Jack Sonnemann

Jack Sonnemann was born in Memphis Tennessee in the USA. In 1983, Jack with his wife Margaret Sonnemann started The Australian Federation for the Family to support family values, protect children and turn the tide of pornography.

It has been proven that pornography is responsible for much of the violence against women and children, and Jack’s research shows the links are indisputable. Jack has been travelling across Australia campaigning against the ever increasing sexualisation of our children and the media onslaught against Aussie families.

Jack loves the country so much he has taken out Australian citizenship and his southern drawl is now firmly planted in the Tasmanian’s heartland where he lives with his wife. He has worked with politicians from all sides of the political fence, including the Tasmanian Greens who ten years ago backed a bill to restrict pornography to children. Jack gives full credit for their courage in their stand against the porn industry.

Jack is no stranger to controversy and has appeared on TV and radio many times. Jack and Margaret have given everything to make a stand for Australian children and families. Jack is deeply committed to the Christian values that made Australia a great nation.

Articles by Jack Sonnemann:

  • 29 March 2024

    3.1 MINS

    Although man-made climate change is an unproven theory, here in Australia, we are forced to pay a very steep price for an extremely dubious idea to help alleviate the so-called “Climate Crisis” through the elimination of fossil fuels.

  • 28 March 2024

    3.1 MINS

    A new term has been invented in America, known as “lawfare”. The term “lawfare” is used to describe the many nefarious legal actions launched by the Democrats against former US President Donald Trump.

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