Archives for December 2008

More quotes of note

“Particularly in the West you have what is called a guilt complex, having such great luxuries when many people are starving, so they think that by giving up those things and being so-called spiritual, they’re going to achieve something in life—mostly you find they get frustrated and run back.” ~ Narendra Nayak, President of the […]

Policing issues

Terrence Odgers discusses matters of concern regarding the police force, the effects of the Wood Royal Commission, and their impact upon present-day policing and services to the public. Most NSW residents are unaware that the state Police Force is not as effective in combating crime as it used to be. Most would also be unaware […]

Media success in election campaign

Darrin Hodges comments on the recent NSW council elections. The recent NSW council elections, and my participation in them, was certainly an interesting experience, and though the actual results would seem disappointing (333 votes or 2%) it was a huge success in terms of getting publicity for the Protectionist Party – beyond our expectations [1]. […]

Quotes of note

“After the threats of prosecution yesterday I thought it was appropriate to tell those that would try and intimidate, bully and threaten us that we are not going to back down. We have a duty to our people, a duty to tell the truth and that is exactly what we are going to do.” ~ […]

Kevin Rudd — Say sorry to me!

N.B. Smith brings a different viewpoint to the controversy over the apology to the “stolen generation” and asks why the government does not extend the same courtesy to people of all races in Australia. As people are aware the Prime Minister, Kevin Rudd, made a big apology to members of the Aboriginal so-called “Stolen Generation”. […]