YES or NO
OCT 15 2023
This is a DEEPLY disturbing article. Please read this. Please understand why this segregation exists.
I am not defending Price, she has said said some ridiculous things BUT… some things that are being said in this article really hit hard.
Who and what can we trust?
OCT 15, 2023
Professor Jakubowicz said areas with higher proportions of working class or migrant voters were more concerned with cost-of-living issues.
ANNNND THERE IT IS.
BLAMING THE MIGRANTS NOT THE COLONISERS.
“If the economic pressures weren’t as critical, the outcome might have been different,” he said.
PERSONAL COST OF LIVING STRUGGLES SHOULD MAKE COMPASSION AND EMPATHY STRONGER.
If you can please skim the article.
Look at the photo used.
Look at the subliminal messaging here… ‘cool’ euro looking surfer dude voting, of course they must be voting YES… because according to the stats and the info between the lines, apparently only the affluent and “higher” educated voted YES
…and apparently they all live in the inner suburbs of Sydney, and in ACT.
So now the government will absolve themselves of any blame and will blame this on “poor stupid” people who are not rich nor ‘smart’ enough to feel compassion.
OCT 14, 2023
First Nations People of this Land -descendants of an Ancient People- make up only 3.2% of 235yo Australia’s population.
THIS SHOULD MAKE THEM EVEN MORE worthy of protection, care, equity, RENT and safety.
The First Nations People have EVERY RIGHT TO VOTE NO, it should have ONLY been their decision if they wanted to forgive this constructment and be ‘included’ and then a NEW* constitution should have been made.
BUT… 3%… 1.5%… didn’t do this…
The bigots did.
They are the ones ‘celebrating’.
*Please don’t say I am being naive, I was in close proximity when another country’s new constitution was being created.
IT IS NOT HARD TO DO RIGHT BY PEOPLE.
Constitutions need to be amended/added to every 50 years
OCT 14, 2023
“I’m devastated,” said Thomas Mayo, one of the leading Yes campaigners.
“The proposal that we have made is the right one. We need a Voice, we need that structural change and we got it right at Uluru.
“We have seen a disgusting No campaign. A campaign that has been dishonest, that has lied to the Australian people, and I’m sure that will come out in the analysis.
“History will reflect poorly on [Opposition Leader] Peter Dutton, [One Nation Leader] Pauline Hanson, all that have opposed this.”
Independent senator Lidia Thorpe, a leading No campaigner, said she was not surprised by the referendum outcome.
She said Australia needed a treaty with First Nations people before the constitution was changed.
Yes campaigner Tanya Hosch, from Yes23, said the outcome meant Australia was left with the status quo, in which Indigenous Australians faced “unacceptable” levels of disadvantage.
But she said millions of Australians were committed to closing the gap between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians.
“One thing that is not changed by tonight is that we’re the first peoples of this country,” she said.
No campaigner Warren Mundine said the result was not cause for celebration.
“There will be no dancing or bands upstairs for us tonight,” he told Sky News.
“Tomorrow, we’ve got to reach out to the Yes campaign, the Australians that didn’t vote for us, and get to work on the problems we face.”