Archive for the tag "morals"
John Howard is against a Bill of Rights and that’s enough for us. The little shit has always been so wrong that anything he is against is certain to be right
Posted: 27 August, 2009 in Aussie Citizenship, Australian Politics, Australian Values, Guantanamo/Hicks, History, politics and government, US Politics.
Tags: accountability, american politics, Amnesty, Amnesty International, Animal Farm, Australian Constitution, Australian Values, Bill of Rights, Cabinet, Droits de l'Homme, Edward II, Enlightenment, ethics, France, French politics, French Revolution, George Orwell, government, Great Charter, Guantanamo, habeas corpus, Howard, human rights, Jenny Leong, John Howard, judges, King Edward, law, legal, legal black hole, legal system, legal values, liberty, magistrate, Magna Carta, martial law, military commissions, moral values, morals, oligarchy, oppression, parliament, Petition of Right, Philip Ruddock, political values, politics, principles, Privy Council, property, Rights of Man, Ruddock, ruling elite, secret, security, statute, terrorism law, Thomas Coke, Thomas Paine, unitary Executive, values, War of Independence
Peter Garrett’s political career – then: cardboard cutout; now: blancmange
Posted: 26 August, 2009 in Australian Politics, Australian Values, Economics, environment, politics and government, Science.
Tags: Australian economy, Australian Politics, Australian Values, Barrow Island, China, climate, climate change, economic values, Economics, economy, environment, Environment Minister, environmental values, ethics, Garrett, global warming, Gunns, morality, morals, Peter Garrett, political values, politics, principle, principles, Science, standards, Tasmania, uranium, values
From Onion News Network: New Shampoo For Masturbating Boyfriend In Shower, White House Reveals Obama Is Bipolar, Advocacy Group Decries PETA’s Inhumane Treatment Of Women
Posted: 20 August, 2009 in Australian Values.
Tags: american political values, american politics, animal cruelty, animal issues, animal rights, animal values, Biden, bipolar, boyfriend, comedy, cruelty, depressive, ethics, feminism, girlfriend, hair care, hair products, haircare, Head & Shoulders, humor, humour, Joe Biden, manic, manic depression, manic depressive, masturbate, masturbating boyfriend, masturbation, Media, mental disease, mental health, mistreatment, morals, news, Obama, onanism, Onion News, Onion News Network, ONN, pantene, PETA, political values, president, principles, Procter and Gamble, product, satire, Sex, sex games, sexual pleasure, sexual values, shampoo, shampoo for masturbating, shower, values, Video, women's issues, women's rights, womens values
What would it be like if Google moved into your house? The shock horror truth is…he already has!
Posted: 15 August, 2009 in comedy/humour, Internet, Video.
Tags: comedy, customer service, ethics, google roommate, help, humor, humour, morals, oogle, privacy, privacy values, search, search engine, SEO, values
Matt Taibbi, author of the now famous Rolling Stone article on Goldman Sachs (the “giant vampire squid wrapped around the face of humanity relentlessly jamming its blood funnel into anything that smells like money”) has followed up with a commentary on Goldman Sachs’ recently-announced $3.44 billion profit. Goldman has also followed up their bailout by earmarking $11.4 billion for employee bonuses.
Posted: 17 July, 2009 in Economics, politics and government, US Politics.
Tags: AIG, bailout, Economics, economy, etchical, ethics, Global Financial Crisis. GFC, Goldman Sachs, government, greed, immorality, Lehman, morals, politics, principles, profit, TARP, unethical, values, vampire squid
The first thing you need to know about Goldman Sachs is that it’s everywhere. The world’s most powerful investment bank is a great vampire squid wrapped around the face of humanity, relentlessly jamming its blood funnel into anything that smells like money
Posted: 15 July, 2009 in Australian Politics, Economics, History, politics and government, US Politics.
Tags: alien, australia, bailout, bubble, compound interest, conspiracy, conspiracy theory, democracy, economic crisis, Economics, ethics, gec, global economic crisis, Goldman Sachs, goldman sachs australia, government, great recession, greed, Malcolm Turnbull, morals, politics, principles, Rolling Stone, treasury, Turnbull, value, values, vampire squid, world domination
If you didn’t see it yet, suck in your breath and be strong and watch this week’s Four Corners on repeat or on iView. It is a Channel 4 Discovery program called “Saving Africa’s Witch Children”. It is hard to take. Christian pastors in Akwa Ibom state in Nigeria, of the ultra-loony Pentecostalist variety, are [...]
Posted: 22 June, 2009 in Australian Values, Culture, Iraq, Religion.
Tags: 9/11, Akwa Ibom, atheism, Australian Values, Channel 4, child abuse, Child Rights and Rehabilitation Network, christianity, CRARN, decency, demon, devil, Discovery, End of the Wicked, ethics, evangelical christianity, evangelist, Four Corners, Gary Foxcroft, Gaza, hell, humanism, humanity, inhumanity, Inquisition, Iraq, iView, Liberty Films, morality, morals, Nigeria, Okpabio, pentecostal, Peter Cundall, priest, principles, prophet, Religion, religious values, Russell, Salem, Saving Africa's Witch Children, Stepping Stones Nigeria, Ukpabio, Voltaire, Wilde, Witchcraft, Zola
We certainly think that the “subservience to authority, the belief that ‘important people… blokes in an official capacity’ deserve a little bit of respect’ ” is more alive and more hearty than ever and that this is probably the most dangerous characteristic of middle Australian culture for a healthy democracy.
Posted: 13 June, 2009 in Australian Politics, Australian Values, Life, Media, politics and government, Racism.
Tags: a kick in the crutch and a cold frankfurt, Alex Buzo, Australian drama, Australian Values, authority, Buzo, censorship, Culture, democracy, drama, ethics, Leagues Clubs, morality, morals, Norm and Ahmed, obscenity, politics, principles, R.S.L., Racism, rights, standards, theater, theatre, values
“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.
Tags: Australian Politics, Australian Values, Beijing, Bungendore, Cambridge, China, civil society, democracy, democratic, democratic ideals, democratic values, ethics, George Bush, Gleebooks, global politics, Goddess of Democracy, government, Greece, John Keane, Mesopotamia, morals, politics, principles, Sir Roger, Sir Roger Migently, Syria, The Life and Death of Democracy, Thomas Paine, Tiananmen Square, Tom Paine, values, Values Australia, Westminster
why has it taken Rudd so very long to appoint Faulkner?
Posted: 5 June, 2009 in Australian Politics, Australian Values.
Tags: Add new tag, Australian Politics, Australian Values, Defence, Defense, ethics, Field Marshal, greasy pole, Joel Fitzgibbon, John Faulkner, Minister of Defence, minister sacked, morals, political values, politics, principles, standards, value, values
1. the suggestion was to use waterboarding; 2. it came from the Vice President’s office; 3. the purpose was to find a link between al-Qaeda and Iraq.
Posted: 19 May, 2009 in Australian Values.
Tags: al Qaida, al Qaida and Iraq, American values, Atta, Australian governmen, Australian political values, Australian Politics, Bush, Cheney, Darth Vader, Duelfer, ethics, evil, false evidence, government, Iraq, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, Maddow, morals, MSNBC, politics, principles, SERE, terror, torture, values, Vice President, war, waterboarding, Weapons of Mass Destruction, Windrem, WMD
Keelty in our view was a bad man, morally weak, a disastrous Commissioner who willingly ran over the basics of human rights and legal traditions like habeas corpus in order to pursue a flawed and misguided agenda.
Posted: 10 May, 2009 in Aussie Citizenship, Australian Politics, Australian Values, Culture, Life, politics and government.
Tags: Australian cultural values, Australian Federal Police, Australian legal values, Australian police values, cultural values, ethics, legal values, morals, principles, standards, values