There will be no free speech under a government I lead:
Â To show your support for free speech or simply to attend a Wilders lecture,Â go here.
The Wilders tour: shooting the messengerÂ (Andrew Bolt)
It is ironic – andÂ tellingÂ – that the one human rights issue the Australian Human Rights Commission hasn’tÂ listed as important in this electionÂ is free speech, the right that’s most threatened by the Gillard Government:
A primerÂ on the latest threat to the right the commission has overlooked.
Here’s poster ‘Wallaby’ who nails it:
These are what Mark Steyn would call ‘ersatz rights’, Translated out of ‘Newspeak’ into English:
- The right to have our government weaken the immigration system, at our expense
- The right to have our government look after the vulnerable ( possibly including the milk crate -police car bloke), at our expense
- The right to have our government treat one part of the community differently based on their race, at our expense
- The right to have our government change the definition of an essentially religious institution that predates government itself.
These are not rights, they are privileges afford to government. Real rights are limitations placed on government by the people. Real rights result in real freedoms. Â byÂ Wallaby of Olinda
Islam is not a race, but our detractors are hellbent to milk the false narrative for all its worth: theÂ same type of unwashed rent-a-crowd is organising protests in Melbourne.
‘Options’ won’t fix anti-discrimination mess
The Attorney-General’s Department hasÂ tabled a documentÂ with the Senate committee inquiry into the government’sÂ anti-discrimination draft Bill. The document outlines a list of ‘options’ for amending the draft Bill in response to the wave of criticism that has recently engulfed the proposal. I’ve written a detailed analysis of the options paper for the benefit of FreedomWatch readers.
The options relate to the definition of discrimination under clause 19 of theÂ draft BillÂ whichÂ currently reads: