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Depleted Uranium, The Global Menace

Submitted by Callemity on Tue, 20/02/2007 - 11:17

Photo courtesy Iraq Solidarity News- by callemity

Shortly we are about to see the true lunacy that the Western World has unleashed on itself and the rest of the planet when - without any doubt - the Bush Cartel operating in sheer desperation go ahead with their intentions to secure the 70% of the worlds natural gas supplies so that they can exploit their massive oil fields Stateside. It makes no difference who or what will be harmed providing the multi billion dollar cartels are not 'harmed' by a massive, and moving global shift into properly formed alternative energy sources [especially China, despite the propaganda].

(Ed: click on photo for more shocking depleted uranium evidence.)

This Flash Film http://elequity.com/du/DU.swf is a demonstration on what innocent people endure anytime uranium based items are engaged in any 'warfare' - the new name of Corporate Takeovers.

Water… A Failure By Successive Governments

Submitted by Selwyn Johnston on Sun, 04/02/2007 - 17:12

- by Selwyn Johnston

While Far North Queensland, the channel country, and much of Queensland's west is experiencing exceptional early summer rains, South East Queensland remains fine and dry as it has done for several years now. Water restrictions have been in place for some years but it is also a number of years since dam catchment areas have had rainfall exceeding 50 mm, not even top up water. Not good news!

The southeast is the most populous area of the State and growing on a daily basis, yet it has no water reserves. The question is, "How did this situation come about?"

There really is a trilogy of answers.

(QldGovSpin) Land release for petroleum exploration

Submitted by Editor on Thu, 27/04/2006 - 22:09

The Queensland Government is opening up an area of over 22,725 square kilometres for competitive tendering for petroleum exploration.

Community Information Service Cairns Inc. logoClub secretaries, publicity officers and service providers; post your story, newsletter, contact info and event notice here for the benefit of all in the Cairns district community.

Aims and Objectives
The Objects for which the Association (CISCI) was established in 1980 are;-

Some little known facts about how 'things work' (specifically, in Australia)

Some years ago, Australia came up with the clever idea of 'taxing' water held in dams - some of them a hundred years old. This was enforced by fly overs to 'check'. As usual, the cockies bitched, the city folks ignored them and, the Government got its tax on the old ones and of course - the new ones.

(Altnews) 7th ANNUAL FATHERHOOD & FAMILIES CONFERENCE

Submitted by Editor on Thu, 26/01/2006 - 17:38

A National Training and Networking Event Hosted by the Arizona Fathers & Families Coaltion, Inc.

OZ NEWS: Is our foreign debt OK?

Submitted by Editor on Fri, 25/11/2005 - 13:11

For tens of thousands of years before 1788, this country sustained its population with food. There were not that many people around, but they were seemingly happy eating what the land and sea provided. :(

On Line Opinion - 22 August 2005

Submitted by Editor on Mon, 29/08/2005 - 00:46

On Line Opinion - Australia's free Internet journal of social and political opinion.

On Line Opinion - 15 August 2005

Submitted by Editor on Mon, 15/08/2005 - 22:58

On Line Opinion - Australia's free Internet journal of social and political opinion.

Opposition.qld.gov.au Newsletter: August 01, 2005

Submitted by Editor on Sun, 07/08/2005 - 15:13

* Key demands outlined for Telstra
* The Nationals called for the implementation of a "Five Pillar Policy"
* Top party roles for Bruce Scott, Susie Douglas and Bruce McIver
* Nationals clear way for Liberals' best-possible by-election attack

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