Marcia Langton, the prominent ‘Yes’ campaigner, and key Voice architect accused ‘No’ voters of being either racists or plain stupid while speaking to a forum in Bunbury, Western Australia. And it was said with pure hatred on her face and in her voice.

She later claimed that she wasn’t referring to ‘No’ voters but only those promoting the ‘No’ case – presumably people like Senator Jacinta Nampijinpa Price and Nyunggai Warren Mundine. I don’t think either of them are racist or stupid – do you?

Her outrageous comments were then deleted from social media platforms just minutes after they were reported on Sharri Markson’s Sky News program.

This reversal of earlier comments made by ‘Yes’ advocates seems to be endemic within the ‘Yes’ camp. Just recently, Professor Megan Davis also completely reversed her earlier claim that the Uluru Statement was “more than one page,” stating that it was in fact only one page.

This was obviously done to help the Prime Minister not to look entirely foolish by not knowing that it actually comprises 26 pages and then stating that he had only read the one-page poster.

Of course, he then made himself look even more foolish by stating, “Why would I?” in answer to a question as to whether he had read the whole “in full” document.

We shouldn’t really be surprised about Langton’s attitude given her background. According to the World Socialist website she “……began her political life in the 1970s as a leader of the Communist League, purporting to fight for the overthrow of capitalism.”

It goes on to say that she later joined the Socialist Workers Party, into which the Communist League merged in 1977.

It also claims that Langton was party to, “A deliberate cultivation of a privileged strata of indigenous academics, politicians, lawyers and business operators. This small percentage, which includes Langton, has certainly ‘closed the gap’ with their non-indigenous counterparts. Yet the conditions for the vast majority of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have gone backward.”

The World Socialist website then further states that, “Today, indigenous leaders such as Langton speak on behalf of a very well-off and aspiring layer.”

Further commentary on that website goes on to claim, “Stripped of its rhetoric, the economic independence program championed by Langton and her co-thinkers consists of creating a layer of ‘black capitalists’ at the expense of Aboriginal workers and the working class as a whole.”

When you hear that type of accusation from die-hard Marxists and tie it in with the Uluru Statement of the Heart’s referral to treaty and Voice activists’ demands for financial reparations – including a share of Australia’s GDP – it certainly makes you wonder into whose pockets will the proposed billions of dollars in reparations be going?

Anyway, there we have it, genuine ‘truth-telling’ – straight from the World Socialist organisation’s own website.

Nyunggai Warren Mundine and Senator Jacinta Nampijinpa Price

I don’t know about you, but I’d rather support indigenous people like Jacinta Nampijinpa Price and Nyunggai Warren Mundine rather than Langton and her comrades including hate-filled racist Senator Lidia Thorpe, communist Thomas Mayo and Noel Pearson who recently viciously attacked Jacinta calling her a “tragic redneck celebrity vortex.”

Mind you, I think in Pearson’s case, his annoyance was the result of a part-aboriginal woman actually standing up to him. That doesn’t go down well with men like him.

If you agree that these left-wing activists need to be stopped, then vote ‘No’ on Saturday 14 October and encourage others to do the same.

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