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Brutopian notes

30 June 2018

9:00 AM

30 June 2018

9:00 AM

A few weeks ago I had the privilege to be present at the launch of Kevin Donnelly’s vitally necessary new book How Political Correctness is Destroying Australia, an occasion which saw eloquent speeches by Alan Jones, Tony Abbott and the author himself. I agree with virtually everything Dr Donnelly has written and spoken yet in a sense his position reminds me of that of Solzhenitsyn in Russia whose One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich, the most influential book to circulate at all freely in Russia from the time of the Revolution onwards, was published in 1962 yet communism...

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