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Inside the Christian Right conspiracy to ‘take over government’

29 February 2024

8:13 PM

29 February 2024

8:13 PM

[Tongue in cheek … obviously.]

Since 2018, a small annual conference has been held in Brisbane which claims to be ‘arming Christians to influence culture’. Going largely under the radar and unheard of, the ‘Church and State Summit’ has welcomed senior right-wing personalities to the stage as credible as former Deputy Prime Minister John Anderson, as popular as Senator Nampijinpa Price, and as polarising as the late Cardinal George Pell who was sensationally convicted of historical sex crimes before being unanimously acquitted by Australia’s highest court.

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