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Unhappy woke New Year

Why does no one ever cancel the anti-Western vitriol?

6 January 2024

9:00 AM

6 January 2024

9:00 AM

The defining event of 2023 was the defeat of Labor’s Voice to Parliament. While this was a source of great satisfaction to the 61 per cent of the population that voted ‘no’ that resounding majority almost certainly didn’t include anyone at the national broadcaster.

Still in high dudgeon at being forced to submit to the indignity of abiding by the democratically expressed will of the people, the ABC and the City of Sydney council seemed to have decided to turn New Year’s Eve into a dirge for the dead Voice.

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