This is an invitation to hear Sergio Redegalli speak.
Written by Nick Folkes.
It is not easy standing up against the forces of darkness in a politically correct world. What used to be considered normal and acceptable is now seen as evil and obsolete. The forces of darkness can be many things to different people but in the context of our Western civilisation, those who oppose, oppress and suppress free speech and expression represent darkness.
The world’s population is now in excess of 7 billion inhabitants so one would think that there would be a lot of free thinkers, both men and women, who regardless of consequences would stand up for the protection and promotion of free speech and assembly, but regrettably the world is full of moral cowards and brainwashed masses drip fed by a corrupted mass media complex controlled by broadcasting oligarchs motivated by their own racket, the result being so few are standing up for our liberties. Fortunately, there is a small band of good men and women in this world willing to make a stand for free speech despite the dangers and genuine odds faced.
Last year Tony Abbott made a lot of pre-federal election promises including that his Liberal government would create over one million jobs in their first five years in office. So far, his job creation promise has fallen flat with record job losses being announced over the past 6 months. As of 1st July 2014, Australia’s unemployment rate skyrocketed to 6.4%, a new 12 year high, but in fact our real unemployment hovers around 15% of the workforce.
Party for Freedom was hoping to hold a peaceful and lawful protest on Saturday, 26th July outside Woolworths’ store in Marrickville, but yet again it exploded into chaos when hard left ideologues from various anarchist and socialist groups including ANTIFA and Socialist Alliance joined with the Muslim Defence League opposing our protest.