The Voice referendum introduced by Prime Minister Anthony Albanese on March 23 has raised many questions about its true intentions and the impact it will have on Australia. While Albanese appeared emotional during his announcement, it is speculated that his tears were not genuine and instead reflected his own self-interest. Critics argue that Albanese is merely a puppet of the Transnational Corporations, carrying out their agenda for the Voice referendum.
The Voice to Parliament has been compared to the Trojan horse, a seemingly innocent gift that will bring destruction from within. The true objective of the Voice is believed to be the appropriation and redistribution of Australian properties and agricultural farmland. Advocates for the First Nations Peoples argue that this will rectify the historical wrongdoings and return stolen land, but skeptics believe it is a ploy by the Techno-Feudal Globalists to seize control and reduce everyone to serfdom.
Opponents of the referendum argue that it will undermine Australian sovereignty and diminish the voices of Indigenous people. The proposed Voice will be a controlled entity, speaking on behalf of all Indigenous communities but ultimately serving the interests of the Corporatocracy. This hidden agenda aims to further the plundering pursuits and the ‘Great Reset’ vision of the ruling elite, with Indigenous peoples being used as pawns in their game of power and control.
The lack of representation in the Australian Federal Parliament is a significant concern for many. It is claimed that politicians are beholden to the interests of the Transnational Corporatocracy, acting solely in accordance with their business objectives. This raises doubts about the capacity of the parliament to facilitate the recognition of an autonomous Indigenous Voice that truly represents Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. The allocation of $235 million of taxpayer funds for the Voice Referendum is seen as a calculated business decision, ensuring the domination of corporate interests in the country.
Australia is described as a Corporatocracy, a nation owned and controlled by corporate entities. The merging of state and corporate power is reminiscent of fascism, as noted by Benito Mussolini. The ruling elite make decisions solely based on profit and expansion, seeking to protect their interests and maintain dominance. In this context, ordinary Australians are seen as mere commodities, exploited for the benefit of the corporate elite.
The Voice referendum has sparked a heated debate about the true intentions behind its implementation. Skeptics argue that it is a ploy by the Transnational Corporations to further their own agenda at the expense of Indigenous communities and the Australian population as a whole. The lack of true representation and the dominance of corporate interests raise legitimate concerns about the impact of the referendum on the country’s sovereignty and democracy. As the referendum process unfolds, it is crucial for Australians to critically analyze the true motives behind the Voice and its potential consequences for the nation.