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Newborn baby found trapped in sewer pipe in China, Liveleak

Sewer baby somehow survives, Chinese fathers not accountable

This video is heartbreaking. I don’t have a transcript of the entire thing but later in the video one of the rescuers can be heard saying “Be careful, be careful! That’s enough, do not saw anymore, use pliers!” In the middle of the afternoon in Pujiang County, Zhejiang Jiangnan in China, a tenant of an […]

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Offshore processing is not working – end it now.

Already as reported on the ABC, the Christmas Island detention centre is beyond capacity, with 2200/2000 people housed after 63 asylum seekers arrived late Tuesday. New arrivals are now being housed in tents or marquees. “That represents basically the end of any sort of orderly immigration system.” Why don’t the asylum seekers go to China, […]

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Live Leak Syrian Cuts Heart Out Eats Heart Rebel Syria

Fuck Both Sides of Syria

As reported this week by The Huffington Post, Gruesome footage of a Syrian rebel commander cutting the heart out of a soldier and biting into it has emerged online. According to Human Rights Watch, the clip shows Abu Sakkar, a founder of the rebel Omar al-Farouq Brigade carrying out the bloody act. He says: “I […]

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Would YOU Kill An Orangutan? Say NO to Palm Oil.

[Note: images in this article are disturbing]   Are you guilty? I’m definitely an animal lover, but not an extreme animal activist: I am not vegan, nor vegetarian (aside from a brief dalliance as a child after watching ‘Babe’, proudly, for around a year and a half)  as I love meat too much (and yes, I confess […]

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Aww, those poor rapists, CNN.

Victim Blaming: Convicted rapist? Don’t worry, CNN will show you sympathy.

Some of you may have been following this story, but either way, it’s interesting that CNN have chosen to focus their coverage on “the promising lives of two “star” football player boys”  whose lives have been utterly ruined by a shocking verdict, instead of reporting on the relief or justice applied to the victim at the […]

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