A Better Way

Kerry White spoke publicly at the Adelaide Convention Centre on June 23, 2023 about “The Voice” referendum. Transcript is below the video.


I am a Narrungga leader and Native Title holder. My grandfather, mother and extended family come from the Point Pierce Mission here in SA. I also have ties through extended family to the Utnamutna, Kaurna, Nukunu, Warlpiri and Pitjantjatjara Aboriginal people. l served on boards and committees, both Aboriginal and Non-Aboriginal. My area of expertise is in health and small business, I have worked in both public and private sectors, including the Welfare system. I am going to share a few facts with you this evening.

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By Cliff Reece

Marcia Langton, the prominent ‘Yes’ campaigner, and key Voice architect accused ‘No’ voters of being either racists or plain stupid while speaking to a forum in Bunbury, Western Australia. And it was said with pure hatred on her face and in her voice.

She later claimed that she wasn’t referring to ‘No’ voters but only those promoting the ‘No’ case – presumably people like Senator Jacinta Nampijinpa Price and Nyunggai Warren Mundine. I don’t think either of them are racist or stupid – do you?

Her outrageous comments were then deleted from social media platforms just minutes after they were reported on Sharri Markson’s Sky News program.



By Cliff Reece

Indigenous Minister Linda Burney together with hate-filled racist Senator Lidia Thorpe and communists like Thomas Mayo and Marcia Langton together with activist Noel Pearson are leading the charge, vilifying everything relating to British colonialism.

Thorpe’s insane outburst at a Melbourne rally said it all when she screamed out to a cheering crowd: “This is a war! They are still killing us! They are still stealing our babies! They are killing our men! And they are still raping our women!”


James Cook … the Great Colonial Invader!

By Cliff Reece

James Cook is being demonized by activists as a coloniser and instigator of the so-called ‘invasion’ that took place from 1770. Is there any truth in their claims?

Some of you are probably already smiling as a result of my obviously humorous heading ‘the great colonial invader’ – it’s so preposterous that it’s hard not to laugh out loud !

And yet, that is exactly what so many ignorant and racially biased Australians consider him to be – and that appears to include our Prime Minister, Tony Albanese.

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Carbon Language: Error on a Global Scale

By Steve Goreham

Originally published in Master Resource.

Political and business leaders, educators, and the news media endlessly talk about “carbon.” Newscasters repeatedly warn about “carbon emissions” and “carbon pollution.” States and provinces announce “zero carbon” goals. The United Nations and environmental groups push for a “low-carbon” and a “carbon-neutral” society. But instead, they should all be talking about “carbon dioxide,” not carbon.

Labeling carbon dioxide “carbon” is as foolish as calling salt “chlorine.” Carbon and carbon dioxide (CO2) are completely different substances. The term “carbon” conveys an image of black pencil lead or soot, but CO2 is an invisible gas. It appears that CO2 is deliberately being misnamed to convey a negative image.

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By Cliff Reece

The Australian Greens leader, Adam Bandt (pictured left), has called on his comrades to join disruptive climate protests to pressure the Albanese government into stopping the opening of new fossil fuel mines, saying he plans to personally participate in blocking the country’s largest coal port in Newcastle.

He said more people needed to “get in behind” groups that engaged in civil disobedience, naming Disrupt Burrup Hub, Rising Tide and Extinction Rebellion.


Our Sacred Land?

By Viv Forbes

My wife and I were both born in Australia, as were two children and four grandchildren. Our parents were born in Australia as were all of their parents. And some ancestors go back much further in this land.

I feel rage every time I have to sit through another patronising “welcome to country” charade, designed to make me feel an intruder in my own land. Indigenous history on this continent is the same as our family story – it just goes back a bit further.

The first aboriginals probably walked here over a land bridge and Europeans came later in sailing clippers. All caused displacement of prior inhabitants. They brought dingos which are now “protected” – we brought cattle, sheep, horses and ploughs which are increasingly condemned. They mined ochre, quartzite and basalt, which are now heritage sites – but our coal mines are widely condemned. They brought spears and boomerangs – we brought guns and swords.

Racial referenda, indigenous “Welcomes”, talk of Treaties and special land rights for some Australians just create and maintain division. How long before we are one people with the same rights and responsibilities?

Two centuries is surely time enough?