The Australian people have reason to celebrate as the results of the Voice Referendum are in. The collective efforts of Australians from all walks of life have culminated in a resounding NO to racial divisions and a rejection of the United Nations’ infringement on Australia’s Constitution and erosion of freedoms, economy, and rights.
The referendum results by state are as follows:
– New South Wales (NSW): Yes – 40.48%, No – 59.52%
– Victoria (VIC): Yes – 45.03%, No – 54.97%
– Queensland (QLD): Yes – 31.24%, No – 68.76%
– South Australia (SA): Yes – 35.50%, No – 64.50%
– Western Australia (WA): Yes – 36.46%, No – 63.54%
– Tasmania (TAS): Yes – 40.49%, No – 59.51%
– Northern Territory (NT): Yes – 39.39%, No – 60.61%
– Australian Capital Territory (ACT): Yes – 60.78%, No – 39.22%
– National: Yes – 39.46%, No – 60.54%
The victory in this battle should be celebrated, but there is no room for complacency, as the war is far from over. As Edmund Burke once said, “All it takes for evil to prosper is that good men do nothing.” Tonight, we have demonstrated what can be achieved when good people take action. Australians should be proud, but the fight for our country’s future must continue unabated.
We cannot afford to be ignorant of what is happening in our nation. We must be aware of the UN’s control and their desire for more. The big corporations, pharmaceutical companies, and wealthy elites do not want us to know their games. We, the many, must understand that by taking action like those who fought against the referendum, we can defeat them at their own game.
The Big Banks, Big Pharma, Big Corporates, and the UN may have wanted this referendum, but the Australian people saw through their greed, power-grabbing, racism, and divisive agenda. We have shown that we will not accept such actions any longer.
However, the battle is not yet won. The WHO now aims to take control of our health laws, giving themselves the power to call and manage global pandemics. We have signed up for this, but it is essential to undo it. Perhaps we should demand referendums whenever our politicians sign agreements under the external affairs power of our Constitution. The fight against the WHO is crucial, and we cannot afford to stop now.
We cannot rely on our politicians for leadership; they have let us down time and time again. We must take the lead and hold them accountable. Our collective actions on Saturday demonstrated that when we come together, we can challenge the establishment and stand up for our nation’s interests.
Today, we have broken free from the jail of conformity, as conformity is the jailer of freedom and the enemy of growth, as JFK once said. We are on the path to regaining our freedom and building a thriving economy. Australians should stand tall, and we must continue to stand united. There is still work to be done, but with our collective efforts, we can shape the future of our nation.