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Aborigines here have the eternal key to reconciliation

Aborigines here have the eternal key to reconciliation

One hundred years ago this year, four young Indigenous evangelists first preached the Gospel at Ikuntji (Haasts Bluff) 200 km west of Alice Springs. Ikuntji is the home of the Western Arrernte, Pintupi and Pitjantjatjara people. The evangelists’ aim was to...

The ‘Yes’ campaign are moderates

The ‘Yes’ campaign are moderates

Sometimes it is good to be reminded that, as radical as something like the Voice to Parliament is, the 'Yes' campaign is the moderate wing of the “progressive” left, and there are some who want to go further, much further. Quick share links: Here...

Aboriginal sovereignty is a myth

Aboriginal sovereignty is a myth

“There’ll be plenty of people saying the next thing is a treaty. Now I think, of all of the absurdities coming out of this debate, there is nothing more absurd than the notion of making a treaty with the indigi... How can you make a treaty with yourself? Treaties are...

So much for “untouched” people group

So much for “untouched” people group

One of the myths of Australian history that many people seem to still believe is the idea that Australia remained untouched by non-indigenous peoples until the coming of Europeans in the age of Colonial exploration. But there is a growing body of evidence that this is...

Makarrata means much more than peace after dispute

Makarrata means much more than peace after dispute

Three months after the Uluru Statement From The Heart was released in May, 2017, the ABC published an article explaining exactly what makarrata means. The Uluru Statement demanded a “Voice”: a new Canberra bureaucracy to tell parliament what all Aboriginals are...

Pagan “Christianity”

Pagan “Christianity”

Quick share links: If the early medieval church had spent most of its efforts telling the Romans they needed to have "reconciliation" with the Gauls, and the Gauls needed to reject "colonialism", modern French culture never would have come about,...

Not sorry, and shouldn’t be

Not sorry, and shouldn’t be

Quick share links: Why does our culture, and not only our culture, but the prevailing "progressive" culture across the West put so much emphasis on telling the descendants of colonial powers that they should be sorry for living in these abundant...

More Reasons to say ‘No’ to the Voice

More Reasons to say ‘No’ to the Voice

  Australia’s Labor Prime Minister Albanese wants a referendum about including an Indigenous Voice to Parliament in the Australian Constitution. This to supposedly counter “racism” and the like. While there are many lefties clamouring for this, how many ordinary...

Josephine Cashman | Curtain Call, Ep. 22

Josephine Cashman | Curtain Call, Ep. 22

Go behind the curtain with the stars of the culture wars. In this episode, Josephine Cashman. You can listen to this podcast here and on Apple, Google, Spotify, Amazon, SoundCloud or Player FM.Please consider helping others find the Good Sauce by giving us a 5 star...