The Mother’s Day Massacre
May10

The Mother’s Day Massacre

Tomorrow is Mother’s Day. And today is my birthday. This is a happy coincidence. It means, in our family, that we get to celebrate the mother and the father in the same weekend. It’s really the way it should be everywhere. Mums are important. And so are Dads. But they are much more important when viewed as a whole, not as separate parts. Families function when they are both together, working as a loving team. Yet our society...

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Filming your own abortion vs Defending life
May09

Filming your own abortion vs Defending life

There is probably not much that is more brazenly evil than filming the abortion of your own child and then claiming at the end of it that you are in awe of your ability to create a baby. But that is what Emily did. She claimed it was ‘right for her’. Presumably, if Emily was logical, then she would also support the right of other murderers to let rip because it feels ‘right’ for them. And she would even back...

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Feminism’s final frontier: battlefield abortion
Apr11

Feminism’s final frontier: battlefield abortion

You can either be a bleeding heart loser, or you can live in the real world and win. That’s the reality that faces any military. Of course, any sane Australian would hope that the Australian Defence Force would choose the latter option. But, of course, any sane Australian can also see that it has not. The truth is that the Australian military is pushing the new-age feminist agenda. It’s choosing to become a bleeding heart loser....

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Abortion: almost all the consequences in pictures
Mar20

Abortion: almost all the consequences in pictures

Abortion is a choice. And like all choices, it comes with consequences that last throughout a life. The images depict those consequences. They show clearly that one side of the choice is life, love and selflessness. The other is misery, pain and selfishness. And there is another consequence not shown in these pictures. It is the brutal and physical consequence that at the end of every abortion is a bloodied and dead child. They are...

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What went on in the Victorian Parliament?

In 2008, Victoria’s Parliament voted for the most horrific abortion laws in the Western World. This video will tell you what went on behind the scenes and what was rejected. The shocking truth is that unborn animals have more protection from pain in Victoria than little babies....

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An open letter to the Premier of Victoria
Mar07

An open letter to the Premier of Victoria

Today I have the great pleasure of publishing a tremendously powerful open letter to the Victorian Premier, Denis Napthine. It relates to Victoria’s atrocious abortion laws that have legalised the murder of probably over 1 million children. ***** Dear Mr Napthine I was delighted when you took over as Premier because of your principled stance in voting against the 2008 abortion bill. What led you to make a 180 degree U-turn?...

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Abortion: the political death of Mary Wooldridge
Mar03

Abortion: the political death of Mary Wooldridge

Apparently, Mary Wooldridge was a future leadership prospect within the Victorian Liberal Party – a “premieral” foetus, one might say. And then some mean, nasty and hateful people terminated her, pulling apart her political ambition bit by bit and ejecting it unceremoniously into the bin labelled “Hazardous Waste – Do not touch”. What a pity. The weeping, wailing and gnashing of teeth from the pro-abortion crowd has filled the air and...

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Bishop of Wagga, Gerard Hanna, speaks up
Feb13

Bishop of Wagga, Gerard Hanna, speaks up

Those who read these pages would certainly know that I have been very critical of Catholic bishops for their silence on political issues that touch faith and morals, or for their deliberately ambiguous statements. However, when they do act as the Shepherds of the Flock, I will support them 100 per cent. We need strong bishops much more than strong politicians. The Bishop of Wagga, Gerard Hanna, has spoken up. He’s told the media...

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Aborting baby girls in Victoria
Feb12

Aborting baby girls in Victoria

It used to be occasional. Now it happens all too often. I’m talking about government sanctioned barbarity: the legislation of pure evil. And no, I’m not referring to laws passed in some far off land. Unfortunately, this is all about Victoria. Apparently, Melbourne is the sporting capital of Australia. It’s also home to a parliament that legalised abortion up until the day of birth. I guess it is no surprise that a society that...

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Where are the feminist breast cancer crusaders?
Jan24

Where are the feminist breast cancer crusaders?

I got stuck into the feminist movement the other day and so I might as well continue riding that horse now. One could believe that the feminist movement is interested in the welfare of women. But if you did have that wild and romantic notion floating around somewhere inside your noggin’ then you’d be wrong. Only an air-headed blonde ditz with a Cleo subscription would think that. The feminist movement does not care about women and...

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