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Public Address: My Part In Philip Field's Downfall

PUBLIC ADDRESS 21/09/05 - My part in Philip Field's downfall

No-one is illegal 2: My part in Phillip Field's downfall, and his part in Dividing the Nation and saving my sanity | Sep 21, 2005 09:09
Living the invasion with Tze Ming Mok

Yellow Peril returns to Tilegate: Why? 1. Seeing bloggers use 'Taito' as Phillip Field's first name (it's a matai title guys) is driving me crazy. 2. My growing suspicion that I personally declined Sunan Siriwan refugee status to start with.....
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Ich bin ein Berliner | Sep 21, 2005 06:53
Graham Reid's many things

Well, one newspaper said the country was in crisis because of the uncertain election result, and another said that the voters had lost the opportunity for some necessary reforms. And of course the two protagonists were all over the television looking assured and ready to form a coalition with whoever...
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