Issue #2082

The Guardian • Issue #2082 • December 11, 2023

Palestinian rally in Boorloo/Perth on Sunday 3 December 2023. Issue #2082

Israel escalates war crimes

The situation in Gaza is catastrophic and continues to worsen with women and children making up 70 per cent or more of the dead and...

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Issue #2082

EDITORIAL

This is the last issue of the Guardian – The Workers’ Weekly for 2023 (the podcast will continue through the break). It’s a time for...

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survey. Issue #2082

Readers Survey! Cuban coffee!

In almost every issue of the Guardian – the Workers Weekly, we ask for letters to the editor so you can have your say. Now,...

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pointed finger Issue #2082

Are YOU responsible for inflation?

Inflation! It’s bad, although we’re all up for a pay rise if anyone’s offering (they usually aren’t). Someone’s to blame, and it can’t be the...

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Palestine rally, Chalmers. Issue #2082

Convoy to Chalmers

In the first demonstration in Logan City in Brisbane in support of Palestinians, an estimated 1500 to 2000 people, and hundreds of cars have surrounded...

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Vinnie Molina – Party President Issue #2082

New Year’s message

I take this opportunity to thank CPA members, supporters, and Guardian readers for all their work and support during the past 12 months. 2023 has...

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Issue #2082

DINGO

Inaction by the Australian government is leaving refugee families in Papua New Guinea destitute. Despite promises from the PNG Immigration Minister that the problem would...

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Australian Defence Minister Richard Marles. Issue #2082

SACK MARLES!

The US-led military buildup in Australia for war with China is like nothing this country has ever experienced before – and US sycophant, Australian defence...

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Israeli flag on Masada. Issue #2082

Anti-semitism and Israel

I think the reports in The West Australian that there has been a more than 500 per cent increase in anti-Semitism should be treated with...

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Issue #2082

GREEN NOTES

The UN’s 28th annual climate conference, COP28, being held in Dubai from 30 November to 12 December to the backdrop of rising global emissions and...

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Henry Kissinger. Issue #2082

Henry Kissinger: War criminal guilty of 3 million dead

Henry Kissinger died at home on 30 November, aged 100, never having been tried for his war crimes. He had been a leading diplomat, serving...

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Global briefs Issue #2082

GLOBAL BRIEFS

MALI: Burkina Faso, Mali, and Niger have endorsed plans to create a federation, following a two-day meeting in Bamako, Mali’s capital. The decision was announced...

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David Matters. Issue #2082

World Association of Political Economy report

Political Economy, the study of economic systems and how they are controlled by political systems, affects all of us. The following is a report from...

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HALF THE SKY

On 24 August 2023, Greek officials took action to break up a suspected criminal group engaged in human trafficking and illicit adoptions. The focal point...

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US President Joe Biden. Issue #2082

Halifax International Security Forum: a thieves’ kitchen

The Halifax International Security Forum has just completed its annual summit in Nova Scotia. It describes itself as a forum and network for international government...

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