Good news, bad news, sinister news… [10]

Filed on 03 June 2016 in Food For Thought category. Print This Page

Good news, bad news, sinister news…  [10]

Quote of the week (maybe the decade?)

“Now we just need to get rid of the racist Australian flag on top of state parliament and get a red one up there and my work is done.”

I suppose the good news is that the Marxist state indoctrination of our children philosophy that is behind the Safe Schools Coalition “anti-bullying” campaign is now more transparent. And yes, its creator has resigned from a new appointment to the Victorian government and has also been suspended from her position at La Trobe University.

The position of the Premier of Victoria is also more transparent with the “rainbow flag” hoisted over Parliament House.

And when the homosexual community put pressure on the Occidental Hotel not to host a meeting at which Cory Bernardi was to be the speaker, the hotel caved in to the demands. But there was still a rowdy demonstration to drive the point home to the hotel and any others that might dare to host any meetings promoting freedom of belief and speech

Intimidation on the one hand and Marxism on the other.

What is at stake? Our liberty to believe, to speak what we believe, and to teach it to our children. Ultimately it is democracy that is at risk. Re-education for our kids and compulsory re-education (diversity training) for dissenting adults.

So, as before, in this coming election we are facing the most critical choices between good and evil that we have faced since Federation. It is 2016 that will shape our future. If we get it wrong it will be for decades. Yes, policies relating to the poor, the homeless, refugees, overseas aid, health, superannuation etc are all important, but policies that explicitly result in internal destruction of our own society are transcendent this year more than ever before – and it is a double dissolution year.

Most importantly, we need to pray.



The visual presentation is now on the net.


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