Daily Archives: July 20, 2013


The Snowden Files

There was the incident in which the plane of Bolivian President Evo Morales was forced down in Europe over alleged suspicions that it was carrying Edward Snowden from Moscow to asylum in Bolivia British newspaper wants to take its aggressive … Continue reading


Peace not war

Basewatch welcomes two peace advocates to Darwin this Tuesday 23rd July 6.30pm Railway Club, Parap. Come to hear of peace actions throughout the Asia-Pacific Region and in Guam.Victoria-Lola Leon Guerrero is an indigenous Chamoru writer and teacher from Guam. She … Continue reading


What has the anti-globalisation movement achieved?

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‘First they globalised management and now they’ve globalised workers’ – long time unionist and economic refugee I attended the inaugural anti- G20 meeting at Trades & Labor Council (QCU) Building in South Brisbane on Thursday 18 July 2013. A couple … Continue reading


Bombs dropped on Great Barrier Reef raise alarm bells

Friends of the Earth Brisbane Peace Convergence http://www.peaceconvergence.wordpress.com mbl 0411 118 737 Friends of the Earth Brisbane is alarmed at the disclosure that two US Harrier jets have dumped 500 pound bombs on the Great Barrier Reef earlier this week. … Continue reading