Anti-Australian attack upon Cook’s Cottage

In what must be one of the most moronic acts of the year, Anarchists in Melbourne have vandalised Captain Cook’s Cottage, by spray-painting their stupid slogans all over the historic building located in the Fitzroy Gardens, as some sort of infantile ...
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Cook’s Cottage vandalised in racist attack

In what has been described by the Mayor of Melbourne as “an act of bastardry”, Captain Cook’s Cottage in the Fitzroy Gardens (Melbourne) has been vandalized, with a group of anarchists claiming responsibility. This was the second attack on the ...
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Julia Gillard accused of sacking Senator “for being white”

Andrew Bolt, in the Herald Sun, has accused Prime Minister Gillard of sacking Senator Trish Crossin because she is white, to be replaced by Aboriginal athlete Nova Peris. At her joint press conference held by Gillard and Peris in Canberra, Gillard ...
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The cult of “The Other” and the end of academic freedom

By Andrew Fraser Academic freedom in Australia is dying before our eyes; another sacrifice performed in the now holy name of “The Other.”  In the universities, as elsewhere, public criticism of privileged minorities must walk a shaky legal ...
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The Case of the White Horse, and other niceties…

[Contributed article] Years ago when I was studying in South Korea, a Korean told me about the latest headlines in the national newspapers. They read something like this, “The Case of the White Horse”: The article was in regards to an ...
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When is racism acceptable?

In the politically correct atmosphere of current politics and journalism, "racism" (real or imagined) is normally deemed unacceptable; except, of course, for racism against people of European descent. Murdoch University lecturer Dr. Anne ...
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