Leftists/”progressives”/socialists are not welcome here. Pay for your own soapbox.
‘I believe that politicians, lawyers, busy-bodies and do-gooders are like salamis- greatly improved by hanging for a time.’ Oswald Bastable
- "The loss of freedom is like cancer; it will spread slowly but surely across all parts of society until our liberty has been utterly eaten away and we are left with nothing but a half-forgotten idea of what freedom was."
‘SBS reporter Scott McIntyre sparks outrage on twitter with ‘despicable’ Anzac comments
A HIGH-profile SBS presenter has come under fire for a vicious public attack on Australian Diggers in which he implied that Anzacs were rapists and terrorists…’
Which is a fine irony, since SBS, like the ABC, is an apologist for islamist terrorists and rapists…
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‘deep-seated cultural codes, religious beliefs and structural biases have to be changed’
This woman is incapable of feeling shame. Or humility.
Anzac Day is dying, becoming irrelevant, says the leftard scum.
Not yet. Not yet by a very long shot. This scene was repeated all across Australia and New Zealand.
‘Bikie gang roars off during the Last Post at Waiouru’
For a certain segment of the population, civilized norms are a thing of the past. Assholes.
No, we are not:
‘A trade pact being negotiated in secret may create new criminal sanctions for illicit downloading of films and TV shows.
The terms of the TPP will not be made public until a deal has been struck between the 12 countries, which account for 40 per cent of the global economy.
…As the TPP talks enter their final stretch, the telco industry has lodged a Copyright Code with the Australian Communications and Media Authority which would create a streamlined scheme for ISPs to hand over customers’ details to film studios...’
The TPP will also:
“override national immigration restrictions in the name of facilitating the free flow of labor.”
The ‘One World Order’ was a paranoid conspiracy theorist’s fantasy a few years ago. The reality is that it’s here, already.
“Of course our people are free. They’re free to do whatever is not expressly forbidden” Erich Honecker, former leader of East Germany.