In the last article, I talked about how capitalism and property rights were a step towards freedom. The previous system of Feudalism had ruled pretty much all agricultural societies from the beginning.
While reading online articles and stories, I often come across comments made by people who rarely supply their real name yet leave a lasting impression by adding something valuable to the main topic.
Our Westminster- based political system is far from perfect. Our major parties now appear to be increasingly influenced by powerful interests who promote policies hostile to traditional Australian values.
“Would you mind dropping me into Manchester please Harry?” “Sure thing boss,” I replied enthusiastically.” I liked the old man and enjoyed chatting with him. Most importantly however, it was a rare chance to drive him around in his car.
It’s often tempting to blame ignorance or laziness for the continual inability of the Australian press to name the left wing extremist organisations responsible for almost all political violence in this country.
Pheeew! That was a hectic couple of days. I’m no computer genius but according to my tech guy, we were HACKED!
Since becoming a Queensland Senator last year, I have assigned a staffer to listen to the stories of people who have been victims of questionable lending practices of Banks.
The problem with Australian politics is the paradox of a lack of clear choices and a context of unprecedented polarisation.
Context and explanation meant absolutely nothing to the outraged leftist media complex collaborating with self-interested politicians when accusing Senator Fraser Anning of Nazi levels of racism for saying the words “final solution”.
Did I ever mention that words are important? Did I tell you to watch out when people start re-defining words? One of the greatest achievements of the Left in recent decades has been the redefining of the term “Right wing” to mean something that it patently isn’t.
The great majority of Western populations have been allowed remarkably little input into the policies of multiculturalism, policies that will affect their lives and their futures.