No I’m not trying to scare you. Â JooLiar didn’t say it, at least not yet. Â
If she did, you’d know we’re in a lot more trouble than what we’re already in.
Anyhow: theÂ Aboriginal tent embassy riot has absolutely nothing to do with Cronulla, and leftist drivel trying to tie the two together are ridiculous and absurd.
The difference with CronullaÂ (Andrew Bolt)
There is Â a fundamental difference:Â at Cronulla, law-breakers were arrested and charged in large numbers; at the tent embassy, they were not.Â
Nor is there any question as to why this is so: the tent embassy rioters were Aboriginal, or claimed to be; the Cronulla rioters were not.
Update: Not Aboriginal!
Here’s a positive view of it all:
At least the Aboriginal tent embassy in Canberra has finally achieved one constructive thing in its 40 years as a moral eyesore: it helped kill off the proposed amendment to enshrine racial preference in the Australian constitution.
That proposed amendment is now dead. Everything else will merely be its funeral.Â The Australian public will not enshrine special privileges for any group on the basis of race, especially after the events of the past few days.
Wonkette Wisdom to die for:
Â RealÂ justice would involve the aboriginal people taking control of Canberra entirely,Â and: Â Thursday’s protest marks “Australia Day,” when the first English and Irish convicts were dumped near present-day Sydney, to die. Indigenous people refer more accurately to the federal holiday as “Invasion Day.”