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Re: Non-Aryan tribalism
« Reply #75 on: July 27, 2022, 04:02:42 pm »
Pauline Hanson, of course:

President Sue Lines acknowledged the Ngunnawal and Ngambri people as traditional custodians of the Canberra area and paid respect to elders past and present at the opening of Wednesday's sitting.

Senator Hanson interjected, yelling "No, I won't and never will", before exiting the chamber.
She said if anyone needed acknowledgement it was "our people that have fought for this country. People who have sacrificed their lives".

Senator Hanson added the Indigenous flag had "never been voted on"

Tribalist thinking: those (from one's ingroup) who died stealing land are the ones who should be acknowledged, instead of the victims (in the outgroup) whom they stole from.


More about Hanson:

In her maiden speech, Hanson proposed a drastic reduction in immigration with particular reference to immigrants from Asia. Hanson criticised the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission (ATSIC).[113]
In 2006, Hanson stated that African immigrants were bringing diseases into Australia and were of "no benefit to this country whatsoever". She also stated her opposition to Muslim immigration.[116]
In 2007, Hanson publicly backed Kevin Andrews, then Minister for Immigration under John Howard, in his views about African migrants and crime.[119]
Hanson called for a ban on Muslim immigration to Australia.[121][122]