What Happens if the Government Goes Against the Advice of the Voice to Parliament? By James Reed

The answer given by Anne Twomey, Professor emerita, University of Sydney, is that parliament prevails, so all is sweet. But, really, why go to all the bother of changing the constitution for that? No, parliament will be subjected to an onslaught of white guilt if it dared to go against the Voice, an effective third chamber of parliament, on anything, regardless of the so-called advisory role. It will not happen, and the real rulers of Australia will be the Voice, and those standing behind it.

This is an easy one; vote No, and get everyone you know, and they know, to do the same. This has to be defeated.





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Friday, 19 July 2024

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