Questioning grand narratives of the past is important, and in recent years, we have witnessed a deliberate attack on national values by those who wish to destroy merit and excellence in heritage.
These groups, influenced by cultural marxist dogmas and the progression of critical theory, gnaw away at collective self-respect by rewriting history to be seen as unrelieved doom, oppression and failure.
Over the past 30 years, historians and popular writers of Australian-Aboriginal history have produced a broad 'consensus' — widespread killings of indigenous peoples occurred during settlement, that not only went unpunished, but had covert government support.
On closer examination, much of this historical analysis — particularly written since the late 1990s — is largely based on the use of questionable or unreliable evidence. This is in addition to the uncovering of deliberate misrepresentations and fabrications of historical archives.
Millions of people across the world are being forced into temporary exile to stem the spread of the COVID-19 viral pandemic.
What are you expected to do and who has to stay home? Should you prepare ahead of time? Do governments have powers to enforce quarantines? What is the hidden agenda at play here?
The Coronavirus (COVID-19) is taking over Australia and the rest of the world, with society beginning to shut down and an economic slowdown imminent.
As the story unfolds, governments are now enforcing new measures of quarantine and isolation, while using the event to introduce increased measures of surveillance and control.
A bombardment of mixed messages continue to be delivered from establishment outlets, but just how much of the current COVID-19 saga is genuine and how much has been manufactured?
A group of six farmers are preparing to take legal action against the NSW government over a bushfire in northern NSW that could have been prevented.
Graziers hit by a blaze at Guy Fawkes National Park, west of Coffs Harbour, argue it could have been prevented with more hazard reduction strategies.