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Mondays with Anonymous Mullane - Ep01

Danny Mullane

10 July 2023

My opinion on the Australian 'Voice' to Parliament - Caution

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The Referendum on the Voice

The media in all forms is now saturated with articles, interviews for and against the upcoming referendum on the voice. Those in favour state it will give first nations people a voice in parliament. They state it is an advisory capacity only. Prime Minister Anthony Albanese said, “It would be a braveparliament to refuse their request.”

The federal parliament has 11 representatives who identify as Aboriginal they were elected. The voice people will be unelected, and representing 3% of the population will covertly or overtly have the power to enact laws affecting 97% of the population.

There is no argument that Aboriginal people live in squalor with drunkenness, drug taking, domestic violence, high child molestation and continuous high crime rates. Billions have been spent to rectify these problems without success. What difference would a voice make?

The people who will represent the voice if the yes vote succeeds. These people will not be the actual first nations people but pale-skinned Aboriginals academic elites living in inner-city trendy hipster suburbs sipping their skimmed milk lattes. Chardonnay socialists.

Looking at some of the statements and demands by far-left extremist pale Aboriginals, their demands are frightening. They want to charge property owners rent and punish politicians that voted no, plus other outrageous demands.

ABC, the taxpayer-funded national broadcaster, continuously provides propaganda for the yes vote. The ABC is an infested leftist swamp impartially, is non-existent. They are extreme leftists obsessed with Aborinigials and homosexuals. Their po-faced presenters, appearing more suited to radio than Television, spew their radical Marxist views at every opportunity.

Australia Day or invasion day? A country with two flags. One flag represents a nation, and one flag represents a race. In 1788 when Captain Phillip claimed Australia as a British colony. Aboriginals claim this was an invasion. If it was an invasion, why a small ship? Only the Captain and first officer carried a firearm on British ships to prevent mutinies. How do you invade a continent the size of Australia like that? Australia was sparsely populated, with estimates ranging from 350,000 to 750,000. How could that few people occupy a continent?

An attempted invasion occurred during the 2 nd WW. The Japanese bombed Darwin. Their submarines entered Sydney harbour, and they landed troops in New Guinea, at the time an Australian colony. Australian troops and there were Aboriginal troops also fought and defeated the Japanese.

Aboriginal people need to be pragmatic, and although nobody denies the British colonists treated Aboriginals appallingly, it is well documented. However, if it had not been the British, it could have been the French, Dutch, or German. Or had it been the Spanish or Portuguese, we would not have had this conversation. The Spanish and Portuguese had a policy of genocide of indigenous populations in their colonies; in their South American colonies, they murdered millions.

Australia today is a vibrant democracy. The population is multi-cultured. After the 2 nd WW, migrants from Europe came to Australia with nothing but high hopes for a better life. My parents were Irish immigrants; they arrived with nothing. In the 1980s, after The White Australia policy was abolished. Robert Menzies and Harold Holt, both Liberal Prime Ministers, started dismantling the White Australia policy, and Labor Prime Minister Gough Whitlam abolished it. Labour opposition leader Arthur Caldwell once stated, “Two Wongs don’t make a white.” In the 1980s, immigrants from Asia were hardworking, entrepreneurial families orientated.

All these migrants contributed to making Australia the great country it is today. One only has to look at football teams to see how successful migrants have become players, names representative of all those post 2ndWW migrants.

The Australian flag, The Union Jack in one corner, the stars of the Southern Cross. Now being of Irish descent, I would have reason to hate the British and the Union Jack. My paternal grandfather fought in the IRA. Britain invaded Ireland, stole their prime farmland and did nothing during the Irish famine when two million died. However, I don’t hate the British no English person today has ever harmed me. Subsequently, I don’t hate the Germans or Japanese again; they have not harmed me in any way. We cannot rewrite the past, and the British and our system of government, lots of traditions and culture are British, so I love our flag.

If the yes vote succeeds, the voice will divide us along race, them and us situation. Aboriginals complain they are discriminated against. Does a high-profile Aboriginal football player receive less money than non-Aboriginal players? Why is it that non-white immigrants can arrive in Australia with nothing, maybe a dodgy qualification certificate from an obscure university? However, they run a business in ten years, buy a home, and send their children to private schools; English is often not their first language.

In summary, a voice in parliament representing just one race, 3% of the population, is unnecessary. We should all call ourselves Australians. Of course, we can be proud of our racial heritage.

I do not believe most Australians are inherent racists; we are too mixed for that. Anboringinals need to face the fact someone was always going to colonise Australia. A continent the size of Australia could not go on forever, sparsely populated by stone age people who, for 60,000 years, never progressed. I accept it was their country, and they had a right to live like that. But the practicality of it is they could never live like that forever.

The past cannot be erased, and wrongs righted. People must live in the present, look to the future for future generations, and come together as a cohesive nation, not one divided by race.

Danny Mullane

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