Editor: Originally published July 30, 2022.
So it begins:
In a major announcement, the Prime Minister will unveil a draft question that Australians could be asked during a referendum to create an Indigenous Voice to Parliament.
Anthony Albanese will make his first significant address to Aboriginal communities at the Garma Festival in the Northern Territory’s north-east Arnhem Land this weekend.
On Saturday, he will tell a crowd of thousands at the festival that the country is ready for constitutional reform that is momentous, yet also “very simple”.
The Prime Minister will pledge to settle “as soon as possible” on the referendum question that will be put to the people of Australia.
The question the government has drafted is:
“Do you support an alteration to the constitution that establishes an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Voice?”
The far left’s race baiting has a purpose. The replacement of flags, the ubiquity of the so-called “welcome to country” ceremonies, the war against Australia Day, they are symbolic and spiritual attacks while this is the nuts and bolts. This is a bureaucratic weapon the woke left will wield to exercise real world power.
On Saturday, Mr Albanese will signal his intention to put forward a proposal for a voice that would be an “unflinching source of advice”.
He will also reveal the proposed wording for three sentences to be added to the nation’s founding document:
- There shall be a body, to be called the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Voice.
- The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Voice may make representations to parliament and the executive government on matters relating to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
- The parliament shall, subject to this constitution, have power to make laws with respect to the composition, functions, powers and procedures of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Voice.
According to the government, the draft provisions are not final and will provide the basis for further consultation.
The government is not yet expected to set a date for the referendum, but has previously indicated it could be held as soon as next year.
We’ve tried this before. The Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islander Commission (ATSIC) became a byword for criminal levels of corruption, nepotism and waste before it was disbanded in 2005. Establishing ATSIC 2.0 will reinforce the economic model of aboriginal identity politics – guilt whitey for more free gibs.
It is a terrible idea and should be opposed outright but the gutless Liberal Party will likely rubber stamp it. Furthermore because its negative consequences may be harder to grasp than the very real death spike post-vaccine mandate, freedom movement networks may be slow to grasp its implications, although Pauline Hanson will be invaluable in this regard.
Changing our Constitution goes further than simply entrenching identity politics standover tactics. It would enshrine what would amount to an extra-parliamentary body, another arm of parliament, in our constitution in a manner never intended by Australia’s founding fathers.
Parliamentary democracy in Australia is already deeply compromised by a web of activist NGO’s and lobby groups pushing environmental, political, ethnic and sectarian interests. An aboriginal chamber of parliament would further bastardise our governmental structure.
When we consider the left’s love of the slippery slope the implications are even more dire. Australia is not the country it was in 2005. In the current year, everything is an aboriginal issue. Education, policing, media, advertising, sport, mining, farming, our flag, anthem, national day, you name it, aboriginal identity politics has seeped into every aspect of our lives. There is no escape from it.
You cannot open a car door in Australia without having to thank an aboriginal.
In short order, every matter brought before parliament will require “consultation” from the “voice to parliament”. Its power will increase incrementally to the point that every matter brought before parliament will require ratification from the “voice to parliament”. Eventually the “voice to parliament” will become the most powerful government body in the land. Any opposition will be dismissed as racist and in contravention of the Australian Constitution.
I think you see where I am going with this. The “voice to parliament” will eventually become the Central Committee of the People’s Socialist Republic of Australia, and whoever controls it will become the General Secretary.
We’re kidding if we think aboriginals will control it.
Aboriginals comprise roughly 3.3% of the population, and many of them are city-based, university educated, politically motivated slightly aboriginals who have subverted aboriginal identity for their own ends. They’re basically Australia’s version of the Khazars. The “voice to parliament” will push globalism and communism in Australia under the false banner of aboriginal victimhood.
Finally, let’s talk about race.
I have no problem with aboriginals having their own government within a government. It highlights the fact that they are a separate people with separate interests. They are not us, and a “voice to parliament” recognises this explicitly.
It further highlights the fact that Real Australians, Anglo Saxon and Celtic descendants of the British founders of Australia, do not have any representation at all. Ironically, the case for an aboriginal “voice to parliament” is being made on the grounds that our current parliament represents White Australia, when in fact not a single parliamentarian in the land explicitly represents native White Australians.
The coming referendum will thus further polarise and radicalise White Australia, which we should happily encourage. It will spur steps to establish an Anglo/White Voice to Parliament. When this is quashed, no doubt brutally, this will further radicalise our people and inspire the actions which will ultimately free us from globalist control.