For too long, Australians committed to freedom have consoled themselves, believing that while their condition is desperate, it’s not yet serious.
As Christians lose their jobs, as Liberal and Labor governments embrace government censorship of our speech and opinions, and as the heritage that’s created liberal democracy and the rule of law is obliterated, too many of us have shrugged our shoulders and uttered some variation of ‘Oh well, it’s always darkest before dawn,’ or ‘The tide will turn’ or ‘The pendulum will swing back.
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