Posts in: International

Racist Immigration Laws Resurrect White Australia Policy

Summer/Autumn 2000

Chasing votes. Enraging the remnants of One Nation, the Howard Government has pinched its immigration policy by enacting the Border Protection Act. This cruel law permits officials to board refugee boats and threaten the occupants. Refugees who are in danger of death will be limited to three-year temporary residency visas, if they’ve “arrived illegally.” The… Read more »

Visiting Queer Historian to pay tribute to Native American Women Leaders

Summer/Autumn 2000

U.S gay activist and award winning author, Will Roscoe, is to visit Australia in early 2000. On February 19, he will speak at a special Melbourne event hosted by the Freedom Socialist Party and Radical Women. The Way We Were, The Way We Can Be will feature the slide show, Woman Warrior/Woman Chief: The Two-Spirit… Read more »

Your Say – Summer/Autumn 2000

Summer/Autumn 2000

Global Sisters owed an apology I have just finished reading your article “Defend Indigenous Sovereignty without conditions! Global sisters debate Makah whale hunt” (FSB # 21). I found many points within the article inappropriate and a distorted interpretation of material posted to Global Sisterhood Network (GSN). From your heading, you infer that considerable argument concerning… Read more »

History catches up with Pinochet

Summer/Autumn 1999

Justice postponed is justice denied, according to a familiar adage. Certainly the current legal battle over the extradition of former Chilean dictator General Augusto Pinochet Ugarte will not begin to make amends for those who died, or were forced to flee, his brutal regime. However, this does not mean that this bloody ex-puppet of the… Read more »

Jabiluka Must Not Proceed!

Summer/Autumn 1999

The international spotlight is on Australia. The Howard government is hell-bent on allowing construction of the Jabiluka uranium mine at the Kakadu National Park. The United Nations World Heritage Committee has threatened to place Kakadu on the “World Heritage in danger list.” It has given the Howard government until April 15 to prove scientifically that… Read more »

Stop the War Against Iraq!

Summer/Autumn 1999

U.S. President Bill Clinton and British Prime Minister Tony Blair have again bombed Bagdad. They justified their 70 hours of terror by claiming that Iraq alone had used weapons of mass destruction and will use them in the future. What blatant lies! The U.S. dropped weapons of mass destruction on inhabited cites in 1945, when… Read more »