SCM – To comment on “Not gonna sit in silence”, 03/09
SDT – To comment on “You’re the Voice to be Yes anthem”, 03/09
SHS – To comment on “‘Yes’ is not going to sit in silence”, 03/09
Using “You’re the voice” as a theme for the Yes campaign highlights the cognitive dissonance of the left, (“Not gonna sit in silence”, 03/09). Cognitive dissonance is the mental anguish a person experiences when they believe in two things that contradict each other, which the left interpret as the feeling that comes with being smarter than others.
The lyrics for “You’re the voice” express a desire for unity, which is the exact opposite of the plan for the Voice. The Voice is about returning racial discrimination to the Constitution. It will create two classes of Australians. It’s divisive.
The song is about ending wars but Australia was never at war with aborigines, which is why there’s still aboriginals. Aboriginals aren’t “sitting in silence”; they have disproportionately high representation in parliament. We already “stand together” to the tune of $100 million per day in indigenous programs. The most disadvantaged aborigines on remote communities aren’t “living in fear” of non-aboriginals, but they’re very apprehensive about the Voice because nobody consulted them on it and they’re worried it will eventually see their land controlled by the UN.
Lefties who feel smart for recruiting Farnham’s song believe lyrics about unity reflect a referendum to create disunity. That’s cognitive dissonance.
The enemy have us surrounded. Good! Now we know where to find the bastards! -various
My father just came down from Darwin by road and some aboriginal people he got talking to in Tennant Creek were bitterly opposed to it
Did your father say why they were bitterly opposed Struth ?
For all the very same reasons we all are as well as stating they were never consulted about anything to do with it. The only voice it will be is a voice for communism. It's the same old Marxist activists that have wreaked havoc and disaster on aboriginal people for decades. Many aboriginal would kill them if they could get their hands on them.