There is and always has been totalitarian movements at work trying to subjugate and control peoples and nations, normally always motivated by greedy, power hungry people seeking to elevate themselves over others.
It is also true that human freedoms, and especially liberties we enjoy such as political freedom, religious liberty, civil freedoms, and economic liberty, were and are decisively shaped by Judaism and Christianity.
In our modern Australian society these sources of freedom, Christianity especially, is under intense assault. Political leaders, such as Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews, political parties such as the Greens, but also the mainstream parties, are all seeking to remove the influences of Christianity from our society and replace it with the new state-sponsored religion "secular humanism."
It is becoming increasingly difficult to tell the Greens, the ALP and Turnbull's Liberal party apart as far as this drive to "secularize" Australia. Human freedoms are being trumped by totalitarian demands that the masses must now believe new things propagated by the new priests of this new religion. Worryingly, if you do not believe you are labelled a "bigot," you are black-listed, intimidated, and more commonly you will be prosecuted by the state if you do not believe or if you speak out against these new doctrines of secularism.
If they are allowed to smash up our country's strong foundations and replace them with these new ones, what sort of "house" or nation will they build?
Who would you rather trust. a God fearing person building upon time tested and trusted wisdom, which has resulted in Australia being one of the greatest nations on earth, or a self-centered, self-exulting, man-centered person building on foundations which have always resulted in corrupt and failed societies which benefit only the elite rulers.
There is a wise old saying that, "If it aint broke, don't fix it." Australia has been built well and on strong foundations. There is absolutely no need to re-build. Just leave it to continue to flourish, to protect and preserve the human freedoms we all now enjoy.