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Is Freedom even Worth the Effort?

Paul Collits: Politicom. THE anti-mandate Convoy that descended on Canberra earlier this year could be the catalyst that delivers Australia from the brink of becoming an authoritarian State.  It could also come to absolutely nothing – handing power-hungry politicians a green light… Continue Reading →

Power Hungry Elites Have Upended Australia

Paul Collits: Politicom. John Stapleton, editor of the fine online journal A Sense of Place Magazine, has now published two books on Australia’s experience of COVID totalitarianism.  The first, Unfolding Catastrophe, chronicled Australia’s descent into policy madness over two miserable years.  His… Continue Reading →

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