• Roll up your sleeves and ask no questions

    Hopes of the side, Matt Canavan and NSW Liberal MP Tanya Davies were interviewed by Andrew Bolt this week. Abandon hope. Canavan expressed some mealy-mouthed qualification about enforced vaccinations. Davies was completely hopeless, keen to establish her pro-vaccination credentials, her objection to no jab, no work, was focussed on the deficient supply of vaccine available…

  • Guest Post: Vicki Campion on Priority Confusion

    Climate change, benevolent sexism, lockdowns for areas without a trace of Covid-19 – this perpetual war of distraction plagues us whilst the US Embassy in Kabul tweeted a Pride flag, as the Taliban wearing little more than sandals and AK47’s in the scorching sun, readied to attack.The role of the Australian Infantry is to seek…

  • Policy outpaced by events

    As the days and weeks pass, we are learning that the road maps offered by the PM and premiers, particularly, the sign posts of our deliverance from house arrest, do not comport with reality. Zerohedge reports that the most recent study of vaccine efficacy re delta variant is significantly reduced compared with alpha and degrades…

  • “Those who take Covid ‘vaccines’ … have a HIGHER risk of severe disease or even death”

    What is one to make of this: mRNA Tech Inventor Dr. Robert Malone: Easier for Delta to Kill ‘Vaccinated’ than Jab-Free People. If this is true, why the urgency for vaxxination? Those who take the Covid-19 “vaccines” are MORE susceptible to the Delta Variant and have a HIGHER risk of severe disease or even death. This…

  • Not Mandatory. Mandatory. Not Mandatory.

    A guest post by Arky From around the web: September: When Prime Minister Scott Morrison told 3AW a vaccine would be “as mandatory as you can possibly make it” there was an immediate backlash from some groups. Mr Morrison even went so far as to suggest the grounds by which exemptions should be granted. “There…

  • Time we faced the future

    The following is a guest post by Cassie of Sydney Hi Cats, A few months ago in Sydney, just before the second great lockdown, I attended a panel hosted by the Menzies Research Centre.  One of the panel’s subjects was “free speech” and one of the panelists was Stephen Chavura who currently lectures in history…

  • June 18, 1919…Let it Rip!

    …And they did! They weren’t even confined to their houses, and two goes were enough. If only we actually learnt from history. A further violent recrudescence of the influenza epidemic places the State Government in an unenviable position. Owing to the precautionary measures insisted upon by the use of sovereign powers during the two previous…

  • Mater’s Musings #4: The evidence is in…they do stop Alcohol!

    I note that there is NOT an IC4 recommending ‘Mask wearing by asymptomatic individuals or the entire population’. Both snippets might explain why such a move was never documented, but perhaps they focused on these little gems: Although work-related influenza infection is well document (e.g. Kuster et al.), very few studies have been undertaken about…

  • Buyer’s Remorse

    The vultures are circling.

  1. Yep, Not even 48 hours later aaand the Muslims are the victims again. They certainly have this victim card well…

  2. On the Lehrmann case. Lee’s judgement came as a surprise to me, in that he was a stickler for “just…

  3. The strategy acknowledges Defence’s personnel crisis, pledging a fundamental transformation of recruiting and retention, including through the recruitment of non-citizens.…