Unlike totalitarian regimes, liberal Western democracies like Australia are based on the fundamental principle of one person, one vote. To be legitimate, it is essential all citizens are treated equally in their ability to elect and influence the government of the day. To give one group of citizens the unique privilege of having a direct line to Parliament and executive government breaches such a principle.
The argument the Indigenous Voice will not have the power to influence government ignores the reality a Labor government will always acquiesce given it relies on the Woke Teals and Greens to pass legislation through the...
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