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12 October 1979. Thought for the Week: "The policy of centralisation of power is the denial of the right of men and women to freedom. It is the denial of the sanctity of human personality. It is a denial of the omnipotence of God and the antithesis of the social policy inherent in Christ's teachings. It is a policy, which flouts the Canon governing human affairs. In short it is the policy of evil - of the Devil - it is the policy which can be aptly described as Satanism."
L.D. Byrne, "Centralisation - The Policy of Satanism."
BEHIND THE ATTACK ON THE U.S.A. DOLLAR
The current problems of the U.S.A. dollar are
a result of the strategy of the World State advocates to destroy the
U.S.A. dollar as an international reserve currency as a preliminary
to replacing it with a new international currency - bancor - created
by the International Monetary Fund. The power groups responsible for
the attack on the U.S.A. dollar earlier were successful in destroying
sterling as an international reserve currency.
The League of Rights alone has warned of how
the deepening international crisis resulting from astronomical debt
and high inflation was being exploited in the drive to create the World
State via The New International Economic Order. In a recent issue of
"World Paper", described as "A global community newspaper" by the Australian
publishers, "The Age", Melbourne, an article described as a satire
indicated the shape of things to come.
The creators of these debts, the Rockefellers, Rothschilds and their associates are, of course, well aware of the realities of the situation and are hopeful that these debts will be taken over by the proposed new international banking system, a central feature of the New International Economic Order. Speaking at the opening session of the annual meetings of the World Bank and The International Monetary Fund, held in Communist Yugoslavia, IMF Managing Director Jacques de Larosiere, said that there was general agreement that when the proposed new IMF system, using its own international currency, came into existence, nations holding surplus American dollars could pay them to the IMF in exchange for the new international currency.
Over the years we have stressed that monetary
inflation is inevitable under present finance economic rules, and that
all the talk by politicians and the theories of the certified economists,
would not make one iota of difference to continuing inflation. The American
inflation rate has moved upwards, as has the Australian inflation rate,
with the result that as the value of the American dollar declines, there
has been a feverish investment in gold, forcing its price to an absurd
The plotters against traditional Civilisation have on many occasions made it clear that they understand how it is impossible to persuade freedom loving individuals to surrender to centralised control, ultimately on a global scale, unless they are subjected to a crisis so great that they can be stampeded into doing what they normally would reject. The stage has been set for a deepening crisis, as witnessed by the views expressed at the Belgrade conference.
Last year the International Monetary Fund pressed
for "economic growth". The West Germans heeded this directive and as
a result its inflation rate went up. This year the IMF insists that
the "fight" against inflation was most important, leaving no doubt that
a major recession would be the result. Australian Federal Treasurer
John Howard and Treasury Secretary John Stone are reported as being
completely in accord with the IMF at the Belgrade Conference. Which
means further recession conditions for Australia.
In striving to exploit
a deepening crisis to impose centralised power on a global scale, they
can only intensify the disintegration of Civilisation. The only hope
in the situation is that one nation frees itself from the Black magic
called orthodox finance, demonstrates how it can use its productive
capacity constructively with benefit to all its citizens, and thus provide
an example for the rest of the world to follow.
The bitter conflict between the National and
Liberal parties highlights the underlying philosophy of the modern party
system. The parties are more concerned with "deals" and manipulating
electors than with permitting electors a genuine choice. There was a
time when the old Country Party in N.S.W. permitted a number of candidates
to run under their banner, leaving it to the electors to decide which
one they preferred.
The pathetic calibre of Australia's Foreign Affairs Minister, Andrew Peacock was demonstrated by his statement in New York that President Carter's response to the Soviet combat brigade in Cuba was "measured and balanced". The Soviet leaders have treated Carter almost with amused contempt. No Soviet troops are being withdrawn from Cuba. Mr. Peacock says there is no advantage in "needless confrontation". In other words, just keep backing down.
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