Issue #2063

The Guardian • Issue #2063 • July 31, 2023

A picture of a picture, taken at the Hiroshima Peace Memorial museum after the bomb was dropped.. Issue #2063

For a nuclear free Australia

The 6th of August this year is the 78th anniversary of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima. Though Nazi Germany was defeated on 8th May 1945,...

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Issue #2063

Resist the anti-China scare campaign

Australians have real problems, problems that can’t be wished away. Climate change is happening now, and our ALP government is making it worse. There is...

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Communist Party of Australia greetings to the heroic people of Cuba on the 70th anniversary of the assault on the Moncada barracks on 26th July 1953 Issue #2063

Communist Party of Australia greetings to the heroic people of Cuba on the 70th anniversary of the assault on the Moncada barracks on 26th July 1953

Communist Party of Australia greetings to the heroic people of Cuba on the 70th anniversary of the assault on the Moncada barracks on 26th July...

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Stop fracking rally. Issue #2063

Mega-fracker now on site

Water is life. But right now, Tamboran Resources is on the fast track to frack the Northern Territory, and water is at risk of being...

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Watching eye. Issue #2063

Big Brother widens net

The rapid spread of social media, with millions of people regularly using digital platforms has seen a flood of misinformation and disinformation, commonly referred to...

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NRL sport in play. Issue #2063

Rugby: Class Struggle at the Heart of the NRL

One of the more high-profile industrial disputes this year has been between the National Rugby League (NRL) and the Rugby League Players Association (RLPA), as...

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DINGO

The union movement extended its thoughts to the loved ones of the food delivery rider who tragically lost his life in Sydney last week working...

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Anti-AUKUS action rocks Melbourne

Melbourne comrades gathered in Brunswick to protest the planned AUKUS commitment and the Albanese government’s plans to turn Australia into a parking lot for nuclear...

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Vinnies for the Voice

The Vinnies for the Voice better known as Vinnies, supports the Yes vote in the coming Voice to Parliament referendum. “The Society urges all Australians...

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PEACE NOTES Issue #2063

PEACE NOTES

“As a colonised people, its not glamorous … you look at all the social indicators from poverty to homelessness to drug and alcohol addition, abuse,...

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The anti AUKUS-WA protest held at the Esplanade Hotel in Fremantle, WA. Issue #2063

CPA’s Elly Hulm to CPUSA International Conference

Dear Comrades On behalf of the Communist Party of Australia, I thank the CPUSA for inviting us to speak and I send our fraternal greetings...

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Global briefs Issue #2063

GLOBAL BRIEFS

KENYA: Police have been ordered not to report deaths amid protests against the rising cost of living. While police in Kenya have long been accused...

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Weasel Words heading Issue #2063

WEASEL WORDS

Pressure How can “pressure” be a weasel word? Surely there is either pressure or there isn’t. That’s true if we’re talking about car, bike, or...

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Issue #2063

LETTER

Dear Comrade Editor I’ve heard a lot about the possible limitations of the Voice to Parliament. All I’m really hearing is that if a Voice...

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Issue #2063

Call to action against war

The Australian Anti-AUKUS Coalition (AAAC) is campaigning for an Australia that is committed to peace, justice and a nuclear-free world. In Australia, this starts with...

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Space craft. Issue #2063

Space War?

The 1967 Outer Space Treaty (OST) between the United States and the Soviet Union sought all nations to avoid any future “land grab” leading to...

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