|Issue No 110||07 September 2001|
Letters to the Editor
Appreciate the satire about the Tampa.
Apart from that it's funny but I find myself for the first time in my life backing the Libs on the issue as long as they make sure the bastards don't get in.
After nearly 50 years in the ALP why is this? Am I becoming more conservative in my old age as I have been told would happen since I was a kid?
Keep up the satire but don't let it cloud your judgement.
Dear Sir or madam,
John Howards new theme song.
WALZING NAZIlLDA.WALZING NAZILDA
Voters, we'll go a WALZING NAZILDA WITH ME.
AND HE SANG AS HE WATCHED AND WAITED TILL THE TAMPA WENT
YOU'LL COME A WALZING NAZILDA WITH ME.
NOT IF YOU READ WORKERS ONLINE
Interview: Cast Adrift
Ethnic Communities Council chair Salvatore Scevola gives his take on the Tampa saga and the underlying attitudes driving the debate.
Workplace: Coming to Australia
Jagath Banderra recounts his own experience as a new arrival in Australia entering the workforce.
Human Rights: Long Road to Nowhere
Iraqi refugees travel the same tortuous road as Afghans. The refugees on the Tampa have almost certainly endured a similar ordeal.
Immigration: Experience Required
Veronica Apap looks at the many difficulties migrants face in having their skills recognised in Australia.
International: Why Economic Rationalism Isn't
The CFMEUs Phil Davey surveys the wreckage after 10 years of Brazil's Government doing what the free marketeers want.
History: Johnny's Naruan Wet Dream
Rowan Cahill looks at how Australia's preferred refugee dumping ground's history is indelibly linked with our own.
Unions: Getting the Message Out
Caroline Alcorso argues the integration of immigrant workers into the trade union movement has been a central issue in Australia’s post-war labor history.
Work/Time/Life: Driven To The Edge
In the ACTU’S groundbreaking Fifty Families report there is one particularly sobering story. Frank tells how the modern workplace is driving some people to the fatal edge.
Review: Whose Party?
NSW Labor’s century of successes began in 1910, as did the “middle classing” of Labor policy.
Satire: Ethnic Wog Gangs Rape Everyone
People who are white in colour are being raped by people who are not white, an exclusive Chaser investigation found last week.
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