The Australian High Court has struck down the Voice to Parliament campaign and forced it to change it’s name to the “Invoice to Parliament.”
After an Aboriginal Corporation in WA demanded $2.5 million to plant a few trees along the Canning River, the High Court intervened and forced the name change.
“Our findings are clear, this is just another trojan horse grift by Mark Leibler to extract money out of Australia and steal land and property, therefore the name change is required,” High Court Justice Mark Iamthelawkent said.
“Australia has been the home of a grift for quite some time, so if this is the mother of all grifts at least you’re going to have to be honest about it. This one has it all from the smoking ceremony grift, welcome to country grift, white aboriginals from the Scottish Highlands and the rest. The ruling is fair.”
Leibler refused to comment on the ruling, but stated he was working on a rebrand with the potential for Brittany Higgins to become the new face of the referendum.