Monthly Archives: September 2021

A Personal Covid Journey 

As much as I feel my life is not worthy of its own blog I recognise that personal stories can give great insight into larger topics or debates. Personally at least I enjoy reading through the prism of a personal … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Muddy – Apology Required

Conservatism needs to apologise to the younger generations. Yes, you read that correctly. I am of course using the term ‘conservative’ in a generic sense that no doubt will offend theorists, however objections based on my hazy definition are digressions. … Continue reading

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Open Thread – Tuesday 14 September 2021

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Enjoy Freedoms Like Travelling

I am genuinely amazed at how fast the language has changed: Under current recommended regulations in Australia, citizens are encouraged to be vaccinated to enjoy freedoms like travelling. The NBL won’t mandate vaccinations, but has made it clear players won’t … Continue reading

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Open Thread – Monday 13 September 2021

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Guest Post: Muddy – Desertion in Papua

Rarely do we read in popular military history of desertion to the enemy during a time of war. While charges of desertion were not uncommon, the overwhelming majority I have personally examined during years of military history research about the … Continue reading

Posted in History, War | 16 Comments

The language continues to mutate

We don’t want to be locked down in the future so vaccination is our passport. – NSW Deputy Premier John Barilaro

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