Recent Posts - page 2

  • The “White-washing” of the lower-class.

    “First recorded in 1605-15, candidate is from the Latin word candidātus clothed in white (adj.), candidate for office (noun, in reference to the white togas worn by …Roman officials aspiring for election to high office).” I am going to use… Read More ›

  • Failure Politics.

    Pessimistic policy agendas of the LNP. We won’t have it!..We won’t take it!…We don’t want it! We don’t want the sickly pessimism of these failed penny-ante philosophers, these failed leaders, these failed and failures of small-minded-people that head and advise… Read More ›

  • In a Convenient Troth.

    noun: troth faith or loyalty when pledged in a solemn agreement or undertaking. “a token of troth” Have you ever wondered , along with myself, why in some controversial situations involving either the judiciary, bureaucracy or academia, while the popular… Read More ›

  • Capitalism Cannot Be Rehabilitated

      By Christian Marx Australia (and indeed the rest of the world) is in crisis. This has entirely been brought about by free market capitalism. Government regulation has been savaged and both major parties are completely corrupted by rich and… Read More ›

  • Murdoch Madness

    How is it possible so many people still believe the bullshit that spews from Murdoch rags? Right wingers claim they hate globalism. Guess what? Murdoch is the ultimate globalist. Murdoch also is a war profiteer, and ALL of his hatred… Read More ›

  • The Gutting of the Body Social.

    “She (Margaret Thatcher) initiated the privatisation boom, which was copied around the world,” says Lord Freud, the minister for welfare reform, who in an earlier life as a banker at SG Warburg was involved in the privatisations of British Steel,… Read More ›

  • A Cultural Revolution.

    In this discussion on the whys and wherefores of Mao’s “Cultural Revolution”, I will not be wanting to condone the crazed killings by a rampant mob. At the same time, I am not of such a naïve nature to believe… Read More ›