Archive for the tag "Sir Roger Migently"
Sir Roger Migently, as you must surely realise, has been quite unwell. He has been managed like an unlucky skier in an induced coma these many months since September 2013, when the floor of the Migently Mansions entertainment complex collapsed beneath him and he landed heavily on his Conservatory, hitting his head repeatedly against the wall. […]
Posted: 27 March, 2014 in Aussie Citizenship, Australian Politics, Australian Values, Culture, History, Life, Medicine, politics and government, 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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