Archive for October, 2011

Dog owner charged

The owner of a pit bull cross that mauled a four-year-old girl to death in Melbourne’s north this year has been charged. The 57-year-old man from St Albans will face court in December following the death of Ayen Chol, who was attacked by a dog that ran into her St Albans home in August. A […]

Telepresence saves Canberra $12m

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Australian boy’s drug trial to start

A 14-year-old Australian boy goes on trial for drug charges in Bali later today. The teenager, from Morisset Park near Newcastle, is facing three charges including one which carries a maximum sentence of six years in prison for juveniles. Prosecutors, however, have already indicated they will seek a sentence of just “months”. If the sentence […]

tax yet another hit for Qantas

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Review push for denied asylum seekers

“Independent review should be extended to people seeking asylum” … Paul Power. Photo: AFP ASYLUM seekers given negative security assessments by ASIO, preventing community release, should have the right to an independent review of the decision, the Refugee Council of Australia says. The refugee council and 16 church, social service and multicultural organisations met 20 […]

Two sharks spotted off Rottnest

Source: PerthNow THREE Rottnest beaches have been closed after two five-metre sharks were spotted by the Westpac Surf Life Saving WA helicopter. hesA Department of Fisheries spokesman said a Surf Lifesaving WA chopper had sighted two “large white sharks” about 1.20pm approximately 200 metres offshore south of Battery Point on Rottnest Island. A Rottnest Island […]

EU High Rep optimistic about deal

<!– The European High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security fends off suggestions that last week’s deal to address Europe’s massive debt problems will not be sufficient to solve the EU’s problems. –> MARK COLVIN: The European Union’s High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, Catherine Ashton, is in Canberra for co-operation talks with […]

Defence names soldiers killed in Afghanistan

Print Email Australian Broadcasting Corporation Broadcast: 31/10/2011 Reporter: Penny Timms Defence has named the three soldiers, all based in Townsville, who were killed by an Afghan National Army soldier over the weekend. Transcript ALI MOORE, PRESENTER: Afghan National Army soldiers working with Australian troops have been disarmed after a rogue Afghan soldier shot and killed […]

One dead, three injured in Brighton East car accident

The scene of the fatal crash in East Brighton. Source: Herald Sun A HALLOWEEN party turned to tragedy last night when a 16-year-old boy was killed in a single-car rollover in Brighton East. Three other teenagers were seriously injured in the smash on Cummins Rd just after 10pm – the second to claim a young […]

Toowoomba flood inquiry hears victim Donna Rice’s triple-0 call given low priority

SWEPT AWAY: Toowoomba flood victims Donna and Jordan Rice – pictured on their funeral program – who had sought emergency help when they were stranded by rising waters. Picture: Megan Slade. Source: The Courier-Mail LOSS: John Tyson and Blake Rice, 11,  outside the coronial inquest yesterday. Pic: Sarah Marshall Source: The Courier-Mail TOOWOOMBA flood victim […]

Pat Buchanan’s dire prediction for Occupy Wall Street

Protesters will go more violent! This is how conservative commentator Pat Buchanan sees the future of the Occupy Wall Street movement. Over the weekend Pat Buchanan was part of a round-table discussion on “The McLaughlin Group” where he offered a dark prediction of the Occupy Wall Street movement. “It’s going to end very, very badly with […]

Police crack down on Occupy protests in Texas and Oregon (VIDEO)

Dozens were arrested over the weekend after authorities decided to take harsh measures towards protesters in Austin and Portland. Early Sunday 38 protesters from the Occupy Austin movement were arrested with charges of criminal trespassing. The occupiers set up shop on City Hall property, and according to officials, protesters refused to make way for pressure […]

Herman Cain payed to settle sex scandals with employees

No real politician would be complete without a sex scandal and Herman Cain is no exception. His unconventional campaign clearly made him popular. Otherwise who would care that allegedly he was involved in inappropriate manner with his employees? ­ The former Godfather’s Pizza CEO and current GOP presidential frontrunner allegedly engaged in a sexually suggestive […]

Nahida Izzat: Did the Age of Enlightenment Never Occur?

Three Jewish-Zionist highly “non-influential” individuals “accidentally” bump into a Libyan “rebel” SECOND The problem of Global Jewish-Zionist Networking and Lobbying Firstly; when we look at Zionism as a crime, again, then logically we must identify and investigate the modus operandi. Failure to do so would leave us unable to understand how our oppressors operate and […]

Tic toc, Tic Toc… is Congress Going to Run Out the Clock?

by Ed Mattson   When Congress returned from its summer recess and the joint select committee charged with reducing the deficit began its work in earnest, the news media, in an effort to take the pressure off the President and the wasteful Congress of 2008-2009, focused all the attention on the Super Committee. In the […]

7 Billion People Makes Family Planning a Necessity

Self-Regulate or Face a Future of War, Disease, and Massive Death of Our Species   by Johnny Punish   Congratulations World! Today, we welcomed in our 7th billion person. Wow! Imagine that! When I was born in the early 1960′s, we had just over 2.5 billion. Holy cow..that’s huge growth. Now the good news is that, […]

Occupy Wall Street Primer: Uniformed Thugs Are Not Legally Police

Oakland Use of Illegal Force   By Gordon Duff, Senior Editor   Writers and editors at Veterans Today are going to be writing on OCCUPY WALL STREET (OCW), offering their expertise.  Our staff has over a thousand years of experience, much of it commanding, not only armies, but heads of state security forces, intelligence agencies […]

Alaa Abdel Fattah: Portrait of an Egyptian Revolutionary

“When will Egypt supreme council of army forces -SCAF- understand that many revolutionaries are afraid of their tender loving mothers more than they fear death or torture,” Abdel Fattah wrote in independent Egyptian newspaper, Al-Shorouk. Alla Abdel-Fattah Prominent Egyptian blogger and activist Alaa Abdel Fattah was summoned on Sunday, 30 October to Cairo’s notorious C28 military prosecution headquarters […]

How to Lick the Budget Deficits

Government deficits are a way of life in the post republic America. The spending addiction is a plague that swept away the land of the free and the home of the brave. The cultural curse of entitlement ‘rights’ has created a system of mob rule on the bottom of the ladder and champagne wishes and […]

Let Them Eat Cake: 10 Examples Of How The Elite Are Savagely Mocking The Poor

The Economic Collapse October 31, 2011 There is absolutely nothing wrong with working hard and making a lot of money, but there is something wrong with being completely arrogant and smug about it.  Today, many among the elite are savagely mocking the poor, and that is a huge mistake.  You shouldn’t kick people when they are […]

16 Reasons Why Mitt Romney Would Be A Really, Really Bad President

The American Dream October 31, 2011 At this point, it appears very likely that Mitt Romney is going to be the Republican nominee for president in 2012.  He has raised far more money than any of the other candidates, he is leading or is near the lead in all of the early states, the mainstream […]

Deal reached in U.S. 2001 anthrax death suit: filing

Reuters October 31, 2011 The widow of a Florida tabloid photo editor who was the first of five people to die in 2001 anthrax attacks in the United States has reached a settlement with the U.S. government in her wrongful death damages lawsuit against it, according to a court filing. “The parties have reached a […]

One Third of Americans Say They Have No Spare Cash

Susan FentonReuters October 31, 2011 Global consumer confidence remained weak in the third quarter with more than 60 percent of consumers saying it was not a good time to spend, and one-in-three North Americans saying they have no spare cash, a survey showed on Sunday. The economic outlook, followed by job security, became consumers’ biggest […]

Egypt military jails veteran dissident over Coptic clashes

Samer al-AtrushAFP October 31, 2011 CAIRO — Egypt’s ruling military jailed a veteran dissident and blogger on Sunday on charges of inciting deadly clashes between soldiers and Christians this month, his sister and a fellow activist said. Alaa Abdel Fatah, who was jailed for his activism under ousted president Hosni Mubarak’s government in 2006, was […]

Greenpeace puts pressure on Japan to tighten radiation restrictions after more than half of tested seafood shows up positive for radioactive cesium

Jonathan BensonNatural News October 31, 2011 Recent tests conducted by the environmental advocacy group Greenpeace have found that more than half of all seafood being sold across eastern Japan is contaminated with radioactive cesium. And because there is no mandatory labeling of food products that have been screened for radiation, Japanese consumers have no idea […]

9/11 And Karbala: The Stories We Tell Ourselves To Give Meaning To Our Deaths

Saman MohammadiThe Excavator October 31, 2011 Cultures and countries are conquered with language, stories, and significant events that imprint new myths on the collective mind. The most obvious example in modern times is the September 11 event. Such events give precise meaning to our collective actions, the decisions of our leaders, the deaths of our […]

Exposed: Media fabricated ‘empty tents’ story at OccupyLSX

YouTube October 31, 2011 Following all the media hype (Telegraph, The Times, Daily Mail, Daily Express) about ‘empty tents’ at OccupyLSX we decided to check out whether their thermal imaging evidence was true. We got hold of *exactly* the same thermal imaging camera and showed that – surprise, surprise – you can’t tell when people […]

Nashville Judge Tells Cops “You Have NO Lawful Basis To Arrest Occupy Protesters!”

YouTube October 31, 2011 Nashville News 2 report on Nashville cops using force to remove protesters. Print this page. Comment Rules 9 Responses to “Nashville Judge Tells Cops “You Have NO Lawful Basis To Arrest Occupy Protesters!”” ooh now theyve imposed a curfew too.. dindt know this was communist China. captain obvious Reply:October 31st, 2011 […]

Occupy Vatican?

RT October 31, 2011 Max Keiser covers the Vatican’s call for a global central bank. Print this page. Comment Rules Leave a Reply You must be logged in to post a comment.

Unbelievable, Must-See Video: Heroic Navy Sailor Stands Tall In the Middle of Oakland Tear Gas Firestorm … Holding Up the Constitution and a Flag

Washington’s Blog October 31, 2011 Here he is a couple of minutes before, standing with marine veteran Scott Olsen before Olsen was hit in the head and nearly killed by a projectile: In fact, retired members from every branch of the military support the protesters. And even active service members are starting to come out to support them. […]

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