The naivety of so many well-meaning commentators conveniently glossing over the racial nature of the Voice proposal in the Uluru Statement is baffling. Are they Machiavellian fifth columnists seeking to undermine Australian democracy? Or just useful idealistic fools?
To have a special race-based powerful voice for a tiny minority is profoundly unsettling, frightening in its prospect, and dangerously divisive.
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