A predictable angle: Anthony Albanese calls leftwing opponents of voice to parliament ‘radicals’.
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The globalist WEF want us to follow the communist Horse face’s ruinous NZ racist division.
Note the Liberal party won’t go against it because there is no Liberal versus Labor anymore.
There is a globalist uniparty.
The sooner Australia wakes up to what’s really going on all the better.
Unfortunately that would mean realising what many did by taking the jab……..so they aren’t going to wake up…..the truth is too much for people to contemplate accepting.
Of course. Albanese was a trot. And as they say, once a trot, always a trot.
Albo believes in continuous revolution under the appropriate leadership of the proles, who don’t know what is good for them.
He’s Establishment. Of course his enemies are Radicals.
The wheel has turned a half circle.
Thorpe et al are teeing up a position that allows for maximum negotiation should the referendum pass and the soft underbelly of leftist posturing become exposed, then post legislative coitus, they can resume unabated their push for more money and more power.
“going forward” – that annoying expression
What a hide they have.
Who exactly are the “we” who have failed Aboriginal Australians?
And why do politicians think mainstream “we” should follow their lead.
Mainstream “we” might ask why all the organisations set up to help/benefit Aboriginal Australians have failed. How many have been shut down because they have failed?
Presenting this supposed voice as a “modest and gracious” plea might fool some of the people.
Almost as bad as “in this space.”
There will be learnings.
Can I just say? We make no apology for our words. We’re in the business of getting results for all Australians.
The voice will be disastrous blek-socialism led by horrific academic ideologues that no government, present or future, will have the semniferous or luteal fortitude to oppose. The Parks are/have been locked up (Mt Warning) as a beginning to a full-on take over.
Albo is gaslighting because he’s getting desperate. The last week has seen any momentum for the Voice evaporate. Plus, Albo can’t do his usual shtick and hide away, like he did during the election campaign. Over the last week, Australians have watched in dismay at the mayhem in Alice, have yet again seen Oz Day delegitimised, and yesterday, in Melbourne, heard Ms Thorpe’s screeches and watched her wave a stick around whilst shouting and screaming “war”. Quite understandable for Australians to recoil in horror. We should.
But what does Albo do? He doesn’t call out Thorpe for being radical, instead he smears any opponent of the Voice as “radicals”. He thinks he’s being smart. It isn’t smart politics but no doubt he’s surrounded by progressive inner-city scum who think that by smearing ordinary Australians as “radicals”, he can deflect yet again. But I have a feeling that this shtick has passed its use by date. Anyway, the good thing is that we’re finally seeing the true Albo, the hard-left Marxist Troskyite liar that he has always been, the Albo that an incompetent Morrison and a spineless capitulating Coalition gifted to this country.
Here’s a basic truth, Anthony Albanese was never fit to be PM
“Almost as bad as “in this space.””
I can’t stand “the pub test”.
It’s clear he’s calling righty opponents “radicals” also.
Anthony Albanese ‘not surprised that some radicals’ oppose the Indigenous Voice to Parliament as ‘no’ campaign ramps up (Sky News, 27 Jan)
Disagreeing with Albo’s received tablets of stone is “radical” apparently.
Not sure where he got the tablets from but.
Apparently changing the constitution to do something previous governments were able to do via atsic is not radical? I’m guessing that making it so that a public vote, rather than a vote of parliament to abandon it is what they are aiming for, that it will allow them a much easier way to circumvent the constitution is simply gravy.
Umm, Thorpey is campaigning for the No side and it’s fair to say she’s an opponent of The Voice.
Of course, it could be a Cointelpro to stampede Peter Dutton into announcing for Yes, too.
Anthony Albanese ‘not surprised that some radicals’ oppose the Indigenous Voice to Parliament as ‘no’ campaign ramps up
I don’t know if the No Campaign is “ramping up”?
More like a boomlet on Australia Day, and that’s it.
I suspect that I have little in common with Cassie – yet for many months I find I have agreed with almost everything she has written.
The “ voice” is low politics and bad policy.
It proposes a permanent apartheid for us.
It proposes a “Bunyip Aristocracy” for the second time in our history.
Our forebears in the late 19th century refused to tug the forelock and saw the project off with derision. I hope the Australian Spirit can achieve this once more.
The “ voice” is low politics and bad policy.
It proposes a permanent apartheid for us.
Albanese won’t say what Legislation he has planned, just that The Constitution must be changed first.
That’s the real issue, not some humbug about “Apartheid”.
No the real problem is that the voice adds into the constitution a mechanism to effectively change the constitution via legislation, so even if Albo and his cronies do the right thing with their unspecified legislation this time, we the Australian people can never be sure some future government might leverage the fewer voices to control the whole.
Yes, must stay focused.
The real issue is the Prime Minister’s refusal to reveal what legislation he has planned.
The Voice appears aimed at being a permanent “cross-bench” meant to always hold the balance of power….except that the cross-benchers will actually be Labor / Left Self Enrichers and Toadies screwing the productive citizenry for immediate advantage. There will be no long-term aid for anyone not part of the clique.
So, why did ATSIC fail so spectacularly, despite being The Voice of it’s day? Why are the Aboriginal land councils, town councils, medical services, congresses etc all duds? Why do nearly all individual remote area community councils end in total dysfunction/
Simple answer is that the ‘smart” white Aborigines run them, and rip them all off. Why would a bureaucrat on big bucks with a mortgage on a mansion in Sydney or Melbourne….. . who is whiter than 99% of other white people, let some dusty ill-clad and ill-shod full-blood have THEIR (the white Aborigine’s) rightful dough?
The half dozen Land Cruisers which are paid for but which don’t arrive. The dozen houses built but six of which cannot be found. The truck-loads of expensive supplies which roll through town and are unloaded into a warehouse 100ks away, then sent someplace else at a discount. This is the “leakage” which explains why hundreds of billions sent out west have not been seen doing anything to “close the gap”.
A flamin’ scam from beginning to end….as usual!
No the real problem is that the voice adds into the constitution a mechanism to effectively change the constitution via legislation, …
The Constitution can’t be changed by Legislation.
It can only be changed by a successful Referendum to change the wording in a specified manner.
So it follows that the Legislation Albanese has ready to go would be unlawful under the present Constitution.
… so even if Albo and his cronies do the right thing with their unspecified legislation this time, we the Australian people can never be sure some future government might leverage the fewer voices to control the whole.
You’re putting the cart before the horse.
Either Albanese has the Draft Legislation or he hasn’t.
If he hasn’t, why are we even having a Referendum?
If he has, let’s see it.
So, the argument is why are we having a Referendum if Albanese won’t disclose the Legislation he has planned?
Perhaps a better way of putting it is sidestep the constitution. The matter remains, the detail, this time is not the only problem, when it comes to the detail of what the voice legislation contains. It won’t require a constitutional change to add in unspecified items.
You can call the legislation as unconstitutional as you want, once it gets passed and is accepted there will be a mechanism to sidestep constitutional changes by just using the voice legislation and telling people they are racists if they resist, and there will be precedent. Someone would need to challenge that in court.
Albanese’s Legislation requires Constitutional change, he’s made that clear.
Under the present Constitution, The Voice will be struck down in the High Court.
Ditch the Referendum, legislate for ATSIC 2.0.
I agree with the obvious conclusion, I’d add, that no one in the media is asking exactly what in the legislation means the constitution needs to be changed. We’re there to be an actual reason, that didn’t weaken the constitution and meant there were going to be actual outcomes for indigenous people, not at the expense of the rest of the community and it was reasonable, i personally might support that. I am though, incredibly sceptical that this is anything other than a rank power play using smoke and mirrors.