25th June 2018


Janet Albrechtsen in THE AUSTRALIAN, DECEMBER 24, 2014 AT first glance the connection between Sony last week pulling the comedy 'The Interview' from our screens and the murders in Martin Place is not obvious. Yet both are explained by tolerating the intolerant, a deadly virus that has long infected the West.
In this, Simon Breheny of the institute of Public Affairs speaks for just over 2 minutes on the need to repeal 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act.
Australians play to win. The establishment of our nation was a New Beginning, a fresh start that enabled us to abandon the old and crushing ways of Europe. We thought we left tyranny behind to build a land for the free, the enterprising and the brave. Unfortunately we have lost ground lately to Team Terror, a dangerous alien parasite, and Team Treachery, a disgraceful group drawn from among our own people.   Unless we reorganise ourselves from the neighbourhood up through City, State and Federal levels, in affirmation and defence of our Constitution and Commonwealth traditions, we risk losing our national…
Donald Rumsfeld, US Secretary of State under George W. Bush is famous for his statement about the mysterious relationship between what we know and what we don’t.  In February 2002 he said this about the lack of evidence linking the government of Iraq with the supply of weapons of mass destruction to terrorist groups:  “Reports that say there's -- that something hasn't happened are always interesting to me, because as we know, there are known knowns; there are things that we know that we know.  We also know there are known unknowns; that is to say we know there are…
Sickened by footage of Islamic beheadings of their trussed captives and realising that many Australians were involved, Prime Minister Tony Abbot declared for Team Australia to unite and assert our national unity over the claims of Terrorist Culture.  We all responded to the Prime Minister’s call recognizing the need for civilized people to unite against barbarism to defeat it root and branch.
Freedom and Heritage Society of Australia affirms our Constitution and Commonwealth, our Judeo-Christian and secular heritage, and the merits of Western civilization.  We want our citizenry to flourish as productive, responsible, law-abiding individuals who own their own lives, are concerned for others, but reject the self-destructive entitlement mentality
Australia’s sustained economic development and prosperity today is the result not simply of the accumulation of physical and skills capital and the entrepreneurial use of natural resources, but of the “software” of our cultural institutions.

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