Author: bilal-cleland

The agenda behind the normalisation of racism and bigotry

Craig Emerson, a former Labor Party minister, in his resignation letter as a commentator for Sky News issued the next day, stated: “That Seven and Sky could present a neo-Nazi as a regular kind of guy and, in Seven’s case, a pillar of the community as a sort of neighbourhood watch coordinator, is frightening. Seven and Sky have sought to normalise racism and bigotry to boosts their ratings and advertising revenue.” [6 August AFR]

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The dangers of the developing social imbalance

The cause of these upheavals could be described in two phrases:
“One is “So long as I’m full, what is it to me if others dies of hunger,” and the other, “You struggle and labour so that I can live in ease and comfort.”

He asserts that if they are to be eradicated, it will be through applying the Qur’anic injunction of alms-giving and prohibition on usury and interest.

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Culture wars in Australian academia

Richard Denniss pointed out just how intense the attack has been:
“After the ANU expressed concern that the Ramsay Centre might seek excessive influence that would impede academic freedom, the university was openly criticised by a prime minister, a former prime minister, a raft of front benchers and prominent national commentators. Put simply, the ferocity and power of the attack on the ANU is the clearest proof that they made the right decision.” [16 June 2018 The Age]
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