Ted Scott
Australia’s Uncontested Cultural Revolution

Australia’s Uncontested Cultural Revolution

Almost inevitably it seems, we woke up on 26 January to see pictures of a bronze statue of James Cook lying on the ground having been sawn off at the ankles causing it to topple from its plinth. It seems as though the perpetrator of this act of vandalism believed he...

What did you learn at school today?

What did you learn at school today?

I have written many times before about the “long march of the left” through our institutions. It seems that march is now almost complete with our schools, our universities, government bureaucracies and even our corporates awash in political correctness and identity...

Let’s have a frank talk about immigration

Let’s have a frank talk about immigration

The Australian economy is not in a particularly good place at present. Inflation remains stubbornly high; interest rates continue to rise; cost of living is soaring and government debt is at an alarming level Quick share links: The Reserve Bank of...

Lessons from the voice referendum

Lessons from the voice referendum

Quick share links: Well the Voice referendum has been a painful experience for a lot of us. It was essentially a divisive exercise that provided an opportunity for progressives to exaggerate perceived racism in the Australian population. It was...

The Paradox of Hate Speech

The Paradox of Hate Speech

Quick share links: “Hatred is the Winter of the Heart” – Victor Hugo According to the French geneticist, Matthieu Ricard, who left his scientific career to become a Buddhist monk in the Himalayas:  Of all the mental poisons, hatred is the most...

Don’t be Sorry!

Don’t be Sorry!

Quick share links: Often in our day to day lives we go about our business somewhat mindlessly. Without much thought we fall into line with the prevailing thoughts of others and forget lessons we have learnt in the past. Sometimes we are encouraged...

The saga of the great Voice subterfuge

The saga of the great Voice subterfuge

Quick share links: It seems to me a great tragedy Australia’s original inhabitants have emerged from the Dream Time only to be ensconced in the “woke” time.With the Voice referendum fast approaching and the rhetoric from both the Yes camp and the...