Friday, 21 January , 2022


Νο serious reaction to Trump’s threat of Nuclear War.

'Not helpful,' Donald: World reaction to Trump's 'fire and fury' comments New Zealand's premier admonished him for remarks "not helpful" in a "very tense" environment. Australia's prime minister...

Pro-Israel advocates in Australia targeted three journalists, new book claims

Pro-Israel advocacy groups in Australia targeted the Middle East correspondent of the Australian newspaper and two ABC reporters, a new book claims. John Lyons says...

Dutton’s powers unchecked and unjust, former Liberal immigration minister says

Ian Macphee calls for Peter Dutton’s powers to be reined in and for bills to expand them further to be stopped Helen Davidson Wednesday 3 May...

Nick Xenophon on the consequences of a war with China

Powerful crossbench senator Nick Xenophon has warned China could sink an Australian naval ship to send a message to the United States if tensions...

Trump-Calligula threatening Korea

Tense standoff continues on Korean peninsula By Peter Symonds The confrontation on the Korean Peninsula is continuing as the US threatens military action against North...

RCEP: International think tanks warn of devastating consequences

This week (December 2-10) [1] the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) is being negotiated in Jakarta, Indonesia. If signed, RCEP would grant corporations the exclusive right to bypass domestic legal systems and sue governments at international tribunals whenever they feel government regulation can limit their profits [2].

The Coming War on China

I have spent two years making a documentary film, The Coming War on China, in which the evidence and witnesses warn that nuclear war is no longer a shadow, but a contingency. The greatest build-up of American-led military forces since the Second World War is well under way. They are in the northern hemisphere, on the western borders of Russia, and in Asia and the Pacific, confronting China.

Tens of thousands protest against India cash ban

India still reeling from shock decision three weeks ago to pull 86 percent of the currency from circulation overnight. Tens of thousands of people joined...

Australia in the anti-China campaign

The whipping up of a scandal last week against Labor Senator Sam Dastyari for accepting $1,670 from a Chinese company is escalating into a general witchhunt against any politician, business figure or organisation that questions a militarist policy toward Beijing. Dastyari has been branded a “Manchurian candidate.” Across the media, allegations are being made that

Nick Xenophon says PM must listen to voter disquiet over globalisation

ick Xenophon says the Turnbull government is fundamentally misguided if it believes a concerted public advocacy effort can turn around a broad-based electoral backlash against globalisation and free trade.