Norm invited questions from the audience and proceeded to ignore them. He did a good job. Click here.
Nikola dropped by and spoke with feeling, compassion and insight. Click here.
Deluxe is homeless by choice. He believes there are plenty of facilities to look after the homeless. The real problem is the decisions people make. Click here.
Deluxe also explains why the minimum wage should not be lowered. His ideas would also apply to the proposed reduction of penalty rates. Click here.
This young fellow gave an exciting recitation of a Jeanne Willis poem. We only filmed the last of it, unfortunately. Click here.
Aboriginal ex-speaker Donny returned to Speakers’ Corner. He was asked if Adam Goodes’ war dance was legitimate. Click here.
This remarkable woman is raising her kids to respect our indigenous people and become helpful, responsible and compassionate human beings. All three children run a charity. Click here for the video.
Dr Karen has studied the coal and gas industry for thirty years, and she has a warning for us all. Click here.
This fellow is gravely concerned about the big influx of immigrants into Europe. Click here.
Phil turned up with a few mates and debated Norm on the subject of capital punishment. Click here.
Dave talks about the doubling of our trillion dollar debt. Click here to hear him speak.
Taylor didn’t like the way the atheists and the believers were treating each other, and he had the courage to stand up and say so. Click here.
Philip had a good word to say about refugees. Click here.
On his website Doug lists 22 incidents in which we were all nearly annihilated in nuclear war. Here are a few words on the subject. For more information try his website: givepeaceachance.net
Albert gives an example of why he doesn’t like the way some cultures impinge on others. He received an aggressive response for his trouble. Click here.
Albert has written a book, Civilisation Hijacked.
In normal circumstances some people have no trouble expressing their views, but when you point a camera at them . . . . Poor Zoe.
Zoe’s friend, Delia, had the same awkward trouble finding something to speak about. Here is her effort.
Albert Morris has written a book, Civilisation Hijacked, in which he addresses questions like ‘Why do good people do bad things?’ Click here to hear him speak.
Albert spoke twice. In this video he speaks about collective consciousness.
Annette lets her feelings about war be known. Click here.
Doug reminds us that at any moment we could all experience total annihilation in a nuclear war.
It’s good to see that people still care about Australian politics. Click here to discover what Brian says.
This perceptive man praised highly the humble Mr B.
Jacob dropped by to talk about transsexuality. Click here.
Ingrid tried to talk about women’s rights, but had to suffer an interminable question from Andrew Toth. Nevertheless, she did manage to make some sense. Click here.
Lawyer Victoria talks about the difficulty of maintaining a work/life balance. Click here.
Two weeks earlier Norm had heckled a speaker, saying that universities were wasting money. Today he happened to be speaking on The Ladder of Knowledge and he was asked about that claim. Click here for his response.