Commentary on Political Economy

Friday 11 February 2022

Only nation-states can protect citizens. Only the cohesion of citizens can defend nation-states. Nations can protect minorities, but not do so at the expense of social cohesion where this imperils the nation. If I claim to be black when in fact I am white, protecting my “human right” to call myself black cannot extend to the imposition on the majority to call me something i evidently am not - black! Minorities may be protected against majorities so long as they do not endanger social cohesion and therefore the nation. Australia must impose the will of the majority and only protect minorities where their rights do not undermine cohesion and the nation. It is the absence of this consensus, or the current undermining of it by many partisan minorities that is systematically tearing Australian society and the nation apart!

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