Free speech is meant to protect unpopular speech. Popular speech, by definition, needs no protection. (Neal Boortz)

No Australian government should ever be allowed  to impose censorship, especially not the most misguided,  incompetent bunch of ineptocrats in the history of Australia.


“It’s about arrogance, it’s about powerful people here in Australia who believe that they are smarter than you, that their opinion is worth more than your opinion, and that their thinking is better than your thinking, and if you think they’re wrong, you should just shut up.” —Excellent video. 

(This man is good. The message is spot on.-JoAnn Nova)

  Censorship, Terror & Despotism are a Package Deal:

What you don’t value, you’ll lose:

Just 39 per cent of Australians aged 18 to 29 say democracy is better than other forms of government. Almost a quarter, 23 per cent, believe that “for someone like me, it doesn’t matter what kind of government we have”, while 37 per cent say non-democratic rule can be best.  Faith in freedom failing  (Its hard to believe we have sunk this far. Its the inevitable result of dumbing down…)

Chalk it up as a win for the relativism that rules our schools and universities – the perspective that all points of view are equally valid, that it is unhealthy to show preference for any one system of government, and that truth is relative and essentially unattainable.

“All censorships exist to prevent anyone from challenging current conceptions and existing institutions. All progress is initiated by challenging current conceptions, and executed by supplanting existing institutions. Consequently, the first condition of progress is the removal of censorship.”
― George Bernard Shaw,

4 thoughts on “Free speech is meant to protect unpopular speech. Popular speech, by definition, needs no protection. (Neal Boortz)”

  1. Thank you for citing Neil Boortz, he is brilliant. He is the only person who has ever changed my mind on taxation with a solid persuasive argument against the government.

    The video is excellent as well, will be passing it on to as many people as possible. But, I have to ask, what the hell is going on in Australia?? When is Australia’s next election?

    Is this Finkelstien report a Soros funded initiative? They tried something similar is the US, a few years ago, but failed. I think it was called the Fairness Doctrine.

    This organization would also have it’s own unelected board that would monitor the radio, television, etc.

    1. Is this Finkelstien report a Soros funded initiative?

      I suspect it is. It fits the overall agenda. KRudd & Gillard fit right into it too….

  2. People need to activlye campaign against this “government initiative”. We also need to have the author (finklestien) removed from the bench and from any position of influence.

  3. Not surprised, it has the subversive stink of Soros.

    @kaw, I am curious. Have you had much success actively campaigning the government? Thanks.

    I am of the mind, that it best to start locally.

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