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http://www.heraldsun.com.au/blogs/andrew-bolt/how-dare-these-racists-divide-us/news-story/48f9ccae75d08f9f76f4a4196eba6d6c http://www.heraldsun.com.au/blogs/andrew-bolt/do-the-liberals-no-longer-fight-racism-tribalism/news-story/8755322d9027c5f5e16520b726e4c8fb There is an insidious campaign in Australia to change the constitution to "recognise" our indigenous peoples, giving them unwarranted special status. As far as I am concerned, it is a campaign to divide and tribalise our society. Now don't get me wrong. I sympathise with Native American/First Nations peoples in North America for a start. But it is also because of this that I oppose the victim culture and identity politics that in fact is leading to "killing with kindness". We have seen how devastating the dependency culture engendered by this has been on the indigenous peoples of North America. What is clear is that the whole indigenous industry, built upon demonising the majority of Australians and the civilisation we belong to, is a gigantic scam designed to generate cosy employment for bureaucrats, and serve the internationalist agenda by weakening loyalty to this country.
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I for one will be voting a strong NO in any case as I DO NOT wish upon myself and any heirs and successors of mine to live under a country where we have but half the rights of others. I believe in a strong and UNITED Commonwealth of Australia; and not some left wing travesty of apartheid that this step would bring.
__________________ Yours Sincerely Queenslander