This is my opinion piece published in the Courier Mail on why I think January 26 needs to remain Australia Day and why I think it would be a terrible mistake to create a separate national day for indigenous Australians alone. Please have a read and let me know what you think. Do you agree Australia day […]
Today a young police officer is in a critical condition, fighting for his life after allegedly being run down by a 16 year old, serial car thief. Infuriatingly, the alleged driver had just been allowed to walk free from court. Today is also police remembrance day, a day to reflect and honour the deeds of […]
Senator Hanson was due to move a motion in the Senate on Thursday but was suspiciously delayed. The motion called on the Senate to address anti-white racism and acknowledge that it is okay to be white. Time and time again we’ve seen videos of people displaying the slogan, “it’s okay to be white,” attacked for […]
In question time Senator Hanson asked why the Government has continued to let Coles and Woolworths squeeze the life of the Australian dairy industry. The Senator also asked why won’t the government refer the conduct of Coles and Woolworths to the ACCC on the basis of their anticompetitive conduct in the dairy industry. The Australian […]
In 2016-17 a total of 40,000 permanent visas were issued to people from sub-Saharan Africa, North Africa and the Middle East. We have issued 291,975 permanent visas to people from these regions in the past decade. These regions have vastly different customs and practices to those in Australia, including the highest rates of polygamous unions […]
What do you think about a 9 year old refusing to stand for the National Anthem in school? Is it the parents fault? We are all Australians under the one flag. If the anthem’s good enough for Cathy Freeman, Johnathan Thurston, and Warren Mundine to stand, it should be good enough for this 9-year-old.