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April 18, 2015


Dzhokhar Tsarnaev Found Guilty of Boston Marathon Bombings. -

Wednesday, April 8, 2015

Mikhail Gorbachev States That the US Are Attempting to “Unilaterally Rule the World” and Failing to Do So. -

Saturday, April 4, 2015

[APRIL FOOL`S] WordMean Purchased by News Corporation. -

Wednesday, April 1, 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

The Flaws of Western Feminism, Oppression and That Old Equal Pay Debate -

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

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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Australia “bribing” Asylum Seekers Up to $10k to Leave.


Australia is offering paid incentives for illegal immigrants detained in offshore camps of up to $10,000 if they voluntarily return to their home country, a new government strategy report claims, prompting outrage from refugee campaigners and critics of the governments’ controversial treatment of “boat people” Australia has significantly toughened its policy on asylum-seekers in recent years, with those arriving on unauthorised boats refused residency in Australia even if they are deemed genuine refugee status. They are instead held in detention camps on Manus and Nauru islands. Details of numbers and statistics are hazy,  after Prime Minister Tony Abbott enforced a…

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Bashar Al-Assad Re-Elected as President of Syria


Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has been re-elected as president of Syria fetching over 88% of the vote. This victory will give Assad another 7 years in office. He has been in office since July 2000. Assad’s challengers, Hassan al-Nouri gained 4.3% of the vote whilst Maher Hajjar had 3.2% The parliament speaker confirmed the result stating "I declare the victory of Dr Bashar Hafez al-Assad as president of the Syrian Arab Republic with an absolute majority of the votes cast in the election," Voting was held in the remaining government-controlled areas. Naturally, the opponents of Assad have condemned the results…

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Australia: National Commission Recommendations Include Raising Age Pension, Requiring People to Pay Cash to See Bulk-Billed Doctors and More.


For a country that has rapidly become ridiculously expensive and has had a fair share of governments who immediately assume every resident on welfare is rorting the system or that those with nice possessions must be rich and taxable, Australia’s latest budget cut hints have earned anger. Despite encouraging all Australian citizens to “tighten their belts” and do the “heavy lifting” to restore Australia’s supposedly dwindling economy, Abbott’s government has already approved the purchase of fighter jets, projected to cost roughly $14 billion. Claiming that a ‘deterioration’ of the budget is to blame for soon-to-be broken promises, Federal Treasurer Joe…

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Nelson Mandela Dead; Was Mandela a Terrorist?


As Nelson Mandela approached his final moments; the debate of hero or terrorist was once again sparked with various facts, misinformation and justifications. Simply put – Mandela was a hero to many but some allege his actions were less than heroic. Nelson Mandela served 27 years of a life sentence in prisons including the infamous Robben Island for disruption and machination against the South African Apartheid regime. He was released in 1990 and was elected the first black president of South Africa four years later in what would be known as the country’s first free and fair elections. Those two…

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Surveillance by US Stretches to Spain as Lawmakers Urge Europe to Be Grateful for the Lives Saved by the NSA


Spain has joined France and Germany in demanding answers from the US over its spying programmes after "El Mundo" newspaper revealed that the United States had monitored more than 60 million Spanish telephone calls in the space of a single month, slamming the surveillance as "inappropriate and unacceptable". This is but a flake of snow in the recent blizzard of scandal over US snooping on telephone and online communications of ordinary citizens and world leaders including German Chancellor Angela Merkel. The newspaper has said such systematic trawling of huge volumes of digital information includes intercepting personal details through Internet web…

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Norwegian PM Becomes Taxi Driver to “Hear Honest Views on Politics” in Re-Election Stunt


  Norway’s Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg has made an interesting bid at his re-election by secretly working as a taxi driver in central Oslo. He drove passengers around the streets of the Norwegian capital for several hours, confirming his identity only after and if his passengers realised who he was. Stoltenberg’s party, Labour, is straggling in the polls against the opposition Conservatives. The video can be viewed below with English subtitles. Stoltenberg claims he wanted to hear people’s honest views on politics. “If there is one place where people say what they really mean about most things, it is in…

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Rupert Murdoch Against Labor Party and Faster Internet Connections for Commercial Interests Says PM Kevin Rudd


Just a day after the 2013 election was called, Murdoch’s News Corp Australia Daily Telegraph began its election coverage with a picture of Rudd and the banner headline: “Now you finally have a chance to kick this mob out.” Despite fresh scandals over the behaviour of his UK news organisations, media mogul Rupert Murdoch exercises significant supremacy through his empire in Australia with PM Kevin Rudd accusing Murdoch of using his monopoly as a biased force against the Labor party. Kevin Rudd has claimed that Murdoch’s primary reasons for backing Abbot in the upcoming election are more to do with…

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Julian Assange Officially Launches Political Party for Australian Senate Seat


WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has now officially launched his political party in Australia in order to run in the Senate elections this year, with strong hopes that a Senate seat could provide him with ‘defence against potential criminal prosecution’. Assange is one of three party candidates in Victoria for elections that will be held before December. The party, which was registered by the Australian Electoral Commission only this month, will also field candidates in New South Wales and Western Australia states. Assange stated that his party’s seven Senate candidates would go to the national capital of Canberra to address what…

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Australia: Kevin Rudd Returns as PM With Fascist Stephen Conroy Quitting the Frontbench.


With the breaking news that Australia’s former Prime Minister Kevin Rudd has reclaimed leadership after Julia Gillard lost a caucus vote (the results being 57 to 45) it has now been confirmed that Wayne Swan, Stephen Conroy, Craig Emerson and Joe Ludwig have quit the frontbench. The most welcoming news for many anti-censorship campaigners is that Stephen Conroy – one of the main men behind the mandatory internet filter – has resigned.

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