Month: July 2014

Misguided Australians seek an ISIS terrorist career & misadventure

Peter Adamis  29 July 2014.  Everyone recognises the Uncle Sam recruiting poster of the Civil War except that in this case it is a satire recruiting poster for ISIS with Osama bin laden image on the front. This poster would not appeal to the average Aussie as it has no meaning to them and in…

BALLIEUGATE 11

Peter Adamis  29 July 2014.   These past few weeks Victorians have been fed little fibs, big fibs and a lot of misinformation surrounding the BaillieuGate leaked tape. its contents, location and its subsequent disposal by embarrassed Labor officials. A complete copy of the article may be downloaded by clicking on: BALLIEUGATE 11 Labors’ lost opportunities.                      The…

BAILLIEUGATE 10

Peter Adamis  July 2014.   What a waste of man-hours, resources and money over an alleged stolen tape. My question is what was the end result?  A Victorian public lapping it all up or a Victorian public fed up?  My uneducated guess it’s the latter.  I read one blog comment recently that stated “Oh what a…

BAILLIEUGATE 9

Peter Adamis  27 July 2014.  Politics is not for the faint hearted as some are beginning to find out. The political environment within the Victorian region is such that it could come close to rivaling the intrigues of a Byzantine era and the zealots of a bygone Roman era. A copy of the complete document…

Flight Malaysia Air MH17 and Nick Norris loved by his troops

Peter Adamis  18 July 2014.   It is with great sadness to hear of the untimely death of Nick Norris. I first heard of his death whilst driving home from lunch with some ex Army cobbers. During my drive along St Georges Road, I turned on the radio and heard the announcement that a chap from…

Propaganda or merely reporting the news

Peter Adamis  18 July 2014.  In the age of technology, controlling the media and online social networks comes at a price to industry and to the consumer.   For some strange reasons we are attracted to and gravitate towards human suffering.  We want to know what is happening, to feel but not to be personally touched…

Australian domestic jihad terrorist risk management

Peter Adamis  17 July 2014.   Australia is currently facing a number of challenges which have short term and long term consequences for the economy, security and culture.  Illegal boats, unrest in the Pacific basin, returning “Jihad”  Australian citizens, cyber warfare online attacks on individuals and institutions, rising basic foodstuffs and utilities are but some of the issues that…

Australian Flag is it time for a change

Peter Adamis  15 July 2014.  The view from our bedroom window.   Flying the flag at home.   It may be tattered, old and tired. Yet it never stops to rest when the wind blows. (See below for an explanation). A copy of the article may be downloaded by clicking on: AUSTRALIAN FLAG IS IT TIME FOR A CHANGE…