Thus, he said PEMRA violated the law and was equally responsible for the ongoing vilification
A The Racial Vilification
Model: Definition, Confidentiality
Goodes is represented as a polarising figure in the tabloid press for calling out his racial vilification
and for showing his pride in his Aboriginality and Indigenous culture.
It will engrave vilification
of Mexicans into the national landscape.
He said: "I do not pretend to get everything right all of the time, but I am not willing to stand idle while this company is subjected to public vilification
which is against the best interests of everybody who works at Sports Direct.
LAHORE -- Federal Railways Minister Khawaja Saad Rafique said the prevailing democratic government is being prevented from carrying out its work through vilification
of elected representatives.
Minister Bathiudeen was addressing a special media briefing held at the Ministry of Industry and Commerce on 07 May against the apparent vilification
campaign taking shape in certain media segments targeting him that, among others, alleged that Muslim IDP resettlements led by him are damaging the Wilpattu Forest Reserve in Northern Province.
He added: "It was an attempt to hunt a sex offender, to drive him from his home and to expose him to vilification
A mother who was charged for leaving her newborn baby boy in a drain in Australia will need "compassion, not vilification
The amendments proposed by the Commonwealth Attorney General narrow the definition of what constitutes racial vilification
and intimidation," Mr Corbell said.
The total vilification
of the police and ground staff is wrong.
What stood out to me was the enormous fear AIG employees felt about their safety and the safety of their families because people in positions of public responsibility were actively encouraging the vilification
of our people," Benmosche said.
Sydney, Mar 16 ( ANI ): The Australian government is considering a proposed overhaul of racial vilification
laws of the state of New South Wales (NSW) following broadcaster's Alan Jones racist attack on Lebanese Muslims, calling them 'vermins' and 'mongrels' who 'rape and pillage'.
The mother surveyed the scene Her dead son who had been Buried in lies and vilification
His name cleared now, 23 years late The state liars and scoundrels Exposed after this long wait Her words of dignity Hard won through cruel persecution And the loss of a dear son She said we Have been the eyes, ears The voice of those 96 There is no sense now That we have won We are always losers For all the truth we spoke For all those years The pain and loss Is not diminished But maybe now We can dry some of our tears by Joe Clarke
I believe some people need to develop a sense of perspective and I also believe in this moment the vilification
of Luis is both wrong and unfair.