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Mondays With Mullane - Ep12 Voice - Yes or NO

I will explain why I will vote no and why everyone should vote no. This referendum is the most divisive referendum ever put before the Australian people.

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I will explain why I will vote no and why everyone should vote no. This referendum is the most divisive referendum ever put before the Australian people. The last referendum on SSM got up. I believe there was a bit of vote rigging involved. However, to quote Queen Victoria, "I don't care what they do as long as it doesn't scare the horses." I think most Australians had the same thoughts.

This referendum that has Australia so divided either way will take a long time to recover from the hatred displayed by both sides. We have seen Professor Denise Ferris spit in the face of a no-voter. Today, Noel Pearson called immigrants "The wrong colour, and if they vote no, they are siding with the British." Marcia Langton called no voters" Racist and stupid." Thomas Mayo, nee Mayor, stated we must pay the rent and reparations. He also praised the communists.

There are 3252 Aboriginal corporations, Aboriginal advisory councils and 30 Land councils. $40 billion a year is allocated to them, provided by Australian taxpayers divided among 3.8% of Australia's population. Plus, mining royalties. Aboriginals own 55% of Australia. There are 11 members of parliament to represent their interests. Linda Burney, the Gucci-clad, incoherent, incompetent Minister For Aboriginal Affairs. Question: what has she done?

As far as I know, Australia is the only country in the world represented by two flags. One flag represents 3.8% of the population; the Australian flag represents everyone else, again division. We now have to witness ad nauseam the 'Welcome To Country Ceromomy' at nearly every event, plus the 'Smoking Ceremony.' Performed by half-naked white men pretending to be Aboriginals. These so-called cultural traditions are recent inventions. Along with an Aboriginal Rugby League team doing their version of a Harka. Cultural appropriation at its worst.


On invasion day 26-1-1788, 11 ships landed. They were captained by Arthur Phillip, 750 wretched convicts, male and female and 550 crew. Question: How do you invade a continent the size of Australia, the sixth largest country with this poultry number of people, some female?



Aboriginals should be pragmatic. Some other more advanced nation or, to be generous, a different way of life would always discover Australia and colonise it. Aboriginals should be grateful it was the British. It could have been the Dutch, French, Portuguese, or the Spanish. The Spanish had a policy of genocide of indigenous populations in their South American colonies. They murdered millions. The best thing that happened to Australia was British colonisation. The Dutch were traders not interested in infrastructure. The French did build infrastructure, but never without years of conflict, gave any of their colonies independence. The Spanish and Portugues pillaged and plundered and pissed off. Some of the world's great countries with freedoms and high living standards are ex-British colonies.



Yes, The British committed atrocities against the indigenous population. However, these events are recorded in history, which is why they are history. That is the negative, and I am saying live for today, not the past. In the 2nd WW, it is estimated up to 80 million died. A lot of Australians, including Aboriginals, fought the invading Japanese. A lot died or were wounded. We today don't hate the Japanese, our second biggest trading partner. Who amongst us has never owned a Japanese vehicle, watched a Japanese TV or worn a Seiko watch? Who doesn't aspire to drive a German vehicle?



Australia has achieved more in the last 230 years than the previous 60,000 years. How long could a Stone Age people of hunter-gatherers few in population go on with this ancient lifestyle? Today, Australia is a multicultural democracy, the 12th biggest economy globally. The British gave Australia infrastructure: institutions and laws, although not perfect, but still the best The Westminister System of government.


Inner-city whites are promoting the Yes campaign. These people are primarily white with a minute Aboriginal ancestry. They claim constant victimhood. "Oh, I'm discriminated against because I'm black." Well, nobody would know you are black. Stop playing the victim and embrace your white ancestors. The alternative is you can shed your white man inventions and white man clothes made in China anytime and return to the life of a hunter-gatherer. Australia is big enough.



The left loonies and fellow travellers now have this confected hatred of white civilisation. They vent their anger mostly against white males, former politicians, and explorers. They vandalise their statues and demand their removal. Robert Towns, the founder of Townsville, is an example in Tasmania, a statue of ex-premier William Crowther, Captain Cook and Queen Victoria in Sydney. In the UK, Winston Churchill's statue was vandalised with paint writing racist on his statue. What these people don’t realise is that for all Churchill's faults, his actions enabled these people to enjoy the freedom of writing racist on Churchill's statue. The woke wankers are pushing to abolish all English place names, cities, roads, towns, and mountains. They want them replaced with Aboriginal words, some difficult to pronounce. Mount Kosciuszko could be difficult for some, so it has been shortened to Mount Kossi.


One could be cynical and believe Anthony Albanese orchestrated the voice as a distraction because he and the Labour Party are incapable of solving all of Australia's other problems. Petrol over $2 a litre 12 interest rate rises, people experiencing homelessness. People struggle to pay their mortgages, put food on the table, and pay for their children's sports. Trust me, an Aboriginal voice in parliament is not a priority. The banks have donated nearly eight million to the Yes campaign. Why didn’t they present this money to bushfire and flood victims who are still homeless?

We must all identify as Australians. We can all be proud of our ethnic heritage. Migrants built Australia post 2nd WW—immigrants from the British Isles, plus other European countries. In the 1980s, immigrants from Asia, South America, and the Pacific Islands worked hard; these dynamic entrepreneurial people made Australia a great nation. These people's success is reflected in business leaders, politicians, and sporting achievements. However, we must acknowledge Australian settlers, convicts, farmers, cattlemen and women, all pioneers that made Australia the great country it is today.



I believe Australia will achieve more greatness in all its endeavours. The best is yet to come. However, this will only be achieved if we all work together to achieve excellence. Divided, we will never realise our full potential. This why I implore everyone to vote an emphatic NO.



Danny Mullane


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