The maritime museum looks in a bad way. The old Forceful can no longer go to sea. One member of the museum says: “No doubt the museum has been run by enthusiasts who did pretty well and worked selflessly – but (they) have come to the end of the road.” MARITIME MUSEUM UNDER PRESSURE – PLEASE SIGN PETITION.
Maybe a petition will force the hand of state government and rescue the museum.
Perhaps the Queensland Museum should take it over?
WBT addresses the following questions:
1. Industrial question: The Master/servant relationship. The struggle for Worker Control.
2. Ownership question: Who owns the land or does the land own us? Rights to the city, right to country. The struggle of indigenous people for land rights and social justice in Australia.
3. Political question: This is the class struggle. Who owns the means of production? Who governs? How are democratic rights won and shared.
This week’s Paradigm Shift 24 Jan 2021 is all about independent filmmaking to document activism and protect the environment. We chat to Sally Ingleton (director of the new film “Wild Things – A Year on the frontline of environmental activism”), Jane Hammond (director of “Cry of the Forests” about Western Australian forests and the fight […]
Welcome to the Paradigm Shift on FM 102.1 4ZZZ Fridays at noon. We challenge the assumptions of our current society, to resist oppression … January 15, 2021 This week we hear from the environmental frontlines around the country. We speak to Miranda Gibson about Olney State Forest in New South Wales, Erik Hayward about protecting […]
Welcome to the Paradigm Shift on FM 102.1 4ZZZ Fridays at noon. We challenge the assumptions of our current society, to resist oppression …more January 8, 2021 – Listen @ http://4zzz.org.au/program/paradigm-shift This week we look back over 2020 and play some of the best Australian protest songs of the year. Fingermae – Scotty’s bad week […]
Major stories from Paradigm Shift in 2020 – Refugees, Aboriginal farming practices, Assange, & cuts at Qld College of Art. Intro by Ian, Andy on Refugees and Aboriginal land use, Ian on the extradition of Julian Assange, Bec Mac on cuts to Qld College of Art. PlaylistDorothy & friends – Down Under (satire)Mo’Ju – Native […]
Why do Australia and New Zealand governments want the power to irradiate all fruit and vegetables? More trade, pure and simple. But what about human and animal health? Previously there was only one food irradiation plant at Narangba on the outskirts of Brisbane, now there are two. The second being at Vic Markets in Melbourne […]
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*Industrial - Master/servant relationship. The power of boss over worker.
*Ownership - The struggle of indigenous people for land rights and social justice in Australia. Rights to country, right to city.
*Political - The class question. Who should govern? Who owns the means of production? Why and how?
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