Issue #2102

The Guardian • Issue #2102 • June 10, 2024

In Borloo/Perth, about 500 people attended a snap rally in solidarity with the people of Rafah. Speakers called for the recognition of Palestine and a permanent ceasefire. Issue #2102

Gaza: Biden’s ‘red lines’ lie

Israeli atrocities and war crimes continue. Western leaders continue to act out grief, even outrage, but nothing is done. A few courageous exceptions, such as...

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EDITORIAL

Universities – Why you care This paper isn’t ‘the Workers’ Weekly’ for nothing. Workers produce all the wealth. Workers are the majority of the population....

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The Australian Manufacturing Workers’ Union WA Issue #2102

AMWU WA branch condemns genocide in Gaza

The Australian Manufacturing Workers’ Union 121 Royal St East Perth 6004 AMWU WA branch condemns genocide in Gaza and calls on the Australian Government to...

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Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) Issue #2102

Statements from the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine

The International Court of Justice The Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) affirmed that what media reports and press investigations revealed about the...

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Deakin University, Burwood, Victoria. Issue #2102

Deakin University admits wage theft after two years of denial

Deakin University has finally admitted to engaging in multimillion dollar wage theft after denying underpaying staff for two years. In an email to all staff,...

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DINGO

This week’s target of US aggression and interventions since the end of WW2 is the Philippines 1945-53: The US military fought against leftist forces (Huks)...

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Drugs: government spends big on law enforcement

Governments in Australia spent nearly $5.5 billion on illicit drug countermeasures in 2021/2022, but less than 10 per cent went towards strategies aimed at preventing...

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GREEN NOTES

Anna Pha With increased concern over climate change and the desire for green energy and products, corporations are making an art form out of greenwashing....

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Poverty in Sydney. Issue #2102

The poverty of policy

The Fair Work Commission has increased both minimum and award wages by 3.75 per cent from 1 July when the tax cuts for middle to...

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Queensland Rail TRANSLink Electric train. Issue #2102

Queensland’s 50c fares stunt

As far as election season political stunts go, Queensland Premier Steven Mile’s reduction of public transport fares to 50c is not bad. The question now...

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Shared future for mankind. Issue #2102

China’s ‘Shared future for humankind’

For over a decade the People’s Republic of China has established the policy framework “Shared Future for Humankind” (literally in Chinese, 훙잚 츱頓 묾谿竟, rénlèi...

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The Asian emerald cuckoo found in Bangladesh, Bhutan, Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Thailand, and Vietnam. Issue #2102

Heat wave emergency impacts animals in South East Asia

There is no single global index on what exactly a heat wave in South East Asia is. According to the India Meteorological Department, a heatwave...

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Global briefs Issue #2102

GLOBAL BRIEFS

Peru: According to the Public Prosecutor’s Office, the ‘Special Team of Prosecutors’ for cases involving victims during anti-government protests has launched 62 investigations into officials...

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Socialism versus capitalism – connection versus alienation

What makes a ten-year old child commit suicide? What makes a 17-year-old girl stab her younger sister? What drives someone to become a mass killer?...

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World economic health (pulse) Issue #2102

Don’t use ‘overcapacity’ to harm economic globalisation

For some time, China has been accused of “overcapacity” in new energy products. This kind of hype is unreasonable and just a carefully crafted distraction,...

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Papua New Guinea National Parliament, Port Moresby. Issue #2102

Papua New Guinea: disaster and the hand of capital

The tragic loss of life in the landslide in Papua New Guinea has shown just how pitiably inadequate is the level of infrastructure in the...

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