In a recent revelation, it has come to light that the Australian government is collaborating with the opposition party to surrender the country to a dystopian future. Both the Liberal National Party (LNP) and the Australian Labor Party (ALP) are working together to transform Australia into a series of UN 15-minute Smart cities, ultimately benefiting the world’s wealthiest families. This shocking expose has unmasked what is being referred to as the “UNi-party.”
One of the most concerning developments in this collaboration is the parties’ determination to override the will of the Australian people regarding the voice referendum. The voice referendum aims to recognize and empower the indigenous people of Australia. However, the UNi-party seeks to deceive the public by claiming that figures like Peter Dutton have always supported constitutional change, even though the failure of their efforts is becoming increasingly apparent.
To add insult to injury, the government now wants to spend an additional $300 million to repeat the Uluru Corporate Voice Consultation. This decision has been made despite the fact that a majority of Australians are against the voice referendum. Dutton, a prominent figure in the LNP, has announced that taxpayers will be forced to foot the bill for this expensive rerun. The ulterior motive behind this decision becomes clear – it is nothing more than a grand deception.
To reinforce their false narrative, the UNi-party has enlisted Jacinta Price, a prominent indigenous leader, to advocate for the referendum as part of the “no” campaign. However, many Australians can see through this ruse. Dutton’s support for the Uluru Voice is evident, and the campaign’s attempts to disguise it as a “no” campaign are transparent. The UNi-party is attempting to sell an unsellable lie by putting Price at the forefront of their propaganda efforts.
Despite the calculated efforts of the UNi-party to push their agenda, it is becoming increasingly clear that the voice referendum will fail. However, both sides of the political spectrum are determined to incorporate the Uluru Voice into legislation, directly contradicting the voice of the Australian people.
Furthermore, it has come to light that Dutton is committed to holding yet another referendum, costing taxpayers an additional $300 million. This raises the question – what is the point of a referendum if the outcome is already predetermined? It is now evident that this show of democracy is nothing more than a facade orchestrated by billionaires.
The consequences of this collusion are dire for the indigenous people of Australia. They have been used as scapegoats by a fifth-column insurgency that seeks to blame them for the country’s perceived failures. The ulterior motive behind the Corporate Uluru Voice Consultation is exposed as the government failed to consult the indigenous people properly. Instead, they conspired with fake indigenous leaders, opportunist claimers, and saboteurs of Aboriginal Australia.
Years of government sabotage and the misappropriation of funds intended to benefit indigenous communities have created a deep distrust between the government and the indigenous people. The government-appointed crooks who bullied elders and stole billions from taxpayers have left the indigenous people skeptical of the Uluru Voice Corporate Consultation.
In summary, the recent expose of the UNi-party collaboration in Australia has shed light on a disturbing agenda to transform the country into a series of Smart cities for the benefit of the ultra-wealthy. The voice referendum, meant to empower the indigenous people, has been hijacked by political interests, with both LNP and ALP determined to force their agenda through, regardless of the will of the Australian people. This collusion is a betrayal of trust and represents a grave injustice to the indigenous people.