I see people talking about how in the Australian census, people who identified as Muslims has increased from 2.2% to 2.6%, and people are concerned because more people are identifying as no Religion. But what is the right thing to do? Should Australians say they are Christian on a census, because they are worried that Read more about Census Crisis[…]
For anybody with eyes to see and ears to hear (provided that they’re not being “educated” by the privately-financed mainstream media drip-feeders), it is obvious that our current government (irrespective of which major political party holds power) has sold out and has been zombified by the globalist, neoliberal neurotoxin (see the Parable of the Zombie Read more about Neoliberalism – Destruction of our Nation[…]
Western Capitalism is increasingly being exposed for its globalist orientation, essentially being a system by which the international bankers can keep everybody hood-winked to what is of true value, keeping people convinced that the worthless, debt-based currency that they issue by creating it out of thin air (and loaning it to our government with interest) Read more about Exposing the Cancerous TPP for What It Is – An Introduction[…]
“Gun control” vs “Gun liberty” Nearly 20 years after John Howard’s implementation of strong gun control laws in response to the Port Arthur Incident in 1996, SBS Insight ran an episode called, “How much control do we have over guns in Australia?” When it comes to the issue of civilian firearm ownership, the media would Read more about “Gun Control” vs “Gun Liberty”[…]
Generally, all of humanity can be divided into three categories.
1) There are the people who complacently settle for slavery to the status quo. Unconsciously driven by self-interest, they seem “happy” as long as their personal lives are unaffected by the decisions of those in power. Watching the news, reading the newspapers, they receive whatever opinion is being fed to them without consideration and censure. So many people honestly don’t seem to care about the injustices committed in this world and, if it benefits them, they could even be willing to side with the oppressor.
I was reading an article today with the above title, and in particular the subtitle was what grabbed me: “Why is there sympathy for those fleeing Syria but contempt for refugees on Nauru?” While they expose (rightly so) the misuse of the current refugee crisis for political ends on the part of both of our Read more about In response to “Refugees, border protection and the nationalist myth”[…]