The AFL has successfully celebrated it’s annual Dreamtime round with a celebration of alcohol-fuelled violence inside and outside the grounds around EZFKA.
Traditional weapons, such as didgeridoos and star pickets, were handed out to patrons for use in altercations during games this weekend, with notable clashes at the MCG resulting in some good old fashioned clan violence to ‘really celebrate the remote community spirit.’
“It’s been another successful celebration of self-loathing white people from Melbourne virtue signalling about traditional Aboriginal culture while avoiding addressing the real issues themselves,” a spokesman for the EZFKAFL said.
“We all know that the Dreamtime round is a complete wank and festival of white guilt. We can’t for an aboriginal treaty and then it’s going to a million times worse.”
Adam Goodes was a notable absentee from the celebrations, stating he would only attend if he could punch on with a 13-year-old girl in the crowd.