A Declaration of War on a Unitary Australia by Ian Wilson LL.B.
In regard to Section 18 C: I quote from a letter to the Editor (The Australian, August 2, 2016, p.13), by Geoffrey Luck:
"Australia now risks descending into a state of two nations. The attacks which destroyed Brian Martin's ability to conduct the NT Royal Commission and the Pearson and Shorten demands for a treaty linked to the constitutional referendum represent a declaration of Aboriginal war on the tradition of a unitary Australia".
All I will add to this is that Shorten embracing a treaty to allegedly resolve all grievances since first settlement, is just the "logical" outcome of the present regime. It will involve a "network of deals covering large parts of the continent".
If you thought native title was a threat to farms, well you ain't seen nothing yet!
Nigel Jackson (The Australian, August 2, 2016, p.13) sums it up aptly:
"There are no legal and constitutional grounds for the splitting of Australia into two for the benefit of an over-noisy minority".
True, but only if they lose the coming referendum.
1984 "Red Over Black" by Geoff MacDonald video:
Part 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yCfmLI0QadE
Part 2: https://youtu.be/bDLiEnaMcZE