Every time I turn on ABC Melbourne radio I am confronted with problems about which I can do nothing. A friend of mine visiting from Thailand described this radio station as “a problem a day,” which resonated loudly with me. The latest problem which gets non-stop air time is “the housing crisis.” Then there is the problem of Melbourne's newer suburbs with only one way in and one way out, keeping cars waiting in long queues to exit on the way to work.
We predicted this would happen when the Vic government put developers in charge of what happens to the many golfcourses in Melbourne and regional Victoria. The seizure of these green public and private lands is now being normalised on public media.
Look at last night's fascinating discussion on The Duran (with Alex Christoforou and Alexander Mercouris) about the war in Ukraine and what is happening regarding the oil trade and currencies in the world outside US-NATO, in reaction to US-NATO sanctions.
This video opens with former President Poreshenko (7 June 2014 – 20 May 2019) on Ukraine parliamentary TV talking up genocide in Donbass: https://ww