This #illridewithyou initiative has brought a tear this cynical old bastard's eye.
Aussies are volunteering to ride on public transport alongside Muslims worried about the treatment they'll get from certain sections of society...Abernathy wrote:I'll ride with you ? Was ist das ?
No prizes for guessing Mr Jones's voting intentionsDavid Jones @DavidJo52951945
#illridewithyou is perhaps the most stupid hashtag I have seen.
Only blind and foolish believe Muslims are good people @DavidJo52951945
anders @andersjump · 2h 2 hours ago
Hitler a mistake he hurt the Jews that was bad it should've been all muzzies @da7my7 @antimuslamic
Nashrin786, Birmingham, United Kingdom, 4 hours ago
"I'll ride with you". This just made my day. I'm nineteen years old, I live in England and I choose to wear the headscarf whenever I make my way to University and everywhere, really. It's nice to know there are always people in the world who help those who are in need of help. Peace be upon you my brothers and sisters in humanity!
Dianne, Melbourne, Australia, 3 hours ago
Fenwoman, Wisbech, United Kingdom, 3 hours ago
heartening to see people with common sense and compassion.
Anders seems a bit confused about his hero's choice of middle eastern allies.The Red Arrow wrote:Anders. Interesting choice of monicker.
http://www.wsws.org/en/articles/2015/01 ... m-j12.html" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;The state Liberal government in Tasmania is setting sweeping precedents for the suppression of protests against, and even criticism of, corporate activities. Having already imposed laws last November banning protests near business premises, the government last week confirmed that it is preparing new legislation, unique in Australia, to allow corporations to sue people for defamation.
The anti-democratic legislation will give companies operating anywhere in Australia the power to drag individuals or organisations through the courts, potentially bankrupting them, just for criticising their activities, including on social media. Defamation damages can run into millions of dollars in alleged lost profits, on top of the legal costs of fighting such cases.
Those potentially subject to the new defamation laws will include workers organising industrial campaigns against a company or industry, groups mounting boycott campaigns against particular corporations, and organisations exposing exploitative or destructive corporate operations. Even historians writing on the nefarious past record of a still-operating company could be financially ruined.
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