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March 25, 2015


Germanwings Airbus A320 Plane Crashes in French Alps, All 148 People on Board Feared Dead -

Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Jewish and Islamic Schools Given Millions of Dollars of Security in Australia Amidst Terrorist Fear -

Monday, March 2, 2015

New Australian IVAN MILAT Series Irritates Thousands Convinced We Should “Forget All About Him” -

Friday, February 27, 2015

Patricia Arquette Wants Equal Pay, Claims That Homosexuals and Coloured Folk Are Responsible for Returning the Assistance for the Fight -

Monday, February 23, 2015

Australia Resorts to Guilt and Threats Against Indonesia, Attempting to Spare Bali Nine Members From Execution. -

Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Australian Mandatory Government Data Retention Con Will Cost $400m for Your “Freedom” and “Safety” -

Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Everything Is Offensive. Everything Is Sexist, Racist and Derogatory. -

Saturday, February 14, 2015

Ross Ulbricht Convicted for Black Market Site SILK ROAD -

Thursday, February 5, 2015

Qatar Airways Buys Stake of British Airways and Iberia Parent Company -

Saturday, January 31, 2015

Delta and Southwest Planes Landed After Twitter Prankster Claims to Have Smuggled Bombs. -

Sunday, January 25, 2015

Why Does Depicting Prophet Muhammad Annoy Some of the Muslims? -

Sunday, January 18, 2015

Gamblers, Transgenders, Voyeurs and People With Fetishes May Be Unable to Hold Driver’s Licence in Russia in Effort to Crack Down on Road Accidents. -

Friday, January 9, 2015

[LIVE] Flight QZ8501 Search and Rescue -

Sunday, December 28, 2014

MMXIV: The Year in Review -

Saturday, December 27, 2014

Protests in Missouri After Teenage Black Man Shot Dead by Police -

Wednesday, December 24, 2014

Sydney Hostage Crisis Ends: The Event That Was a Convenience to the Australian Government? -

Monday, December 15, 2014

(UPDATED) Sydney City in Lockdown After Man Takes 13 Hostages in Cafe -

Monday, December 15, 2014

`MH17 Shot Down by Ukraine, Mistaken for Putin`s Plane` -

Wednesday, December 10, 2014

The Pirate Bay Raided in Stockholm -

Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Australian Retailers Pull GTA v From Shelves Thanks to Females Warning “It Promotes Sexual Violence” -

Thursday, December 4, 2014

Australia Resorts to Guilt and Threats Against Indonesia, Attempting to Spare Bali Nine Members From Execution.


For several weeks now the Australian government and media have constantly barraged headlines with opposition to the execution of two members of the Bali Nine, a group of convicted drug smugglers. Myuran Sukumaran and Andrew Chan. The two were a part of nine people convicted of planning to smuggle 8.3 kg of heroin valued at about $4 million from Indonesia to Australia. Citing support for human rights (of which Australia really has nothing to be proud of), the Prime Minister and multiple politicians have now attempted to remind the Indonesian government of the aid that Australians provided during the aftermath…

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Oh It’s September 11th Again: Let’s Bathe in Defeat Some More


On the eleventh of September every year as it approaches and fades, we are yet again exposed to the reminder and the bitching and moaning related to the debate over what some (mostly patriotic Americans) consider the most significant attack of all time. Whether you fall into the group that believe radical terrorists hijacked and flew the planes into the buildings or you believe in one of the several conspiracies that suggest the attacks were part of a carefully orchestrated plan to create a war for gain – whether for power, resource or other – there’s no denying that 9/11…

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Embassy in London Surrounded as Julian Assange Possibly Ready to Leave.


The Wikileaks founder who is wanted for investigation of alleged sexual assault in Sweden has been hiding out in Equador’s London embassy for two years to avoid extradition to Sweden, which could see him handed over to the United States for exposing their confidential information, which the American government still persists was a serious harm to national security. Assange has again reminded both supporters and critics that although he is considered a fugitive by global elite, he has yet to be charged. Responding to claims made by the mainstream media that Assange has a worsening heart condition due to his…

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Russia Implements Full Ban on Imports From US, Au, Canada, EU and Norway.


Russian PM Dmitry Medvedev has signed a decree on the full ban for imports of beef, pork, poultry meat, fish, cheese, milk, vegetables and fruit from Australia, Canada, the EU, the US and Norway. The ban will be in effect until August 7, 2015. Responding to the sanctions, somewhat hypocritically, Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop says it is disappointing Russia has retaliated over Australian sanctions imposed over the crisis in Ukraine. The bans could cost Australian producers hundreds of millions of dollars. According to Department of Foreign Affairs figures, exports to Russia in 2013 were worth: Beef: $150m Butter: $64m…

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US Threatens Russia With "a Very Serious Series of Steps"


U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry has threatened "a very serious series of steps" against Russia with the European Union in response to Crimea’s vote on Sunday to break away from Ukraine.   During a state panel hearing, Kerry said: "If there is no sign of any capacity to be able to move forward and resolve this issue, there will be a very serious series of steps on Monday in Europe and here with respect the options that are available to us," "Now our choice is not to be put in the position of having to do that," he added….

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Russia, Crimea, Ukraine and the United States of America: Here’s What’s Going On.


Crimea’s parliament has voted to join Russia in a dramatic escalation of the crisis over the Ukrainian region that has drawn serious condemnation from the US, UK and other Western countries with their interests. The US has now ordered sanctions on those responsible for Moscow’s military intervention in Ukraine, including bans on travel to the United States and freezing of their U.S. assets. Here’s what we know has happened so far in the Ukraine-Russia-US debacle: Crimea’s parliament has voted to join Russia in a dramatic escalation of the crisis over the Ukrainian region that has drawn serious condemnation from the…

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Australia to Share Cost of Housing US Marines Force; PM Backing Military Over Asylum Seekers


Australia will be sharing the cost of housing a 2500+ man US marines force near Darwin. Earlier this month PM Tony Abbott confirmed that an infrastructure would be built to accommodate over 1100 marines in Northern Australia by the end of next year "That does mean providing the necessary infrastructure on the ground to enable the rotation to be of benefit to us, of benefit to the marines and of benefit to the region – We will make this work for the benefit of our country and for the benefit of the wider world." In April, a US congressional committee…

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Edward Snowden Free to Leave Airport Within Month


Russian officials at Moscow’s Sheremetyevo airport have given the necessary approval documents to American whistle-blower Edward Snowden that would allow him to leave the airport around late August or September. His father Lon Snowden recommended that his son stay in Russia. “I feel Russia has the strength and resolve and convictions to protect my son,” he told Russian TV station Rossiya 24. “If it were me, I would stay in Russia and that’s what I hope my son will do,” he said, adding that he hopes to soon have the chance to visit him. Addressing his son, Lon Snowden said,…

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New Leaks Show NSA Surveillance Extended to Germany


The tensions between Edward Snowden, the U.S. and Europe have dramatically increased after Secret documents of U.S. intelligence have revealed that the NSA controls an extensive amount of surveillance of telecommunications in Germany. This information is new knowledge to Germany who have been informed that around 20 million telephone connections, and 10 million Internet records have been accessed and/or recorded. According to leaks, on one particular day (7 January 2013), the surveillance included roughly 60 million telephone connections. A confidential arrangement shows that the NSA has not been actively Canada, Australia, Britain and New Zealand. This information is developing so…

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Re-Opening the 1988 Lockerbie Bombing Investigations: The Story and Future.


The Lockerbie bombing in 1988 was the bombing of a long-haul flight from London Heathrow Airport to New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport. A Boeing 747–121 (PAN AM 103) was destroyed by an explosive device killing all 243 passengers and 16 crew members. Large sections of the plane crashed into Lockerbie, in southern Scotland, killing an additional 11 people on the ground. In 2001, Abdelbaset al-Megrahi was convicted of the bombing but freed on “compassionate grounds” 8 years later. A doctor claimed he had less than three months to live but did not die until May of 2012. Over…

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