The Roman Tragedy of Australian Politics

When Julius Caesar was stabbed in the back in 44 BC  the political stability of the Roman Empire set a new term to what “backstabbing” meant.  In Australia for the past near decade the Roman Tragedy that is likened to the backstabbing of Caesar has been played out on the Australian and world stage. What … Continue reading The Roman Tragedy of Australian Politics

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Eurovision Or Political Vision – Can Votes Ever Be Unbiased?

Hot off the heels of the Eurovision I wonder really is there such a thing as an unbiased vote when historically politics set the results of the votes to determine a winner. Perhaps there is still a slight underlying political tone even though the voting procedure has changed in the last few years. My argument … Continue reading Eurovision Or Political Vision – Can Votes Ever Be Unbiased?

Planes, trains and the Internet: Sydney’s doomed infrastructure network.

Sydney, it’s meant to be the hub of Australia’s economy but for a central business district (CBD) why are there so many infrastructure problems? In recent months commuters and the public in general have felt the inconvenience of what happens when transport and the Internet don’t work, as they should. To start with there’s the … Continue reading Planes, trains and the Internet: Sydney’s doomed infrastructure network.