Category Archives: Australia

“We should measure welfare’s success by how many people leave welfare, not by how many people are added.” Ronald Reagan Arthur Brooks, president of the American Enterprise Institute, was right when he said, “Our goal should never be to make poverty less miserable. Our goal must be to make poverty more escapable.” Brooks went on to point out, “getting things without working for them is a very hard habit to break. Getting things without working for them can become a way of life.” Australia, like many other nations, continues to prove this to be the case, as the number of…

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Paul Murray from Sky News, a proponent of Same-Sex Marriage, has recently conceded, “Cory Bernardi and others were right.” During his show, Paul Murray Live, Murray stated: I believed that the YES vote was the right case and I believed it for a long time… But Cory Bernardi and others were right. It wasn’t just about a vote about marriage. In fact, it would be about rolling back the way the system currently works for religious organisations to decide whether or not they can hire people based on their sexuality, whether they can decide to marry people based on their…

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Magda Szubanski has taken to Twitter to express, what she believes, is the “basics” of the #TimesUp movement: the masculine name and appearance of the Oscar statuette. Szubanski asked her followers why the award still looks like a “mandroid.” She went on to question if anyone had thought of renaming or redesigning the statue to “something less blokey… less, dare I say, binary.” Re #TimesUp let’s start with the basics Why does the #Oscar statue still look like a mandroid? Has anyone thought of renaming him ?? Something less obviously blokey perhaps. And maybe redesign the statue? Again, something less…

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Peter Worland, executive director of Uniting tells us, “everyone is born in the image of God.” What that means, according to Worland, is that “every person is… not born broken, but born perfect. And that means every LGBTI person as well.”  Is that what the Bible says, or is Peter Worland and his friends at the Uniting Church, contradicting the faith they claim to profess? Here’s what the Bible actually says. You be the judge: I was brought forth in iniquity, and in sin did my mother conceive me. (Ps. 51:5) The heart is deceitful above all things, and…

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Should women be allowed to serve on the front line in combat roles? According to 2GB, “women have been allowed in combat roles since 2013 but an exemption in the Sex Discrimination Act still allows discrimination against women being given those positions.” Should women be allowed to serve on the front line in combat roles? — Caldron Pool (@caldronpool) February 6, 2018 A proposal to remove that exemption has been opposed by Senator Cory Bernardi who told Ben Fordham, “I’m reflecting the view from the front line soldiers, from the SAS, and the Commando Regiment officers and members whom I…

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“It seems tragic that a woman would bring a child into the world for no reason other than she couldn’t afford to have a termination.” Plibersek Morally bankrupt Labor politicians, Tanya Plibersek and Catherine King, penned a piece for the Sydney Morning Herald lamenting the fact that Australian women cannot kill their unborn children with equal convenience. “Every Australian should have access to the health services they need… Abortion is one of the most common medical procedures that Australian women will experience in their lives.” But due to Australia’s “patchwork of abortion laws” women who wish to end the life of their…

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Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has announced a pledge of $90 million to support Global Partnership for Education (GPE). The pledge came hours after singer, and GPE ambassador, Rhianna (Net Worth $230 million) asked Julie Bishop and Malcolm Turnbull if they would, “step up with a $200 million pledge…” hi @JulieBishopMP & @TurnbullMalcolm will you step up w/ a ?? $200M pledge to #FundEducation at the @GPforEducation conference in Senegal tomorrow? Kick off your 1st year on the #HumanRightsCouncil by giving the universal human right to education! ?? @claralionelfdn @glblctzn — Rihanna (@rihanna) February 1, 2018 Cory Bernardi responded to the…

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Peta Credlin brutally destroys former Prime Minister of Australia and Labor politician, Kevin Rudd. Excerpt and video below: You’d be hard pressed to find anyone, Liberal voter or not, who’d think your defeat of John Howard was anything other than a backward step for Australia. You inherited 50 billion in the bank. No net debt. And surplus budgets as far as the eye could see. When you were turfed out of office in 2013 debt had ballooned to almost 300 billion. And that surplus you promised, year after year after year never turned up. An economic conservative? Give me a…

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The results of the same-sex plebiscite were announced on 15 November 2017, and a few weeks later Australia became the 26th nation in the world to legislate for same-sex marriage. The Prime Minister was beside himself, as he punched the air, like an Aussie batsman who had just scored a century against the old foe, England. ‘Australia has done it,’ he proclaimed, ‘What a day for love, for equality, for respect.’ Step aside Neville Chamberlain who was overjoyed at guaranteeing peace in our time in 1938. Here is Malcolm Turnbull in 2017: ‘This belongs to us all. This is Australia…

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In a previous article, we noted that the goal of multiculturalism is “diversity in harmony,” however that end will not be achieved unless all parties involved share that same goal. Sadly, that’s not the case. While all peoples are equal, all cultures are not, despite the delusions of the cultural relativists. That’s why, as Mark Steyn rightly noted: The interesting thing about multiculturalism is it’s a uni-cultural phenomenon. You can’t be multicultural in Saudi Arabia, it’s impossible. The Pew Research Center found, 88% of Muslims in Egypt; 62% in Pakistan; 86% in Jordan and 51% in Nigeria, believe Muslim apostates…

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The following excerpt is taken from Black but comely, or, Glimpses of Aboriginal life in Australia, by missionary Rev. J.B. Gribble (1847-1893): Eliza Nelson, a pure aboriginal, was, when I found her in the camp, a most pitiable object; but under Christian training she soon exhibited some most attractive traits of character. First of all she was led to see herself a lost sinner. She showed every sign of a true repentance, and then there followed a simple trust in Christ, which she never again lost. I saw from the first that she was very delicate. Consumption, the dread enemy of…

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Winston Churchill once said, “When there is no enemy within, the enemies outside cannot hurt you.” Any comfort that thought may bring cannot last long for Westerners. Outside, there are no shortage of enemies, but inside, it’s more evident each day that there is no shortage of those who wish to destabilise national unity. Today, much of Western culture operates according to the ideology of Social or Cultural Marxism. The philosophy of Marxism is inherently divisive, and the form in which it is popularly expressed today is certainly no exception. Also known as Political Correctness and Multiculturalism, this ideology can…

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Australian Labor Senator Katy Gallagher accuses colleague Senator Mitch Fifield of “Mansplaining.” She was not at all prepared for his response. I just find it extraordinary, Senator–I just find it extraordinary that you, or any Senator at this table would seek to invoke gender in impugning how a Senator is responding. “Mansplaining.” Let the record show that Senator Gallagher thinks it’s appropriate to refer to a Senator as “Mansplaining”… Take a good look at yourself. I mean, sitting here and saying to a male Senator, “You’re Mansplaining” — If I said to a female Senator, “You are Womansplaining” there would…

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“It was my sad duty to prepare the coffin, and to place the little wasted black form therein; but amid my tears, joy filled my heart to overflowing at the thought of this precious gem, the glorified spirit of our dear little Waradgeri girl, shining in beauty in the Saviour’s crown.”

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Jacinta Price has shared a remarkable letter she received from “a true survivour and the kind of Aboriginal woman our leaders need to listen to, especially Greens Leader Di Natale.”  I want to share this letter sent to me by a woman I regard as a sister. She is a true survivor and the kind of Aboriginal woman our leaders need to listen to, especially Greens Leader Di Natale!! Hear her words and please share her story! – I’ve spent an hour trying to figure out how to start this letter and there’s no easy or good way to…

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Spotify has removed the Australian Conservatives #AC100 Australia Day playlist after it was deemed “inappropriate and/or offensive.” An email from the streaming service states: We’ve received notice that your uploaded content has been reported as including inappropriate content and violates our Profile and Playlist Image Guidelines. We’ve removed it from Spotify. Music for everyone – unless you're a conservative.@SpotifyAU has deemed our festive #AustraliaDay playlist of 100 Aussie classics 'too offensive'. Disagree? Join our Australia Day campaign at https://t.co/IbA3nt8GW0 pic.twitter.com/FXu6XcnNKN — Aust Conservatives (@AuConservatives) January 18, 2018 The removal of the playlist follows criticism from singer Darren Hayes who warned…

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Australian singer/songwriter, Darren Hayes has threatened Cory Bernardi and the Australian Conservatives after Bernardi included his music in a Spotify play list. A Tweet by the Australian Conservatives says, the play list was launched by Bernardi as “an alternative to Triple J’s ‘Hottest 100’ after they abandoned Australia Day.” .@CoryBernardi launches the #AC100, an alternative to @TripleJ “Hottest 100” after they abandoned #AustraliaDay. Click to listen to the @spotify playlist and vote for your favourites: https://t.co/qlknkhHH5j #auspol #ABetterWay pic.twitter.com/GHy6GDe659 — Aust Conservatives (@AuConservatives) January 17, 2018 Hayes responded by saying, “I do not want to be associated with you, your party…

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The Queensland Government no longer requires a person’s gender to be displayed on their driver’s licence. According to an internal document obtained by The Courier Mail, the move to make driver’s licences genderless followed complaints from the LGBTI community who argued the mandatory gender identification was discriminatory. The Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) confirmed the move towards genderless licences was due to the need to make driver’s and marine licences compliant with new anti-discrimination laws. According to the document: TMR has received complaints and suggestions from members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex community about displaying…

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Five local counsels have decided against marking 26 January as Australia Day following debate about whether the day should be moved to a less controversial date. In response, Mark Latham and Jacintha Price have together launched the Save Australia Day campaign which will be run on radio and television. Latham has argued that 26 January has always been a vital date in Australian history:   Ill-informed Leftists are spreading the furphy that Australia Day on 26 January is a recent invention. In fact, the early settlers celebrated each 26 January anniversary and in 1818 (the 30 year anniversary) Governor Macquarie…

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has dismissed a United Nations vote to reject US President Donald Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital. The resolution condemning the Trump administration’s move was passed with overwhelming support on Thursday. A total of 128 countries voted in favour of the resolution, while only nine voted against it. There were 35 absentions, including Australia. Rowan Dean took to Twitter to express his disappointment in Australia’s betrayal, stating: Every Australian should hang their head in shame today. By abstaining at the U.N. our govt has betrayed an ally we promised to support only months ago (Israel)…

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