VIDEO - The motive behind the tragic shooting in New Zealand has been associated with conservative ideologies. Trevor Loudon discusses with Christian Gomez that the motives were in fact far from it. Loudon dives into the shooter’s manifesto, which aligns with National Bolshevism, and even borrows it’s imagery.
Following last week’s deadly shootings at two New Zealand mosques that left 50 dead and many more seriously injured, Internet Service Providers in New Zealand have responded by implementing outright censorship of content related to the shootings. That censorship is manifested in different ways — from blocking certain content to barring access to entire alternative news sites. Major social media companies had already begun purging and censoring posts about the shootings, but the CEOs of major telecommunications firms in New Zealand and Australia have gone even further — creating what could be described as “The Great Trans-Tasman Firewall.” And the government of New Zealand is threatening citizens with harsh fines and jail time for possessing or sharing the video.
VIDEO - Another mass shooting shocked the world this time at the Christchurch mosque in New Zealand, where a gunman gunned down dozens of people with no remorse. New American contributor Christian Gomez interviews New Zealand author Trevor Loudon to highlight the importance of the United State's Second Amendment.
A play with the title Kill Climate Deniers has premiered for its 2018 run at the Griffin Theatre in Sydney, Australia.
Australia’s Justice Minister Michael Keenan announced two weeks ago that his government would be trying once again to remove “illegal” guns from society.
Australia's new gun-buyback program is a tacit admission that the first effort 20 years ago failed, leaving the vast majority of now-illegal firearms in the hands of the country’s citizens who largely ignored the mandate.
As the formerly "most livable city" in Australia descends into a time of armed terror, a Melbourne paper supports stricter gun control laws.
As the United Nations becomes increasingly radical in its assaults on liberty and national sovereignty, the movement for free nations to leave the dictator-dominated UN has now officially arrived in Australia. Speaking on the floor of Parliament in his inaugural address, newly elected Senator Malcolm Roberts with the One Nation party said Australian values were under threat from “insidious” institutions such as the unelected UN. To deal with it, he called for an “OzExit.” In a passionate defense of freedom, Roberts also blasted privately owned central banks and the incestuous relationship between global mega-banks and Big Government.
As with gun control a generation ago, Australia is now setting a dubious example among developed countries by passing new legislation cracking down on parents who refuse to have their children vaccinated.
Australian members of parliament have issued a report criticizing the secrecy of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) negotiations.
With final approval of the Senate on July 17, Australia officially became the first developed nation to repeal its deeply controversial tax on emissions of carbon dioxide, dealing a major setback to proponents of increasingly discredited man-made “global warming” theories. Climate realists worldwide celebrated the historic development, while enraged global-warming theorists furiously lashed out at Australian lawmakers. Analysts also noted that the repeal, shepherded through by conservative Prime Minister Tony Abbott, could be a foreshadowing of much bigger problems for the widely criticized United Nations anti-CO2 crusade.