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The “Aboriginal Voice” to Parliament: “Fool me once – shame on you. Fool me countless times…” – Mick Lawless

The “Aboriginal Voice” to Parliament: “Fool me once – shame on you. Fool me countless times…” – Mick Lawless

The planet heats up and the bushfire season approaches, yet massive fossil fuel projects still get the go ahead. Climate Change protesters are hunted by police and imprisoned for caring about our future. Whistleblowers face massive prison sentences despite revealing...
Gladys, corruption, rubber-toothed watchdogs and their apologists explained – Mick Lawless

Gladys, corruption, rubber-toothed watchdogs and their apologists explained – Mick Lawless

~ The Parasite Class ~ “Laws are like cobwebs which may catch small flies, but let wasps and hornets break through” – Jonathan Swift, 1667 – 1745       There are a number of articles explaining why it’s perfectly OK for...
Trespassers complaining on Stolen Lands – Mick Lawless

Trespassers complaining on Stolen Lands – Mick Lawless

  First noticed that old Right Wing theme favourite “Tough on Crime” reemerging in Alice Springs, Northern Territory (NT). A racist little Facebook effort called Action for Alice 2020.  “Tough on Crime’s” kamerad “Law and...
Lidia Thorpe & Penny Wong – Changing the Narrative – Mick Lawless

Lidia Thorpe & Penny Wong – Changing the Narrative – Mick Lawless

A short thesis on the role of the Senate The Senate acts as a house of review and this (supposedly) prevents the government from becoming an authoritarian corporate handmaiden, divorced from the wishes of the people.   Approval to go to war So a bit of a failure...