WORLD GOVERNMENT AGENDA: FOR ALL THE WORLD TO SEE
by Betty Luks
Along with thousands of their fellow Australians, many readers and supporters of the League’s journals exercised their freedom, and responsibility, by informing their political representatives they were opposed to Labor’s Emission Trading Scheme legislation. The legislation was rejected in the Senate, and this happened just before our unclad emperor, with his huge entourage, travelled to Copenhagen intending to sign away more of our freedoms. We encouraged folk to congratulate the Senators who stood their ground and rejected the draconian legislation, while also congratulating the new leader of the Opposition, Tony Abbott, on his strong stand.
And thanks to the herculean efforts of such folk as Lord Monckton, with the team behind him, they were able to spread the real news around the world via modern video technology and the internet. The focus on the recent Copenhagen Conference, with the help of leaked emails, etc., presented a real eye opener for a lot of people of the world.
While the power-mongers did not get their Treaty signed, Lord Monckton said the Conference itself was really just ‘street theatre’ for the world’s masses; the real deals were done behind closed doors and in secret, months before. The structures and mechanisms were set up for hundreds of bureaucracies administered by thousands of bureaucrats. Climate Sceptics News’ website warns that a model of the impact Rudd’s ETS legislation would make on the price of wholesale electricity alone is quite staggering – a rise of 300%.
“The independent regulator modelled the impact of Prime Minister Kevin Rudd's emissions trading scheme and renewable energy targets on the wholesale price of electricity. It found the wholesale price could rise from $30 a mW hour to about $90 by 2020. Our simulations indicate that substantial change is coming to the electricity supply industry, as higher carbon and market prices drive new investment to cut energy emissions intensity by 40 per cent," the Australian Energy Market Operator said.”
If only ‘we’ had the power…
One actionist protesting the Rudd legislation sent us a copy of Tony Abbott’s reply to her. He wrote: “My colleagues and I have been overwhelmed by the number of messages we’ve received from Australians over the last few weeks. I wanted to send you a short message to let you know how grateful I am to all those who have taken the time to send us their thoughts. We have heard your voice and I am determined to be your champion in Canberra. Let me be clear: my number one goal as Leader is to take the fight up to the Rudd Government and deliver a real alternative at the next election.”
Do those words sound familiar gentle reader? To my way of thinking Mr. Abbott is saying: “If only we had the power once more… think what a lot of good we could do.” Anyone who heard Eric D. Butler over the years would know why the idea implied by Abbott’s words ‘rang a bell’. It comes from the same tired ‘divide and rule’ strategy. One swallow doesn’t make a summer Mr. Abbott. If you are genuinely concerned for the rights of ALL Australians there is no reason why you can’t fight for them NOW. You and your party could focus on the hunger-strike-stand farmer Peter Spencer is taking on behalf of all farmers in this nation. You could take up a strong defence for the farmers who have lost their property rights, and, at the same time you would be upholding the Commonwealth Constitution.
Peter Spencer’s stand for property rights
Lucy Knight of the Rural Press recently spoke with Peter Spencer and reported: “Peter Spencer says he might be a farmer, and his concerns all started from farm issues, but his protest cuts to the core of Australia's democratic rights and its Constitution. He said tens of thousands of farmers have lost their rights under Australia's Constitution - and without a fair hearing from politicians or the courts. "It's up to the people of Australia to work out whether they want their constitutional rights back or not," he told Rural Press from his "tower of hope" platform attached to a wind station six metres off the ground. And it's up to the Prime Minister to determine whether he's going to act within the constitution. He has no right to take property and not pay people – that's unconstitutional. And for him to make a comment that I'm trying to force public policy by doing self-harm …good heavens - there's no avenue left; all the avenues have been closed and the Government won't talk about it."
Mr Spencer said if Mr Rudd was prepared to claim Australia had met their Kyoto targets – the 88.8 million metric tonnes they needed from 1990 to 2012 – when 87 was met by farmers in their own documents, "then what were we supposed to do? This is not about land clearing at all … it's about property rights. If I took your house, wouldn't you want to be paid?”
On Youtube Senator Barnaby Joyce of the Nationals referred to the present actions of government as ‘communist’, i.e., governments were over-riding farmers’ property rights. Brave words coming from a modern politician Barnaby, but you haven’t dug deep enough. You need to dig deeper into the history of the last three hundred or so years.
And please, don’t tell us governments don’t have the money to pay compensation to Peter Spencer. The Treasury of any modern government continually creates and destroys ‘money’ – it is a constant process. What is really needed is A CHANGE IN POLICY.
This present government has promised billions of Australian dollars to Third World dictatorships, it has handed over billions to the privately-owned gangster-banks. What about a policy to compensate our Australian farmers who now suffer as a result of earlier policies your Party pushed (not just the other mobs).
But for you to understand how political parties got Australia into this mess, let’s look at some real history. What about starting with William Cobbett’s works, such as “Rural Rides”? Cobbett thought “the great use of history is to teach us how laws, usages and institutions arose, what were their effects on the people, how they promoted public happiness, or otherwise; and these things are precisely what the greater part of historians, as they call themselves, seem to think of no consequence.” Cobbett continued: “We never understand the nature and constituent parts of a thing so well as when we ourselves have made the thing: next to making it is the seeing of it made; but if we have neither of these advantages, we ought at least, if possible, to get a true description of the origin of the thing and of the manner in which it was put together.”
And why is this history important?
Although many people are aware of the collectivist-communist forces in modern history, they have not studied the power that promotes and finances such movements, and why it does so. Men such as Clifford H. Douglas and Eric D. Butler did their homework. Eric researched and wrote a number of very informative booklets that the League carries.
One in particular, “The Enemy Within the Empire: A Short History of the Bank of England” is a real eye opener. Written in the late 1930s, it examines the origins of that PRIVATE institution and how it gained control of that NATION’S financial system – having wrested it from the control of the King.
It is not an exaggeration to claim that the roots of the present chaos, disorder and disintegration of Western civilisation can be traced back to those fundamental secretive changes wrought 350 years ago.
In the Introduction Eric writes:
“Most orthodox history that is crammed into the heads of our children is one long list of contradictions. There is no real background to our social development because the main underlying factors have been completely ignored. The part played by the money system in the growth of society has been tremendous; yet how many of our historians mention it?
We teach our children about the development of the British Commonwealth of Nations, although the real basis of this growth has been either neglected of distorted, while the development of that powerful, private and anti-social institution, the Bank of England, is very rarely mentioned…
“It is significant that the introduction of what has been termed a "spurious Whig culture," marked the origin of the present banking racket in Britain. This cultural and financial attack has been going ever since… However, as yet, there is no sign of a rout in the enemy's ranks. Even the London "Times," one of the chief mouthpieces of the financial oligarchy, offered the following criticism of "Whigism" in its issue of August 4, 1840:
"There is certainly in 'Whigism' an inherent propensity to tyranny; and of all the methods which tyranny ever invented for sucking out the essential vitality of free institutions, without appearing materially to touch their forms, this centralising system is the most plausible and the most pernicious. . . If it shall be fully carried out, British liberty ... will rest no longer on the possession of constitutional power by the people, but upon the sufferance of a majority of those who, for the time being, may call themselves the people's representatives."
“The man who wrote the above lines, 100 years ago, had a deep insight into the principles of social organisation. Those who seek to re-write history find it a very formidable undertaking, because it has become a "vested interest" with the official historians. Any historian who refused to portray Cromwell as a saviour of the British people, pointed out that his real name was Williams, and that he belonged to a small group of men who had been enriching themselves at the expense of the Monarchy and the people, while bringing a group of foreigners from Holland to batten on the British people, would not find his books recommended for use in our schools or universities.
Our "Whig" historians tell us about the tyrannies of Charles I and Charles II and how they reigned without Parliament. The impression is given that Parliament in those days was similar to what we have today. Nothing is further from the truth. It was comprised of a group of wealthy men who were not very responsible to the British people. The real fight was between the Money Power and Monarchy, with the victory of the Money Power in 1688 when James II was driven off the throne by his son-in-law, William III, who was brought to Britain at the behest of the financial interests. The Bank of England was formed six years later - 1694 - and with it began the National Debt. The Bank was formed for the purpose of lending money to the crown and was modelled on the Bank of Amsterdam, founded in 1609, the first bank in Northern Europe. The part played by Jews in this formation of the modern banking system, together with the modern Stock Exchange, was considerable…
The following extract is from Sir Archibald Alison's "History of Europe":-
"We then come to William of Orange. “The Prince of Orange brought from the Republic of Holland, where it had been already practised and thoroughly understood, the secret of governing popular assemblies and extracting heavy taxes from popular communities. . . . His whole efforts were directed to gain the majority of the constituencies by corruption, and of votes in Parliament by patronage. . . . It was then that the National Debt began; and government was taught the dangerous secret of providing for the necessities, and maintaining the influence, of present times by borrowing money and laying its payment on posterity…."
Focussing on the real issue:
I hear you asking: What on earth has such ancient British history got to do with Australian history and Australians of today? Eric Butler relates the story of the power wielded by the Bank of England in Australia’s early history and the policies the Bank of England representative helped impose on this nation during the 1930s Great Depression. That is why it is important for you to understand what really happened three hundred years ago; there is the greatest need to resolve this money question once and for all.
Wallace Klinck of Canada insists we focus on the real issue:
“The significant thing is not simply that people should understand that banks create and destroy credit (which functions as "money"). The critical issue is who owns this credit, and how its current issue by a monopoly solely as debt, constitutes a usurpation of that ownership of the nation's credit by the banking system.
Wallace observes “Knowing that banks create and destroy money in itself is of little help, inasmuch, as this offers no effective solution to the financial problem of a growing inherent deficiency of purchasing power. People tend either to be incredulous about the creation of money by banking institutions, or, they are unable or unwilling to discern anything undesirable in the process that requires modification. If they are concerned, this often takes the form of demands for the transferring of the function of credit creation to the state at zero or low rates of interest. This is no solution to the problem which Social Credit identifies as a non-self-liquidating price system and would merely further centralise power in the hands of the State”.
In a modern economy, with less and less human labour required in the productive processes, money (or ‘credit’) should act as a means of distributing the production of the Machine – wages, salaries and dividends won’t do it these days. And to whom does this ‘credit’ belong? Why, the credit should now reside with the consuming public – it is a social credit! A cultural heritage has been accumulating for centuries – and belongs to the people as a whole. The financial system is simply the means by which this inheritance is distributed – to all.
Back to that very brave farmer Peter Spencer:
I think Mr. Spencer must come from that same stock of men who ‘took on’ King John all those hundreds of years ago. There is a plaque among the ruins of the Abbey at Bury-St Edmunds commemorating the stand taken by Cardinal Stephen Langton, and the Barons of Magna Charta fame.
The introduction reads:
Near this spot on 20.11.1214 Cardinal Langton and the Barons swore at St. Edmunds altar that they would obtain from King John the ratification of Magna Charta.
The last lines say:
Langton – Fitz Walter – slumber in the grave,
But still we read in deathless records how –
The high-souled priest confirmed the barons vow,
And freedom, unforgetful still recites,
The second birthplace of our nation’s rights.
Yes, the tyrant King John took his revenge and many involved in that struggle suffered. In the 1990s I visited Tilty Church, originally part of Tilty Abbey, and my hostess told me of a nearby field known locally as ‘Bloody Field’. The reason being, King John’s men attacked the Abbey, sacked it and murdered the fleeing priests in revenge for the stand the Church, in the form of Cardinal Langton, took at Runnymede all those years ago. Is there a price to pay – is there a cost – in the battle to keep our freedoms? YES! And Peter Spencer has chosen to discharge his costs.
It is not mere words - no matter how platitudinous, how wise, how sympathetic nor how relevant to the occasion WHAT IS NEEDED IS A CHANGE IN POLICY! WHAT IS NEEDED IS ACTION!
ALL POLITICAL PARTIES NEED TO DEMONSTRATE THEIR GENUINE CONCERN FOR PETER SPENCER AND HIS FELLOW FARMERS BY A DRAMATIC CHANGE IN POLICY!
• “Social Credit: Politics” by Anthony Cooney.
The struggle is now global and must soon be resolved one way or the other. With knowledge properly applied comes hope, that and the promotion of individual initiatives is the intention of this booklet.
• “The Tallies, a Tangled Tale” and “The Beginning and the Ending” by David Astle.
You will find a copy of the original Charter of “The Bank of England” therein.
• “The Enemy Within the Empire: A Short History of the Bank of England” by Eric D. Butler
Books on Globalism – Climate Change – World Government - Education - Health:
• “The Mind Game” by Phillip Day.
British investigative reporter Phillip Day takes us on a fascinating journey of enquiry into the multifaceted, major problems facing us in this 21st century. $35.00 plus postage.
• “Australia’s Education Revolution” by Dr. Kevin Donnelly.
Dr. Donnelly displays both courage and determination in his defence of the higher purposes of education, especially in carrying forward the best of the Western cultural tradition. $30.00 plus postage.
• “Playing God” by Richard Eason.
Mr. Eason examines the roots of the republican grab for ultimate power. $10.00 plus postage.
• “Globalisation: Demise of the Australian Nation” by Graeme L. Strachan. $15.00 plus postage
• “The Anglo-American Establishment” by Carroll Quigley. Price $25.00 plus postage.
• “The Asian Mind Game” by Chin-Ning Chu. Price $33.00 plus postage.
• “Conquest Through Immigration” by George W. Robnett. Price $18.00 plus postage.
• “The Creature from Jekyll Island” by G. Edward Griffin. Price $40.00 plus postage.
• “Fascist Europe Rising” by Rodney Atkinson. Price $40.00 plus postage.
• “The Climate Caper” by Garth W. Paltridge – with foreword by Christopher Monckton.
Professor Paltridge highlights the fact that governments have become captive to a scientific and technological elite.
• “Has Christianity Failed?” by Eric D. Butler.
No! Christianity has not failed, but Man has failed to remain faithful to those truths which Christianity revealed.
• “Releasing Reality: Social Credit and the Kingdom of God” by Eric D. Butler.
Every effort of some of the most powerful forces in the world are directed at twisting and perverting Christian truths; aimed to ensure that those truths shall not be understood, nor accepted, but also that as few persons as possible will understand them.
• “The Just Tax” by Geoffrey Dobbs.
The tax which is the most subtle, pervasive, and radical in its social effects is the purely monetary tax of inflation – the modern equivalent of coin clipping – which undermines continually the value of all fixed endowments, and must in time deprive all traditional institutions, and notably the Church, of their property and financial independence.
Now is the time to place your order for “Fall of the Republic”
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American folk have produced over two hours of viewing. They warn the viewers the one-worlders will dump the American dollar when they think the timing is right – with resulting hyperinflation, thus wiping out the American (and Australian) middle class. The issues facing Americans are the same as those facing Australians… global governance (read world government), climate change scam, climate cops, political, corporate and financial corruption, a rising ‘police state’ - and much more.
“Apocalypse - No!” filmed at the Climate Change Symposium.
We have just received from the Minnesota Free Market Institute a one-and-a-half hour DVD of Lord Monckton’s speech on 14th October, 2009. Vital viewing! Special price $10 posted. This issue is not going to ‘go away’.