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Nothing will be done about suicides crisis

On October 23, the chair of the Indigenous Advisory Council, Warren Mundine responded to this publication’s sustained coverage of the horrific suicide crisis among First Nations people and to my research. Mr Mundine committed the Indigenous Advisory Council to the urgent need to address the pernicious and endemic crisis. But 150 days later nothing but […]

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Call for Prime Ministerial Amnesty for 5,000 inmates

The Prime Minister should immediately release – by amnesty – 65 per cent of the First Nations prison population. There are more than 8,500 First Nations people in prison today – but 65 per cent of them are in for minor offences – the type of offences that if they were released immediately, they would […]

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Operation Sovereign Murders

Watch and listen: Here Immigration Minister Scott Morrison referred to Australia’s appalling Asylum Seeker policies as “Operation Sovereign Murders” before pulling up his Freudian slip and correcting “Murders” with “Borders”. Another death in immigration custody – Reza Berati – has further indicted Australia’s appallingly woeful immigration abuses. Thousands of Asylum Seekers languish in Kafkaesque conditions […]

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Suicide crisis – from tragic to catastrophic

Australia is facing a suicide crisis that is not abating, it is continuing and getting worse. If the suicides tragedy among our First Nations peoples remains unaddressed it will escalate from tragedy to catastrophe – with near genocidal-like effects. The neglect of this crisis is dirty racism. Whereas 1 in 24 of Aboriginal and Islander […]

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400 suicides of ATSI peoples in last three years

Last year, I aggregated Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) hospital collated data on reported suicides of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples – 996 suicides from 2001 to 2010. That is 1 in 24 of all deaths of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people – by suicide. There is no ABS data available at time […]

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Schapelle Corby is innocent – part 7 – today’s interview with Allan Kessing – an eye opener!

At the conclusion of this short article you will have the opportunity to listen to an interview that will disturb you and which should make you angry. Anyone of us could be the next Schapelle Corby – an innocent person who our Government and our prized institutions have stranded in a hell that no-one deserves. […]

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Expendable, the political sacrifice of Schapelle Corby

In May 2005, Schapelle Corby was sentenced to 20 years in an Indonesian prison after 4.1 kilograms of cannabis was found in her boogie board bag upon her arrival in Bali. The cannabis was placed in her bag at Brisbane airport by corrupted airport handlers and was intended for distribution in Sydney – the cannabis […]

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No encryption sound – backdoors and wormholes – full blown surveillance on its way

Before recent stories that certain software and operating systems contain backdoors that the National Surveillance Agency (NSA) could use to remotely control computers I spoke to someone who set the record straight for me. Recently, the German publication, Zeit Online has obtained documents alleging German Government software experts have identified backdoors in Windows 8 that the NSA can […]

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Despite what’s being reported, life expectancy NOT improving for ATSI peoples – 1 in 3 dead by 45 years of age

Despite the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) latest figures showing that life expectancy for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islanders has increased, on the ground in the Aboriginal communities that matter, in remote and semi-remote communities life expectancy is still in tune with third-world statistics. However, the ABS figures show an increase in the life expectancy […]

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Forty uranium mines is the plan for Western Australia

Credible sources in the uranium sections of resource companies first told The Stringer, in February, of futurist uranium mining plans that are being deliberated by mining companies for Western Australia – which is rich in high grade uranium, and which is easily accessible in this infrastructure wealthy State. They described a burgeoning relationship with India, the […]

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