Welcome to Country is divisive, patronising and promotes racial tension

by Cairns News contributors

Red flags are being raised over Prime Minister Albanese’s pledge to hold a referendum to include Aborigines in the Commonwealth Constitution of Australia.

Already indigenous bodies are drawing battle lines between supporters and those against a token gesture by the socialists of the Labor Party when Aborigines already are included in the Preamble of the Constitution:

WHEREAS the people of New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia, Queensland, and Tasmania, humbly relying on the blessing of Almighty God, have agreed to unite in one indissoluble Federal Commonwealth under the Crown of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, and under the Constitution hereby established:

And whereas it is expedient to provide for the admission into the Commonwealth of other Australasian Colonies and possessions of the Queen:

Be it therefore enacted by the Queen’s most Excellent Majesty, by and with the advice and consent of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and Commons, in this present Parliament assembled, and by the authority of the same, as follows:”

by Pauline Hanson

A great deal has been said this week about my leaving the Senate chamber as the ‘acknowledgement of country’ was recited.

A lot of it was predictable nonsense from the usual suspects. A lot of it was very supportive.

Real aboriginal stockmen branding cattle in the Northern Territory. These are real blackfellas, not the ‘coconuts’ referred to by full blood Aborigines. The ‘coconuts’ infest halls of power, control indigenous media and land councils. Real Aborigines say the ‘coconuts’ are dividing Australia for their own selfish means and denying any benefit to struggling communities.

Like many Australians, I’ve had enough of token gestures and symbolic nods to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people which do nothing to address the real disadvantages they continue to face. I’m sick and tired of being welcomed to my own country.

We’re all Australians, indigenous and otherwise, and we all share sovereign ownership of this country equally.

And like many Australians, I think these useless gestures only perpetuate racial division in our country. This week’s move to display the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander flags in Parliament was a step too far, and what prompted me to take a stand and leave the chamber that morning.

Senator Pauline Hanson correctly predicts the proposed Constitutional amendment to enshrine Aborigines will promote more racial division than ever before and unlikely to be carried in any case.

We are one people living in one nation under one flag – the Australian national flag. It’s the only flag which should be displayed in the seat of our democracy.

I’m never going to sit still in Parliament for an ‘acknowledgement of country’ again. I’m not going to recognise foreign flags displayed in Parliament. I’m never going to support an indigenous ‘voice to Parliament’ being enshrined in the Constitution. I will never support any idea or proposal which seeks to divide Australia on racial lines once again. That sort of thing was rightly consigned to the dustbin of history decades ago.

What I will do is continue to work with all Australians, especially Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, on the solutions which will end violence and poverty in indigenous communities and empower indigenous people to fully participate in the opportunities which come with living, learning and working in this great nation.

Watch Senator Hanson’s video on the acknowledgment of country protest…


About Editor, cairnsnews

One of the few patriots left who understands the system and how it has been totally subverted under every citizen's nose. If we can help to turn it around we will, otherwise our children will have nothing. Our investigations show there is no 'government' of the people for the people of Australia. The removal of the Crown from Australian Parliaments, followed by the incorporation of Parliaments aided by the Australia Act 1987 has left us with corporate government with policies not laws, that apply only to members of political parties and the public service. There is no law, other than the Common Law. This fact will be borne out in the near future as numerous legal challenges in place now, come to a head soon.

Posted on July 30, 2022, in ABC, aborigines, ALP, Annastacia Palaszczuk, Anthony Albanese, Australia Day, Common Law, Commonwealth Constitution of Australia, Commonwealth of Australia, Corporate policy, Crown, General, parliament, Pauline Hanson, senate, Senator Malcolm Roberts and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 33 Comments.

  1. One Nation is controlled opposition. They should be pointing out that the Aboriginal population (including Aboriginal Identified white people) are 3.3% of the population on the Australian continent. They claim to have the bloodline connection to country because their ancestors were born here. They claim that others whose ancestors were born here more recently do not have this connection. Whatever.

    The steak and potatoes is this: the Black Aboriginals living in their own communities want to lift their people out of drug and alcohol dependency, familial violence and build Aboriginal communities their way on lands they claim by traditional ownership and guaranteed to them by the Australian state. It is in everyone’s interest to see these communities succeed and thrive.

    Then there are the white (anti-White) aboriginal identified aboriginals running an Aboriginal Industry worth billions – an industry that has been worth squat to the Australian tax base in terms of actually building Aboriginal communities, skills, choices and strength for Aboriginal people individually and collectively. These people are actually trained Marxists who would like to transition the Aboriginal population into a sovereignty class under a UN Communist UNDRIP system. As a poltically correct [Marxist] and CoVID correct Elite, they are on board with the Australian CoVID Regime of the United [Communist] Nations. They have never opposed the sale of Australian land and water rights to the Communist Party of China. They are phonies who are using an Aboriginal Industry worth billions to push vaxx mandates. I could go on.

    They will not be welcoming me to ‘country’ any time soon. I get up and walk out when they carry on with this crap because I know they are working to condition the majority of the Australian population born on this continent into thinking this is not our country. It is our country too.

    And we have to address the fact that a Communist state is manifestly in political power and proceeding to overthrow everything Australians have worked for to make life fair and decent in terms of a Commonwealth, human and civil rights and economic opportunities.

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  2. Not that ANY of these controlled duplicitous fraudsters are worth even thinking about…it was quite edifying to witness Marion Scrymgour’s long overdue smack down delivered to puffed-up pretentious Price.


  3. Mal is great – but lately I have been thinking they allow One Nation just to appease the outliers – they really have no power – I mean this is the way they control us generally.. Hope not..


  4. Thank goodness we have One Nation at least in the Senate… Here is link re Malcolm Roberts calling them all out on the Great Reset.. Actually there should have been more freedom parties in there but we can guess what happened to that…



  5. Absolutely right. None of what the Climate hoaxers are claiming is true. But they have stoled more than 5 Trillion USD from public purses across the globe. Time for some payback.


  6. Absolutely


  7. Well done Pauline.. I have always liked her !


  8. At least Paul Hogan was funny, not just stupid.

    An ‘ASIO asset’ … BWAHAHAHA!

    Get off the booze old mate. Not good for your liver.


  9. None are so blind as those who either do not want to see or are so indoctrinated with nonsense that they fail to see the facts. Pauline has over the years demonstrated her admirable vision and substance, if there were more like her we would not see the erosion that is taking place


  10. Hanson should be congratulated as a creative Realist, there are many others holding positions to which they are least suited


  11. Hi Paul Hogan, PRECISELY!


  12. yep, The Constitution is back lol with a chip & fish owner Pauline, another ASIO asset serving defacto foreign grubement, why dont you ask her about “Queen of Australia” what/who the fuck is that? Or why dont you ask her about copyrighted commercial “COATS OF ARMS” with emu and skippy on? And ask her what the capital crime Treason is?

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  13. Hi auntieet, That’s incredible. Their mob have never forgotten and will forever be looking out for you and yours. If only the world had more of that!

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  14. DJ: Yes, some decendants of those black fella stockmen, came across that white fella stockman’s daughter (me) by pure chance much later in life. They say I’m one of their mob

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  15. Hi kaiwanshou, Exactly. Modus Operandi ad nauseum.


  16. Pauline seems to have a very large misunderstanding of “our” flag. She seems to think that the corporate government flag is our flag, meaning we are all chattels of a corporation. Makes you wonder what conditions she agreed to, to get out of prison.

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  17. I am of aboriginal heritage here in Tasmania. My great grandmother. The ones who seek this agenda in Tassie are totally fully of shit, no more aboriginal than me most likely. I agree with Pauline, everywhere is Acknowledgement to country, from church to uni to parliament. How does any of this assist our ‘First nations People’ ? ( (correct terminology as of today). Meanwhile migrants everywhere. Infrastructure nearly all foreign owned. Indians own airport security, servos. Chinese land agriculture. I was born in 72 and remember watching Bob Hawke pissed as a nit when Australia won the America’s Cup for the first time and since then been all down hill.’ Bloody mug’ . Yes he was right there.

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  18. Am certain auntieet that your father has been immortalised and forever honoured by those stockmens’ families who came after – and who pass on the story of his legacy.

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  19. Yep DJ:. He stood beside them at great cost, but his conviction & reasoning was a winner in our neck of the woods, he did his (us) family proud

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  20. Hi auntieet, And there it is. Thank you. Another enlightening (for some) true life depiction of how things really were. And should still be. I bow down to your courageous father who had such integrity and purity of heart to fight for what was right. Yes, “We stand together, no matter the cost.” Thankfully this is happening in NZ…shoulder to shoulder, never before as strongly united against their common enemy.

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  21. One Flag, One People, One Nation, against the virtue signalling self serving morons. I grew up with the true black fella stockmen, if the pastoralists didn’t have them they were screwed, black fella stockman knew what he was doing with those animals, cattle & sheep, didn’t matter, black fella stockman had affinity with those beasts. My father, a white man, sat down with the black fella (on his own sisters station) to demand better wages & conditions for those stockmen, he argued they should not only be paid the same wages, he believed they deserved more. He was persecuted, shamed, abused, didn’t matter, he stood (sat down with those men), he told me why he did that, I’ve never forgot & I admire his strength & conviction to do that. He used to say, we stand together, no matter the cost.

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  22. I do not know when (if ever) people are suddenly going to realise that ALL the political parties (major, minor, independent or whatever) share the same metaphorical bed. They are ALL in lockstep. The ‘governing’ party starts a spot fire. Then a minor party (most likely at their bequest and which also serves their own nefarious agenda) steps in and fans the flames. Whoosh! Bushfire. Objective achieved. Over and out. Further distraction, division and hatred to propel us on our way to the globalist abbatoir.

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  23. Aboriginal grievances are worth billions to the Aboriginal industry – which does require a White nation with the statecraft and technology to create First World economy to service its demands.

    Taking a knee to this Marxist social engineering is not going to help anything.


  24. Pauline Hanson is one of the very few politicians who has stood by her principles through thick & thin – and these reflect the principles of many of the (mostly silent) majority.

    She’s a Champion, steadfast, relentless in her condemnation of the direction the socialists are taking this country. Abuse, ridicule & criticism don’t deter her; she just keeps on telling the truth. I have the utmost respect for Pauline Hanson who stands head & shoulders above the swill, stench & detritus of the majority of those who ‘lead’ us.

    Pauline is s 100% right on the divisiveness of the ‘welcome to country’ nonsense. I wasn’t born here having migrated over 50 years ago and regard Australia as MY country as much as anyone else’s. I also refuse to acknowledge this absurd preamble that’s creeping into all aspects of life, from radio & TV (ABC as you’d expect) to business meetings.

    But it’s just the start as soon, if the lefties have their way – and they will now, with a socialist govt running things – there will be a non-representative ‘voice’ in parliament. And we all know where that will go.

    Well Australia, you had your chance just weeks ago and made your decision so the beds’ made for you to lie in.

    Best of luck.


  25. Take a look at this prime example of governmental racial divide, which has recently gone into turbo mode and has both Māori and Pakeha up in arms. And no it’s not satire. All part of the deliberate globalist agenda of creating further hatred and division – yet astoundingly, people are still falling into the trap.


  26. Pauline Hanson is once more the only politician speaking for equality.


  27. The Constitution is back?
    I thought it had gone AWOL

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  28. A year or two ago I heard that Blackfella people in remote areas were being issued with Birth Certificates, the excuse being that it made it easier for people to deal with the government.
    This was actually a process of legal enslavement.
    I do not know if any Blackfella representative crowds issued any objections or counteracted the sign-up.


  29. Thanks Dick its another blackfella scam. Ed

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  30. Hi Editor The first words of Our Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act 1901 as Proclaimed and Gazetted are “WHEREAS the people of” These words are colour blind so this Constitution covers everybody, black, white or brindle.

    Clause 5 Operation of the Constitution and laws This Act, and all laws made by the Parliament of the Commonwealth under the Constitution, shall be binding on the courts, judges, and people of every State and of every part of the Commonwealth, notwithstanding anything in the laws of any State; This Clause is also colour blind. We need to wake up as the only time Politicians and Lawyers do anything for the Aboriginals are to promote themselves or for money. Politicians and Lawyers all sleep in the same bed of Treason. Dick

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