A particularly striking feature of the European migrant crisis is the extremely high proportion of young males entering Europe. Despite many of these individuals stating they are escaping war or terror, the fact that virtually all migrants are men is a mysterious and noteworthy aspect. The implications of this heavy male presence among migrants, are two fold.… Continue reading Why are all the European migrants men?
The European migrant crisis presents a great moral dilemma. On one hand, there is a brutal civil war raging in the Middle East, with millions suffering under the barbaric regime of the Caliphate. On the other hand, Europe is already grappling with the economic, cultural, religious and political consequences of mass Islamic immigration, not withstanding the… Continue reading European migrant crisis
Following the ousting of Tony Abbott last month as Prime Minister, as well as the recent electoral loss suffered by Stephen Harper and his Conservative party, the Western world has lost two freedom fighters, and democracy is far poorer for it. Last year, the relationship between the two leaders was dubbed a ‘bromance’, given the… Continue reading The end of the Bromance and its implications
I recall a conversation I had with a friend several months ago, regarding Indigenous issues. Having both grown up in small towns with a significant Aboriginal component, we were discussing responses to the various Indigenous issues, and he raised a point that I believe to be neglected. To paraphrase, my friend stated something along the… Continue reading Different Perspective on Indigenous Australia
The early part of section 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act reads as follows; (1) It is unlawful for a person to do an act, otherwise than in private, if: (a) the act is reasonably likely, in all the circumstances, to offend, insult, humiliate or intimidate another person or a group of people; and … Continue reading Section 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act
In recent times, this issue has became a hotly and passionately contended debate. Despite the proposal only coming to mainstream attention and popularity in the last 5- 10 years, already there is enormous support for an action which would change an institution that has served our society for centuries. Despite growing support, I choose to… Continue reading Gay Marriage
The issue of Islamic extremism, in terrorist atrocities carried out by Muslisms, as well as the promotion of backward Islamic values, is a contentious one. Perhaps there is too much time and effort focused on attacks that occurred or potential attacks that may have been thwarted, rather than addressing the root causes of the issue. To… Continue reading 5 steps to stop Islamization