We speak with Lanz Priestley of Occupy Sydney on the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) and the upcoming International day of action against the TPP on the 8th November.
We speak with Wikileaks Australian Citizens Alliance co-founder Samantha Castro about the growing international resistance to the Trans Pacific Partnership. Sam has been at the forefront of resistance to the TPP in Australia since her arrest in early 2012 at the time of negotiations in Melbourne.
Also we’ll be speaking to Dr Patricia Ranald Convenor of the Australian Fair Trade and Investment Network (AFTINET) about the potential impact of the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement #TPP and the Abbott governments clear enthusiasm for it.
An update from Kiwi activist Edward Miller on the campaign against the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement.
David Cake from Electronic Frontiers Australia on recent, shocking intelligence leaks in the USA exposing the Obama administration’s (via the NSA) intelligence gathering activities of an unsuspecting public and what similar activities are planned (and maybe already happening) here in Australian. We’ll also be speaking with him about the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP) particularly in regards to how this may effect internet freedom.
And a conversation with a spokesperson from the anti-Golden Dawn Greek community in Melbourne, a city with a Greek descendant population of some 300,000, and a key target of the Nazi party’s plans for international growth.
Also Jess Beckerling from the WA Forest Alliance on the more than 35 eminent scientists from around Australia and the world that have signed on to a highly regarded statement for the protection of WA’s south-west forests.
-Conservation Council of WA anti-uranium campaigner Mia Pepper on the implications of federal environment minister Tony Burke’s decision to approve Toro Energy’s Wiluna uranium mine
-Kiwi human rights lawyer Edward Miller on the campaign against the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement, yet another ‘free trade’ instrument designed to attack unions and undermine living standards in the interests of multinational corporations
-and Simon Palfreeman on the fight for justice for his son Jock, a young man convicted of murder and currently serving a 20 year jail sentence in Bulgaria.