October 19th 2019


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COVER STORY Greta Thunberg: she's not doing it all on her own

EDITORIAL Time for Australia to rethink the neo-liberal experiment

RURAL AFFAIRS Queensland Labor punishes farmers to placate UNESCO

CANBERRA OBSERVED Morrison's 'positive' globalism has resonance

NSW ABORTION ACT Amendments annul some of the Act's worst excesses

GENDER POLITICS Doctors call for inquiry into childhood gender dysphoria

FOREIGN AFFAIRS Hong Kong's 'software' may be key to its survival

GENDER POLITICS Pornography and the transgender agenda

RIGHTS & FREEDOMS Transgenderism poses biggest threat to religious freedom

OPINION When Maggie (Sanger) met Mickie (Mann)

PHILOSOPHY The element of justice in economic practice, Part 2 of two parts

POPULATION Lifestyles and policies ensure population peril ahead

HUMOUR If atheism is the answer, what was the question?

MUSIC Good, better, Bach: The composer who consistently outdid himself

CINEMA Joker: From a heart in darkness

BOOK REVIEW Hope, more than economics, drives Trump voters

BOOK REVIEW A pushback against visceral unreason

LETTERS

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COVER STORY Greta Thunberg: she's not doing it all on her own
The use of children for political purposes is not new. In the last century, it was used by demagogues such as Chairman Mao to launch his Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution in 1964, in which an estimated million Chinese people were killed, and earlier by Adolf Hitler, who used the Hitler Youth to terrorise his enemies, and then to provide the pawns for his wars, which culminated in Germany’s defeat in World War II.
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EDITORIAL Time for Australia to rethink the neo-liberal experiment
The ongoing migration boost to Australia’s population has masked troubling social indicators – a marked decline in marriage, family formation and fertility.
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RURAL AFFAIRS Queensland Labor punishes farmers to placate UNESCO
 
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CANBERRA OBSERVED Morrison's 'positive' globalism has resonance
In a sign of growing self-confidence, Prime Minister Scott Morrison has laid out a new stance for Australia’s position on the international stage – one that unashamedly puts Australian national interests ahead of United Nations posturing and its various attempts to impose a new world order on sovereign nations.
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NSW ABORTION ACT Amendments annul some of the Act's worst excesses
There was applause in the lower house of the NSW Parliament on Thursday, September 26, as the Abortion Law Reform Act 2019 passed its final hurdle after weeks of protests and more than 70 hours of debate in both houses.
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GENDER POLITICS Doctors call for inquiry into childhood gender dysphoria
Dr John Whitehall, professor of pediatrics and child health at the University of Western Sydney, has been a lonely medical voice in the public square on the question of gender confusion in children.
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FOREIGN AFFAIRS Hong Kong's 'software' may be key to its survival
The South China Morning Post was once one of the most reputable newspapers in Asia. It was known for its high standards of journalism and commitment to factual accuracy. When it editorialised on a subject, readers took notice.
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GENDER POLITICS Pornography and the transgender agenda
I interviewed Jon K. Uhler recently on the We Are Change Melbourne YouTube Channel about his work at Pennsylvania State Corrections Department, where he worked for 11 years as prison counsellor to sex offenders, serial killers and pedophiles.
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RIGHTS & FREEDOMS Transgenderism poses biggest threat to religious freedom
While the feminist revolution took decades to take hold and for society to adapt, the new transgender revolution is being imposed by stealth and subversion with such speed that the broader society has no real concept of what is being thrust upon it.
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OPINION When Maggie (Sanger) met Mickie (Mann)
U.S. 2020 presidential hopeful, the ageing socialist Bernie Sanders, has belled the cat. Sanders has suggested that, to save the planet, America must fund abortion in poor countries.
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PHILOSOPHY The element of justice in economic practice, Part 2 of two parts
A politico-economic phenomenon has risen to prominence in modern times that makes it all but impossible to believe not only in justice in the market but even in freedom in the “free market”.
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POPULATION Lifestyles and policies ensure population peril ahead
For as long as most of us can remember, we have been told that the world is overpopulated. But, within our children’s lifetime, the world population will peak, and then begin to fall.
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HUMOUR If atheism is the answer, what was the question?
A recent survey has indicated that most Australians are in favour of something called “religion” being taught in Australia’s classrooms. Why are surveyors asking plebs for opinions? They wouldn’t know if they were Galileo or Barry Manilow! All teaching of religion must cease, now! Brilliant men of science (like me) have totally discredited such “holy” reduction ad absurdities!
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MUSIC Good, better, Bach: The composer who consistently outdid himself
Listening to Bach’s magisterial Mass in B Minor raises questions about perfection in music. What does it mean when nothing is out of place, everything is developed in exactly the right way and the journey that the listener is taken on is deep and profound?
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CINEMA Joker: From a heart in darkness
What do you get when you cross a gritty arthouse noir with comic book mythology? You get Joker, a “wild card” of a film open to multiple interpretations; a serious movie snuck into a studio-run superhero world.
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BOOK REVIEW Hope, more than economics, drives Trump voters
So, this is not primarily a book about Trump or the Trump victory. Rather, it is an analysis of why the voting patterns in different parts of America vary so widely.
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BOOK REVIEW A pushback against visceral unreason
Wilson’s book comprises four sections: Abbott’s school years and the 1960s cultural revolution; student radicalism at Sydney University 1973–75, the prelude to Abbott’s arrival on campus; Abbott’s pushback against the far-left monopoly of student politics, 1976–80; and the media and Abbott.
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LETTERS
“Religious freedom is a basic liberty or inalienable human right,” claims Terri Kelleher, as she rightly asks “a litany” of critical questions about the Religious Discrimination Bill (News Weekly, September 21, 2019).
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