|Issue No 106||10 August 2001|
Letters to the Editor
LOOK LETS JUST UNDERSTAND NOT ALL THE RANK AND FILE EVEN BEGIN TO UNDERSTAND GRANT BELCHAMBERS THE THIRD WAY.
AFTER kIMG ETS BEAT IN THIS ELECTION [ALREADY LOST]AND WE GATHER TO ASK WHY JUST AS WE DID AFTER WE LOST GOVERMENT .
I WILL TELL AS A VERY CLEARLY UNION MOVEMENT OWNED PERSON WHY WE NEED TO CHANGE.
UNIONS HAVE TO INFORM ,TEACH AND GIVE A VOICE TO THE RANK AND FILE.
THIS PAGE NEEDS TO ATRACT PEOPLE .
NOT DRIVE THEM OF CURRENT POLICY SEEMS TO FAILTOTALY TO UNDERSTAND WORKERS THINK FOR THEMSELVE NOT LINEING UP TO CHANT PRE WRITTEN MOTIONS BUT SURPORT THIS MOVEMENT BECAUSE THEY BELEIVE IN IT.
NOT IN ACTS OF VANDALISM ,NOT IN PRE ELECTION ACTS OF BARSTRADRY THAT CLEARLY CUTS OUR TESTICLES OF BY KILLING kIMS CHANCES BUT BLOODY IRON WORKERS, ROADWORKERS, CAR WASHERS ARE PEOPLE,UNIONISTS.
DO NOT EXCLUDE THEM .
AS THE PRETENSIOS LEFTS vw LEAVES FOR THE NORTH SHORE WINE GLASS IN HAND REMEBER THE WORKERS ,THINK MOST OF YOU ARE WANKERS.
GET DOWN AND DIRTY WITH THE REAL WORKING CLASS.
Interview: In Exile
Burmese's government in exile's Minister for Justice U Thein Oo talks about a struggle for democracy that has become a test of international solidarity.
Politics: A National Disgrace
Labor's IR spokesman Arch Bevis gives his take on the workers entitlements issue and its mismanagement by the Howard Government.
E-Change: 2.2 The Information Organisation
Peter Lewis and Michael Gadiel look at how network technologies will change the way organizations operate in the Information Age.
Media: The Fine Print
Mark Hebblewhite looks at how the major dailies handled the Tri-Star dispute and finds that the story really does depend on the telling.
Human Rights: A People Besieged
Labor MLC Janelle Saffin, an active supporter of the pro-Democracy movement in Burma, sets out the issues behind the ILO sanctions.
International: Postcard From Brazil
The CFMEU’s Phil Davey reports on a rural movement that puts our National Farmers Federation to shame.
History: Indonesia Calling
They needed no resolutions. Soldiers and workers who did not know one another moved together, the black ban started to reach out across the harbour from the noisy, smoke-filled room.
Solidarity: On the Frontline
Australian trade unionists are providing practical help for the Burmese through projects funded by APHEDA-Union Aid Abroad.
Satire: Skase 'Too Ill' to Fly Home for Burial
Spanish authorities have deemed Christopher Skase too ill to return to Australia for his own funeral.
Review: Living Silence
In these extracts from her new book, Christina Fink goes inside Burma to find a world where military repression is slowly crushing a people.
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