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The similarity between British PM, David Cameron’s, statement on government transparency and Wikileaks’ current activity is delightful but he doesn’t get it.
Posted: 11 December, 2010 in Australian Politics, Australian Values, Computing, Culture, Economics, History, Internet, legal, Life, politics and government, Technology, values.
Tags: Act of Settlement, Australian political values, Australian Values, Britain, British political values, British Prime Minister, bureaucrats, cameron, Charles I, citizenship, constitutional monarchy, Cromwell, data, data transparency, David Cameron, democracy, dictatorship, double-dipping, English civil war, Enlightenment, female suffrage, Freedom of Information, Glorious Revolution, government, indigenous, indigenous Australians, information, Internet, Johnny Walker Blue, masters, monarchy, podcast, political values, politics, privacy, Roundheads, secrecy, servants, suffrage, taxation, taxes, transparency, transparent government, tyranny, UK, universal suffrage, values
With the recent burst of enthusiasm in Canberra the lesson to be learnt from it all is Don’t Let Unionists and the NSW Right Drink the Red Cordial.
Posted: 25 June, 2010 in Australian Politics, Australian Values, environment, History, politics and government, values.
Tags: Abbott, aboriginal, aborigine, Apology, asylum seeker, australia, Australian Politics, Australian Values, Costello, Downer, Gillard, Howard, indigenous, Julia Gillard, Keelty, Kevin Rudd, Labor, Labor Party, leadership, mining, PM, political values, politics, Prime Minister, red cordial, refugee, Rudd, Ruddock, stolen generation, the red cordial, Tony Abbot, Work Choices