Last Thursday night at the United Israel Appeal dinner in Sydney, Scott Morrison gave the most important speech of any Australian Prime Minister in the post-war era.
I know that’s a big claim. But given the seriousness of the ideological sickness afflicting our nation and the West, I think it can be substantiated.
While the Chinese Communist Party menace is a clear and present external danger, our cultural decline, if not arrested, threatens to bring us down from within.
Morrison struck deep at the heart of our illness.
He correctly diagnosed the cancer as entitlement mentality, identity politics and cancel culture.
The resultant social and moral corrosion was aided and abetted by the misuse of...
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