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Marcus Campbell
Comms at . Research on human rights, comparative religion and West Papua. Solidarity, sociology, sports.
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Jake Wishart Nov 21
Seeing as this piece didn't ask for a worker perspective from a union or young worker organisation at all, here are some facts that could have been canvassed along with the ravings of these two entitled idiots:
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Marcus Campbell 20h
Yep - and whenever Liberals use the frame “putting more money in your pocket,” they mean shifting it from one pocket to the other, never an outright increase
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Marcus Campbell 20h
Paul Keating on is everyone’s grandfather ranting to nobody in particular about the “hide” on the “Libs” for undermining an excellent superannuation system and every single one of them is correct.
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Marcus Campbell Nov 20
54 people arrested in Merauke just for planning a meeting to discuss the extension of ’s Special Autonomy status. An appalling crackdown on civil society and human rights defenders.
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Marcus Campbell Nov 19
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Marcus Campbell Nov 18
The media keeps describing a "culture of secrecy" in the Australian SAS as if it's an irregularity. Secrecy is a defining feature of 'special forces' the world over. The govts who set them up (and set them loose) are just as responsible for what happens.
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Evan Smith Nov 17
Solidarity with Associate Professor who is being targeted by sections of the online right for her research on racism. Her work regarding discourses on what constitutes 'racism' is very much needed at this time and should be defended against these attacks.
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Marcus Campbell Nov 11
Replying to @DeeQuigDJQ
So true. Was so disturbed to hear how hidden and manipulative it was. She’s going through a divorce now and I’m supporting as best I can from a distance (now lives a long way away)
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Marcus Campbell Nov 10
Replying to @m_arcusc
The spiritual abuse was what kept it going so long. Terrible patriarchal theology that ‘justified’ his anger, threats, undermining her self esteem, controlling finances and movements etc. She was made to feel like the guilty party.
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Marcus Campbell Nov 10
Caught up with an old friend since high school. She’s been married nearly 15 years and just told me the whole time her husband has been psychologically, financially and spiritually abusive. I wish I had spotted the signs and asked better questions.
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Marcus Campbell Nov 9
the radicals are at the presbytery level : )
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Marcus Campbell Nov 9
unlikely considering they dropped Uniting Earth folks a few months ago...
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Tom Ballard Nov 9
Credit to Morrison for not letting sex scandals distract his government from their focus on keeping people living below the poverty line
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Marcus Campbell Nov 9
Seeing live how abuse stays hidden and powerful men are protected: other powerful men sit in a room and debate the reputation of the perpetrator
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Marcus Campbell Nov 9
Replying to @Drew_McCloud
Totally.
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Marcus Campbell Nov 9
When a politician grandstands about ‘family values’ you can usually set your watch and wait for news to break about their sex scandal.
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Marcus Campbell Nov 9
Replying to @m_arcusc
Not accusing anyone of anything, just describing a vibe. Easy to imagine a culture developing among bubble staffers as something like expats overseas – who take a lack of accountability and run a mile with it.
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Marcus Campbell Nov 9
This reminds me of the junior staffers who ferry people/lobbyists around to meetings with MPs. Majority are young men, sharp suits, often seem wired or hungover, inflated sense of their own importance.
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Marcus Campbell Nov 9
Hopeful tonight. So great the sense of solidarity and civic engagement is still burning strong in Broken Hill. No reason it has to stay in the past, or in regional areas.
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Marcus Campbell Nov 8
Dems lose: “the left is disconnected and needs to do soul searching.” Dems win: “the left is disconnected and needs to do soul searching.” Everyone else is fine just as they are.
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