* * * * * WEREWOLF ISSUE 32, June 27, 2012 * * * * *


Can these guys really be our latest al Qaeda nightmare

Will Waihi get a fair deal from mining?

Paul Simon, still wants us to like Graceland and respect him. The second bit is hard.

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Has The Peak Oil Idea… Peaked?

And if so, does the planet stand a chance?

by Gordon Campbell

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Efficiency Is Not Your Friend

When they say ‘efficiency’ that’s when you should reach for your revolver

by Gordon Campbell

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On Shaky Ground

Waihi tries to come to terms with the mine in its midst

by Alison McCulloch

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Ghosts and Empty Sockets

Looking back at Paul Simon, Graceland and the end of apartheid

by Gordon Campbell

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Manufacturing a Menace

Is Algeria Orchestrating the Terrorist Threat in Mali ?

by Gordon Campbell

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London Calling: A Society in Lockdown

Forget the Queen’s diamond jubilee – the riots anniversary tells a different story about the state of Britain

by Rory MacKinnon

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From The Hood: Eurorecovery Made Easy

The Spanish Economy, by a New Zealand Observer

by Lyndon Hood

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The Complicatist: El-P, Killer Mike

Philip K. Dick Meets the Rappers, Downtown

by Gordon Campbell

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Cartoon Alley : Mat Tait & Mike Brown

Mat Tait is a South Island based cartoonist and illustrator. Mike Brown lives in Wellington and is currently writing a PhD thesis on New Zealand vernacular musics.

by Mike Brown & Mat Tait

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Milestone Movies: Out of the Past (1947) and Martha Marcy May Marlene (2011)

The past may be a far country, but we still live in it

by Gordon Campbell

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Cartoon Alley : Brent Willis

Brent Willis currently lives in Lyall Bay, Wellington and has been making underground self-published comics since the mid 1990s.

by Brent Willis

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