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Chris Alderman 19h
When will they get independence from Australian aid or Chinese finance?
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Chris Alderman 23h
Sorry, but I think it’s worth considering why the coups (that’s plural) really took place. In any case, we need advice from a military dictator like a hole in the head.
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Chris Alderman Jan 17
And I’m not sure that our Fijian friends brand if democracy is anything to aspire to.
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Chris Alderman Jan 17
I think we might be on different trains here friend. Silly Scott M will be gone in May, it will be of his making & that if his own party. I’m not sure that Indian people are necessarily the prime focus of those protesting peanuts either.
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Chris Alderman Jan 17
Replying to @AaronMSanchez
Sixpence in a serve of Christmas pudding
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Chris Alderman Jan 17
Replying to @SBSNews
This gent who orchestrated not one but two military coups because he & mates felt disadvantaged by the enterprising approaches of Fijian Indian business people. Now it seems Chinese $ is just fine & is an added leverage tool to preach to Australia, send us aid or lose influence.
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Chris Alderman Jan 17
Replying to @newscomauHQ
Let’s make it the 30th February. Or don’t have one at all. Then let’s start in nagging and whining about Anzac Day, then Christmas. The seasoned professional agitators can keep focusing on new targets. Seems easier than actually doing something real and constructive.
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Chris Alderman Jan 16
I think the last part of your answer is relevant. Let’s change it every couple of years. Or have a yearly plebiscite. Or ask the queen or Meghan Markle. Or just bloody do it and stick with it. The constant changing is undignified and not required. Pick something and commit, I say
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Chris Alderman Jan 16
Replying to @ToryShepherd
Perhaps like “Brexit referendum wrong time to as Britons about leaving the EU,” especially when they reply with an answer that does not suit some people. The bloody democracy thing, my word it can be a nuisance.
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Chris Alderman Jan 16
Replying to @newscomauHQ
Let’s agree to change, provided the agitators can agree on what date they want, and can commit to this being permanent. Of course this effectively means no change ever, as the whining protagonists can’t even agree on whether to have soy or almond “milk” in their turmeric lattes.
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Chris Alderman Jan 15
Let’s also not forget that in identifying issues and tactfully resolving them, pharmacists also “teach” a valuable lesson for the other party involved. Irrespective of whether the errant party acknowledges or not, the learnings often stick for the future.
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Chris Alderman Jan 13
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Chris Alderman Jan 13
Replying to @realDonaldTrump
Take it from one of many people who knows the truth. Essential medications cost far more in the USA than comparable countries. Lowerthe cost of health care & you’ll generate savings enough to build 5 walls (if you really must have walls, which are silly anyway)
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Chris Alderman Jan 12
Replying to @australian
FFS change the day, but know that the whining, bleating & nagging will never stop. If not the National day, it will be the flag, head of state, anthem, constitution or side of the road we drive on. Ask the agitators to agree on what they want before changing - they are incapable.
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Chris Alderman Jan 11
Replying to @whitecoat_au
1. Does nothing 2. Expensive nonsense, makes charlatans wealthy 3. Attractive to the gullible 4. Diverts people from what might work 5. Proponents will not subject it to controlled trials 6. Should be outlawed for individual & public good
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Chris Alderman Jan 11
Replying to @_David_Ng
Hmm - is this a trap? Is it actually true. You are < 65 yrs Dave
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Chris Alderman Jan 9
I hate in when people are afraid to express their opinions...
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Chris Alderman Jan 9
Replying to @newscomauHQ
I can’t help but wonder how IS would deal with the problem of a prisoner causing them heartburn?
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Chris Alderman Jan 7
Replying to @pwa_crothers
In fact, I suggest that no one blames anyone for anything. I have many good friends who are IMGs also. What’s a good ointment for thin skin?
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Chris Alderman Jan 7
Replying to @pwa_crothers
Oh dear. Without buying into a bun fight Peter, i might have been out a lot more than you realize, including quite a few rural & remote communities, in particular one I have a substantial connection to. AND the places where those IMGs actually trained in the first place.
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