Australia Day is being Cancelled by Stealth.

Every passing year brings with it a familiar chorus of voices clamouring for the cancellation of Australia Day, creating a cacophony of dissent that echoes through the public discourse. The fervour behind these calls seems to emanate from a desire to reshape the national narrative, with critics often pointing fingers at the elites within the Labor party and public service as the instigators of this movement.

In the aftermath of the failure to establish a designated Indigenous Voice, it appears that a new strategy has emerged—one that seeks to subtly erode the significance of Australia Day. This covert approach involves a gradual dismantling of the foundations of national pride and identity, with Anthony Albanese emerging as a central figure in this shift.

Albanese’s actions have been pivotal in undermining the sanctity of Australia Day. By lifting protections that mandated ceremonies on the historic date of 26 January, he has opened the door for a more flexible interpretation of the national celebration. A particularly unprecedented move is the allowance for public servants in Canberra to independently choose their public holiday—a departure from Australia’s historical traditions.

The influence of Albanese extends beyond national borders, as evidenced by his appointment of Stephen Smith as the High Commissioner to the UK. The cancellation of the Embassy’s annual Australia Day Events under the pretext of “cultural sensitivities” adds another layer to the subtle assault on the national day.

In the wake of these developments, local councils, emboldened by Albanese’s perceived acquiescence, are taking increasingly audacious steps. Australia Day ceremonies are being cancelled, and there are reports of attempts to replace the national flag, an emblem deeply intertwined with the country’s identity and history.

This trajectory of eroding national symbols and traditions is concerning, and it is a call to action for those who hold a deep affection for their country. The rallying cry is clear: proud Australians who cherish their nation, its special day, and the symbolic importance of the flag must stand up and be counted. Otherwise, the encroachment on cherished traditions may continue unabated, leading to a fundamental reshaping of the cultural fabric of Australia.

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  • Clive Bond January 8, 2024   Reply →

    This, with climate change is the road to socialism . They want us to forget the Anglo culture, the world’s most successful and go the way of the wealth re-distribution fanatics of the past.

  • Neville Johnson JP January 9, 2024   Reply →

    Australia Day – 26th January 2024
    Australia Day does not celebrate the arrival of the first fleet or the invasion of anything.
    Captain Cook did not arrive in Australia on the 26th January.
    Captain Cook ‘arrived’ at Stingray Bay (later to be called) Botany Bay in New Holland [Sydney] on the 29th April 1770 (depending on the source you use) & leaving the area on 6th May 1770.
    The first ship of the fleet arrived in Botany Bay on 18th January 1788. They moved 12 kilometres north to Port Jackson ~ on the 21st January 1788.
    Captain Arthur Phillip, set up a convict settlement at Sydney Cove (now Circular Quay) on 26 January 1788. This was the beginning of convict settlement in Australia.
    The 26th of January was chosen as Australia Day for a very different and important reason.
    The 26th of January 1949 was the day Australians received their independence from British Rule, when the Nationality and Citizenship Act 1948 was passed and came into effect.
    That was the day we were first called Australians and allowed to travel with passports as Australians, and NOT British subjects.
    In 1949 we all became Australian citizens under the Nationality and Citizenship Act 1948. Also, this is why 26th January is the day, new Australians receive their Citizenship. Before that date, all people living in Australia, including Aborigines were called ‘British Subjects’ – and required to travel on British passports.
    Why we celebrate Australia Day on the 26th January.
    It is a day which celebrates the implementation of the Nationality of Citizenship Act of 1948. The Act which gave freedom and protection to the first Australians and gives all Australians old and new, the right to live under the protection of the “Australian Law”. United as one nation.
    This was the day that Australians became free to make our own decisions about which wars we would fight, and how our citizens would be treated.
    It was the day we were all declared Australians. For the first time Aboriginal Australians had the full protection of Australian Law.

  • Stan Walters January 9, 2024   Reply →

    Enough is enough!!!
    The sooner we get rid of this Socialist Labor government the better off Australia will be.
    Australia Day is the Day this country evolved and it is time to move ahead and make it a lot better for ALL Australians without some of those in power inventing new rules under the guise of building this country.
    The Labor Party, the Greens and the Teals need to be wiped from their positions and a government for the better of Australia installed, a government whose leader would stay at home and work for ALL Australians.

  • Rod Spragg January 9, 2024   Reply →

    The sooner we get rid of this alp governments the better.

  • Ric Frawley January 9, 2024   Reply →

    I certainly agree that this stealthy removal is occurring. The 26th January 1949 has absolutely nothing to do with early settlement, Captain Cook, Mathew Flinders, Dirk Hartog, or “Invasion”. On 26 January 1949, the Nationality and Citizenship Act 1948 became law. It was the first time that the term ‘Australian citizen’ had been used in any Australian legislation, including the Australian Constitution. Emails I have sent on this subject using gmail, have been mysteriously voided of the subject content before arrival at the addressee’s; and all reference to them and their contents has been deleted from my email boxes. I am not a conspiracy theorist in any way. Why then, is there such angst, hand wringing, loud noise and misinformation on the part of a minority in this country on this subject, if it is not a stealth movement to remove this date and this celebration, from our calendar?

  • MR DANIEL BERNARD HARKINS January 9, 2024   Reply →

    This socialist Labor and green Government which is just another name for communism have got to go, the Australian people have had a gut full of these useless mob.

  • Tony Brown January 10, 2024   Reply →

    You have to really wonder what Australia is becoming we had the voice that cost millions and was doomed from the start we had the forget Christmas attitude from by some councils, we now have the proposed dumping of Australia day.
    What next will it be Easter then Anzac Day,
    And whilst all this is happening where is the prime minister, for those who cannot remember he is the boy from the back streets we voted in as prime minister, what a joke.

  • PAUL MARTINO January 11, 2024   Reply →

    As a 3rd generation War Veteran (my Grandfather an infantryman in WW1 crippled by German machine gun fire at the Battle of St Leger, my Father, a Telegraphist with the Royal Navy, was on Atlantic Convoy Escort Duty on the Destroyer HMS Hardy, when she was torpedoed with considerable loss of life by a German Submarine off Murmansk in 1943, [he was rescued from the water by the one pass the convoy rescue Destroyer made to pick up those in the water] and myself, a conscripted Vietnam Veteran, who served in South Vietnam as a Sapper 1970/71). That is 3 only Sons, who offered their all, and two who nearly gave it. We fought for the rights supposedly offered by the Freedom of a true Democracy. We fought against censorship in any form, We fought under one flag, (not the motley selection we now see flying above far too many buildings, the Aboriginal Flag, this tie dyed multi coloured rag called the “Gay Pride” flag. We fought for the freedom of speech, religion and movement. Nothing to do with changing or adding flags, changing sacred days that should never be forgotten or changed. Everything a true blue Aussie holds sacred. Now we see our democratic way of life, things many (if not most of us) true Aussies hold dear to our hearts. What do we get? A “Politically Correct” radical vocal minority of brainwashed, “woke” leftist communist leaning socialist idiots, seeking to destroy it all, and for what reason?. Nothing but the whims of a few useless, overpaid, under-qualified idiots that the “silent, unthinking, unknowing majority” of Australians for some inexplicable reason elected into power, to “rule” OUR COUNTRY. Things were going just great the way they were, there was no racial discrimination, migrants (who wanted to work, assimilate into our society, accept our laws and way of life and dress) were welcomed to our shores. (unlike these multi wife breeding machines who do nothing but live in great wealth, bludging off the taxpayer, and bleed our system dry, who do not accept our language, laws or way of dress) (and truth be known, actually hate every aspect of the Australian way of life as they often espouse). Neville Johnson hit the nail on the head when he presented actual factual data about how Australia Day came into being. Now we have these idiots wanting to call it “Invasion Day” and because of purely anti-British sentiment among those who forget what Britain did for this Country, change our flag (Why in the hell do that), censor our speech and freedom of expression (which is happening quickly and severely I might add), hell, a bloke can’t even watch a good raucous comedy show these days, because everything funny is “Politically Incorrect”. I agree with every single one of the abovementioned comments, and could go on for hours. However, for what it has been worth, I have made my feelings known to leaders of the Liberals, Independents, and especially the Greens and Labor party, which is, I know, a total waste of time. The real solution is to get rid of this fanatical minority, before they stuff up this country and our hard earned way of life, completely. Enough said. Albanese and his twisted, bent cronies have got to go. Simple as that and the sooner the better. It is really up to the Veterans who served this once great Nation, to unite in every way possible, and voice our complete disgust and dissatisfaction with this fanatical rabble, for as a group, we might get somebody to actually listen and act. (just don’t hold your breath)

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