At black armband, pro Aboriginal protests, one can often hear the chant; “Always was, always will be, Aboriginal land!” Meanwhile, others accuse British settlers of stealing Aboriginal land and resources, and Australia Day has been described by the leader of our third largest political party, as representing ‘genocide.’ When a country’s underpinnings are attacked in… Continue reading Do British Australians have a claim to this land?
Earlier this week, the Greens proposed the establishment of a universal basic income (UBI) for all Australians, envisioned in a post work, futuristic context. Somewhat surprisingly, this announcement drew a chorus of negative reactions from the political establishment, with many alleging the Greens lacked seriousness and a fitness to govern. While I would ordinarily outright reject… Continue reading The Greens propose a universal basic income
In high school, our teachers used ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ and Missisippi Burning to sneer at America’s long standing problems with race, particularly in regards to its large African American population. But mere decades into Australia’s far smaller African experiment, the elitism, denial and finger- pointing is gone, in place of concerns for real problems… Continue reading African truancy on a par with Indigenous Australians
10 years has passed since then Prime Minister Kevin Rudd’s famous apology for the ‘Stolen Generations.’ While Rudd’s grounds for apology were dubious, and it remains unclear if Indigenous ‘Stolen Generations’ ever occurred, these areas have been previously covered here and here. Apart from anything else, Rudd’s apology was seen as the ultimate step towards… Continue reading A time for hard truths
Prediction: If the far- Left succeeds in canning Australia Day by establishing the very day European Australians arrived on this continent is offensive and racist, 1 of 2 things will happen. Australia Day may be moved to May 8 or some other trivial date, and rather than celebrations, the day will resemble an apology day… Continue reading What will happen if we change Australia Day?
A political opportunist to his core, Bill Shorten clearly understands the political reality of changing Australia Day. For now, Australians largely support keeping the date, and Shorten has responded accordingly. But there is enough reluctance in his recent comments, combined with a bizarre critique of Malcolm Turnbull, to conclude Shorten and Labor will support changing… Continue reading Bill Shorten shy on Oz Day support
Some things never change, and the ABC’s anti- Australian bent has continued into the New Year. But now in 2018, the ABC has adopted a new victim cause: African migrants, in covering victims of Sudanese crime as secondary to receivers of ill- directed, foolish comments. So despite being funded by Australian people, and its legislative… Continue reading Time to replace the ABC
Last year, I highlighted the problem of infinitely expanding trade with China. And suggested that in a trade deal where Australia is flooded with cheap, disposable products, while China gets jobs and wealth, China comes out as the clear winner. Likewise, it appeared that when push came to shove, China would exercise a stranglehold over… Continue reading Malcolm Turnbull’s submission to China
The case that high immigration=better economic outcomes, is pushed by free market advocates who tell us globalism is destiny. But when real scrutiny is applied, this hypothesis quickly crumbles. The idea that “immigrants do jobs that Australian’s won’t,” is not only demeaning to our impoverished native born, but in a time where political alliances are… Continue reading “Immigrants do jobs that Australians won’t”
While a recent poll has shown more than 50 % of Australian voters see the immigration problem for what it is, major parties remain lax on this issue. While the Coalition did stop the boats in 2013, little has been done in their 4 years of government to practically ease the rapid demographic and cultural… Continue reading Immigration an issue to Australian voters: yet our political class remains silent
The Australian Human Rights Commission (AHRC) has acted improperly in the past. But its latest advertisement, which combines Marxist anti- white theory with an inexplicably misleading portrayal of Australian professional life, brings this contemptible organisation to new lows. For the AHRC to invent victims and racial narratives to push its radical Left agenda, is a… Continue reading The Australian Human Rights Commission gone rogue
With unyielding disdain for Australia’s deplorables, the ABC has alleged ‘cognitive ability shapes attitudes on equal rights for same- sex couples.’ Translation: If you believe in traditional marriage, you are likely less intelligent than the savvy ‘Yes’ crowd. Conversely, it should be noted the Coalition for Marriage campaign does not utilize simple, elementary arguments appealing… Continue reading The ABC vs ‘No’ voter deplorables
Yesterday, ex- Prime Minister Tony Abbott was headbutted allegedly over his views on same sex marriage. And today, an ABC staffer was caught celebrating the assault. True, the staffer sent a private email to a colleague, and this celebration was mild. But it seems the attitudes held by the person who headbutted Abbott, and the… Continue reading ABC newsroom staffer emails ‘Good’ in response to Tony Abbott’s alleged assault
People’s feelings should not be the basis for legislation produced by any parliament. As best put by Nicola Wright; “Once a hurtful thing has been said, issuing the perpetrator with a fine is not going to change that. The idea that we need to be protected from our feelings by the benevolent hand of government… Continue reading No winners with same-sex hate bill
The no campaign further exposing the LGBT Agenda and its virulent neo- Marxist links. Why Vote No, September 10, 2017: Yes, it’s true that the vast majority of same-sex couples who intend on marrying are doing so for the sentimental aspect of equality. However, there is a dark side behind the push for the legalisation… Continue reading LGBT Agenda