• Greens ignore Indigenous despair

    Atrocities in remote Aboriginal communities aren’t the dark past of history. It’s here and now and a national shame. Politicians should stop making excuses and take action.

    Greens ignore Indigenous despair
  • We don’t need Constitutional recognition

    Treaties are a grassroots proposal and can be implemented without a referendum. I’m calling time on 10 years of discussion on Constitutional recognition. We don’t need it.

    We don’t need Constitutional recognition
  • Labor letting its Indigenous legacy die

    Labor’s greatest ever achievement for Aboriginal people was passing the Native Title Act in 1993. Not passing these amendments means it may as well not have bothered. Labor is allowing its own legacy to curl up and die.

    Labor letting its Indigenous legacy die
  • Activists are the new colonial oppressors

    The real colonial ­oppressors are the activists, supported by European & American funders, who have all the privileges of the modern world but would deny Indigenous people using their land as an economic asset.

    Activists are the new colonial oppressors

Indigenous prosperity through commerce and private enterprise