Update: 14/8 @ 3pm.
The agenda of The Racist Voice is now clear.
It is about re-tribalizing Australia to approximate the time when bitterly antagonistic tribes roamed across the sparsely populated country.
That was sustainable when there were some hundreds of thousands of hunter-gatherers.
It will be interesting to see how it pans out with more than 25 million people and our resources are being developed by some of the most efficient miners and farmers in the world. That is thanks to the institutions of western civilization: critical rationalism powering scientific and technological progress, property rights, limited government under the rule of laws, due process, the presumption of innocence, free speech and all the other freedoms – movement, association, belief.
The next step is the destruction of communication by tribalizing the language to use tribal names for places and other things like dingos, as Kel Richards reminded us. Think of this like the Newspeak that George Orwell described in the Appendix to 1984.
The point of language, you and I know, is to communicate. And in Australia, we don’t speak Dharug or any other local indigenous language, we speak English.Speaking on 2GB
The languages are diverse even within the Indigenous community, and many Indigenous words that came into the English language were from the Sydney area. Mr. Richards noted that about 75 percent of place names in Australia (three million out of four million) are in Indigenous languages already. “So we’ve already using lots and lots of Indigenous words showing lots of respect to the local Indigenous people by naming the places as they told us.”
The Prime Minister wanted to change Australia and now we can see what he meant. Retribalize and divide the nation into fragments.
Lets tell the truth about The Racist Voice, vote NO and move on to talk about other things to promote peace, freedom and prosperity.
Lets talk about the wind droughts that will bring down the wind and solar energy ponzi scheme.
Lets talk about improving the quality of life in the remote communities.
In the spirit of unity and cooperation I would like to invite Anthony Albanese to join in a conciliation session to discuss ways and means to close the gap.
We could leave our firearms at the door, put our feet up in comfortable chairs, with a mug or jug in hand. We could talk a bit of footie as well, I used to follow the Rabbitohs when I lived in Surry Hills.
Those were the days! Remember the immortal photo of Georgie Piggins and Mal Reilly standing chest to chest trying to headbutt each other!