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Trevor Loudon names the enemies within our own government
Trevor Loudon is the official commie hunter and the author of Barack Obama and the Enemies Within. Find his work at TrevorLoudon.com
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Sweden goes down:
Over the last few days, several people have been been murdered in Jerusalem.
Israel isn’t under siege again, Israel is perpetually under siege. The siege on Israel is like a disease that is always there, but flairs up sooner rather than later.
The government is divided on a compromise bill aimed at protecting free speech, with a growing number of Liberal MPs backing a new push to overhaul section 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act.
Liberal senators Zed Seselja, Ian Macdonald and Chris Back spoke in favour of a private member’s bill that would no longer make it unlawful to ”offend” or “insult” someone based on their race, colour, nationality or ethnic origin…
The bill, proposed by Family First Senator Bob Day, is an attempt to strike a compromise after the government last year abandoned its changes to section 18C after widespread community backlash. The bill is co-sponsored by two other Liberal Senators, Cory Bernardi and Dean Smith, as well as Liberal Democrat David Leyonhjelm, but it is unlikely to go to a vote until next year.
The Prime Minister is keen to avoid revisiting the issue while he seeks to reframe the debate on how best to counter violent extremism and enlist the support of the Islamic community. Mr Turnbull and Attorney-General George Brandis spoke separately with Senator Day during the week to determine if the bill would go to a vote, but were pleased when Senator Day said that he intended to wait until it had wider support.
Senator Bernardi expressed his disappointment that a vote on the bill had been delayed.
“Apparently, Bob Day received assurances that the matter will be dealt with in the new year,” he said. “It seems illogical to not want to deal with it now … I’m very disappointed this wasn’t resolved in the Senate today.”…
Despite the growing support for the bill, the Assistant Minister for Multicultural Affairs, Concetta Fierravanti-Wells, yesterday said that the government did not intend to back the proposal.
Did any politician pushing mass immigration and refugee programs ever tell us that part of the deal was that we’d have to lose our freedom to have debates that some would complain was offensive?
Senator Bob Day on his bill to restore free speech in debates on “race”:
A plague of political correctness seems to be sweeping this country, seeking to push out of the public arena those who the ruling elites don’t agree with. When in opposition, those who are now in government spoke powerfully about the need to halt the growing threats to free speech. However, in office they seem to have gone quiet. Yes, the Human Rights Commission is reviewing rights and responsibilities focussing on religious freedom. That begins next month. However, the central and specific commitment to reform 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act was abandoned until Senators Leyonhjelm, Smith, Bernardi and I picked it up again. I look forward to further debate on that tomorrow.
Language is very powerful. The framing of these debates is powerful. Opponents of free speech like to talk about ‘hate speech’. They say that certain things should be censored because they might offend or insult someone. Simply calling words ‘hate speech’ is an affront to free speech.