Beheadings in the backyard
Sep18

Beheadings in the backyard

Over 800 police have swooped to arrest 15 suspected terrorists preparing for attacks in Brisbane and Sydney. Authorities have not yet released all the details, but it has been announced that police disrupted a plan to attack random members of the public. In full view of the public. It is alleged that this would have included beheadings and mass shootings. Not surprisingly, the alleged terrorist activity was to have been conducted by...

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Real compassion: a border protection policy that works

Apparently, there’s no compassion in a border protection policy that works. But there is more compassion in a failed joke of a policy that saw our nation’s borders left wide open while over 1000 people died while scrambling across the sea to get in. The Fairfax and ABC journalists are frothing at the mouth about compassion in every second article. But it is just a meaningless word. The fact is this: they want...

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Stop the boats? It’s working swimmingly!
Feb18

Stop the boats? It’s working swimmingly!

Tony Abbott’s policy of stopping the boats is going swimmingly. And the Left hates it. They would prefer for Australia’s government to completely neglect its responsibility to protect our borders. Instead, under the deceitful claim of compassion, the Left would welcome in those who seek to destroy our nation. They are living in a land of fantasy, fuelled by negative emotion. It starts with self-loathing. The Left hate themselves. Then...

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Underestimating the enemy
Dec06

Underestimating the enemy

Never underestimate your enemy. As a cliché, it’s an oldie. But it’s also a goodie. Unfortunately, it assumes that you know who your enemy is. And in the West’s case, we don’t. We don’t know who the enemy is because post-modern Western philosophy is based on the ideal that all people are good. It assumes that all ideas have inherent value. This philosophy presupposes that there is no enemy. But that’s a load of rubbish. Not all people...

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‘The traitorous ABC’ or ‘A mug’s game with Indonesia’
Dec05

‘The traitorous ABC’ or ‘A mug’s game with Indonesia’

The ABC’s decision to publish stolen top secret documents has clearly damaged Australia’s relationship with Indonesia. And for what? So smirking ABC journalists could thumb their nose at the new government that they hate so much. It cannot be for any other reason. It is not in the public’s interest to know about the contents of classified surveillance programs. If it was, they would not be classified. And it most certainly is not in...

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Abbott: ticking the controversial boxes early
Nov15

Abbott: ticking the controversial boxes early

Today, Online Opinion has published a piece I have written regarding the Abbott government’s early approach to controversial issues. In a nutshell, the new Prime Minister is doing as much as he needs to do, not as much as he should do. In the absence of any credible political threat on the right, all the Liberal & National parties need to do to keep faith with conservative voters is be less ‘progressive’ than...

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