Protest now before they shut you up!

We are dealing with the most dangerous government ever in Australia’s history. This is becoming the most important issue in the history of this nation.  Countless Australians died in past wars protecting our freedoms.  We must not let them down. It’s really amazing to think people would still vote for such a anti-freedom party as the ALP headed lead by Gillard.

Andrew Bolt

It is astonishing that Australia has a government so authoritarian – and it is depressing that Australians aren’t united in howling down such an arrogant attack on their freedom to say what they think:

LEGAL experts have questioned whether Labor’s draft anti-discrimination laws are constitutional, arguing the expansion of federal powers is a step too far into community life that will ensnare students, parents, employees and even sports spectators.

As the Senate inquiry into the bill prepares to hold its first hearings this week, constitutional law professors Nicholas Aroney of the University of Queensland and Patrick Parkinson of the University of Sydney say it could also fall foul of our international obligations and may lead to successful court challenges.

The Greens yesterday joined the chorus of concerns over the proposed legislation, which will make it unlawful to offend or insult others.

Even the Greens think Labor is too authoritarian?

Not just that, even some impeccably Leftist comedians – well, Ben Elton, at least – are astonished to find themselves suddenly so badgered. Elton is yet to defend his free speech, but does draw the line at Government nagging over smoking and drinking:

When did we elect a government to wag its finger at us, at every possible pleasure?

Complain while it’s still legal, Ben.


Complain about attacks on our right to speak? Forget it. Far easier to give in.

Paul Sheehan on the visit next month of Geert Wilders, leader of a political party with 16 seats in the Dutch Parliament.

You don’t have to agree with Wilders, or endorse his style. But on our right to hear him – and his right to speak here – there can be no compromise. One way to defend both is by booking a seat at one of his speeches here:

Some very valid observations:

The great lie of the 60s: freedom and socialism go together. A big lie, told often and believed.

2 thoughts on “Protest now before they shut you up!”

  1. Geert Wilders has given up his personal freedom defending values our forefathers fought in two world wars to preserve . He lives under twenty four hour guard, to protect his life from the religion of peacers.. Sadly there is nothing but apathy from the majority of Australians, who either don’t care or are too lazy to be active in the fight for our lives and those of our children..They don’t realize the deadly threat that is Islam, and their plans for our future. Ignorance of Islam is no excuse, there is the internet with its window into Islamic countries and the atrocities of Mohammadism via youtube and information from many sources. Unfortunately we have a government who peddles Islam via the Education Department printing books distributed to schools whitewashing the true history about Islam. WE MUST PROTEST this LIE and hold the Gillard government accountable, also hold their feet to the fire for attacking our freedom of speech with the new legislation they are trying to push into Law.. Australians must find their voices and speak out.

  2. Left Australia one year ago, now live in Canada, a bit better for now but fast catching up on Islam. There is no place to get away, Islam is going to run us over with ease. Once the world realize it will be too late, it’s already too late.
    At 70 I might not live long enough to kill a few.

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