With a tragic murder and hospitalization of random innocent people on the streets of Sydney today, you might think the media would be asking questions about how a patient of a mental health unit with extremist beliefs was able to escape the facility in which a
Yesterday the major parties both united to reject the proposed inquiry into self-defence that was being proposed by SFFP MP Jeff Bourman. Why was this inquiry rejected? After all it’s just about having a discussion on self-defence. Much like the recent banking inquiry, one must consider
As the debate about Bourke Street rages, ex-NSW Police Assistant Commissioner Nick Kaldas has weighed in: “While no two incidents are the same, and it is an extremely difficult call to make on the spot, the public needs to differentiate between incidents where the police are
If you’ve noticed one of many recurring themes in Melbourne’s violent crime wave, it’s pretty clear – unarmed business owners being taken advantage of by armed criminals. We also said last year that it would be inevitable that some of the public would take matters into
The same NSW Police that disarmed David Dunstan after defending his family from an ice junkie, spent some tax payer funds with this PR blitz today: Military-style assault rifles have become the latest weapon against terror and organised crime, with specialist police now trained to use
Along with overpriced real estate, virtue signalling and anti-Australian councils, it seems terrorism is just part and parcel of living in Melbourne: Shopping malls and even supermarkets in Victoria will be patrolled by extra armed protective services officers to help prevent terror attacks, the state government says.
After the London Terrorist Attack and Brighton Shooting, much of the discourse of the past week has been spent on Australia’s capacity to respond to terrorism. Senator David Leyonhjelm appeared on the Today Show to discuss lethal and non-lethal self-defence for Australian citizens. It was a