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Last updated on May 20th, 2017 at 07:30 am
A counter-historical legal proposal:
Race Discrimination Commissioner Tom Calma wants the burden of proof in cases of racial discrimination to fall on the alleged offender, instead of the person making the complaint …
Mr Calma said if people were forced to defend themselves, it might make them think twice before offending.
Not so. It would make me think about accusing Mr Calma of racial discrimination, just for the fun of it. Via the Age, which also reports:
92.5% of Victorian Government appointments to boards and authorities are of people who do not identify as being from a culturally or linguistically diverse background.
Difficult to think of a more diverse country than Australia. We’re not exactly Japan here.
UPDATE. Andrew Bolt: “OK, Calma – I’ll start your ball rolling to hell. I accuse you of being a damn racist. Which, under your new regime, means a racist you are until you can prove you are not. In the meantime you should stand down, because a racist can’t hold your job, surely?”