2 June 1989. Thought for the Week: "'The wind of change', Mr. Macmillan told the Cape Town Parliament, 'was blowing Britain out of Africa'. The wind of change! no wind was blowing the Empire away. It was being broken up by decisions reached long before in secret conclave, and its demolition was done to clear the way for the world government conspiracy. Followed, in all the British territories, the pantomime of abdication: flags being lowered, plumed hats and gold encrusted uniforms worn a last time, a Royal Personage handing over the deeds and so on. The only truth behind this woeful pageant was that the Black man was being handed back to slavery."
Douglas Reed, in The Grand Design (1977)
FINANCIAL STORM JUST BEGINNINGS
"Whatever political party is in power in Australia in 1990 will likely be so discredited that it may not regain power for a generation." - Max Newton, in The Australian, May 23.
We have again asserted recently that we do not regard an international recession/depression as inevitable: we do not believe that the World's Money Masters themselves desire a plunge back into the economic conditions of the early 30s. They want a slow, intense, squeeze to force the nations and peoples of the world into some form of organised pattern. We have no difficulty at all in accepting that some sort of world straightjacket is what is intended for us all. The great journalist, Douglas Reed, had no difficulty, either. He said so (above). Yet the ignorant mediocrities who claim (today) to be journalists, both print and electronic, smirk and sneer. But the smirkers and the sneerers have always been around: history passes them by.
However, economic matters can get out of control, and mistakes can be made, even by the high and mighty. We can comprehend a scenario where the world's political events can be moving too slowly for the International Gentlemen, and that only the "financial weapon" can force the pace. What happens then? We are most mindful that all these matters are not in the hands of man. God is always in control, even though some with insufficient faith may be seduced into thinking the reverse. Will these International Gentlemen "stampede the herd" (quite a risk, they are playing for big stakes) by calling a world depression, as they did, deliberately, in 1929? Still speculative. Australia?
There is little doubt that our country is intended for a significant role in the Global Development of the Pacific Basin. This is not, of course, in the genuine interests of Australians; we are to be slotted in to a Master Plan where in the interests of the individual are to mean nothing. The economic distress already bekking suffered by many Australians will intensify, possibly greatly. We again repeat the words of C.H. Douglas, viz: "No solution to our ills is possible, which does not transgress the tenets of orthodox finance." The truth of these words will loom ever larger with the passage of time.
GREEN FOR DANGER
"A group of U.S. scientists has challenged the authenticity of research showing the Earth's protective layer of Ozone is being seriously depleted by the use of chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs)." - The Weekend Australian (May 27th-28th)
We have been suspicious for some time that this Ozone Layer/Greenhouse Effect "propaganda" may be just that! Why? What's it all about? There have been just a handful of letters in the print media detailing weather records, over a century, particularly in the U.S.A. These demonstrate that there is no "warming of the earth" at all. A few scientists who have raised the alarm have been seen by us to have undergone some assaults on their credibility, a usually reliable "give away" that "there is something crook in Tallarook".
We smell something phony. For example, Professor Sir Gordon Dobson, knighted for Ozone research, regarded the Ozone hole as a natural phenomenon. Remember the Oil Crisis? We witnessed the spectacle of senior politicians, guided by supposed experts, giving the most serious warnings that the world was running out of oil. We must conserve, conserve, conserve. The result? The world is swimming in oil, and we are paying double, or more, for it. Mr. Malcolm Fraser dramatically raised the price of Australian oil to "world parity". Mr. Fraser is now an internationalist with that "Global View", beloved of the One Worlders.
Was the Oil Crisis a hoax to jack up the price of oil for the benefit of the you-know-whos? Are the Greenhouse (Greenhoax?) Effect and Ozone Layer another internationalists' ploy for further centralisation of political and other controls over the various nations?
We read that, in Australia, Senator Graham
Richardson wants tougher laws to combat that Greenhouse Effect.
Yes, we can't have any of the States holding up the works;
all powers must be centralised in Canberra, where they belong,
of course. Perhaps a "national approach" may be reliant upon
a national referendum so that the States will be forced to
cede those powers to Canberra.
Nothing, nothing, will be done by a Coalition Government to undo any Heritage legislation, which has been set in place by the Fabian greenies. Talking of the Fabians, we notice that the Fabian Society discussed the impact of the Greenhouse Effect at Erskine House (Lorne, Vic.) only recently. The President of the Climate Institute was a guest speaker. What's that? Read this carefully! The Climate Institute is a Washington, D.C.based international organisation established to educate policy makers and opinion leaders about the challenges to society posed by the greenhouse effect. What a coincidence that the Climate Institute, an international organisation, should be sending its President to Australia to address politicians, business leaders, Local Government people, etc. You wouldn't reckon there's any behind the scenes wheeling and dealing going on, would you?!
Yes, we agree that the environment of our Earth is in danger; but the principal danger comes from the rape of our natural resources brought about in the main by the effects of the world's fallacious finance economic systems which force unnecessary and escalating production of goods and services to maintain these monsters. The price we pay is astronomical world debt, with the inevitable collapse of national economies.
Melbourne and many other Victorian supporters will be interested to know that the Melbourne Conservative Speakers' Club, at its July meeting (Monday, July 3rd), will be addressed on the Greenhouse Effect and Ozone Layer by Councillor Kevin Smith, who has made a realistic study of all evidence. "Greenhoax" is the word, he says.
UNITING CHURCH OPENS APPEAL FOR AFRICA NATIONAL CONGRESS
This information supplied in The Advocate
(Adelaide), May 3rd.
The South African Government publication,
"Talking With the A.N.C.", comments (p.13):
Sir Ronald Wilson is quoted as commenting
that the $10,000 will be spent in Australia to counter the
influences of apartheid and racism. Rather surprisingly, he
added that, "Many people ask us why we are being involved
with an organisation which uses violent actions in its opposition
to apartheid (the Uniting Church knows of the violent actions
of the A.N.C. O.T.). Let me make it clear that the Uniting
Church neither condones nor encourages the use of violence,
but we do not believe it is our role to sit in judgment on
the methods employed by oppressed people to fight against
A SYDNEY ACTIONIST
wrote recently to Mr. Alan Cadman, until
very recently the Opposition's Shadow Minister for Immigration.
(Mr. Ruddock now holds that position.) The actionist wrote:
Mr. Cadman replied: "I have not only seen the League's publications on a number of occasions, I have also spoken with League supporters and must say that whilst I can understand some of the League's concerns, I believe their priorities and emphasis are not always in accord with my own views. Nevertheless, in a healthy democracy like Australia, a broad range of views needs to be aired. While I cannot support a number of the League's views I believe the League and its supporters have every right to hold those views."
ABORIGINES IN CUSTODYFrom The Advertiser (Adelaide, 6/5):
"I am a serving police officer and involved in mobile patrol duties. I would like to voice an opinion on the recent hue and cry over Aboriginal deaths in custody. "Before any person can be arrested, he or she must first commit an offence of a nature which is serious enough to require him/her to be brought before a court. The arresting officer must also satisfy certain strict criteria set down by the courts and the Police Department before that arrest can be made. "Once arrested, the offender has the right to apply for bail. Bail must be granted unless the officer in charge of the police station where the offender is lodged is satisfied that grounds exist for refusing that bail application. These must be real grounds and not simply to stop the offender from going home.
"I agree that Aborigines (full blood and tribal) are not able to stand being locked in a confined area. Unfortunately, the Aborigines being arrested are very rarely full blood or tribal Aborigines. The people being arrested have decided to adopt our style of living and must therefore comply with our laws. No one is asking them to commit the offences for which they are being arrested. If they are unable to cope with being locked up for their offences, then they should simply refrain from committing those offences.
"Everyone else in this country gets arrested for offences they commit and to suggest that Aborigines should not be arrested simply because they are Aborigines is racial discrimination against every other person in Australia. "The basic principle of criminal behaviour applies: 'If you cannot do the time then you do not commit the crime'." (D.W. Sinclair, Munno Para, S.A.)
HEARTBREAKING PLIGHTFrom The Advertiser (Adelaide, 13/5):
"The plight of many West Coast farmers as depicted in the article in the Saturday magazine (The Advertiser, 6/5) can only be described as heartbreaking. "May I suggest that one reason for this and our poor economy is the tendency nowadays to rely on 'artificial' wealth created in the form of playing the money markets, takeover bids and the like, rather than real wealth from those who toil on the land or goods from the factories (sic). "We tend to admire those yuppie monopoly players who sit all day at a computer earning vast incomes by transferring large sums of money to and from different countries and almost despise those who, with sleeves rolled up, work the land or keep the production lines rolling. "Perhaps it would be fairer to consider a tax system whereby 'unearned' income, such as from takeover bids, shares and inherited wealth, attracted a higher rate of tax than 'earned' income gained from productive work. "How easy it is for bankers to create wealth for themselves by raising the interest rate at a stroke of the pen. No doubt farmers would welcome such magical powers by being able to create similar wealth by a stroke of the plough." (Henry Underwood, Modbury, S.A.)
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