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…pluck it out, and cast it from thee. – Mark 9, 47 You know … everyone knows … Rupert Murdoch is an evil genius. And this latest move is certainly worthy of his deep-seated amorality. If Murdoch believes in anything he believes in two things: nothing and money. His latest move is pure evil [...]
Posted: 9 July, 2011 in Aussie Citizenship, Australian Politics, Australian Values, Computing, Culture, Economics, Education, Media, politics and government, Religion, Technology, US Politics, values.
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“What happens within China and the behaviour of China on a global scale will co-determine the fate of democracy.”
Clearly it is in all of our best interests to encourage China towards a form of democracy that coincides as best it can with what we understand to be the basic values of democracy.
Posted: 9 June, 2009 in Aussie Citizenship, Australian Politics, Australian Values, China and Tibet, Culture, History, Iraq, Life, politics and government, Video.
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