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Public Address 14/12/05 - Left Wing Liberal Evil

PUBLIC ADDRESS 14/12/05 - Left Wing Liberal Evil

Left Wing Liberal Evil | Dec 14, 2005 11:12
Russell Brown's Hard News

As some readers will doubtless be aware, I have a status amongst many members of the local right-wing blogosphere as the very symbol of Left Wing Liberal Evil. Given that I'm a director of two small companies and have an interest in another, I write for two business magazines (and...,


Holiday from Cambodia (and from the rest of the continent and sub-continent) | Dec 14, 2005 09:53
Living the invasion with Tze Ming Mok

Given that Keith Ng is on my fantasy-holiday while I am stuck here, and that one Chinese Public Address anarchist tearing through the streets of Hong Kong during the WTO is both Yellow and Perilous enough for everybody, I've put myself on forced vacation - from being Asian...,


WTO: What The Ouck? | Dec 14, 2005 08:00
Keith Ng off the election trail

Self-fulfilling or otherwise, the predictions for the Korean delegation turned out to be true, with an active contingent of them taking on the riot police and getting confettied with mace, while a flotilla of them made a seaborne protest - that's seaborne, sans boat...,


Metics Ten | Dec 13, 2005 19:15
Che Tibby's view from Wellington

There's been a little agitation about the lack of continuation of the Metics series, so I thought I had better get cracking and continue the story. After all, I'm sure there's a world of people out there waiting to hear about this one...,


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