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Britain assisted Australia in setting up a team modelled on the UK’s notorious Information Research Department to run influence operations in the Asia-Pacific in the 1970s, recently declassified files reveal.
Sympathy for the traumatised Palestinian community was targeted by political vigilantes attempting to influence the Australian election.
‘State capture’ by private interests explains why, no matter which major party forms government in Australia, powerful and well-connected industries always seem to win.
Will the Australian election see an end to the great Australian silence on Palestine?
How a former Australian SAS soldier was hired to bring Russian and South African mercenaries to Libya to fight against NATO for President Gaddafi
Australia’s hypersonic missile development, rather than promoting peace in the region, is helping ignite an arms race and increasing the chance of conflict.
The weapons companies spruiking the ‘benefits and opportunities’ of the wars in Ukraine and Yemen and tensions in the South China Sea are infiltrating our schools.
As the Ukraine war fills our screen and the risk of a war with China rises, Australia is not only joined at the hip to the US but seems likely to march in lockstep into America’s next provoked war. Only by reforming the wars powers can the representatives of the Australian people head that off.