Why The Native Peoples In Australia Were Doomed

We recently had Australia Day here down under. This involves a lot of beer drinking, barbeques, fireworks displays and SJW circlejerks over events that occurred centuries ago.
More than most countries, Australia is still in the midst of a serious guilt trip over our colonial past. As Australia Day commemorates the landing of the first fleet at Botany Bay in 1788, activists have taken to calling it “invasion day.” Sovereignty was never ceded they claim—as if that statement makes any sense.
We all know what these rantings and ravings are about. This is nothing to do with correcting historic wrongs, or actually Read More

Source: Return of Kings