Archive for September, 2010

 

Ahmadinejad, 9/11 and Economic Development

September 30th, 2010

Australia was one of the 27 nations to walk out of the UN General Assembly on Sept 23rd 2010, when the Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad made controversial statements and called for a fuller inquiry on the 9/11 destruction of the world trade centre. (Strangely the details of this have not been addressed on mainstream media [...]

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Simplifying the System

September 14th, 2010

Unless globalised free trade can guarantee a non-erosion of our national infrastructure, a true support of our regional development and not enveloped Australia in a race to the bottom, we need a real financial “firewall”.
 
That firewall needed is a national credit banking system.  Without such Australia will have no such protection and will be reliant upon international [...]

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No war in Iran please it has an impact on Australia

September 5th, 2010

What is Australia’s position, if there were to be a breakdown of the Palestine and Israel peace initiative? The US Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton says “I see, unfortunately, the forces of destruction, the forces of negativity on both sides gaining strength” she states (according to The Hindu) Iran is behind the terrorism that is destabilizing the [...]

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