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** '''2019-11-12''' [https://www.news.com.au/technology/environment/greens-policies-blamed-for-increased-fire-risks/news-story/bdf3d8ac083d06ba468f7135881f45b8 Barnaby Joyce defends comments that fire victims were likely Greens voters]
 
** '''2019-11-12''' [https://www.news.com.au/technology/environment/greens-policies-blamed-for-increased-fire-risks/news-story/bdf3d8ac083d06ba468f7135881f45b8 Barnaby Joyce defends comments that fire victims were likely Greens voters]
 
** '''2019-03-05''' [https://volunteerfirefighters.org.au/green-ideology-not-climate-change-makes-bushfires-worse Green ideology, not climate change, makes bushfires worse] - but they don't link to any sources, or even provide any quotes, for "green ideology"
 
** '''2019-03-05''' [https://volunteerfirefighters.org.au/green-ideology-not-climate-change-makes-bushfires-worse Green ideology, not climate change, makes bushfires worse] - but they don't link to any sources, or even provide any quotes, for "green ideology"
*** is that VFFD even real? The two known VFDs for NSW are {{l/mw|New South Wales Rural Fire Service}} and {{l/wp|Fire and Rescue NSW}}
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*** is that VFFD even real? The two known VFDs for NSW are {{l/wp|New South Wales Rural Fire Service}} and {{l/wp|Fire and Rescue NSW}}
 
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* [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P1dDKvuFJ0c Holograms, Lasers & Boredom; the CED's march towards eventual invention]: an example of how large endeavors go awry because people can't agree on things -- even ''without'' disinformation being injected
 
* [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P1dDKvuFJ0c Holograms, Lasers & Boredom; the CED's march towards eventual invention]: an example of how large endeavors go awry because people can't agree on things -- even ''without'' disinformation being injected

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AU fire crisis

How dumb are you people?

It is NOT global warming that caused this. It was the green activists who made it law for Australians not to be allowed to clear the overburden of dry wood that builds up every year. A man started this fire, he has been arrested.. he was trying to ‘protect his marijuana plants’ by burning 5000 acres and then when the wind picked up it was unstoppable.

You people are delusional.

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CNN, Jan 10: "Instagram and its parent company Facebook are removing posts that voice support for slain Iranian commander Qassem Soleimani..." https://www.cnn.com/2020/01/10/tech/instagram-iran-soleimani-posts/index.html

Me, Jan. 7: The US attack on General Soleimani disgusts me. We are a rogue nation now, and deserve any retaliation we get. Unfortunately, the troops are bearing the brunt and they largely do not deserve to have been put in the position they're in, following the orders of our insane leader. https://twitter.com/Woozalia/status/1214723434942533633

(Once again, the Right's silence on this proves that they only care about "free speech" when it's *their* speech being suppressed. #errorism)

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  • https://c19.se/en - COVID-19 stats for Sweden
  • https://slate.com/technology/2020/04/coronavirus-cyberpunk-science-fiction-government-politics.html "As the COVID-19 pandemic sweeps through the world, it collides with governments in the West that have spent decades deliberately shedding power, capability, and responsibility, reducing themselves to little more than vestigial organs that coordinate public-private partnerships of civic responsibility. This hollowing of the state began in earnest in the 1980s, and the science fiction of that time—the earliest texts of cyberpunk—imagines what happens when that process is complete." ... "Writing in the 1980s, foundational cyberpunk authors were watching as leaders on both sides of the Atlantic pursued a set of political reforms collectively known as neoliberalism. Prioritizing competition in the market above all else, these reforms were fundamentally a political project, aimed at shrinking the public sphere and undoing many of the commitments to social welfare that had been made in the wake of the chaos, upheaval, and deprivation of the first half of the 20th century. The neoliberal turn was a project of unmaking the state for individuals and communities and remaking it for capital."
  • https://www.dailykos.com/stories/2020/4/15/1937573/-Republicans-Endorse-Biden

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