...we know that there were over 4,000 submissions [against RU486]. Of this number approx 2,000 will be regarded as "correspondence" because they addressed issues other than therapeutic aspects. Another 1,000 were "form" letters and will also be disregarded.
a.f.f. journal - Volume 23 Issue
Bringing mobile phone-based smut to the masses is a billion dollar business, but many mobile phone operators aren’t buying into that business as readily as Vodafone. Already, Europe is steeped in tens of millions of dollars worth of mobile porn, with Vodafone a major provider (dubbed Vodafilth in Britain).
With all of the govt agencies, hundreds of public servants, office buildings, bureaucrats, etc, the best way we have found to be successful against those who are further attempting to corrupt our culture is with the advertisers – those who pay for the TV shows, magazines, etc.
Tasmanian Senator Guy Barnett announced an upcoming trial of ISP level filtering for all of Tassie, to begin in mid-2006. If you live in Tasmania, you will need to "opt in" (ask your provider to be included in) the trial.
The Canadian Fraser Commission on Pornography and Prostitution found “commonly available, non-violent pornography had a substantially greater impact than violent pornography.” (... and even more amazing facts inside!)
AFF has been reporting for years that international surveys from the International Court of Justice at the Hague, Interpol, our own Institute of Criminology, the Home Office in London, the Japanese Foreign Ministry and others have placed Australia #1 on the world’s list for rape.
When AFF Director Jack Sonnemann was in Wagga Wagga NSW (see insert) The National Newsagent Magazine explained to an enquirer about their new policy on the display and sale of smut magazines like Picture, Penthouse, Hustler etc.
Once again we are world leaders. For years we have lead the world in rape and youth suicide. Now, according to reports from the UN World Drug Report, Australians are the world’s biggest users of ecstasy and second-biggest users of speed.
The Australian of 24 March 2006 said “Muslim nations must show the tolerance they demand.” The editorial mentions the now famous case of a former Muslim, Abdul Rahman, at that date under death sentence for his “crime” of converting from Islam to Christianity.
Homosexual activist Rodney Croome is urging the Red Cross to review its sensible ban on accepting blood donations from homosexual men.