- The occupation is having a field day
- Hey Elton! Your music isn’t apolitical in Israel
- Why did the Australian government help Colombo in its vicious war?
- The crime of killing Rachel Corrie needs to be resolved
- A real writer’s job isn’t to be popular
- Bring Auschwitz into the Israel debate and take a back seat
- Can Australia please not hate refugees for five minutes?
- A lone Tamil politician urges Sri Lanka to look deep into its heart
- Asylum seekers in the pursuit of humanity
|The occupation is having a field dayPosted: 09 May 2010 06:40 PM PDT
What “settlement freeze” in the West Bank?
The colonists aren’t worried at all.
|Hey Elton! Your music isn’t apolitical in IsraelPosted: 09 May 2010 06:25 PM PDT
Will Elton John hear the message?
|Why did the Australian government help Colombo in its vicious war?Posted: 09 May 2010 07:14 AM PDT
A few months ago a number of Tamils in Australia walked free after pleading guilty to terrorism charges. It was a comprehensive disaster for the Australian government and highlighted a disturbing tendency to do the bidding of the Sri Lankan authorities in its “war against terror” and the Tamil people.
One of those released, Arumugam Rajeevan, speaks this week to ABC Radio and gives a moving explanation of his life and the ongoing challenges suffered by Tamils and the Diaspora. The struggle for freedom will go on:
|The crime of killing Rachel Corrie needs to be resolvedPosted: 09 May 2010 06:04 AM PDT
An instructive example of how the Zionist state attempts to shield its crimes from the world and how long it takes any form of (possible) justice to emerge:
|A real writer’s job isn’t to be popularPosted: 09 May 2010 02:57 AM PDT
How famed Indian writer Arundhati Roy fights her own war against terror and defends the rights of the silenced in her country.
|Bring Auschwitz into the Israel debate and take a back seatPosted: 09 May 2010 02:36 AM PDT
Why oh why do so many Zionists only write in apocalyptic language? Because that’s all they know. Victimhood is too appealing.
Here’s Sarah Honig:
|Can Australia please not hate refugees for five minutes?Posted: 09 May 2010 02:32 AM PDT
Here’s Australia’s Liberal Party, the main Opposition, with its election-style ad. Note the brief section on refugees, red lines indicating an invasion of “illegals” from countries such as Iran, Sri Lanka, Iraq etc.
Not racist at all. No chance:
|A lone Tamil politician urges Sri Lanka to look deep into its heartPosted: 08 May 2010 08:23 PM PDT
Sivagnanam Sritharan is a newly elected Tamil politician in Sri Lanka.
The following is his maiden speech to Parliament on 8 May:
|Asylum seekers in the pursuit of humanityPosted: 08 May 2010 08:17 PM PDT
I went to this yesterday in Sydney. The Australian government (and dog-whistling Opposition) will not get away with demonising refugees in the pursuit of power: