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Game of Thrones in Europe

Apart from beautiful filming, Game of Thrones has also educational character. Its political content can help immature citizens understand why we need more integration, not isolation as postulated by Brexit. Looking at recent developments, one might expect that Europe is … Continue reading

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4-star service requires skills and a noble attitude, not paternalism and arrogance. An open letter to Vietnam Airlines.

While Vietnam Airlines targets at becoming a 4-star airline, the company fails to meet minimal standards and a proper business attitude. Far from overcoming the filth of communist paternalism, non-existent customer service still reflects the terror of governmental bureaucracy. Lately, … Continue reading

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Thank you Lana Marinovic for making me a cripple. An ode to a drink-driver and notorious public law offender.

More than two years after a disturbing traffic accident, all I have is a name of the offender and a confirmation that cycling in Australia is suicide. A name doesn’t compensate for the incurred losses nor does it cure my … Continue reading

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While asking for more democracy, what citizens really want is anarchy!

Democracy, equity and participation are some of those wonderful terms that stand for a developed society. However, while these metaphors are prominent on paper, in reality they are quickly disappearing. In Australia, the anger over the execution of some drug … Continue reading

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How Pepsi Cola and Converse destroy young artists‘ existence.

You can probably imagine that it’s hard for young artists to make a living from their work. Did you also know that giants like Pepsi Cola sponsor companies that steal the artists’ intellectual property? The name Zing might not say … Continue reading

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The end of civilization?

For long, individuals, NGOs and even members of governments have warned that it was two minutes to twelve in regards to the state of our planet. Others have wrongly claimed that the world would end. Now, current developments and a … Continue reading

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East West Link, civil disobedience and the question of when it’s time we stand up against governmental crimes

After having published a poor CIS at the end of last year, the Linking Melbourne Authority resumed their drilling work early this year, what promptly led to clashes with unhappy citizens. Wrongly accused of “breaching the law” the offenders might … Continue reading

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