I need a nap
Are you interested in social justice in New Zealand? You should be listening to the Speak Up-Korerotia human rights radio show, which you can do on soundcloud.
Conservative Chinese Australians Will Take To The Streets Over Safe Schools
Mardi Gras members call for Turnbull to be banned as official guest
Australia reportedly close to US asylum seeker deal that would end offshore detention, shut down Manus and Nauru centres
Thoughts on diversity, conventions & cost
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Gender diversity in opinion pieces: Yes, you’re entitled to your opinion – but it helps if you’re a man
Dutton is a monster: Australia is paying for Malcolm Fraser’s immigration mistakes, says Peter Dutton
Dutton appeared to connect the immigration program of the 1970s – which saw people arrive mainly from Lebanon, Chile and the Czech republic – with allegations of Sudanese men committing crime, and the descendants of immigrants leaving Australia to fight in the Middle East.
“If there is a particular problem that people can point to within a certain community, and we’re talking about a significant number of people in that community who are doing the wrong thing, then clearly mistakes have been made in the past,” he said.
“The reality is that Malcolm Fraser did make mistakes in bringing some people in in the 1970s and we’re seeing that today. We need to be honest in having that discussion.”
GROSS. Sorry you have a problem with BROWN PEOPLE MIGRATING TO AUSTRALIA, PETER.
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