By Andy Paine The Asia Pacific region is undergoing major growth in defence and aviation, with budgets in many countries continuing to rise and an ever increasing level of sophistication in technologies, equipment, systems and operational methods. So goes the promotion from the Avalon International Aerospace and Defence Exposition, “the biggest aviation, aerospace and defence… [Read more] The mists of Avalon Air Show: Shrouded in lies!
WAGE PEACE BRIEFING Many of us are concerned about Australian arms sales to the Saudis. But we want you to know that 1/ the US stopped fuelling Saudi war planes 2/ several European countries have stopped selling arms to the Saudis 3/ the Liberal party have dumped General Jim Molan – demoted to the bottom… [Read more] Join this Briefing – Arms exports and the export of #toxicSAS abuse
Forgive us our trespasses… by Nick Deane What better day is there than Remembrance or ‘Armistice’ Day, the day the Great War ended, to express the hope that wars are no longer necessary or productive and that peace should prevail? Where else might one hope to meet others who share the view that the best… [Read more] Peace not welcome at Remembrance Day
Action on the Invictus Games #IG2018 – #Disrupt2018 Reading Michelle Fahy below, on the insidious weapons industry, reminds us that Invictus is more than overcoming adversity for veterans. Increasing war and militarism is a much bigger danger. War is fuelled by the weapons manufacturers. The corporations require war. Their people are moving into Australian institutions:… [Read more] Take Action on Arms Traders at the Invictus Games – #Disrupt2018
Students at Melbourne University are locked on this morning to their administration building blocking people from getting in – they are saying no to education for war. Call Melbourne University Right Now on 136352 or send them an email at firstname.lastname@example.org Deputy Vice Chancellor of research Jim McCluskey Dvcemail@example.com Tell them: “Release to the public the… [Read more] Uni Students Locked on Against War at Melb Uni