Monday, February 18, 2008

Rudd's Apartheid

Looks like the Rudd government will sign the UN declaration on indigenous rights . A racist declaration that will effectively allow Aboriginals to set up sovereign communities within Australia. This is outrageous. Andrew Bolt has been covering the issue. The declaration states:

"Indigenous peoples and individuals have the right to belong to an indigenous community or nation . . .

"(States must give) due recognition to indigenous peoples' laws . . .

"Indigenous peoples have the right to establish and control their education systems . . .

"States shall consult and co-operate in good faith with the indigenous peoples concerned through their own representative institutions . . .

We are supposed to be living in one country with a legal system serving all Australians, not separate laws for Aboriginals. Its politically correct apartheid. The government claims it will be non binding but if so why sign it? And does anyone think Aboriginals will see it that way?


  1. I'm all for formal acknowledgement of racial differences in law.........just so long as we can have formal acknowledgement of Aryan supremacy! Fire up the ovens! Zig heil!

    Seriously, I wrote a bit of an article on a similar situation a while back:

  2. G'day,

    The cynic in me wants to know if they do acheive some type of sovereigny will they still demand to be a part of the Australian welfare system?