End ‘Boo-Hoo’ Bans on Free Speech! Oz to Repeal ‘Bolt Law?’

‘It’s now very common to hear people say “I’m rather offended by that”, as if that gives them certain rights. It’s no more than a whine. It has no meaning, it has no purpose, it has no reason to be respected as a phrase. “I’m offended by that.” Well, so f***ing what?’



  • That’s what Mr Stephen Fry said a while ago, and unusual thought it is for me to laud the words of a ‘gay’ activist, he’s spot on.

Here in Indonesia, we have even witnessed Gramedia’s Hitlerian book-burning because the book upset the MUI’s ‘scholars’ and the Islamonazi FPI.



And we have regularly to endure all sorts of intolerant Islamists whining about how somebody or something has ‘hurt their feelings…’ https://rossrightangle.wordpress.com/2013/12/05/scarfing-indonesian-cops-boo-hoo-hoo-hurt-feelings-again/  …to which I always say big deal. They should just shut up, grow up, get a life and consider how their own whinges upset normal folk!


bolt-launch-380x262Andrew Bolt


So a fresh breeze of freedom from Australia, where Tony Abbott’s Attorney General, Senator Brandis, says he will scrap the section of the Race Act under which columnist Andrew Bolt was prosecuted by oh-so-sensitive Aborigines. 

Senator Brandis – ‘…you cannot have a situation in a liberal democracy in which the expression of an opinion is rendered unlawful because somebody else … finds it offensive or insulting.’


brandis_george Senator Brandis


”…it is a very important part of my agenda to re-centre that debate so that when people talk about rights, they talk about the great liberal democratic rights of freedom of expression, freedom of association, freedom of worship and freedom of the press.”

A spokesman for Mr Abbott said the Coalition would repeal section 18C because ”it enables the censorship of free speech.’  http://www.smh.com.au/federal-politics/political-news/george-brandis-to-repeal-bolt-laws-on-racial-discrimination-20131108-2x50p.html#ixzz2nWLlQPBL

If only the UK would follow suit, and restore to Brits the common law freedoms ripped from them by the oppressive anti-discrimination industry.