Apartheid Boycotted

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13 Responses to Apartheid Boycotted

  1. C.L. says:

    Great work, Jacinta!

    Stealing a march on Sleepy Pete.

  2. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    Just what our country needs: a hereditary aristocracy.
    Fun how lefties keep on reinventing the stuff they criticize.

  3. a reader says:

    The Power of One. If she achieves nothing else in her political career (and I highly doubt that will be the case; she’d make a fine PM) Jacinta Nampijinpa Price has done more for indigenous people’s rights than everybody else in the Parliament combined. Just by publicly leading a major political to such a strong position she shows the country it’s not racist to be against special rights.

  4. Entropy says:

    Fun how lefties keep on reinventing the stuff they criticize.

    It’s different when they do it.

  5. Roger says:

    Over to you, Peter Dutton.

    Oh, and what about Net 0 by 2050…?

  6. Not Trampis says:

    Price merely showed how embarrassing she is.

    I do think it shows how hard it would be to get this through a referendum. I always thought it would never get up. in 1967 the DLP a party in its deathroes was the only party to oppose a referendum question and it lost.

    It seems apartheid is another word CL does not understand.

  7. Entropy says:

    You would deny Price a voice, NT?

  8. Roger says:

    Noel Pearson has called David Littleproud a “boy” who has capitulated to Jacinta Price.

    Aboriginal women should know their place, eh, Noel?

  9. C.L. says:

    Noel is one of the Big Men who is part of the problem, historically.
    Of course feminists will not “call out” Pearson for the condescension; for saying, in effect, that Big Men keep their women beaten down and in their rightful place.

  10. Dunny Brush says:

    Noel is also slurring dissenters as “red necks’. Imagine the names he’ll be throwing around should anybody disagree with the Voice’s decisions.

  11. Boambee John says:

    Non Mentis

    I suspect that CL understands the meaning of the word “apartheid” to a far greater extent than you understand the complexities of coal and ruinable electricity generation systems. Are you going to demonstrate your detailed understanding of those by responding to my questions, or should we all assume that you are as ignorant of those as you are of apartheid?

  12. Not Trampis says:

    still no answer on how the voice is apartheid.

    A rather stupid thing to say but not unexpected

  13. Boambee John says:

    Non Mentis

    Still no answers on electricity generation.

    You have said many stupid things on that subject, but they were not unexpected.

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