Cook and Australia Day
Letter to the Editor
Australia/New Holland/NSW Invasionday
………..The first time that the name Australia appears to have been officially used was in a despatch to Lord Bathurst of 4 April 1817 in which Governor Lachlan Macquarie acknowledges the receipt of Capt. Flinders’ charts of Australia. On 12 December 1817, Macquarie recommended to the Colonial Office that it be formally adopted. In 1824, the Admiralty agreed that the continent should be known officially as Australia. ………..
In one of those peculiarities of history, New South Wales was only officially named and had its boundaries declared in 2001, two hundred and thirty one years after James Cook first uttered the name in 1770 when taking possession of an area covering most of eastern Australia. The reason why this peculiarity arose relates to the territorial evolution of Australia. So after James Cook, the colony of New South Wales was established and named by way of imperial proclamation in 1788 by the then Governor in Chief of New South Wales, the Royal Navy officer Arthur Phillip. At this time, New South Wales was defined (by Britain) as covering approximately half of the Australian continent. New South Wales was further increased in size to around two-thirds of the Australian continent in 1828……………….”
I would say that Cooks expedition was at the behest of Jewish interests.
South Wales moved to the New South Wales
from Kev Crisscross
Editor: We would never class Cook’s arrival as invasion Day. Only the political left of the media and rabid, militant blackfellas or those posing as a blackfella in the cities coin this term. Today’s pampered and bloated black bureaucracies and their homespun Antifa mob should thank their lucky stars and God for the arrival of Cook and colonisation. To publish the words of a well known and respected proper Aboriginal elder of Cape York 20 years ago: “If Australian soldiers (including blackfellas) had not bottled up the Japs in New Guinea any of us left today would be speaking Japanese.”