The Votetonyout campaign is driven by Getup/Alinsky-type fanatics, if not directly by GetUp!. Zali Steggall seems to be the endorsed candidate for this group. Steggall in her interview with Steve Price on 2GB showed with her political rhetoric that she’s just another Green-left type with an infantilised abhorrence of anything conservative. She is supported by an instagram campaign showing anti-Abbott agitators wearing T-shirts with ‘Time’s up Tony’ in different colours. Very clever.
If you become a sucker to this paradigm leftist agitation, you’re supporting the full box of gender theory, white patriarchy, identity politics, whiteness studies, sexualisation of children (the Marxist safe schools program) open borders, radical retribution of wealth, zero emissions, and so on and so on…
Nobody should be fooled by the ridiculous claim that the agitation is coming from ‘ordinary non-political concerned citiziens’. You could not be more gullible if you fell for that.
The anti-Abbott campaign is what GetUp! and like-groups are preparing for any conservative who goes up against the hegemony of the Green-Left.
Mike Seccombe wrote a detailed account in The Saturday Paper (28 Oct 2016) of GetUp!’s stunningly successful tactics in the 2016 federal election which saw some key Liberal MPs lose their seats. Seccombe and The Saturday Paper are entrenched on the left. They would rather choke than say anything complimentary about those on the ‘hard right’. Seccombe’s piece is uncritical and its tone is of admiration. Nothing about the unconscionable merciless lies and manipulations that mark GetUp!’s campaigns against conservatives. Nevertheless, as far as it goes, his report provides a stark warning for conservatives in the coming federal election, said to be in May. Unless conservatives formulate strategies to check GetUp!, there’ll be a wipe-out. Australia will be given up to the far-left and the Orwellian world they tirelessly impose on the people under the guise of ‘fairness and democracy’. The echoes of the 1930s are on the left, not on the right. Below are the relevant passages from Seccombe’s report.
The available evidence shows…that the conservative parties lost the ground war [in the 2016 federal election]. Their opponents outgunned them when it came to directly interacting with voters in vulnerable seats. They actually talked to the people.
The GetUp! campaign was something unprecedented. It was by far the biggest, best-organised campaign run by an organisation not directly affiliated with a party.
Continue reading A reminder of getup!’s manipulative power
Transgender politics have taken Americans by surprise, and caught some lawmakers off guard.
Just a few short years ago, not many could have imagined a high-profile showdown over transgender men and women’s access to single-sex bathrooms in North Carolina.
But transgender ideology is not just infecting our laws. It is intruding into the lives of the most innocent among us—children—and with the apparent growing support of the professional medical community.
As explained in my 2016 peer reviewed article, “Gender Dysphoria in Children and Suppression of Debate,” professionals who dare to question the unscientific party line of supporting gender transition therapy will find themselves maligned and out of a job. Read on
Yumi Stynes whom I had never seen or heard of before her reported clash with veteran television personality Kerry-Anne Kennerley on Studio 10 last Monday accused Kennerley of racism because Kennerley said: ‘OK, the 5000 people who went through the streets making their points known, saying how inappropriate [Australia] day is. Has any single one of those people been out to the outback, where children, babies, five-year-olds are being raped? Their mothers are being raped, their sisters are being raped. They get no education. What have you done?’
Kennerley only repeated what Jacinta Price and Warren Mundine have often said of the terrible circumstances in some Aboriginal communities and the lack of action, precisely by those who blow their mouth off hardest about Aboriginal disadvantage. I refer to my previous comment about Jacinta Price.
Continue reading Yumi Stynes is a fool
On Australia Day, celebrate don’t hate.
With Nyunggai Warren Mundine and Jacinta Nampijinpa Price, the Aboriginal community have at last some enlightened leadership. Instead of spouting the postmodernist/identity rhetoric that only achieves enmity, Warren and Jacinta are facing the concrete issues of their people while building bridges with the rest of Australia most of whom want to see Aboriginals flourish in the land Australia has become since 1788. They offer an antidote to the poison of radical European philosophy that pretends to describe the circumstances of Aboriginals and prescribe the steps for their salvation. Below is Jacinta’s Price’s moving account of her terrible suffering while growing up and of her accusations against the hypocrites who abandoned her in their self-indulgence. What she suffered is unimaginable for most of us. Despite the suffering, she saw the good in people and in her country. She saw the road to the inheritance her country built and offers to its people. She wants to take her community along this road.
Jacinta Nampijinpa Price Australia Day January 26, 2019
” Not once! Not one time have I seen The
Greens or labor speak out, not once have I seen you Indigenous cohorts speak
out! Not once! You have never spoken out about stopping the violence, stopping
the alcoholism, stopping the child abuse and sexual assault, no, you just want
to talk about how “White man” has some how oppressed you. Oppressed you? Excuse
you! Most of you leading the pack are well educated, had opportunities some of
us only dare dreamed about, you manipulate the mobs, especially the ones less
educated or fortunate for your own selfish white hating reasons! Shame on you!
Shame shame shame!
Continue reading Jacinta nampijinpa price – celebrate, don’t hate
The tennis world was eager to see how young Greek Stefanos Tsitsipas would fare against aging Spanish champion Rafael Nadal. There seemed to be a wish that Tsitsipas would prevail over the Spanish bull. Wishful thinking, indeed. Nadal gored the young Greek. But it was not the anticipated clash that drew my attention in the first place.
Once again, television news reports showed crowds of Greek supporters draped in Greek colours loudly proclaiming in Australian accents their support for Tsitsipas . If you speak with an Australian accent, you have grown up in Australia. The Greek case of Australians identifying with another nation and culture is not the only one.
Continue reading Australia – becoming a land of colonies?
Jason Ball gained some national notice when he staged his coming
out in 2012 as the second Australian Rules player to do so. He maintained the
continuity of this national action by throwing himself into the LGBTI cause. Wanting
to do more to correct the attitudes of Australian society, he joined the
Greens, putting himself forward as a candidate for the federal seat of Higgins traditionally
a super-safe seat for the Liberals. In the 2016 federal election, he succeeded
in eating into the margin of Liberal MP Kelly O’Dwyer, showing there had been a
demographic change in the electorate favouring the left. Buoyed by the results,
and full of confidence, Ball pushed on with preparations for the 2019 federal
election. But, alas, Ball’s imprudent behaviour seems to have destroyed any
chance he had.
In July 2016, Ball, unable to control himself, had a bout of
furious sweaty sex with a campaign volunteer in a toilet cubicle of a gay nightclub.
This tawdry behaviour might have gone unnoticed except for the momentum of the
#metoo movement. The Australian’s Chip
Le Grand, supporting Ball with some euphemistic journalism, has favoured us
with an account
of the incident (23 Jan 2019).
Continue reading The greens blow themselves up
by Paul Stenhouse MSC PhD
Fr Stenhouse, an expert on the Middle East and editor of Annals Australasia, debunks the constantly repeated claim that Christians and Muslims lived in peace until the Crusades.
CURRENT wisdom would have it that ‘five
centuries of peaceful co-existence’ between Muslims and Christians were brought
to an end by ‘political events and an imperial-papal power play,’ that was to
lead to a ‘centuries-long series of so-called “holy-wars” that pitted
Christendom against Islam, and left an enduring legacy of misunderstanding and
A school textbook, Humanities Alive 2,
for Year 8 students in the Australian State of Victoria, carries the
anti-Christian/anti-Western argument further:
who destroyed the World Trade Centre are regarded as terrorists… Might it be
fair to say that the Crusaders who attacked the Muslim inhabitants of Jerusalem
were also terrorists. 
Muhammad died in Medina on June 8, 632 AD.
The first of the eight Crusades to free the Holy Places in Palestine from
Muslim control and offer safe passage to the Holy Land for Christian pilgrims,
was called only in 1095. At the risk of sounding pedantic, the period in
question is not ‘five centuries’, but four hundred and sixty-three years; and
those years, we contend, were not characterized by ‘peaceful coexistence’.
Continue reading The Crusades in Context
One of the strange things about politics today is the attempt by Left-wing activists to demonise ‘nationalism’.
For normal people, loving one’s country is a natural feeling. It gives them a sense of belonging, the comfort of having a clear national identity.
Most Australians are proud of our country’s achievements. For many decades, this was the unifying purpose of Australia Day: celebrating the greatness of our nation and the Western civilisation that arrived here on 26 January 1788.
We know Australia is a wonderful place because so many people from overseas want to come here (often by any means possible).
But in recent years, the Green-Left has tried to turn Australia Day into a day of division. They want to ‘change the date’ or even abandon the celebrations altogether.
The Australia-haters have come from within. They want to make us feel guilty about our love of country and ashamed of our national day. Read on…
Arthur Evelyn St. John Waugh was born in 1903 to upper-middle-class Anglicans who lived in a suburb of London. He attended a boarding secondary school (Lancing College), read history at Oxford, published his first book (a biography of the painter Dante Gabriel Rossetti) at age twenty-four, then his first novel a year later. Waugh married that same year (1928), divorced after two years, and converted to Catholicism. After the first marriage was declared null, he married a Catholic by whom he had seven children. He served honorably but ineffectively as an infantry officer in World War II, and was to publish thirteen novels, as well as seven travel books, three biographies, a volume of autobiography, and numerous essays and book reviews. Lionized in the 1920s as a trendy man of fashion, he became increasingly conservative in politics and churchmanship and notorious for his truculent contempt for the sham enthusiasms of modernity. He died on Easter Sunday, 1966, at his house in Somerset. Read on…