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Videos that explain The Voice in simple terms to help you decide how to vote at the 2023 Referendum on the 14-10-23

There are a lot of lies being told about The Voice and fear is being used to try and get people to vote no. Hopefully the below information and videos will help you make up your own mind on how you will vote.

There are 4 videos below and the first 3 are less than 10 minutes in total and the last one with Ray Martin is 17 minutes. In less than 30 minutes you can be an expert on The Voice and know more than Peter Dutton the Liberal Party claim to know.

On referendum day, voters will be asked to vote ‘yes’ or ‘no’ on a single question. The question on the ballot paper will be:

“A Proposed Law: to alter the Constitution to recognise the First Peoples of Australia by establishing an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Voice.

Do you approve this proposed alteration?”

The actual alteration is below:

Constitutional amendment

The proposed law that Australians are being asked to approve at the referendum would insert the following lines into the Constitution:

“Chapter IX Recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples

129 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Voice

In recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the First Peoples of Australia:

  1. there shall be a body, to be called the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Voice;
  2. the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Voice may make representations to the Parliament and the Executive Government of the Commonwealth on matters relating to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples;
  3. the Parliament shall, subject to this Constitution, have power to make laws with respect to matters relating to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Voice, including its composition, functions, powers and procedures.” 

The above is from The Voice website (Click here to read more)

The Voice will be an advisory body and that is it. Nothing more and nothing less. There is nothing to fear from it.

Below are 2 videos by independent journalist Lauren Dubois with the first video using the analogy of women having a voice to help explain the proposed Indigenous Voice.

In the below video Lauren Dubois addresses some of the deliberate misinformation by the Liberal Party and National Party.


When people say “there’s no detail, it’s too vague, I need to know how it will be set up”

♬ original sound – thelaurendubois

Lauren Dubois has social media on the links here: TikTok, Twitter and Instagram.

The below video was written by and starring The Feed comedians Jenna Owen and Vic Zerbst and rapper Adam Briggs who is also known as Senator Briggs (Biblically Accurate) on Twitter.

In the below video former A Current Affair host Ray Martin makes the current host Allison Langdon look like an amateur while discussing The Voice:

The Voice will not be divisive as it is only an advisory body that has no power. The people who are divisive are Peter Dutton and his puppet master global billionaire and propagandist Rupert Murdoch.

Admin: I’ve been a bit unwell over the last week so I didn’t post during the week, although I did one video, but I’m back to near 100% now.

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12 replies »

  1. Thank you Shane, well done, if the Yes vote fails to win the day it won’t be for lack of effort on your part.

    Get well soon.

    Here’s one for you.

  2. Allison Langton seems to be stuck on the words Ray used, rather than his message. Perhaps she should stick to telling us how to raise our kids, since she reckons she’s an expert.

  3. Simple answer from me on this referendum, if the government wants the people to vote yes Im going the opposite. They pushed their COVID vaccine agenda and we all know how that all turned out. There’s more to this Voice BS than they let up. Use a Biro when you vote and write No or Yes in the box. GL.

    • The covid vaccine agenda was pushed by the coalition when they were in government and they’re the ones wanting you to vote no. So by your logic shouldn’t you be voting yes?

    • Yes, a lot more people could have died…as for BS, I think you’ll find most of it is coming from the conspiracy theorists and the Opposition…

    • Indeed, they want us to vote yes on the voice, yet they want to pass legislation that will force social media platforms to censor anyone that doesn’t support their narrative?

      I’m voting No as well.

      • Sounding a little paranoid methinks.

        If only conspiracy theorists could raise themselves to manage some basic research into ordinary facts so we might know what is actually worth squandering our fears on…

    • Dear John. Not sure I understand you. The government that pushed the Covid vaccine was a LNP coalition government. You know the same government that also pushed the ROBODEBT scheme, that was directly attributed to over 2,000 Australian lives and countless cases (430,000) of hardship. Remember they were the same government taken to court in a class action and lost, followed by a huge payout of OUR money.

      John, this is the same LNP coalition, who are now in federal opposition, that is pushing the NO vote for the coming referendum.

      In summary, as I understand it John, you are voting NO with the current LNP opposition, who were responsible for numerous debacles over the ten years they were in government.

      Each to his / her own. All the best.

      Go take a read of this list … but you should know that you will need a continuous supply of tea, coffee or wine.

      • Yes won’t even go close, Freddo, and it’s nothing to do with the LNP Opposition, which is fairly split over the issue in the cities.
        As a matter of fact, my guess is that in the Capitals, the Greens/Liberals Yes vote would be stronger than the ALP Yes vote.
        Bottom Line:
        Labor will have to have a quick changeover at the top and then call an early Election or It’s Baseball Bats Time by 2025.

  4. Policy proposals should be evaluated on their own merits, and not simply on the basis of what Peter Dutton or Rupert Murdoch might think.

  5. The biggest mistake made by the Govt was for parties to take sides. This shouldn’t have been made political, and by doing so will have staunched Liberal supporters voting no and vice versa, whether they’ve actually researched it or not, purely to support their preferred party. The public should have been given all the relevant information and then left to make their own decisions. The Government shouldn’t have tried to sway us either way – spending their advertising dollars on making sure misinformation was debunked loudly should have been their agenda.

  6. People were asking legitimate questions regarding the details of the referendum and were basically told they would know after the vote, or were called “Dinosaurs and Dickheads” by supposed “professional” journalist. Government trust is at an all time low. And they are not the “ministry of truth”!
    In my humble little WA neighbourhood polling booth, as a No side volunteer and scrutineer, I witnessed democracy and people power in action on this day.
    The Yes side (good people I’m sure) flooded the small space with Yes posters and hassled the people waiting in line all day.
    All our useless local member could say when we challenged the posters that said 80% of aboriginal people vote yes was “yeh, what ever” and continued for her photo shoot.
    Our corrupt and arrogant politicians all over Australia got the slap of people power.

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