Albo’s race-game to sink Australia

by DAVID FLINT – IT HAS become clear that talk during the referendum about the Voice being used to close the gap was nothing more than an empty sales pitch. 

This explains the rejection, after a peremptory and supercilious debate, of urgency motions by Senator Jacinta Nampijinpa Price and Peter Dutton. 

The Albanese Government, now challenging Kevin Rudd as the nation’s worst, is fulfilling its leader’s declared ambition to change Australia.

These were to take the essential first steps to closure – an audit into the billions spent and a royal commission into child sexual abuse in the remote communities.

In an interview for a recent Australians for Constitutional Monarchy (ACM) conference, free on-demand on ADH TV, John Howard said the 2007 intervention was a recognition that the Northern Territory government had “completely failed in its responsibilities” to protect children.


It did not appear, he said, that “a lot has changed over the last 15 years”.

According to the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, 95.5 children per 1000 in the Northern Territory were the subject of an investigation by or notification to child protection services in 2020/2021, 346 per cent higher than the national average.

The Territory, incidentally, voted No by 60 to 40 per cent.

Why is the government, its allies and the vast well-endowed Aboriginal industry so determined to hide both the extent of child sexual abuse and where billions to close the gap actually went?

People are beginning to ask who they are protecting.

At the ACM conference, John Howard was joined by others warning not only about the Voice but also the rest of a sinister constitutional change agenda.

They included Tony Abbott, Alan Jones, Nick Cater and two new NSW politicians making a mark – John Ruddick and Rachel Merton.

Despite the landslide rejection of the Voice, there is still a determination to impose “the full” Uluru agenda – Treaty, “Truth-Telling” and Reparations.

The referendum was PM Anthony Albanese’s attempt not only to lock this in but, as Tony Abbott accurately saw it, a power grab.

The elites do not accept the people’s decision. Instead, they complain ominously about “misinformation”, declaring the rank and file uneducated and unintelligent.

Actually, the people’s considered decision demonstrated a healthy immunity to indoctrination.

There is, sadly, no need to introduce legal advantage based on race. It’s already here.

One leading example is in a raced-based land law invented by activist judges and consolidated, without any mandate, by the politicians with a vast part of the country now subject to native title.

It also exists in legislation, such as that in NSW, where Crown land can be taken to benefit those with no proven relationship with the land.

Meanwhile, racial preference has been introduced into other aspects of life.

In one example I am aware of, a student not only with significantly higher qualifications but with a most abiding vocation to heal, was denied a place in a medical faculty in favour of another student ticking the indigenous box.


There have been reports from New Zealand that, in determining priorities for surgery, race would be relevant.

These practices are increasing with the import into Australia of communist-derived critical race theory.

In the long-overdue elected convention to undertake the first general review of our constitution in almost a century and a quarter, it would be reasonable to expect that a provision invalidating race-based laws would be high on the list of proposed amendments.

In the meantime, the Albanese Government, now challenging the Rudd government as the nation’s worst, is fulfilling its leader’s declared ambition to change Australia.

This is being effected by a vast pincer movement. Apart from enriching themselves and their clique, on any objective assessment, the result will be Australia’s decline.

One side of the Albanese pincer is internal. It is first to divide Australians by race while returning control of much of the economy to what is left of a once vigorous trade union movement that now principally represents some of those in the public sector.

As a result of deals and ideology, it is making a range of essentials from car and air travel and energy prohibitively expensive, while stopping or reducing proscribed energy excepting only those renewables which enrich Beijing.

It is also destroying the long-held Australian dream of home ownership and reducing incomes through an overloaded out-of-control migration scheme as payback for its big business allies.

Having joined in handing over manufacturing to its communist friends and betrayed its original constituency, Labor is no longer the workers’ Party.


One of the few good things about the Voice referendum – apart from being a forum for Australians to demonstrate yet again that they are indeed, as Labor man Dick Mc Garvie declared, “a wise constitutional people” – was the coming out of the ideological hard Left who, while never underpaid, have swept onto the boards of big banks, big business, big tech and big sports.

Undoubtedly, they now regret revealing what they are up to at a time when they naively thought the people would blindly follow their self-evident superior wisdom.

They have demonstrated two things. First, they just do not know the Australian people and, second, there is an urgent need to complete our democracy by extending the dose of Swiss-style direct democracy the Founders introduced in the constitutional referendum and which the great South Australian Prime Minister Charles Kingston would have extended.


The latest application of the other, external side of Labor’s “destroy Australia” pincer was hidden from the view of most except the truly observant.

Hoping few would notice, a departmental statement was quietly released on the Friday afternoon following the referendum.

This revealed that for the price of securing a banal photo opportunity for Albanese with dictator Xi, his government would leave untouched (despite his criticism from opposition) the handover by the hard-Left government of the Northern Territory, approved by the Turnbull government, of the crucial port of Darwin to the ultimate control of the Chinese Communist Party.

Extraordinarily, this is to continue beyond the end of this century. How can this betrayal be accepted by a free people?PC

David Flint

MAIN PHOTOGRAPH:  Anthony Albanese. (courtesy
RE-PUBLISHED: This article was originally published by The Spectator Australia on October 28, 2023. Re-used with permission.

4 thoughts on “Albo’s race-game to sink Australia

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    What is The Lima Declaration? And why has Australia has lost 98% of it’s manufacturing?

    Although signed in 1975 by Labor Senator Don Willesee, the Lima Declaration has had far reaching effects, and can clearly be seen as the blueprint for the disastrous policies embracing the bizarre philosophy known as “Globalisation”.

    The Second General Conference of the United Nations Industrial Development Organisation (UNIDO) met in Lima, Peru, during the period 12-26 March, 1975. The resulting declaration had disastrous ramifications for Australian industry. The basic reasoning behind the Declaration was that the drastic plight of the Third World was the result of the rapacious policies of the advanced industrial nations. Australia listed as one of these. The only way to rectify the situation was to transfer industrial resources from advanced countries like Australia to the Third World, then to provide markets for Third World exports by buying products once produced locally.

    Both major parties are equally to blame for betraying the nation. The Fraser Government took over where Whitlam left off, Hawke and Keating increased the tempo of the programme with Mr Hawke, Keating, Button and other senior ministers telling unsuspecting Australians they were working to ‘internationalise’ the Australian economy. The truth is, they were sowing the seeds that has almost decimated Australian manufacturing and industry and has seen Australian jobs disappear overseas.

    More than half of Australia’s manufacturing capacity has been destroyed since 1974 and the economic carnage continues while Australia imports vast quantities of goods once produced locally. While we’re ploughing oranges into the ground, we’re buying concentrate back from Brazil. Our car industry has all but disappeared, steel making is on it’s knees and our petroleum industry is under severe threat of being moved overseas. If a situation arises where there is a serious threat in the region, we will be unable to defend ourselves. The Declaration will leave Austraia short of technology, tools and jobs and we can thank scores of useless and short sighted politicians for that – on all sides of Parliament.

    In 1970 estimates numbered Australian farmers at around 300,000, the number is now below125,000.

    A call for change was made in March 1975 when the Second General Conference of the United Nations Industrial Development Organisation (UNIDO), meeting in Lima, issued a Declaration and World Plan of Action.

    The Lima Declaration and Plan of Action called for the redistribution of world industry so that developing countries would have 25% of it by the year 2000. Now in Australia we have lost more then 98% of our Industries to third world countries – along with our jobs . To achieve this, radical changes in traditional concepts and practices are recommended. Economic growth in poorer countries could no longer be seen as the “trickle down” benefit of growth in rich countries. To close the gap between rich and poor nations the developing countries would have to grow faster than the developed countries. With this end in mind, the Lima Declaration sets out the “main principles of industrialisation” and defines the “means by which the international community as a whole might take broad action to establish a New International Economic Order”.

    Wonder why we’re importing so much fish and seafood from countries like Thailand and Vietnam – when we are surrounded by vast oceans? Look no further than Resolution 27 “Developed Countries such as Australia should expand it’s imports from developing countries.”
    Are you puzzled why so much industry and jobs have moved overseas? Maybe look at Resolution 35 “Developed Countries (Australia) should transfer technical, financial, and capital goods to developing countries to accomplish resolution 28 above.”

    (35) “That special attention should be given to the least developed countries, which should enjoy a net transfer of resources from the developed countries in the form of technical and financial resources as well as capital goods, to enable the least developed countries in conformity with the policies and plans for development, to accelerate their industrialisation.”

    (41) “That the developed countries should adhere strictly to the principle that the Generalised System of Preferences must not be used as an instrument for economic and political pressure to hamper the activities of those developing countries which produce raw materials”

    (43) “That the developing countries should fully and effectively participate in the international decision making process on international monetary questions in accordance with the existing and evolving rules of the competent bodies and share equitably in the benefits resulting therefrom”

    (52) “That the developing countries should devote particular attention to the development of basic industries such as steel, chemicals, petro chemicals and engineering, thereby consolidating their economic independence while at the same time assuring an effective form of import substitution and a greater share of world trade”.

    The UN is a giant unregulated Non Government Organisation with its sights set on a one world government, where people in power have no loyalties to countries like Australia. The Lima Agreement has the potential to turn developed countries like Australia into non developed countries – no wonder so many Australians are worried for their children’s and grandchildren’s futures.

    Like most Australians, you’ve probably never heard of the Lima Agreement. Some information is available on the buttons below. There is a vast amount of information available on the Internet.

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    06:43 PM ET 02/10/2015
    Economic Systems: The alarmists keep telling us their concern about global warming is all about man’s stewardship of the environment. But we know that’s not true. A United Nations official has now confirmed this.

    At a news conference last week in Brussels, Christiana Figueres, executive secretary of U.N.’s Framework Convention on Climate Change, admitted that the goal of environmental activists is not to save the world from ecological calamity but to destroy capitalism.

    “This is the first time in the history of mankind that we are setting ourselves the task of intentionally, within a defined period of time, to change the economic development model that has been reigning for at least 150 years, since the Industrial Revolution,” she said.

    Referring to a new international treaty environmentalists hope will be adopted at the Paris climate change conference later this year, she added: “This is probably the most difficult task we have ever given ourselves, which is to intentionally transform the economic development model for the first time in human history.”

    The only economic model in the last 150 years that has ever worked at all is capitalism. The evidence is prima facie: From a feudal order that lasted a thousand years, produced zero growth and kept workdays long and lifespans short, the countries that have embraced free-market capitalism have enjoyed a system in which output has increased 70-fold, work days have been halved and lifespans doubled.


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