Will the real Aussie terrorists please stand up?

August 29th, 2014

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With all the rhetoric going around about terrorism, and the the extremist “War” language spewing gleefully from the mouth of the political thug and brawler we laughingly call a PM, I thought it might be worth looking at the issue of home grown terrorists.
Now it goes without saying that the recent beheading of journalist James Foley was an act of unspeakable barbarity, and an affront to anyone with even a semblance of humanity, and as such should be widely condemned.

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A year in Abbottland

August 29th, 2014

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Twelve months into the Abbott government, its misdeeds could fill an entire book. But here I’ll attempt to summarize them, as it’s important we remember them all to maintain the rage. If you think this article is too long, blame Tony Abbott. For 28 months, they promised to reveal all their policies and budget cuts ‘in good time before the next election’.

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Drug Blitz Devastate Regional Cartels

August 29th, 2014

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A massive police blitz in SE South Australia, dubbed ‘Operation Dial’ has snared some major players from local drug cartels. 250 police officers including Customs officials, Mount Gambier CIB and detectives took part in the operation which has sent shock waves throughout the criminal world in regional South Australia. As organised crime is still realing from the drug blitz, spirits are high for the 250 officers who are celebrating their one arrest. In a targeted effort, Mount Gambier CIB swooped in and arrested a local woman for allegedly selling methyl amphetamine. A great effort by anyone’s standards.
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News media ignores Abbott’s moral failure

August 29th, 2014

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By Barry Tucker                    29 August, 2014
The News media should be all over Tony Abbott’s latest expenses rort. The implications of this moral failure are more serious than sending warplanes to Iraq.

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These are our leaders?

August 29th, 2014

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The website of the Group of Eight long-established universities has a section devoted to “Leaders Statements” supporting the Abbott government’s university reform[1] program. It’s a pretty depressing read. Not only are our leaders going in a direction that almost no-one in the sector wants to follow, but the quality of their arguments is depressingly mediocre. It’s a sad reflection on the university sector if this group is the best we can come up with to lead us.

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