Essential Reading

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The Persecution of George Pell chronicles how the highest levels of the police, judiciary and politicians in Australia, plus victim lobby groups, compensation lawyers, and journalists, used bogus accusations of child sexual abuse to persecute, convict and jail an innocent man.

Keith Windschuttle uncovers the campaign aimed not only at personally destroying one of Australia’s most influential religious leaders, but also of trashing the reputation of the Catholic Church. Had it succeeded, the campaign would have set damaging precedents for the rule of law in Australia. Pell spent 400 days in prison before a unanimous judgment of the High Court finally set him free.

To get their man, lawyers, judges and a Royal Commission reversed long-standing legal principles, including the presumption of innocence, the onus of proof, and guilt beyond reasonable doubt. Every claim of child sexual abuse, they insisted, must be believed. This is the story of profound injustice heaped on one individual and the social and legal damage caused by radical ideologues convinced of their own virtue.

Retail price: $39.95, plus postage

Available now from
Quadrant Books, 408 pages

UPDATE. Of The Persecution of George Pell, Freedoms Project reviewer Paul Collits writes:

The appearance of the book is a further sign of justice belatedly won, of sanity regained, of evil called out for what it is, of an attempted character assassination put to rights. This year has seen not only the Cardinal’s legal vindication by the highest court in the land and his immediate release from prison following the decision, but also his superb and humble performance when interviewed by Andrew Bolt, evidence of his strong support from fellow inmates and warders while incarcerated, his unvanquished homecoming to Rome, his joyful reunion with the Pope, the revelations of possible Vatican complicity in Pell’s Australian persecution, and numerous analyses of the case by legal experts that confirmed just what a farce the whole thing was.

And now this impressive and comprehensive work. A work of both substance and significance.

With Windschuttle’s book, George Pell’s enemies have now been laid bare, and their lies and evil intentions exposed….

More reactions to the book here, here, here, here and here

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Bitter Harvest
now on sale

The highly readable vivisection of author Bruce Pascoe’s compendium of errors, misrepresentations and misquoted sources depicting Aborigines as sedentary agriculturalists with ‘skills superior to those of the white colonisers who took their land and despoiled it’ is available from Quadrant Books.

With the ABC pointedly ignoring any and all critiques of Dark Emu‘s fantasies as it peddles and promotes Pascoe’s shoddy scholarship, Bitter Harvest is essential reading for those who still believe truth matters.

 

Essential Reading

Insights from Quadrant
Insights from Quadrant

To place an order click here

________________________

The Persecution of George Pell chronicles how the highest levels of the police, judiciary and politicians in Australia, plus victim lobby groups, compensation lawyers, and journalists, used bogus accusations of child sexual abuse to persecute, convict and jail an innocent man.

Keith Windschuttle uncovers the campaign aimed not only at personally destroying one of Australia’s most influential religious leaders, but also of trashing the reputation of the Catholic Church. Had it succeeded, the campaign would have set damaging precedents for the rule of law in Australia. Pell spent 400 days in prison before a unanimous judgment of the High Court finally set him free.

To get their man, lawyers, judges and a Royal Commission reversed long-standing legal principles, including the presumption of innocence, the onus of proof, and guilt beyond reasonable doubt. Every claim of child sexual abuse, they insisted, must be believed. This is the story of profound injustice heaped on one individual and the social and legal damage caused by radical ideologues convinced of their own virtue.

Retail price: $39.95, plus postage

Available now from
Quadrant Books, 408 pages

UPDATE. Of The Persecution of George Pell, Freedoms Project reviewer Paul Collits writes:

The appearance of the book is a further sign of justice belatedly won, of sanity regained, of evil called out for what it is, of an attempted character assassination put to rights. This year has seen not only the Cardinal’s legal vindication by the highest court in the land and his immediate release from prison following the decision, but also his superb and humble performance when interviewed by Andrew Bolt, evidence of his strong support from fellow inmates and warders while incarcerated, his unvanquished homecoming to Rome, his joyful reunion with the Pope, the revelations of possible Vatican complicity in Pell’s Australian persecution, and numerous analyses of the case by legal experts that confirmed just what a farce the whole thing was.

And now this impressive and comprehensive work. A work of both substance and significance.

With Windschuttle’s book, George Pell’s enemies have now been laid bare, and their lies and evil intentions exposed….

More reactions to the book here, here, here, here and here

Insights from Quadrant

Bitter Harvest
now on sale

The highly readable vivisection of author Bruce Pascoe’s compendium of errors, misrepresentations and misquoted sources depicting Aborigines as sedentary agriculturalists with ‘skills superior to those of the white colonisers who took their land and despoiled it’ is available from Quadrant Books.

With the ABC pointedly ignoring any and all critiques of Dark Emu‘s fantasies as it peddles and promotes Pascoe’s shoddy scholarship, Bitter Harvest is essential reading for those who still believe truth matters.