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Thursday, 10 March

00:01

Let’s Practice “White Magic” new illuminati

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Wednesday, 09 March

21:36

Direct from Aleppo, Syria: The Ceasefire, Interventionist policy, and Aleppo news (We) can do better

This whole crisis, destruction, cleansing, uprooting people from their homes, poverty, the refugee problem, systematic destruction of infrastructure, raping women, beheading innocents, looting, erasing priceless heritage and historical and sacred buildings and architecture, creating all the zombie-like trash criminals that have invaded us from all over the world..... All that and a lot more, had been made in the name of gaining perhaps 3% more rights than the 80% of rights that Syrians already had. As result, Syrians have lost 80% of what they had before, and have not gained the 3% they were promised that foreign intervention would bring them.

Scene from the Kurdish part of Aleppo, currently hammered by 'rebel' mortars.

"The best thing outside powers can do in the interest of peace is to include civil society groups in future negotiations, listen to what they have to say, and refrain from imposing top-down solutions that ignore the Syrian people." (Stephen Zunes)

The above quote comes from the end of an article on Boston Review , called "Syria after the Ceasefire", by Stephen Zunes:
https://bostonreview.net/world/syria-ceasefire-stephen-zunes

The West will hammer Syria until the Syrians tell them what they want to hear, not what the Syrians actually want

However, if the Syrian people dared to say that they want Assad, the western powers will either punish the Syrian people more and more till they are all well tamed...

21:01

Criminal Motorcycle Gangs - Corporate media lies? Corporate Australia

Here's one for the record books.

So the corporate media has stated that fraudster Brian John Kelly has strong connections to "Criminal Motorcycle Gangs".

So that means the the 'gang' the he has connections to has been "actually" charged with criminal activity.

The whole 'gang' must be charged with criminal activity.

If the 'gang' is an association, a business entity, or a corporation then that entity has to be charged as a criminal organisation as a whole.

Can the corporate media produce such documentation that the organisation as a whole has been charged 'criminally'?

If not, then they have stated false or deliberately misleading information.

It's like saying the criminal labour party or the criminal MP's in office.

Let's start labeling ALL MP's as criminal MP's.

Is this part of a deliberate political agenda for fear mongering?

Is this part of a deliberate ploy to discredit the 'gang' that may have people that commit criminal activity?

Read the original article at:

http://www.couriermail.com.au/news/queensland/drugs-made-me-do-it-says-conman-brian-john-kelly/news-story/d46d8d832eff0dff68d1caa398ffe850

17:19

The Peter Maxwell Slattery Show Forgotten Origin

Published on Mar 8, 2016
Ancient Egyptians in Australia, New Book, Marked Rock Artifacts, Australia Original Wisdom, Australia’s Stonehenge

On this episode, Steven and Evan Strong talk about their new book “Between a rock and a hard place”, the Gosford Glyphs, the evidence for the Pleiadian Connection to the Original people and a whole lot more. Sorry about their faces not being in it properly as i got a new Mac and it cuts out some of the screen when recording compared to what i was seeing.

A bit about Steven Strong and his son Evan Strong and what they do from their website “Forgotten Origin”.

50,000 years ago, the very first Homo Sapiens set sail from Australia. These people were responsible for the development of religion, art, agriculture, seafaring, surgery, and many of the cornerstones of civilisation as we know it.

Steven and Evan Strong have spent over 20 years assembling facts from archaeological finds, explorersâŹ" accounts, genetics information, traditional Australian Aboriginal mythology and many more sources to develop one coherent and controversial theory: Aboriginal people exported civilisation to the world-at-large.

The post The Peter Maxwell Slattery Show appeared first on Forgotten Origin.

02:08

Debating Disaster Capitalism at the London School of Economics Antony Loewenstein

During my recent visit to London, where I debated the future of the UN at the London School of Economics (LSE), I also discussed my book Disaster Capitalism at the LSE with three articulate and critical women: Dr Brenna Bhandar, Dr Marsha Henry and Dr Devika Hovell. I was challenged on my choice of interviewees in the book, why more female voices weren’t heard and whether disaster capitalism is really any different to exploitative capitalism:

01:03

Call It What It Is: America Is A Police State Wake Up World

9th March 2016 By Brandon Turbeville Over the years in my own articles, I have used the terms âŹScreeping fascism,⏠âŹSgrowing police state,⏠and âŹSdescent into totalitarianism⏠among others to describe the domestic situation in which we find ourselves. I have often written that, if Americans do not stand up to the myriad of laws ...Continue Reading - Call It What It Is: America Is A Police State

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Tuesday, 08 March

22:45

New Moon and Solar Eclipse in Pisces – Removing the Boundaries to Our Sacredness Wake Up World

8th March 2016 By Simon Vorster & Jennifer Langstone Contributing Writers for Wake Up World Humanity has collectively come to see spirit and matter as antagonistic to each other, and so, believing we must choose one over the other — the spiritual or the earthly — we have become embedded in an unresolveable polarity that keeps us ...Continue Reading - New Moon and Solar Eclipse in Pisces ⏠Removing the Boundaries to Our Sacredness

21:10

The “war on drugs” in Guinea-Bissau translated into French Antony Loewenstein

Late last year I visited Guinea-Bissau in West Africa to investigate the country’s role as a key drug smuggling hub between South America and Europe. I published a number of stories about it including in Foreign Policy.

Leading French website Ulyces is committed to translating investigative stories from across the world and bringing back the tradition of financially supported journalism. They’ve translated my Foreign Policy story (with more to come) and I’m happy that French speakers can now read my work around the globe. Here’s a taste (more here):

Nous nous trouvons à Bissau, capitale de la Guinée-Bissau. Les quartiers généraux de la police judiciaire, l’agence du gouvernement chargée de mener la guerre contre les drogues dans le pays, sont situés dans une rue poussiéreuse, au beau milieu de cette capitale d’Afrique de l’Ouest étonnamment silencieuse. À l’intérieur se trouve l’unique laboratoire d’analyse des drogues du pays, un ajout récent dû à l’augmentation du financement de l’Union européenne, qui vise à endiguer le flot de narcotiques qui traversent en permanence les frontières du petit État africain.

17:16

Andrew Greenwood and Westall - a 1966 audio recording. Unidentified Aerial Phenomena - scientific research

Hi all,

Introduction
 
The University of Arizona's special collections area, has a collection of the late Professor James E McDonald's papers, including his work on UAP.
 
Part of the UAP collection are 110 compact discs containing audio recordings; including 18 discs with interviews by McDonald when he was in Australia in 1967.
 
Melbourne colleague Paul Dean and I, with the assistance of a long-term US researcher, are working towards acquiring copies of these 18 discs, a few at a time. So far, we have gathered a selection of recordings concerning the April 1966 Balwyn photograph.
 
A  previous blog brought you a summary of an audio recording about a reported sighting on 24 April 1966, involving the Australian Army. Paul and I, plus others, are trying to locate further information on this incident.
 
Today's post
 
Today's post, features information about the 6 April 1966, Westall High School incident, gained from the contents of another audio recording found in the McDonald collection. This one, was an audio letter from an Australian researcher to McDonald, following that researcher's interview, in mid 1966, of Westall High School science teacher, Andrew Greenwood, t...

16:13

Animal homosexuality documentary, male and female land and same-sex marriage (We) can do better

According to recent scientific research, more than 450 different kinds of animals engage in homosexual activity. St Thomas Productions has taken this research, and combined it with never-before- seen film footage, to produce this compelling and groundbreaking documentary. Animal Homosexuality explores the various ways homosexuality is expressed in the animal kingdom through courtships, affection, sex, pair-bonding and parenting. A covert revolution has been taking place in nature, and has gone unnoticed until now. With the help of scientific research, international stock footage and location shoots all over the world, Saint Thomas re-examines and revises the fundamental paradigms of nature.

This ground-breaking video on homosexuality interests me personally most for the light it sheds on sexual division of territory and herds and the role of marriage in land-tenure. From dolphins through sheep through impala and bears, many other species live separate lives except for mating time. Thoughtful people will ask themselves when bonobos, gorillas and chimpanzees began to live in mixed-sex territory. Orangutans still don't. And when did we humans?

This multi-species homosexuality documentary was published on Jan 8, 2016 on youtube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oYdcvRe7ox8 Authors : Bertrand Loyer, Jessica Menendez, Stéphane Alexandresco [1]

The documentary also sheds much needed light on the nature of marriage and land-tenure

This ground-breaking video on homosexuality in...

16:03

Self determination will reduce the suicides The Stringer

Indigenous Suicide – Self-determination is a protective factor against suicide; so why rescind that from us? Our country which we all form part of, is richly layered with all different walks of life. We all bring with us multitude of experiences because of where we have had to walk and the path laid down to […]

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Friday, 04 March

23:55

Is poor funding of climate and health research by NHMRC political bias? asks @takvera #Auspol No Fibs

Is there a funding bias with the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) when it comes to climate change and health? and particularly extreme heat and population health? Some climate and health researchers say there is a definite bias, over a number of years, against funding health and climate change related research projects. One […]

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Citizen journalist at No Fibs

John Englart has always had a strong social and environmental focus and over the past 10 years climate change science, climate policy and climate protest have become an increasingly important and primary focus of his work as a citizen journalist.

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Wednesday, 02 March

16:39

The Silent Killer: #climatechange and Public Health. @takvera reports on #HeatHealth report launch No Fibs

The Climate Council released it’s new report on climate change and heat health, on the impacts of extreme heat on public health. Nofibs reporter and climate activist John Englart was there at the Melbourne Royal Children’s Hospital to document the occasion. Key findings of the report include that: 1. Climate change is a serious health […]

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John Englart has always had a strong social and environmental focus and over the past 10 years climate change science, climate policy and climate protest have become an increasingly important and primary focus of his work as a citizen journalist.

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Tuesday, 01 March

08:29

March Garden Guides Pip Magazine – Australian Permaculture

Our Garden Guides are now all in the one place! Click the link below to jump to the guide for your climate area for March.

 

March in the tropical garden

by Kathleen Hosking of Solution Focussed

WHAT TO PLANT?

• The wet season hasn’t really started yet so it is best to just plant green manures and greens for the moment.

• You can try a few tomatoes which may grow. The Pink Thai egg tomato and tropic do best in the humid and hot conditions. The most productive plants in my garden are those that grow themselves in their chosen position.

• This time last year I transplanted a sapodilla and it has survived. I used the deep stem planting technique for wind tolerance and protection.

• The mainstays for this time of the year are the perennial greens such as sweet leaf, Kangkong, Okinawa spinach, sweet potato tops.

MAINTAINANCE

• In the hot humid weather of March the mulch breaks down very quickly so keep mulching

• Continue to work on swales and drainage as there could be a lot more rain yet. We have not had a wet season this year, just some heavy rain events then back to high temperatures and high humidity with effective temperatures of 40 deg. C.

• Do not leave any areas exposed as they will cook in the sun. A groundcover of weeds is preferable to bare soil.

WEEDS, PESTS AND DISEASE

• Continue weeding and mulching

• It is fabulous to see the many small birds at work hovering and chasing the bugs.

HARVEST AND PRESERVE

• Harvest taro, cocoyam’s, celery top taro, sweet potatoes and cassava as required.

• The yard long beans are starting to produce a cop so keep harvesting daily to prolong flowering an...

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Friday, 26 February

22:06

So @martycorboynats v @mirabellasophie at #indivotes, how will @Barnaby_Joyce play? @adropex reports No Fibs

The Coalition ‘Cupid Shuffle? What was Warren Truss thinking when at a recent media doorstop he singlehandedly emasculated the National Party in Victoria? For that matter, what was Sophie Mirabella thinking when, during this same media event, she deposited six years of her career in the ”can’t actually deliver” bin? Warren Truss, in the final […]

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Lesley has a keen interest in supporting sound environmental social practice, and works pro bono for Western Chances and ACF as required. She is undertaking a Masters of Science, Applied Statistics.

18:51

LGBTI versus Christians, an unnecessary war: @burgewords comments on #SafeSchools No Fibs

This is not a suffering competition for martyrs, it’s a legislative process taking place in a secular nation. THE Turnbull government has no firm plans for a public vote on marriage equality. We only know it’ll be ‘after the election’, an Abbott three-word slogan for ‘on the never-never’; and that it will be a non-binding, […]

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Michael Burge

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Journalist at No Fibs

Michael is a writer, editor and journalist who lives on the beautiful island of Coochiemudlo. He is passionate about LGBTI equality and emergent forms of online publishing, marketing and access for writers and artists.

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Thursday, 25 February

14:12

Fossil fuel growth centre funded while silence on Mission Innovation global commitment reports @takvera No Fibs

On the opening day of the Paris Climate conference our Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, in a stylish but lacklustre speech with few new initiatives, announced support for the Mission Innovation multi-country program to research, develop and commercialise clean energy systems. “Today Australia joins with many other countries in supporting Mission Innovation which aims to double […]

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John Englart

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Citizen journalist at No Fibs

John Englart has always had a strong social and environmental focus and over the past 10 years climate change science, climate policy and climate protest have become an increasingly important and primary focus of his work as a citizen journalist.

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Sunday, 21 February

15:52

Coal train protest ends 1st week of #Leardblockade action on #coal reports @takvera No Fibs

“Red alert, red alert, keep the coal in the dirt” the protestors chanted at a blockade of coal haul trucks going to Whitehaven’s Tarrawonga coal mine while Whitehaven and Idemitsu bulldozers are lining up to devastate the Leard forest to expand coal mining. Nofibs reporter John Englart reports on the week of action – titled […]

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John Englart

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Citizen journalist at No Fibs

John Englart has always had a strong social and environmental focus and over the past 10 years climate change science, climate policy and climate protest have become an increasingly important and primary focus of his work as a citizen journalist.

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Saturday, 20 February

02:11

Beyond Paris: @takvera reports from #Wonthaggi forum on climate No Fibs

The recent Paris United Nations Conference on Climate Change resulted in a world agreement to attempt to limit global warming to 1.5°C, but is Australia doing enough? Then again, is limiting global warming to 1.5°C feasible? And what must we do to limit global warming both as a nation and individually? I travelled the 150km […]

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John Englart

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Citizen journalist at No Fibs

John Englart has always had a strong social and environmental focus and over the past 10 years climate change science, climate policy and climate protest have become an increasingly important and primary focus of his work as a citizen journalist.

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Friday, 19 February

21:06

Lessons from the Fracking Front Line – How #protectgloucester beat AGL by @coolmccool No Fibs

Earlier this month AGL announced that it was pulling out of the beautiful Gloucester valley in NSW and ceasing its controversial CSG (coal seam gas) operations. Although AGL maintained that it had made the decision on purely economic grounds, local environmentalists claim otherwise. The community involved in the anti-CSG campaign gathered recently in Gloucester to […]

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Jim McCool

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Jim McCool (@coolmccool ) is an IT Consultant and father of three, who has previously contributed to No Fibs on the March in March in Sydney. A keen camper and fisherman, Jim is dismayed by the threat to the Australian landscape from extreme forms of fossil fuel extraction for short term profits.

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Friday, 12 February

20:51

Greens and ALP preselect candidates for #Wills2016 #Ausvotes reports @takvera No Fibs

The 2016 Federal election is warming up in the seat of Wills, in Melbourne’s inner northern suburbs. Preselection and nomination of candidates for the ALP and Greens has taken place. For some background of the seat see the Wills seat Profile I wrote in 2013. [View the story “Greens and ALP preselect candidates for #Wills2016 […]

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John Englart

Citizen journalist at No Fibs

John Englart has always had a strong social and environmental focus and over the past 10 years climate change science, climate policy and climate protest have become an increasingly important and primary focus of his work as a citizen journalist.

Thursday, 11 February

22:42

Young women and @HillaryClinton, what’s it all about? @Gay_Alcorn comments No Fibs

Gloria Steinem and Madeleine Albright’s interventions just before New Hampshire were not just wrong-headed, they were politically disastrous. Oh young Americans, and young women in particular, what have you done? More than 80 per cent of voters under 30 in the New Hampshire Democratic primary voted for an old man who wants a revolution. And women, presented […]

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Gay is the Melbourne editor for Guardian Australia. Politics, books, culture and whatever you want to talk about. She was United States correspondent for Fairfax during the election of George Bush as President.

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