Flag-burning mostly young white people posing as hard done by blackfellas marched through Brisbane in monotonous regularity on Saturday looking for a cause on which to vent their pent-up anger as they fumed over three months of Coronahoax lockups and being ignored by mainstream Australians.
Their destination was Musgrave Park in South Brisbane, a perpetual haunt of homeless, drunken Aborigines and whites for the past 60 to 70 years.
It has nothing to do with black deaths in custody but has been a youth rebellion rolled into several decades of demonstrations but in more recent times fostered by the extreme agendas of the Greens.
In Saturday’s ABC footage, which would have televised blackfellas had they been there, 80 per cent of the estimated 500 strong crowd were white.
Without any doubt most will be Greens members, supporters and uni students all plundering the public purse.
A spokesman for the mob calls himself Boe Spearim and he looks like he has been on the $33 billion Murri gravy train for some time. He does not give the appearance of any of his relatives in remote communities, many of whom actually work.
The mobs of screaming Brisbane riffraff, one could be forgiven for thinking, have been cajoled by deep state socialist operatives within the Labor Party and Greens.
Fortunately for a long-suffering, working Australian public these so-called BLM demonstrations across the nation have set back Aboriginal causes for another decade.
Already Prime Minister Scott Morrison has alluded to not holding a referendum about including Aborigines in the Commonwealth Constitution never mind they are already in it. If he did hold it in the foreseeable future most Australians would reject any more largesse for the Aboriginal industry particularly after the BLM demonstrations in which participants ignored every Covid 19 rule and burnt Australian flags.
For now reconciliation is finished.