Monthly Archives: June 2004

Histoire secrète de l’Union européenne

European leaders 1949 1a LL

Après avoir libéré l’Europe occidentale, en 1945, les États-Unis et le Royaume-Uni décident de la redessiner en créant les États-Unis d’Europe. À coups de millions de dollars, la CIA et le JIC financent les associations pro-européennes pour en faire des instruments de l’endiguement du communisme. Allen Dulles et Joseph Retinger parviennent à créer le Conseil de l’Europe et la CECA, ... Read More »

A young refugee’s plea for a better future

I am an 18-year-old female refugee from Bamiyan, Afghanistan. I am in year 12 at Holroyd High School and I am studying for my HSC. I came to Australia in September 2000. We left Afghanistan because of civil war, persecution, ethnic cleansing of my people, the Hazara, the dangerous environment and the unfair treatment of girls and women. We children ... Read More »

Ronald Reagan

Ronald Reagan, the 40th President of the United States who died on Saturday aged 93, turned to politics after a career in films, and proved in Washington – far more effectively than in Hollywood – that the best actors are those who appear to put in the least effort. Criticised for the simplicity of his political philosophy, for the banality ... Read More »