An interview with a New Zealand lady, Casey Costello, about the experience there of “Voice like” legislation and policy.
In this 41 minute video she says it brought both more speaking and less positive outcomes. 72% of Kiwis say that interracial relations are worse now they were 20 years ago. She says it has brought more “looking for grievances” and efforts to create “victims”. Grievances which were “settled” on several previous historical occasions are continuously raised for another one. Equality before the law is lost as one racial group is legislated advantage over the other and the genuinely disadvantaged are largely ignored.

   Can this common sense bring us a “No” vote, or will the virtue signalling through condescending to Aboriginals bring us a warm inner glow which will triumph?