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text American puppet, Mikheil Saakashvili, faces wrath of people nano, Saturday, Nov 8 2008, 12:05am
Thousands of Georgian citizens poured onto the streets of the Georgian Capital, Tbilisi, on Friday protesting the failed policies of puppet president and buffoon, Mikheil Saakashvili. Economic hardship and the INSANE military provocation of Russia ensures that Saakashvili’s days are numbered – his life may also be in jeopardy. (story and 2 comments)
Last Commented Saturday, Nov 8 2008, 9:49pm
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1st Baron Rothschild, prototypical Banker and Zionist image The Response! peptide, Tuesday, Jul 29 2008, 11:37am
Bob Dylan once penned a lyric that applies today more than ever, “you don’t need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows.” Ninety nine percent of Americans today do not require any qualifications to determine that criminals in the White House, Pentagon, CIA, NSA and FBI have in concert subverted the sacred principles upon which the United States was founded and allowed Bankers and CEOs to rob the nation/people blind – the economy is in ruins and no amount of bullshit from ‘experts’ can reverse the inevitable collapse. (story and 2 comments and 2 images)
Last Commented Wednesday, Jul 30 2008, 9:30am
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text Intellectual elites defecting in droves cleaves, Tuesday, Jul 22 2008, 9:48pm
CRIMINAL and evil cabals that have stolen government, our democracies and plunged the world into conflict and war are losing their intellectual support base at speed. It is not a matter of defecting to the ‘other side;’ it is a matter of WITHDRAWING SUPPORT FROM CRIMINAL GOVERNMENTS! Vile governments that spy on their own populations, legalise TORTURE, subvert legal process, illegally detain citizens and engage in all manner of criminal activities, including invasive warfare and mass murder, remind us of the most oppressive and despicable totalitarian regimes of the 20th century.
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text Real Australian spirit required to remedy national crises major mitchell, Tuesday, Jun 24 2008, 10:59pm
Enough time has passed for every Aussie to conclude that the Rudd government, faced with critical issues, is GUTLESS and USELESS! Rudd and his mob of no-hopers appear even more servile and slavish to U.S. dictates and corporate interests than the previous Howard government -- as inconceivable as that REALITY may be for most Aussies. However, after seven months of Rudd’s vacuous parading and poncing around, blind Freddy sees!
international / social equality/unity / article

bala.jpg imagePDF Document Demystifying Yoga cleaves, Saturday, Jun 7 2008, 2:27am
After forty years study and practise of Yoga and other related disciplines I can confidently say I know less today than I did when I ‘started,’ which, nevertheless, is considerably more than most ochre-robed yoga ‘experts’ who advertise in various new-age publications. (story and 1 image and 1 attached file)
international / personal development / article


text Violence quin, Saturday, Feb 2 2008, 12:11pm
Violence has always been a problematic issue for humankind. The world is characterised by violence from storms/weather to the behaviour of microbes and large carnivores. However, the wanton violence of mankind is in a category all by itself. It is little wonder violence poses a major dilemma for all human societies.
international / personal development / article

George Orwell image Christmas double-speak for the masses budgie, Sunday, Dec 23 2007, 9:29pm
Let’s start with a couple of whoppers so the moronic masses are able to comprehend. First we have the former Yugoslavia and the show trial of its leader Slobodan Milosevic – now deceased. I’m sure we remember the Hague war crimes tribunal and accusations that Milosevic was responsible for thousands of civilian deaths. This was to be NATO’s and America’s justification for reducing a single nation to a number of fractured, tiny, POWERLESS ‘states,’ which have since been subsumed by Western Europe – that wasn’t the plan, was it? (story and 1 image)
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The "founding act" image Chavez: striking at the root! Kingfisher, Sunday, Dec 9 2007, 7:13pm
"There are a thousand hacking at the branches of evil to one who is striking at the root," stated Henry David Thoreau. Today someone finally struck at the root. Inspired by Hugo Chavez, six Latin American Presidents rejected the economic slavery (plutocracy) of the IMF and World Bank and created their own Latin American Bank of the South. (story and 2 images)
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goldcross.jpg image The Blood of my Fathers dusan, Sunday, Dec 9 2007, 9:51am
My land is soaked in the blood of my ancestors and today that land supports and provides a home for its sons and daughters. I am a Serb! For hundreds of years I have fought against Muslim, Nazi, Fascist forces and prevailed – will I surrender today to a band of (Muslim) criminals and secessionists? (story and 1 comment and 4 images)
Last Commented Sunday, Dec 9 2007, 10:51pm
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text Writers: unappreciated and taken for granted nano, Thursday, Dec 6 2007, 5:37am
The writers strike in the US has brought an undervalued and unappreciated profession to the foreground of cultural consciousness. Writers are notoriously underpaid, yet what they produce in all sectors and mediums is indispensable and generates billions in wealth. Underpaid and unappreciated writers (in solidarity) are about to teach western society a lesson it may never forget. The pen is mightier than the bomb, stock market or anything else you care to mention. Writers will soon demonstrate the fact. (story and 1 comment)
Last Commented Wednesday, Dec 12 2007, 6:52pm
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Criminal moron image Positive Options budgie, Wednesday, Dec 5 2007, 8:41am
It’s not over by any stretch. If global warming/climate chaos, GM food, or geological upheaval doesn’t get us first then European social democracies will prove the superior model over laissez-faire grab it and run, American style capitalism. It’s goodbye and good riddance America and no thanks for plunging the world into chaos and war. We do not need you nor do we want your form of ‘freedom, liberty and democracy’ dripping in the blood of innocent men, women and children. You can stick your poisonous system and vile ideology up your collective national arse! (story and 2 comments and 2 images)
Last Commented Wednesday, Dec 5 2007, 6:36pm
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text Moral Victory on offer: will Australia take the challenge or Cringe? nano, Saturday, Nov 24 2007, 8:54am
The world is at a crossroads today, NOW! The conservative criminals who are responsible for the deaths of millions of innocent men, women and CHILDREN in the Middle East and Iraq MUST be held to account if the world would survive in a new era of co-operation as opposed to destruction and senseless antagonism.
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RioTinto's copper mine in NSW image Whose Nation? yarra, Tuesday, Nov 13 2007, 10:57am
Due to the failure of successive Australian conservative and Labor governments to pursue viable technological and scientific options in the past our economy today almost exclusively relies on resource extraction. The plainest description would be a hole-in-the-ground economy – the picture says it all. There is no such thing as eco-mining; the ugly, rapacious, scaring of our land is relentless and proceeds at speed with minimal regulatory intervention. Absolutely no provision exists that encourages mining companies to return some benefits/profit to the nation and its people! The reason is simple, Transnationals and Corporations dictate policy to incumbent governments and aspiring opposition parties! Representative government no longer exists; ‘our’ major political parties clearly serve the interests of Mega-corporations and Transnationals. (story and 1 comment and 1 image)
Last Commented Wednesday, Nov 14 2007, 8:50am
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Close encounters image Dragons and other Crises quin, Wednesday, Nov 7 2007, 6:45am
Since the South Asian earthquake and ensuing tsunami the Indonesian Archipelago has continued on its very unstable geological course. Every week geophysicists are treated to more rumblings from the earth’s crust. All things being connected in the geophysical sense, it is highly likely that recent volcanic activity in one area of the ‘ring of fire’ will unleash catastrophic forces on the other side of the world – in areas that have high density city populations. I am referring to the release of thousands of megatons of energy the destructive power of which makes a nuclear blast equivalent to a fireworks display. (story and 1 comment and 3 images)
Last Commented Wednesday, Nov 7 2007, 9:42pm
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text The Real Masters of War zoran, Saturday, Oct 20 2007, 12:22am
Consider the very real possibility of a persecuted European nation waging a covert guerilla war against the most powerful forces on the planet and prevailing. Many would be surprised to learn that the real masters of war are the most unlikely nations. The three nations proven to excel in covet, guerilla wars of attrition are Afghanistan, Serbia and Vietnam – the historical record bears this out. Not surprisingly these nations have been at war for most of their history – not by choice but by circumstance. It seems their strategic locations have doomed them to a history of constant struggle and conflict; and nothing has changed today! (story and 1 comment)
Last Commented Saturday, Oct 27 2007, 10:07am
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BHPBilliton plundering (and polluting) Oz image Democracy, my arse! Kit, Friday, Sep 28 2007, 2:26pm
Consider this, you duped, deluded, dunces! Oz has a population of 20 million yet the government has spent (since ’96) 1.5 BILLION of OUR taxpayers dollars on ADVERTISING alone – specifically for purposes of maintaining their hold on POWER! This situation raises many questions regarding the ‘free and fair’ society in which we live, not least the FARCE that democracy has become in Australia. How is it fair if the costs of informing/reaching the people amount to the above obscene figure – who is able to afford these sums? Of course the incumbent government by taxing us into oblivion; however, outside interests (that control our ‘democracy’) are easily able to afford these sums. The interests to which I refer are known to us all, the TAX MINIMISING Super Corporations plundering our resources and boasting profits of tens of billions per year, while returning virtually nothing to our society. (story and 1 comment and 2 images)
Last Commented Saturday, Sep 29 2007, 7:45am
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gustavedore.jpg image Bleeding Hearts Club Captain, Wednesday, Aug 29 2007, 11:58am
The propaganda machine is humming; even the radicals assist our cause – the more opposition and division the better! The Middle East has been successfully destabilised and plunged into chaos. We have appropriated the second largest oil supply on the planet and have ensured our presence in the region for decades to come by simply continuing our policies of antagonising/radicalising locals and encouraging them to take up arms. We have forced the world to assist us by creating conflict and wars in diverse locations. Our economy is A WAR ECONOMY, local production is now almost entirely war related; it would be suicidal for America to engage in any peaceful solutions. (story and 1 image)
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Red Queen running with Alice image Red Queen Logic bishop, Monday, Aug 27 2007, 11:46pm
A State responsible for over 2 million civilian deaths in Indo-China (indiscriminate carpet bombing) and over 1 million civilian deaths in Iraq recently declared that the Iranian Revolutionary Guard should be designated a terrorist organisation! It seems the higher you go in American politics the less brainpower is required to make decisions. The Gulf of Tonkin ‘incident,’ the USS Liberty attack of the 6 day war, the WMD Iraq deceptions and the latest absurd government explanations (garble) we are asked to swallow regarding the destruction of WTC buildings and the anthrax letters makes Alice in Wonderland the epitome of rational thought and logic. (story and 2 comments and 2 images)
Last Commented Tuesday, Aug 28 2007, 11:17am
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déjà vu image When 2nd is preferable major mitchell, Sunday, Aug 5 2007, 9:47pm
Few wish to be second in any type of endeavour; however, there is one occasion, among few others, where it is imperative to be second; and that is when a nation desires to detonate a nuclear weapon -- or more precisely, use nuclear weaponry in circumstances/conflicts that do NOT warrant their use. A little leak/rumour has it that a “dirty nuke” is to be detonated in the continental USA in order to justify the use of “bunker busters” on Iran and other areas of conflict. (story and 2 images)
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text The democratic prerogative: whose world? fish, Sunday, Aug 5 2007, 1:11pm
What did you expect?

If you place liars and criminals in government do you expect justice and peace, or war, plunder and destruction? There is NOT one honest person today that leads a nation – all are corrupt, do you expect honesty and integrity from sewer rats? Liars and jackals reign supreme and occupy all the seats of power; do you expect consideration, fair treatment or cynicism and deception?
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