Category Archives: Political Correctness

The deliberate degradation of Australian men

The Unique Discrimination White Men Face

Augusto Zimmerman, Quadrant, 17 November 2020

here are compelling reasons for white men to believe that bias against them is increasing. Take the example of politics. While Australians are worried about the rising unemployment and how to pay expensive electricity bills, the ruling party frets about “gender balance” among its members of federal Parliament. Prime Minister Scott Morrison says he is deeply committed to boosting female representation.

The Liberty Party has recently stated that it wants to increase the representation of female MPs to at least 50 per cent over the next decade. Currently, around 22 per cent of female Liberal MPs grace the federal parliament. The internal report, entitled ‘Room for Movement: Women and Leadership in the Liberal Parity’, relates decreasing electoral support for Liberals with the low proportion of female leaders within the party and, particularly, in the parliament. Currently about 50 per cent of Labor MPs are female. How’s that working for them?

The Australian Labor Party lost the last federal election. And not only that but it received around 300 thousand fewer votes from women than did the Liberal Party. Labor now despises the working class and their voters feel disenfranchised, abandoned, forgotten and ignored. Labor is now a party of social engineers and completely infected by new-leftism, feminism and radical environmentalism. 

As for the Liberal Party, its leadership certainly should think twice before advancing the same leftist agenda. Rather, this party should consider the advice of their founder Sir Robert Menzies, who once said he would vote for a woman ‘with no prejudice and with great cheerfulness’ only if he was satisfied that she is the better and more qualified person to occupy the job.

The argument that the Liberal Party needs more “representation of women” is misuse of language. After all, every MP is supposed to represent men and women alike.[1] As noted by James Macpherson in The Spectator, ‘the sexist idea that only a woman can truly represent the interests of women was well and truly dismantled [this late October] when it was revealed Australia’s foreign affairs minister Marise Payne was yet to speak to her Qatar counterpart about the alleged strip search of 13 Australian women at Doha’.[2]   

It’s unbelievable to think the party founded by Menzies would allow itself to be defined by sexist ideology, especially when the New Left cannot even define the word “woman”. The Liberal Party is taking “incremental steps” towards higher female representation, boasts its left-wing leadership. One would expect a supposedly conservative party to pre-select candidates on the basis of their merit, regardless of gender. However, writes Macpherson, ‘their fixation on social engineering shows that they are taking Australia down the same work cul-de-sac as Labor, only more slowly’.[3]

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Litigation – Trump not the only one

Critics of Donald Trump’s litigation have short memories

The Mocker, The Australian, 12 November 2020

Like him or loathe him, US president-elect Joe Biden has won the presidential election. But it does not follow that he should be president. In fact, he should not, and there are sound grounds to refuse his elevation, even if it goes against majority opinion. To argue democracy should be paramount is to misconstrue how it functions in the republic.

Americans talk about democracy like it is sacred. The more democratic American government is, the better. The people are supposed to rule. But that is not the premise that underlies America’s political system. Most of the men who founded the country feared the tyranny of majority rule.

Before he became president, James Madison wrote that systems of government based upon “pure democracy’ were “incompatible with personal security or the rights of property”. After he left the presidency, John Adams wrote that “Democracy never lasts long. It soon wastes, exhausts and murders itself.”

That is not to say the founders rejected democracy. They designed a system with democratic features. The people had a voice. They could, for instance, directly elect members of the House of Representatives. But the founders also self-consciously limited the people’s voice.

For example, the Bill of Rights is undemocratic. It limits the federal government’s power in profound ways, ways the people often dislike. The Supreme Court too is undemocratic. Its justices wield extraordinary power for as long as they wish without any being answerable to anyone. It matters not if the majority of Americans oppose the court’s rulings. The only way to change the system is through amending the Constitution, and that is a cumbersome process. But even that is undemocratic. Unlike Australia, it does not require a referendum.

Technically speaking, Biden was not elected on November 3. Under the Constitution, the real election will occur on December 14. That is when electors in each state cast their votes. Put yourself in their position. Would you bestow the presidency on Biden when he is already showing signs of mental decline?

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How the fraud was achieved

How massive voter fraud was facilitated in three swing states: Pennsylvania, Georgia, and Nevada

LifeSiteNews, 10 November 2020

ANALYSIS

November 10, 2020 (LifeSiteNews) – Under the pretense of coronavirus hysteria, Democrats implemented a national, orchestrated push to loosen accountability in the voting process, which they have now evidently exploited with massive voter fraud enabling even their ability to flip a lopsided presidential election. 

Attorney General Bill Barr warned in September that “mail-in voting” schemes were “reckless and dangerous” due to their being “very open to fraud and coercion,” and that this understanding was broadly acknowledged prior to the arrival of the Trump administration.

Throughout these last several months of “crisis,” the Democrats laid the groundwork for this absurd outcome by advancing an ongoing loosening of accountability in the voting process, including universal mail-in balloting, the extension of time to accept or “cure” mail-in ballots, and the removal of provisions that are meant to prevent “ballot harvesting.”

Here is how their campaign to open-up vulnerabilities in our election process has enabled them, through evident voter fraud, to potentially steal elections in three important states. 

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It’s the counters

It’s Not Who Votes, It’s Who Counts Them

James Allan, Quadrant, 5 November 2020

A conservative friend who dislikes Trump asked about his 2am speech branding the election as a fraud. Here’s my reply:

I guess my immediate response to any criticisms of Trump’s performance last night is to tease out some of the underlying assumptions. There are three basic possible premises.

1/ The Democrats did not cheat.

2/ The Democrats did cheat.

3/ We can’t know for sure, but the Democrats may have cheated.

In regard to #1, if this is true then Trump’s claims about stealing an election are despicable. Thus far I haven’t been overwhelmed with any evidence on this front. But it may come.

Re #2. On this premise I don’t think there was anything at all wrong with Trump’s 2am performance. I would have done the same.

Re #3. I assume most people fall here. We don’t know. We do know that Wisconsin now has, what, an 86 per cent turnout. That is nearing NZ levels, the highest in the world for any non-compulsory voting jurisdiction.

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Let’s make up a list of Trump supporters

The Left Begins Compiling Lists of Trump Supporters.. ‘They’ll be Dealt With’

Inside Scoop Politics, 8 November 2020

When, throughout history, have we heard this kind of rhetoric before? What kind of countries compile lists of political opponents to ‘deal with them’ after an election?

We aren’t just talking about left wing citizens. We are talking about members of Congress bragging about having a list of Trump supporters that are ‘complicit in the future’ – whatever that means.

That’s not even the worst of them.

Here’s Washington Post writer and MSNBC contributor saying that any Republican supporting President Trump in the investigation into voter fraud should not be allowed into a ‘polite’ society and be denied jobs.

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The Election is not over

The Election is Not Over

by Chris Farrell

Gadstone Institute,

[T]he “journalists” of the news media have begun the relentless drumbeat of proclaiming “President-elect Biden.” That is make-believe. The media does not determine the outcome of the election. Governors of states will send electors to Washington DC in early December. That is the Electoral College, and their vote will decide the presidential election. So, the string of reports and stories and projections and suppositions about the new Biden administration is all part of an information operation to psychologically condition the public to accept Biden/Harris as a fait accompli.

[I]f President Trump were serious about challenging the outcomes in Georgia, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Michigan. Wisconsin, Nevada and Arizona (maybe even Virginia), then he would be back on the campaign trail, holding rallies in those states. The best way to motivate the electorate, and the vote counters and the judges making rulings in the legal cases pending in the courts and jurisdictions of those states, is to show up.

President Trump may wish to reconsider his leisure time should he wish to successfully challenge the currently scripted outcome of the election.

The president MUST get personally involved and FIGHT.

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Grounds for claiming electoral fraud

Church Militant has raised serious questions about the voting in key states. They cannot be brushed aside without consideration.

TRUMP TEAM: IT’S NOT OVER

by Christine Niles  •  ChurchMilitant.com  •  November 8, 2020

Trump fights on amid documented cases of voter fraud, irregularities

WASHINGTON (ChurchMilitant.com) – As ballots continue to be counted in several states and numerous lawsuits are being filed alleging voter fraud, President Trump’s team has made clear: The fight is not over.

Various mainstream news organizations declared Joe Biden the projected winner of the election Saturday, referring to him as “president-elect,” even though no electors have yet cast their votes nor has a single state officially certified its ballots. Ballots must be certified by Dec. 8, and electors cast their votes on Dec. 14.

“The election isn’t over until all legal votes are counted and certified. There are still serious legal challenges that have been made, and until that process is resolved, the election is not final,” tweeted House Republican Whip Steve Scalise. “The American people deserve a fair and transparent process.”

President Trump was ahead in Pennsylvania by nearly 800,000 votes as of late Wednesday night, and was also leading in battleground states like Michigan, Arizona, North Carolina and Georgia — only for a number of these states to stop counting without explanation a little after 11 p.m. Counting resumed around 4 a.m., when no poll watchers were observing, as required by law.

The tally as of Sunday in Pennsylvania is approaching the margin that would trigger an automatic recount. Biden is ahead at 49.7% compared to Trump’s 49.1%, leaving a margin of 0.6%. A margin of 0.5% is needed for a recount.

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A collusion of billionaire globalists, Big Tech, the media and the manipulative Marxist left

From the moment the horror became clear in 2016, the above collusion went to work. It was unrelenting. No trick or stratagem or slander was spared.

It is astonishing that Trump not only faced down Mordor, but came within reach of destroying the ring that binds them all. Let him take on the role of Strider, a Ranger of the North, and spend time preparing the return of the king. His support will not go away.