The Sunshine Coast of Australia is paradise on earth, its residents are surrounded by reminders of just how lucky we are to call Australia home. To celebrate Australia Day the locals have made a tradition of holding a celebratory convoy followed by a BBQ.
To contrast the ugliness I witnessed at last year’s ‘Invasion Day’ protests in Brisbane, I was happy to go along and cover the convoy.
Among the throngs of families enjoying the coastal lifestyle were people from all walks of life. It was an invigorating reminder of what it is we on the right fight to preserve. Safe communities fit for the enjoyment of hardworking Australian families, clean parklands and pristine waterways for all to appreciate.
The convoy met up at Maroochydore and proceeded along the beachfront roads until it reached beautiful scenic Caloundra. All along the way locals and tourists stopped to film the spectacle, with many honking and giving thumbs up in support.
Contrast with the Ugliness of ‘Invasion Day’ Protests
While an angry, indignant and often violent minority chose to use Australia Day to complain, the majority of Australians from all walks of life have made it clear that they’re not interested in bowing to grifters and rent seekers, who would seek to change the date.
Remember, only 11% of the population support a change to the date, the silent majority (71%) consider it a mainstay of Australian culture. There are many concern trolls who pretend to be in support of Australia Day that urge us to move the date to placate hurt feelings, as if that will sate the unquenchable demands of the extreme left.
As my coverage of last year uncovered, the very same malcontents who frequently advocate for mass immigration, abolition of borders and the unfettered accommodation of so called ‘refugees’ are those who are pushing for ‘decolonisation’ of Australia. They even go so far as to create promotional materials in mandarin in an attempt to harness the energies of new arrivals into their destructive and ultimately murderous campaign of ‘decolonisation’.
A perfect example I have spoken about before is Wooloongabba Greens Councillor Jonathan Sri. Provided below is a photo I took of him at last year’s march carrying an ‘Abolish Australia’ banner.
How does he reconcile his platform of housing affordability with his pro-immigration/refugee position? Could it be that Jonathan Sri and others like him are simply using these things as tools to ‘decolonise’ Australia?
Nah, I’m probably just crazy for noticing these sorts of things.
We here at The Unshackled hope you had a safe, relaxing and enjoyable Australia Day.
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