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Thursday 27th of April 2017 (UTC)

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Former US Congressional staffer, MIT research affiliate, discredits 2013 UN report on Ghouta chemical attack

Do not trust anyone. Assad is not responsible for the abominable chemical gas attacks in Ghouta in 2013 and in Idlib in 2017. War is an abomination. Bombs and missiles are an abomination. The US led coalition has ‘dropped’ more than 73,000 bombs and missiles on Iraq and Syria in the last three years. Gas […]

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WikiLeaks – in the face of betrayal they remain heroic

WikiLeaks Publishing is one of the world’s most remarkable organisations. It continues despite numerous attempts to shut it down. Its founder is a political prisoner. The world’s media should have been transformed by WikiLeaks courageous downloads in its taking on a world of lies. That Julian Assange remains holed up in London’s Ecuadorean Embassy, with […]

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Corrective Services Minister Fran Logan correct with how to reduce incarceration rates – “don’t build more prisons”

  In the most profound statement by a Corrective Services minister in this nation, Western Australia’s Fran Logan said there’d be no new jail for the state. He stated that a review of remand prisoners was needed to free those who pose no risk. Logan’s Government should support him because this is an authentic way […]

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Not true that Assad gassed his people but millions pay the price in a world of lies

In a world of lies, the ability to discover the truth is outstripped by the capacity to manifest deceit. All wars are an abomination and within these abominations, without fail, there are litanies of lies to further pollute the air, to turn people against people. It is a beastliness that for generations to come will […]

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Syria – millions pay the price

  The media and commentators are carrying on as if American missiles have hit Syria for the first time, as if the tragic score of casualties to US missiles and bombs are a recent first. There have been tens of thousands of casualties to ‘coalition’ strikes – most of these casualties are to American bombs. […]

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Climate of Hate

Anger and hate spread perniciously and the latest stretch of Australia in modernity is testament to a building up of a level of hate that decades ago would have been unexpected of today. There is a climate of hate in Australia – yes, it’s a global phenomenon – but the hating is not limited to […]

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In the war on racism, the migrant-born are forever left behind

More than one quarter of Australia’s population is comprised of migrants – of Australians who were born overseas. But in the discussions on the war on racism, migrants and the Australian born children of migrants do get a mention in public discourses but it’s such a token mention, surface-level stuff. In terms of outcomes, that […]

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Compassion for Mark Latham, not pitchforks

I disagree with just about everything that Mark Latham opines and in how he chooses to opine however it serves no grand purpose to galvanise malice and hate towards him; no purposeful meaning to hypocritically ‘lampoon’ Mr Latham as in silly fashion he did to others. He is of my generation, a year older than […]

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Desperation the lot for refugees

  For the majority of refugees there have never been more difficult times. Indeed diabolically dire times. Refugee camps with huddles of hundreds of thousands. Detention facilities with thousands trapped. Crowded shanty-camps in city outskirts of countries refugees have fled to. Many of these nations have slated into their histories the taking in of refugees, […]

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The pursuit of happiness

All of a sudden, much is being written on the ‘pursuit of happiness’, of 6 hour working days, of three and four days of work each week instead of the constancy of indenture and the trauma of wage slavery. Years ago, when I was the general manager of the Murdoch University Student Guild I went […]

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