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ONE won­ders what the fate would be for any­one in the au­di­ence who didn’t jump to their feet and en­thu­si­as­ti­cally ap­plaud Robert De Niro’s self­ind­ul­gent rant about Don­ald Trump at the NY Ra­dio City Tony Awards cer­e­mony? SIN­BAD, Hal­lett Cove. ROBERT De Niro is quick to put Don­ald Trump down, but I haven’t heard of any­thing sig­nif­i­cant that he’s done for the ben­e­fit of mankind. JUST RUDE. I TO­TALLY sup­port pay­ing the ad­di­tional 15 per cent on public hol­i­days to en­sure hos­pi­tal­ity work­ers are paid ap­pro­pri­ately. But to be served mi­crowaved eggs for brunch this Queen’s Birth­day hol­i­day at a Hen­ley Beach es­tab­lish­ment be­cause “they were so busy” re­ally adds in­sult to the charge. JB. CHAN­CEL­LOR An­gela Merkel should be held re­spon­si­ble for the mur­der of a 14-year-old girl by an Iraqi asy­lum seeker ( The Ad­ver­tiser, 12/6/18). This is only a small in­di­ca­tion of what the fu­ture holds for Ger­many due to WHETHER it’s rock throw­ing or torch­ing stolen cars, po­lice need the friends of these crims to dob them in. Such in­for­ma­tion would solve most crimes. Peo­ple sim­ply don’t care enough to help the po­lice or vic­tims. TJB.

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