Daily Archives: April 27, 2019


Can Max ‘do a Bradbury’ in Griffith?

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Terri Butler has an advantage over Max Chandler-Mather, she is a high profile candidate against someone not known in the wider arena. Her preference is for Q & A over a local debate. This is the cartel Max is up against in parliamentary politics, at least at the federal level. Continue reading

The Lies – Big Coal and Anzac

Paradigm Shift Anzac Special … pls like and share


Paradigm Shift

The lie: “Dolce et decorum est pro patria mori
It is sweet and proper to die for one’s country”

– Horace

“Tunnelling through the night, the trains pass
in a splendour of power, with a sound like thunder
shaking the orchards, waking
the young from a dream, scattering like glass
the old mens’ sleep, laying
a black trail over the still bloom of the orchards;
the trains go north with guns.” – Judith Wright

The Lies – Big Coal and Anzac
Victoria interviews Andrew Harding – CEO Aurizon
Ian interviews David Stephens, the Heritage Guardians


Big Coal Myths
Fiction is the lie through which we tell the truth.” ― Albert Camus
Over the past few weeks people have been blocking coal trucks going out through the port of Brisbane. This has led to a variety of punitive actions by both state and federal governments and Aurizon, Australia’s…

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