Sorry? Not me. I’m with Windschuttle.

National Sorry Day is an annual event that has been held in Australia on 26 May, since 1998, to remember and commemorate the mistreatment of the country’s indigenous population. Its driven of course by the far left. I’m not an Australian, but if I was, I’d tell them to shove it, because I don’t buy into their Critical Theory driven racist Marxist BS for one millisecond.

In fact, as long as I’m around on the internet, every 26th May I’m going to reprint a bit of Keith Windschuttle, an academic not afraid to speak truth and cut through the thick layer of political deceit that surrounds this whole issue. For example in Tasmania-

Windschuttle found a mountain of documentary evidence in Tasmania. He also found plausible evidence for only 118 Aborigines’ deaths at the hands of Europeans and 187 whites killed by Aborigines. He found the basis for the genocide argument to be speculation, guesswork, outright distortion and blatant ideology, an ideology which reached its crescendo in the Bringing Them Home report in 1997. Once this report’s claim of genocide was subjected to the forensic rigours of the courts, it fell apart, a fact many still cannot accept.

Further reading- Quadrant, “Fabrication in Tasmania” and The Adelaide Institute’s review of The Fabrication of Aboriginal History.

Also worth a look, (as it backs up Windschuttles credibility which the left have attacked viciously since his books were written).- National Observer, “Keith Windschuttle and Aboriginal History“.