Archive | January, 2012

Indigenous Australia should be angry

Indigenous Australians have a lot to be angry about, much more than Tony Abbott’s ill timed call for indigenous Australia to ‘move on’ from the idea of the tent embassy.

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Fair Dinkum.

It is a touchy subject and more or less the ongoing social and political battle that Australia has come to recognise – the age of Multiculturalism – and has racial divides cementing themselves between the White Australian stereotype, and the the many races that stand outside of it. Welcome to Australia, 2012. Last January, I […]

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Feminism: A Tale Full of Sound and Fury

Feminism is an intellectual fraud that needs to be challenged and laughed out of academia.  For anyone who has spent a few minutes thinking deeply about any feminist issue, one finds that reality is a lot more complicated than what feminists make it out to be.  For example, during the Rwandan genocide it was noted […]

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Breaking Grid Addiction: Smartphone users resort to dying natural luxury

The rise of the smartphone has seen people constantly attached to their devices in ways history has never before seen. The mid-term effects on human beings are only starting to be observed. An interesting observation is that a steady increase in accommodation check-ins is turning into a worldwide boom — for remote resorts where smartphones are out […]

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Women asked to sign “not a prostitute” statement upon check-in to motels

Women booking into some motels in North Queensland, Australia, are being asked to sign statements promising they won’t be “offering good and services for sale” from their room. This is despite the fact that prostitution is legal across the state as a sole operator working in private. Kelly Davidson, a motel operator on Mackay‘s busy […]

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