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Why are governments spending so much money policing our speech?

29 August 2023

3:11 PM

29 August 2023

3:11 PM

The Albanese government’s attempt to make itself the arbiter of truth with its Orwellian ‘Misinformation’ Bill has thrown a spotlight onto the establishment’s desire to limit free speech in Australia.

As the government struggles with the core essentials like keeping the lights on, maintaining a functional defence force, and bringing down the cost-of-living – and with the intergenerational report painting an even more dire picture of Australia’s ability to pay for core services into the future – it’s past time to ask:

Who on earth thought it was a good idea for the state to spend so much time and money policing...

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