Commonwealth was, still is, protecting its abusive claim it is …

Comment on Before and after that famous handful of sand by Paul Parker.

Commonwealth was, still is, protecting its abusive claim it is lawful to divide and qualify Australians’ rights and responsibilities using racial identification as their measure.
Since arrival of Captain Philip, from management to self governing, then throughout independence under the Australian Constitution, clear intent has been that ALL Australians to be equal in their rights and responsibilities regardless of racial identification.
Yet the Commonwealth qualified, still qualifies, worthiness of Australians using racial measures.
The Commonwealth claimed pre 1967 it lacked constitutional authority, yet still qualified rights and responsibilities of Australians, and NT residents, using racial identification as their measure, with most abused their label “Aborigine”.
Terms “Aborigine” and “Indigenous” remain racist terms.
Terms are used by racists and governments, to confuse, deny, delay, distract and to divert people, particularly those simple or ignorant, away from learning, then exercising and protecting their otherwise held rights as Australians.
The Commonwealth qualifies rights and responsibilities of Australians using racial tags … likely soon to seek an endorsement for its racism.

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