“If we keep telling Aboriginal people that they are victims, we are effectively removing their agency and giving them the expectation that someone else is responsible for their lives. That is the worst possible thing you can do to any human being, to tell them that they are a victim without agency.”
“As Christians, we have to avoid wording that suggests final ownership of land is vested in people rather than with the Creator.”
“From trouble at school, views on religion, life on Melbourne’s streets, to drugs, homelessness, and rushed romance, Avi’s testimonial cuts through the left-wing media’s hate-funnelling hot-air.”
“The idea of being told on every policy, or even any policy, that they are working against indigenous interests will have the effect of weighting our parliament towards prioritising one small minority group far above every other, simply so they can avoid being called racist.”
“No Australian should ever again be dragged through a three-year legal process costing hundreds of thousands of dollars for engaging in important public debate about the welfare of children,” Shelton said.
“The Uluru Statement from the Heart is 26 pages long, not one. That is a fact, notwithstanding insults from the Prime Minister, hyperventilating from his cabinet, a rewrite of history by Indigenous activists, and outright lies from The Guardian.”
“Musk fired back, ‘Well of course they prefer censorship-friendly social media. The Australian public does not.'”
“…this is about dividing Australia along racial lines by entrenching indigenous separatism and constitutionally enshrining ‘the idea that Aboriginal people are perpetual victims forever in the need of special measures’.”
“The Church in Australia will stand firm for God’s truth, and take much needed action, when she knows her God!”
“The Queensland Coalition senator has tabled a bill asking how, and why, Calvary Hospital was forced to surrender its Christian ethos, and ownership to the Labor/Green cabal by the end of June.”
“The concept of the Voice is the first step in redistributing power,” said the senior advisor to the Labor Government on the Voice to Parliament.
“The legislation would bestow on the government the absolute power to silence political opponents.”
“Never before in Australian history has a politician’s maiden speech to parliament been banned from YouTube.”
“Their lack of response is cause for concern. Particularly considering the importance of the event and the issues discussed.”