As it has been long established, humans are subject to six unifying emotions. However, with the birth of technology that mimics us for our benefit, this represents a problem.
The difference between the political left and right seems to be built on the assumption that the other is wrong. That thinking is fundamentally flawed.
We, as a species are kept in check by one unifying point: the need to blame the ‘other’. While it’s seemingly our way to unite only against division, I wonder if things can ever be different?
Are politicians, media and the population at large able to work together to better control Australia’s “Muslim” stereotype?
The last year of Obama’s presidency may turn out to be his most important, not for what he achieves, but for the lessons he leaves with us.
Is there any way to not be tagged as “racist” when striking the nerves of our stark cultural and racial differences of negative persuasion?
In the first of a three-part series on Myanmar, take a mad motorbike ride with Scarlett Hawkins that began for her an investigation into the cultural, political, economic and social dynamics at play within this complex country.
In case you missed out on that “ground-breaking journalism” in The Daily Telegraph, Tim Blair took the time to visit Lakemba, a suburb thirty minutes west of Sydney’s CBD. He spent a full night in the small enclave and proceeded to write an investigative piece on the “Muslim Land”. The newspaper presented this…