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Zed Seselja says he didn't know 'ok to be white' history

Sydney Morning Herald Tuesday, 16 October 2018
Zed Seselja says he didn't know 'ok to be white' historyThe senator voted in favour of a motion that used the phrase, associated with the alt-right.
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