I hope this very different Easter has brought you many joys to accompany the curious challenges of this time. I sincerely hope that the meaning of Easter continues to dawn on us all, however gradually.
There are some very illuminating items available regarding “Witness K” and Bernard Collaery.
The first is the opportunity this coming Wednesday 15 April at 6:00 p.m. to hear BERNARD COLLAERY in conversation with former Premier of Victoria STEVE BRACKS via Zoom.
You need to register for the event.
Mr Collaery’s book, Oil Under Troubled Water is a must-read for Australians who care about our democracy. You can buy it, either printed or e-book, through Melbourne University Press.
“The World is Full of Scapegoats”
I wrote an article for John Menadue’s blog Pearls and Irritations. It has wide application, but mentions the Collaery and K issue. This blog features a number of writers and is worth subscribing to, with options for daily and weekly postings. Details are on the site.
“It’s a crime to report a crime”
Paul Gregoire’s article is a fine one, and well worth reading. It includes an interview with Bernard Collaery.
“The court case Australians are not allowed to know about: how national security is being used to bully citizens”
Richard Ackland’s latest excellent piece in The Guardian must not be missed. His searing (and often hilarious) comments on many topics are found in The Saturday Paper.
Bernard Collaery was interviewed by Annie McLaughlin on Melbourne’s 3CR radio station. Here is the full program, and the interview is about 35 minutes in. I will be getting a transcript of this interview as it is riveting.
Sending best wishes to you, and prayers for many blessings on everyone,
Susan Connelly RSJ
0498 473 341