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Australia Buries Afghan War Crimes, Toes U.S. Hostile Line on China
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Australia Buries Afghan War Crimes, Toes U.S. Hostile Line on China
April 15, 2021

The issue of war crimes in Afghanistan renders the Australian government morally compromised in serving as America’s cheerleader, Finian Cunningham writes.

Aboriginal Historical Memory and ‘Australia Day’
February 2, 2021

The symbolic “Australia Day” celebrations should be juxtaposed against the normalised violations occurring against indigenous populations and their terrain, Ramona Wadi writes.

Aboriginal Historical Memory and ‘Australia Day’
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Australia Sabotaged Its Own Interests in China Relations
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Australia Sabotaged Its Own Interests in China Relations
December 8, 2020

The destruction over the past five years of Australia’s mutually beneficial diplomatic and trade relationship with China was probably a successful “Five Eyes” information warfare operation,  writes Tony Kevin. Tony KEVIN The address to Federal Parliament by Chinese President Xi […]

Australia’s War Crimes and Culture of Impunity
November 8, 2020

Under the guise of foreign intervention and the democracy narrative which is used to sell war to the public, impunity for human rights violations is being cultivated.

Australia’s War Crimes and Culture of Impunity
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Weaponising Human Rights: Can the Magnitsky Act Deny Due Process?
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Weaponising Human Rights: Can the Magnitsky Act Deny Due Process?
October 31, 2020

The Australian parliament seems about to approve a ‘human rights’ law that would establish the ability to exert arbitrary state power over individuals in other countries who have been accused of human rights violations. Ironically, this law gives the accused no day in court, and no chance to see charges or evidence, confront accusers, present a defence or have a ruling made by an authority other than the prosecution.

Rubberhose Cryptography and the Idea Behind Wikileaks: Julian Assange as a Physics Student
September 12, 2020

That an Australian journalist, publishing documents that reveal war crimes can be indicted on the US Espionage Act, whilst not on US soil, is a warning flag to the world.

Rubberhose Cryptography and the Idea Behind Wikileaks: Julian Assange as a Physics Student
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Why Does the Right-Wing Support Cross-Border Office Holders?
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Why Does the Right-Wing Support Cross-Border Office Holders?
September 11, 2020

When it comes to appointing foreign citizens to high government posts, conservative governments are at the forefront of “global governance.”

COVID Dystopia Comes to Melbourne
September 8, 2020

It was the image that shocked Australia and soon went global. A pregnant woman, handcuffed in her own kitchen, in front of her children, as police officers seized every computer, tablet and cell phone in the house before frog-marching her off to the station.

COVID Dystopia Comes to Melbourne
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