Australia has stolen the ancient homeland of the Aborigines and the very presence of the Anglo-Saxons in Australia and the very existence of the Australian state is due to the British empire's rampage and conquest across te globe.
How befitting that the Australian Ambassador supports a "Palestinian" state (Arab Islamic imperialism) in Israel, at our expense, in our land and against our will.
The British empire in Australia and the Arab Islamic empire in Israel.
Imperialists usually stick together.
Israel has been inhabited by Jews for 4000 years which 10-15 ancient civilizations can confirm. If Dave Sharma denies our connection to our land, then how does he explain world history? Leaving out 4000 years of Jewish history in Israel means creating gargantuan gaps in world history.
No Dave Sharma, we won't sell our homeland in which we have lived for 4000 years long Before the Anglo-Saxons conquered the Earth, and we won't become a "multi-cultural society" just to make you happy. Every Culture and nation has the right to preserve their identity and uniqueness and that's not possible if you impose multi-culturalism onto a society.
Just because Australia, Western Europe, USA and Canada are living in a post-nationalist reality eager to dismantle their own societies doesn't mean Israel should follow in your footsteps.
The vast majority of the human race - Latin America, Black Africa (Christian and Moslem Black Africa), Middle East, North Africa, Eastern Europe, Russia, Central Asia, India, China, Japan and South East Asia have not abandoned nationalism and national independence and sovereignty.
Israel is a JEWISH state, has always been a JEWISH state and will for all eternity remain a JEWISH state and if Dave Sharma Thinks that our national character contradicts democracy then he is either ignorant or a racist hypocrite.
There are dozens of European nation states, who despite strong voices within the post-nationalist camp, still preserve their national character and maintain a democratic system.
And pushing for a "Palestinian" state with a "Palestinian" character (whatever that is), wouldn't that logically speaking be anti-democratic since it would rule out multi-culturalism and pluralism?