Monthly Archives: October 2017

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Pine Gap Trial

Putting Pine Gap on Trial Again – November 2017 An appeal for financial support In Early November six of us go to trial in Alice Springs charged under the notorious “Defence Special Undertaking Act” which carries a maximum sentence of … Continue reading

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Vanguard Updates

Dear Comrade(s) Below are links to articles posted recently on the http://www.cpaml.org website: Broad United Front is developing against US imperialism in Australia http://www.cpaml.org/posting1.php?id=551 Fascism: Resist the beginnings! http://www.cpaml.org/posting1.php?id=550 The victory of the October Revolution was a victory over revisionism … Continue reading

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Vale Hughie Williams

A friend told me earlier today that Hughie Williams has passed away. Hughie (born 3 September 1933) was a former state secretary of the Transport Workers Union (TWU) and grew up on the Hunter Valley coalfields where the Chifley labor … Continue reading

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The house that was murdered

What is Brisbane’s Town plan? A concrete jungle? The original Brisbane transport plan was authored by Wilbur Smith* and implemented by Lord Mayor Clem Jones. Their idea was to build freeways in Brisbane as the Americans had done in Los … Continue reading

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Pauline Hanson

Ian interviews Pauline Hanson on Aborigines, Islam & Climate Change Pauline Hanson: My name is Pauline Hanson and I will be representing Queenslanders in the next parliament. PShift: One Nation polled 150,000 out of 1.7 million votes cast in the … Continue reading

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Better call Paul

IN 2017 Paul Pisasale faces criminal charges including extortion, assault, and attempting to pervert justice. In 2016, Mr Pisasale was re-elected Mayor of Ipswich with 83.45 per cent of the vote. Something is broken at councils in south-east Queensland. On … Continue reading

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Kurdish Separatism

In order to make a judgement on whether Kurdish independence is a good or bad idea (as opposed to ideas of autonomy), one must gain some knowledge of the history of the region and the grievances of many who bear … Continue reading