I first interviewed Malcolm Fraser more than 30 years ago when I was a full time mainstream media journalist & broadcaster – this interview is not very MSM and not meant to be an objective analysis. It was a delight.
The former PM and member of the World Eminent Persons’ Group remains active as the Founding Chairman of CARE Australia.
He’s graciously agreed to talk again before the end of the year. meanwhile please follow him on twitter @MalcolmFraser12 ( and if you can handle a massive stream of alt news – use lists to manage high volume accts – follow me @perthtones )
The 20 minute audio is unedited to preserve it’s integrity, sections will be replayed on Perth radio 6PR Oct 13,14.
I’ve been asked to manage online media for hudna.org and have gladly accepted, formalising peace work I began to do with Eyal Ehrlich years ago – please contact me if you can help with geeky goodness or other practical support.
Our twitter, YouTube accounts and website will be up & running soon – plase follow my personal acct @perthtones for new developments with Hudna.
More details of the revitalized campaign.. to come – middle ground rising…
Below are some screen caps from the website under construction – we’ll also be blogging and linking with peace groups, activists and individuals across the Middle east and globally.
The safety dealbreaker for uranium mining has again been highlighted with the news of new radioactive leaks in the world heritage listed Kakadu National Park.
Then there’s what to do with the long lasting toxic waste ( see post on US nuclear waste plans in disarray earlier in this blog )
This accidentally released video shows Pangea spending good money to promote storing nuclear waste in Western Australia and the Northern Territory.
Please subscribe to this blog ( above right ) and keep in touch with the no-uranium movement ( google ANAWA and hang in for new website, blogs and activism ) that has been stung back into action by Colin Barnett’s mad plans to ship yellowcake on our roads and through our ports when we can’t even transport lead ore safely!