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This is Jeremy Beck filling in for Mike Ryan on the Mike Ryan show. The Albanese government in Australia continues to steamroll ahead with its indigenous voice to parliament, but it is rightly coming up against some noteworthy opposition. Former Labor Party president Warren Mundine.
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Has discussed his opposition to the proposed indigenous voice and has made the point that indigenous people have had national voices since Whitlam.
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Such as ATSIC.
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But they've failed. So what is going on and why are we?
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Going through this all again.
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Josephine Cashman is a former Crown prosecutor, a lawyer and businesswoman with more than two decades of experience working towards economic progress for Aboriginal people. She was a member of Prime Minister Tony Abbott's Indigenous Advisory Council, welcome to TNT Radio Josephine.
00:01:00 Josephine Cashman
Oh, thank you for having me again.
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Hey, great to have you.
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On the show, so we've had.
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This constant propaganda in the mainstream media in Australia, pushing this indigenous voice as if it's going to help Aboriginal people but you and I know there is another side of the story which really gets mentioned.
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In the mainstream media, a little bit is coming out, perhaps on Sky News occasionally.
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Much else, but at the moment so there is an organisation which I thought it would be good to discuss today a little bit about Reconciliation Australia and their plans, they call them Action Plans. So if you can just cover some of the these Action Plans and what is Reconciliation Australia.
00:01:53 Josephine Cashman
Yeah, it's very good thing that you've raised this because a lot of Australians are not aware.
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Of the organisational infrastructure.
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Which not only is pushing for an Uluru Voice for an Aboriginal Voice to Parliament.
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Which elders has not been consulted with adequately about, and many of them don't agree with it, but it's also pushing things such as the acknowledgment and Welcome to Country and pushing the fraudulent claim that Aboriginal people are “First Nations”
00:02:33 Josephine Cashman
Now Reconciliation Australia was established by the Howard government in 2001 with Senator Patrick Dodson and Mark Leibler.1
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Who, despite having very little understanding of Aboriginal communities, seems to consistently be appointed on these Prime Ministers advisory councils. He has a lot of say and what they did is they developed these.
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For organisations and they're called Reconciliation Action Plans (RAP). Now we have 1000 / 1000 organisations. That is universities, that is government institutions.
00:03:25 Josephine Cashman
That is, corporations, corporate cartels particularly push them like Woolworths and Bunnings. And you know, you think that you have to think. Did they really care about Australians after the way they treated our dairy farmers?
00:03:42 Josephine Cashman
But no, they're pushing this Reconciliation Action Plan. Part of the Reconciliation Action Plan is that it is an, it's like a business plan that sets out over a number of years what an organisation will do to promote reconciliation. So that includes.
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Acknowledgements of country, celebrating Aboriginal days and you know, pushing for the Uluru Voice so.
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RAPs are really or Reconciliation Action Plans are really a mechanism to control organisational policy, to divide and control people.
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For their hidden agenda to take Australian private property rights.
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And to take our land.
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It's as soon as.
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Their agenda, and I've been looking at the Reconciliation Australia website
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Site and they claim that their Reconciliation Action Plans, quote, provide tangible and substantive benefits for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, increasing economic equity and supporting First Nations self-determination. Clearly, that's not true.
00:04:58 Josephine Cashman
Yeah. Well, it sounds nice, you know, and I thought, wow, that's a great thing originally. I'll admit to you because I thought anything that lifts Aboriginal people from the economic fringes to the mainstream is a good thing. And President Nixon set up.
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The Minority Diversity Supply Council, which is used instead of.
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Putting welfare into welfare communities, they actually have preferential contracting and.
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All sorts of other things.
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But this but when you have.
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People like Bruce Pascoe are claiming to be Aboriginal. Who the establishment, the government.
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And the corporate cartels support. It's very difficult to actually see how these things can help any Australians. I see this as what you call gradualism, George Orwell, all well coined, the term catastrophic.
00:05:57 Josephine Cashman
Gradualism for a reason. This is very much like this is very much like CCP Chinese Communist Party tactics which they use gradual techniques forcing people in their workplace to take a social position.
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You know, and they're using big international organisations and big business to undermine the Australian people so that all their staff are in a situation where they have to listen to their staff, and they really don't have a choice but to comply with whatever agenda is being pushed. This agenda isn't about.
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Aboriginal people, it is a front.
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A front and.
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It and it's interesting. Cause KPMG which is a partner.
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A WEF partner, World Economic Forum leader (WEF) partner. If you look at their RAP, you can Google it, KPMG, RAP and WEF. They use WEF metrics to measure their RAP.2
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And they talk about stakeholder. This is all about stakeholder capitalism, the World Economic Forum, and using Aboriginal people as a cover.
00:07:15 Josephine Cashman
They're not even using the people because they really don't have the support of any Aboriginal community, they're not consulting with them. They've got these hand selected.
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People who they use or who they sort of roll out all the time.
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So this is KPMG.
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The using the Reconciliation Action Plans, aligning those with World Economic Forum goals. It does not surprise me really because I I've taken a lot of interest in KPMG and the other big auditors, KPMG, was one of these big firms that were pushing the cash ban here in Australia.
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And well, so were the big banks and pretty much all the globalists because they don't want cash. They don't want people having their own freedom.
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They want total population control to know where we spend our money, what we spend it on, what location we're at. This is just full on population control, isn't it?
00:08:08 Josephine Cashman
It is and it's using a minority issues.
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So if it wasn't Aboriginal, it might be disability or the environment, and I think it's, I find this contemptuous, it’s absolutely contemptuous.
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And then my concern also is that then they're they preplan these sort of debates now a lot of people don't realise.
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But it was Andrew Forrest who's in business with.
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And this is right now with Bill Gates. He's got a partnership with Bill Gates for this for COVID, which is very alarming, developed the whole healthy welfare card (now called the Smart Card). Now, of course, nobody wants to see people getting bashed, especially not me.
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Because I don't spend the last 20 years of my adult life trying to solve these issues, but it's obvious that they've underfunded the police in Aboriginal communities since the 1970s.
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There's so much evidence about this, and myself have witnessed this, including being on the Prime Minister's Advisory Council when a former chief, rather, a police commissioner told me that the Commonwealth was holding 5% of their budget.
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But they've also used this stuff, they use it in tandem with bad social policy.
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So they're pushing this healthy welfare card, now in a temporary sense, it's great. But long term, when they just crash our economy.
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Which I hope they don't. What they're planning to do. You bet your bottom dollar everybody's gonna be on a healthy welfare card. This is another example. Everything malign in Australia at the moment, is coming through Aboriginal affairs.
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This is Jeremy Beck filling in for Mike Ryan on the Mike Ryan show and my guest is Josephine Cashman.
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So Josephine before the break, we were talking about how this world is really becoming into like a brave new world. There's scary stuff and KPMG, which is one of these organisations promoting supposedly.
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Some kind of a, a charity or something like that. That's going to help Aboriginal people or some action plan or whatever it might be.
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And at the same time they, they're also part of this agenda of a cashless society. It.
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Doesn't all add up, does it?
00:10:45 Josephine Cashman
Well, it does, but it's very it's, it's calculated and manipulative tactics and this whole idea of the it's, we're being attacked on a number of fronts. So they can't say to the Australian people.
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We wanna do this. We want a cashless society. So they push these things through.
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Signing up to international treaties with the UN and through the organisations, it's the same with.
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ESG's (Environmental, Social, and Governance)4 now interesting when you talk about Reconciliation Action Plans or RAPs, the same technique was used before the George Floyd BLM (Black Lives Matter) incident.
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All these corporations in America did whiteness training. Now these people do not care.
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One iota about Aboriginal people. In fact, the BLM movement in America.
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Attack more black businesses than anything else. This is about using the most vulnerable. Who in America they've done the same thing that they're calling to defund the police in these poor Democrat areas. The police had already been defunded.
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Police had already been defunded. These people claim everybody else is racist, where nothing could be further from the truth. They're the racists.
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They're the racists and you know, it's very troubling that we have not only this international organisation for UN and the WEF we've got.
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Global cartels attacking our farmers, attacking our way of life, changing our flag.
00:12:46 Josephine Cashman
That's, I mean, no wonder. And then what they want to have happen, as a result of all this of this attack, is for Australians to fight each other so they can use that as a deflection.
00:13:00 Josephine Cashman
That's why they're using all this, you know? Welcome to country. This isn't about Aboriginal people. This is about.
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Triggering people and you know, just and dividing our country.
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I hear you loud and clear and I think that word trigger is very important because the people behind this agenda, I'm sure that they understand human psychology very, very well and they want to trigger people, they want that rage reaction because that rage reaction will end up in violence.
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And then they'll say, oh, well, we need the government to save you and we're going to put in tighter controls and we're going to do this and that.
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And at the end.
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Of the day, it's exactly what they wanted in the 1st place, more control and they do want to trigger people.
Globalist Mouthpiece Mark Leibler, Leading The Voice
Bill Gates is working towards a cashless society with Andrew Forrest using aboriginal people as a cover for it:
ESG Ideological Score - Replacing The Bottom Line