Poor Ray Martin clearly has an identity crisis—or rather he says that Australia does. He wants to change our flag, claiming that this “high octane issue … has been dividing us since 1901”. Mr Martin, like every Australian, is entitled to his opinion. However, very few other Australians are given a top-rating television show such as Sixty Minutes to air their views. Martin also says that he is hurt at the criticism he has received for broadcasting this program on Anzac Day, but coming from a journalist with decades of experience these protests are rather disingenuous. He must have known…
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