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Siege Recommendation: NSW ALP Leader Robertson A Dead Man Walking

REVELATIONS NSW opposition leader John Robertson signed a letter on behalf of Sydney siege perpetrator Man Haron Monis signals the end of his tenure as ALP leader; the latest instalment in a political career punctuated by gaffes and serious judgement errors, it dictates that it is no longer tenable for Robertson to even perform the function of a sacrificial lamb offered up for slaughter at an imminent state election Labor is certain to lose. 1,186 more words

Is this the end of the Kuomintang in Taiwan? Ma Yingjeou, China, and a painful electoral defeat

By Jeroen Gelsing:

Many have observed that Barack Obama’s presidency has aged him beyond his years. As much, if not more, holds true for Taiwanese president Ma Yingjeou. 1,206 more words

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US envoy: No country an island, not even M'sia

INTERVIEW Repealing the Sedition Act or not may be the internal affair of Malaysia when it is debated. However, if human rights are likely to be infringed, no country is an island, says the United States Ambassador to Malaysia Joseph Y Yun. 504 more words


Hippo Birdie Two Ewe

On the 22 December 2009 at 1:08am, this blog surfaced from the depths and has continued with its annoying blather ever since. Exactly five years ago, Gordon Brown was Prime Minister and Ed Balls was in charge of education. 876 more words




By Akintayo Akintola @akinakintayo12

Everyone is out with his own opinion, the polity is heating up, the aspirants are ever prepared and the stakes couldn’t be higher. 1,921 more words