Facebook has banned not only Australians from sharing or viewing local and international news, but also international users from sharing or viewing Australian news content.
School students across Ames, Iowa are set to participate in the Black Lives Matter at School Week of Action next month, which promises lessons in affirming globalism, queer ideology, transgenderism, disruption of the nuclear family, and the dismantling of the patriarchy.
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The “next best thing,” according to NSW Health, is “pleasuring yourself in front of a partner” while making “no contact with the other person.”
Lauren’s raw and honest investigation is everything that has been absent from politically-driven, mainstream journalism.
The NHS this week released images of the wallet-sized documents that will be given to individuals who take the COVID-19 vaccination.
A man travelling to Western Australia has captured the moment police and an emergency health officer issued him a “medical examination direction” for mandatory COVID-19 testing.
According to the United Nations, International Men’s Day is not about supporting men, but about men supporting women and gender equality.
Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews has said his government is considering the use of electronic devices to monitor people’s vital signs and location as an alternative to hotel quarantine.
Disney has accused itself of racism by slapping warnings on its classic films such as Peter Pan, Dumbo, The Aristocats, Lady and the Tramp, Song of the South, and The Jungle Book.
A new bill has been introduced in federal parliament that would give civil and criminal immunity to foreign military forces and police operating in Australia during a natural disaster or emergency, such as bushfires and the C0VID-19 pandemic.
“That’s exactly why people are marching.”
The United Nations is urging men to avoid “mansplaining” to women by assuming females are smarter and waiting for consent before providing a woman with information.
Avi Yemini of Rebel News has today filed a lawsuit against The State Of Victoria after he was twice arrested in two separate instances.
Someone needs to go to jail over this.
“Nothing disrupts racism more than when we confess the racist ideas that we sometimes express,” the book says.
South Australian authorities have recently enacted legislation granting police the power to enter homes and remove children in their efforts to quell the spread of coronavirus.
A five-year-old boy in North Carolina has been shot dead at point-blank range while riding his bike in his father’s front yard.
Nine News’ latest poll has revealed more than half of Australians believe police should be given the power to penalise people for spreading COVID-19 conspiracy theories.