Albo and the Labor party want you to think their referendum on the Voice to Parliament is just another woke virtue-signal.
They want you to think it’s merely a minor change to the Constitution … a “modest request”.
They want Australians believing that it’s nothing more than a small gesture to make our Indigenous brothers and sisters feel more included.
But it isn’t…
The Voice is a trojan horse the likes of which Australia has never seen…
The activists pushing for the Voice won’t tell you about this, but Victoria already has a version of the ‘voice’ already legislated.
In 2019, Dan Andrews set up what became known as the First Peoples’ Assembly.
There to “represent Traditional Owners of Country and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in Victoria”, it has an “Elders’ Voice”, its own constitution, runs its own Indigenous-only elections and meets in the Victorian Parliament.
Its priority is to negotiate a “treaty” with the Victorian Government.
Using $65 million of Victorian taxpayers’ money, it’s arguing for changes to Victoria’s democracy that will see power shift away from ordinary Victorian voters.
There is no exaggeration here.
Having a number of seats in the Victorian Parliament that members of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community vote for.
Establishing a permanent representative body with meaningful decision-making powers – a “Black Parliament” of sorts.
First Peoples oversight of the Victorian Government and public service for the benefit of First Peoples.
Treaty is a significant step towards transferring power and resources to First Peoples so they can control the policies and programs that affect their lives.
This is why Albo has some hard questions to answer about his Indigenous Voice to Parliament.
The Voice is not just about including our Indigenous brothers and sisters and giving them a say.
It’s about money and power.
…and Albo is pretending it's not a big deal.
Join our campaign to stop Albo’s woke Indigenous Voice to parliament here: https://www.advanceaustralia.org.au/petition_2208_the-voice
There are already 67,000 Australians who’ve signed on to join the campaign, and the politicians, bureaucrats and activists are taking note…
Make sure YOUR Voice is heard too…
 https://www.firstpeoplesvic.org/treaty/ - the website of the “First Peoples’ Assembly” says “nothing is off the table, so we need to think big and push hard”.
 https://www.firstpeoplesvic.org/treaty/voice/ - the website of the “First Peoples’ Assembly” outlines its key goals.
 https://www.premier.vic.gov.au/historic-framework-paves-way-treaty-negotiations - press release by Andrews’ government says “Treaty is a significant step towards transferring power and resources to First Peoples so they can control the policies and programs that affect their lives”.
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