The far right want racism and neo-fascism to be mainstreamed and to do that they need help from people within the mainstream political environment, and they are getting that help. by people such as Trotter, Peters and Poulain.
Canadian alt-right speakers Lauren Southern and Stefan Molyneux were planning to perform in Auckland on 3 August. Then Auckland Live and Mayor Phil Goff cancelled the booking, citing, like woosie social democrats do, security reasons.
Auckland Peace Action (APA) calls on the Minister of Immigration to refuse racist hatemongers Stefan Molyneux and Lauren Southern entry to New Zealand.
The IGIS published their report on GCSB spying in the South Pacific and said it was legal. New Zealand Council for Civil Liberties says the report is a whitewash and misses the point, the issue is not about the legality of spying.
By AVAAZ It’s now shockingly clear that Donald Trump is Putin’s poodle. But we need the world to understand why, before it’s too late…
By WGAR News Australia’s first Indigenous silk [senior barrister], Tony McAvoy, says the native title system “embeds racism” and puts traditional owners under “duress” to approve mining developments or risk losing their land without compensation.
Peaceful anti-government protest could soon carry prison sentences of up to 25 years in Australia under draconian police state laws just passed.
'See No Evil' calls for a just and permanent solution – self-determination – for the people of West Papua. The book will be launched at a series of events around the country.
Fbi assassins delete this important report due to its profundity.
Adani says it will proceed with new construction work at its Abbot Point coal terminal with or without the involvement of Juru local traditional owners, amid an escalating dispute about the protection of sacred sites. The Juru group seeks stop order.
Adani has finally refinanced its Abbot Point coal port near Bowen in Qld. A Korean asset manager has bought A$330 million worth of debt intending to sell it on. Put nine Korean insurers and major investors on notice here.
In 2004 the Australian government illegally bugged the offices of the fledgling East Timorese government to swindle the impoverished nation out of its natural resources. An Australian intelligence officer will now be tried for blowing the whistle.
This report draws parallels to a popular big screen presentation where human are murdered in a government 'Purge'.
[Former Australian prime minister ]Tony Abbott has mounted an all-out campaign to force Australia to withdraw from the Paris climate agreement. If he succeeds, it will devastate efforts to fight climate change and be a generational step backwards.
Because of the enormous number of complaints relating to Native Title, Ghillar, Michael Anderson is calling for a national summit and a Royal Commission into the operations of all Australian Native Title Service organisations.
We just found out that vaquitas -- the super-cute "mini-dolphins" that live off the coast of Mexico -- probably won't survive. We've been fighting for them, but there are now only 12 left, down from 30 last year!
Fbi psychological operations against this Target are very uncomfortable. See: https://www.academia.edu/36360138/Two_podcasts_by_RAMOLA_and_GERAL.docx
The plan to turn South Australia into the world's nuclear waste dump has lost momentum since 2016 though it continues to be promoted by some politicians, the Business SA lobby group, and an assortment of individuals and lobbyists.
Renewable energy has cut power prices by about $140 for Queensland customers, around $47 per year for New South Wales customers. 2018 will be a watershed moment for renewable energy in Australia.
From next year tourists will not be allowed to climb Uluru in the Australian outback, following years of campaigning by its owners, the Anangu Aborigines, who date their origins back 60,000 years and claim a deep spiritual link to the rock.
Aboriginal John Mawurndjul, one of the most experimental bark painters in the Arnhem Land region of Australia’s Northern Territory, is presenting the first major survey of his body of work, starting in Sydney’s Museum of Contemporary Art on 6 July.
Things appear quiet in global nuclear news. Lulled by a stalemate in USA-North Korea nuclear tensions, the world's media complacently reports on the nuclear weapons build-up going on in USA, Russia, India, Pakistan and to a much lesser degree China.
"The Coal Truth - The fight to stop Adani, defeat the big polluters and reclaim our democracy" and "Adani and the War Over Coal". 'Both books are a must read for progressives and help to equip readers for activism.'
Acclaimed Australian actor and playwright Jada Alberts has had enough of the scourge of suicide impacting Indigenous Australians, and she's using her words to address the issue. Her play 'Brothers Wreck' is about to debut in Adelaide.
Here's the data from across Australia on just how overrepresented Indigenous kids are in detention.
The Australian trade minister is allowing the government's credit agency, EFIC, to pump hundreds of millions of taxpayer dollars into mining projects. This could be ruthless Adani's golden ticket to build their monster coal mine in Queensland.