IF the Voice referendum somehow gets approved by Aussies and the red flags being pointed on this page happens, I believe it will not go well for Aborigines. Eventually Aussies who are very tolerant will rebel, and when that happens it will not go well for those who instigated the divide of this Country. We are not racist in nature, we like all people and are against poor actions no matter what the skin melatonin is.David Ashton
Is that a threat? No – it is a report card on what we Aussies are like, just look at History and Tobruk during World War 2 and you’ll get a glimpse of the Aussie spirit.
Though I’m not very confident we will defeat this, as there are many stupid, Igno ramous people in the world who have decided they don’t want God in their lives.
The result of that is what you are witnessing right now. God is not a dictator so he is allowing your wishes to come true as history from thousands of years ago is repeating, to experience what life without God is like. This next video is a must watch if you want to know what is really going on, and more importantly why it is happening.
IF your only answer to me or anyone opposing The Voice is “You’re A Racist”, then I have to tell you that is the typical normal answer from Communists, who do not have any intelligent argument against a topic, so their only answer is always that – the racist card. The truth hurts sometimes when you look in the mirror.
What is needed to change the constitution? See the following link (with pdf saved directly below).
By Senator Jacinta Price
This is the bombshell Albo tried to hide.
But now it’s out and every Australian needs to hear it before voting on the divisive Voice.
You know how the PM keeps saying the Voice is a “modest change” to the Constitution?
Well, the real agenda behind his Voice referendum has finally been revealed.
Secret government documents the National Indigenous Australians Agency was forced to release under freedom of information laws say that “any Voice to Parliament should be designed so that it could support and promote a treaty-making process”1.
And what’s in the treaty?
According to these secret documents, it must include a “fixed percentage of Gross National Product. Rates/land tax/royalties”.
The documents explain:
…a Treaty could include a proper say in decision-making, the establishment of a truth commission, reparations, a financial settlement (such as seeking a percentage of GDP), the resolution of land, water and resources issues, recognition of authority and customary law…
This a direct quote from the secret Voice documents:
“Australia got a whole country for nothing, they haven’t even begun to pay for it.”
Doesn’t that just tell you everything you need to know?
But it gets worse.
According to these documents, they want to abolish the Australian flag, because “the Australian flag symbolised the injustices of colonisation”.
This is why I get so angry when Albo says this is a modest proposal.
What’s modest about forcing you to change your flag or pay a percentage of the entire economy as reparations?
Sounds like a bloody BIG change to me!
Just to be super clear, this is how their plan works:
They enshrine the divisive Voice in the Constitution and it’s there forever.
The Voice forces Australians into a “treaty”.
The treaty means Australians pay a percentage of the GDP – that is, a percentage of the entire nation’s economy – to the Voice … every year.
On top of that, Australians are forced to pay “rates/land tax/royalties” to the Voice.
This is why Albo wants you to think you’re voting on a “modest” change.”
Because when Australians find out the truth, there’s no way they’d support it, let alone enshrine it in their Constitution forever.
Voice amendment is about governance and configuration of Australian jurisprudence to the United [Communist] Nations
By Lyndesy Symonds
Whereas the people of New South Wales, Victoria [esp Victoria], South Australia, Queensland and Tasmania [also Western Australia and Northern Territory] humbly relying on the blessing of Almighty God do need a Constitutional determination. All persons living under this federation are included in the Commonwealth of Australia and are constituted as Australians.
The jurisprudence of the 1901 has been continuously under threat from the agencies and assets of the Communist Revolution throughout the 20th and now the 21st centuries to the extent that all branches of government are now subverted and operating in Yuri Bezmenov’s Stage Four of subversion: New Normal. This turns out to be the standard issue Communist genocide whether it is the class, tribal or in this case national ‘enemies’ ie ‘us’.
To amend the 1901 with a view to configuring our jurisprudence to the United [Communist] Nations through UNDRIP will work to extinguish the jurisprudence of the Commonwealth of Australia. If we as Australians are ever to restore our foundation, we must retain the Constitutional foundation.
This Voice amendment is about governance and configuration of Australian jurisprudence to the United [Communist] Nations.
The Aboriginal people as a specific demographic of Australians are recognized by the Australian High Court as a source of law, they have their own Ministry in Parliament, representation, franchise, corporate structure, land councils and a taxpayer subsidized industry. They have a Voice because they belong and are included in the Commonwealth of Australia.
Dutton just does not get it – Aborigines already enshrined in the Preamble of the Constitution
Letter from Peter Dutton:
Yesterday the Liberal Party determined its position on the Voice.
We will oppose the Prime Minister’s model because it will enshrine in the Constitution a Canberra-based bureaucracy.
It is a risky and divisive proposal that will not deliver practical outcomes.
Improving outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians requires a sensible and practical approach.
That’s why we reaffirm our commitment to local and regional advisory bodies to provide grassroots advice.
We support the recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders as Australia’s First People in our Constitution. But we would do so in a responsible way that doesn’t create Constitutional uncertainty.
This is a case of doing what’s right for our country.
A referendum to enshrine the Albanese Government’s Voice in the Constitution is a big decision with unknown consequences.
Our Constitution is our most important legal document. Every word can have a meaning – and can be open to interpretation.
Once it’s in the Constitution, it is permanent. It won’t be changed.
The Government or Parliament cannot rectify any unintended consequences.
The facts matter. The details matter.
That’s why we asked 15 questions in January – questions that still remain unanswered.
The way Mr Albanese’s Voice has been worded, and by enshrining it in the Constitution, could open a legal can of worms.
The Prime Minister can’t guarantee its powers won’t lead to intervention by an activist High Court.
And that it won’t significantly disrupt or delay effective decision making by governments.
Constitutional lawyer Greg Craven has been a strong supporter of the Voice in principle and was one of the experts behind the original proposal of an Indigenous Voice.
But he now says: “It will be very, very difficult for government to operate either because it will be constantly delayed and tied up in knots, or indeed because the courts end up intervening directly in
For the Government it is not about the detail or the consequences. It’s about the vibe.
In all good conscience, we cannot support that approach.
The Prime Minister has sought to divide Australians. We are seeking to unite them.
Leader of the Opposition.
Commonwealth Constitution of Australia 1901 Preamble
Whereas the people of New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia, Queensland, and Tasmania, humbly relying on the blessing of Almighty God, have agreed to unite in one indissoluble Federal Commonwealth under the Crown of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, and under the Constitution hereby established:
And whereas it is expedient to provide for the admission into the Commonwealth of other Australasian Colonies and possessions of the Queen:
Be it therefore enacted by the Queen’s most Excellent Majesty, by and with the advice and consent of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and Commons, in this present Parliament assembled, and by the authority of the same, as follows:-
The last time we looked Aborigines were classed as people. Editor
The best and simplest explanation yet of the unlawfulness of the Voice referendum
Aboriginal activist Noel Pearson was taken under the wing of the large Melbourne Jewish law firm Arnold, Bloch, Liebler and given lessons by partner Mark Liebler, son of Isi Liebler who had strong ties with Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu.
Isi Libler was also Bob Hawke’s personal solicitor and the firm then acted for the Australian Labor Party. The commentary in this video from Grandmother Mulara is as accurate as any we have seen in the current debate and is correct at law.
Would Noel Pearson, who has called Voice opponents ‘racist’, a strategy taught to him by the Jews, ever debate the officious Grandmother Mulara, a law graduate, about the hidden agenda of the Voice? We seriously doubt it.
She would expose his expansive curriculum vitae which could take this Aboriginal elitist out of the show.