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On Thursday, Scott Morrison said that there was no slavery in this country. On Friday he backed down from those comments and acknowledged the history of blackbirding in Australia — where people were coerced into working as indentured labourers, often through deception or force.
He said his Thursday comments related to the principles that existed when the colony of New South Wales was founded — that there was to be no lawful slavery in Australia. One Australian user posted about the topic on his personal Facebook profile, including a photo of nine Aboriginal men chained together by their necks wearing loin cloths outside Roebourne Gaol in The post was restored after Guardian Australia asked Facebook about whether the photo had been flagged in error.
Facebook apologised to the user late on Friday and restored the post. A spokeswoman for Facebook said the photo was removed by the automated system in error.
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This article is more than 1 year old. Photograph: State Library of Western Australia. Josh Taylor.
Sat 13 Jun Scott Morrison sorry for 'no slavery in Australia' claim and acknowledges 'hideous practices'. .
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