The Sonia Kruger case shows that Australians need a guarantee for freedom of speech

For those who have forgotten what the Sonia Kruger case was about, on the 18th of July 2016 on the Today show (channel 9), Kruger made some common sense remarks about Islamic immigration, following on from an article by Andrew Bolt on the ...
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Police enforce “no-go areas” in Australia

With Lauren Southern being banned from certain parts of Lakemba, it is now official that there are “no-go areas” in Australia. Southern visited Sydney as part of a speaking tour. Whilst in the city, she decided to conduct some street interviews ...
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Police involvement in politics is a bad idea

The organisers of the tour for visiting Canadian patriots Lauren Southern and Stefan Molyneux have received a demand from the Victorian Police for almost $68,000 — an extortionate attempted cash grab just for them to do their job to keep law and ...
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Lauren Southern and Stefan Molyneux coming to Australia

Lauren Southern and Stefan Molyneux will be touring Australia and New Zealand in July 2018. They will be speaking at meetings in Melbourne, Perth, Adelaide, Sydney, Brisbane, and Auckland. It would be well worthwhile for patriots to support this tour ...
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Controversial commentator Milo Yiannopoulos to tour Australia

Controversial English commentator Milo Yiannopoulos is set to do a speaking tour of Australia in early December entitled “The Troll Academy Tour”. Undoubtedly, a slick and insightful provocateur, Yiannopoulos has risen to some fame in recent times as ...
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Patriots convicted for criticizing Islam

Yet another blow has been struck at the heart of democracy, with a Melbourne court convicting the “Bendigo Three” after they were charged with “knowingly engaging in conduct with the intention of inciting serious contempt for or revulsion of a class ...
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Abbott government panders to ethnic minority pressure on 18C, backflips on restoring free speech

In what he describes as a “leadership call”, Prime Minister Tony Abbott has broken yet another election promise, and abandoned proposed changes to section 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act, which may have gone some way to restoring freedom of ...
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What the “hate speech” debate misses

[Contributed article] The Abbott Government had taken a break from breaking election promises cheating the elderly of their pensions and pimping our country to Asia to announce, via Senator George Brandis, a couple of tweaks to the anti-free ...
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