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Public Address 07/06/06 - Splendidly Patronising

PUBLIC ADDRESS 07/06/06 - Splendidly Patronising

Splendidly patronising | Jun 07, 2006 10:37
Russell Brown's Hard News

Of all the commentary pouring forth on the Green Party's new leadership and apparent re-orientation, the Herald editorial must surely be the most splendidly patronising. It's right and proper for the Greens to declare that they could, under the right conditions (including, it appears, the departure of Don...
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Look ...up in the sky! It's a birdflu! | Jun 06, 2006 11:07
Living the invasion with Tze Ming Mok

Check out the new DC Comics Chinese Government superhero team 'the Great Ten', featuring such wacky stereotype fantasies as a mother who constantly produces litters of 25 warriors, a guy permanently clouded in noxious pandemic-like vapours, and a Socialist Red Guardsman...
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