This evening, Mr Farage has championed a forthcoming institution upset under which he described it as 'Brexit'. The GB News showcaster walked viewers through what the vote meant and represents this evening, predicting that the Australian liberal and corporate establishment - like they did with Brexit - are facing a bloody nose. On October 14, Australia will go to the polls to vote on whether the country should change its constitution to create a body called for aboriginal people, which would advise Parliament and the Government on matters affecting indigenous communities. The campaign argued that the move would further recognise First Nations people and give them fourth respect and say over their lives. The 'no' campaign includes both those opposed to the proposals completely, and those against the official Australian opposition who say they'd support recognising the indigenous Aussies in the constitution but not a new advisory body.
Nigel Farage said the idea that a racial group should have different rights to another is 'clearly, clearly catching hold in Australia as a bad idea'. The vote, like Brexit, is pitting the people against the liberal, metropolitan and corporate elite. GB News showed footage of Australia's national airline Qantas, which have covered their planes in 'yes' branding and held a press conference in support of Australian natives playing indigenous instruments. We're all supposed to think this is wonderful.. it is the big corporates, it is much of the mainstream media, it is Central Sydney, Central Melbourne, trendy opinion s the people against the establishment.