The 4 July is the day for celebrating the winning of independence in the United States of America. For much of the world it now represents subjugation by what has become a superpower exploiting the world.
We are facing challenging times. The economy is not meeting the needs of society and may soon fall over the precipice. Global warming brings a threat on a scale that we have never seen before. Democratic rights are being curtailed. Meanwhile, the billionaires continue to have their pockets filled by crooked politicians. This should not be the Australia we want.
The onus is on us, to find a way out of this mess and chart a clear alternative direction. We must focus on what is most important and leave differences behind.
Australian for a New Democracy has emerged to champion this cause. We are not associated with a political party.
Progress can only be made through widespread consultation and the involvement of many within their communities, organisations, and workplaces. Join us.
Come along to this forum. Hear the speakers and contribute to the discussion. The aim is to achieve agreement on some practical measures that will take us onto the next step.
Fight for the removal of the Morrison Federal Government and its anti-worker programme.
Demand a workers’ programme from Labor.
Let us make May Day 2022 another major demonstration against the Morrison anti-worker programme.
If you are a unionist, make the May Day events a major demonstration against the attacks on workers’ rights, pay and conditions.
If you are a struggling community organisation, make the May Day events a major demonstration against the attacks on social conditions, democratic rights and living conditions.
If you are a migrant and asylum seeker-based organisation or an otherwise ethnic based organisation, make the May Day events a major demonstration against the inhumane and anti-people policies of the Australia Government and other
Juntera is a feature film-length narrative documentary about the life and work of a Chavista political organisation in five Peasant Comunas in Venezuela. It was made by the Bolivar and Zamora Revolutionary Current (la Corriente Revolucionaria Bolívar y Zamora or CRBZ).Comunas is the Spanish term for communes. Continue reading Film Night “Juntera” – Supporting the Venezuelan people→
Three locations CBD. From noon until 7.30pm.
Event will be up soon.
Save the date.Starting at 90 Collins St, British Consulate.
!2noon – 1.30pm.Then 553 St Kilda Road, US Consulate.
3pm – 4.30pmFinish up with a Yellow #Ribbons4Assange birthday gathering at:
Flinders Street Station.
6pm – 7.30pm.