Katherine Murphy writes about it in The Guardian.
“State politicians waved through Malcolm Turnbull’s proposals for a face recognition database and 14-day detention with barely a shrug
Leaders in western democracies are quick to declare in times of national security emergencies that the threat of terrorism cannot change our way of life.
It really is time to cut the crap. Terrorism has changed our way of life, and in profound ways. . . . . ”
Further on she says: ” . . . things have changed.”
“We should not pretend otherwise. All the Churchillian rhetoric, while well intentioned and fashioned to soothe, insults the intelligence of the electorate.”
I agree with what Katherine Murphy says in her article. What do you think?