Battleground Melbourne: Courage On Show At CPAC

Over the weekend, I attended CPAC and had the privilege of listening to four incredible stories of immense courage in the face of oppressive authoritarian forces.

These four individuals, everyday Australians, had their lives turned upside down. They went through some incredibly difficult times. But even when they hit their lowest, they kept fighting on, not only for the people of Melbourne, but for all Australians.

Read all about their stories in my latest piece for The Spectator Australia.

1,000 Australian Schools Are Fed Insects

Bugs are on the menu at 1000 Australian schools. From crickets and mealworms to cockroach milk, the World Economic Forum think this is the future of food.

In a video taken at one school, students are being encouraged to consume chips made from powdered crickets.

There may be attempts to normalise this, but there is nothing normal or healthy about it. And the potential consequences of consuming insects could be dire.

Read my latest for The Spectator Australia.

The Perversion Of The English Language

Language is a powerful vessel. If you control it, you can control the masses and ‘the truth.’ Over the last few years, we have seen it co-opted by ideologues who seek to manipulate truth to suit their own agendas. Definitions and meanings have been altered, distorting the lines between what is true and what is a government fiction.

In my latest piece for The Spectator Australia, I detail several examples of this perversion of the English language from the last two and a half years, and explore the social repercussions.