They were totally not going to expand the Voice, though. LOL.

“I acknowledge the Ngunnawal people, and the Ngambri people who hold deep and abiding ties to this part of Australia. This being a ceremonial sitting of a court having nation-wide jurisdiction, I also acknowledge traditional owners and custodians of lands in all parts of the continent of Australia, of Tasmania, of the Torres Strait Islands, and of other coastal islands. I do so in the place – in the very courtroom – where traditional laws and customs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples were first recognised by the common law of Australia, in Mabo v State of Queensland (No 2).
The new Chief Justice didn’t acknowledge the sovereigns of Australian democracy – all of us.
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10 Responses to They were totally not going to expand the Voice, though. LOL.

  1. NFA says:

    The new Chief Justice didn’t acknowledge the sovereigns of Australian democracy – all of us.

    Why would he?

    He’s a ‘Harvard man’, man.

  2. Lee says:

    “Traditional laws and customs;” what a sick joke.

    Many were and are quite brutal, inhumane, and blood-curdling.

    Personally, I refuse to accept or acknowledge any of this Rousseauian rubbish.

  3. Entropy says:

    You wait until science agencies start on about Australia’s first scientists.

  4. Christine says:

    Enthusiastic.
    But he left out – owners of the skies above us.

    I don’t like the look of him. He’s got a fold in his collar and defiance in his eyes.

    We said NO.

  5. C.L. says:

    Same story link:

    Also getting a guernsey on the High Court bench today is Robert Beech-Jones from the New South Wales Supreme Court.

    He will fill the vacancy left by outgoing chief justice Susan Kiefel.

    Justice Beech-Jones has ruled in many significant cases, including throwing out challenges to the New South Wales government’s 2021 mandate for COVID-19 vaccinations for essential workers in health, aged care, construction and education.

    He complained at the time of being bombarded by emails from anti-vaxxers.

    Interesting, isn’t it.

    The “anti-vaxxers” were 100 per cent correct and he was 100 per cent wrong.

    Rewarded with a seat on the High Court.

  6. twostix says:

    These are prayers they’re saying. All of the welcome to country stuff, etc, in school assembly’s, meeting rooms and now swearing in ceremonies, it’s a prayer and an affirmation / oath they say to display their total loyalty to the new way of being.

    The church should denounce it all as the spread of paganism from the new ruling clique that it is.

  7. NFA says:

    what twostix says: 7 November, 2023 at 12:51 am

  8. Buccaneer says:

    Not my justice.

  9. Old Lefty says:

    Could be worse, though. I was half expecting Dreyfus to appoint the egregious Ferguson or Judd from Victoria.

  10. Pommy Al says:

    Mine neither Buccy.
    We are totally effed.

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