Open Letter To Anthony Albanese: We Want Our Freedom Back

The Word Art above shows an image of my father and his younger brother and sister at Air Kaca, General Douglas MacArthur’s national heritage listed waterhole in Morotai, Indonesia. The word art is copyright Geoff Fox 2022. The open letter below to Australia’s new Prime Minister is published under a Creative Commons license. I encourage other people to copy or recreate part or all of this letter in accordance with their own beliefs and send it to Anthony Albanese under their own names.

To: Anthony Albanese.

Prime Minister,

You said that the Australian people have voted for change. You write on twitter: “I want to bring people together and lead a government that is as courageous, hard-working and caring as the Australian people.”

Here is a list of changes I hope for in Australia, things that I hope you will care about and work for:

1. Will you find out how many people lockdowns killed? How many old people in aged care were so grief stricken at being cut off from their families that they stopped eating and died? How many suicides did lockdowns cause?

2. Will you protect the human rights which have been trashed in Australia? Freedom of speech? Freedom of movement? The right to consent and not be compelled to take any medical treatment?

3. Will you address the contempt for mothers which has characterized the feminist era?

4. Will you oppose the misandrist demonisation of men which I believe drives up to 7 Australian men to despair and take their own lives every day?

5. Will you reduce the debt that threatens to destroy Australia’s future?

6. Will you work to make certain that no Australian religious leader can ever again be thrown into jail because he had conducted a mass in a cathedral.

7. Will you make it impossible for politicians to use family violence courts against people like me? In 2015-16, I wanted to celebrate WW2 and human rights. From within your political party I was arrested by police and taken to a Family Violence Court and threatened with jail.

8. Will you make certain that no political candidate in an Australian election can ever again disappear into the prison system for unkown reasons during an election campaign? That happened to one good man I met this year in Melbourne. Do you care about this, Anthony Albanese?

Geoff Fox, 23rd May, 2022, Melbourne

Lets Celebrate The Sixth Anniversary Of Fidel Castro’s Cremation Properly This Year

I recognise Daniel Michael Andrews, a founding father of the Police State Of Victoria, for his Fidelity, by which I mean all the things he might have in common with Fidel Castro.

So, later this year, lets properly celebrate November the 26th, 2022, which is the sixth anniversary of Fidel Castro’s cremation, by making that the day on which the people of Victoria use their power in the day’s state election to put an end to the tyranny of their Socialist Left “leader” and criminal-at-large Premier Daniel Michael Andrews.

Andrews is guilty of the false imprisonment of millions of people in their own homes.

Andrews is also guilty of “leadership” which saw the creation of an injustice system under which Australia’s second most successful Catholic of all time was sentenced to imprisonment for 6 years as a result of the fact, which has been proved beyond reasonable doubt, that George Cardinal Pell conducted at least one mass at St Paul’s Cathedral in 1990.

Andrews is guilty in my opinion of the crime of manslaughter because of deaths caused by the worst lockdowns in the world.

However, if it is the case that Andrews knew what he was doing and knew how difficult lockdowns would be for people then the charges of manslaughter must be upgraded to many, many, many charges of murder.

At the moment I am prepared to give Dan the benefit of the doubt on this one and maintain the position that he is a virtue signaling moron who did not know what he was doing.

But I might be wrong.

November 26th is a very important day in Victoria this year.

I hope the voters make it a good one by voting the stupid tyrant out.

Geoff Fox, 22nd May, 2022, Down Under

I Will Tell My Story #8 My Vote

I am a refugee in Australia from the Australian police state of Victoria. I have just voted in the current federal election.

On June 19, 2019, I wrote to Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison from my true home, Indonesia, announcing: “I now renounce my Australian citizenship, in accordance with my right under Article 15 of the United Nations Declaration of Human Rights to change my nationality.”

ScoMo has not written back and I have not withdrawn that renunciation. I was deported back to Australia against my will and now live here in economic poverty.

I do not consider myself an Australian citizen and therefore there is some doubt over whether or not I should vote in the election.

On a pre poll voting form given to me this morning, I informed the Australian Election Commission official who gave it to me, that I was not an Australian citizen and she allowed me to go ahead and vote.

In the House of Representatives, I voted for the United Australia Party candidate and put the police state candidates from the Labor Party, the Liberals and the Greens last.

In the Senate, I put the numbers 1 to 12 next to 11 libertarian candidates and one outstanding environmentalist candidate, Kammy Cordner Hunt (number 9). Kammy lived in the same building (top floor Jeopardy) as me at Trinity College Melbourne, when I was studying Latin and Philosophy there in my twenties. She was a wonderful warm open human being, who was very proud of the fact that her dad had captained the Victorian Australian Rules football team.

I will say a little bit here in order about the four Senate candidates I voted for first.

1. Krystle Mitchell This woman is a courageous, profoundly committed libertarian, who considers her life saved by Victoria Police when she became a police officer, but who then found that her conscience would not allow her to continue in that role:

She writes: “(I) witnessed government control increase in every aspect of our daily lives. Victoria Police turned from its ‘community-focused’ policing mentality toward a strict enforcement of health orders above all else. Our organisational values seemed to be thrown out the window. Video footage was emerging almost daily of police being over-zealous. Dan was on our TVs every night scolding, berating, or gas-lighting us. The protests pushing for less government control seemed pretty reasonable and not all that surprising to me, but my organisation’s response to them quickly escalated beyond any point of reason.” (Spectator Australia, 9th May, 2022)

2. Kelly Moran is one of many people I have met who are a magnificent tribute to the astonishing act of prodemocracy philanthropy of Mr Clive Palmer in setting up and funding the United Australia Party.

3. Morgan C Jonas is one of the best pro-freedom, anti-police state speakers in Australian politics right now. A star on the rise.

4. Morgan’s fiancée Monica Smit was thrown in jail and put on trial for exercising her human rights.

These are just some of the people who make me wish that I could be proud er to be Australian born than I am.

But as long as people like Scott Morrison cannot even answer a letter about my concerns and as longa s god libertarians continue to be thrown into jail in Australia for exercising their rights, i will be ashamed of the country of my birth.

Geoff Fox, 20th May, 2022, Terra Nullius

Life In Australian Jail For A Libertarian Political Candidate Accused Of Communicating With A Woman

Today libertarian politician Ingram Spencer has been released from Australian imprisonment

He described his time behind bars like this:

“I was arrested, stripped naked and kept in solitary confinement. I had my water in my cell turned off for four days: not even able to flush the toilet, brush my teeth or shower,” Spencer told (Magistrate Johanna) Metcalf.

“I was in no position to prepare for a court proceeding. It was quite unreasonable to force me into a court prior to now.” ” – The Age, May 18, 2022

I give Ingram Spencer the presumption of innocence.

He is accused of “using a carriage service to harass” whatever that means.

There are twelve other charges against him, but letting the public know, during an election campaign, what those charges are against this candidate for public office in the highest law making body in the land is not the way things work in the police state of Victoria.

Ingram Spencer is a father of three.

He is a passionate Libertarian.

He is a national political party’s endorsed candidate for political office, who has spent most of the past three weeks of his campaign in jail.

The election is on Saturday.

His name is still on the ballot paper.

His party still endorses him.

In my dealings with him, I found him to be an honest, deeply committed intellectual , a careful, cooperative and considerate man.

He must stay free.

The swamp of the Australian parliament needs men and women like this one.

Geoff Fox, 19th May, 2022, Down Under Victoria

For Ingram Spencer – We’ll Go A-Waltzing Australia With You

According to the latest news reports, freedom fighter and libertarian politician from England, Ingram Spencer, is on a suicide watch in a Melbourne prison.

Australia’s unofficial national anthem, Waltzing Matilda, is a song about suicide.

I create the following new version of Waltzing Matilda both for Ingram as an honest attempt at empathy for what he is suffering and for a wonderful Christian singer who has made my own perosnal distress about what I know of Ingram’s plight a little easier to bear by caring deeply about Ingram’s situation.

With thanks (but absolutely no suckhole apologies) to Banjo Paterson.

For me the primary question that needs to be answered here and now is:

“What sort of Australia do Australians want Australia to be?”

Geoff fox, May 6, 2022, Down Under

(this post copyright Geoff Fox 2022)

Why Is Libertarian Ingram Spencer In Jail?

Click to watch Ingram speak about freedom.

Ingram Spencer is a United Australia Party candidate in the marginal seat of Higgins in the upcoming federal election. He is a passionate libertarian.

4 days ago his Liberal opponent, the sitting member, Dr Katie Allen of the Morrison government, said he was too aggressive and that he had been “scaring everyone” at a meeting and then the Australian Federal Police became involved. Note this well: when a member of the federal government running for reelection complained about her opponent’s words, the federal police became involved.

And now Ingram Spencer is in jail charged with being aggressive and spreading Russian propaganda.

It is not 100 % clear exactly what has happened here, but Ingram Spencer’s use of the words “mean girls” and “bitchiness” appear to have been described as “toxic” and “aggressive”. He said that he faced horrible things and they said that he was horrible.

To me this looks like robust debate. Ingram’s words are words that do upset many people but many men are profoundly traumatised by the constant modern feminist descriptions of what they do as normal human beings as “toxic” and “aggressive”.

True freedom of speech can hurt sometimes.

But without it, as Ingram himself insists, all other freedoms die.

I am not scared of Ingram’s words.

But the PC crap which has seen him incarcerated terrifies me.

Ingram Spencer must go free.

Geoff Fox, for freedom, 30th April, 2022, Terra Nullius

(Ingram is reported to have retweeted a meme which says that media criticism of Putin happens because Putin has said that the New World Order is not welcome in Russia. Discussing an opinion of the Russian president about a World Order proclaimed in 1991 by America’s 41st President George H Bush looks like legitimate political discussion to me.

I think it is a tragedy that Putin has not done as good a job of confronting the approach of the North Atlantic Treaty organisation towards Russian borders as JFK did during the Cuban missile crisis of confronting the proximity of Soviet missiles to America. But people in the West should realise that the Russian borders in question are a very long way away from the North Atlantic and trying to understand and discuss Putin’s policy in ways thayt differ form the mainstream is something a good candidate should be allowed to do without fear of going to jail for it. Especially in Australia which is even further from the North Atlantic than Russia is.)

Port Arthur Legacy: We Must Forgive Us

Unlike the apathetic population of Australia, Florida Governor Ron De Santis knows how important freedom is to Western Societies.

31 years ago today a severely disabled autistic man slaughtered 35 people at Port Arthur and, in response, Australia, under the conservative leadership of “man of steel” John Howard, made massive tightening of gun control and massive reduction in private gun ownership.

At the time, I thought Howard was magnificent in enacting that change.

But now, for me, the country of my birth is an intolerable police state.

In America in September last year, Governor De Santis, said of Australia, after Victoria Police assaulted peaceful protestors with rubber bullets (a weapon with a fatality rate of 3 percent):

“Look what’s going on in Australia right now. They’re enforcing, after a year-and-a-half, lockdowns by the military …….. In fact, I wonder why we would still have the same diplomatic relations when they’re doing that. Is Australia freer than communist China right now? I don’t know. The fact that is even a question tells you something has gone dramatically off the rails with some of this stuff.”

De Santis is now rankedin third plac by bookmakerse in the 2024 race for the White House.

There is no doubt in my mind that John Howard’s gun law reforms have made Australia a safer place with respect to killings by deranged idiots.

But now that almost all the legal guns are in the hands of the authorities, this a nation where it is much easier for those authorities to abuse peoples basic human rights and get away with it.

It wasn’t Martin Bryant we were really scared of after the Port Arthur massacre in 1996.

It was ourselves.

And that is the greatest price and value of real freedom.

It means trusting yourself and trusting our selves. When you give that trust to fallible human beings perfect safety becomes impossible. But without that trust a decent society is impossible.

We just cant legislate love, when hatred and ignorance poison peoples hearts.

The poison of hatred must get out before it kills us from the inside. Freedom of speech does that purging for us.

Living in The Word.

When that cleansing happens, freedom works.

Geoff Fox, 28th August, 2022, Terra Nullius

Cromwell, the Fallen Anzacs and Freedom: Lest We Forget The Truth

On April 25, 1599, Oliver Cromwell was born into England’s landed gentry. The great religious poet John Milton praised him as Cromwell, our chief of men, who through a cloud, ……… To peace and truth Thy glorious way has ploughed” whereas Winston Churchill condemned him as a “dictator”, writing “Upon all of us there still lies ‘the curse of Cromwell.‘ “.

Cromwell grew to become a strong ruler in difficult times. He genuinely believed in liberty, writing in 1650: “Your pretended fear lest error should step in, is like the man that would keep all the wine out of the country lest men should be drunk. It will be found an unjust and unwise jealousy, to deny a man the liberty he hath by nature upon a supposition that he may abuse it.”

Seven weeks before he died he expressed great disillusionment with the realities of power, telling parliament in 1658: “I would have been glad ……. to have kept a flock of sheep, rather than undertook such a Government as this is.”

Lest we forget the truth.

The Truth. In all its complexity. The impossibility of living up to Utopian dreams for any mortal human.

On April 25, 1915, courageous Australian diggers began sacrificing their lives to serve the needs of the British Empire. About 62,000 died in World War One in the following years. (Over one percent of the nations population.) About 156,00 were wounded, gassed or taken prisoner. Those figures combined are over half of the 416,809 men who enlisted. They were all volunteers.

Lest we forget the truth.

All of our traditions make us who we are.

Trying to be better is a part of that.

Geoff Fox, 25th April, 2022, a refugee in Terra Nullius from my true home.

Aussie Freedom Fighter #3 INGRAM SPENCER

Ingram Spencer says, “Freedom of Speech is not just another one of our freedoms.

It is The Freedom that all of our freedoms come from.”

He is so right.

A resurrection devoutly to be wished.

Geoff Fox, 14th April, (Maundy Thursday) 2022, Australia