Guest post: The price of freedom is eternal vigilance
Jul23

Guest post: The price of freedom is eternal vigilance

As readers may be aware, the Bendigo Mosque has recently been approved, despite strong community opposition. The local government has been supported in its decision to ignore its duties towards the people of Bendigo by corporate entities, the main culprit being the Bendigo Bank. It pretends to be a diverse and tolerant organisation, but shut down the accounts of the the local concerned citizens group because it exercised its...

Read More
An open letter to the Premier of Victoria
Mar07

An open letter to the Premier of Victoria

Today I have the great pleasure of publishing a tremendously powerful open letter to the Victorian Premier, Denis Napthine. It relates to Victoria’s atrocious abortion laws that have legalised the murder of probably over 1 million children. ***** Dear Mr Napthine I was delighted when you took over as Premier because of your principled stance in voting against the 2008 abortion bill. What led you to make a 180 degree U-turn?...

Read More
Why Islam must push its presence into Bendigo
Feb27

Why Islam must push its presence into Bendigo

As readers may be aware, there are plans to build a giant mosque in the regional Victorian city of Bendigo. Melodious Ocean is the name of a new blog site that covers Islamic affairs in Australia and I am very grateful to republish this piece today. It explains why Islam wants Bendigo: it’s all about domination over everyone else. In this case, domination of Australia’s Buddhist community. Please note that I do not publish...

Read More
Puerile Politics
Nov26

Puerile Politics

This piece is gratefully republished from Mishka Gora’s blog, Eyes of the Mind. She expresses so much more clearly than I could the problems with the Tasmanian parliament’s recent decision to decriminalise abortion. ***** The Tasmanian parliament has finally passed the Reproductive Health (Access to Terminations) Act 2013 after a drawn-out committee process and numerous amendments. The original bill was a highly flawed...

Read More
No more sweeping under the carpet….
Oct21

No more sweeping under the carpet….

Today features this site’s first guest author, Mishka Gora. Mishka offers an insightful piece about the importance of understanding suffering and autonomy in the context of the seemingly never-ending push by pro-euthanasia and pro-abortion advocates in our parliaments. Mishka has witnessed tremendous suffering while volunteering in war-torn former Yugoslavia. I hope that interesting and articulate guest authors will become a...

Read More

Pin It on Pinterest