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April 23, 2014


Several World Nations Begin Multistakeholder Meeting on Future of Internet -

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

[WEIRDMEAN] 1518 Dancing Plague: Where Hundreds Danced to Their Deaths -

Friday, April 18, 2014

LIVE ONGOING COVERAGE: The Desperate Search for MH370 -

Monday, April 7, 2014

Earthquake Killing and Injuring Several Off North Chile Triggers Tsunami Alert. -

Wednesday, April 2, 2014

MH370: As Misinformation Grows, Malaysian Government Considering Action Against ‘Manufactured Reports’ -

Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Parallel Universe Discovered and Confirmed With Science! War Imminent -

Monday, March 31, 2014

Japan’s Whaling Is Commercial and Not Scientific; International Court of Justice Rules -

Monday, March 31, 2014

What’s Behind the West and Their Anti-Russia Rhetoric Over Crimea? Oil, Power and Greed. -

Sunday, March 23, 2014

5 Dead After Small Plane Crashes in Australia -

Saturday, March 22, 2014

MH370: Maritime Authority Begins Searching Off of Perth After Satellite Shows ‘Debris-like’ Objects -

Thursday, March 20, 2014

Fred Phelps of Westboro Baptist Church Dead -

Monday, March 17, 2014

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

Friday, March 14, 2014

The Search for MH370 Boeing 777 Continues as Satellite Imagery Discovers Potential Wreckage -

Thursday, March 13, 2014

Oscar Pistorius Vomits as Court Hears Detailed Autopsy of Shot Girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp -

Monday, March 10, 2014

Mysterious Disappearance of Malaysian Plane Becoming More Complicated -

Sunday, March 9, 2014

Lengthy and Agonising Search for Vanished Malaysian 777 Plane Continues. Long Oil Slick Discovered. -

Saturday, March 8, 2014

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

Friday, March 7, 2014

Schapelle Corby’s Parole May Be Revoked After “Profiting” From Conviction. -

Wednesday, March 5, 2014

Conservatives Get Angry as Comedic Rock Band ‘GWAR’ Decapitate Tony Abbott Effigy -

Wednesday, February 26, 2014

[WORLD in PICTURES] the Extravagance of Viktor Yanukovych’s Mansion Shocks Ukraine -

Monday, February 24, 2014

Mainstream Media and Researchers Link Heavy Music With Troubled Kids Yet Again.


Well – should we even be surprised that News Corp affiliated research institutes have cropped up with the claims that music – in this case, Metal takes the blame again – can have a severe effect on a teenager’s behaviour? In an article named “How a teen’s iPod can tell you if they will be trouble” the assumption made from a hardly-conclusive 309-teen survey is that those who listen to the heavy stuff are more likely to be troublesome teens. (And of course, the headline using the term ‘iPod’ instead of ‘portable music player’ is evidence enough of the conformity)…

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Drunken Schoolies on Social Networks: Media Exaggeration or Serious Problem?


      [Photograph: A supposedly “News Limited Sourced” photograph of a ‘passed out’ partier at Schoolies in the Gold Coast] As crappy as ever, Murdochian website has done a story on the recent Schoolies trips taking place inside and outside of Australia. Quick definition: Schoolies is a period of time where people go on a small holiday in either Queensland or Bali and the surrounding areas after they finish the 12 years of education. Unsurprisingly, there are many underage drinkers (as some may have yet to hit 18), drug users and a vast selection of general drunkenness and…

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Web Censorship 2012: An Angry Letter to Nicola Roxon and Stephen Conroy

Let's see how he likes it.

As someone who has spent a lot of time reporting on fascist politicians and who has equally shared disgust for draconian scumbags with the taste of freedom leaving a sour retention on their tongues, I figured it would be appropriate to approach Australian MP Nicola Roxon and Communications Minister Stephen Conroy (Cuntroy) regarding her support for the censorship of Australia’s internet and the cries regarding so-called “Twitter Trolls” This has been covered extensively on WordswithMeaning! by fellow author Cask J. Thomson so if you are not up to date, here is some reading material: Australia’s Nicola Roxon Pushing the “Big…

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Celebrities vs. Twitter Trolls. Why Walking Away Is Better Than Involving Politicians & the Law.


    The first rule of social media – and practically the internet – is that you shouldn’t feed the trolls. Quickly, if you don’t know what a troll is: it’s someone who intentionally pisses you off or says something vile to kick start a reaction. They gain pleasure from knowing that they annoyed you. “Feeding” the trolls basically means that you’re reacting and that is what they want, so they’ve achieved something! Getting the police involved is a pathetic measure. These days what happens online barely leads to action happening offline. By this, I’m implying that unless any damage…

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Media Madness in Australia; Silly Regulations Are Proposed


Australia’s mainstream media in general has believably been censoring and avoiding the facts that there are now roughly 20 million Muslim people in exile that Australia has helped the American Governments produce. Typically; when it comes to genocides or tragedy involving non-Australians it is unreported or shoved into the backrooms of the headlines (Russia’s flash flooding for example) and likewise the failure to acknowledge that Norway’s Anders Breivik is a terrorist is among the hundreds of arrogant approaches to addressing the people. On a side note – it’s important to realize that society has been bred to think of terrorists…

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Australian Olympians With Guns? Totally Outrageously…not Shocking.


This story came to my attention a day or so ago, and although I wasn’t offended by the photograph or the Olympians pictured – I was still offended. By whom was I strictly insulted by? The Australian media, and, more specifically, the tight-arse conservatives who went as far (and as quickly) to say that these guns were of bad taste due to the events that happened more than 15 years ago. Take this excerpt from The Sun Herald for instance: The pair smiled and looked smug as they handled automatic pistols and pump-action shot guns similar to those used in…

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Media Misinformation as Australia’s Current Affairs Program Shown Up Over MP Craig Thomson Prostitute Claims.


The media have lied to gain television ratings? Well that’s just unheard of. If you live in Australia then you would have no doubt been flabbergasted by the constant media attention given to MP Craig Thomson after he allegedly slept with a prostitute and paid for it with a government credit card. Channel 9’s A Current Affair – which is a program said marketed to be about issues in our current country, but really just full of celebrity manicures and how speeding fines are too expensive – paid the supposed prostitute $60,000 for an on-camera interview after she signed a…

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Fascist AUS Radio Host Condemns Grant Given to Metal Band


  Melbourne-based talkback radio host, Neil Mitchell (wikipedia) is fuming after a Sydney technical death metal band by the name of OUROBOROS was given a $20,000 grant to develop their musical talents thanks to the Australia Council for the Arts. “It’s awful stuff, and you’re paying for it,” Neil said. – You can listen to what he had to say to a local community radio host here on our Youtube As an avid fan of all things rock and heavy metal, I praise the Australian Council for the Arts for giving these guys a head-start, when one would expect more…

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Street Number Security Codes: Silly Media Claiming Google Street View Will Violate Privacy


I have a grudge against the media and especially when it comes to the fear-forcing paranoia of self-proclaimed experts on privacy and law. I’ve said it before, but I’ll say it again. Google doesn’t really care about what you ate for lunch or where you are going dressed like that! Many News LTD. outlets are pumping terror into readers by saying things like “To gain access to Gmail for example, users are asked to identify a blurry house number by typing it into a box.”—Well sorry, but that’s not the case. If you (or automated software) get the password wrong…

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Google Privacy? Nothing to Worry About, Go on About Your Lives.


Google’s privacy policy unification has now gone live, and aside from what the media seems to be saying – there is really nothing to be concerned about. The fear pumped into the online public is made up of grossly exaggerated terms and twisted words. Here I am going to explain exactly what this means and how it affects or doesn’t affect you. The policy allows the Google systems to combine and manipulate data from its 60 free services, something it could not do under its previous policies. Studying through the thousands of pages related to terms & conditions is not…

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