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Lefty, Hard worker, proud family man.hard talking dont put up with rascist or bigots believe in fAIR GO WARNING WARNING LNP TRYING SHUT MY PAGE DOWN
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BigAl of hansard fame but not a bot 5h
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BigAl of hansard fame but not a bot 7h
And lnp want give them tax cuts
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BigAl of hansard fame but not a bot 7h
It was labor's policy But this has been watered down to protect present ministers
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John Wren, Bookie. Labor $1.14, Liberals $4.50 Nov 10
. filth can't help themselves. Dutton just politicised the attack by stating "Labor aren't up to it" (whatever that is). OK Dutton, since you went there, who let the lone wolf into the country in the first place? It was Ruddock and the Libs.
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Alastair Lawrie Nov 25
6 mths (& 8 days) since the Ruddock Religious Freedom Review was handed to then-PM Turnbull, and the Australian public is still yet to see it. Beyond time to hand it over .
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Sky News Australia 14h
.: The Ruddock review has been available to the govt since May. It should have been considered during the working part of the year. It’s strange the govt should decide they’re going to have this flurry of activity in December.
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Max Chalmers 8h
Important but brief passage in the Ruddock review -- suggests there ARE instances where students have been forced to leave schools because of their sexuality
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Jo Hirst 9h
that’s really nice that you are putting so much time and effort into protecting religion. What about protecting children like mine? They don’t have a choice about who they are or where they go to school.
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FutureIsNotThePast 11h
Why should secular Australia accept recommendations from Ruddock's religious hard right review? We all saw the religious hard right's colours in the debate. They have plenty of freedom to abuse their adherents and their churches won't even sign up to compensation.
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BigAl of hansard fame but not a bot 8h
Replying to @fehowarth
Wet lettace icac present lnp ministers wont be affected
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Graeme Ettinger 🆓 8h
Doesn't it mean sections of the Muslim community can practise Sharia Law..or some Pentecostal churches gay conversion thetapy.
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BigAl of hansard fame but not a bot 8h
No another stupid policy by muppet govt Same as fake federal icac protecting govt ministers
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Lord Rivers of Beer 10h
So the Government of Muppets led by its Prime Muppet is going to accept Phil (Of The Undead) Ruddock's Septuagenarian medieval wish to bring the irreligious to heel. He will arm the Jesuits, Auto de Feys in all cities & town squares, Loyalty Oaths to religious leaders.
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BigAl of hansard fame but not a bot 8h
Replying to @joshgnosis
Then there's no rush to push it through then
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Josh Taylor 12h
Looks like we will finally get the Ruddock Review and response in about 10 minutes. (The government has had the report since May)
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🌹MsRose🌹 13h
Scott Morrison will be giving a sermon today as he releases the Ruddock review, which will allow in some way the continued discrimination against LGBTQI students, teachers etc. This will prob make the backbench of the happy. They love discrimination.
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Michael Koziol 12h
Scott Morrison confirms the govt will adopt Ruddock’s recommendation to get rid of the ban on blasphemous ship names
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Josh Taylor 10h
The Ruddock panel said they heard from LGBT students and staff who had been discriminated against in religious schools, contrary to what is being claimed.
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Pat Norman 9h
Scott Morrison bangs on about a federal ICAC as a 'fringe issue', then drops this silly 'Freedom of Religion' act and commissioner on us. Bloody hell.
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