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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

[COMPLETE COVERAGE] Airbus A320 AirAsia Flight QZ8501 Goes Missing. -

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

Another Dramatic G20 Summit After Criticisms and Propaganda Flow Against Russia and Australia -

Friday, November 21, 2014

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


We shouldn’t even be giving them the publicity but yet again the irritatingly overly-sensitive have struck again with over 16000 signatures on the (mostly filled with pathetic petitions as if petitions work these days) website to prevent Australian TV from broadcasting a new documentary about notorious murderer Ivan Milat. The petition (with its description mirrored below) claims that Australia doesn’t need reminding of the murders. There are plenty of books and documentaries about Ivan, but apparently this one tips the politically sensitive over the edge. Hey there, We appreciate and respect your freedom to block ads on the web,…

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Protests in Missouri After Teenage Black Man Shot Dead by Police


Violent protests have erupted again in the United States after yet another 18 year old black male was shot dead by police. St. Louis County Police Chief Jon Belmar stated the officer was questioning the 18-year-old and another man about a theft late at a convenience store in Berkeley when the young man pulled a 9mm handgun on him. The officer stumbled backward but fired three shots, one of which struck the victim. Belmar declined to name the 18-year-old killed in Berkeley, but he has since been identified as Antonio Martin. Whilst the racism and profiling in this particular case…

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


With the 2014 Sydney Hostage Crisis over, leaving two hostages and the gunman dead, many questions are being raised – most, as should be expected, based on hysteria and shocked reactions against the Muslim community and the fact that “terrorism has arrived in Australia”. The gunman has been identified as Man Haron Monis. Police have yet to find connections between Haron and any international terrorist organisations. The incident has certainly shaped what was already a dark opinion on the Muslims in Australia, with many conservative politicians and ignorant residents firing out that this crisis would easily have been avoided if…

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


  Update: Two hostages and the gunman at the centre of a siege at a cafe in Sydney’s CBD have been shot dead when armed police stormed the building, police have confirmed. Police said shots were fired and as a result, the 50-year-old man was pronounced dead after being taken to hospital. Another man, aged 34, and a woman, aged 38, were pronounced dead after being taken to hospital. The Lindt cafe in Martin Place is surrounded by heavily armed police authorities after a hostage crisis broke out.   Conflicting reports have been made about the reasons behind the hostage…

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Asylum Seeker at Manus Island Detention Centre Reports That He and Another Were “Tortured, Assaulted and Threatened With Rape” at Now-Admitted Secret Compound.


An asylum seeker at the Manus Island detention centre has purported that he and another detainee were tortured, physically assaulted, threatened with rape and forced to sign papers withdrawing their witness accounts about the night Iranian asylum seeker Reza Barati died. Barati died during a riot on Manus Island in February of 2014. Manus Island Regional Processing Centre is the immigration detention and offshore asylum processing centre located in Papua New Guinea and operated by Transfield Services on behalf of the Australian government. The Australian Government have refuted the claims. [Official response below.] The man, aged in his 20s, has…

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Scotland’s Independence Result: No Means Yes…Possibly


Although fifty five percent of the electorate voted in favour of Scotland remaining as part of the UK, it seems that it isn’t the end of the story, not by a long shot. The referendum has ultimately ended up posing more questions than it ever hoped to solve. It’s not necessarily the end Whilst true devolution has for now been shelved, the Prime Minister David Cameron has said this will only be “for a generation” meaning that in future years, this process may re-occur. Former Scottish First Minister, the now retired Alex Salmond has said that Scotland should accept the…

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Terrorism Fears in Australia: Conveniently Giving New Powers for Censorship and Control.


The past few weeks have seen Australians thrown into the idea that they’re number one on the terrorist agenda and that the mighty Muslim extremists are here to take their freedoms away. Mass hysteria and political panic has assisted the Australian government into enforcing new laws that would often be criticised, with mass surveillance in the name of security helping to justify the actions of the powers above us. United with the inquisitive laws, and having what is essentially the immunity for beating confessions out of suspects, the powers of authority have gone from protection to mania. The careful use…

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Hundreds of Police Officers Breach Social Media Laws According to New Release.


Hundreds of police officers in the UK have breached social media guidelines by posting racists or threatening comments on Twitter or Facebook or by sending friend requests to victims of crime according to new revelations. Internet trolling can get you arrested, charged and possibly jailed in the United Kingdom. Around 828 cases in England and Wales were reported to seniors between 2009 and February 2014, according to Freedom of Information requests made by the Press Association. Around 9% of the cases resulted in resignation, dismissal or retirement, while 14% of cases “required no further action”. What happened to the rest…

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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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Australian Senate Inquiry Into New Mandatory Data-Retention Is Assisted by NSA.


Attorney-General George Brandis has said a compulsory data-retention scheme, which security organisations argue is essential to contest terrorism, is ”under active consideration by the government”. The scheme, will still enforce retention of 24 months. This time around, not only is the plan a little more lucrative, but the advisers involved are U.S. surveillance experts The National Security Agency. It’s a proposal that has been floating around the Australian government for a few years now and it’s set to return: Mandatory data retention. (see Australia’s Nicola Roxon Pushing the “Big Brother” Data Retention Laws and (Audio) Freedom of Information Request Granted…

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