When We Needed Churchill – We Got ScoMo

By Paul Collits We are living through a national crisis.  Things are out of control.  Sitting atop the disaster is a man who shouldn’t be there. We are living through a national crisis.  Things are out of control.  Sitting atop… Continue Reading →

King of Lemons: Australia Swindled by Lockheed Martin and its Joint Strike Fighter

By Brian Toohey with Michael West Media The Joint Strike Fighter has been plagued by problems since it was just a sketch on paper, when in 2002 John Howard jumped the gun and committed to buying them. But the F-35… Continue Reading →

From Louisiana to Queensland: How American Slave Owners Started Again in Australia

By Paige Gleeson, University of Tasmania Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison says “we shouldn’t be importing” the Black Lives Matter movement. But in the 1800s, Australia imported plantation owners from the American South. Prior to the outbreak of the American… Continue Reading →

Escalation in Policing Is a Sign of What’s to Come in a Time of Austerity

By Paul Gregoire. Sydney Criminal Lawyers Blog. Friday 25 September 2020 saw the Morrison government begin cutting back JobSeeker unemployment benefits. The increased rate provided to the escalating numbers of unemployed during the pandemic period is being reduced, as treasurer Josh Frydenberg… Continue Reading →

Australian War Memorial: from Keeper of the Flame to Hider of Shame?

By William De Maria with Michael West Media The big brand theme park that is the Australian War Memorial, bankrolled by international arms manufacturers, is an object lesson in dishonesty. Conceived during World War I amidst the mustard gas, the… Continue Reading →

Truth: The First Casualty

By Harold Evans in Memory of Phillip Knightley Phillip Knightley was the most highly decorated Australian journalist on the world stage. He was one of only two journalists to have twice won the British Journalist of the Year Award. His… Continue Reading →

A Good Death In The Time Of Corona: 11 Steps

By Margaret Rice Strange is the right word for now. It is non-judgmental. It says this Covid-19 crisis is different, unfamiliar, something new to be navigated. The following list is adapted from the steps outlined in A Good Death: a compassionate… Continue Reading →

Feeding the Chooks: Scott Morrison’s Triumph Over Mainstream Media

By Callum Foote and Michael West Scott Morrison has perfected the art of media manipulation by briefing a select club of Canberra correspondents at once, rather than leaking to individual media outlets. Callum Foote and Michael West report on the marketing genius of the… Continue Reading →

Like Trying to Find the Door in a Dark Room: Tasmania’s Whale Stranding Tragedy

By Olaf Meynecke, Griffith University A desperate rescue effort is underway after hundreds of long-finned pilot whales (Globicephala melas) became stranded in Macquarie Harbour on Tasmania’s west coast. Yesterday, more than 250 pilot whales were reported to have stranded, with… Continue Reading →

Chinese Drones Are Monitoring Australian Skies

From TOTT News A new consultation paper has warned against the “malicious use” of drone technology by the Chinese Communist Party in Australia, as millions of devices continue to go unaccounted for. The report cites government and business sites, as… Continue Reading →

Was Sweden Right and Australia Wrong?

By Paul Collits A number of Australians have asked: Why should we follow Sweden’s approach to lockdown, when Sweden’s death rate per million of population is worse than ours?  Here is why we should have. This is an article I… Continue Reading →

Victoria Police Brutalise Citizens by Cover of COVID

By Paul Gregoire Footage has emerged showing Victoria police officers ramming a civilian in the back with their car, before a number of officers swarm him on the ground. One officer stomps on his head, while other footage seems to suggest this was followed… Continue Reading →

Falun Gong in Australia

By Augusto Zimmerman Well known commentator and Professor of Law at the Sheridan Institute of Higher Education Augusto Zimmerman recently addressed a Falun Gong rally held outside Western Australia’s Parliament House. He says the persecution of Falun Gong is part of the anti-religious campaign… Continue Reading →

India’s COVID-19 Experience

By Professor Ramesh Thakur On 15 September, India had over 5.1 million COVID-19 infections, behind only the United States; and 83,000 deaths, behind the United States and Brazil. The country recorded a mortality rate of 60 deaths per million, compared to… Continue Reading →

Australia’s War of Shame: Afghanistan

By William De Maria with Pearls and Irritations When Australian soldiers lifted their boots off Afghani ground for the last time in December 2013 the Koh-e Paghman mountains outside Kabul moaned for a nation broken once again by invasion. Up… Continue Reading →

Australia’s Stinging Trees

By Irina Vetter, Edward Kalani Gilding and Thomas Durek, The University of Queensland Australia is home to some of the world’s most dangerous wildlife. Anyone who spends time outdoors in eastern Australia is wise to keep an eye out for… Continue Reading →

Melbourne Meltdown

Every single day, seemingly without end, more than five million people in Melbourne are suffering through the harshest lockdowns in the world. Metropolitan Melbourne residents may only leave their homes for a “valid” reason and must comply with a curfew… Continue Reading →

Should We Just Get Rid of Victoria?

By Paul Collits Victoria is now an international embarrassment to Australia.  Should we just ditch Victoria? Victoria is now an international embarrassment to Australia.  Should we just ditch Victoria? My knowledge of constitutional law is largely confined to my Pol… Continue Reading →

Concerns Over Surveillance Units in Melbourne

With TOTT News Mobile surveillance units are being used in parks and public spaces across Melbourne to remotely monitor citizens during stage four restrictions, fueling privacy concerns. The technology is the latest step in Melbourne’s ongoing shift towards a techno-fascist… Continue Reading →

Open Letter From Doctors and Health Professionals to All Authorities in Belgium and the Belgian Media

We, Belgian doctors and health professionals, would like to express our serious concerns in this way, in connection with the state of affairs in recent months surrounding the outbreak of the SARS-CoV-2 virus. We call on politicians to be independently… Continue Reading →

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