Monthly Archives: December 2010

Sydney Rally in support of Wikileaks

Yesterday (14 Dec 2010) at Sydney Town Hall, protests were held at what they see as the persecution of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, and at their own governments complicity in it. One of several rallies around the country held that … Continue reading

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A Screen-Shot to Remember

I’m posting this because I think in the future it will be considered valuable – like the menus aboard the Titanic or an original poster promoting Woodstock – as a slice of reality from a historic moment. Continue reading

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Assange and Asylum Seekers Share Corporate Warden?

  There has been speculation that Serco, the company which runs Australia’s “immigration detention centres” (and various other facilities for incarceration around the world), will play a role in holding or transporting the now incarcerated Julian Assange. The speculation began following the … Continue reading

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Q:Why does China still support North Korea?

A: Because the United States has bases in South Korea. If North and South Korea were reunified, American troops would likely have free access right up to their border. Air bases and listening posts may be established. This would bother any … Continue reading

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