The Australia Day defence is a masterpiece in diversion

This piece is doing the rounds… The truth of Australia Day…. This is information that all Australians need to know. Especially those that believe it has to do with how anybody was treated. People should learn the true facts before … Continue reading

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Regeneration launch

One of the biggest environmental movements has combined a bunch of different perspectives into an overarching philosophy of Regeneration. Regeneration “puts life at the centre of every act and decision.” Please watch this 5 minute launch of one of the … Continue reading

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A new superpower on the rise

Anyone who has an ounce of modern history should be horrified by the chaos of the early 20th Century across Europe and much of the world – and grateful for the comparative peace and prosperity of the European Union. But … Continue reading

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Why I’m not an Australian Republican

With the death of Queen Elizabeth II – the Republican thing is starting again. My questions are systemic: what would it do to Australian politics to have an all-out campaign for who would be President? How much money would electing … Continue reading

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IF Labor wins, Libs will mainly whinge about rising interest rates

All we’ll hear from them will be “Labor’s economic emergency” and all that blah blah, even though interest rates are a macro-economic tool to combat global economic issues like inflation. You know – inflation caused by the Russian war raising … Continue reading

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