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September 21 2019

"Unlike Hegel and Marx, who had more teleological theories of history (meaning they thought history in general moved in a given direction, more or less towards a given thing), Simone Weil thought history was more like biological evolution, where the stronger species survive and the weaker perish in any given environment, nothing is evolving towards anything, and you can't even say that species are "improving" beyond their survivability in their environment."

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September 11 2019

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July 31 2019

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June 25 2019


Punkrock für die Welt Taschenbuch – 15. April 2016

Tags: Lesen

May 29 2019



Keinen Bock mehr auf komplexe Gedankengänge,
nachzudenken über die Zusammenhänge,
weder über das große Ganze noch über die Details,
warum was wie läuft und den ganzen Scheiß.
Keinen Bock mehr auf das ganze Cassandrawissen
und all das and're Wissen, von dem man nichts wissen will.
Keinen Bock mehr auf mich querlegen,
ich war jetzt lange genug dagegen.

Voll Bock auf einmal, mich selbst zu inszenieren.
Voll Bock auf einmal, mein Selbst zu eliminieren.
Keinen Bock mehr auf nerviges Philosophieren.
Voll Bock auf einmal, mein Essen abzufotografieren.
Voll Bock auf einmal auf Jobs, Deadlines, Habenwollen.
Voll Bock auf einmal auf den aktuellen Trend.
Voll Bock auf einmal auf Arbeit, die das Unrecht stützt,
Arbeit, die nicht gerade vor Burnout schützt.

May 22 2019

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May 18 2019

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March 31 2019

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The nuclear free campaign actively advocates the need to address the long-term impacts of the Australian uranium sector in a way that does not allow cost shifting from mining companies to the public purse – now or in the future.

Uranium mine rehabilitation is complex and notoriously costly. The rehabilitation of Rio Tinto’s Ranger uranium mine in Kakadu is set to cost over $600 million. Smaller companies like Toro Energy and Vimy Resources who only have WA uranium projects may not have the capacity to meet comprehensive rehabilitation costs.

Read the Raising the Standard booklet for assessing and regulating uranium in WA.
http://www.ccwa.org.au/nuclearfreewa under Reports

WA Labor now has both the ability and the responsibility to begin this process of change. Securing the full cost of rehabilitation through 100% mine closure bonds is the most assured way to ensure that the funds are available to adequately remediate sites and provides a meaningful incentive for companies to fully comply with rehabilitation obligations and expectations.


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