Malcolm Roberts

Has Julie Inman Grant undermined the Office of the eSafety Commission?

20 June 2024 1:00 am

There are credible arguments for the existence of the Office of the eSafety Commission, provided it acts as intended. In…

‘No means NO!’ The WHO’s power grab fails

7 June 2024 1:52 am

We cannot and will not allow the WHO to create a health dictatorship

Scream louder: we will not suffer the e-Stasi Commissar

2 May 2024 2:00 am

A healthy democracy has a zero tolerance policy when it comes to censors. As I pledged on Spectator TV last week, One…

Digital ID dystopia: you do not solve incompetence with tyranny

4 April 2024 2:00 am

With the Digital ID Bill passing through the Senate, the bombardment of promotional material has begun – even ahead of…

Retail outrage: Plibersek wants the clothes off your back. ‘I’ll be watching.’

28 February 2024 1:50 am

To cope with the outrageous creep of authoritarian behaviour and inescapable globalism, sometimes citizens of the West refer to themselves…

Cockroaches in the halls of power, crickets in the press

21 February 2024 3:00 am

Eating insects is not only an act of global salvation – following the advice of the United Nation’s advice on…

Power to the people: the National Rally Against Reckless Renewables

7 February 2024 9:07 am

One Nation Leader, Pauline Hanson, spoke at the National Rally Against Reckless Renewables on the lawn in front of Parliament House in…

Isn’t it ironic?

10 December 2023 11:10 pm

Last Thursday on Music Band T-shirt Day, the Prime Minister chose to wear a T-shirt from the Australian band Radio Birdman.…

Gallagher’s Digital ID announcement fact-checked for misinformation

5 December 2023 12:36 pm

Labor has decided to rush one of its most hazardous policies through right on Christmas hoping this would strip the…

Is Treasurer Chalmers the Pontius Pilate of interest rates?

30 November 2023 4:00 am

Australian Prime Ministers typically leave a single memory to mark their reign. Morrison had his lump of coal. Rudd loved…

Optus offers a taste of the digital Dark Ages

15 November 2023 4:00 am

Last week, Australia was given a reminder about the importance of cash. Waking up to the Dark Ages, around 10…

Malcolm Roberts: The Voice is a test of Australia’s moral strength

25 September 2023 4:00 am

There are periods in history when a nation is tested. Revolutionary activists promise popularity to leaders with floundering polls in…

Banking is a human right: can a people’s bank save us from ESG madness?

22 August 2023 5:00 am

Australia has a problem. The financial security of the nation’s citizens dangles on the threads of ‘social virtue’ spun out…

The great green backlash: is Labor next?

21 July 2023 4:00 am

Net Zero is the politics of poverty. This dim economic reality lurking beneath all the feel-good social media propaganda about…

The West’s child exploitation scandal: groomers and abusers

21 June 2023 4:00 am

One Nation is referring the Classification Board to a Senate inquiry regarding the creep of inappropriate content that has made…

A demand for transparency on $26 million grant for gender diversity research

7 June 2023 4:00 am

$26 million in public money has been set aside – in the middle of a financial crisis – specifically for…

Children targeted by WHO ‘Standards for Sexuality Education in Europe’

8 May 2023 4:00 am

The World Health Organisation has orchestrated a ‘framework for policy makers, educational and health authorities and specialists’ titled, Standards for…

Albanese: ‘shadow politics’ and the WHO’s Pandemic Treaty

19 January 2023 4:00 am

The old adage, ‘what you don’t know can’t hurt you’ does not apply to politics. What political leaders do in…

There is nothing ‘smart’ about surveillance cities

14 December 2022 4:00 am

On December 3, Jo Nova penned an article, Climate lockdowns coming? You will be tracked in your suburb and happy about…

Yes, Australia has a problem with live birth data

29 November 2022 4:00 am

The fact-checkers at the ABC jumped to the government’s rescue when I asked a few pointed questions about the reported decline in birth rates…

Unity through honesty must carry the stage

6 October 2022 4:00 am

There often comes a time when a friend has to put his arm around a mate who is behaving badly…

Is Prime Minister Albanese scared of the crossbench?

28 June 2022 4:00 am

Prime Minister Albanese has reduced the advisory staff available to crossbench Senators and MHRs from four to one. This may…

Big Pharma is no better than Big Tobacco

14 January 2022 9:00 am

As I stated in my speech On Freedom in August 2021: ‘On many occasions in the last year I have…

Corporate subsidies don’t keep the lights on

6 October 2017 2:02 pm

A wise man once told me watching business people talk about economics is like watching a dog walk on its…

The CSIRO’s political science

7 November 2016 4:34 pm

As the grandson and son of coal miners I grew up fascinated by mining. I accompanied dad to work, built…