How the neo-conservative government of John Howard has set out to change the basic culture of Australian society. Put out more flags: the making of another America - 28 February 2006
Blame Basra on the British - 03 October 2005
"Public money earmarked to help lift Tanzania's children out of poverty was instead laundered into the coffers of BAE and Barclays, with Tony Blair acting as bagman. Again, Blair had to override the objections of own cabinet - and protests from the World Bank, which rarely sees a sweetheart deal for Western interests it doesn't like - in order to foist an extravagant, useless white elephant on the people of Tanzania. In that nation, as the Guardian notes, 'life expectancy is only 43 years, the poorest third of the population live on less than a dollar a day, and 45 percent of public spending is provided by Western donors."' http://www.truthout.org/docs_2006/012707D.shtml
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