March 22, 2018
Nyunggai Warren Mundine
Recently I wrote an article for the Australian Financial Review on how Green activists are fighting against Indigenous Australia’s transformation out of poverty.
Obviously it touched a very big nerve. Bob Brown is the founder and former leader of the Australian Greens resigning in 2012.
Within 12 hours of my article he penned a letter to the AFR in response:
Unlike Bob Brown I’ve never claimed to speak for Indigenous people. But I do take notice when a group of people vote. Here’s the tally so far:
A majority of Indigenous native title holders approved agreements with Woodside and Adani for projects on their country, some with Yes support of more than 90%.
No Bob Brown you clearly don’t speak for most Australians. But native title holders should be entitled to speak for themselves.
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