Tag Archives: Democracy Now

The latest on Mr Assange

Julian Assange is still holed-up in the Ecuadorian embassy in London. Last month, Assange announced that later this year he will be running for a seat in the Australian Senate. Apparently he has a lot of support in Australia (here). … Continue reading

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Alex Jones strikes again

Our perception of the larger world comes mainly from a concept we call ‘the news’ – radio, tv, newspapers, etc; sounds obvious, I know, and the age-old problem with ‘the news’ is that it tends to be owned and controlled … Continue reading

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The NDAA, LOL

I recently had a bit of an arguement (what’s new) with a poster in a comment thread of a well known newspaper. I was trying to get across just why the National Defence Authorisation Act (NDAA) 2012 is such a … Continue reading

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This is really, really not like Chernobyl

No it’s not. It’s far worse. If it wasn’t so tragic it would be laughable. As well as a cover-up there’s also a matter of pride here; ie, that western technology is far superior to the old Soviet technology. At … Continue reading

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