Archive for April, 2012

April 30, 2012

Talking Under Random Dribble


The announcement that whole parishes or even dioceses of Anglicans will be welcomed to Rome and allowed to keep many of their customs has been channelled through his successor in that line of prelates heading the Inquisition, Cardinal William Joseph Levada.

Has prompted one of the more funky blog posts to come out of the NZ Anglican Church:

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St Matthew-in-the-City would like to acknowledge the hospitality of Pope Benedict XVI. Yesterday it was reported that the Roman Catholic Church will fast- track the reception of Anglican individuals, parishes and dioceses en masse into their fold. It seems they are being invited to share that church’s view that women and openly gay and lesbian individuals should not be ordained and only heterosexual couples should have their unions blessed by God.
By this action, Benedict has done world Anglicanism a favour. He has provided a door for some of our most reactionary and…

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April 29, 2012

GPJA #421: Join the Hikoi Against Asset Sales – Sat 3pm in Auckland – “Aotearoa is Not for Sale!”

April 27, 2012

Reblogged from GPJA’s Blog: GLOBAL PEACE AND JUSTICE AUCKLAND NEWSLETTER No. 421, April 26, 2012 AOTEAROA IS NOT FOR SALE HIKOI Hikoi Sent Off From Cape Reinga with Pointed Message Aotearoa is Not 4 SALE hikoi Through Moerewa too Kawakawa Overwhelming opposition to asset sales at hearing
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April 27, 2012

April 27, 2012

CISPA supporters list: 800 companies that could help Uncle Sam snag your data

April 26, 2012

GPJA's Blog



Hikoi Sent Off From Cape Reinga with Pointed Message

Aotearoa is Not 4 SALE hikoi Through Moerewa too Kawakawa

Overwhelming opposition to asset sales at hearing

Power price rises main fear over asset sales bill

Asset sales mean power price rises

Ohariu concerned about Peter Dunne’s stance on asset sales

‘Aotearoa is Not For Sale’ hikoi begins today Read more:

The hikoi against asset sales begins today

Asset sales Hikoi – what will it acieve

Anti-asset sale hikoi aims to create change

Claim asset sales will lead to higher power prices

Q&A regarding upcoming Aotearoa is not for sale Hikoi 2012
Where can I get more information? Go to: rangiwhero

Saturday, April 28, 3pm, Britomart, Downtown, Auckland
Aotearoa Is Not For…

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April 25, 2012

April 25, 2012

Indiĝenaj Inteligenteco

In media news, a Fox affiliate in Florida is facing criticism after it referred to a neo-Nazi group as a “civil rights group” in a report about Trayvon Martin’s killing. Here is part of the Fox report that includes an interview with Jeff Schoep of the National Socialist Movement.

Anchor Jennifer Bisram: “There’s another civil rights group in town: the National Socialist Movement.”

Jeff Schoep: “A lot of people in the community, in the white community down there, had been contacting us out of concern for their safety just because of racial tensions.”

Anchor Jennifer Bisram: “Racial tensions after 17-year-old Trayvon Martin was shot and killed by George Zimmerman. Zimmerman is claiming self-defense and has been in hiding now for weeks.”

Jeff Schoep: “We’re a white civil rights organization, and we go into areas where we’re needed and where white citizens need our help.”

According to…

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April 25, 2012

April 25, 2012

Beyond Highbrow - Robert Lindsay

Steve writes:

Yeah you are probably right about the profit motive. Just look at what happened to China’s economy after the capitalist reforms and when they started to allow and encourage entrepreneurship. Businesses, factories, popping up everywhere, making everything, started and run by home grown entrepreneurs.

I just wonder if people would have the same level of motivation to start cooperative businesses, because they wouldn’t get as rich.

What you don’t understand about China is that those factories and businesses are mostly collective enterprises. They are run by labor collectives and small municipalities, but they all compete with each other.

A city with successful enterprises attracts a lot of workers who want to come live there. The city provides many things for the workers that come live there. The cities that do better can give a lot more stuff to the workers.

All such plants are officially owned by the…

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