FANG of the Apocalypse (part 1)

By Dr John Töns  We can celebrate the defeat of the Four Horsemen…

Nigel Farage’s Grand Tour of Sabotage: The PayPal…

He is all about being the romantic saboteur. He is destructive, hates…

Danger UXB

By Grumpy Geezer  The ticking bomb that is the L/NPNow that we're safe…

A cast of characters: The Monarchy (part 9)

By Dr George Venturini  It appeared that Britons were being caught in a…

Dutton's naked power grab

"Our nation faces a slow decline if it takes no action on…

The Fragility of Democracy: Hong Kong, China and…

It has been a history of turns and the occasional betrayal, but…

The falsity of fake news

By Henry Johnston  Difficult to pin down when this narrative actually began, but…

Fields of Deceit

“For the farmer sows his fieldsOf barley, oats or wheat.While the lawyer…

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Danger UXB

The AIM Network

By Grumpy Geezer  The ticking bomb that is the L/NPNow that we're safe from Labor's retiree and death tax grab, their planned theft of our hard-earned franking credits, their promotion of gender-fluid lifestyles in our kindergartens, their confiscation of our utes and their freeing of hoards of Muzzy murderers and rapists…

Fear of change

The AIM Network

By RosemaryJ36  It is no surprise that it is young people who are pushing for their elders to take effective action on the climate emergency. Not only will they suffer more from our failure to act, but they accept change as a fact of life! There could be no clearer proof…

Lack of Funds amounts to Systemic Elder Abuse - but…

Dr Tristan Ewins

In a reflection in Saturday’s Age (11/5) Merle Mitchell explained that institutionalization in aged care left her without a home. Institutionalized care can mean a loss of social networks and community. In her opinion, there was the feeling that death would be a better resolution for everyone. Fortunately, though, she…

Drilling The Great Barrier Reef For Oil...

Rossleigh

One of my pet hates is people who respond to the headline and don't actually read what I've written. Yes,…

FANG of the Apocalypse (part 1)

The AIM Network

By Dr John Töns  We can celebrate the defeat of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. We can claim that even…

News and Politics

Dutton's naked power grab

David Tyler

"Our nation faces a slow decline if it takes no action on its major economic, social and environmental challenges."Unless we…

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The falsity of fake news

The AIM Network

By Henry Johnston  Difficult to pin down when this narrative actually began, but for argument’s sake I’ll posit its start with…

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Another three years of Slow Decline

Kaye Lee

The CSIRO has released a study titled Australian National Outlook, comparing two versions of the nation in 2060.It signals Australia…

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They've got a mandate

The AIM Network

By 2353NM  You’ve probably heard politicians and commentators suggest that various acts should be undertaken because ‘they’ve got a mandate’. One…

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Matters of Water: Dubious Approvals and the Adani Carmichael Mine

Dr Binoy Kampmark

“When a company wields such power that it can cause a Minister to rush an approval process, cut corners and…

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Habits are hard to break. Just ask Scott.

John Lord

So what did you think would happen when you voted to give another term to a government that had arguably…

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Environment

WW3

The AIM Network

By RosemaryJ36World War III is the elephant in the room – Mankind against Nature.And make no mistake – Nature will…

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Are Anti-Adani Protesters Who We're Told They Are?

The AIM Network

By Shane PrimroseThe people who step-up to stop Adani with the group Frontline Action on Coal (FLAC) often find themselves…

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Not leader’s credentials but policies they support which are of…

The AIM Network

By RosemaryJ36If you were a teenager and you were asked “Should you or your parents decide what time you should…

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Social Justice

Adding to suffering: reducing food

The AIM Network

By Shamindan Kanapathi  On Manus Island there are three camps that are run by PNG immigration and Australian Border Force. East…

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What a good boy am I? So what’s the go…

The AIM Network

The case of Hakeem Al-Araibi vs Behrouz Boochani and countless genuine refugees (assessed by UNHCR) in Australian offshore detention on…

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Seventy Years of Aspiration: Rights Charters and the Universal Declaration…

Dr Binoy Kampmark

It was a gathering of activists masquerading as deep thinkers. Ostensibly, it was to celebrate seven decades of the Universal Declaration…

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AIM Extra

FANG of the Apocalypse (part 1)

The AIM Network

By Dr John Töns  We can celebrate the defeat of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. We can claim that even…

Read more

Nigel Farage’s Grand Tour of Sabotage: The PayPal of the…

Dr Binoy Kampmark

He is all about being the romantic saboteur. He is destructive, hates the business of a steady vocation, and the…

Read more

A cast of characters: The Monarchy (part 9)

The AIM Network

By Dr George Venturini  It appeared that Britons were being caught in a ‘perfect storm’ of rising living costs and falling…

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The Fragility of Democracy: Hong Kong, China and the Extradition…

Dr Binoy Kampmark

It has been a history of turns and the occasional betrayal, but Hong Kong’s experiment with democracy, incubated within the…

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Fields of Deceit

Joseph Carli

“For the farmer sows his fieldsOf barley, oats or wheat.While the lawyer reaps fortuneFrom fields of deceit.”Brian Pascoe leaned forward…

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From the hand to the mind

Joseph Carli

Dalla mano alla mente ... (From the hand to the mind).The trade-guild artists.Manifesto ...Having come to the conclusion that middle-class…

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Your Say

The Election was a Seinfeld Experience

The AIM Network

By Maria Millers  Pondering on the results of our recent election it suddenly struck me that we had experienced a Seinfeld…

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Prepare for war

The AIM Network

By RosemaryJ36  Once (when?) our government acknowledges the existence of the climate emergency which is currently affecting our planet, we shall…

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Donald Trump and the tweet that stopped the world

Michael Taylor

Some events, catastrophic or otherwise, have been known to stop the world. They are events that captured the eyes and…

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