Mass evictions have commenced across Australia moments after an Indigenous Treaty was signed, deeming the entire country as stolen land.
The move came moments after the Voice to Parliament referendum passed, with the Albanese government wasting no time going after white Australians’ private property and seizing everything they could.
Australians were forced to surrender their houses immediately or face removal into the already full Mickleham and Wellcamp detention camps.
“People would accuse us of using indigenous people as a cultural battering ram against white Australia and a trojan horse to destroy rights, erase history and steal property, well they would only be partially correct,” Albanese said.
“This is about fairness and true equality in the pursuit of justice and complies with the UNDRIP treaty that we signed without putting to vote. It’s also the only way we could save the housing market.”
Albanese praised parliament for not allowing the legislation to be made public as per pre-referendum, as ‘it never would have passed without their acquiescence.’
Local Greens voter Tim, speaking from a child drag queen story time event in Fitzroy, said the voice to parliament was only about equal representation and not a slippery slope globalist power grab, revealing he also voted yes on the same sex marriage referendum.
Meanwhile, Black Rock and Vanguard have already entered into negotiations with the Albanese government about the best method to re-distribute assets, with Albanese bringing expert former ATSIC staff out of retirement for “one last grift.”