Friday, 20 February 2009

Australia Calling

Reported by Derrick MacThomas


One of the top people at Australian internet service provider iPrimus has described Prime Minister Kevin Rudd's plan to censor the internet as 'like China'. Rudd's plan involves Chinese-style mandatory filtering and a secret black list of banned sites. The public will not be allowed to know what sites the government has blocked. Anyone who thinks that Australia is a free country is not up to speed with reality.

The Australia Calling webcast by Derrick MacThomas for this week which features this story and more form down under can be downloaded for your listening pleasure.
Here: Australia Calling Latest Edition.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Regarding the utter spineless dhimmitude of the Establishment, I wonder how many of our easily-corruptible politicians have sold their souls to the enormously wealthy and powerful Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC).

The OIC wants the UN and Western countries to punish “Islamophobia” and blasphemy. Among the manifestations of Islamophobia, in the OIC’s view, are European opposition to illegal immigration, anti-terrorist measures, criticism of multiculturalism, and indeed any efforts to defend Western cultural and national identities.

The OIC has massive funding from oil sources, which it lavishly spends on the Western media and academia and in countless “dialogues.” It influences Western policy, laws, and even textbooks through pressures brought by Muslim immigrants and by the Western nations’ own leftist parties.