November 16th 2019


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COVER STORY Extinction Rebellion: So, it's goodnight to us and a big welcome to mega-bucks

EDITORIAL A second chance to secure Australia's future

FOREIGN AFFAIRS Early UK election will be another Brexit vote

CANBERRA OBSERVED Struggle is on not to let censorship have the last word

GENDER POLITICS Children are being given drugs that are dangerous even for elite athletes

NATIONAL AFFAIRS Thoroughbreds are literally racing for their lives

POLITICAL COMMENTARY Tony Abbott continues faithful to the broad Liberal church

MILITARY HISTORY Timor-Leste a free nation 20 years after INTERFET

CLIMATE SCIENCE V XR Is a tipping point close or is the emergency contrived?

RENEWABLE ENERGY Whatever happened to the World Solar Challenge?

ASIAN AFFAIRS How long has China's Red Dynasty really got?

HUMOUR Vote 1 for the Troposphere

MUSIC Genre fatigue: Jazz rock arrived with a bang, left with a whisper

CINEMA Terminator: Dark Fate: The heart that makes us human

CINEMA Ride Like a Girl: Celebrating family, faith and fortitude

BOOK REVIEW Quirky look at grand-scale egoism

BOOK REVIEW Clear critique of flaws of globalism

POETRY

LETTERS

NATIONAL AFFAIRS Cardinal Pell's appeal to go to High Court

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COVER STORY Extinction Rebellion: So, it's goodnight to us and a big welcome to mega-bucks
 
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EDITORIAL A second chance to secure Australia's future
Australia missed the opportunity to invest its huge export earnings from the resources boom in new industries and products. However, record low interest rates have given us a second chance.
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FOREIGN AFFAIRS Early UK election will be another Brexit vote
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has advanced towards Brexit by securing an in-principle vote in the House of Commons, followed by an overwhelming vote for a general election on December 12.
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CANBERRA OBSERVED Struggle is on not to let censorship have the last word
Scott Morrison faces decisions on not one but two important freedoms that are under threat in Australia – freedom of religion and freedom of the press.
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GENDER POLITICS Children are being given drugs that are dangerous even for elite athletes
There is concern about the effects of the use of testosterone and other cross-sex hormones on the health of elite athletes; and yet this is what is being fed to children and young people to transition gender.”
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NATIONAL AFFAIRS Thoroughbreds are literally racing for their lives
Horse racing does not usually make it into the pages of News Weekly, though no doubt the “sport” has its followers among the journal’s readership. But what is happening in the sport now reaches deep into matters that touch both economics and social attitudes. The industry is said to be a big part of the economy and a significant employer of what has become highly specialised labour.
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POLITICAL COMMENTARY Tony Abbott continues faithful to the broad Liberal church
Astonishingly, after what the Liberal Party has done to him – his humiliating defenestration in 2015 followed by his non-selection for even the most junior ministry by two subsequent Liberal prime ministers – Tony Abbott is still cheering them on.
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MILITARY HISTORY Timor-Leste a free nation 20 years after INTERFET
In Canberra on October 15, 2019, the Australian War Memorial (AWM) held a two-hour symposium to consider Australia’s contribution to the International Force for East Timor (INTERFET).
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CLIMATE SCIENCE V XR Is a tipping point close or is the emergency contrived?
The emergence of the Extinction Rebellion phenomenon over recent months has seen community disruption in many Western cities, heralded by a generally fawning and uncritical media.
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RENEWABLE ENERGY Whatever happened to the World Solar Challenge?
The World Solar Challenge – a 3,000-kilometre car race from Darwin to Adelaide to showcase the future of solar-powered vehicles – began with great fanfare and extensive national and international media coverage on October 13.
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ASIAN AFFAIRS How long has China's Red Dynasty really got?
Since paramount leader Deng Xiaoping proclaimed, “to get rich is glorious”, the economic revolution in the People’s Republic of China (PRC) has lifted 850 million people out of absolute poverty, a great social achievement.
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HUMOUR Vote 1 for the Troposphere
by the International Team of Sciences and the Climate Rescue Action Party (ITS CRAP)
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MUSIC Genre fatigue: Jazz rock arrived with a bang, left with a whisper
 
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CINEMA Terminator: Dark Fate: The heart that makes us human
The first two Terminator films are exercises in pure, pulse-pounding pulpiness – adrenaline-driven action movies with enough wit and heart to transcend the explosions and one-liners and become part of the culture. Terminator: Dark Fate continues this tradition of “variations on a theme by James Cameron”, variations that in this case succeed marvellously due to the quality of the production and the humanity that runs through it. Attacking this film for being derivative is like calling a new production of Hamlet derivative for using Shakespeare’s script.
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CINEMA Ride Like a Girl: Celebrating family, faith and fortitude
I am no fan of the Melbourne Cup: gambling, horse racing and frippery do not appeal to me. However, Ride Like a Girl captivated me, drawing me into the story with its well-written dialogue peppered with wry humour, beautiful camera work and superb acting.
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BOOK REVIEW Quirky look at grand-scale egoism
And he certainly describes how they constructed and practised the cult by exploiting all the means that 20th-century science put at their disposal, from radio, newspapers, cinema and aeroplanes, to the humble and ubiquitous loudspeaker.
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BOOK REVIEW Clear critique of flaws of globalism
Rodrik traces all the problems of globalisation that are troubling the Western world today back to this reality. The reasons are simple. For globalisation to work as effectively as its supporters claimed, it would need to be contained within a framework of globally acceptable and enforceable rules. In the absence of such governing rules, global business proceeds on the basis of anarchy.
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POETRY
Scanning the Distance
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LETTERS
On October 22, The West Australian carried an article under the grandiose headline, “Expert panel reach out to MPs to quash fake news on voluntary assisted dying laws”, in which in was reported that former West Australian governor Malcolm McCusker “reached out to all Upper House MPs” in a bid to quash “fake news” concerning proposed euthanasia and voluntary assisted suicide laws.
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NATIONAL AFFAIRS Cardinal Pell's appeal to go to High Court
The High Court of Australia has granted leave for Cardinal George Pell to appeal against his conviction on sex-abuse charges.
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