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The Iron Curtain Draws Across The West

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poiuy

The Iron Curtain referred to the boundary separating the Soviet Union and some European countries from the Western world. It became not just of a physical border but a symbol of the ideological distinction between communism and liberal democracy. As is well known, the Soviet regime was authoritarian and repressed individual freedoms such as freedom of speech, freedom of assembly...

Section 51(xxvi). Repeal. Rescind. Delete!

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zxc

By crikey, I’m a little bothered we’re always at sea politically. The Left is pounding us with wave after relentless policy wave. The Liberal Party has drowned, its body face-down, bobbing and drifting. We libertarians, classical liberals and the otherwise centre-right are in danger of the rip sweeping us to sea. Things are perilous. Just look at the eddies and currents fatiguing...

‘All Great Change Begins at the Dinner Table’

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Leyonhjelm and Day

Last week, I commented on how spooky George Orwell’s predictions in his dystopian novel 1984 have become – a growing state, growing authoritarianism, the rise of rent-seekers and how our fellow citizens are being manipulated. So, let’s talk more about our fellow citizens, what’s happening with them, and how we can help them to fight back. Most people do not follow...

Phillip Adams Must Go

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I believe people should be allowed to say what they want. Free speech is a human right. Should you have to pay for it, though? Take yesterday’s reply to Kamahl from taxpayer-funded ABC journalist, Phillip Adams: Phillip Adams @PhillipAdams_1 Clearly, Kamahl, he made you an Honorary White. Whereas one of the most towering political figures of the 20th century was deemed unworthy of Bradman’s...

INTERVIEW: Wincing First-Hand Account of Uyghur Concentration Camp Torture

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This isn’t easy to read. Omar Bekali visited Adelaide recently to deliver a series of keynote speeches. At first glance, a man on a speaking tour seems ordinary enough. However, Omar’s story is anything but ordinary. A survivor of the Chinese Communist Party’s Xinjiang Camp, Omar Bekali, 46, presents as a courageous but scarred man with first-hand experience of the Chinese Government’s...

VIDEO: Doing What’s Right!

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A timely reminder about what’s at stake in Victoria … https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BDDQQWsvUl0

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