Category Archives: Stress

Australia’s constitution protects 4 human rights that guarantee all the other ‘human rights’ are discussed as specific policies in the democratic process

I just added this point to my human rights page. I’m still thinking about the final wording – but this is my draft for now._____________________ 6. Australia’s model: the Constitution guarantees enough basic rights to ensure our democracy does the … Continue reading

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How long to rebuild after the fall of civilisation?

How long for technological civilisation to recover after an all out nuclear war or high mortality pandemic? 1. I PREDICT AT LEAST REGIONAL GOVERNMENTS WITHIN A YEAR. After some unspeakably horrible months after the initial crisis, survivors will settle into some … Continue reading

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Corona virus – Australian Economy vs Lives?

Wouldn’t it be awesome to kill Corona in Australia and be able to live again – even with harsh international borders and quarantine rules? But again, it only takes one infection in a crowded pub or club or restaurant or … Continue reading

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The Chinese government weaponized the virus and released it to wreck the world economy! – or not.

I am particularly disgusted with the racism growing rampantly around Australia at the moment. Apparently Covid 19 is all a Chinese conspiracy. After all, as this post claims, it hasn’t hurt them and their lockdown is almost over – therefore … Continue reading

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“Prime Minister Scott Morrison has conceded he caused “great anxiety in Australia” by taking a family holiday”

This talking point is from the ABC. Honestly, how narcissistic does that heading sound? It’s as if we’re all sitting around weeping because our ‘father’ the PM has left the country. As the PM can’t really *do* anything about the … Continue reading

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