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Sunday, 16 February 2020 23:41

We love the planet, but we hate people

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So let’s save the planet by killing everyone.

Sunday, 09 February 2020 23:45

The Wages of Spin

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When the dissing of a stalwart figure of good governance and sensible policy like the late Roger Scruton can lead to his reputation being shredded, and have that shredding rubber stamped by a “Conservative” Government and its standard bearing ministers committed to, above all else, “public relations”, we need to stop and think about what drives our modern governments. 

Melbourne’s prestigious Newman College is showing open support for LGBTI students, while actively discriminating against those who uphold the Church’s teaching on sexuality. Newman College is a residential campus for Catholic University of Melbourne students and was established more than a hundred years ago.

Monday, 27 January 2020 03:48

Australia's Jonestown Moment

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Donald Trump famously opined in the lead up to his memorable victory in 2016 that America had been led by “stupid people”. It seemed to resonate, because true. I wonder what Trump would make of today’s political, corporate and community leadership in Australia.

Thursday, 23 January 2020 23:27

#LoveWins? Not for Wilson Gavin

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Where is the progressives' sympathy for Wilson Gavin?

Monday, 13 January 2020 20:38

Gough, ScoMo and Santa

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Much has been made of our current  Prime Minister’s absence from Australia during the ongoing and tragic bushfire crisis.  And now of his less than heroic performance since his conscience/political nous got the better of him and he decided to come back and face the fire.  Of course, he has been merely one of a number of politicians missing in action during the fires.  Much has been made of the NSW Emergency Services Minister being in London during, well, an emergency.  And not just any emergency.  Now the NSW Opposition leader has tiptoed OS to escape the furnace.  Are these people serious?

People who consider “peer-reviewed science” alone or give it disproportionate weight when considering public policy are unhelpfully naive about the dynamic nature of science. They pour scorn on anyone questioning “peer-reviewed science” as a solid foundation for public policies with far-reaching social & economic ramifications.

Thursday, 09 January 2020 19:35

Latest UN figures show rapid global aging

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Even with adjustments for longer, healthier living, the UN’s latest population figures show rapid aging and economic unpreparedness across the globe. By each of the three metrics used in the latest UN report on aging, only Africa is projected to avoid the harsh effects of aging in the coming decades, a world where the number of elderly is projected to more than double, reaching more than 1.5 billion.

Monday, 06 January 2020 01:56

Opposing same-sex marriage is not 'vilification'

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The recent NSW decision of Passas v Comensoli [2019] NSWCATAP 298 (18 December 2019) provides an example of someone who has been penalised for “homosexual vilification” as a result of comments concerning same-sex marriage. However, it does provide clarification that merely to express disagreement with the introduction of same sex marriage does not amount to such vilification under NSW law.

Sunday, 05 January 2020 23:47

On Australia's Bushfires

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What are we to make of Australia's bushfires?

Tuesday, 31 December 2019 02:37

Cardinal Pell And The Appeal Court Judges

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One hope remains for George Cardinal Pell: that the High Court of Australia will overturn his guilty verdict.

Wednesday, 25 December 2019 19:55

Vatican's Christmas Concert and Mother Earth worship

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Just when we thought that the Christmas celebrations would provide a break from controversy, the Vatican disappointed yet again by honouring the Earth Mother at a Christmas concert.

Back in July, I wrote an article for The Remnant on a Queensland priest who publically admits to having been a Freemason for more than a decade. While that is shocking enough, the most disturbing part of this story was that the priest claims to have a letter from the Australian Catholic Bishops Conference, giving permission for Catholics to become Masons. Now evidence has come to light which suggests that, in fact, this is the official policy of the ACBC.

Tuesday, 10 December 2019 05:50

This welcome to country has no place in Christianity

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I love my Catholic brothers & sisters in Christ so much. Christianity has so much to learn from them in this generation about our prophetic voice to the nations on issues of Biblical justice and in ministering to those affected by abortion. So it breaks my heart to see a moment of unfettered pagan idolatry at their Youth Festival in Perth in recent days.

Monday, 02 December 2019 23:30

Steve Mosher on the Sino-Vatican Agreement

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In 2018, representatives of the Catholic Church signed a controversial accord with China known as the Sino-Vatican Provisional Agreement, which some say has escalated China's crackdown on Christians and other religious minorities. In this interview, China expert Steve Mosher explains what this agreement has meant for Chinese Catholics, whom retired Cardinal Joseph Zen of Hong Kong says have been "incredibly betrayed".

Thursday, 28 November 2019 04:43

New Beijing report shows One-Child Policy aftershocks

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A new Chinese government report shows devastating economic effects of Beijing’s brutal, 40-year family planning policy.

Rainbow warrior militants and coercive states are banning help for homosexuals.

Monday, 28 October 2019 05:11

Pachamama and Child Sacrifice

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Faithful Catholics who had been scandalised by the presence of pagan idols during the Amazon Synod received another blow when Pope Francis apologised for their removal from the Church at Traspontina. However, only a little research reveals that the images which featured prominently during the Synod are traditionally associated with child sacrifice.

Thursday, 24 October 2019 03:29

HELP! My kid is being taught gender theory

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Here’s one the email I received from a single mum with a seven year old son which prompted me to call Marijke “Political Posting Mumma” Rancie.

Sunday, 20 October 2019 21:34

The Vatican, climate change and depopulation

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Given its commitment to the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals, it is not unreasonable to question whether the Vatican intends to hold the line on contraception and abortion. In light of all this, it was highly disturbing to hear about new appointments to the redesigned John Paul II Theological Institute for Marriage and Family Sciences in Rome, and to read comments by its new president.

Sunday, 13 October 2019 21:41

The Counter-Revolution

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Last week’s article looked at the Fourth Revolution, as predicted by Plinio Corrêa de Oliviera in his classic book, Revolution and Counter-Revolution. This article follows up with a look at the Counter-Revolution: our practical response to the disorder we see around us.

Sunday, 13 October 2019 21:22

Violating the First Commandment - Synodal style

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Idol worship was on full display in preparation for the Pan-Amazon synod, with the tacit approval of Pope Francis. Although the Synod hadn’t yet started, the celebration of pagan ceremonies added weight to the concerns being voiced by prominent prelates and laymen that the Synod will be a vehicle for apostasy.

Friday, 11 October 2019 09:32

The 'Extinction Rebellion" cult

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It is not the imminent collapse of the earth that we should fear, but loony groups like Extinction Rebellion.

Dr Plinio Corrêa de Oliviera was the founder of the Brazilian Society for the Defense of Tradition, Family and Property (TFP). His classic book, Revolution and Counter-Revolution was written in 1959 and was remarkably prescient in his description of the challenges which would one day face the Church.

Wednesday, 25 September 2019 20:53

On Greta, regrettably

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Some thoughts on the Left’s new messianic figure, Greta Thunberg.

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