Is anybody there?

Where is the voice crying out in the wilderness? The four horsemen of the Apocalypse are here already.  Wars and conflicts are creating havoc as greed and power are the order of the days. Famine and hunger due to corruption and  wars are leading to millions of dead in Africa, as countries that used to … [Read the full story]

Robert Mugabe is Africa’s Adolf Hitler

This used to be, and was once known as the ‘Bread-basket of Africa’, because of its agricultural richness. Today, Zimbabwe is at the mercy of its dictator, President Robert Mugabe. Unemployment is to 90% and communities exist in poverty and squalor, but it’s the horrific violence that’s driving two million refugees across the border to … [Read the full story]

Tommy Taylor’s SRU

It was Easter last week – do we remember our childhood and the message of Easter, Bible stories and the resurrection of Jesus Christ? Do you remember stories from the Old Testament and the warnings about sin and punishment? Do you really think this is the time for processions supporting gay marriage…for political decisions to … [Read the full story]

Tommy Taylor’s SRU

A young child killed in her bed by a motorist crashing through the wall of her bedroom, children killed by rocket attacks in Syria and fire in a disco killed hundreds of youngsters in Brazil.  What terrible tragedies. France sending in troops to fight in Africa…are they mad? After a disaster in Vietnam, which drew … [Read the full story]

World predictions for 2013

Next year has the magical number thirteen to generate good and bad over the coming twelve months. Europe is going through a tough time…it will get even tougher next year. Watch out for the UK to cause a few heart stopping moments for the Germans and French. In America the President will find his second … [Read the full story]

The origin of man comes from a place in Africa

The theory that modern humans came from one place in Africa has been challenged by new research. A study showed the Khoe and San peoples of the sub-Sahara are descendents of the earliest diversification event in the history of all humans, some 100,000 years ago. The findings, involving 220 participants representing 11 populations across southern … [Read the full story]

Governments rely too much on donations

Like me, I expect you get mail most days asking for your help in selling raffle tickets or donating money to worthy causes. Add to this the TV adverts showing the under-privileged in Africa or Asia requesting our monetary assistance, from fresh water, starvation and of course disease. Often I find myself saying, why the … [Read the full story]

Whose fault is it?

After years of study and living history of the past hundred years, I have finally worked out why we are in such a bad way. The Second World War was a time of bombing and destruction and terrible loss of human life. Did we learn anything from two world wars? Well, we learned to keep … [Read the full story]

Pauline Hanson could be Queen of radio on 6PR

Yesterday Pauline Hanson revealed that she was interested in talk-back radio. Steve Mills on 6PR 882 radio station asked the question when she was on his breakfast show and she was more than interested. Pauline Hanson mentioned that she had been to Perth before but was in no way a local. Steve Mills let her … [Read the full story]

Leave the Dingo alone

The Azaria Chamberlain ‘Dingo’ case is trying to be re-opened by her dad, Michael Chamberlain. She died in 1980, and Dr. Michale Chamberlain wants to warn the world that Dingoes are predatory killers that will attack more children in the future. The fact is, that domestic dogs like the Rottweiler, Pit-Bull and Staffordshire Terrier, amongst … [Read the full story]

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