This “stupidity” was reported here the other day but this is a video of the Western Australian Premier and the Aboriginal translator at work. Unbelievable!
Believe it or not ‘Australians were treated to a new level of dystopian absurdity this morning when Western Australian Premier Mark McGowan released an ad campaign for Covid vaccination.
In it, McGowan has his Covid vaccination message translated from English into … English by the Aboriginal woman beside him.
This is the most racist government initiative I’ve ever seen.@MarkMcGowanMP had an indigenous elder translate his message from English to “Aboriginal-English.”
The bloke is sick. pic.twitter.com/VuP7cwPlPe— Avi Yemini (@OzraeliAvi) January 11, 2022
Whether intentional or careless, the Western Australian government’s footage suggests that Aboriginal people can only understand English if it’s broken up and repeated via an Aboriginal person, thus infantilising an entire community.
Social media has received the patronising campaign with a mixture of shock, awe (from the horror), and bemusement that public money could be misused in a blatantly racist and insulting manner.
“This is an important message to keep Aboriginal safe,” says McGowan.
“This is a message, a proper important one, to keep everybody safe one,” mimics the woman beside him.
“You can die from the Corona, or get really sick,” adds McGowan, coming across like a commercial from an episode of Black Mirror.
“You’re gonna get it. Pass away from this Corona. Or you’re gonna get really sick one.”
“It’s time to get the Corona needle to keep people and country strong.”
The video goes on like this for some time.
It comes as Western Australia launches its ServiceWA app for citizens to verify their Covid vaccination status before checking into retail, hospitality, and entertainment venues.
“It allows West Australians to show proof of vaccination, check-in with SafeWA at businesses and venues and access their G2G passes for interstate travel, all in one convenient place,” said Health Minister Amber-Jade Sanderson.
“[With] the ServiceWA app, you won’t need to show identification with your Covid-19 digital certificate to enter businesses and venues like you would with a certificate stored in your digital wallet or hard copy. This is because you use a digital identity to set up the ServiceWA app. Your digital identity helps you prove who you are online, meaning the app is safe, secure and not accessible by anyone else.”
Such comments will not do anything for the growing concern about the federal government’s Trusted Digital Identity legislation that is due for consideration early this year, with many observers worried it will formalise the establishment of digital medical verification in the commercial world.’https://www.rebelnews.com/wa_premier_deploys_indigenous_aide_to_translate_english_into_english?utm_campaign=rb_01_12_2022&utm_medium=email&utm_source=therebel
Local councils in New South Wales, Australia recently held their local elections. One would not think there would be anything devilish in that? Well, there is and I have highlighted what I believe is devilish in red below.
‘With counting underway following the NSW Local Government Elections, …is making preparations for the first meeting of the new council.
Once results have been finalised by the NSW Electoral Commission, successful candidates will be notified to take an oath or affirmation ahead of an Extraordinary Meeting to conduct a Mayoral Election.
The oath / affirmation is a requirement of every councillor before the first meeting of a newly elected council, and must occur before a Mayoral Election can take place, along with other legislated requirements.”
“The results must first be declared by the NSW Electoral Commission,” said Mr Wood. “The Governance team is planning for two scenarios in regard to holding the first council meeting, which will be to elect a Mayor and to consider creating the Deputy Mayor role and subsequent vote.
“According to the Local Government Act, this needs to be done within three weeks of the election result being declared.”
The two scenarios are:
- If successful candidates are declared on or before 22 December 2021, the first council meeting will be held at 3pm on 23 December 2021, subject to the new councillor’s availability.
- If successful candidates are declared from the 23rd to 24th December 2021, the first meeting of council will take place on 11 January 2022.
A Smoking Ceremony and Welcome to Country followed with a morning tea to welcome family and friends will also take place on January 11.
A robust and comprehensive On Boarding and Induction program has been planned for the new councillors, involving in-house and externally facilitated sessions to be held throughout January and February.
“The plans we are working towards for the first meeting of council will assist with a seamless transition into public office for the newly elected body, and we look forward to continuing to serve the community going into this next term of council,” said Mr ….”
So, what is a “smoking ceremony” and “Welcome to Country”? These two ceremonies are tied to what is known as “The Dreaming”. Only a blind Freddy wouldn’t realize we are living in a post Christian world in that the gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ was once preached to people as the ONLY way to get to Heaven. However, that’s not the way it is now in the post Christian era. Now, those in authority want the old religions of the supposed indigenous peoples to be revived and honored. For example, in the Australian aboriginal ‘The Dreaming tells of the journey and the actions of Ancestral Beings who created the natural world. Ancestral Beings are supernatural and creator beings who travelled across the unshaped world in both human and non-human form, shaping the landscape, creating people and laying down laws of social and religious behaviour. The Dreaming is infinite and links the past to the present and determines the future. If life on earth is to continue, these rules, almost lost to the world, need to be followed. Dreaming is an English word commonly used by Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people alike to describe Aboriginal cosmology and the genesis of the world. The Dreaming encompasses the ancestral narratives about the supernatural and ancestral beings, and their epic deeds of creation. Each narrative is known as a ‘Dreaming’. The entire Australian continent is covered in an intricate web of Dreamings or ancestral tracks.
Ceremonies provide a link between the people and The Dreaming and ensure that vital components of this law and The Dreaming stay intact. They provide a time where all people in a language group work together for the survival of The Dreaming.
When discussing specific ceremonies to be performed in the modern era it is important to have a local Aboriginal person present due to the sensitive and sacred nature of some ceremony. There reasons for ceremonies in Aboriginal society, all hold a strong ties with The Dreaming.’https://aboriginalincursions.com.au/special-aboriginal-ceremonial-events/smoking-ceremony
The Creation account according to the Bible is thrown out to make room for the pseudo “science of evolution” and yet this aboriginal DREAMING is also taught in Australian schools. Yes, anything but the Bible!
So, what about the “smoking ceremony”?
From the same web page we read that ‘A smoking ceremony is an ancient aboriginal custom in Australia that involves burning various native plants to produce smoke, which has cleansing properties and the ability to ward off bad spirits from the people and the land and make pathway for a brighter future.
Certain traditional smoking ceremonies are also believed to be used for positive therapeutic outcomes dependant on what plants are available from region to region.
When you see a smoking ceremony happening, it is a gift from the aboriginal people to all people in Australia so make sure you go to the smoke and wave it over you and cleanse the past for a better future.’ Yep, that’s exactly what a professing Christian would want to be involved in! This is Devil worship just as those forbidden in the Scriptures. However, our elected officials have made Devil worship a part of our culture.
The welcome to country is ‘…a speech delivered by an aboriginal elder of the land and is a sign of respect to acknowledge the traditional owners of the land past. present and future.’ That in itself seems innocent but think about what it is really saying. In the future will there be an aboriginal land tax levied on non-aboriginal land holders in the future?
Let it be known that these two ceremonies are wrong for any government to promote! Personally, I avoid being at any of these ceremonies. Why? They are anti-God, anti-Bible and Devilish. They will only lead the worshipper to Hell.
Let it be known that no one can be forced to truly believe anything they do not wish to believe but the truth of John 14:6 is still very relevant to each person’s final destination after death. The Lord Jesus said ‘I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me‘ and the truth of that will be known immediately after one dies.
What is interesting in the following is that six days after receiving the second Pfizer jab this aboriginal man died. However, he wasn’t said to have died of covid or the jabs but of a heart attack! Are they telling a porkie? ‘CHERBOURG, QUEENSLAND — A 65-year-old Wakka Wakka tribal elder is dead after believing he was doing the right thing for his community.
Mr. Bevan Costello, known as Uncle Bevan Costello in his community, received his second Pfizer mRNA injection on or around September 9 at a local pop-up event, according to the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC). He told ABC that many of his fellow Wakka Wakka tribe members were hesitant to receive the injections due to “misunderstanding of the information, mostly on social media.”
ABC reported that Cherbourg, an aboriginal settlement with about 1,200 residents, was only 4.6% fully-vaccinated as of September 9. Uncle Bevan said in the televised interview below that he’s more confident now that he’s fully vaccinated. He also said he was diabetic and that the vaccine should protect him if he gets COVID-19.
Details about Uncle Bevan’s death are scant. But the Cherbourg Aboriginal Shire Council Facebook page made two announcements six hours apart about his death on September 14 and 15 Queensland time. The first says it was a “sudden passing.” The second describes it as a “sudden death.” The two posts garnered a total of 339 comments and over 1,500 engagements as of writing, by far the two most popular most on the channel since at least June.
The Council also re-posted several photos and updates from the Darling Downs Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Facebook page. The photos show individuals receiving injections at the three-day event that Uncle Bevan received his injection.
None of the posts mention that Uncle Bevan received the Pfizer shots. ABC reported that he died of a heart attack.
Mr. Bevan Costello was a pillar of his community. He represented the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders on the Queensland Sentencing Advisory Council. Uncle Bevan assisted magistrates at the Murri Court to help them understand aboriginal people and culture. He was also a founding member of the Ration Shed Museum, which tells the history of Cherbourg.’https://thecovidblog.com/2021/09/29/bevan-costello-65-year-old-australian-indigenous-elder-pfizer-dead-six-days-later/
‘INDIGENOUS REALITIES: From cries and placards of ‘Always was – Always will be aboriginal land,’ through musical strains of ‘I am, you are, we are Australian’ to ‘Barbies on the Beach’ – few people who celebrated Australia Day Downunder realised no-one was “Australian”, until January 26, 1949, when ‘Aussies’ could first travel with authorised Australian passports, and not British ones! When this Editor grew up, the debate topic at schools was ‘Am I still British?’ I for one rejoice in the fact that I have both a British and an Australian passport. But when I grew up the famous Jenolan caves were regarded as four thousand years old, not millions of years. It was without doubt a Biblically based society. Even though I didn’t come from a church family, nobody believed the Australian Aborigines had been here 60 to 70,000 years, the now popular basis for their claim to have always owned Australia, and to be Indigenous.
So, let’s throw a serious question out there – how long do you have to be in a country to be ‘indigenous’? It is easy to prove aborigines have not always been here, and they did come from India*, so they did not start as indigenous by any current definition. So how long were they here before they became indigenous? A decade, a century, a millennium? Perhaps it is time to consider anybody who is born in a country and grows up there as “indigenous”. Anybody who has worked with aborigines knows full well their culture has no concept of 6,000 or 60,000 years. These are ‘white fella’ European evolutionist lies about the evolution of aborigines, which political activists among the aborigines are now using at one end to ‘take back their land’, or at the furthest extreme ‘get rid of Australia’, and in doing so may bring chaos and even war to one of the most peaceful nations on earth – the land Downunder.
Perhaps you should be like us at Creation Research who really do acknowledge the traditional owners of the land – Father, Son and Holy Spirit, Who alone can grant peace and harmony, first to the individual, then to community and nation.
Welcome to our first email for 2021 where you will find that whether we discuss the abjectly pagan aboriginal smoking ceremony, or the anti-Christ Gay and Trans politics of President Joe, our commitment is still to the Truth of Christ as Creator and Saviour alone, as we send a big thankyou to all who have supported us through the ongoing Covid-19 chaos, from John Mackay, Diane Eager, Joe Hubbard, Craig Hawkins and the global team. Please keep it up.
*See our reports: Australian Aborigines Came from India, Indian Aboriginal Gene Mix.’ An email from https://creationresearch.net/
‘Australia’s new year launched with the news of an updated national anthem.
Prime Minister Scott Morison said he changed the word ‘young’ for ‘one’ in the interest of “unity” with first-nation people.
But is that really what Aborigines care about?
While I was in outback NSW a few weeks ago, I asked the local indigenous people what issues matter to them most.
Australia Day, the flag or the anthem didn’t make their list. Black deaths in custody didn’t even get a mention.
The top three concerns were:
Aboriginal mother, Jacintha McAvoy Geia, says:
“white paid activists at these rallies don’t walk in our shoes, they don’t know what it’s like to grow up in our communities and the constant battle with our own mob”.
Governments across the country have cancelled Australia Day celebrations in fear of COVID-19. However, protests are still planned for the 26th of January.’https://www.rebelnews.com/aboriginal_issues?utm_campaign=rb_1_5_20&utm_medium=email&utm_source=therebel
The United Nations is an Islamic/Communist institution and as such is a DIVIDER of Nations rather than UNITER! In 2007 the United Nations adopted the ‘Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP)‘. What does the Declaration emphasize? ‘The document emphasizes the rights of indigenous peoples to live in dignity, to maintain and strengthen their own institutions, cultures and traditions and to pursue their self-determined development, in keeping with their own needs and aspirations.’https://www.un.org/esa/socdev/unpfii/documents/faq_drips_en.pdf
Here in Australia Islam has sought to make itself look like a friend of indigenous people even having on one Muslim web site the following logo of the Islamic Crescent and an Aboriginal boomerang.
A quick study of Islam will show that other cultures are always subordinate to Islam.
Now, staying with Australia and the UN’s promotion of Indigenous Peoples there is each year here in Australia what is called NAIDOC week. ‘NAIDOC stands for ‘National Aborigines and Islanders Day Observance Committee’ and this year’s theme is: “Always Was, Always Will Be”. This statement recognises that First Nations people have occupied and cared for this continent for over 65,000 years and were the first explorers, navigators, engineers, farmers, botanists, scientists, diplomats, astronomers and artists.
NAIDOC has grown from one day to a full week of celebrations (from the 8-15 of November) and is not just for our Indigenous communities but a celebration for all Australians.
This year’s theme celebrates Indigenous tradition and spiritual connection to the land whilst facing catastrophic droughts and rising sea levels by the enduring threat of climate change, demonstrating that knowledge of Country, is more important than ever before.’https://www.amust.com.au/2020/11/always-was-always-will-be-2020-naidoc-week-celebrations/
Note the highlighted eight words above. The first is 65,00 years. That is an evolutionary thesis but not a factual known number. That number of 65,000 is based on assumption and guess work! The second two words are Indigenous tradition. Traditions are good depending on the tradition but does one really believe most indigenous people wish to go back to how they once lived!?
The third is spiritual connection. Now, that is a drawback to paganism and animism. This is clearly not good in that the Creator Himself said I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me. It is brutal to tell a people anything else. Thirdly note the ever present promotion of climate change. These six words are used to promote a bias against Europeans, the Christian faith and true science.
The United Nations’ UNDRIP is de-visive, deceiving, destructive and devilish.
The Leftist Green Marxist harp on about closing the gap between the aboriginal population and the non-aboriginal but do they really mean it?
‘The original Australians have plenty of challenges, but right now it’s the human hating, anti-progress Greens that present their greatest threat.
The success of Australia’s mining, oil and gas industries is synonymous with the success of many remote, rural and, often predominantly Aboriginal, communities. In terms of employment growth amongst indigenous communities over the last 20 years, the mining industry wins hands down.
Miners and drillers have thrown millions at the education and training of Aboriginal workers right across the Country; most major miners have a deliberate policy of encouraging and, ultimately employing, Aboriginal workers.
Western Australia’s iron mines and oil and gas industries have benefited from having newly skilled and enthusiastic locals join them. The same is true in Queensland’s coal mines and gas fields, as well.
But, the turnaround in opportunities and employment for Aboriginal Australians comes despite the dogged efforts of green-voting, inner-city elites to kill off Australia’s resources sector – coal, oil and gas, in particular.
Which brings us to the Top End.
Australia’s Northern Territory has the highest proportion of Aboriginals in its population, with many of its remote communities decrepit and dysfunctional. Which means that the prospect of an onshore gas exploration and exploitation boom in the Beetaloo Basin 600km south of Darwin offers hope for a great number of people who reside at the margins of Australian society.
However, Australia’s Greens and their propaganda wing, GetUp! couldn’t care less about the prospect of meaningful employment and the chance for Aboriginal people to drag their communities out of abject poverty. No, instead, these characters would deny and deprive Aboriginal Australians of any chance of improving their lot. Wicked doesn’t cover it.’https://stopthesethings.com/2020/11/01/greens-anti-mining-stance-depriving-australian-aboriginals-of-real-jobs-opportunities-for-progress/
Is it possible for a nation or a state within a nation to have a two tired justice system and do true justice? That is, one law for those of one ethnic group and another system for the rest of society! Well, as I said yesterday, the Australian Northern territory is seeking to do just that. Here is a video from Sky News Australia informing us about such a move.
The Lord Jesus before He ascended into heaven told His followers ‘…ye shall be witnesses unto me both in Jerusalem, and in all Judaea, and in Samaria, and unto the uttermost part of the earth. 9 And when he had spoken these things, while they beheld, he was taken up; and a cloud received him out of their sight‘ Acts 1: 8,9.
John the apostle quoted the Lord saying ‘I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me‘ John 14:6. According to this verse there is no One else through Whom a person may get to Heaven! He, Jesus, is the Way, He is the Truth, and He is the Life! No one will be in Heaven except through Him!
In 2Corinthians 4: 4 it said that Satan as the ‘…god of this world hath blinded the minds of them which believe not, lest the light of the glorious gospel of Christ, who is the image of God, should shine unto them.’
The urgency of preaching the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ is as necessary today as it ever has been. With the UN promoting indigenous religions there is an increase in these religions being practised among the indigenous and non-indigenous people around the world.
The Australian Aboriginal’s Dreamtime is an example. ‘So the sad thing about it all was the missionaries didn’t realise that we already had something that tied in with what they’d brought to us. They saw different as inferior, and they didn’t ask us what it was that we had. And it’s very sad because if they had asked… things may have been different today.
Our people, before the white man came were very spiritual people. They were connected to land and creation through the great spirit, there was a good great and a great evil spirit… And Satan was the great evil one. So there wasn’t much difference in what the missionaries brought and what we already had… .’ http://dreamtime.net.au/indigenous/spirituality/
Mixing another religion with Biblical Christianity will not work. As the apostle Peter said in Acts 4:10 Be it known unto you all, and to all the people of Israel, that by the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth, whom ye crucified, whom God raised from the dead, even by him doth this man stand here before you whole. 12 Neither is there salvation in any other: for there is none other name under heaven given among men, whereby we must be saved.
It may seem like the nice, friendly, congenial thing to do by mixing and putting another faith on par with Jesus Christ but this is only a ploy of the Devil himself. This seeking to please others will send them to hell because the reality is Acts 4:12 Neither is there salvation in any other: for there is none other name under heaven given among men, whereby we must be saved.
The way to Hell is broad but the way to Heaven and eternal life is narrow. For as we are told in Romans 10:9-13 That if thou shalt confess with thy mouth the Lord Jesus, and shalt believe in thine heart that God hath raised him from the dead, thou shalt be saved. 10 For with the heart man believeth unto righteousness; and with the mouth confession is made unto salvation. 11 For the scripture saith, Whosoever believeth on him shall not be ashamed. 12 For there is no difference between the Jew and the Greek: for the same Lord over all is rich unto all that call upon him. 13 For whosoever shall call upon the name of the Lord shall be saved. THIS INCLUDES THE INDIGENOUS PEOPLES OF THE WORLD for ‘The Lord is not slack concerning his promise, as some men count slackness; but is longsuffering to us-ward, not willing that any should perish, but that all should come to repentance’ 2Peter 3:9.
May, we who know Christ as our personal Saviour not ‘…glory, save in the cross of our Lord Jesus Christ, by whom the world is crucified unto me, and I unto the world.