Sky News host Andrew Bolt says people who “identify as aboriginal” now – after the recent High Court decision – “have one right that people of any other race don’t”.
Mr Bolt said the decision by the High Court to allow people identifying as aboriginals without Australian citizenship the right to not get deported was “extraordinary,” and said it was based on treating people “not as individuals but as members of some race”.
“No one calling themselves Aboriginal can now be expelled from Australia; even if they are born overseas, aren’t Australians and are criminals,” he said.
The decision effectively brings Australia closer to people identifying as Aboriginals “having the right to effectively run their own -race-based governments,” he said.
“That to me is a form of racial division that can lead only to tremendous strife,” Mr Bolt said.
“My objection is one of principle to the judicial creation of any race-based constitutional distinction”.
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