The ABC dobs Pauline Hanson’s One Nation into the domain police for its anti-Voice campaign:
A pre-emptive strike by One Nation to register dozens of website addresses that could be used in the Indigenous Voice to Parliament referendum campaign has backfired, with several of the party’s new acquisitions set to be suspended…
The domain licence administrator, which was made aware of the websites after the ABC uncovered 37 domains that appeared to be registered to One Nation, will suspend several of One Nation’s domains containing a .au address.
Judging by his asleep-at-the-wheel approach to the Voice, this isn’t Peter Dutton’s domain either.
As far as I know, and feel free to correct me if this is incorrect, but the origin of the ABC was the Albert Broadcasting Company, of sheet music and radio fame, and flogged the acronym to the then government back in the 1930’s.
Scroll down to the end of that ‘report’ for a straight-up ALP ad pitch for the Voice.
Remind me, does the ABC have a permanent indigenous panel ‘advising’ (dictating to) them on editorial matters? I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: you will never see a whiter list of names – Lachlan, Angus, Fiona, Miranda, etc. – than the credits on an ABC production.
well you are a support of fake sites
Note that the regulator ‘was made aware ‘ of the sites following an ABC investigation. Made aware by whom, might we ask?
That passive voice without an agent is a classic piece of weasel wording: as in ‘the file cannot be found’ as if this is some delinquency on the file’s part. Vicpol trotted it out to avoid producing the statement given by Cardinal Pell’s accuser when he first approached them.
The ABC belongs to them. The prisoners pay for it. But the day of freedom is getting closer.