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Tuesday, 15 March

01:00

The Complexity of Blending the Higher Flow with the Lower on the Spiritual Path Wake Up World

15th March 2016 By Open Contributing Writer for Wake Up World Okay, so more and more people are speaking of the importance of aligning with the natural flow in life — to find greater harmony, fulfillment and at-one-ment with the divine. But there’s an added complexity happening in the quantum field which I felt to ...Continue Reading - The Complexity of Blending the Higher Flow with the Lower on the Spiritual Path

01:00

Sleep Problems Come From the Day Not the Night Wake Up World

15th March 2016 By Dawn Walton Guest Writer for Wake Up World Many people struggle with sleep. Some struggle to get to sleep, some wake up multiple times through the night and others donâŹ"t get a very long sleep. Some people have all of these problems. When most people try to address insomnia, they focus ...Continue Reading - Sleep Problems Come From the Day Not the Night

00:01

Message from a Murdered Free Energy Pioneer: Open Letter from Dr. Eugene Mallove new illuminati

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Monday, 14 March

16:55

Colonial Formations: Connections and Collisions conference The Tiger’s Mouth

The Colonial and Settler Studies Network at the University of Wollongong, of which I’m a member, is holding its first conference in November 2016. The call for papers has just gone out, with proposals due 10 June 2016. Details below, or in this PDF call for papers. CALL FOR PAPERS Colonial Formations: Connections and Collisions University …

16:02

Yet another Australian based Neo-Nazi group emerges The Stringer

Where does it stop? Another day in paradise and the emergence of another Australian based Neo-Nazi group. This one is named Battalion 88. I have written before as to why these groups use numbers such as 88 and 14 in their names. Some combine the two and get additional “bang for their buck” by having […]

14:21

First Nations Telegraph: “NEW BOOK CONFIRMS ABORIGINES WERE ALWAYS HERE” Forgotten Origin

NEW BOOK CONFIRMS ABORIGINES WERE ALWAYS HERE

by Steve Strong

It has often been said that humanityâŹ"s history is a fabrication, littered with lies and omissions, but this has never been conclusively proven, until now. What has been recently found in Australia is unequivocal in rewriting convenient versions of ancient history and the genesis of modern humans…….. See more at

http://www.firstnationstelegraph.com/#!opinionnew-book-confirms-aborigines-wer/cc34

 

 

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10:57

Job losses make TPP a major US election issue AFTINET

14 March 2016

 Last week we published an explainer of the US election and what it could mean for the TPP, given that all main presidential candidates are opposed to the deal.

Since then, democrat candidate Hilary Clinton has ramped up her criticism of the deal after her loss of a key primary vote in Michigan was attributed to rival Bernie Sanders' stronger anti-TPP stance.

It has highlighted the fact that the TPP and free trade have become key election issues among voters on both sides of politics in the US.

A recent Politico news story read:

"The rhetoric of the 2016 presidential campaign has effectively weaponized free trade, turning it into a proxy for corporate greed, in Sanders’ critique, or for government incompetence and politicians who put the interests of corporate contributors over those of everyday Americans, in Trump’s.â€

Similarly, the Wall Street JournalÂ...

10:23

Islamic Rape on Europe Corporate Australia

Note: As stated by a representative of the Australian government, Bronwyn Bishop from the 'House of Representatives': 

"The first job of a government is to look after the safety of its people".

Ref: http://corpau.blogspot.com.au/2015/06/what-is-first-job-of-government.html

Therefore if the people government's slaves are hurt in any way as a result of the government's actions (read migration policies / displaced communities, etc), then this a (deliberate?) failure of government.

It's not a 'conspiracy theory' that the Ottoman Empire ruled savagely.

It's not a 'conspiracy theory' that the Greeks suffered under Islamic (Turkish) rule for 400 years.

From the the news.com.au article on 12 Mar 2016 of the headline:


Rapes, sexual assaults by migrants increase dramatically in Germany and Sweden

 
A live map created by a German activist group tracks police reports of alleged rapes (purple) and attacks on children (red) supposedly committed by migrants across the region.

GERMANY, Sweden and other European countries are facing growing public unrest amid a wave of reports of sexual assaults since the Cologne attacks.
New York-based conservative think tank Gatestone Institute has compiled a...

08:46

Trade Min Ciobo wants TPP vote before election AFTINET

14 March 2016

New Australian Trade Minister Steven Ciobo has told The Australian that he wants Parliament to vote on the TPP’s implementing legislation before the next election is held.

Amid speculation about an early election - potentially as early as July 2 - this means that the Government could try to push through a vote in the next couple of months.

As AFTINET has pointed out many times, regardless of their support for the TPP, it would be extremely unwise for the Australian Government to pass it’s implementing legislation given the political turmoil over the agreement in the US.

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PHOTO: Steve Ciobo, attribution Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade website – www.dfat.gov.au

01:06

The Rise of American Authoritarianism — Trump-Style Politics and What it Means for the Future of the America Wake Up World

14th March 2016 By Carolanne Wright Contributing Writer for Wake Up World If youâŹ"re anything like me, youâŹ"re absolutely baffled by the ascent of Donald Trump as the front-runner Republican candidate. ItâŹ"s nothing short of astonishing. While moderate Americans shake their heads in confusion about this state of affairs, or brush it off as some kind of ...Continue Reading - The Rise of American Authoritarianism ⏠Trump-Style Politics and What it Means for the Future of the America

01:03

The Best Anti-Cancer Fruits to Include in Your Diet Wake Up World

14th March 2016 By Dr. Adem Gunes Guest Writer for Wake Up World Fruits offer nutritional gains to the human body in the form of substances such as Vitamin C, phenols, fiber, folic acid, and antioxidants. It is a strongly established fact; plenty of evidence shows the anti-cancer properties of certain compounds in fruits. Specifically, fruits such ...Continue Reading - The Best Anti-Cancer Fruits to Include in Your Diet

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Sunday, 13 March

01:33

Greens launch bid for #Wills2016 reports @takvera #Ausvotes No Fibs

Last weekend I attended the Greens campaign launch in Wills. This electorate is one of a very few around Australia where the battle is now between Labor and the Greens. The Greens have pre-selected a high profile local candidate: Samantha Ratnam is a local Greens Councillor and current Mayor of the City of Moreland. A […]

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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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Thursday, 10 March

01:12

TPP: It's not a done deal. Take action! AFTINET

The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) has been signed and tabled in Parliament - but it's not a done deal yet.

Labor, Greens and independent representatives could still block the deal by voting against its implementing legislation in the Senate.

The easiest thing you can do right now is send a message to your Senators and MP asking them to block the TPP.

It only takes a couple of minutes and could have a big impact.

Want to do more? You can also:

1. Visit your Senator or MP: 
The most powerful thing you can do is visit your Labor or independent Senator or MP. We’ve designed a step-by-step guide to take you through the process.

2. Join AFTINET! 
We're a network of organisations and individuals representing around two million Australians. The stronger our numbers, the greater power we have! Plus, your small annual membership fee will go directly towards supporting our campaigns. Join here

3. Spread the word 
Help raise awareness by liking AFTINET on Facebook, following us on Twitter and sharing our updates. You can also download and distribute our latest leaflet Crunch time in Parliament

4. Find out more
Stay informed! You can read a short summary of the main issues in the TPP...

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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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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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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 Howard

Lesley Howard

Citizen Journalist at No Fibs

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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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.

02:17

Overwintering Capsicum Sustainable Gardening Australia

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One of SGA’s staunch supporters and volunteers, Gianni Montalto, tells us his experience with growing capsicum.

“Over the last few years I have reduced the veggies I grow in garden beds, and instead have been growing more in large pots. Mostly along the east facing back wall of the house.

“The main reasons for the gradual move include:

  • The fruit trees in the garden have grown up, don’t let much light through and they drink up practically all the water and any fertiliser I apply, before annual summer veggies can get a foothold. This has become even more of an issue with the earlier and hotter starts to summer in the last few years. Winter growing crops like broccoli that can get established before Spring turns to summer, do fine under the deciduous fruit trees or in the exposed beds, but I then mulch and rest that ground over summer.
  • Easier access – The pots are close to the back door and rainwater tanks for quick picking and watering.
  • More favourable light conditions at the east facing wall – they get full morning sun until the middle of the day and then shade in the hotter afternoon, but still mostly open to the sky. The plants may wilt on really hot windy mornings, but recover in the shady afternoons.
  • Better control of water – the pots sit in large dishes to catch runoff, which the plants wick up during the day.

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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 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 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 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 (@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.

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 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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