“The First Amendment protects an individual’s right to speak his mind regardless of whether the government considers his speech sensible and well-intentioned or deeply ‘misguided,’ and likely to cause ‘anguish’ or ‘incalculable grief.'”
“Once again, laws brought in under the guise of ‘anti-intimidation’ will be used to intimidate, terrorize, frighten, and threaten anyone who rejects the new state religion with its new moral law code.”
Later this year, the Australian government will ask all Australians to decide: Should we recognise Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in The Constitution, with a Voice? It sounds harmless enough, right? In this episode, Evelyn Rae chats with Dr Stephen Chavura about Australia’s proposed Indigenous Voice to Parliament and what it could mean for all Australians.
“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.”
“Our society is legislating away the reality of biological sex, redefining women to include biological men; encoding legal fictions into law, and punishing those who refuse to comply.”
Evelyn Rae chats with William Spencer, host of the Renaissance of Men Podcast, about the war on masculinity, false solutions, and recovering biblical manhood.
“Just as man takes himself and claims to be a god, profanity includes taking what is unholy, then calling it Holy, and vice versa.”
“…a theology of ‘sorry’ places us in a man-centric ideology, which says that people who were previously here are of the land, and anyone else who comes in is just an invader, always, and must feel guilty about this in perpetuity. This is not a biblical theology of land ownership, it is pagan. And much of the church has taken on this way of thinking and called it ‘advocating for justice.'”
“False accusations of ‘racism’ or ‘hate’ are oftentimes only used to silence those who are neither racist nor hateful. It’s only those who reject such labels that the false charge is designed to silence.”
“It’s NOT ‘extremist’ to make sure parents have a say in their children’s education. It IS extremist to call a group of patriotic moms a ‘hate group.'”