Congratulations to the Melbourne Pride March organisers for moving beyond party themes, choosing the more political “Peace through Pride.” Adopted by InterPride, the international body for Pride March organisations, this theme is a reminder that queers don’t exist in a bubble. Jerusalem’s first Pride march last year rallied for “Love without Borders.” In an inspiring… Read more »
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Bush’s “War on Terrorism” has the sickening stench of racism — as wars for profit always do. In the previous world war, Uncle Sam saved “Western Civilisation” from “Asian hordes.” Today, he’s going after “Islamic terrorists” from the Middle East and Asia. According to Fred Nile, Christian fundamentalist Member of Parliament in New South Wales,… Read more »
In 1992, Indigenous Nations celebrated the Mabo Judgement, which finally recognised, partially, their traditional ownership of their country. Since then, both major parties have stacked the High Court with judges hostile to civil rights in general and Indigenous rights in particular. On December 12, a five-to-two majority effectively annulled Mabo — part of a ruling… Read more »
Of the 36,524 days of the twentieth century, not one was free of war. It’s impossible to know if actual fighting occurred every day, but somewhere on the planet armed militias faced each other in trenches, bunkers, warships or warplanes, ready to shoot on command. Some, such as the armed blockade of Cuba, the destruction… Read more »
Activist and mother Mora Villalpando is targeted because of her outspoken advocacy for undocumented immigrants.
The Alliance of Middle Eastern Socialists calls on progressives throughout the world to support the protests.
Activists and juries are pushing back against the government assault on our rights.
Readers respond to … The meeting of the Committee for International Revolutionary Regroupment; anti-Nazi fightback; tribute to Frank Little; and more.
Australians too have experience with this neo-fascist hustler from Britain.
The news is welcome, but dozens still face prison sentences. From The Intercept.