There are a few things in life that you can count on as sure things, death and taxes being two of the most prominent, and today we can add another truism to the list – aborigines will do the most stupid thing possible. To be fair, this has always been the case, it’s not as if this is a recent phenomenon. But the sheer scale of dumbness currently on display in my home state of Western Australia makes previous aboriginal dullards look like Einsteins in comparison.
This is how they respond when aboriginals are given just a little bit of authority over what gets done on public or private land through legislation. If this kind of power is embedded in the Australian Constitution, aboriginal groups will extort money for every conceivable land use, event, construction, farm work, you name it.
The new age socialist leftie government of Western Australia passed new legislation that became affective on July 1st of this year. The passing of the Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Act is a foretaste of the proposed Voice to Parliament. The act is convoluted and unclear and has aboriginal groups running around in excited circles attempting to grab as much loot as possible before the good times go away. Hence the demand for a measly 2.5 million bucks to allow some trees to be planted by government groups along the Canning river foreshore.
As David Hiscox notes in the quoted article, when the abos run in to grab the loot, our elected political representatives run for cover. There are few things in this world more cowardly than an Aussie politician publicly confronted by an aboriginal demand for “compensation”. Western Australia has form in this sense that goes back to the mid-1980s when a plan to develop the site of a derelict brewery on the Swan river was held up for years by excitable abos demanding compensation for … well, nobody really knows to this day what the compensation was for exactly, but there sure were a whole bunch of local politicians who did their very best to do nothing whatsoever to resolve the situation.
I was sixteen years old at the time, and I remember cycling past the protest one fine sunny day only for one of the black fellas to jump in front of me while accusing me in a loud and startlingly drunk voice of being a “white racist cunt”, a combination of words that even to my young brain seemed somewhat paradoxical. But I digress.
Western Australia’s new legislation could well turn out to be the critical factor that defeats the proposed Voice to parliament, in that it has prematurely shown what the effect of the Voice will be. The Sandgropers exuberance to jump on the abo compensation bandwagon must have their Federal Labor counterparts in a blind panic. It’s just 17 days since the passing of the legislation and the black fellas are already falling over themselves trying to get their unfair share.
If they had any brains at all they would hunker down and act all meek and mild while pretending that the new legislation won’t change anything at all for the average Aussie, in order to lure them into voting yes for the Voice. Only once they have their voice in parliament, then they could go about being the demented and greedy highway robbers that they really are.
But, no. They don’t have any brains. Which actually is the most damning evidence of all against the Voice. You want us to give the most stupid group of people on the planet the ultimate say in all legislation that gets passed in parliament? A few years of that and Australia would make countries like South Africa and Rhodesia seem bastions of great philosophical progress in comparison.
Of course, those behind the Voice know this. They just don’t want you to know until it’s too late. So you had better vote yes or you’re a racist, blah blah blah. Better to be a racist than to have abos rule over you.