Issue #2081

The Guardian • Issue #2081 • December 4, 2023

Rally for Palesine, Sydney Issue #2081

20,000 Palestinians murdered by Israel

Almost 15,000 Palestinians have been killed during Israel’s genocidal offensive against the people of Palestine following Hamas’ raid on 7 October. At least another 6800...

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Issue #2081

EDITORIAL

Lenin said of the Paris Commune that to Marx it was “more important than hundreds of programs and arguments,” because the Commune was real action,...

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Women at work. Issue #2081

Seven weeks work on no pay

Despite record-low unemployment, Australian employers are still managing to steal more than 280 hours from their employees each year. That’s the finding of the Australia...

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DINGO

Lock the Gate Alliance and Central Queensland conservationists have condemned the recommendation that Whitehaven’s Winchester South mega coal mine should be approved. The project will...

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PEACE NOTES Issue #2081

PEACE NOTES

Asked about the function of the US nuclear arsenal, Joseph Gerson, President of the US Campaign for Peace, Disarmament and Common Security, told the Morning...

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Mother and children walking into sunset. Issue #2081

Good Housing: A Human Right for all Australians

Residents of the remote community of Ltyentye Apurte (Santa Teresa) in the Northern Territory have just won their right to enjoy safe and healthy housing,...

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GLOBAL BRIEFS

NETHERLANDS: Populist right-wing politician Geert Wilders and his Freedom Party (PVV) claimed victory in the Dutch general elections. The result was described as ‘shocking’ and...

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Neither Confirm nor Deny – How the Glomar Mission Shielded the CIA from Transparency

In the 1970s scientific journals such as Scientific American had numerous articles on the mineral bonanza being recovered from the deep ocean floors. In 1975...

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Worth Reading: Australia

The Split: Australian Labor in the Fifties Robert Murray Robert Murray’s The Split: Australian Labor in the Fifties concerns the split in the Labor Party...

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Weasel Words heading Issue #2081

WEASEL WORDS

Exchanges and debates (valuable) Former Australian PM Tony Abbott, always in search of far-right figures to be relevant to, has dropped in on the ‘Danube...

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Tangshanpeng Wind Farm. Issue #2081

COP28 and China’s gift to the world

The United Nations Climate Change Conference/ Conference of the Parties, better known as COP28, has convened, but there is nothing to celebrate. It is a...

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Rally for Palestine, Borloo/Perth. Issue #2081

Palestine rallies: CPA members show support

With the brief truce in Gaza, Australian political leaders being weak on the topic, and most Australian media ‘both-sidesing’ a mass-murdering assault on Palestinians as...

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Freedom of the press Issue #2081

Journalists gagged

Journalists at Nine newspapers, The Sydney Morning Herald (SMH) and Age, have been banned from covering the Israel-Palestine conflict if they signed an open letter...

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An armoured Land Rover used by Reuters for reporting in Palestine. Issue #2081

Letter from journalists to Australian media outlets

(Editor’s note: attached is an open letter from Australian journalists. It has been signed by just under 300 journalists so far. Disgracefully, Nine, which publishes...

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Rally for Palestine in Boorloo/Perth on Sunday 26 November 2023. Issue #2081

Gaza, trauma and you

A lot of people are involved in support for Palestinian people on the West Bank and Gaza in Australia, with ongoing attendance at rallies, lobbying...

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