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Sandra K Eckersley🔹
Writer, Critic, Ideas Broker & Devil's Advocate. Committed to exposing hypocrisy - no exceptions. Not afraid to speak truth to power. Supporting FAIRNESS.
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Sandra K Eckersley🔹 40m
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Apparently the Statute of Limitations for Federal crimes is ten years not five but for , that should still expire next year, in 2020.
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Sandra K Eckersley🔹 44m
US to interview Swedish friend of Julian , arrested in , who officials have alleged was part of a plot hatched with two unidentified Russian hackers to threaten to release compromising documents about President Lenin Moreno.
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Sandra K Eckersley🔹 54m
Josh Frydenberg has not received any assurances from the USA that Trump will not on a whim install crippling tariffs on Australian products. All those years of brown nosing has amounted to nothing.
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Sandra K Eckersley🔹 58m
Replying to @MichaelJosem
That’s why we are investing in renewable energy.
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Sandra K Eckersley🔹 10h
I seriously don’t see how the UK would send Assange to the USA. Weak case. Too controversial a decision with too volatile & unlawful a US administration. Hope it’s fought on first amendment rights & press freedom not health grounds. Julian has form for plea deals.
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Sandra K Eckersley🔹 10h
The statute of limitations, of five years, applied to the three allegations of the first alleged Swedish victim of Assange despite the investigation being ongoing.
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Sandra K Eckersley🔹 10h
Replying to @timminchin
Ben Heard is paid to promote Nuclear Power. He’s a consultant for the Uranium and Nuclear Industry.
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Nadine Chemali  نادين 24h
Sophie is 600% a white man named Dustin from North Carolina masturbating into the glow of his monitor. He really likes crisps.
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Sandra K Eckersley🔹 11h
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Sandra K Eckersley🔹 11h
Replying to @LeonHewer @BNW_Ben
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Sandra K Eckersley🔹 11h
Replying to @LeonHewer @BNW_Ben
Curiosity? I’ve been looking at this issue for DECADES.
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Sandra K Eckersley🔹 11h
Replying to @timminchin
95% of the energy powering Tasmania will be from renewable power sources by the end of the year with the opening of two new wind farms. Renewable energy not nuclear energy is the now, not just the future.
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Sandra K Eckersley🔹 11h
Replying to @BNW_Ben
But it’s old technology. Old expensive and unpopular.
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Sandra K Eckersley🔹 11h
Replying to @timminchin
Nuclear is NOT the answer. The IPA is pushing nuclear for vested interests. Nuclear is being phased out in Europe & is unsuited to Australia’s vast countryside. We’d need dozens of nuclear power plants & they cost billions to build.
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Sandra K Eckersley🔹 11h
Replying to @BNW_Ben
Rubbish.
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Sandra K Eckersley🔹 11h
There is no such thing as a stupid question.
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Old Catholic Boys Daily has some news, more sex stuff ...
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The Intercept Jun 16
The fact that Mohammed bin Salman has been embraced closely by everyone from Donald Trump to Emmanuel Macron to Theresa May should be a source of shame for those of us living in the West, writes .
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Mrs & Mr Wilma Slurrie 17h
So confusing: International Journal of Cancer estimates a total of 16,000 deaths across Europe from Chernobyl. Andrew Bolt, failed uni student and opinion writer for Murdoch rag, says less than 100. Who to believe?
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Sandra K Eckersley🔹 12h
Yes. The is really pushing for Nuclear power as the next money making scheme for their shadowy members.
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