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Tag Archives: solidarity
Something Russell Brand said the other day caught my attention. It’s important to reframe this. It was in the context of mainstream media reporting on the Ferguson riots. His insight into the way those headlines lead the train of thought … Continue reading →
The CIA got rid of Gough. And who knows what happened to Fraser, who checked out unexpectedly as he was organising a new Party. Gillard had to fly home from trade talks that came a bit early. Abbott has three … Continue reading →
For a while now I’ve been researching and writing essays on the transition that humanity is currently undergoing. It’s not a matter of waiting for change to occur. We’re in the midst of change right now. All over the planet … Continue reading →
This has been going through my head for a little while. A friend mentioned to me that in certain music circles the saying ‘Peace, Love, Understanding and Respect” was a popular idea. As I’ve been thinking about the cultural baggage … Continue reading →
While John Winston Howard is infamous for his failed “workchoices”,* among other things,** it was Kevin Rudd who oversaw the end of the Australian Industrial Relations Commission and its transition into the castrated free market enforcement service that is Fair … Continue reading →