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From Gadigal to Gaza: ‘The Voice’ was a bad idea

30 January 2024

2:00 AM

30 January 2024

2:00 AM

Recent events have shown that critics dismissing the concerns over the 21st Century victim cult as an exaggerated far-right conspiracy theory are failing to recognise the real dangers highlighted by this analysis.

The multitude of individuals marching across the Western world in support of Palestine, often using a genocidal slogan – ‘From the River to Sea’ – shows the nature of this growing mindset that allows the masses to condone what is, in my view, pure evil.

This narrow and fanatical prism through which the victim cult perceives the world leads to the abandonment of basic moral principles and the erosion of...

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