This website offers views and ideas that are not generally published or discussed in Australia’s main stream media.

People in many parts of the world are continuously exposed to highly subjective, irrational, non-factual and misleading claims and misinformation from politicians, the main stream media (MSM), countless minority interests, deluded left-wing fanatics, and not to be excluded, conservative propagandists.

The task of countering the barrage of propaganda and political correctness that is reshaping our accepted worldview beyond recognition has reached a point where re-educating the emerging corrosive mindset has become a formidable task.

In short, we are witnessing a rapid decline in Western societal values, particularly in our leaders, academics, and CEOs to a point where the rule of law and what was once known as ‘common sense’ no longer holds rational meaning.

This site challenges destructive political correctness and invites informed critique and open debate.

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Article / essay contributions are always welcome. If you have not registered before (only required once), please do so here:

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