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Greek mums fight “Safe Schools” – Jeff Kennett: Failure to play it safe

Wednesday – 1 June 2016 By Miranda Devine Jeff Kennet has to be kidding. The BeyondBlue chairman has called for the resignation of Roz Ward, the co-founder of the Safe Schools sexual indoctrination program. Kennett says her “extreme political views” rendered the Marxist academic “ineligible to be involved in any program …. in schools”. But Ward is just a symptom of ... Read More »

Socio-Political Commentary: Greens under Di Natale pose a danger to Australian freedoms

The Australian, 28 May 2016 Janet Albrechtsen Just over a year after Richard Di Natale’s surprise accession to the Greens leadership, it’s time to lay bare for voters the baloney that greeted his promotion. Remember how sections of the media told us that the smiling, homely doctor promised a more middle-of-the-road party? Propagating that line last June, The Monthly cooed ... Read More »

Labor Party elite protect their own kids from Safe School Program but not others

23 May 2016 At least we know that Opposition Leader Bill Shorten and Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews are sensible parents. Both Labor politicians have chosen to send their children to schools where they will be protected from the sexual propaganda of the Safe Schools program. Andrews has made Safe Schools mandatory in Victorian schools and derides as “bigots” anyone who criticises ... Read More »

On Bad Religious People

SERGEY KHUDIEV A translation of American journalist William Lobdell’s book, Losing My Religion: How I Lost My Faith Reporting on Religion in America – and Found Unexpected Peace, has recently been published in Russian. This book is interesting in many regards. Lobdell cannot be placed alongside the popular anti-religious propagandists; he is a much more serious and profound writer. Most likely this ... Read More »

Labor follows Greens on Safe Schools

The Australian – May 19, 2016 Joe Kelly – Political reporter Labor will review the carve-outs in Australia’s anti-discrimination laws, with Bill Shorten leaving open the door to removing further exemptions for religious institutions. The Opposition Leader also committed to extending funding for the contentious Safe Schools program beyond 2017 while providing no solid defence of religious freedoms amid a ... Read More »

Children sexualised in school diversity programs

The Australian – April 15, 2016 The sexualisation of children is not a method of domestic violence prevention. At worst it is an insidious form of abuse, often used by pedophiles to groom their victims. Yet Daniel Andrews’s government has funded another program in schools that encourages adults to sexualise children and expose them to sexually explicit materials. Such behaviour ... Read More »

Revolution of the Mind: Cyprus Elections – 2016

Andreas C Chrysafis What do I think of the upcoming May 22 elections? Not much! We see braying men and women as well as braying donkeys; senseless loud talking is none other than braying and we hear plenty of that, but no substance; politics have been reduced down to vocal slugging matches without dignity! The electorate are none the wiser ... Read More »

Year 8 kids to study sex ads under ‘domestic violence’ curriculum

The Australian – April 14, 2016 Natasha Bita – National correspondent, Brisbane Students as young as 12 will study sexualised personal ads and write their own advertisements seeking the “perfect partner’’ as part of a new school curriculum supposed to combat family violence. The classroom material includes an example ad from a “lustful, sexually generous’’ person seeking “sexy freak out ... Read More »

ΔΥΣΑΓΓΕΛΙΣΜΟΣ (On the Burning of Evangelismos Church)

  The burning of the Evangelismos church marks a historical watershed in our community, to which the historians of tomorrow will return DEAN KALYMNIOU Just over a month prior to the recent conflagration which caused untold damage to the Annunciation (Evangelismos) Church in East Melbourne, Athena Giankoulidis undertook an extensive mission to photograph almost every inch of that church accessible ... Read More »