Published in The Spectator Australia. Read it here… Continue reading COVID Normal: Life Without Freedom?
We were supposed to learn from history, not repeat it. The excessive relinquishing of our freedoms and civil liberties has led us down a dark path, one which will only lead to chaos and despair. From the moment COVID19 became a major issue, the political manipulation of fear for the purpose of gaining increased powers was bound to occur. When it comes to power, politicians … Continue reading The End Of Democracy
Life works in the most mysterious ways. Remember that because it’s going to be the central focus to this one. Sometimes, the most random things happen, but they can be the most incredible things. It is these moments that really make us think about both life itself and the people that come into our lives. Over the past couple of years, I’ve experienced some of … Continue reading Life Works In Mysterious Ways
Human rights are a necessary part of life, if you want a good one that is. Without them, we can easily fall victim to tyrannical governments and leaders, who value power over the people. Human rights are what separate us from constant misery, what protects us from the harshest treatment. If there is anything that must be protected, it is them. Now more than ever, … Continue reading In Defense of Human Rights
Daniel Andrews is by far the worst Premier Australia has ever seen. This is coming from someone who saw the disaster that Kristina Keneally was in office in NSW. But as terrible as she was, Daniel Andrews has truly gone above and beyond in the realm of bad leadership. The man has, through a quest for power, annihilated the State of Victoria. Melbourne, once the … Continue reading Victoriastan: How Daniel Andrews Brought A State To Its Knees