If you missed the rugby league clash between the National Rugby League Indigenous All Stars and the New Zealand Maori teams the result was a political movement. As stated in the previous Conservative Kookaburra post, sport has become a testing ground for Cultural Marxist’s ideological indoctrination programs. And this clash was a perfect example of that.
The racist rugby league fixture based around two teams picked exclusively along lines of race, has ended with a political statement coming from captain of the NRL Indigenous team and Australian head coach Mal Meninga. Echoing comments from Jonathan Thurston last year regarding the date of Australia Day that were quickly hushed up, Cody Walker has made claims the national anthem brings back bad memories. The South Sydney half said:
“It just brings back so many memories from what’s happened and I think everyone in Australia needs to get together and work something out.”
More and more sport is being used to indoctrinate the masses. The radical left has once again played their predictable hand hoping to convince the working class, whom are largely politically ignorant due to distractions and lack of time. Australia’s Socialist sympathising public broadcaster the ABC also quoted Mal Meninga pleading for a referendum on the anthem issue. Meninga said:
“We’ve had the national Sorry Day so Australians — all Australians — are very aware of our national history, maybe more aware than they were before . . . If we have a national anthem that offends our Indigenous people, let’s see what all of Australia thinks.”
So Mal and the guys want us to decide if white Australians need to be dragged through the mud again. Anyone for another round of white guilt? The education system will no doubt lap it up. Decoding the national anthem will become the new flavour of the month with the #communistleft and eventually we will reach a point where just a couple of bars of this tune will trigger university educated overly sensitive millennials.
And what next. We have Reconciliation Week, we’ve got jobs advertised exclusively for aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, we’ve got Abstudy, we have subsidised home loans, but we can’t have an anthem, we can’t have January 26th as our national day, we can’t have that flag – surely that union jack is too triggering and a brings back memories from what’s happened in the past.
Lets face it. It seems very few people who speak for and represent the aboriginal population aren’t offended by the mere presence of white people, and the #communistleft is playing this card to divide Australia.