This scene offers an indication of the kind of transparency the public will get from Elizabeth “Slinging Bull” Warren if Massachusetts unwisely elects her to the Senate:
She’d better be careful slamming that door. The way she has been lying about her supposed Cherokee ancestry, she’s liable to get her nose caught in it. Â (Moonbattery)
More of the same:
- The Academic Scandal Elizabeth Warren and Harvard Don’t Want You to Know About
- Â Even those those who call the
presidentÂ race huckster in chief Â “cool” are racist.
But you haven’t seen the ‘new Aboriginies’ we have down under:
MEET the white face of a new black race – the political Aborigine:
Meet, say, acclaimed St Kilda artistÂ Bindi Cole, who was raised by her English-Jewish mother yet calls herself “Aboriginal but white”.
She rarely saw her part-Aboriginal father, and could in truth join any one of several ethnic groups, but chose Aboriginal, insisting on a racial identity you could not guess from her features.
She also chose, incidentally, the one identity open to her that has political and career clout.
And how popular a choice that now is. AskÂ Annette Sax, another artist and – as the very correct Â AgeÂ newspaper described her – a “white Koori”.
Her father was Swiss, and her mother only part-Aboriginal. Racially, if these things mattered, she is more Caucasian than anything else. Culturally, she’s more European. In looks, she’s Swiss.
But she, too, has chosen to call herself Aboriginal, which happily means she could be shortlisted for this year’s Victorian Indigenous Art Award.
Shall I go on? Not yet convinced that there is a whole new fashion in academia, the arts and professional activism to identify as Aboriginal?
But wait, thats for starters. You know theres more, there’s always more:
White is the new black
The author ofÂ Black Steam TrainÂ is Aboriginal.Â in this vindictively anti-free-speech nation – we are allowed to link to his profile, but not enough to quote him.
Its a profitable racket. here’s how it works:
Here, take a look at our faux Aboriginies:
Case Study One:
In addition to being Aboriginal, Jacob Boehme (pictured below) has a both a Post Graduate DiplomaÂ andÂ a Masters in Puppetry.Â I amÂ not kidding.
Case Study Five
If you watched Australian Story recently, you may have come across the story of AIME and its wunderkid CEO Jack Manning Bancroft.Â Jack traces his Aboriginality through his mother, Bronwyn Bancroft:-
Bronwyn has her own company calledÂ ‘Designer Aboriginals’.Â Early last year, Bronwyn herself was the recipient of $23,300.00 of the Arts Council largesse, to assist her with getting more of her artworks into the public eye.
It’s easy money, especially if you happen to be connected to the right people.