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Democracy damns you and thanks you, Premier Dan-gerous Andrews

Andrew L. Urban Thank you Premier Daniel Andrews for shaking Victorians – and Australians everywhere – out of the tolerance, complacency and stupor of comfortable democracy, crowning your previous undemocratic actions with your anti-democratic Public Health and Wellbeing Amendment Act 2021. … Continue reading

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Lobotomised by propaganda

Andrew L. Urban Boris Johnson at COP26 declared the climate change time to be ‘one minute to midnight’. I can’t wait to hear him at COP27; will it be 59 seconds to midnight? Or just one second…? It has been … Continue reading

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The shame under the blanket

Andrew L. Urban What a tragic shame that so much energy, time, resources and opportunities to really improve the lives of millions is wasted on trying to fix a non existent problem, represented by those fattened at COP26 in Glasgow, … Continue reading

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ICAC & Berejiklian: lose & lose (so do we)

Andrew L. Urban “Two powerful cultures, legal and political, clashed when former NSW premier Gladys Berejiklian took the stand at the Independent Commission Against Corruption last week and on Monday. The outcome did the participants little credit.” That’s how The … Continue reading

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Climate change – the magic pudding of the warmist cult

Andrew L. Urban Once upon a time … actually, several times upon many times, climate changes have been recorded in geology, as any properly educated student and well informed adult knows. And for all the flapping about, coercive policies and … Continue reading

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Will we all kneel?

Andrew L. Urban If test cricketers (eg Quinton de Kok the other day) can be compelled to ‘take the knee’ by their employer in order to demonstrate their political solidarity with a Marxist remit masquerading as an anti racist signal … Continue reading

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The fact check we have to have

Andrew L. Urban There is no relationship between lockdowns and virus control (eg, 35 studies reported in December 2020, in American Institute for Economic Research). Despite this science-driven medical information, our governments persisted. And how some persisted! Curfews have no … Continue reading

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Point of No Return – marking the 65th anniversary of the Hungarian Revolution

Andrew L. Urban Marking the 65th anniversary of the Revolution, we delve into the pages of The Nineteen Days, ‘a broadcaster’s account of the Hungarian revolution’. That broadcaster was my father, George Urban. The book was written in the immediate … Continue reading

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COP this: owning isn’t everything

Andrew L. Urban Man does not live by bread alone, an early revolutionary once advised his followers. As Glasgow’s COP26 closes in on a discombobulated world, the climate mob’s feeding frenzy escalates, pushing alarmism to absurd heights. Even the Royals … Continue reading

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Feeding the Flock: The Real Reason for the 1/6 Committee

Pulitzer winning journalist GLENN GREENWALD has published a lengthy expose that shows in great detail the unconstitutionality of the 1/6 Committee of the US Congress. The final section of his essay (below) is a profound insight into what he says … Continue reading

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