July 24th 2010


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Articles from this issue:

Gillard's new tax will stymie mining, energy industries

Will Gillard be any better than Rudd?

'Inclusive' PC politics forgets the kids

The anti-family agenda of the Greens

Communist 'bombshell' rocks the Labor Party

Why Gillard's 'East Timor solution' cannot work

US, EU economics stuck in a 'long depression'

Russian secret intelligence still very much in business

Left abandons Barack Obama

Abortion-breast cancer link studiously ignored

Mathematics education at crisis point

Bid to promote Islam in Australian curriculum

Rediscovering our sense of Australian nationhood

Broadband access could be an election issue

What's in store for Australia?

Islam and usury

Descent into barbarism?

A dear girl called Julia

The Left's PC censorship of the arts.

The Australian Anti-Democratic Left and Czechoslovak Agents, by Peter Hruby

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What's in store for Australia?


by (Mrs) Tricia Gibson

News Weekly, July 24, 2010
Sir,

Before an election is called to determine who should govern Australia, could News Weekly inform its readers of some of the "not so generally canvassed" agendas of the parties vying for support from the voting public?

Each time an election looms, the overwhelming barrage of propaganda for popular issues, such as education, health and finance, to mention a few, occupies the daily media to the exclusion of all else.

Very little attention is given to what other issues are in our parties' manifestos and agendas. Some of the future aims may prove surprising indeed to the community at large.

It would be reassuring to know just what is in store for Australia in these troubled times.

I recall an old saying, "The devil is in the detail."

(Mrs) Tricia Gibson,
Wembley Downs, WA




























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