Category Archives: Freedom

Digital ID Act 2023: Will You Join the Warriors?

This Digital ID Bill was referred to the Senate Economics Legislation Committee in December, last year, and we had the details discussed here in this post. Last week, the bill was rushed through the Senate, with no debate, and passed … Continue reading

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Lenten Reflection on Gaza by Revd Munther Isaac

The day before Christmas, Reverend Dr Munther Isaac, pastor of the Lutheran Christmas Church in Bethlehem, delivered his Christmas Sermon, Christ Under the Rubble. This month, he travelled to the UK to take part in the Vigil for Gaza. While … Continue reading

Posted in Ethics, Faith, Freedom, Law & Justice | 6 Comments

How to Disagree in Discussions and Debates

Is it possible to have healthy, polite and respectful debates? Can we have productive discussions and an exchange of ideas, opinions and differing beliefs which would lead to people learning from each other? I decided to look further into this … Continue reading

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Digital ID Bill 2023 and the Digital ID

Considering the major impact of this bill in our lives, if it gets through, I am putting this up as a post.

Posted in Freedom, Government, The Great Reset | 17 Comments

Resisting the Reset: Would You Take Part?

Perhaps he did it half in jest, but Neil Oliver put up a post on Twitter/X  in which he asked the question: Anyone fancy a Revolution? I could just go a Revolution right about now.

Posted in Freedom, The Great Reset, Unity | 33 Comments

The Daily Game of Pretend

Post by Richard Kelly You know that old trope about how the husband finally retires and then the wife finds him under her feet all day and does whatever she can to get him out of the house? Well, working … Continue reading

Posted in Covid, Freedom, Health, The Great Reset | 7 Comments

Raining on Sporting Parades

Over the weekend, an opinion was shared by a caller (Phil) on talkback radio about the importance that is given to sports, sporting events and matches instead of the major issues we face. It got me thinking.

Posted in Freedom, Sports, The Great Reset | 16 Comments

The Nigel Farage-ing of Shy Ted

Post by Shy Ted “Become ungovernable” they told us. So I did, as much as I could. We all know the criminals in government and those under their control have been making life very difficult/impossible for us since 2020. Protest? … Continue reading

Posted in Economy, Freedom, Government | 13 Comments

Plandemic 3: The Great Awakening

This film, described as A Documentary Experience from the Creators of Plandemic, had its global premiere this weekend, 3 June 2023. It was hosted by their partners at The Highwire.

Posted in Covid, Freedom, Government, The Great Reset | 27 Comments

How to Debate, Discuss and Disagree—Agreeably

It would be a very boring society if we all agreed with everyone about everything. It would also mean that we were living in a blissfully ignorant bubble, closed off from reality. The knowledge we possess, the beliefs we practise, … Continue reading

Posted in Faith, Freedom, Philosophy | 7 Comments

Anzac Day – 2023

They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old; Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn. At the going down of the sun and in the morning We will remember them.

Posted in Freedom, War | 4 Comments

Global Takeover of the UN by Oligarchs

A former United Nations Executive Director Călin Georgescu shares in this interview with Dr Reiner Fuellmich how the UN had been taken over by oligarchs, especially Klaus Schwab and the World Economic Forum. By using a process of infiltration, manipulation … Continue reading

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The March Against War

It would be difficult to imagine a left-wing political party (with all its progressive goals) and a right-wing party (focussed on freedom and individual rights) teaming up together to fight on a common issue. Yet, this is what has happened … Continue reading

Posted in Freedom, Unity, War | 8 Comments

Remembrance Day 2022

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The Price for Speaking Your Mind

Guest Post by Jeffrey A. Tucker Being on the administrative/editorial side of Brownstone has been a serious education in information systems. I don’t mean on a technical level. I mean on a social level. I had no idea just how … Continue reading

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