Monthly Archives: March 2014

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Manus – what a sewing machine can buy

See how Australia buys compliance  http://malumnalu.blogspot.com.au/2014/02/australian-grant-boost-for-manus-women.html http://malumnalu.blogspot.com.au/2014/02/manus-stakeholders-have-their-say-on.html sewing machines and a new market roof buy the souls of the Manus people.   What a mean country we are that we cannot give without demanding that the people surrender their sovereignity? — … Continue reading

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Toronto G20 – Main Conspiracy Group

[Editor’s Note: In the lead up to Brisbane’s G20 leaders summit in November 2014, activists would be well advised to read about the charges and how they came to be laid against activists before and during the Toronto G20. Toronto … Continue reading

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Invitation to T J Ryan Foundation launch – QUT Gardens Point 27 February

> > Those who frequently come to 17 Group meetings and are free during the day on this coming Thursday may well be interested in this launch at QUT. It’s in the Dennis Gibson Room from 12.30 to 2.30 pm. … Continue reading

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But then it was too late

An encroaching nightmare What no one seemed to notice was the ever widening gap, after 1933, between the government and the people. Just think how very wide this gap was to begin with, here in Germany. And it became always … Continue reading

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TJ Hickey – 10 years

A NON-APOLOGY FOR AN ALLEGED NON-COMPLIANCE a friend asked me yesterday why i had not made any statement appertaining to the hickey march on friday 14th february. i told her that i was waiting for the commander of redfern police … Continue reading

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Coroner’s decision re death of peter clarke

the nt coroner, greg cavanagh, handed down his findings and decisions, via a deputy coroner, in alice springs on 13 february, 2014. following is a précis of his findings and decisions and the opinions arising from that report of isja … Continue reading

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The Cloudland Collective: G20 is neoliberal and dangerous

The G20 may not make decisions that can be imposed on member states. It may not have a public service working for it that can monitor to what extent member states have implemented G20 recommendations. Yet it is the most … Continue reading