Aboriginal elite would rather more authority than housing

By Lyndesy Symonds

I seriously doubt that the highly influential VOICE of the Aboriginal Industry in the Parliament will be in favour of $75 million for housing in Aboriginal communities.

They will be in favour of the Referendum and increasing their power base at the expense of the Aboriginal population and communities. They will use Aboriginal Law as a legitimate source of law on this continent as an anti-White lever and shoehorn for the United [Communist] Nations legitimacy in terms of the subverted Australian Constitutional government.

The Anglo-Celtic population of Australia [ or any nation of the Isles ] actually understands tribal politics very well – a lot better than the anti-White, UN backed Aboriginal Industry.

To Lead is to Serve

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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 January 11, 2023, in aborigines, Agenda 2030, Annastacia Palaszczuk, Anthony Albanese, United Nations, Voice, WEF and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.

  1. Our coterie of lip-spittles co-operating in shaping global strategies. I imagine the VOICE factor will be on the agenda.

    The Aussie Davos 2023 list, originally posted by Australians vs The Agenda, details the attendees.

    Here is the list of Australians set to attend:
    — 1 —
    Peter Holmes à Court
    Australian Financial Review.
    — 2 —
    Genevieve Bell
    Distinguished Australian Professor.
    — 3 —
    Julie Bishop
    Former Foreign Affairs Minister and Chancellor of Australian National University.
    — 4 —
    Brian Schmidt
    Vice-Chancellor of Australian National University.
    — 5 —
    Caroline Cox
    Vice President of BHP.
    — 6 —
    Mike Henry
    CEO of BHP.
    — 7 —
    Timothy Ayres
    NSW Assistant Minister for Trade.
    — 8 —
    Andrew ‘Twiggy’ Forest
    Fortescue Metals.
    — 9 —
    Elizabeth Gaines
    Fortescue Metals.
    — 10 —
    Jade Hameister
    Teen Environmental Activist.
    — 11 —
    Julie Inman Grant
    eSafety Commissioner.
    — 12 —
    Naomi Flutter
    Wesfarmers.
    — 13 —
    Michael Schneider
    Bunnings.

    “Select public figures, who have confirmed their participation, have asked to be unlisted for the moment and will be included at a later stage. This list is confidential and is a copyright of the World Economic Forum.”

    Source: /tottnews.com

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  2. You had better come to Qld and NT that’s where most of them can be found although you have a couple in NSW. Ed

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  3. Lyndsey, seeing that you know nothing about Aboriginal law, how can you make that statement? To which particular law do you refer. And, please, do not quote somebody like Bruce Pascoe. He does not know either.

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  4. ANZ Brendan Leddy

    “Aboriginal Elite”, is there really such a thing? In 20 years living in NSW I never met any Indigenous native who purported, pretended, or thought that they were any better or or any worse than anybody else in their mob. I suggest that hierarchy is mostly a European thing. Next thing, aboriginal kings and queens? I very much doubt that as a fact of history!

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