While today represents the last day tourists can climb Uluru, the size of the line is indicative of minds not changing, and our words ignored.
Yesterday, Ken Wyatt discussed his plan for constitutional recognition. Today, Uluru is packed with people climbing the rock before the ban. The debate about including us is set to exclude us, and be typically ugly.
The same people who defended Israel Folau’s freedom of speech are criticising Cody Walker’s decision to not sing the national anthem. The hypocrisy highlights an obvious point.
After a week where many have called for greater diversity in our media, Channel 7 has wheeled out their coverage team for the upcoming state election. Clearly, they’re not listening.
This morning, the internet outed Liam Neeson as a racist. However, I don’t blame him, I blame the environment he was raised in, and the culture today that doesn’t see the difference between innocence and guilt.