Justice

The Federation of Community Legal Centres, VCOSS and the Victorian Criminal Justice Coalition present:

Beyond Law and Order Populism: Launch of the Smart Justice Campaign 2006

Punitive law and order or 'tough on crime' policies have negative impacts upon society. Law and order populism divides communities. It leads to higher levels of community conflict and criminalises marginalised communities.

The most important law you've never heard of...

Submitted by Webmaster on Sat, 05/08/2006 - 14:15

Something dangerous is about to happen to the very heartland of Aboriginal Australia - and neither the traditional owners, nor you, have been warned.

Under the guise of promoting economic development for indigenous Australians, the Federal Government wants to ram through new legislation this Tuesday that actually jeopardises future generations of Aboriginal livelihoods. It's quite possibly the most important law you've never heard of.

(AWPA) Letter to downer

Submitted by Editor on Sun, 19/03/2006 - 22:54

We encourage people/organisations to write along similar lines

Quote:
Dear Mr. Downer,

I am writing to you concerning the dangerously deteriorating situation in West Papua.

The Australia West Papua Association is concerned that the Indonesian security forces are conducting reprisals not only against those involved in protests in the University town of Abepura, but also in the general community as well. etc.....
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Great Analysis

Submitted by Editor on Sat, 25/02/2006 - 21:16

(Quote: Love him or loathe him, he nailed this one right on the head..........Unquote)

By Rush Limbaugh:

I think the vast differences in compensation between victims of the September 11 casualty and those who die serving our country in Uniform are profound. No one is really talking about it either, because you just don't criticize anything having to do with September 11. Well, I can't let the numbers pass by because it says something really disturbing about the entitlement mentality of this country. If you lost a family member in the September 11 attack, you're going to get an average of $1,185,000. The range is a minimum guarantee of $250,000, all the way up to $4.7 million.

(TruthJusticeHonor) Truth

Submitted by Editor on Sat, 25/02/2006 - 20:44

Corruption: What that really means.

An Invisible Slavery System exists around mankind. It's essentially nothing more or less than a refined form of commercialized corruption and it is in every facet of our lives, including how we think as Individuals and as a Society, Church Group or any other mini cult movement where one is expected to maintain 'rank' and behave like 'human beings should' inline with whatever set of rules you are given for that particular movement.

Australian Values

Submitted by Editor on Sat, 25/02/2006 - 20:12

I hear old Costello spruking about Australian Values the other day
I wonder if he'd like to tell me what are the Australian Values today?
We used to believe in Freedom, but we were actually allowed to know its taste
And we used to operate frugally, loath to giving in to waste…
We used to be a healthy bunch but that's gone out the door
The State can't afford to care for us, and we can't afford to go Private anymore…

Australian Men - the 'hidden family taxes'.

Submitted by Editor on Fri, 17/02/2006 - 01:24

From: callemity
Date: Tues, Feb 14 2006

It's hardly a secret that about half the adult unions in this country divorce/break down. The over stretched Family Court System testifies to this week to week. However, Australians participate and believe in one of the most 'ineffective' Government programs created in this country so far in its shortish political autonomy. I refer to The Child Support Agency of Australia.

(Kens Comment) There are a lot more articles exposing this atrocity here and also on www.lophatham.com , the public site and main boards. (63 members)

By Russell Mokhiber and Robert Weissman

What's the most powerful and underutilized legal tool in combating
corporate crime and violence?

Sarbanes Oxley? No.

The Martin Act? No.

The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act? No.

The antitrust laws? Clearly not.

No, the most powerful and underutilized tool in combating corporate crime and violence is the law in your state making it a crime to kill another person.

To read more visit http://us.altnews.com.au/drop/weblink/goto/1497

From: robert weissman rob at essential.org
To: corp-focus at lists.essential.org
Subject: [corp-focus] Of Snowboarders and Corporations
Date: Wed, 08 Feb 2006 12:36:14 -0500

(Feedback to ANN) The S.C.R.U.F.F Manifesto

Submitted by Editor on Thu, 26/01/2006 - 16:25

Society for Cutting and Ripping Up Feminist Fantasies.
The dawn of masculism and masculist ideology!

Feminism is a social experiment that has failed; it's time to move on.  Feminists will read this Manifesto with horror and will want to starve the nut who wrote it, but here goes.  

The following document is about 30 years overdue and needs to be published globally to strike a balance with radical femimist lunacy.

Ken's Comment: I thought it was kinda radical but what the hell

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