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Censoring the truth is wrong

27 April 2024

9:00 AM

27 April 2024

9:00 AM

I am truly surprised. In fact, I am staggered. I thought there was not a single menber of parliament in Australia who would stand up for freedom and oppose censorship, such is the hysteria that seems to have gripped the nation. The particular issue that has unleashed this new dictatorship of the mind is the proposed ban on showing on the internet the vision of the horrific attack on the Assyrian bishop in Sydney by the idiot who took to stabbing the poor bishop during a church service.

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