Labor wants an Aboriginal-only parliament

by columnist Lyndesy Symonds

The United [Communist] Nations declarations like UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People UNDRIP, Agenda 21, Agenda 2030, 17 Sustainable Development Goals, Earth Charter, Global Compact on Migration (Open Borders) are all of one piece of geo-social engineering. And it is being driven by the highest international agencies.

I guarantee you, there is no way that European people living on their ancestral European lands will have any rights under UNDRIP.

Meanwhile UNDRIP and its local Commissars are the spearhead of the Communist Revolution in Australia to prevent the Australian people as an entire population from dealing with the Australian Corporate state which has hijacked our sovereignty and exercise of our jurisprudence under the 1901 Constitution.

Start of Apartheid: Labor’s Push for an Aboriginal Only Parliament

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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 December 1, 2022, in ABC, aborigines, Agenda 2030, ALP, Andrew Bolt, Annastacia Palaszczuk, Anthony Albanese and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 10 Comments.

  1. Labor wants an Aboriginal-only parliament..
    I don’t mind, as long as the Aborigines, Liebor members & Green voters pay for that Parliament , I don’t mind .. BUT NOT MY MONEY to pay for that …


  2. Tony Ryan I mostly agree with you. I have said before and will say again I have aboriginal heritage as well as Irish and English, like a lot of people. However, my parents were both born here and I. How long do I have to suffer the consequences of others that are now dead and buried? FFS if you were born here you are an indigenous, native Australian. Play on words divides us. Those who play the agenda realised the definition of indigenous, hence now changed to First Nations. There is not one true aboriginal here in Tassie and sure as shit not a First Nations (by definition). I been here 50 years and haven’t met one yet. Millions of $. I honestly don’t give a toss about who was here first. That doesn’t change the FACT I was born here and this is my country as well as many others, like yourself. I do know this divided we fail

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  3. The Right Royal Race Meshuggineh unfolds at a Charity Spiff when Lady Susan (an Anglo Saxon of Anglelond whose ancestors migrated to Britannia of the Little Kingdoms millennia ago) asked a friendly, interested question of a jacked up Black UK citizen of African ancestry about where is she from. A friendly open question which could have been answered in terms of humour: my mother and father, of course OR her: town or city OR the country where she lives / works: Wales, Scotland, England, Cornwall OR her ancestral heritage (Africa) . But nooooo. Racial outrage ensues over the head of White Supremacist Lady Susan – a racist colonizer, no doubt.

    The point is, everyone comes from somewhere. They don’t just spring up out of holes in the ground. And for those born in Australia, in this country, it is insulting to ‘welcome them to country’ and refer to them as colonizers and settlers. The Australian government of the 1901 constitutional law is a source of law in Australia and it must be reclaimed by Australians for Australians whether they wish to identify as such or not. The sovereignty is at issue here. The Aboriginal people claim to be the ‘sovereigns’. Well. Let’s see them exercise it. Sovereign is as sovereign does. Let’s see them sort out the problems in their own communities that we are all struggling to sort out and lead by example.

    Here’s the half pint

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  4. natheal… lets not rewrite the dictionary, eh?

    The only time I use that word is when the word Aboriginal becomes repetitious in a document. Actually, if we want to be pedantic, the original inhabitants of Australia, the negrito settlers of the pre-ice age/land bridge era, were indigenous. Aborigines arrived here in several migrations much later and are not indigenous. The Finns are indigenous to Finland. And so on.

    But that has nothing to do with this conversation.

    The cold fact is, Aborigines have been shot in their thousands and more recently have been the subject of genocide by medical murder and food toxicity. They are denied access to their land. They protest and nobody hears or sees. What more can they do?

    So, spontaneously, in community after community, they are declaring national sovereignty. Clearly, you don’t give a fuck and think they should just lay down and die. Most Australians, in fact, empathise with their plight and in Darwin last year, there was wild applause from the crowd when local Larakeyah woman Sara Quall, invited the good people to join them in their new nation… excluding the traitors and tyrants.

    There were no dissenting voices.

    Folks, get out of your bubble and link with the real world before it rolls over you.

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    Then we all declare aboriginality. If you were born here you are indigenous. If I am a fourth generation Australian and not indigenous to Australia, then what am I?

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  6. BRAVO! tonyryan43. Excellent and explicit… you can’t make it any more transparent than that! Urghhh that especially bloody traitorous Langton should’ve been burnt at the stake years ago for her role in Little Johnnie’s abhorrent Intervention.

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  7. And thanks to D Johnston for drawing attention to the divide and rule element of this conflict.

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  8. Let’s get something straight. Discussions about national sovereignty have nothing to do with the ALP. In fact, the ALP is the second major cause of Aboriginal desperation to escape deliberate genocide, land theft, the utterly illegal and unjustified Intervention, and unrelenting attacks against their culture and languages. The other oppressive entity is the LNP/CLP coalition.

    The Murdoch media is deliberately quoting the little media monsters that they themselves created, ignorant fools like Patrick Dodson, Lydia Thorpe, Marcia Langton, and the dozen or so Aboriginal media celebrities, none of whom possess any Aboriginal culture or languages. Nor did any of them consult with the ordinary indigenous people.

    If anyone seeks another opinion, search Lewis Walker of central NSW who, together with some very enlightened Aboriginal people, set out their goals. These include absorbing ordinary Aussies, and excluding the exploitive classes of bureaucrats, politicians, journalists, academics, school teachers, green fanatics, crooked union leaders, and treasonous CEOs. This will, in effect, create a new free Australia that will quickly surround and defeat the totalitarian monsters who have destroyed our nation and Aboriginal lives.

    If ya don’t like it, head the other way and join psycho Dan in Victoria.

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  9. As this is just more regurgitated crap first ‘reported’ back in AUGUST by the fear mongering lipsticked-up MSM Sky News, I re-post my comment from another similar thread and which also applies here…

    “All these elite, completely bought sell-outs are traitorous to the First Nation peoples – who in NO way subscribe to and/or are supportive of their agenda. This is designed solely to engender more division and hatred – fueled by ignorance and bigotry which sadly is still ingrained in some people. This very same tactic has been employed in NZ for the past couple of years – using the likewise bought, sell-out, traitorous Māori elites, in an attempt to pit Pākeha against Māori. Thankfully most NZ’ers have long since wised up to it – and ironically has only resulted in increased unity and solidarity against these puppets and the fascist ptb string-pullers.
    So should it be here in Australia. We’re not stupid.”

    Am thinking now, that maybe that last sentence should have ended with a question mark.

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