Op-ed: Its time indigenous Australians had a voice in parliament

By CRISPIN HULL, 5 February
(photo credit: Newsport)
(photo credit: Newsport)
The chatter and clatter about Australia Day and Indigenous recognition may have abated a week out from 26 January, but it will never go away until the matters are resolved. The victorious allies treated the vanquished Germans after World War I and II better than the colonising British and their Australian inheritors have treated Indigenous Australians. At least the Germans got a treaty after the first war and a lot of help after the second to bring their standard of living up to or better than that of the victors. Not so in Australia. And our Indigenous people were not the aggressors
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