......so, you're basically agreeing with Jono. Because noone said they wouldn't go hard at the terrorism stuff.
"Tolerance is a critical value in a western liberal democracy like Australia. It was for this reason that I intended to address the World Congress of Families meeting in Melbourne tomorrow," Mr Andrews said in the statement.
"The calls for me not to attend demonstrate the intolerance of the Greens and the left - instead of arguing their case in the public arena they seek to shut down debate."
"Equally, I cannot support intolerance from other quarters. As I have been informed today that the event is now to be hosted by Catch the Fire, I have decided not to attend."
Yeah alright Kevin, just came to light of course.
Flog of all flogs.
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"I am very happy and it will allow me to have lot more rice."
Eoin Morgan on being given a rice cooker for being Man of the Match in a Dhaka Premier Division game.
Meanwhile, "charity shag" is phrase of the week
Catch the Fire was attending al along, weren't they?
Interesting piece. Always like Hartcher's pieces, whether I disagree or agree. Reckon he's a good writer.
I actually did not know Hartcher was "International editor" ftr, just thought he was Political editor.
your opinions jono? to go in or not to go in?
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Will say this once and then nothing else. Defamation laws quite clear in Aus.be careful.
i dont see how it could be any worse than it is now
Divide the country in 3. One for Kurds, one for Sunni and one for Shi'ite... too simple and unrealistic though
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Can't see how it'd get any worse? Just watch it do exactly that whether the US knocks IS on the head or not.
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