A recent local controversy in SA senate candidate Rikki Lambert's local area - the Barossa Valley - has served to highlight how freedoms are being eroded and Australians are having less fun.
A woman slipped on a piece of 'smiley fritz' (a slice of processed meat, pictured below) in a Barossa supermarket, leading to the supermarket posting a sign at its delicatessen counter that it would no longer be continuing the longstanding tradition of giving children a free piece of smiley fritz.
The Conservative Party senate candidate hit back in local newspapers, saying it was a sign of the times where people took less personal responsibility, and were killing other people's fun.
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In this letter to local papers, Rikki Lambert mentioned how liability concerns had shut down the original version of a childhood favourite in his upbringing, the Monash Playground in the Riverland.
The Conservative Party is introducing a Protected Freedoms Act which locks in a presumption that some basic freedoms can not be quickly eroded.
Rikki Lambert is the Conservative Party's South Australian Senate candidate and says this next election should be about a referendum on freedoms because our country is becoming less free, saying we are being choked by green and red-tape, bureaucracy and over-regulation.
Rikki revisited the childhood destination to highlight the problem with a lack of personal responsibility and the erosion of freedoms:
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