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Aractus 17, December, 2010

Atheists often believe Christians such as myself are less intellectual than they are. Recently on a certain forum I was told I should study physics; in response to this I talked nothing but physics for the remainder of the thread. Needless to say, not a single other person could even discuss it at my level. […]

Australia’s (in)decision 2010 and the Left

Bob de Bilde 24, August, 2010

I am a disillusioned lefty. I was a strong left wing idealist & in some areas remain so. In 2007 I saw in Kevin Rudd a new Australian statesman. He came across as the nice version of John Howard, having the same sensibly policies in many areas but willing to do the nice things little […]

The bitter stench of BP’s oil

Aractus 09, July, 2010

You know, the oil spill is bad enough, especially its environmental implications, but then to politicise this escapade insults the intelligence of every human being on the planet. We’ve forgotten that thirteen people were killed. The news isn’t interested in that; but is more interested in the political aspects. The Poms blame Obama, and Obama […]

The End Is Nigh…

Bob de Bilde 08, July, 2010

Well not for a while but within the life span of our kids (if anyone bothers to have more than one). Is this about the second coming? No, it’s about decline of the West. More specifically about the unsustainable social welfare state. Now don’t get me wrong I believe that we should help those in […]

Kevin is no longer hot, but Gillard is steaming!

Aractus 27, June, 2010

Every Australian should feel insulted today – especially ALP supporters, but everyone nonetheless. The very idea that people would actually believe that it was “Rudd’s fault” for the ALP’s record, just because he’s the leader, is – well – insulting. The ALP broke their election promises, not Rudd, the ALP. The way in which Rudd […]

Hi, I’m an Islamophobic

Aractus 21, June, 2010

Okay, back to business. Let’s talk about organized religion. A topic for another day will be the theory of the big bang, which was adopted after the discovery that the universe is expanding. To say that the universe had an origin, supposes that it was indeed created; and to say that it was created infers […]