Issue #2069

The Guardian • Issue #2069 • September 11, 2023

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Qantas: Robber Baron

As the stench around Qantas grows stronger, CEO Allan Joyce has made a hasty retreat, abruptly resigning on 5th September, his $10.8 million pay-out firmly...

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Fight for gig workers’ rights

What would you think about someone who is continually attempting to rob you and your family of the right to a decent living? Someone who...

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Can you guess what these numbers represent?

Two. One million, thirty-nine thousand, nine hundred and ninety-nine. Thirty seven. We won’t leave you in suspense. Two is the number of years since the...

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Equal Pay Day 2023

On Equal Pay Day (25th August), the NSW Teachers’ Federation is calling on the Minns Labor government to “Honour The Deal.” In July, the Government...

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Engels and pizza: Sunshine Coast Branch gets educated

In July the Sunshine Coast Branch of Queensland had its first education class, examining Friedrich Engels’ Principles of Communism. Written in 1847 it was the...

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DINGO

The Climate Council has labelled the decision to approve an extension to the Gregory Crinum coal mine in Queensland’s Bowen Basin until 2073 as “stunning...

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Stop releasing contaminated water into the sea

SHII Kazuo Chair of the Executive Committee of the Japanese Communist Party (JCP) Press conference, August 2023 Tokyo (1) The Kishida government has decided to...

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PEACE NOTES

Hannah Middleton While the United States is colonising northern Australia, occupying Australian military bases and ports, bringing in nuclear submarines and nuclear-capable B52 planes, establishing...

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WORTH READING

Big Bad Fix: The Case Against Climate Geoengineering A report by ETC Group, BiofuelWatch and Heinrich Böll Foundation Available at etcgroup.org As this report details,...

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Communist unity is strength!

Martin Minka Jensen International Secretary Communist Party of Denmark, DKP Dear comrade, The Communist Party of Australia conveys its warmest greetings to the Denmark communists...

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Global briefs Issue #2069

GLOBAL BRIEFS

JAPAN: Japanese retailer Seven & i Holdings Co is selling department store chain Sogo & Seibu Co to a US investment fund, even as the...

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Salvador Allende. Issue #2069

50 years after the coup in Chile: The struggle continues

On 11th September 1973, the coup d’état under General Augusto Pinochet overthrew the president of Chile, Salvador Allende Gossens, the world’s first democratically elected socialist...

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The Kerguelen Islands sale to China

On 15th July 2023 France offered to sell the Kerguelen Islands to China for 60 billion Euros. The sale would make China Australia’s newest neighbour....

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YES – It’s on

A vote for no will tell us unequivocally that you are comfortable to continue witnessing the despair of our people. A vote for yes says...

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Big pharma not working

The big pharmaceutical monopolies’ profit-driven model of making medicines is bad for our health. While in theory these companies exist to make the medicines we...

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African drought. Issue #2069

Activists gather as African Climate Summit opens

Hundreds of people gathered for a people’s march on climate in Nairobi on Monday, 4th September, as the first African Climate Summit opened its doors...

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