Tag: Keating

Old Dog Thought- Where to dump intense radioactive submarine waste? It’s not in the after-sale sub-service contract. Where do the US and UK dump it?

Fighting Fake News with REAL, 16/3/23. Keating’s Say, AUKUS ANGLOSPHERE, Truth in Humour, Carbon Miracles, The Righteous,

If only our current PM said this… – Pearls and Irritations

Controlling the narrative media manipulation or directing the conversation.

Today’s Sydney Morning Herald and The Age front page stories on Australia’s supposed war risk with China represents the most egregious and provocative news presentation of any newspaper I have witnessed in over fifty years of active public life.

Source: If only our current PM said this… – Pearls and Irritations

Old Dog Thought-Politics not science has brought the world to this in less than a century

Fighting Fake News with REAL 14/10/22; Keating, Aus True Religious Leaders Unite, Independence. How to shut the Far Right up, A great Conspiracy, Matthew Guy/ Sgt Schultz,

Old Dog Thought- Albo welcomes the Monkey Pod Room in to discuss the NACC behind closed doors

The Rich Get, The Poor Get

Fighting Fake News with REAL 29/9/22; Facts or Rumours about Peter Dutton; NACC Angst; Keating’s reply to Hartcher’ Russian Conscripts; Fascism Celebrated; Tucker Carlson; Roger Stone,

Morrison creating tensions with Asia and New Zealand – » The Australian Independent Media Network

Paul Keating added further concern with Australia’s current strategy in relation to China and military escalation in the South china sea if we have a situation is another reckless style Donald Trump leader is elected in the next US elections. The tensions in Scott Morrison’s move in the public and political realm in the Pacific is evident, in what appears to be very little discussion or debate with Australia’s most important Pacific partner before making his submarine buying deal which will give fresh indigestion to others.

Source: Morrison creating tensions with Asia and New Zealand – » The Australian Independent Media Network

How the Myths of “Progressive Neoliberalism” Hollowed Out Australia’s Left

Neoliberalism now dominates Australia’s formerly left-wing institutions, marginalizing working-class and socialist politics. Yet the center-left “progressive neoliberal” consensus shambles on, a corpse in search of a decent grave.

Source: How the Myths of “Progressive Neoliberalism” Hollowed Out Australia’s Left

Paul Keating, Kevin Rudd warn government seeking to destroy superannuation

Former prime ministers Paul Keating and Kevin Rudd, pictured at the 2019 Labor campaign launch, have launched a blistering attack on the government over superannuation.

Paul Keating and Kevin Rudd warn the Coalition government will destroy the superannuation system if it bows to pressure to dump legislated increases in employer contributions.

Paul Keating, Kevin Rudd warn government seeking to destroy superannuation

Paul Keating says Australia must adapt to rise of China

Keating's foreign policy advice to Australia

Abbott’s warnings come from an Australian Government with a history of incompetent bribery by our government agencies. Blatant lying in order to justify the invasion and destruction of Iraq along with the bugging of the Timor Leste government’s offices for commercial gain. Surely Keating has a point as does China that in dealing with this Australian government China is dealing with the mindless thugs that invaded Vietnam. (ODT)

In dealing with China, he said that Australia should get over its alarm at the speed of its rise and recognise its achievement in lifting 700 million people out of poverty.

Mr Abbott urged the Australian government to work harder on ties with allies including Japan and the “democratic superpower” of India as the best way to ensure a free and open Indo-Pacific while China remains a one-party communist state.

contrasts with a warning from former prime minister Paul Keating on Monday against “pious belchings” from those attacking China when Australia’s long-term interest lay in working more closely with a vital partner.

 Paul Keating says Australia must adapt to the rise of China