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So in the Cimitière Montmartre I found one of my heroes. Émile Zola That is to say, I found the memorial. He is interred at the Panthéon. Why a hero? Amongst his many writings Emile Zola wrote this, which is as relevant today in our political discourse and climate as it was almost [...]
Posted: 14 June, 2012 in Aussie Citizenship, Australian Politics, Australian Values, Culture, History, Iraq, legal, Literature, politics and government, Racism, values.
Tags: Abbott, Alan Jones, Andrew Bolt, asylum seekers, Australian cultural values, Australian political values, Australian Values, boat people, climate change, crime, Culture, Dreyfus, Dreyfus Case, droits d l'homme, egalite, Emile Zola, France, fraternite, fraternity, global warming, government, History, Hockey, honesty, Howard, human rights, injustice, Iraq, j'accuse, justice, l;iberty equality, law, legal, legal values, Liberal, liberte, Literature, Media, military, miscarriage, montmartre, paris, political values, politics, press, public opinion, Rights of Man, truth, Zola
Astroturfing is a form of advocacy in support of a political, organizational, or corporate agenda, designed to give the appearance of a “grassroots” movement. The goal of such campaigns is to disguise the efforts of a political and/or commercial entity as an independent public reaction to some political entity—a politician, political group, product, service or [...]
Posted: 3 October, 2011 in Australian Politics, Australian Values, comedy/humour, Economics, Education, environment, legal, Life, politics and government, Science, values.
Tags: Alan Jones, ARL, astroturf, Astroturfing, Ch 9, Channel 9, Channel Nine, climate, climate change, concerned citizens, corporate, corporate agenda, corporation, denial, denial organizations, Economics, family, family breakdown, gambling, gambling addiction, Peter Fitzsimons, Phil Gould, poker machines, pokies, political agenda, politics, Rabbit Warren, Ray Warren, Rugby League, Science
One of the things that so disappoints me about the election result is that I am the standard bearer for values and ideals which matter,” babbled Mr Abbott
Posted: 19 October, 2010 in Australian Politics, Australian Values, Blogging, Culture, politics and government, values.
Tags: Alan Jones, Australian political values, Australian Politics, Australian Values, Blogging, coalition, election, ideals, Internet, Liberal Party, politics, values, Values Australia, valuesaustralia, valuesaustralia.com
Watching the bible-bashing Liberal MP David Clarke ranting on Stateline why was one reminded of right-wing shill Alan Jones and flatulent royalist David Flint
Posted: 4 September, 2010 in Art, Australian Politics, Australian Values, Culture, Life, politics and government, Religion, Sex, values, Video.
Tags: abomination, adoption, Alan Jones, Art, art exhibition, Australian political values, Australian Politics, Australian religious values, Australian Values, bible, body, breasts, Cardinal Pell, charity, Christian Democrats, christianity, Connie Fierravanti-Wells, David Clarke, David Flint, demon, demons, Eric Abetz, Festival of Light, Fred Nile, gatecrash, generosity, George Pell, Helen Coonan, homosexual, homosexuality, human body, Joseph Campbell, Kevin Andrews, lesbian, Liberal, Life, life force, liverpool council, loathing, marriage, masochism, mortification, Nick Minchin, NSW, NSW Parliament, nude bathing, nudity, Opus Dei, politics, pornography, Psalm 2, psalms, Religion, religious values, road rage, same sex, Sex, Stateline, Ted Haggard, temper tantrum, theocracy, Tony Abbott, un-christian, values, zealot
The trouble with the world is that the stupid are cocksure and the intelligent are full of doubt. Take the test!
Posted: 4 February, 2010 in Australian Values, Blogging, politics and government, values.
Tags: Alan Jones, Barnaby Joyce, climate change, George Pell, george pell, alan jones, global warming, Tony Abbot
So what’s next? A series of essays by Sarah Palin about the Large Hadron Collider and the mysteries of dark matter? An MIT lecture series by Rush Limbaugh regarding the thermodynamics of black holes?
Posted: 20 December, 2009 in Australian Politics, Australian Values, environment, politics and government, Religion, Science, US Politics, values.
Tags: Alan Jones, Beck, belief, climate change, cynic, denial, denier, environment, faith, fundamentalism, fundamentalist, global warming, Limbaugh, Palin, politics, pro-life, Religion, sceptic, Science, shock jock, skeptic, Tony Abbott