Look at who is on board the NO vote for the Voice
By political reporter Jane Norman, ABC
A group of high-profile Indigenous Australians has banded together with a former deputy prime minister to co-ordinate the No campaign in this year’s Voice referendum, running on the slogan “Recognise a Better Way”.
It comes as Opposition Leader Peter Dutton accepts an invitation to attend this week’s Referendum Working Group meeting for a briefing on the proposal to enshrine an Indigenous Voice in the constitution.
Mr Dutton — who will attend via video-link from Sydney where he will be attending Cardinal George Pell’s funeral — has been demanding more detail from the Albanese government on the Voice before the Liberal Party settles on a formal position.
While Mr Dutton is torn between members of his party who want to back the Voice and those who are vehemently opposed, the grassroots campaigns are starting to take shape.
The Yes group, led by “Australians for Indigenous Constitutional Recognition”, will formally launch its campaign with a “week of action” in late February.
Calling itself the “No Case Committee”, the first formal No group has emerged with members including firebrand Northern Territory senator Jacinta Nampijinpa Price, former ALP president turned Liberal candidate Warren Mundine, former federal Labor MP Gary Johns and former deputy prime minister John Anderson.
The six-member committee will broadly support symbolic gesture of recognising Indigenous Australians in the constitution while opposing the Voice, arguing it is divisive and will do nothing to improve the lives of First Nations people.
“Bureaucracies have been built in the past and they have all failed miserably,” Mr Mundine said.
“We need to be getting down into Alice Springs and all of the other communities and working there, not working in Canberra.”
In a sign the group could be eyeing migrant communities, Mr Mundine said he believed constitutional recognition should be broadened to include “the migrants and refugees” who had “contributed to this country”.
This is despite the Federation of Ethnic Communities’ Councils of Australia (FECCA) firmly backing a “First Nations Voice” in the constitution.
When that position was put to him, Mr Mundine said: “I think all Australians should be recognised for their contribution to this country.”
Mr Anderson, who chaired a Recognition review panel in 2014, said the No Case Committee would be “mounting the case for No, from an Aboriginal perspective” and he did not expect any “formal linkage” with right-wing groups such as Advance Australia which were also campaigning against the Voice.
“We are supporting four significant Aboriginal figures who do not believe this is right,” he said, referring to Senator Price, Mr Mundine, Bob Liddle and Ian Conway.
Mr Anderson said he had “reluctantly” formed the same view and was becoming increasingly concerned by attempts to “shame people who dare to ask questions”.
“I genuinely believe these ill-defined proposals are not a good idea,” he said.
“I believe they’ll tend towards division and resentment.”
The federal government has confirmed no public funding will be provided to either side of the campaign ahead of the referendum, which is set to be held in the second half of this year.
Warren Mundine has long been a sensible voice in the Aboriginal industry and he should be congratulated for helping to stop this divisive race policy of the ALP and Greens.
Posted on January 30, 2023, in aborigines, Voice and tagged Gary Johns, Jacinta Price, John Anderson, Warren Mundine. Bookmark the permalink. 8 Comments.
Check out that Alice Springs meeting which the Australian [ Buggery, Bastardry, Bolshevik ] Corporation covered as an expression of ‘white supremacy’. Ha Ha. Check out all the White supremacists. There will be probably be some White ‘Abo Box Tickers’ running the anti-White Agenda that got flown in – maybe they even brought some Nazi flags and KKK hoods.
While the good residents of Alice Springs make their decisions about banning the grog, let’s hope they slap a permanent ban on the ABC.
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Under section 44 the so called politicians being subject to a foreign power namely the RBA and the UN have no right to sit in parliament. Any amendment to the Constitution will be invalid.
In fact all of their legislation is invalid
I hope we will be hearing more from the Referendum Working Group. Clearly as members of racial identity they are standing up for Australia. In our Australian polity they have every right to do that and be respected for their position. Their indigenous race, in its tribes, is recognized as a source of law in Australia. They have presence, voice and a stake in Australian affairs.
By the same token, the White European race in Australia has every right to be who we are in terms of our culture and law. We are the demographic majority and to recognize the indigenous source of law for the indigenous people is a responsible way to exercise this power democratically.
The Communist Revolution which has acceded to power within our institutional structures (and subverted them) is not even remotely interested in the responsible exercise of power. And it is hell bent upon this ‘Voice’ project.
If ‘The Voice’ gets up what it will mean for White Australia is more sorry business, race hustling, culture wars and Marxist identity politics at all levels of government and institutions of social influence. It will mean more United [Communist] Nations cultural compliance and rulz for Whites. And it will massively empower the anti-White ‘Abo-Box Ticker’ cadres and their UN Agenda. It will only blow out the budgets and parameters of the Aboriginal Industry (worth billions) which must be made responsible to its constituents.
All of this UN crapola is based on Marxist Critical Race Theory which mandates that White populations (whether in majority or minority) must ‘be inclusive’ and equalize / empower diverse ethnicities even to the point of erasure of the White European culture in its heritage and founding stock, especially in law and government. The UN Global Compact on Migration mandates the dilution of this specific race and its population with open borders and migrant intakes of diverse nationalities from all over the world. This Agenda is being rolled out only against the White European population both in Europe and in nations where the European race has founded a state. And I would go so far as to say that based upon its Classical and Christian civilisation, only the European nations have the statecraft for a government in which rival tribes, warring and diverse ethnicities can participate together.
As a rule, White Australia is deeply uncomfortable with racial consciousness. And thus we are easy prey for Marxist race hustling. By contrast, it is unthinkable that a population like the Han Chinese would be intimidated into diversifying their society and culture with ethnicities, religions, laws from every other continent on earth. It is unthinkable that a Black African nation would be subjected to a UN Global Compact demanding their racial, ethnic and tribal dilution by opening the borders and taking in millions of people every year from other nationalities, languages and cultures.
But the lecture for Whites is that we are always supposed to include everybody in our nations and societies. The more diverse the better. The more multi-cultural the better.
To watch how this plays have a look at that toxic BBC Jew: Louis Theroux in his interview with Eugene Terreblanche. [ Yes. Of course I realize that anyone who argues that a White nation has the right to be a White nation is , of course, a Nazi] But listen to Theroux. There is no way the lecture he is trying to deliver to Terreblanche would ever apply in a million years to the Jews [who , of course, have every right to be a race and a nation]. Listen to how deftly the Boer leader flips the BBC script, wads it up and sticks it up the tuchas of that sanctimonious Jew. Very enlightening for self-flagellating Whites.
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I want Tony Ryan’s take on this, if you can spare the time.
All piss and wind. If there is a referendum, it will get through regardless of how anyone votes. The same as same sex marriage referendum. I will not be voting they can get stuffed. If everyone does the same there is nothing to count pretty simple.
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Kudos to these Australian patriots.
You’re either Australian – or you’re NOT.
The problem that worries me more than anything is – exactly WHO is going to be doing the COUNTING for this “Voice” referendum being pushed by our fake unelected INSTALLED “Prime Minister” AnAL?
Seems to me “voting” doesn’t actually mean anything anymore here in Australia – especially since a horde of low-life treasonous Globalist stooges hijacked the joint.
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