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Chinese regime broadens repressions in 2020 – report

The Chinese regime has this past year broadened its repression of groups domestically while ramping up human rights violations around the world, a bipartisan U.S. congressional commission warned in its annual report, according to The Epoch Times. The Congressional-Executive Commission on China (CECC) said … Continue reading

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Twitter are the pigs on the farm

Andrew L. Urban If you haven’t lived in a country controlled by a communist party, you won’t know what hit you. If you have, you already smell the sour odour of politically sanctioned, disingenuously written brutality, delivered under the soothing, … Continue reading

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Journalist takes VicPol to court

Andrew L. Urban. It’s the ‘man bites dog’ story of our times: Rebel News journalist Avi Yemeni is taking Victoria Police to the High Court (no less) as agents of the State of Victoria, for unlawful arrest. “Police claim they … Continue reading

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Australia divided by geography – just like old times

A historical echo … “One especially powerful tool that helped to forge a sense of nationhood in the minds of Americans during the early years of the republic was the Constitution that the framers drafted in Philadelphia in the summer … Continue reading

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Apocalypse tomorrow, maybe?

Andrew L. Urban. Once upon a time, many climate conferences ago (another 120 are scheduled for January 2021 alone, according to World Academy of Science, Engineering & Technology), Al ‘Almost-president’ Gore warned us of an impending “tipping point” in global … Continue reading

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Peter Versi’s sit down comedy routine

Totalitarian regimes forbid political satire, whereas democracies thrive on it. No subject is taboo; as writer, actor, philosopher Stephen Fry has said, “It is easy to forget that the most important aspect of comedy, after all, its great saving grace, … Continue reading

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Covid ordeal by incompetence in science

Andrew L. Urban Stop testing for Covid immediately, says experienced UK virus specialist researcher and consultant Dr Mike Yeadon. In a 32 minute expose, he explains the folly of how the UK (and other countries) have effectively misdiagnosed the nature … Continue reading

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Crossfire – the movie

Andrew L. Urban If you haven’t heard of Lauren Southern, here’s your chance. She has just made, Crossfire, a 2-hour documentary about the socio-political carnage that characterises 2020 in America. It’s a troubling expose of the truth behind the hysterical … Continue reading

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Odds & Sods at Old Year’s End 2020

Sometimes a paragraph is enough … * Lessons learnt in the pandemic: start by improving reporting to the public; give us age breakdowns, comparisons (with flu etc) severity and morbidity details, put it all in context. The number of cases … Continue reading

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US courts and lawyers ‘deeply intimidated by the left’

“We have to acknowledge that the court system has been deeply intimidated by the left, just as the lawyers have been intimidated,” former Wisconsin judge James Troupis told the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee last week, reported The Epoch … Continue reading

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