It’s those words in the question that I’ve detected most people who will be voting No actually seem to have a problem with. They clearly think if our constitution actually acknowledges there were and are First Peoples here, that it will somehow open floodgates to land rights claims that will threaten their personal legal ownership of property. Or the value of their shares, because surely, the stock market will crash if there is a Yes vote!
The fact is that the current system is not Closing many Gaps or healing our environmental woes. Listening to a real First Nations Voice is what’s needed to get there.