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How come many “architects of the voice” have ties to radical communism…Asking for a friend?



“It is a matter of public record that in the 1970s Langton was a member of the National Committee of the Communist League (CL), a Trotskyist group that campaigned for the violent overthrow of the Australian government and the implementation of a totalitarian state.


It’s equally true that Langton has never disavowed her once proud Marxist views,

nor has anyone in the media ever asked her to. Why the weird double standard?


After all, Marcia Langton is the co-chair of the Senior Advisory Group for the proposed “Voice”.


If a person now designing a change to our constitution was once a follower of an ideology even more murderous than that of the Nazis and has never distanced herself from it you’d think at the very least it would be a matter of public interest, wouldn’t you?”




During the 1970s, Langton was involved with the Socialist Workers Party.[20][21]


“Is Marcia Langton a Marxist?


Marcia Langton is a very prominent aboriginal activist and academic.


So prominent, in fact, that when the Liberal Minister for Indigenous Australians Ken Wyatt was creating his senior advisory group to design an “Indigenous Voice” to Government, he made Marcia Langton co-chair.


“This is interesting, since Marcia started her political career as a hard-core Communist and has never disavowed her past views.


She wasn’t simply a naïve young activist, either.


Langton was a member of the National Committee of the Communist League (CL), a Trotskyist group that campaigned for the violent overthrow of the Australian government and the implementation of a totalitarian socialist state.”



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