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NOTE: Written 11th March 2022 and updated 12th March 2022 In the previous newsletter Jack mentioned the Long Range Acoustic Devices (LRADs) deployed in Canberra against people at the anti-mandate protests, in the context of 'what are rights?'. And… More »
Liberty Arc Issue 3 Libertas et veritas Hello $firstname_and_login$! Please feel free to forward this to anyone who may be interested. All newsletters are archived at https://libertypartyaustralia.org/forum/forum-newsletter-archive/ The permanent url… More »
Hello $firstname_and_login$! This is the first newsletter we've sent - so sorry it's taken this long - but a big thank you for signing up to the site at all! Very much appreciated considering we're nobodies. My name is Kristi Prohm, wife of Jack Prohm… More »
Honestly if I could have, I would have voted for 'job security, wages and affordable housing' as my top three. The three are pretty closely related, afterall. Obviously these problems have been around for a while and have been growing worse, but I feel… More »
I remember in school how there was always the custodial speech before every school assembly, and that we vaguely learned there were hundreds of Aboriginal languages across Australia. We even learned that the Aboriginal people didn't have numbers - only… More »
As someone from Gen Z, I believe that the education system has failed both my generation and the following generations (especially with all of these mask and vaccination mandates on young CHILDREN). There is too much of a focus on grades and not actual… More »
Liberty Arc Issue 2 Libertas et veritas Hello $firstname_and_login$! Please feel free to forward this to anyone who may be interested. All newsletters are archived at https://libertypartyaustralia.org/forum/forum-newsletter-archive/ The permanent url… More »
If I could have, I would have ticked everything on the poll list. They are, after all, our grievances as mentioned in the policies!!! But being forced to choose only one made me consider them all equally, and I picked 'social coercion' - which was a… More »
This 1 minute video is a brilliant analogy for where we are now. We don't notice the tiny, gradual, invisible changes to our world over time, until we do. (And what on earth is a science lab waiting room anyway, much less one that looks like that?!) More »
Just one thing worth mentioning whilst here: the famous quote "The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing" may not have been said by Edmund Burke at all! (This quote is also on our Quotations page — but as a debatable… More »
This 1963 experiment is a classic textbook study in psychology. It is many things: famous, infamous, horrifying, and thought-provoking all at once - what would YOU have done were you the 'teacher' in 1963? Here is a short video of the experiment in… More »
I have waited half a century for the emergence of an Australian political party that actually listens to members and researches salient issues. This has finally arrived: the Liberty Party. So here is a thought for readers of this site: 99% of the… More »
[I was inspired to write this after Tony made contact with us via Cairns News, which kindly published John's letter to the Editor - thank you kindly, Cairns News! I ran this by Tony first for his permission to post - thank you too, so much, Tony! -… More »