Daily Archives: May 4, 2019


Martyrs of Otranto

At a time when religious antipathy is on the rise between Muslim and Christian, Francis, the ‘good’ pope, canonized the martyrs, placing into question his political nous. Who can save the catholic church, in so much turmoil over the predatory conduct of its priests? Not even the Martyrs of Otranto. Continue reading


Data shows ‘Boom and Bust’ in Queensland

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Recently WBT has been discussing Gross State Product, and what it means – particularly with respect to the mining industry in Queensland. Here’s some more discussion of the figures between renewables engineer, Trevor Berrill, and Ian from the Paradigm Shift (4zzz fm 102.1 Fridays at noon). Continue reading


Pete Seeger

Pete Seeger Was A Movement Musician On May 3rd, 1919, Pete Seeger was born. Many people in the more musical regions of my social circles are currently celebrating his life, for the occasion of what would have been his 100th … Continue reading