Revolution or Re-Formation?

In 2008, 85 Australian laws were changed to remove discrimination against LGBTIQ people. They were also given civil registers in five states. However, we are now in a revolution where the battle over the understanding of marriage is a tipping point. This revolution is not good. It’s releasing a spirit of fear, intimidation and false accusations […]

Triumph of identity politics over open debate (The Australian)

Triumph of identity politics over open debate Excerpt from an article in The Australian by Greg Sheridan September 15, 2016 The single most depressing aspect of the debate about the proposed same-sex marriage plebiscite is the determination that there not be a debate — more than that, the authoritarian, censorious, profoundly illiberal strain that the […]

Ethnic community concerns dismissed by transgender and homosexual agenda

Ethnic community concerns dismissed by transgender and homosexual agenda 8th September 2016 In response to a petition against Safe Schools signed by over 17,000 members of the Chinese Australian community, former High Court Judge Michael Kirby, dismissed their concerns in a most patronising manner, stating that the Chinese Australian community have “got to be told” […]

Please sign and share this petition to protect religious freedom in Victorian schools

Last week the Daniel Andrews Government launched an extraordinary attack on religious freedom in Victorian Christian Schools and churches. The State government has introduced a Bill – the Equal Opportunity (Religious Exceptions) Bill 2016 –  to restrict the ability of religious bodies, charities, schools and educational institutions to employ staff according to their faith and ethos. The […]

Australians must demand to be respected by politicians for a plebiscite on marriage

Australians must demand to be respected by politicians for a plebiscite on marriage By Paul Monagle National President of the Australian Family Association August 30th 2016 The Turnbull government has a mandate for a plebiscite on marriage. Those opposing the plebiscite are engaging in hypocrisy. A Fairfax-Ipsos poll found that “A thumping 69 per cent […]