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With malice towards all, Uluru statement is no Gettysburg address

18 August 2023

5:00 AM

18 August 2023

5:00 AM

Senator Jacinta Nampijinpa Price’s call for an end to ‘welcome to country’ ceremonies at public events is not racist, it is unifying.

Family First supports her.

Never has there been such goodwill towards Indigenous Australians from their fellow Australians.

That is why it is ironic that Anthony Albanese’s Voice referendum is on a path to failure.

Like the Matilda’s World Cup bid, Australians, regardless of race, creed, or identity earnestly desire unifying moments.

Soccer is not everyone’s sport, but we love, indeed crave, the sense of togetherness this Matilda moment brings.

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