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    Quote Originally Posted by ốc View Post
    Di tích lịch sử

    phá hư
    Chưa tới ngày tận thế mà.
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    George Pell: Trump is a barbarian, but 'in some important ways' he's our barbarian
    https://www.theguardian.com/australi...-our-barbarian

    Cardinal George Pell has praised Donald Trump’s “splendid” supreme court appointments, but questioned his effort to sow doubt in the integrity of the US presidential election.During the virtual press conference, Pell said Christians had an obligation to bring their values to the public sphere and said Trump had made a “positive contribution” particularly with his three supreme court picks, two of whom are Catholic.

    “In other areas, I’m not sure that he’s been sufficiently respectful of the political process and it’s important that people believe they’re getting a fair go,” Pell said. “And if that’s not the case, it needs to be established very, very clearly because it’s no small thing to weaken trust in great public institutions.”
    Miễn sao có lợi cho mình là ok.

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    Australia's national anthem to change in attempt to recognise Indigenous history
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    The conservative prime minister, Scott Morrison, made the surprise announcement on New Year’s Eve, saying the change would help foster a “spirit of unity” after a year of big challenges.

    From 1 January, the second line of Advance Australia Fair will say: “For we are one and free.” This replaces the existing line: “For we are young and free.”

    It picks up an idea floated earlier in the year by the New South Wales premier, Gladys Berejiklian, who said the current wording ignored Australia’s “proud First Nations culture” and made some people feel excluded.

    Berejiklian’s proposal to change the wording to “one and free” won support from across the political spectrum, including from the federal minister for
    Indigenous Australians, Ken Wyatt, and even from the firebrand rightwing One Nation party leader, Pauline Hanson.

    The federation of Australia occurred on 1 January 1901 but Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have been living on the continent for tens of thousands of years.

    Morrison’s predecessor, Turnbull, is among many people who say the British colonisation of Australia in 1788 could
    fairly be described as an “invasion”.
    Thấy người sang bắt quàng làm một.
    (Úc ngữ)

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    Quote Originally Posted by ốc View Post
    one and free.
    Biết sai là đã đúng phân nửa.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Triển View Post
    Biết sai là đã đúng phân nửa.
    Biết sai là đỡ phải tự làm.

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    Chiêu này thấy quen quen: tấn công Quốc hội


    Man arrested after axe attack on New Zealand parliament
    https://www.theguardian.com/world/20...and-parliament

    The parliament building, known locally as the Beehive, was attacked before dawn on Wednesday morning, with the lone axeman causing extensive damage to five exterior glass doors leading into the parliament.Police were called to the scene at 5.25am and the man was arrested without incident at 5.35am, a police spokesperson said.

    The 31-year-old is due to appear in Wellington district court on Wednesday and has been charged with intentional damage and possession of an offensive weapon.

    The motivation behind the attack was unknown.

    “The man caused some damage to glass panels but did not attempt to enter the building,” the police spokesperson said.


    Attacks on parliament are rare in New Zealand and prime minister Jacinda Ardern and MPs often appear on the grounds, either to make speeches, meet with and acknowledge protestors, or take in some fresh air.


    The parliament buildings are located in central Wellington, with many politicians walking and cycling through the streets to work.


    In 2019 the climate change minister James Shaw was attacked while walking to parliament house, the first physical assault on a politician in the country in more than a decade.


    The incident prompted Ardern to warn that the easy accessibility of politicians in New Zealand should not be taken for granted.


    The grounds of parliament are commonly used by locals to eat their lunch or enjoy the sunshine in Wellington’s central business district.

    With the recent installation of a playground on parliament grounds, children are also now a common sight.
    Motivation là phản đối bầu cử gian lận chứ còn gì nữa.

 

 

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