FREE The Australian Tribune report reveals:
Australia’s Right to Free Speech Is Under Attack!
Bernd Struben examines how a select group of Australians want to stifle your fundamental right to speak your mind.
And what you can do to help turn the tide.
It seems no matter where you turn today there’s someone offended by something.
From universities releasing guides on so called ‘micro-aggressions’, to conservative voices online being outright banned for ‘hate speech’.
An uptight and outspoken few are trying to control how the rest of us think and talk.
In 2015, a civil rights lawyer in China was given a three-year suspended sentence and house arrest for alleged ‘inciting ethnic hatred’ and ‘disturbing the public order’ after posting sarcastic social media posts questioning government policy.
In 2016, A Russian blogger was sentenced to five years in prison for ‘inciting extremism and hatred’ after publishing videos online on YouTube that criticized Russia’s military intervention in Ukraine.
A school principal in India was just one of dozens of people arrested for ‘promoting disharmony’ by sharing a cartoon illustration depicting Prime Minister Narendra Modi in a post on social media.
You might think ‘That couldn’t possibly happen in Australia…’
But there are real threats to our freedom of expression right here too.
The politically correct brigade in Australia wants to stifle anything you say if they deem it ‘dangerous’ or even if it just hurts someone’s feelings.
In a brand new The Australian Tribune report titled: ‘Australia’s Right to Free Speech is Under Attack!’, editor Bernd Struben examines how a select group of people want to stifle your fundamental right to speak you mind. And what you can do to help turn the tide.
Inside your free report you’ll learn:
- How the Australian Constitution falls short of protecting our freedom of expression: Page 3 reveals how the politically correct brigade tries to use a tiny section of the 1975 Racial Discrimination Act to try and prevent you from saying anything that might hurt someone’s feelings, even if it means censoring public debate for all Australians.
- The increasing infringement on our free speech by Big Brother: Another concern is the possibility of ‘dangerous’ opinions being criminalised. Government agencies will always infringe on free speech in the name of national security. But on page 5 you’ll see just what their definition of ‘national security’ includes.
- What you can do to fight for your freedom of expression: Unless you want the only words you hear or read to be words that have been pre-approved by the government of the day, you need to stand up for your freedoms now — before it’s too late. Read the report to find out more.
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