Here at the Pickering Post, we are always keen to adopt new technologies. Apparently, through some wonder of Electrickery, it is now possible – to make pictures that move!
Dear Pickering Posters, As you are all aware, I haven’t the time to spend moderating comments on this site. That’s a pity because the comments section is probably the best part of this blog. Unfortunately, our policy of freedom can be misinterpreted as “Free for all.”
After the last traumatic incident, my husband agreed for me and the children to leave immediately. Due to finances, we could not all leave at the same time. Consequently, I have been in Australia with my children for 7 months. I was not allowed to work for the first 3 months and lived from the support of family members and friends who helped us during this time. Many, at the time, were strangers.
George Megalogenis is a Greek-Australian and a leading multiculturalist. He recently penned an article in the Sydney Morning Herald admitting that Australia is splitting ethnically.
Last year a good bloke recommended a public figure called Emma Eros as a writer for The XYZ. She had an online following, was a Muslim who spoke out against various aspects of Islam, and she’d had a bit of a spat with Milo over whether or not to deport all or just some Muslims from the West.
Dear Australia, I am a Boer woman; a white South African born in the post-Apartheid era. I understand that the idea of Apartheid is very distasteful to many people in stable, Western, majority White nations.
Capitalism is evil. Rich white men start companies and constantly raise prices to gouge the consumers. Meanwhile, they employ poor, working class people and drive down their wages.
Applications are open for grants up to $40,000 for projects that encourage people from migrant and refugee backgrounds to participate in all Queensland has to offer. Multicultural Affairs Minister Stirling Hinchliffe said the Celebrating Multicultural Queensland program funds community projects that help build a united, harmonious and inclusive Queensland.
There is a big difference between a city being sacred in the eyes of God and it being a sacred Islamic city.Jerusalem is home to around 400,000 Muslims, but is it a sacred city according to Islam?