||Issue No. 203||14 November 2003|
Beyond the Workplace
Interview: Union for the Dispossessed
Unions: Joel's Law
National Focus: Spring Carnival
Bad Boss: Fina and Fiends
Industrial: The Price of War
Economics: Who's Got What
History: Containing Discontent
Review: An Honourable Wally
Poetry: The Colours of Discontent
Perils Of Pauline
Put A PM On The Barbie
Tom Holds Water
Letters to the Editor
Perils Of Pauline
The media it seems wants to assist the rise , fall, reserection of one Pauline Hanson.
If only they were to treat Howard ,Abbott, Costello, Downer, Anderson half the same.
(In the fall section that is but the Lib-Nat Coalition are immune to this questioning and the recalcitrant media continues to overlook this it seems.)
Hanson is not and has not been a party Animal. That is why she finished in jail. She was an independent that the hurting or disaffected or dissenting could associate with. Danger bells were sent ringing through the Liberal and National Parties. They stole her repugnant 1950,s white Australia policy-threw in the Tampa and Children overboard. won an election, then jailed her and blamed the Queensland Labor Party. Why don‚t the Australian media have the guts to say it as it is?
Are they too shackled to the right? Are they too shackled to the Media bosses led by Packer and Murdoch ? Or are they like most other employees in the 2000‚s just too shit frightened if they open their mouth against what the boss believes they will or their family will pay for it with a demotion or worse.
DO WE HAVE AN INDEPENDENT UNBIASED MEDIA ANY MORE IN AUSTRALIA ?
This is Howards Australia. Silence the dissenters. Silence or sack the ratbags.
Make them pay.
Anyone who disagrees say the most righteous in the Australian media must be from the "Looney Left".
If the Australian media were to offer anything of advice or wisdom to Ms Hanson they would advise her to dump all the hangers on and go back to her beginnings as an Independent, Independent and represent the Australians she first set out to represent.
I for one have always disagreed with Pauline Hanson, One Nation and their views but in a democracy it is hers and their right to be heard whilst at the same time it is my right to tell her she is wrong.
I just wish this recalcitrant Australian media would challenge the incumbents with the same gusto they continually provide to the challengers.
I must believe in Utopia or Fairies in the bottom of the Lodges Gardens.
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