Whatever women do, men can too (or words without meaning)
Nov12

Whatever women do, men can too (or words without meaning)

Don’t laugh. It’s a serious issue. Men are facing an unprecedented health crisis. And it appears to be contagious, spreading rapidly and is far more threatening to life as we know it than Ebola. Men are getting pregnant. And giving birth. Medicare statistics show that the epicentre of this outbreak occurred in New South Wales in the 2012/2013 financial year. A male, aged between 25 and 34, is listed as receiving medical treatment for:...

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The courage of love triumphs over the brazen culture of death
Oct14

The courage of love triumphs over the brazen culture of death

The March for Babies was held in Melbourne on Saturday. I had planned to fly from Brisbane to attend the rally but other commitments intervened. However, I did follow closely on social media and readers of this site have given me a detailed debriefing of the day. Bill Muehlenberg, as always, has also provided a useful summary of the rally at this link. By all accounts, the Victorian Police did a fine job this year. In fact, they...

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A month of insanity
Aug28

A month of insanity

What a month. It has just been absurd and insane. And I’m not talking about the printing, signing, preparing, filing and posting of thousands of documents for my legal action against the Chief of Defence Force that has taken up an enormous chunk of time. Nor am I referring to the constant battle against the stream of complaints from a single homosexual activist in Sydney that keep finding their way to my Queensland address from the...

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The politics of abortion
May21

The politics of abortion

When it comes to abortion and politics, action matters. So does honesty. And collectively, the Victorian Liberal Party has shown that it lacks any will to act on abortion and that it is completely duplicitous in its approach. These facts simply cannot be ignored, notwithstanding the efforts of one or two very brave Liberal politicians, such as Bernie Finn. That’s why today’s report that Family First will now look at withholding...

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A bloody horrible mouthpiece for evil
May12

A bloody horrible mouthpiece for evil

Susie O’Brien might be good to look at. But she’s bloody horrible to read. I emphasise the word bloody because it’s the most apt description possible. Her latest piece was a defence of Victoria’s atrocious abortion laws. Four days before Mother’s Day, Susie was in the Herald Sun defending the following: Partial birth abortion Gender selection abortion The killing of children after they are born The lack of pain relief for babies who...

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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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