IPAN calls for a public discussion on neutrality for Australia “in the face of continuing uncertainty towards the alliance and global rules-based order”. Continue reading Call for a better Plan for Australia’s defence
By Joe Montero
The proof is in. A personal debt bomb is ticking, and it has the potential to pull the Australian economy down the drain, if something is not done about it. Continue reading Australia’s debt crisis is real and needs to be dealt with
By Jim Hayes
Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp has lifted its war on the ABC and SBS, by pushing for the Australian government to review the charters by which the two operate. Continue reading Murdoch attacks ABC and SBS to further aim of complete control of media
The following is by Paul Gregoire and published by Sydney Criminal Lawyers (19 July 2018). It deals with new legislation introduced into parliament, which will make it easier to involve the military to control the Australian population
Continue reading New laws will allow the use of military to break protests
By Joe Montero
The usual suspects are now chorusing that multiculturalism has failed Australia. It is curious that every horse in the Murdoch stable has come out with this one at the same time. Continue reading Multiculturalism is a description of Australia’s reality and not a policy
This article by Eric Levitz (New York Magazine 9 July 2018), is about the real effect of the Trump cut to company tax, just 6 months after it was put into effect. It has not led to a revival in positive investment. On the contrary. Bad investment has been the result and of squandering money that could have been alternately put, to better use making lives better for Americans, concludes the writer.
Continue reading Corporations invested their Trump tax cuts into failing stock buybacks
The following published by Byline Investigations on 7 July 2018, outs senior figured in Murdoch’s media empire in the U.K., who have been named as being involved in unlawful news gathering activities. Evidence provided in the High Court in London is the source of the information. This exposure is important, because it provides a window into the modus operandi of the media giant, which is not confined to only one country. There have been calls for an investigation into whether similar methods have been used in Australia. Perhaps this will contribute to bringing more pressure for this to come about.
Continue reading Murdoch journalists linked to unlawful news-gathering in the United Kingdom
He’s one of Australia’s most celebrated whistleblowers. And he has a warning for us.
By Jim Hayes
Rupert Murdoch’s battle with giants like Facebook amazon and google and Netflix, over ultimate control over social media seems to be a bigger bite that might have first seemed to the 87-year old. Continue reading Rupert furthers strategy to crash into social media