Involving yourself in the ocean of consciousness invokes meaning throughout our measly lives. Measly in the way that it is probably insignificant, but could be greater (I'm not sure.) And Judgement! is only pure when it is in the moment, in the context & only God can judge. Moment and context meaning we can't judge … Continue reading Judgement Day
Our tainted love for America and its values eclipses what Australia promises; if anything was promised at all. As Australians, we should be ashamed of the continued inaction on our many haunting human rights issues and by all means, we should be (and some are) rioting in the streets against our governments total inability to … Continue reading The American Dreams of Australian Citizens
Why I want to climb Ayres Rock. 7 News just promoted Jetstar Australia’s new budget-priced direct flights from Brisbane to Uluru, not mentioning once the cultural significance of the landmark. Despite the natural and spiritual import Uluru holds with First Nations and conservationists alike, it is still being climbed and with more than 10 % … Continue reading Tourism; at what cost?
As we speak, the Western Australian government is drafting a new bill to make Workers Compensation a more accessible law. Delivering on an election commitment, the McGowan government looks to utilise public consultation to modernise workers compensation in Western Australia. It looks like this bill will be introduced into parliament by the end of 2018, … Continue reading Modernising Workers Compensation in WA
It’s time for the Church to pay for its sins. Cardinal Pell needs to be stripped of his rank and put in prison. Even if he didn’t do anything, he needs to face the law. Because the Catholic church needs to apologise for all their wrong doings throughout history. The church needs to know it … Continue reading WHY CARDINAL PELL NEEDS TO GO DOWN
After three weeks of tribunal hearings, the royal commission into banking has outlined corruption and misconduct throughout all the major banks of Australia. The Commonwealth Bank has been encouraging mortgage brokers to oversell their loans, raise credit limits of gambling addicts and was even charging the deceased on their overdrawn accounts. NAB has been found doing … Continue reading Big Banks to Compensate for their Shady Mistakes
The Australian Greens are going through a tad bit of disunity, but does this really change who their constituents are voting for? Does it mean they will forget their roots and forget regular Australians? The answer is no, the issues within the Greens will not affect their policies drastically. Voters need to be assured that … Continue reading What do the Greens mean to you?
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How the Left can Compromise with a Universal Income. Left wing politics has some some swell ideas about equality, but some are determined to shut down the idea of a universal basic income (UBI) on the terms that capitalism or crony capitalism could corrupt it. This is jaded. It's not wrong in its fears but … Continue reading Why the left should compromise with a UBI
Labor's left swing against Adani helps shore up poll lead