Homosexual “rights” — will Liberals roll over for the “pink vote”? [by Andrew Phillips]

By Andrew Phillips, 21st October 2008 In the wake of the misguided voting protest that led to a Labor government, it was to be expected the pseudo conservative Liberal Party would experience a degree of identity crisis, as it wrestled with values it claims to hold dear while weighing up which could be jettisoned in […]

Degradation of society — the camera never lies [by Andrew Phillips]

By Andrew Phillips, 30th May 2008 It was inevitable the “wannabe intelligentsia” and self-declared vanguard of human expression one witnesses slithering around on the far Left of politics would come out batting hard and shrieking like banshees in defence of “renowned artist” Bill Henson’s right to show his complete photographic works. It would appear, in […]

China sets sights on Aussie farms [by Andrew Phillips]

By Andrew Phillips, 17th May 2008 Few can argue with the fact that in many ways the ability of a nation to feed itself is a foundation of national sovereignty. This being the case, it is of concern to read reports that the Agricultural Department of the Communist Chinese Government is in the process of […]

K.Rudd’s fetish for political persecution — Soviet style [by Andrew Phillips]

By Andrew Phillips, 30th March 2008 It was once said to me that the measure of a man can be determined by his ability to take criticism. Naturally this speaks volumes when one views the tactics and behavior exhibited by dictatorial and totalitarian leaders and their regimes. Leaders who tolerate no criticism, no opposing position […]

Uniting Church — ever willing to betray God and Nation [by Andrew Phillips]

By Andrew Phillips, 22nd March 2008 Few could argue against the fact the church is in crisis, not only in Australia but across the entire Christian world. Our people turn against the Faith of our ancestors, the moral and religious standards that made the Western world a strong, stable and prosperous region and gave our […]

Sorry — words don’t always come cheap [by Andrew Phillips]

By Andrew Phillips, 18th February 2008 In the lead up to the much touted and so called “historic” apology by K.Rudd and his Cabinet of Social Engineers to those indigenous Australians who were removed from their homes, I’ve have quite a number of people asking me where the Protectionist Party stood on the issue, as […]

Minister for social engineering attempts to flex muscle [by Andrew Phillips]

By Andrew Phillips, 12th January 2008 One can’t envy the hand-picked members of K.Rudd’s “Ministry of Miracles”. Having promised so much and told to hit the ground running to address the social ills of every minority group in the country, they must certainly be experiencing a great deal of pressure. Which squealing, taxpayer funded pressure […]

G.M. moratorium — too soon and at what cost? [by Andrew Phillips]

By Andrew Phillips, 6th January 2008 The debate over the lifting of the moratorium on genetically modified crops has worn on for many years and caused bitter division amongst Australian growers, the scientists, lobby groups, potential and current clients and the wider community. This is of little surprise considering the level of emotion that has […]

Harvey Norman boss — “two parties, same destination” [by Andrew Phillips]

By Andrew Phillips, 21st October 2007 So close to an election it is refreshing to hear a representative of the globalists come out and call “a spade a spade”. In a recent article in the South Australian “Sunday Mail” newspaper, Harvey Norman boss Gerry Harvey announced his support for any government, of whatever political hue, […]

Howard — happy to dump a Downer on primary producers [by Andrew Phillips]

By Andrew Phillips, 13th August 2007 It’s nice to see our Prime Minister is beginning to feel the heat and is now prepared to spread some of the blatant responsibility for our nation’s problems around to his colleagues. Alex “fishnet stocking” Downer, MP for the SA seat of Mayo and our nation’s Foreign Minister, has […]