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Mark Latham takes on the ‘anti-discrimination’ industry

25 April 2020

1:47 PM

25 April 2020

1:47 PM

I don’t know when it happened precisely, but Mark Latham has become one of the champions of religious freedom in the state of NSW. It’s strange, because by his own admission he doesn’t even consider himself ‘religious’. However, the NSW One Nation leader is taking on the thought police with a bill to protect free speech online. 

For anyone keen to still be able to express their religious point of view online via social media, Latham’s proposed bill offers the much-needed protection.

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