“Zoe’s Law”, the title of a number of bills that have been introduced into the NSW Parliament since 2013, was named for the unborn baby daughter of Brodie Donegan who was killed on Christmas Day 2009, when a speeding driver hit and seriously injured Ms Donegan and killed her unborn baby, whom she named Zoe.
The recently published report by Justice Paul Brereton into allegations of war crimes committed by Australian special forces in Afghanistan ignores the savage nature of this war conducted by a barbaric enemy, and shifts responsibility to low-level servicemen (non-commissioned officers), absolving those higher up from blame for military misconduct of which they were undoubtedly aware.
At Christmas, we remember and celebrate the coming of Jesus Christ, the Redeemer of the world. He did not dramatically enter the world as a superhero messiah to conquer politically and reign over the kingdoms of the world, as many were expecting. Listen to the podcast: