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Sign this open letter to tell Anthony Albanese and Peter Dutton:
Australians should be one, together. Not two, divided.
As one of his first acts as Prime Minister, Anthony Albanese announced a referendum to create an Indigenous ‘Voice to Parliament’.
He wants to change the Australian Constitution to cement identity politics in our founding document.
This means our nation will be divided by race.
But why don’t other special interest groups deserve a ‘Voice to Parliament’? Why not children, or Australians with disabilities?
Labor is making up the details on the run and that’s not the way to amend the Constitution.
They want the Constitution changed before there’s even detail on the amendment.
Where’s the evidence this will produce practical change for Indigenous people?
Instead of bringing us together, this will drive us apart. And it will be there in our Constitution forever.
Sign the open letter to let Albo and Opposition Leader Peter Dutton know you want Australia to be one, together – not two, divided.
It’s urgent: we need to call out that there’s a referendum campaign coming and those driving a divided Australia are already off and running.
So get your voice out front and centre today to defend your freedom, security and prosperity.
Join with many others like you to keep Australia united by signing this urgent letter before the referendum begins!
Labor-Greens duopoly Creating yet more, massive unaccountable black bureaucracies
Australia’s electoral commission will be beefed up by almost $70 million over two years to prepare for the referendum on an Indigenous Voice to parliament, while an agency helping drive the federal government’s Yes case will receive $6.5 million.
In a move likely to provoke opponents of the Voice proposal, the National Indigenous Australians Agency will receive $6.5 million by 2023-24, with part of it to be spent on the working groups set up to advise the government on its referendum strategy.-SMH
The usual wishy,washy Liberal leader Peter Dutton has asked for more details before they support the referendum. They too have no backbone when it comes to lavishing money on the Aboriginal industry. They will be in the political wilderness for a generation, thank God. Ed