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Pride In Prejudice – 370,000 reasons why one type of bigotry is more important than others?

October 27, 2020 - 20:00 -- Editor

The subject of bigotry is fraught with danger and it’s with trepidation that one wanders through the minefield waving their opinion aloft for all to see.

My view is all bigotry is bad and no one form of bigotry is any worse or more justified than another. I also believe that this should be the attitude taken by all levels of government. To treat one form of bigotry as more important than others is is a form of bigotry itself.

Reservoir Dogs – Legal threats, incompetence and the flat out farcical

July 25, 2020 - 11:43 -- Editor

Somewhere in Western Sydney the smirk will be slowly turning into a frown on the face of Susai Benjamin.

I’ve written a few articles about the Blacktown Councillor over the years, allegations of branch stacking, his attitude towards violence against women, and about the factional backers that support him.

White Lines – Cocaine and shotguns hit Victoria’s wetlands

May 24, 2020 - 13:54 -- Editor

Last weekend was an important one in Victoria as some of the Covid-19 restrictions had been lifted meaning people could do some of those things they’d been hanging out to do.

You couldn’t go to your local gym. Catching a flick at the movies was out. A sit down breakfast in your local café was still a no go, dinner at a restaurant was definitely off the menu, and going for a pint at the local pub was still a distant memory.

Look The Other Way-Australia’s double standard on war crimes and torture.

May 13, 2020 - 20:50 -- Editor

I want you to imagine a scenario, it’s a fictitious one but a relevant one.

I want you to imagine that the Chinese government has been investigated by the International Criminal Court and found to have committed horrendous war crimes that include the illegal murder of women and children and multiple acts of torture. Seriously heinous international crimes that need to be prosecuted.

Envious – The short-lived Battle of the Dans

May 10, 2020 - 16:04 -- Editor

The Morrison government attempt to crap on Daniel Andrews but only end up crapping in their own nest.

So not only is Australia a participant in the battle against Covid 19, we are apparently bearing witness to the “Battle of the Dans”, Federal Education Minister Dan Tehan vs Victorian Premier Dan Andrews.

This far from epic battle saw the Premier come out victorious before he even had an opportunity to show up and join the fight.

In Your Honor – Letting foreign nations degrade the memory of our diggers

May 1, 2020 - 10:10 -- Editor

It’s a saying that dates back to ancient Greece to a man named Aeschylus who was born in 525 BC;

In war, truth is the first casualty.”

I wrote this for publication on Independent Australia on ANZAC Day.

A day where we honour the memories of those who fought and died in armed combat to defend both our country and our allies.

It is also a day where we make a solemn oath to not forget their names, their deeds, and their motivations. 

All Apologies – News Ltd apologise to Labor’s Melissa Parke

April 20, 2020 - 10:46 -- Editor

On the 26th March this year, something unusual happened.

News Ltd were forced to take a big bite of humble pie and print an apology to former Labor MP Melissa Parke in the Herald Sun. This apology came after articles were printed that could have given the impression that Ms. Parke was an anti-Semite after she was critical of Israel’s human rights record.