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FRIDAY RAVE 13 – Say NO to The Voice of Marxist racial division

Updated: Oct 4, 2023

Lionel Rose

Say NO to the Indigenous people and issues being used as Marxist political pawns for political change.

Say NO to the Australian political agenda being potentially hijacked by an unelected Marxist-dominated advisory group, which will have influence and power through the support of the Marxist mainstream media.

Say NO to applying the cancerous Marxist 'Critical Race Theory'.

As former ALP President Warren Mundine described it “Critical race theory is the eugenics of our time — a white supremacist doctrine dividing us by colour”.

With 11 federally elected politicians, there is already an Indigenous Voice in Parliament to talk about ALL matters concerning Australia, which includes specific Indigenous issues. Surely 1100 Aboriginal organisations and more than 2000 programs to advance Aboriginal Australians, provide a substantial voice.

Does anybody really think an advisory group, in all probability, of unelected Marxist lefties from the inner city, are going to be advocates for the best interests of our democratic nation and Australian Indigenous people? I reckon there is probably more chance of finding a pot of gold at the end of God’s seven-coloured rainbow.

“Saying no to the Voice is standing against division and the farcical idea that all Aboriginal people think the same based on our race”. Senator Jacinta Nampijinpa Price

I am going to take a back seat and hand over the rest of the rave to an Indigenous woman who I have the utmost respect for, Senator Jacinta Nampijinpa Price. I encourage those, who don’t want to see Australia eventually controlled by an unelected divisive Marxist left-wing advisory group, which will be powered by the left-wing Marxist mainstream media, not to be silent and help share the wise words of this Australian Indigenous woman. I have also expressed my personal views to both the Prime Minister and my Federal Member on this important issue.


Jacinta Nampijinpa Price wrote

This week the National Party stood for all Australians against racial division.

A core component of our free, liberal democracy is the fundamental principle that every Australian citizen is considered equal under the law.

It is deceitful to continue to peddle the racial stereotype that Aboriginal people are one homogenous group of Australians who all think the same, based on our race.

This farce denies us our right to be respected as individuals.

No other racial group of Australians is framed in this way, and rightly so.

The mainstream media and the proponents of the Voice have been peddling this lie to the Australian people, and it’s time to stand up to it, call it out and say no.

The basis for the Voice comes from the “Uluru Statement from the Heart” which has been sold to the Australian people on the abovementioned racial stereotype.

Furthermore, the Statement – signed by 250 unelected individuals representing 0.03 per cent of Aboriginal Australia without consent of the other 99.97 per cent – does not represent ALL of Aboriginal Australia’s wishes.

The other lie the proponents of the Voice have peddled is the notion that all Australians who identify as Aboriginal or “First Nations” – as they’ve pigeonholed us – are somehow marginalised because of our heritage and currently have no voice or “seat at the table”.

We are not all marginalised as a race, and we have plenty of seats at the table with many voices already.

In fact, within the Indigenous Advancement Strategy alone, we have 1100 Aboriginal organisations in this nation that are funded to advance us. We have more than 2000 programs and services nationwide through the Aboriginal Benefits Account that are funded to advance Aboriginal Australians.

We have 11 federally elected representatives with seats in parliament from across parties as the greatest representation of Aboriginal voices in our parliament in the history of our nation.

We have lived long enough under a woke, divisive ideology that suggests that Australia comprises two groups of people: “oppressors” and the “oppressed”. This ideology has also formed the basis for Labor’s Voice campaign and is the same ideology that supporters of the Voice subscribe to when they accuse those who disagree with it of racism.

Every voter in this nation has the right to vote or disagree with a proposal put by any government without being branded racist.

Especially given the proposal has zero detail or is likely to be based on the former failed ATSIC model. And this time, Labor wants ATSIC 2.0 enshrined within our Constitution so that if it fails like the first ATSIC, it can never be dismantled. I don’t know about you, but this is a recipe for absolute disaster and a slippery slope toward racial segregation. This is why the National Party has drawn a line in the sand and said “No” to the Voice.

Jacinta Nampijinpa Price is a Country Liberal Party Senator for the Northern Territory.

We must fight back and take a stance against the division cultural Marxism is causing in Australia and the West. I will conclude with the words of unity from a voice of the past, a great Australian, former boxing World Champion Lionel Rose (now buried by the left - forgotten), who once said when asked a racial question by a reporter.

“I'm not too clued up with all this sort of thing. I just think of myself as an Australian, and I think everyone else is an Australian here with me”.


Lionel Rose was the first Indigenous Australian to win a world title, holding the undisputed WBA, WBC, and The Ring bantamweight titles from 1968 to 1969. Interesting how the left never talk about this Australian as a hero, and here is why



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