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Friday, 22 June

00:16

Liberals continue to behave badly in 2018 - Part Four "IndyWatch Feed Politics.au"


FIGHTING


Police said they were called to Naji's Charcoal Chicken & Kebabs eatery on Firth Street in Arncliffe just after seven o'clock on Monday night, following reports of a "brawl". The roast chook shop is owned by Michael Nagi, a Liberal councillor for Bayside Council.

The meeting is understood to have turned ugly after an attempt by the moderate faction, which includes Nagi, to allow into the Bayside branch a nearby area, Earlwood, which is controlled by the moderates and has never been a part of the Bayside branch.

This would have constituted what those on the right of the party would class as a "hostile takeover" of their factional control, but a resolution was never reached because the disagreement turned violent.

Police said a man believed to be aged in his forties was taken to St George Hospital and treated for minor injuries....

00:15

After watching this video the next two years of US domestic and international politics will hardly surprise "IndyWatch Feed Politics.au"



Thursday, 21 June

23:44

The Australian Deep State "IndyWatch Feed Politics.au"

An article in the AFR today, with Gareth Evans, the day-before-yesterdays man and then some, writing on How we should manage Donald Trumps meltdown world. But what he most clearly gets across is what a breath of fresh air PDT is and why you cannot trust the ALP. This is how he starts:

The assumptions that have sustained and underpinned Australian security and economic policy for decades are in meltdown.

Oh dear, please tell us more.

The post-Second World War global order an open, rules-based system underpinned by a robust network of security alliances, and by effective multilateral institutions in which rules could be agreed and norms reinforced is the only one we have known in our modern history. Its maintenance has depended more than anything else on American belief in the liberal norms laid out in the San Francisco peace treaty and the Bretton Woods organisations.

You mean the peace treaty that ended World War II in 1945? You mean the Bretton Woods agreement that was signed in 1944? Breaking down are they? How about a bit of clarity over just which issues are so important and at risk. Its about Donald Trump, of course. And what is he doing now, you might ask?

He is walking away from painfully negotiated international agreements above all the Iran nuclear deal and the Paris climate accords in a way that has left Americas word in doubt and its soft power in tatters.

Doesnt seem such a worry to me, but lets continue. What about Korea, for example; that went from flaming volcano to the most quiescent period in our relations with the communist north in seventy years?

Even when this President does the right thing as with the circuit breaking Singapore summit with Kim Jong-Un it is manifestly with such superficial understanding of the issues, indifference to process, and fragility of temperament that it is hard for anyone to be confident that the ultimate outcome, which will necessarily involve protracted multilateral diplomacy will be triumph or disaster.

Yes, all his predecessors built such a solid foundation before PDT got there which gave no one any confidence at all, but which apparently, in Gareths view, the current President has now put that nuclear house of cards in tremendous jeopardy. Could be, but this is mere assertion from someone who thinks process is what matters and not results.

And with that same President involved in a global power display of American might in every part of...

22:56

Hong Kong's Paradoxical "Independence" Movement "IndyWatch Feed Asia"

June 21, 2018 (Tony Cartalucci - NEO) - Prominent Hong Kong opposition leader Edward Leung was sentenced to 6 years in prison for assaulting police and his role in leading riots in 2016.


The Guardian in its article "Hong Kong jails independence leader Edward Leung for six years," would report:
Hong Kongs leading independence activist has been jailed for six years for his involvement in some of the citys worst protest violence for decades.

Edward Leung was convicted in May of rioting over the 2016 running battles with police, when demonstrators hurled bricks torn up from pavements and set rubbish alight in the commercial district of Mong Kok.
Western pundits decried the jail sentence as the breakdown of the "rule of law" in Hong Kong. Yet the riots were violent and destructive, and most certainly against the law. For Hong Kong not to jail Leung for his role in criminal activity would constitute an actual breakdown of the rule of law.

Edward Leung had been serving as spokesman and by-election candidate for the Hong Kong Indigenous political group. The group seeks the unrealistic goal of stopping influence from mainland China as part of a wider Western-sponsored political movement to maintain Hong Kong as a pressure point vis-a-vis Beijing.

The movement also attempts to hold Beijing to the parting demands made by British occupiers in 1997 including the "One Country, Two Systems" principle which serves as the legal framework Western-sponsored agitators use to justify their activities and notions of "independence."

Hong Kong "Independence" = Dependence on Washington  

And while the Hong Kong "independence movement" claims to represent the "indigenous" people of Hong Kong and its autonomy - it is in reality a creation of Washington and in no way represents the people of Hong Kong or the concept of "independence" in any way.

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22:56

Hong Kong's Paradoxical "Independence" Movement "IndyWatch Feed Asia"

June 21, 2018 (Tony Cartalucci - NEO) - Prominent Hong Kong opposition leader Edward Leung was sentenced to 6 years in prison for assaulting police and his role in leading riots in 2016.


The Guardian in its article "Hong Kong jails independence leader Edward Leung for six years," would report:
Hong Kongs leading independence activist has been jailed for six years for his involvement in some of the citys worst protest violence for decades.

Edward Leung was convicted in May of rioting over the 2016 running battles with police, when demonstrators hurled bricks torn up from pavements and set rubbish alight in the commercial district of Mong Kok.
Western pundits decried the jail sentence as the breakdown of the "rule of law" in Hong Kong. Yet the riots were violent and destructive, and most certainly against the law. For Hong Kong not to jail Leung for his role in criminal activity would constitute an actual breakdown of the rule of law.

Edward Leung had been serving as spokesman and by-election candidate for the Hong Kong Indigenous political group. The group seeks the unrealistic goal of stopping influence from mainland China as part of a wider Western-sponsored political movement to maintain Hong Kong as a pressure point vis-a-vis Beijing.

The movement also attempts to hold Beijing to the parting demands made by British occupiers in 1997 including the "One Country, Two Systems" principle which serves as the legal framework Western-sponsored agitators use to justify their activities and notions of "independence."

Hong Kong "Independence" = Dependence on Washington  

And while the Hong Kong "independence movement" claims to represent the "indigenous" people of Hong Kong and its autonomy - it is in reality a creation of Washington and in no way represents the people of Hong Kong or the concept of "independence" in any way.

...

22:51

What Is Donald Trumps Position? "IndyWatch Feed Asia"

Elected for his promises to change the paradigm, President Trump continues to astonish all those who take him for an idiot. Yet all he is doing is implementing the ideas that he developed during his electoral campaign, thus taking his place in a political tradition which, although long neglected, is solidly anchored in US history. Leaving aside the Presidents public relations communications, Thierry Meyssan analyses his acts as compared with his engagements.

The post What Is Donald Trumps Position? appeared first on OrientalReview.org.

22:36

NEW DAWN ON BOUGAINVILLE "IndyWatch Feed Niugini"

210618MOMIS ON CHOOSING FUTURE LEADERS
New Dawn FM News

The ABG President Chief DR. JOHN MOMIS says Bougainville must be selective when choosing leaders to serve them.
He said leader must not serve themselves and their friends and families and completely forget the rest of the population.
President MOMIS made these remarks live on New Dawn FM this afternoon when sending condolences to the families and relatives of the two leaders, the late LEO HANNET and the late MICHAEL LAIMO who passed on this week.
He said the work of leaders is not to go look for job get money to serve themselves.
It is important at this testing time as we approach the referendum for Bougainville for the people to decide the future status of Bougainville to be strong and avoid activities that can derail the peace process when we are just about to complete the journey that we all have suffered and died to achieve.

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22:35

NEW DAWN ON BOUGAINVILLE "IndyWatch Feed Niugini"

210618ANOTHER BOUGAINVILLE LEADER ORBITS
New Dawn FM News

Reports from Buin is that the former National Member for South Bougainville and Minister for Education, MICHAEL LAIMO passed on at his village today.
The ABG President, Chief DR. JOHN MOMIS when confirming the report said he would be sending his condolence to the family and relatives of the late MICHAEL LAIMO .
He said that he was sad another leader has passed on in a short space of time.
Last week the former Premier for Bougainville, the late LEO HANNET Passed away at the Port Moresby General Hospital.

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22:34

NEW DAWN ON BOUGAINVILLE "IndyWatch Feed Niugini"

210618HUTJENA SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS SENT HOME DUE TO WATER PROBLEM

New Dawn FM News
The secretary for the Bougainville Education Department, DR JUSTIN KEHATSIN says that the students of Hutjena Secondary School were recently sent home because the School had serious water and sanitation problem.
He told New Dawn FM today that this was caused by the continuous power black outs and also their pump had developed mechanical problems.
DR. KEHATSIN said the School will resume classes once these problems have been fixed.
He also called on the parents of students to control them when they are at home and prepare them to return when the school has fixed the problem.

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22:33

NEW DAWN ON BOUGAINVILLE "IndyWatch Feed Niugini"

210618KIETA LEADERS WANT BODY OF LATE HANNET IN ARAWA
New Dawn FM News
Kieta leaders today called for the body of the late LEO HANNET to be taken to Buin and Arawa before going to Buka and Nissan for his final resting place.
The former chairman of the Central Bougainville Council of Elders, JOHN DONA called New Dawn FM from Arawa that the late LEO HANNET is the last of our former leaders and must be respected by the people of Bougainville.
MR. DONA said that the people of Central Bougainville want to pay their last respect for their hero and want his body to be taken to Arawa.
He also sent his condolences to the family and relatives of the Late LEO HANNET and thanked him for fighting for Bougainville over the years.
Meanwhile, the body of the Late LEO HANNET will be brought to Buka next week for a funeral service to be done at Hahela Parish before he is taken home in Nissan to his final resting place.

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22:32

NEW DAWN ON BOUGAINVILLE "IndyWatch Feed Niugini"

210618MOMIS ON LEADERS PASSING
New Dawn FM News

ABG President Chief DR.JOHN MOMIS today sent his condolence to the family and relatives of the late MICHAEL LAIMO who passed on at his home in Buin today.
Speaking on New Dawn FM this afternoon, President MOMIS praised the effort of the two leaders the late LEO HANNET who passed away last Friday in Port Moresby and the late MICHAEL LAIMO who passed away today, President Momis said that the two leaders served under the North Solomons Provincial Government and late as members of the National Parliament.
The late LEO HANNET also became a member of the Autonomous Bougainville Government.
MR. MOMIS said that the two leaders set examples as leaders and as men of principle who served the people of Bougainville with honesty and integrity.
The President said that two leaders who were committed members to make laws and policies to help the people of Bougainville and not just their few friends and families.
He said that the leaders demonstrated their capabilities and commitment during their term in parliament and not just went there for money to help themselves.
The ABG President said that today is a sad day for Bougainville as the people mourn these two leaders of Bougainville.
President also send his condolences to the families and relatives of the two leaders the late LEO HANNET and the late MICHAEL LAIMO may their souls rest in eternal peace.

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22:01

June 22 in history "IndyWatch Feed Nznews"

217 BC  Battle of Raphia: Ptolemy IV of Egypt defeated Antiochus III the Great of the Seleucid kingdom.

168 BC  Battle of Pydna: Romans under Lucius Aemilius Paullus defeated and captured Macedonian King Perseus, ending the Third Macedonian War.

1593 Battle of Sisak: Allied Christian troops defeated the Turks.

1633  The Holy Office in Rome forced Galileo Galilei to recant his view that the Sun, not the Earth, is the center of the Universe.

1680 Ebenezer Erskine, Scottish religious dissenter, was born  (d. 1754).

1713 Lord John Philip Sackville, English MP and cricketer, was born  (d. 1765).

1757 George Vancouver, British explorer, was born  (d. 1798).

1783  A poisonous cloud from Laki volcanic eruption in Iceland reached Le Havre in France .

1825  The British Parliament abolished feudalism and the seigneurial system in British North America.

1844  North American fraternity Delta Kappa Epsilon was founded at Yale University.

1845 Tom Dula, American folk character (Tom Dooley) was born (d. 1868).

1848  Beginning of the June Days Uprising in Paris.

1856  H. Rider Haggard, English author, was born  (d. 1925).

1887 Julian Huxley, British biologist, was born (d. 1975).

1893  The Royal Navy battleship HMS...

22:01

World view Friday "IndyWatch Feed Nznews"

Thursday GMT For posting on events, news, opinions and anything of interest from around the world.

21:55

US Leaves UNHRC: Big Step to Isolation "IndyWatch Feed Asia"

While lecturing others on human rights, values and freedom, the US is far from being lily-white but it wants no curbs on what it does and no criticism, objections and discussions.

21:40

PNGs APEC Venue on Track for Early Completion "IndyWatch Feed Niugini"


PNGs Star Mountain Plaza, which will host leaders from around the world at the APEC forum, is expected to open ahead of its planned schedule according to developers.

The landmark Star Mountain Plaza conference, accommodation and retail development is a multi-use facility, designed to help PNG attract more overseas visitors in future generations.

Mineral Resource Development Companies (MRDC) managing director Augustine Mano says construction on the venue is now expected to be completed in September - two months prior to the start of APEC.

Mr Mano says the project is on schedule due to the efforts of more than 800 team members who have worked in shifts 24 hours a day to ensure its early completion.

This workforce is expected to increase by a further 200 over the next six weeks as the interior fit out progresses.

It has been truly humbling to see the passion and national pride that our local workforce has brought to this project. Their dedication has helped us bring to a life a project which will showcase the best of PNG to the worlds leaders later this year, he says

Mr Mano made the comments during an onsite event with local press and stakeholders who also had the opportunity to tour the venue and hear about the handover of the first phase of construction - the hotel and convention centre.

Our project will be delivered in multiple phases enabling Hilton to gradually assume control, It is with great pleasure that we can officially handover the the first area of the new five star hotel and Kutubu convention centre to Hilton.

Over the coming weeks, more areas of the development will be handed over in the lead up to the final construction completion date on 13 September 2018, he says.

Mr Mano says in addition to the conference venue the introduction of the Hilton Hotel brand to the PNG market marks a coming of age for the nation.

The opening of the 212 room Hilton Port Moresby will have wide ranging and long term benefits for the country.

The first guests will be welcomed at the hotel soon after the construction is completed, he says.

Data from independent reports project the Star Mountain Plaza development to bring in more than $235 million Kina in tourism revenue and other economic benefits over a 20 year horizon.

We are creating a legacy asset for futu...

20:55

The Diseased, Lying, Condition of America's "News"Media "IndyWatch Feed Asia"

Do the American people have sovereignty, over their (our) Government? US newsmedia effectively ban that question.

20:45

Bloomberg: Hello World The Rise of AI "IndyWatch Feed Politics.nz"

An interesting documentary on a major technology and the implications

20:30

Morning Report: Winston Peters on law changes re Tax Evasion "IndyWatch Feed Politics.nz"

https://adamsmith.files.wordpress.com/2018/06/mnr-20180619-0727-tax_evasion_law_change_happening_-_winston_peters-128.mp3

Winston Peters has started the week chairing Cabinet, as he begins to take over Jacinda Arderns Prime Ministerial duties. He discusses issues of tax evasion. Mr Peters says the last government didnt take sufficient action following Panama Papers. Im pleased to say yesterday at Cabinet we had a bill setting out to prevent serious tax base erosion in this country Law change is happening as we speak, he tells Susie Ferguson.

20:25

The United States Is Pushing Toward War with China "IndyWatch Feed Asia"

In recent months, the United States has stepped up its naval patrols in waters adjacent to Chinese-occupied islands in the South China Sea (as has China), raising the prospect of future clashes between the warships of the two countries. 

20:00

365 days of gratitude "IndyWatch Feed Nznews"

Today is the winter solstice, the shortest day of the year.

At 10:07 tonight NZ time, the sun will be at its northern most point.

Tomorrow wont be noticeably lighter and we often get more wintry weather after the solstice than before it.

But day by day the days will be getting lighter and Im grateful for that.

19:55

Breaking In a President "IndyWatch Feed Asia"

How other nations will adapt to American rule over outer space and the planets is difficult to predict, but if the past seventeen years of Washingtons assertion of its supremacy are anything to go by, the result will be very, very bad.

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19:39

Colin Mocketts global outlook "IndyWatch Feed Enviro.pacific"

The world is changing fast. If we dont keep track of the changes, we lose out on the opportunities we have right in front of our nose to transform, transition, change and improve our city, our homes and our lives.

During the last month, Colin Mockett has been generously helping us with this  keeping track  as he shares his global outlook and knowledge with our listeners in the beginning of each Sustainable Hour on 94.7 The Pulse. These are his first four reports and commentaries:


4: Plastic bags Global index part 2
http://climatesafety.info/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/ColinMocket04_GermanwatchPlastic032.mp3


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19:30

What might a latter day Niemoller write? "IndyWatch Feed Politics.nz"

Famously, Martin Niemoller, a former supporter of Hitler, but later a strong critic wrote:

First they came for the Socialists, and I did not speak out
Because I was not a Socialist.

Then they came for the Trade Unionists, and I did not speak out
Because I was not a Trade Unionist.

Then they came for the Jews, and I did not speak out
Because I was not a Jew.

Then they came for meand there was no one left to speak for me

The text of the quote varies, as Niemoller used it in many occasions, but the sentiment is clear.

What would a modern day Niemoller say? Might it be along these lines?

First they came for the Blacks, and I did not speak out
Because I was not a Black.

Then they came for the Latinos and I did not speak out 
Because I was not a Latino.

Then they came for the Children, and I did not speak out 
Because I was not a Child.

Then they came for the Journalists, and I did not speak out 
Because I was not a Journalist

Then they came for meand there was no one left to speak for me

19:30

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19:25

Sexy Metal: the Missing Element in the Korean Puzzle "IndyWatch Feed Asia"

Arguably, the heart of the matter in the Trump administrations embrace of Kim Jong-un has everything to do with one of the largest deposits of rare earth elements (REEs) in the world, located only 150 km northwest of Pyongyang and potentially worth billions of US dollars.

19:17

Anti-capitalist millennials "IndyWatch Feed Aunews"

Tom Switzer and Charles Jacobs have a somewhat depressing op-ed in The Australian this morning:

According to a Centre for Independent Studies/YouGov poll, 58 per cent of Australian millennials those born between 1980 and 1996 have a favourable view of socialism, with only 18 per cent having an unfavourable one. They believe government should have more control of the economy.

That 62 per cent of millennials believe Australian workers are worse off today than 40 years ago is in direct contradiction of all available economic evidence

While the wickedness of Mao, Lenin and Stalin is unknown to these youthful idealists, they are well schooled about the wickedness of the extreme right: 73 per cent of them are well aware of Adolf Hitler and his iniquities. 

 

CIS Paper here.

Now Tom and Charles blame the education system as does Janet Albrechtsen:

We are funding our own demise. A country that is the product of Western civilisation has a death wish when it sends billions of taxpayer dollars to a swag of fancy universities, few of which teach students the tenets of Western civilisation. Each year the federal government meaning we taxpayers sends $16.8 billion to universities because educating the next generation is a fine way to spend our money. Except for this: a detailed history audit conducted last year by the Institute of Public Affairs found that few Australian universities teach the core subjects about the history of Western civilisation.

More university subjects cover the history of film than democracy, more focus on identity than the Enlightenment.

This is all true but also misses an important point. I learned more about WWII at home than I did at school. I learned more about the evils of totalitarianism and authoritarian government at home than I did school. My children too have learned more about the evils of government and social engineering a...

19:10

PERTH Arrest of Uber driver for sexual assault, WA "IndyWatch Feed Aunews"

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Arrest of Uber driver for sexual assault, WA .

June 21, 2018 at 01:00PM .

Sex Assault Squad detectives have charged a 31 year old man as a result of their investigation into an incident that occurred on Monday, 8 January

https://www.google.com/url?rct=j&sa=t&url=https://www.miragenews.com/arrest-of-uber-driver-for-sexual-assault-wa/&ct=ga&cd=CAIyGjY4M2YzY2YyMWY0NTY1YTk6Y29tOmVuOlVT&usg=AFQjCNHppIH5ceUGXE4WN10zSvQSrITvug

https://ifttt.com/myrecipes/personal/23688280 .

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PERTH WA Uber driver charged over sexual assault "IndyWatch Feed Aunews"

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WA Uber driver charged over sexual assault .

June 21, 2018 at 09:48AM .

An Uber driver has been charged with the sexual assault of a female passenger in Perth. Police say a woman in her 20s was indecently assaulted in

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PERTH Uber driver charged with sexual assault "IndyWatch Feed Aunews"

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Uber driver charged with sexual assault .

June 21, 2018 at 09:48AM .

two counts of indecent assault and one count of sexual penetration without consent. Hes due to appear before the Perth Magistrates Court today.

https://www.google.com/url?rct=j&sa=t&url=https://www.coastlive.com.au/news/local-news/uber-driver-charged-with-sexual-assault/&ct=ga&cd=CAIyGjY4M2YzY2YyMWY0NTY1YTk6Y29tOmVuOlVT&usg=AFQjCNFR6MmZlIvwXOA59-Z6jhJ_XGu9Kw

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19:06

Hong Kongs Paradoxical Independence Movement "IndyWatch Feed Asia"

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Prominent Hong Kong opposition leader Edward Leung was sentenced to 6 years in prison for assaulting police and his role in leading riots in 2016.

The Guardian in its article Hong Kong jails independence leader Edward Leung for six years, would report:

Hong Kongs leading independence activist has been jailed for six years for his involvement in some of the citys worst protest violence for decades.

Edward Leung was convicted in May of rioting over the 2016 running battles with police, when demonstrators hurled bricks torn up from pavements and set rubbish alight in the commercial district of Mong Kok.

Western pundits decried the jail sentence as the breakdown of the rule of law in Hong Kong. Yet the riots were violent and destructive, and most certainly against the law. For Hong Kong not to jail Leung for his role in criminal activity would constitute an actual breakdown of the rule of law. 

Edward Leung had been serving as spokesman and by-election candidate for the Hong Kong Indigenous political group. The group seeks the unrealistic goal of stopping influence from mainland China as part of a wider Western-sponsored political movement to maintain Hong Kong as a pressure point vis-a-vis Beijing.

The movement also attempts to hold Beijing to the parting demands made by British occupiers in 1997 including the One Country, Two Systems principle which serves as the legal framework Western-sponsored agitators use to justify their activities and notions of independence.

Hong Kong Independence = Dependence on Washington  

And while the Hong Kong independence movement claims to represent the indigenous people of Hong Kong and its autonomy  it is in reality a creation of Washington and in no way represents the people of Hong Kong or the concept of independ...

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19:00

Thursday nightcap "IndyWatch Feed Politics.nz"

A Windfarm is dismantled The post Thursday nightcap appeared first on Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media.

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18:55

What"s in a Name? Everything and Nothing "IndyWatch Feed Asia"

Resurgent nationalism across the globe are keeping mapmakers and diplomats busy. Country name changing is the current vogue and there are no signs that it will end anytime soon.

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18:51

Via Campesina reports on climate justice and agroecology in Africa "IndyWatch Feed Enviro.pacific"

Via Campesina published a number of interesting papers on agroecology and climate justice in Southern and Eastern Africa. They include country reports from Uganda, Zimbabwe, Mozambique and Tanzania, and a general overview booklet, and contain interesting perspectives from farmers on the ground and examples on how they are already dealing with climate change.

18:37

Economics in Two Lessons, Chapter 13 "IndyWatch Feed Aunews"

Thanks to everyone who commented on the first twelve chapters of my book-in-progress, Economics in Two Lessons.

Heres a draft of Chapter 13 on Redistribution

Comments, criticism and praise are welcome.

Earlier draft chapters are available. These arent final versions, as I am now editing the entire manuscript, but you can read them to see where the book is coming from.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/ilqwwru858rihrl/QuigginTwoLessonsDraftTOC.pdf?dl=0>Table of Contents
https://www.dropbox.com/s/d8x2dp5sbxi70er/QuigginTwoLessonsIntroductionRevised.pdf?dl=0>Introduction;.
https://www.dropbox.com/s/ao6s4jaejbrzap1/QuigginChapter1Revised.pdf?dl=0>Chapter 1: What is opportunity cost?
https://www.dropbox.com/s/r1k8iqcpeboosbh/QuigginChapter2Revised.pdf?dl=0>Chapter 2: Markets, opportunity cost and equilibrium
https://www.dropbox.com/s/x4umnbwj4kmihd6/QuigginChapter3Revised.pdf?dl=0>Chapter 3:Time, information and uncertainty
https://www.dropbox.com/s/s2fkdwmbmje6fdo/QuigginChapter4Draft.pdf?dl=0>Chapter 4:Lesson 1: Applications.
https://www.dropbox.com/s/pmml30mkozzj9j5/QuigginChapter5Draft.pdf?dl=0>Chapter 5: Lesson 1 and economic policy.
https://www.dropbox.com/s/44bvl01adcv2fte/QuigginChapter6Draft.pdf?dl=0>Chapter 6: The opportunity cost of destruction
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18:30

This movie is more documentary than fiction "IndyWatch Feed Politics.nz"

If you have a great Youtube or Vimeo video to share send it to videos@whaleoil.co.nz The post This movie is more documentary than fiction appeared first on Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media.

18:14

MT Gargoyles "IndyWatch Feed Aunews"


Was it something Malcolm Turnbull ate on the sewer tour, sampling the drugs in the povo electorate's excretions? Engaging with the public is such a chore .

Faced with their heads turning to stone, the Turdball Canape Team exercise enormously, work around the clock pulling faces


The LNP's favourite Pissing Boy sculpture, Christopher Pyne

18:00

Tech Thursday "IndyWatch Feed Politics.nz"

There truly are some amazing inventions and gadgets out there. Some of them will make it and become mainstream, but I also think some of them are a bit too out there and wont get past the initial stages. Check out 5 pretty amazing gadgets and devices, all designed to make life easier and get [] The post Tech Thursday appeared first on Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media.

17:55

Bright fireball explodes over South Island, New Zealand "IndyWatch Feed Nznews"

A bright fireball exploded over New Zealand's South Island at 09:15 UTC (21:15 local time) on June 18, 2018. Witnesses say the object was green or blue and brighter than the full moon. ''Anybody see the crazy lights and hear the boom at 9.15,''...... Read more

17:53

User experience "IndyWatch Feed Aunews"

As I mentioned a while ago, after years of having the blog managed for me by Jacques Chester (thanks again!) Im now out on my own. Im working through WordPress.com. A reader has mentioned that the process of commenting has become burdensome, something Ive noticed with the default WordPress setup. Ive tried to fix this by removing the requirement for an email address.

Id appreciate it if readers could comment on what happens when they try to post a comment. If you cant comment at all, please email me at j.quiggin@uq.edu.au

17:46

Socceroos Need More Indigenous Talent "IndyWatch Feed Aunews"

Its clear that the FFA is not serious about nourishing Aboriginal soccer talent. The other codes do it because, as much as anything else, it is good for business to have Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander talent on display week-in, week out.

17:42

South China Sea: Latest Books "IndyWatch Feed Aunews"

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By JONAS PARELLO-PLESNER
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Two recent books offer a helpful guide to Southeast Asias most complex maritime dispute.Asian Waters: The Struggle Over the South China Sea & the Strategy of Chinese Expansionby Humphrey HawksleyOverlook Press, 2018, 304 pp., $29.95

Great Powers, Grand Strategies: The New Great Game in the South China Sea

edited by Anders Corr

Naval Institute Press, 2018, 336 pp., $34.95

Asian Waters, the new book by veteran Asia journalist Humphrey Hawksley, recently became my ideal travel companion on a long flight to Australia, en route to the South China Sea. For any other reader hoping to navigate those troubled waters, or seeking a broad overview of the geopolitical fault lines in Asia, Hawksleys book provides an excellent guide.

The books journey can admittedly be a digressive one, at times wading way beyond Asian waters and far onto shore. Hawksleys book touches on North Koreas illicit nuclear program and much else besides. One chapter describes Indias stunted development, recounting in gruesome detail the slavery-like conditions in its brick kilns. Another chapter on Vietnam finds Hawksley meandering into an argument as to why, in the late 1970s, Vietnam was unnecessarily constrained by Cold War logic from taming the bloody Khmer Rouge in neighboring Cambodia. Such stories are certainly intriguing, flowing from Hawksleys decades of first-hand reporting from the region.

Hawksley notes how the announcement of the U.S. pivot to Asia led to a rapid expansion of Chinese activity in the South China Sea, from the deft takeover of Scarborough Shoal close to the Philippines to the rapid move of a Chinese state-controlled oil rig into disputed areas with Vietnam. In t...

17:37

Pacific Nations teams push for more home Tests "IndyWatch Feed Niugini"

Players from Pacific Island nations have called for end of season Test matches to be played in their home countries as part of the code's plans for international expansion ahead of the 2021 Rugby League World Cup.

The success of last year's tournament across Australia, Papua New Guinea and New Zealand has opened the door for international games to be showcased in a similar way to the NRL taking clashes to regional areas in Australia throughout 2018.

The annual mid-season Pacific Tests, which have been played since 2013, have been based in Sydney's west for the last five years an agreement that will continue next season.

But with the mid-year Denver Test match featuring New Zealand and England kicking off on Sunday, the clash could kick off a new era for international scheduling and locations.

All four Pacific nations teams attended a Pacific Test gala day in Campbelltown on Wednesday and backed the possible expansion of the game involving playing hosts.

Tongan forward Jason Taumalolo told NRL.com it was only a matter of time before the powerhouse second-tier nation hosted an international fixture.

The World Cup squad travelled back to Tonga following the tournament and were overwhelmed by the support.

"That's one of many things we're trying to achieve is to get a game over there," Taumalolo said.

"There are a lot of Tongan fans in Australia and New Zealand so playing a game back there would only grow the game.

"There wouldn't be a spare seat in the house if it were to happen."

Samoa is in a similar boat to their Tongan rivals but were able to last hosted a game in Apia during the Four Nations tournament in 2016, which coincided with their 30th rugby league anniversary celebrations.

"It was unreal," Samoan prop Sam Kasiano said, after being part of the side that loss to Fiji 20-18.

"I think I scored a try that game. It was just awesome to be able to play in front of our people who live in our country. I think it's time to do it again, we love it wherever we play but being at home is something special."

The Fijian side hosted Australia in a warm-up last year leading into the World Cup, while Papua New Guinea play host to the Prime Ministers XIII annually and co-hosted last year's tournament in spectacular fashion.

"Playing back in PNG, th...

17:32

Vanuatu PM to visit Australia "IndyWatch Feed Niugini"

Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbul has announced that Vanuatu Prime Minister Charlot Salwai Tabimasmas, will visit Australia from 23 to 29 June.

Australia enjoys a close relationship with Vanuatu, with our two nations sharing strong economic, security and people to people links.

The visit will provide an opportunity for Australia and Vanuatu to enhance our strategic partnership and deepen our economic and security cooperation, he said.

Discussions will focus on opportunities to increase bilateral trade and investment. In line with existing areas of cooperation, leaders will also discuss bilateral cooperation on labour mobility, policing and cyber security.

The visit will provide an opportunity to discuss shared regional challenges, such as climate change and transnational crime.

We are committed to stepping up our engagement in the Pacific in support of a stable and prosperous region. As Vanuatus largest bilateral aid donor, we invest approximately $69 million in development assistance annually.

Our cooperation focuses on supporting economic governance, infrastructure, education health, law and justice, Turnbull said in a statement.

Prime Minister Salwai will be accompanied by Marie-Justine Salwai and will travel to Canberra, Sydney and Brisbane as part of the visit.

SOURCE: PACNEWS

17:30

Labour think you can actually build houses this fast "IndyWatch Feed Politics.nz"

If you have a great Youtube or Vimeo video to share send it to videos@whaleoil.co.nz The post Labour think you can actually build houses this fast appeared first on Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media.

17:25

Labour, David Parker and a property developer "IndyWatch Feed Nznews"

Questions are being asked over claimed favouritism involving Labour, David Parker and and a Queenstown based property developer. The story was broken by Politik:  Labour and the Queenstown property developer Questions are being asked about how a group of Labour MPs on a Select  Committee agreed to grant an exemption from the  overseas buyers  ban []

17:16

Ex Hamel 2018 - Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) Challenger Bizjets Come and Go at Rockhampton Airport - Plus Wedgetail Missed Approach "IndyWatch Feed Capricornia"

Also on Monday 18 June, Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) Canadair CL-600-2B16 Challenger 604 bizjet A37-003, which was spotted arriving into Rockhampton Airport from Canberra on Sunday 17 June, departed to Darwin again as "Consort 10".

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A little later in the morning on Monday 18 June, fellow RAAF Challenger 604 bizjet A37-001 also arrived into Rockhampton Airport, also from Canberra, but as "Wisdom 89".  It was noted returning to Canberra later in the afternoon.

Meanwhile, also on Monday 18 June, there was one other RAAF movement with Boeing B737-7ES / E-7A Wedgetail Airborne Early Warning & Control (AEW&C) aircraft A30-001 noted completing a missed approach at Rockhampton Airport.  It looked to fly up to Rocky from RAAF Base Richmond via a missed approach at RAAF Base Amberley.  The Wedgetail then departed North and completed another missed approach at Proserpine (Whitsunday Coast) Airport before continuing further North.  A30-001 was heard to be flying as "Wedgetail 01".

Finally, after dark on Monday 18 June, RAAF Beech B350 Super King Air A32-426 "Dingo 04" was noted popping into Rockhampton Airport.  It arrived from Canberra then departed to Townsville.  While RAAF Airbus A330-200 / KC-30A Multi Role Tanker Transport (MRTT) aircraft A39-005 "Dragon 31" was noted operating within the Shoalwater Bay Training Area on a flight from and back to Amberley.

Photo taken by 'IAD' 

17:09

Is there a boss at the ABC? Can contributors just say what they want? "IndyWatch Feed Aunews"

What a creepy thing to say. People are more than their genitals. But Jenna's interest in other peoples bits is more than academic. It was this bit that I thought was scary. Ask someone out at work and you're off to jail ! pic.twitter.com/m31KvGzA5Z jill (@1Swinging_Voter) June 21, 2018

17:08

Indonesia slams UN Human Rights office over planned Papua visit "IndyWatch Feed Niugini"

Indonesia has criticised the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, saying that his regional office in Bangkok should first coordinate with the government before sending a mission to Papua, instead of demanding immediate access.

"It is deeply regrettable that the staff members of his regional office in Bangkok, instead of coordinating the planned visit with Indonesian authorities, have unilaterally set the dates and areas to visit in Papua and West Papua, while demanding immediate access, Hasan Kleib, Indonesia's permanent representative to the United Nations in Geneva, said in a statement on Tuesday.

The statement, delivered during a general debate session at the United Nations in Geneva, came in response to a remark by UN human rights chief Zeid Ra'ad al-Hussein, who said the government's invitation to his office to visit Indonesia's easternmost provinces had not yet materialised.

In Indonesia, I am concerned that despite positive engagement by the authorities in many respects, the government's invitation to my office to visit Papua which was made during my visit in February has still not been honoured, Zeid said during the 38th session of the Human Rights Council on Monday.
During his three-day visit to Indonesia in February, Zeid expressed concern over the excessive use of force by Indonesian security forces, harassment, arbitrary arrests and detentions in Papua. He was in the country at the time to meet with government officials, who invited his office to visit the country's poorest region.

According to Hasan, the UN human rights chief informed the Indonesian government that his regional office in Bangkok would represent him on the visit.

In a follow-up, Hasan said staff of the regional office misleadingly acted as if a mutually agreed schedule was already in place for the visit, but that the Indonesian government had yet to grant them access. He added that this conduct was deplorable.

Hasan said Indonesia is still committed to invite Zeid or his office to visit Papua but asserted that the regional office in Bangkok must respect the principles of consent by the host government in the future.

For years, political grievances and an active independence movement in Papua have generated headlines, in spite of the government's focus on economic development to improve the situation.

In a report published in November last year, the Institute for Policy A...

17:00

TRC Media Release 21/6 | BILOELA REFUGEE FAMILY REMAINS AT RISK OF DEPORTATION AFTER LEGAL SETBACK "IndyWatch Feed Aunews"

The Tamil Refugee Council today again criticised the federal governments immigration laws, following the failure of a Tamil familys Federal Circuit Court appeal to be granted the right to stay in Australia. Priya, her husband Nades and their two daughters aged 1 and 3, born in Australia have now spent more than 100(...)

17:00

Rep. Trey Gowdy Questions I.G. Horowitz "IndyWatch Feed Politics.nz"

If you have a great Youtube or Vimeo video to share send it to videos@whaleoil.co.nz The post Rep. Trey Gowdy Questions I.G. Horowitz appeared first on Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media.

17:00

Classic Comedy: Are You Being Served? S03 E03 Up Captain Peacock "IndyWatch Feed Politics.nz"

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Are You Being Served? is a British sitcom created and written by Jeremy Lloyd and David Croft (Croft also directed some episodes), with contributions from Michael Knowles and John Chapman, for the BBC Set in London, the show follows the misadventures and mishaps of the staff of the retail ladies and gentlemens clothing departments in the flagship department store of a fictional chain called Grace Brothers.

17:00

In which the bromancer induces an anxiety attack in the pond ... "IndyWatch Feed Aunews"


The pond always gets nervous when the reptiles get nervous and uncertain

The bromancer has been exhibiting withdrawal symptoms and anxiety attacks for some time now, and so the pond scans each missive to measure the impact of the Donald


What can the pond do to reassure the bromancer?

The Donald clearly has Asian security uppermost on his mind


It's true that the land of Oz didn't actually make it on to the map, but after all, the reptiles and their American cousins were wildly excited by the arrival of the Donald.

Who can forget Dame Slap donning her MAGA cap and slipping out into New York's night streets to share the triumph of Fox and Friends with other ecstatic citizens?

Now the bromancer's copped a case of the nervous nellies, and is looking over his shoulder?

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16:50

The Devils Decade "IndyWatch Feed Aunews"

No-one should pretend such behaviour was anything other than vile. At the same time, its important to recognise just how much of the conceptual apparatus we now possess to understand sexual abuse owes to the liberation struggles that Devine, Power and co so loathe. Most obviously, the modern notion of consent emerged from a womens movement that fought bitterly against male entitlement to female sexuality.

16:48

Papua New Guinea Receives Full Ceremonial Honours in China "IndyWatch Feed Niugini"



The Papua New Guinea Government and Business delegation, headed by the Prime Minister, Hon. Peter ONeill CMG MP, was accorded full ceremonial honours by the Government of China on their arrival in Beijing overnight.

Prime Minister ONeill, Mrs Lynda Babao-ONeill, senior Government Ministers and Members of Parliament, together with a delegation of senior business representatives, now begin a series of engagements that includes bilateral meetings with the Premier and President of China, and current and potential Chinese investors.

Papua New Guinea must reach out and engage with our foreign partners so we can increase trade, stimulate business and create new jobs, the Prime Minister said.

China is now the second largest economy in the world and has enormous market potential for our exports.

This includes exports of oil and gas, but now that we are broadening our own economic base in areas such as agriculture and tourism, we can attract future business from China.

This is important for current economic growth, and even more important, the economy opportunities we are creating for our children and future generations.

16:47

A healthy baby girl "IndyWatch Feed Nznews"

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and her partner Clarke Gayford have a  daughter.

. . .The baby arrived at 4.45pm, weighing 3.31kg.

Ms Ardern said they were all doing well and thanked the team at Auckland City Hospital. . .

The safe arrival of a healthy baby is lovely news.

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16:30

Daily roundup "IndyWatch Feed Politics.nz"

Just a brief note to those readers who like to add their own contributions to Daily roundup in the comments. PLEASE remember that politically incorrect and offensive (but funny) jokes are only to be enjoyed on Mondays in the Comedy corner post which is specifically for that kind of humour. Do not post that kind [] The post Daily roundup appeared first on Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media.

16:30

The party or the people: Turnbulls ABC dilemma "IndyWatch Feed Aunews"

The party or the people: Turnbulls ABC dilemmaTerrence Watson delves deeper into the thought process behind the Liberal Party's vote to privatise the ABC. read now...

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16:18

UK Against Fluoridation "IndyWatch Feed Nznews"



Paul Connett, Executive Director of the Fluoride Action Network, gives a detailed presentation on the potential harmful effects of water fluoridation on residents of New Zealand.

16:16

While skeptical of China, Mahathir embraces Jack Ma "IndyWatch Feed Asia"

Malaysian PM regularly blasts Chinese projects for neglecting his people, but he approves of Alibaba's initiatives in his country


Since his surprise electoral win on May 9, Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad has taken hard aim at several China-backed investment projects initiated by his predecessor, ex-premier Najib Razak.

With reviews of infrastructure deals and multilateral trade and security pacts now underway, many have wondered whether recent initiatives by Alibaba Group Holding Ltd, one of the worlds largest e-commerce companies, could face similar tough scrutiny.

But Mahathirs meeting this week with Chinese business magnate Jack Ma, Alibabas co-founder and executive chairman, signaled the Chinese e-commerce giants grand plans for Malaysia will likely continue unperturbed.

Alibaba is in the midst of a massive investment push into Southeast Asia, including the establishment of a so-called Digital Free Trade Zone (DFTZ) based in Malaysia. Launched last November and heavily promoted by former premier Najib, the DFTZ aims to position Malaysia as a regional e-commerce and logistics hub designed to promote small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) exports.

Read the full story at Asia Times.

Nile Bowie is a writer and journalist with the Asia Times covering current affairs in Singapore and Malaysia. He can be reached at nilebowie@gmail.com.

16:03

National Geographic Lists #Lebanon on its 2018 Best Summer Destinations "IndyWatch Feed Niugini"

National Geographic listed #lebanon as one of the top destinations this summer. The list contains the likes of Iceland, Southern Indonesia, Masai Mara, Mongolia and aPapua New Guinea.

Heres what the article said about Lebanon:

Check out the full list [here].

16:00

Whaleoil backchat "IndyWatch Feed Politics.nz"

Good evening, welcome to Whaleoil Backchat. On Backchat, you are free to share your own stories, discuss other news or catch up with friends. To participate youll need to sign up for a Disqus account which is free, quick, and easy. On posts that are not articles like this one, you do not have to stay on topic [] The post Whaleoil backchat appeared first on Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media.

15:52

Soros Is Sorrowful That Trumps Revolution In World Affairs Is Succeeding "IndyWatch Feed Asia"

From Soros perspective, Trump is indeed destroying the world, albeit not in the apocalyptic sense like hes implying but in the ideological one of pioneering a completely new world order than the one that the President inherited.

The post Soros Is Sorrowful That Trumps Revolution In World Affairs Is Succeeding appeared first on OrientalReview.org.

15:35

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15:30

Tweet of the day "IndyWatch Feed Politics.nz"

The post Tweet of the day appeared first on Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media.

15:29

MACKAY Update: Police officer injured, Mackay "IndyWatch Feed Aunews"

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15:29

MACKAY Man arrested after Slade Point manhunt charged "IndyWatch Feed Aunews"

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He is due to appear in Mackay Magistrates Court on June 22. Three other people charged in relation to the Cremorne incident, Levi James Brown, 25,

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15:27

Got plans for the weekend? Three Peace Actions are ON! "IndyWatch Feed Nznews"

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We are bringing you three peace events on this weekend. One of those is organised by Auckland Peace Action, the other two (on Friday night and Sunday night) by other groups. Get along and support any and all of these awesome peace actions happening in Auckland: make some connections and be part of building a solid resistance movement to imperialism, militarism and fascism (and eat some yummy Middle Eastern food!).
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15:15

Are Senators required to record court-ordered debt default judgements on Register of Interests? "IndyWatch Feed Aunews"

I wrote to the very helpful Clerk of the Senate Richard Pye this morning. I must thank Mr Pye for his speedy and quite helpful response. The details are here: https://www.aph.gov.au/Parliamentary_Business/Committees/Senate/Senators_Interests/Guidelines_and_Resolutions Liabilities which may act to create a conflict of interest should be declared. I'd have thought that a court-ordered...

15:00

Workers of Whaleoil "IndyWatch Feed Politics.nz"

Yesterday you were asked how well you knew our wonderful Whaleoil workers and you were given the task of matching a Whaleoil worker to their Whaleoil workplace. Do you want the good news or the bad news? The good news is that if you recognised the Whaleoil Fiji office you were correct. The bad news [] The post Workers of Whaleoil appeared first on Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media.

15:00

Docudrama: The Lusitania "IndyWatch Feed Politics.nz"

Dramatised docudrama of the sinking by a German U Boat of the American liner, Lusitania, which materially assisted those who sought to bring the USA into WWI.

Its quite enjoyable, but suspect the drama and some fanciful theories prevail over fact.

14:30

Word of the day "IndyWatch Feed Nznews"

Aphelion  the point in the orbit of a planet, asteroid, or comet at which it is furthest from the sun; the point farthest from the sun in the path of an orbiting celestial body.

14:30

1984 fiction becomes fact: Nine "IndyWatch Feed Politics.nz"

Continuing the series: Ten ways the democratic northern hemisphere nations became the Orwellian West. 1.) Continuous War 2.) Widespread Surveillance 3.) Propaganda-Style Fake News 4.) Acceptance of Politically Correct Orthodoxies via Newspeak 5.) Dumbing Down and Doublethink 6.) Censorship 7.) Two Minutes of Hate against Political Scapegoats and Strawmen 8.) Harassment and Arrest of Dissidents 9.)  #MeToo Sexual Purges [] The post 1984 fiction becomes fact: Nine appeared first on Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media.

14:26

End routine strip searching of women Australia told at UN "IndyWatch Feed Aunews"

Australian governments should end the routine strip searching of women in prison the Human Rights Law Centre has told the UN Human Rights Council in a statement delivered in Geneva overnight.

The statement responds to a major report on the situation in Australia, delivered by the UN expert on violence against women. Her report raises a number of concerns about womens imprisonment, including "excessive incarceration, prison overcrowding, strip-searching, solitary confinement [and] lack of alternatives to custodial sentences".

The report finds that "imprisoned women have commonly experienced domestic violence and sexual assault" and concludes that "the continued practice of strip-searching women within prisons exacerbates this trauma".

Australian governments are imprisoning women, and in particular Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women, at record rates. Vickie Roach, an Indigenous advocate and former prisoner, said that governments need to respect womens dignity, not take it away

"We should be helping women to heal, not harming them further. What earthly purpose do strip searches serve other than to degrade and humiliate and assert control over our bodies, our naked bodies?" said Ms Roach.

Ruth Barson, Director of Legal Advocacy at the Human Rights Law Centre, said that routine strip searches are an archaic and humiliating, yet everyday practice for thousands of women behind bars in Australia.

"Being forced to remove every last item of clothing in front of two prison guards again and again, strips women of dignity and hope. Australian Governments can and should end this degrading practice today."

Across Australia, strip searches are conducted on a regular and routine basis, including upon entry to the prison, when family or friends visit, when leaving the prison to see a doctor, or to attend court.

"When a mother wants to hug her visiting child; when a pregnant woman has a check-up with her doctor; when a woman has to attend court she is subjected to a damaging strip search. There are far less intrusive scanning technologies that governments could choose to use right now to spare women this harm," said Ms Barson.

The UK and the ACT have both changed their prison policies and adopted less invasive methods, such as pat-downs, scanners and x-rays.

This is the Australian Governments second session as a newly elected member of the Human Rights Council. The Government was elected to the Council last year on a promise to uphold womens and Indigenous peoples rights.

In its incoming pledge to the Council, the Australian Government promise...

14:25

Thieves Target Popular Cars in Kapiti and Porirua "IndyWatch Feed Nznews"

  Sgt Yvette McKelvie, Kapiti Mana Police, is warning car owners to keep tabs on their cars. She says: @Certain vehicles []

14:20

Regulatory foot remains on lender throats "IndyWatch Feed Aunews"

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The regulatory throttling of mortgage lending maintained its firm stranglehold in the first quarter of 2018, with interest-only lending remaining at just 15.7 per cent of new residential term loans by value (a far cry from 45.6 per cent at the September 2015 peak). 

Both the stock and flow of interest-only loans has been significantly reduced by the introduced macroprudential measures. 


Tighter loan-to-value (LVR) ratios also continued to be applied in Q1, with just 6.8 per cent of new residential lending at LVRs of 90 per cent or greater in the March 2018 quarter. 


Loans approved outside serviceability were well down from the December 2017 quarter spike, but remained at an elevated level implying that tighter standards almost certainly continued to bite throughout the first half of 2018. 


Our detailed analysis of the latest mortgage lending trends, including findings from liaison with brokers, will be loaded into the monthly reports for subscribers.&nb...

14:07

Cryptocurrencies Down into July? "IndyWatch Feed Aunews"

COMMENT: I found it very interesting when my bank would not allow using a credit card to buy cryptocurrencies. A friend of mine in Singapore said the government there has also instructed banks not to honor cryptocurrencies. It appears that government is starting to retaliate against the cryptocurrency world and I must question its viability long-term.

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Downunder, the Australian Tax Office (ATO) warned crypto traders/investors that their profits from trading in the years 2017 to 2018 will not go unnoticed and they have come straight out and warned on their website: Anyone involved in acquiring or selling cryptocurrency must keep records of their cryptocurrency transactions. Virtually every government classifies cryptocurrencies as assets. Therefore, any gain relative to the hard c...

14:06

Sherlock Holmes watches the world's most libertarian sport [updated] "IndyWatch Feed Nznews"


Well, not Sherlock Holmes himself, but his author, Arthur Conan Doyle, who wrote the following about the world's most libertarian sport, Australian football, after watching the 1920 VFL Grand Final between Carlton & Richmond:

I know something about football, for I played Rugby for the Edinburgh University and soccer with the Hampshire team. I have also seen the best American football. I consider the Australian game is magnificent, and from the spectacular point of view it is probably the best of them all.
    The man-handling element in the British game, when the play is fast and the scrums break up, make it an extraordinarily fine game, but in the Australian game there is such constant movement that it stands by itself. They have developed several points which are quite new to me. One of them is accurate passing by low drop kicking. I think that could be introduced into the English game with very great advantage, for it seems to be faster than any pass by hand. Another point that struck me was the extraordinary accuracy of the screw kickingthat is to say when a man running past the goal kicks a goal at right angles to his own line. I have never seen anything to touch the accuracy of both the punting and drop kicking.
    I should think that it is the most gruelling of any game I have seen, and yet the players appeared to be as fresh in the last quarter as they were in the first, and they were playing with just as much vigour.
UPDATE:

World's most libertarian sport?
Football is not a game of rules, it is a collection of understandings. It must be so because a game that is played across a vast open field with an odd shaped ball by 36 players who are permitted to tackle and bump and maintain physical contact cannot be subject to rules. Its like suggesting that a war be subject to the off-side law.
   So, it is a collection of understandings that governs the behaviour of the players. They will not act dangerously and push an opponent in the back, they will not trip each other, they will not strike each other with intent, they will not throw the ball, they will not tackle each other above the shoulders. These notions are what we might call footballs truths. The umpire is only there to adjudicate when a player goes beyond these boundaries. True, there are rules around certain aspects of the game, like the scoring, but the essence of the game is not found in government.
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14:04

Sell Australias ABC? No. Hand It to Citizens "IndyWatch Feed Aunews"

This photograph was recording a May 2014 Get Up campaign to Protect Our ABC. The cycle continues. (photo ABC)

by Dee McLachlan

Just as the promised inquiry into the ABC is about to start, the Australian Liberal Partys peak council has voted (almost 2:1) to privatise the organisation. The inquiry is about whether the ABC and SBS are operating on a level playing field with their commercial competitors, and its presence in the digital space.

It seems obvious that the commercial players, such as Rupert Murdoch, want to diminish the ABCs dominion and its considerable market share.

The Infatuation with Privatisation

The ...

14:01

Girding for Confrontation "IndyWatch Feed Aunews"

On May 30th, Secretary of Defense James Mattis announced a momentous shift in American global strategic policy. From now on, he decreed, the U.S. Pacific Command (PACOM), which oversees all U.S. military forces in Asia, will be called the Indo-Pacific Command (INDOPACOM). The name change, Mattis explained, reflects the increasing connectivity between the Indian and Pacific Oceans, as well as Washingtons determination to remain the dominant power in both.

What? You didnt hear about this anywhere?  And even now, youre not exactly blown away, right? Well, such a name change may not sound like much, but someday you may look back and realize that it couldnt have been more consequential or ominous.  Think of it as a signal that the U.S. military is already setting the stage for an eventual confrontation with China.

If, until now, you hadnt read about Mattiss decision anywhere, Im not surprised since the media gave it virtually no attention less certainly than would have been accorded the least significant tweet Donald Trump ever dispatched.  What coverage it did receive treated the name change as no more than a passing symbolic gesture, a Pentagon ploy to encourage India to join Japan, Australia, and other U.S. allies in Americas Pacific alliance system. In Symbolic Nod to India, U.S. Pacific Command Changes Name was the headline of a Reuters story on the subject and, to the extent that any attention was paid, it was typical.

That the medias military analysts failed to notice anything more than symbolism in the deep-sixing of PACOM shouldnt be surprising, given all the attention being paid to other major international developments the pyrotechnics of the Korean summit in Singapore, the insults traded at and after the G7 meeting in Canada, or the ominous gathering storm over Iran.  Add to this the poor grasp so many journalists have of the nature of the U.S. militarys strategic thinking.  Still, Mattis himself has not been shy about the geopolitical significance of linking the Indian and Pacific Oceans in such planning.  In fact, it represents a fundamental shift in U.S. military thinking with potentially far-reaching consequences.

Consider the backdrop to the name change: in recent months, the U.S. has stepped up its naval patrols in waters adjacent to Chinese-occupied islands in the South China Sea (as has China), raising the prospect of future clashes between the warships of the two countries. Such moves have been accompanied by ever more threatening language from....

14:00

Which man-made problem requires feminists to solve? "IndyWatch Feed Politics.nz"

Hands up all those who correctly answered, Climate change. Quote. Women must be at the heart of climate action if the world is to limit the deadly impact of disasters such as floods, former Irish president and U.N. rights commissioner Mary Robinson said on Monday. Robinson, also a former U.N. climate envoy, said women were [] The post Which man-made problem requires feminists to solve? appeared first on Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media.

14:00

Lefty Logic - ACOSS says if tax cuts are passed, we all lose! "IndyWatch Feed Aunews"

What's the corollary - if taxes are raised we all win? Let's jack them up to 100% and give it a go. You have to read it to believe it. 21 June 2018 ACOSS warns, if tax cuts are passed for short term gain, people will lose access to essential...

13:58

A quote for all times "IndyWatch Feed Aunews"

and we need as much as ever to understand what is happening and how to defend our basic freedoms.

That was Wayne Swan as reported in Inside Story.

Who would have thunk that a man concerned about basic freedoms was so skill full at taking them away.

PS this same article referred to Swans presidential tour to campaign for the presidency of the Labor party.  And who paid for this tour?

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13:46

Population growth quicker than previously estimated (slowing from higher-highs) "IndyWatch Feed Aunews"

Population growth rate: slowing from higher-highs

A somewhat confusing set of figures from the ABS today, with a final rebasing of population estimates from the 2016 Census shaving nearly 20,000 off the estimated resident population of Australia, leaving the population clock now at just a tick over 24,950,000.

That means that the population clock is now projected to hit 25,000,000 in August, a bit later than scheduled.

Interestingly, through, the latest revised figures also showed that the growth in the estimated residential population was quicker during the first half of last year than previously reported, peaking at 408,179 over the year to June 2017, before easing back a bit to 387,969 (or 1.6 per cent). 


The revised numbers showed that net overseas migration into the three most populous states was pacier than previously reported in the early part of last year, with immigration into Sydney temporarily sending New South Wales off the top of the charts (literally so in this case).


Annual immigration into Western Australia has now increased for four consecutive quarters, with the three most populous states now easing, if you take these figures at face value. 

The auditor in me has a sneaking suspicion that there might be a cut-off issue with some of these numbers. However, it does seem that the pace of immigration could be slower this year than last, for a range of reasons as better explored by Signor Pascoe at the SMH and the New Daily. 
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13:45

Pay Claims and Strikes: Nurses misinformation or truth "IndyWatch Feed Politics.nz"

Editors Comment: It was Adams intent to post this earlier, but that did not happen. However, that means a more complete post as readers will see

In every news bulletin, or so it seems, is one or more items about the nurses and their pay claim.

RNZ in both Checkpoint with John Campbell and Morning Report have filed several segments.

Adam is not against wage rises for nurses, nor for other public servants, but some questions and issues do not seem to be addressed, other than perhaps peripherally.

Hamish Rutherford addressed part of the matter with this article where he wrote:-

The timing of strike threats from a growing number of corners of the public sector must be galling for the new Government.

After years of small increases under National, Labour arrives in the Beehive, makes an offer then doubles it and the nurses announce plans to walk off the job for the first time in a generation.

So why now? Why didnt the nurses strike at any point during the last nine years?

In answer to the question,  there was no point neither Key nor English were likely to give in unlike this lot of patsies. In addition, the Coalition has demonstrated it is a profligate bunch of economic illiterates and soft touch. By throwing money at students, raising the minimum wage and then money for Shane Jones slush fund and more money for Winston to buy respect in the Pacific, this bunch of wannabes have signalled they are a bunch of pushovers. Couple that with their leftist rhetoric in opposition we should not be surprised.

The first audio is from Checkpoint a few days ago:-

https://adamsmith.files.wordpress.com/2018/06/ckpt-20180618-1709-nurses_vote_to_reject_dhb_pay_offer-128.mp3

Thousands of nurses are poised to walk off the job next month for the first time in nearly 30 years after rejecting a new pay offer from district health boards. But DHBs say there is simply no more money in the kitty to sweeten the overall pay offer

Then of course we hear from David Cla...

13:42

Daily Mail - Lucy Gichuhi has 7 court orders against her over $10K debts, including April & Sept last year "IndyWatch Feed Aunews"

The Daily Mail has secured court documents that it says show Senator Lucy Gichuhi was taken to court 7 times for failing to pay just on $10K in council rates and water bills. Notwithstanding her $203,000 salary and working husband, she has yet to satisfy the judgements. Judgement was entered...

13:34

Okay, lets talk about the West: a students response to Bella dAbrera "IndyWatch Feed Aunews"

I took one of the courses that dAbrera singles out Imperialism, 18152000 and by the time this goes to print I will have sat the final exam, so Id like to take this opportunity to counter the ways dAbrera dismisses the unit.

13:30

Daily sudoku "IndyWatch Feed Politics.nz"

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13:29

Manager Government Code Compliance "IndyWatch Feed 1stpeople.pacific"

Australian Building and Construction Commission (ABCC)

13:16

John Trimmer Book Launch "IndyWatch Feed Nznews"

Friday 22 June at 5.30pm. Kapiti College Canteen.  

13:00

BBC Radio Drama: Beyond Endurance "IndyWatch Feed Politics.nz"

Shackletons expedition to Antarctica. Good cast including Dominic West

13:00

Whaleoil wisdom "IndyWatch Feed Politics.nz"

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13:00

At the risk of inducing nausea from an overdose of reptile cruel, the crisis in Western Civilisation takes on a pinko pervert tone ... "IndyWatch Feed Aunews"

 

The crisis in Western Civilisation continues apace, and the pond realises that compiling a compendium of reptile raging is a bit like forcing distilled essence of gruel down the throat, but what's the pond to do?

The reptiles are relentless in their force-feeding, though the chance of scoring a decent pt is remote.

The latest bout began with the news that the young are clueless pinko pervert socialists, and the pond rushed to read the scoop

The pond felt a deep welling of sympathy for the sweet young things in the photo. Did they realise that they'd be represented as clueless pinko perverts? (Well, that beard )


Never mind, on with the bad news, thanks to the urbane Urban and her cohort Fergo ...


Um, is it right of the pond to point out that it seems the entire deep state leftist commie swine pinko pervert greenie agenda of Australian academia has entirely failed?.....

12:48

Ron Medich 39 years in prison, out 2 months short of his 100th birthday - full sentencing remarks here "IndyWatch Feed Aunews"

Telegram from King William if you're lucky Ron. Justice Geoffrey Bellew on the sentencing of Ron Medich: The total sentence is one of 39 years imprisonment. He will be eligible for parole on the 26 February 2048. BACKGROUND: https://t.co/c7E93AAeBq pic.twitter.com/GgPsDLxEmk Sky News Australia (@SkyNewsAust) June 21, 2018 Au Cases...

12:44

Activists Call for Mass Medical Evacuation from Manus, Nauru "IndyWatch Feed Aunews"

Media Release It is worrying that the latest death on Nauru and the circumstances relating to this event have not been broadcast by the ABC*. Have these events become too commonplace or is the national broadcaster underfunded? Perhaps parts of the ABC (and all its editors) have already been sold. The ABC was informed of

The post Activists Call for Mass Medical Evacuation from Manus, Nauru appeared first on The AIM Network.

12:38

The EU needs to stand up against its racists "IndyWatch Feed Aunews"

The European Union is founded on values of "respect for human dignity, freedom, democracy, equality, the rule of law and respect for human rights, including the rights of persons belonging to minorities". Those values are under threat from several of its members. In Spain, the government has unleashed state violence against those who peacefully advocate secession. In Italy, the government wants to deport Roma, an ethnic minority who were targeted for extermination by the Nazis. And in Hungary, the racist government has just made it illegal for lawyers and NGOs to help refugees claim asylum.

These actions clearly contravene the EU's fundamental values. They may also explicitly contravene European law and the European Convention on Human Rights, and look likely to result in court cases. But more than that, they require political action from other EU nations to enforce the Eu's values. These are not things civilised, democratic countries which respect human rights should be doing. And insofar as a government by its actions consistently fails to meet that standard, the EU should be looking at suspending or even revoking membership. If Hungary and Italy want to go back to being 30's racist shitholes, then they can do it without belonging to the EU.

12:30

New Zealands countdown to submission: Part one "IndyWatch Feed Politics.nz"

Ramadan, the holiest month in the Islamic calendar, and usually the deadliest too. Its the month when the (false) prophet Mohammed received his first revelation from the angel of light and a new religion was born. Ramadan is a month of fasting to celebrate Islam, and the end of each day a worship service is held, [] The post New Zealands countdown to submission: Part one appeared first on Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media.

12:15

The Catholic Church in Resistance: Priests, Child Abuse, and Breaking the Seal of the Confessional "IndyWatch Feed Aunews"

The tradition is represented as noble, the confiding link between confessor and penitent, a bridge never to be broken, even under pain of death. Taken that way, the confessional is brandished as the Catholic Churchs great weapon against the wiles and predations of secular power. The State shall have no say where the priests confidence

The post The Catholic Church in Resistance: Priests, Child Abuse, and Breaking the Seal of the Confessional appeared first on The AIM Network.

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12:00

Map of the day "IndyWatch Feed Politics.nz"

A 1947 Promotional Map for Air France drawn by Lucien Boucher To zoom in click here What is a pictorial map? The term has come to include a wide range of maps, but the genre particularly refers to the maps associated with tourism, advertising, literature, and illustration that really peaked as an art form in the [] The post Map of the day appeared first on Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media.

12:00

The Australian Recession Coming to You "IndyWatch Feed Aunews"

Lets kick off today with some facts.

The entire developed world is booming.

All major G7 countries are currently expanding

Even Japan is seeing some economic growth.

Never before in modern economics have all major developed economies and emerging markets expanded at the same time.

According to an article in The Economist, the only countries expected to shrink this year are Venezuela, Puerto Rico, North Korea and Equatorial Guinea.

Thats it. Only four countries arent going to see their gross domestic product grow

Quite frankly, its odd.

At any other time in history, some countries expand while other contract.

Check it out

Entire World Grows Together

Source: The Economist

This simultaneous growth comes a decade after the financial crisis.

Thats 10 years after we learnt the sinister truth. That Wall Street financial engineering created layers of debt. And this debt is now in charge and propping up the entire financial system.

Perhaps the synchronised growth is a payback for the financial cliff the US singlehandedly led us over.

The near decade-long economic expansion is unprecedented. It continues no matter how many countries threaten to cut off energy supplies or intimidate one another with their bombs. The unrelenting growth continues.

Things continue to be built, at the lowest possible cost, using the cheapest possible labour. Then its bought by someone on the other side of the world, with fiat dollars that are slowly being eroded, to be worth the least amount compared to the other fiat dollars.

Its a constant game of reverse one-upmanship.

Who can make it the cheapest, and then who can buy with a currency made the most worthless by governments?

This method, by the way, is behind the confounding, synchronised global growth trend.

It ends with a boom

The world economy is tipped to reach 2.7% for 2018. Thats lower than the 4% average in the pre-financial crisis years. Nonetheless, its still consistent expansion.

There are setups in place that will further encourag...

12:00

Government body votes to increase Newstart Allowance "IndyWatch Feed Aunews"

Government body votes to increase Newstart AllowanceAfter decades of pleas from those in need, a raise in the Newstart Allowance has finally had a much-needed boost of support, writes Pas Forgione read now...

11:59

WILL THEY WONDER WHY? "IndyWatch Feed Politics.nz"




Newly confirmed US Sec State, Mike Pompeo has acted after a one year notice to reform or we are gone, from the totally corrupt anti Semitic and utterly biased UN Human Rights Council.

A bunch of ideologues who have managed to lambaste the one single functioning democracy in the Middle East, Israel, 78 times, more than all other states investigated when  totaled since the sinecure was established in 2004

The Charade of 47 countries that include currently such pillars of freedom and universal rights for all their citizens; Saudi Arabia, Cuba, Venezuela, Somalia, China, South Africa amidst a plethora of states who are basically nonentities or have a serious deficit in their notions around the rights for humans of any status within their jurisdiction, were given the farewell salute from  US UN Ambassador Nikki Haley.

What a shame, nay eternal shame, no other nation member of the increasingly self destructing monument to inertia, has the cojones to even say about time.

There were warnings aplenty so it was not a moment of chagrin over the interference in US Domestic Immigration affairs, this was a well signalled statement that the affront to decency and fairness was ended as regards participation for The US.

I will say well past about time.
However the locusts feeding at the food stores of do goodism will not see why it occurred this way as they travel merrily on the path to ignorance paved with arrogance and smugness, fiddling while Rome burns.

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