Kim Wingerei

Kim Wingerei is a businessman turned writer and commentator. He is passionate about free speech, human rights, democracy and the politics of change. Originally from Norway, Kim has lived in Australia for 30 years. Author of ‘Why Democracy is Broken – A Blueprint for Change’. 

Kim Wingerei is a businessman turned writer and commentator. He is passionate about free speech, human rights, democracy and the politics of change. Originally from Norway, Kim has lived in Australia for 30 years. Author of ‘Why Democracy is Broken – A Blueprint for Change’. 


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Back to first principles: a blueprint to revive Australian democracy

Parliament is in recess and another year has gone without the Morrison government honouring its promise to establish a federal...

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Dodgicel: Andy Penn given more billions, this time to beat China to a telco takeover

Why the blazes was Telstra slotted $1.6bn by the government to buy Digicell and annoy the Chinese, and how is...

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Crossword clues and bullying – the influence of Australia’s pro-Israel lobby unveiled

The intimidating influence of Australia's pro-Israel lobby does not only limit what mainstream media outlets dare publish, it forces self-censorship...

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“Voices Of” ignites 30 independent movements across Australia

The "Voices Of" movement is gathering steam as more than 30 independent groups seek to field candidates at the next...

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High Court ruling on Facebook comments a high risk for publishers; high time for reform

In its recent ruling the High Court decreed that commercial publishers have responsibility for comments made on their Facebook pages....

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The Other 9/11: secrecy fight over Australian spies helping CIA overthrow Chile’s President

On the eve of it's 48th anniversary, documents just declassified by the Australian National Archives show the extent to which...

ASIC charging 130% late fees to small business. What’s the scam?

The scam is, because they can! ASIC is a cash cow for the Government, A huge money spinner, ASIC is...

Google dodges regulation, hits advertisers with “regulatory” charges: What’s the Scam?

Google's parent Alphabet is making record profits, $US18.5b in the last quarter alone, almost 30% of revenue. But it is...

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