Monthly Archives: June 2016

The secret’s out on wealthy Christian sect

“If Australia’s Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse tells us anything, it’s that rule-bound, male-dominated hierarchies, create the environment for some men to commit crimes against the children over whom they hold sway. The power of the institution is then bent to covering it up.” Continue reading

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‘illiterate’ refugees ‘taking jobs’

“For many people, they won’t be, you know, numerate or literate in their own language, let alone English. These people would be taking Australian jobs”

Peter Dutton, minister for irrational claims Continue reading

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Mass Misinformation – Confirmation Bias

“The global risk of massive digital misinformation sits at the centre of a constellation of technological and geopolitical risks ranging from terrorism tocyber attacks and the failure of global governance.”

World Economic Forum Continue reading

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