Issue #2096

The Guardian • Issue #2096 • April 29, 2024

CPA banner in Mat Day March, Sydney. Issue #2096

MAY DAY 2024

CHANGE Congratulations to all workers taking action this May Day, the international day of working class struggle and solidarity. Actions of workers on the streets,...

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EDITORIAL

On 28th April unions and families around the world commemorate workers who never came home from a day at work. Workers’ Memorial Day pays tribute...

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May Day Roundup

Nipaluna (Hobart) Saturday 11 May, May Day Parade, CPSU office in Victoria St, Hobart. 11.30 am for 12 noon kickoff, march followed by free bbq and family...

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The climate wreckers

“Australia’s treachery is once again laid bare for all to see. This report cuts through the supposed change in rhetoric on climate by the Albanese...

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Harry at protest. Issue #2096

Haarootune (Harry) Ohannes Koopelian

Harry Koopelian passed away on the 8th March, 2024 in Gladesville (Sydney) after a long illness. Harry joined the Socialist Party of Australia in the...

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US soldier in Shoalwater Bay during Talisman Sabre 2011. Issue #2096

Marles boost to military spending ‘a disgrace’

Peace groups are outraged by Defence Minister Richard Marles announcement at the National Press Club that Australia’s military spending will rise from the current 1.9...

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Anti-AUKUS Forum, Port Adelaide

A coalition of Anti-AUKUS, peace and community activists organised a public forum on the dangers of the planned involvement of Port Adelaide in the nuclear...

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DINGO

This week Dingo focuses on the crime of the 21st century. To throw light on the blackout of news by the mainstream media of Israel’s...

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Senator the Hon Penny Wong Minister for Foreign Affairs, The Right Honourable James Cleverly, UK Foreign Secretary, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Defence Richard Marles, Lieutenant Colonel and Captain the Right Honorable Ben Wallace, UK Secretary of State for Defence. Issue #2096

$100 billion arms budget

The announcement by Minister for Defence, Richard Marles, that Australia’s military spending will reach 2.4 per cent of GDP is chilling news. This means a...

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GREEN NOTES

Would you believe it, Woodside has a Climate Transition Action Plan! “2023 was a strong emissions performance year for our facilities,” says the plan. “We...

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Global briefs Issue #2096

GLOBAL BRIEFS

MALDIVES: Almost 284,000 people were eligible to vote in Maldives’ parliamentary elections last Sunday. The island country consists of nearly 2,000 coral islands across 800 km...

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Palestinian Ambassador HE Izzat Abdulhadi with Andrew Irving. Issue #2096

Palestinian Ambassador speaks

Interview with Palestinian Ambassador to Australia, His Excellency Izzat Abdulhadi: part one. Interviewer: A Carruthers AC: Your Excellency, I first want to convey greetings from...

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Modern Political Economy – A New Coursebook Issue #2096

Modern Political Economy – A New Coursebook

Those who have struggled through Marx’s Capital will find this a must read and study. As a coursebook it is written in accessible language and...

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Weasel Words heading Issue #2096

WEASEL WORDS

Assault (under) Assault can be physical, verbal, or even financial. The weaselly use happens when someone uses ‘assault’ to describe a thing they just don’t...

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Netanyahu remains committed to “complete victory” in Gaza. Issue #2096

Palestine, Israel, Iran, and capitalism

It is now more than six months since the Israeli military machine began its genocidal assault against the population of Gaza. People have been horrified...

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Men praying in Mosque during Ramadan, Iran. Issue #2096

New US anti-Iran sanctions ‘Will Do Nothing’

Additional restrictive measures against Iran will hardly change anything in Tehran’s relations with Western countries because the gap between Iran and the West “cannot grow...

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