You will pay reparations, one way or another. It doesn’t matter that no one voted for it, or that politicians are unable to win the political argument in favour of perpetual historical guilt. When it comes to the era of activist politics, these battles for cash are fought and won in the shadows of ESG where corporate entities shake hands with the government.
Australia’s vocal but tiny ‘Blak activist’ collective is attempting to sneak new race taxes into the Constitution (Pay the Rent) stuffed into the stomach of the Voice’s Trojan horse – but Canada is a lot further down the...
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