium Mining, Woodchipping & The Yartz, is certain to welcome.

“What we need to remember is that traditionally, the Aboriginal people were living naked. So stripping down was a return to what it was like. After such a hard climb, when you reach the top, the view and the magic of the place gives you an amazing feeling of peace and freedom. You want to sing, dance and strip.” ~ Alizee Sery (Indigenous group wants Uluru stripper deported, ABC, June 27, 2010)

See also : Garrett to allow Uluru climbs, Lindsay Murdoch, The Sydney Morning Herald, January 9, 2010: “…under a new 10-year management plan announced by Mr Garrett yesterday, the 348-metre rock will remain open to climbers until its popularity dwindles or new visitor experiences are developed. The Prime Minister, Kevin Rudd, and the Northern Territory Chief Minister, Paul Henderson, were among the people who said the rock should be kept open to climbers. Mr Garrett told reporters in Sydney that the key issue for the rock was to deepen and broaden the visitor experience.”

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7 Responses to Alizee Sery pays tribute to Uluru

  1. Sandstone Sandgroper LM says:

    I went to Uluru, didnt climb it, it was cool but not worth it really, much preferred Kings Canyon, the Ulgus and Mt.Augusta. Also really funny reading some of the articles describing it as “Australian aborigines most sacred site…” ignorance seems to prevail either way.

    I think the French chick had a point about the nudity bit though.

  2. she should do it in the Vatican

  3. @ndy says:

    maybe she will

  4. and in Mekka, of course

  5. @ndy says:

    “a tribute to the greatness of Islam”

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