Is Free Speech No Longer Valued in Australia?
Â “We have been living under an asinine law ever since the Keating government introduced it in 1995. …”
Peter Coleman gets a very worrying insight into the totalitarian instincts of today’s Left – and many in the media who cater to it: the next step is licensing propaganda-resistent journo’s:
Once you critize the regime of
-Stalin, it was a one ticket to the gulag.
-Hitler, it was a one way ticket to the concentration camp
-Saddam, it was a straight bullet in your head
-Australia,on the road to bankrupcy, what will it be?
Just when you thought you’d seen it all:
A Marxist comes out in the defense of free speech:
More reactionÂ Â Â (Andrew Bolt)
Other Peoples Money
Â â€Ž”Capitalism is the unequal distribution of wealth. Socialism is the equal distribution of poverty”
The New Civility
Andrew Bolt hurting feelings, again:
Wacademic Susan Mitchell, author of a new book on Tony Abbott, says the Opposition Leader is just too rude:
The author blamed Mr Abbott ”for a decline in civility in our political discourse”…
Mitchell then demonstrates what a more civil political discourse is like, when conducted by a woman of the Left:Â Â Hand Mitchell a mirror
Â Hanson unloads on Gillard
I don’t think she has the vision, I don’t think she has the leadership and I think she isÂ the worst prime minister we have ever hadÂ and that’s the general feel of people I speak to.
There’s what Labor says and what Labor does:
TRADE Minister Craig Emerson has reignited the Big Australia debateÂ by insisting Australia must boost immigration levels to fully exploit its potential in the “Asian century”.
In a move that puts him at odds with Julia Gillard’s 2010 election campaign call for “a sustainable Australia, not a big Australia”, Dr Emerson has warned that labour and skills shortages threaten to restrict the nation’s capacity to lift exports and must be met with higher immigration levels.
Aborigines who want to develop their country apparently aren’t real Aborigines, according to whites who know better how they should live: Â Green protesters know better than Aborigines what’s good for them
Never thought anyone could make me hate green that much:
Janet Albrechtsen says one benefit from having had a year of this deeply compromised government is that the Greens have finally been exposed>>>