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Census 2011 – read between the lines

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Defend Wikileaks – John Pilger

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US Military ‘Persona’ software unveiled

Reports have recently surfaced revealing a $2.76 million contract awarded to a newly-formed software company by the US military to develop ‘multiple personas’ which advocate pro-American agenda in public forums, press outlets and social media. At ‘The Raw Story’ (http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2011/02/22/exclusive-militarys-persona-software-cost-millions-used-for-classified-social-media-activities/) … Continue reading

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Heed the word: Murder, Espionage and War Crimes – a most unethical conflict of interests in national census 2011

Would you allow sensitive information regarding your date and country of birth, previous address history, current whereabouts, ethnic identity, sex, sexual orientation, employer, travel route to work and religious affiliations to the same agents who have held ‘terrorists’ in Guantanamo … Continue reading

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The truth about Cannabis

Len Richmond’s film ‘What if Cannabis Cured Cancer?’ comes at a time when medical facts surrounding the herb are overwhelmingly in favour of its de-criminalisation. For those of a educated mind and clear conscience, the facts – supported in this … Continue reading

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Oil and the end of the road…

A quick glance at the history of human civilisation in the 20th century and we are left with no bigger catalyst for progress than oil.  With it, we developed technology and industrialisation that far surpassed anything human achievements had previously … Continue reading

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Wikileaks, Manning, The Guardian and a case of journalistic ethics

The case of Bradley Manning and his alleged crimes of treason to the US government has put the spotlight on several ethical factors surrounding journalism. No person who has witnessed the collateral murder footage could deny that this leak has … Continue reading

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