Finally, I am seeing some real action from my campus campaign. I recently visited Canberra for meetings with parliamentarians, including the outstanding Queensland Senator, Amanda Stoker.
Last week Amanda put on a brilliant display, grilling TEQSA, the university regulator, in Senate Estimates committee about the higher education sector’s abysmal failure to protect the rights of the accused in new rape regulations now in operation in universities across Australia.
Watch the bureaucrats squirm when she rightly points out that the regulations contain barely one word about ensuring proper legal rights for accused young men. It is a disgrace that TEQSA has been shown to have cow towed to feminist lobby groups and bullied universities into adjudicating rape on campus, shelving the legal rights of the accused and using lower standards of proof to ensure more convictions.
Remember it was Senator Stoker who put pressure on TEQSA over my Sydney University protest last year, which ultimately led to the French Inquiry and universities now reluctantly introducing voluntary free speech codes.
Now Amanda is promising to help the regulator ensure they address the appalling bias in their own instructions to universities regarding this issue.
I have a team of serious players on board. We have a number of plans of attack to persuade universities to leave the serious crime of sexual assault to be dealt with by our criminal law system, which is designed to offer proper justice to both sides in these cases. I’ll be writing about some of the other fascinating developments soon but wanted to first circulate the Stoker video as widely as possible. (Use this link to circulate it on social media)
This is a shot across the bows of the feminists who have been had the running on this issue for so long. And the more people who know about it the better.