The referendum to amend the Australian Constitution to include an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Voice to Parliament is fast approaching and the people will ultimately have their say through a democratic process.
Such a process is already enshrined in our Constitution, so inserting a Voice by Constitutional amendment which itself is not subject to a democratic process is irrational.
There are many reasons that Prime Minister Albanese and his cohorts have given to justify this unscheduled and unnecessary but costly interruption to the lives of every Australian.
None of which describe in any detail how an undemocratic and race-based Voice to Parliament...
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