The gargantuan Aussie retailer Wokeworths is ditching Australia Day merchandise claiming poor sales. But we all know the real reason they’re waging war on our nation.
It seems that the woke corporates trying to control how Australians think are still not getting the message.
Australians don’t want to be preached at and don’t want to be dictated to about politics.
Especially not from a supermarket raking in massive profits.
But that’s what we’ve got with Woolworths deciding to ditch Australia Day merch, claiming it’s got to do with poor sales.
You and I know that this has been a long-calculated effort by activists to undermine our national day because they hate Australia and want us to be ashamed of it.
If there have been poor sales, it’s because these activists have made it so.
And gutless leaders like Anthony Albanese have just stood by and let it happen.
In fact, they’ve practically encouraged it by allowing councils to stop holding citizenship ceremonies on January 26 and playing down or not attending celebrations themselves.
People, of course, are free to do whatever they want on January 26.
But let’s not pretend the people attacking our national day have our best interests at heart.
They’ve turned a unifying day into a political football.
And places like Woolies are backing them all the way.
For my part, I am proud to be Australian and proud to celebrate on January 26.
I’ll be doing what many Australians do – acknowledging how lucky we are to be in this prosperous, safe, beautiful country.
But I won’t be getting my BBQ supplies at Woolies.
They’ve made it clear where they stand.
And they’re not on our side.