Tribunal Dismisses Teacher’s Racism Claim

I’m amazed but pleased by this obviously commonsense decision from the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal. Fiona Dickie, of mixed Zulu and English background, complained that she had been subjected to a ‘campaign of racism’ at the Melbourne school where she was employed as a teacher. For example, she claimed to be shocked when a fellow teacher complimented her …

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Mine Your Own Business

I watched Phelim McAleer’s documentary ‘Mine Your Own Business’ again last night. It is difficult to watch and not feel angry at the easy complacency of western environmentalists who, from the comfort of their air-conditioned homes, tell people in the developing world that their way of life is quaint and worth preserving, and that even though they …

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Strangely, Something Worthwhile at Durban II

The U.N. Durban II (Geneva) conference for racism and anti-semitism was planned and organised by the world’s worst perpetrators of racism and human rights abuses. A representative of Libyan dictator Col. Muammar Qaddafi, Mrs. Najjat al-Hajjaji, has chaired the Durban II Preparatory Committee for the past two years, and at the beginning of the conference was elected chair of …

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