• Stop Australian Government banning cash transactions in their stealthy legislation
    Trading cash is currently not illegal in Australia - because our cash is legal tender. Morrison government, and any collusion with labor opposition is detrimental to the well being and freedom of Australians to buy and sell with cash as legal tender without the need for banker intermediaries; who will Bill users for transactions whilst not offering incentives such as interest rates. This forces mandatory bank accounts, which Australians must reject. Many ordinary and older Australians keep cash accumulated outside banks because they do not have trust in banks. They should continue to be allowed to trade cash in any size transaction, as per their current rights. People should not be forced to pay to hold digital money in banks if there is no interest incentive to do so.
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    Created by Sharon Seipelt-Don
  • Qantas - STOP broadcasting Sky News and Newscorp media in your aircraft, lounges and at your gates!
    Sky News and Newscorp publications are notorious for their racist, right-wing rhetoric. We know this type of media commentary has fuelled division and hate in our community, and after Christchurch we know that hate kills. When Qantas provides the platform for the broadcasting of Sky News and Newscorp publications in their aircraft, member lounges and at airport gates, it sends a message that our National airline is legitimising and endorsing those views. Those views are not in keeping with the "Spirit of Australia" - an inclusive, respectful and proud multicultural society. Tell Alan Joyce, CEO of Qantas, to show some corporate leadership and terminate Qantas' contractual arrangements with Sky News and Newscorp publications NOW.
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    Created by C Knox
  • George Pell must go!
    Case in point: As many as 26 Victorians have committed suicide after being abused by ex-priest and serial child rapist Gerald Ridsdale. Cardinal George Pell, who was then auxiliary bishop of Melbourne, accompanied Ridsdale to court - a show of support he attempted to explain to the state parliamentary inquiry into child abuse this week. Ridsdale's trial revealed the church hierarchy had moved him from parish to parish, where he continued to reoffend, despite complaints having been received. http://www.theage.com.au/victoria/victims-fear-as-expriest-ridsdale-nears-parole-20130529-2nc5r.html#ixzz2UilwEfrW How many more are there? Surely the catholics cannot support a man like Pell? Lets tell them we have had enough.
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    Created by Simon Evans