Society & Law

The freedom-oriented movement that has steadily grown and galvanised opposition to government and corporate coercion in the last four years has produced many brilliant analyses of problems and culprits. Yet precious little time has been spent thinking about how a better society could work, and what constructive next steps can
On 9 March 2021, AHPRA and the National Boards, which regulate the health professions in Australia, issued a “Joint Position Statement” which effectively gagged doctors and other health practitioners from talking about the risks of the COVID-19 vaccines:
The only threat to democracy around here is MPs on the take from the industrial military and industrial pharma complexes. And MI6 and the CIA censoring social media and instigating colour revolutions all over the world by manipulating public opinion.
This post contains the full session recordings of the Progress Through Science and Freedom Conference.
The US, Australia, and the EU each started out as federalist ideas with extremely independent constituent states, and with constitutions that made the rise of a large central government illegal and impossible. Yet, in all three places, the federalist project has failed, and a giant central bureaucracy has arisen that
It’s been nigh on a half century since psychiatry fell headlong into the boring and fetid cesspool of SSRI’s, SNRI’s and various dopamine upper and downers. So desperate to be delivered from stagnation and the future that never arrived, it has now looked sideways and into the past to revive
When the Senate Select Committee on Covid handed down its final report in April 2022, several failures in Australia’s pandemic response were identified. In total, 19 recommendations were made including: ‘The Committee recommends that a Royal Commission be established to examine Australia’s response to the Covid pandemic to inform preparedness for future
This final Voices missive marks the close of nearly 3.5 years of regular direct communication in this format with the hundreds of people who reached out to me during covid times seeking sanity, hope, and alternative approaches to the problems our society faces. 
Now, in any profession, as a rough and ready calculation, a 10 percent threshold of dissent is very critical. Because once you get to that level, they cannot function if they cancel a full 10 percent, and they also cannot get away by saying, “This is a very tiny minority view.”
In his speech to the National Press Club last week, Australian National University vice-chancellor Brian Schmidt called on Australia to “enlighten up” – though not in those words. He reflected on how, with topics such as the Voice referendum, “democratic debates generate more heat than light”. Pointing to the way “media circuses”

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