Note: p.17 – page number. P.100/272 is the .pdf number, 2 higher than the written page number
I’m a very, very long term regular reader and rare contributor. I’ve been through a proggie vengeance attack cycle for public commentary before. So the above is a throwaway nom de plume. Any future contributions of mine will bear nom de plumes drawn from the names of the ships in the Spanish Fleet at Trafalgar.
- has to produce nothing,
- has no KPI,
- controlled by the urban extreme-left activist class,
- able to interfere in Parliament and Government at will,
- not responsible tor alleviating any Aboriginal problems,
- (within described functions) placed outside Australian law.
The Regional Voice concept contains some good ideas regarding coordination at policy and implementation levels. There is value in this part of the Report and it alludes to improving the lives of rural and remote Aboriginal Australians.
The National Voice part is abominable: this is where the activist capture of the process, for personal gain in terms of power and money are clearly illustrated. Responsibility and accountability are obviously anathema to the activist class. Their attraction to money, power and unaccountability for their actions are clearly illustrated. The obvious intent of the activist class can be derived from Chapter 2 of the Report: it is to be very well paid, totally secure in those Continue reading “Guest Post: Santissima Trinidad – Comments on Indigenous Voice Co-design Process Final Report to the Australian Government“