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17 October 1980. Thought for the Week: "Men are tired to death with money politics. They hope for salvation from somewhere or other, for some real thing of honour, of inward nobility, or unselfishness and duty".
By the time this week's "On Target" is delivered
the basic features of the election results will be known,
although a close contest may result in Australians having
to wait for some days before the final results in both the
House of Representatives and Senate are finalised. As we have
often said, merely changing one set of politicians for another
does not mean a change in real government. The Federal bureaucracy,
the permanent army of occupation, remains, implementing basically
policies of increasing centralisation of power. This development
will continue until sufficient electors challenge the false
gods dominating all nations.
Like a cracked record, Mr. Fraser asked, "Where was the money to come from?" while Mr. Hayden argued that he would find ways and means of obtaining more taxation. No one stressed that money was a man made system of symbols, and that in a nation of abundance, both actual and potential, to suggest there was any problem about symbols was like suggesting that it was impossible to produce a book because there were insufficient numbers for all the pages.
In what was perhaps the most impressive television performance by the political leaders, Senator Don Chipp did raise the far reaching implications of the computer revolution, which over the next ten years was going to displace millions of those now engaged in industry, and briefly suggested the sane policy of reducing the retiring age to 60, with full pension rights, to enable more young people to be employed. Responding to a similar proposal put forward by the Australasian Society of Engineers, Senator Guilfoyle objected to the proposal on the grounds that "the cost would be significant". Senator Guilfoyle admitted that the Society's proposal, of reducing the retiring age to 55, would result in a release of jobs for young people.
Worship of the Money god prevents an acceptance of the reality that, thanks to accumulated knowledge, the cultural heritage, applied to the vast resources of the Universe; it is PHYSICALLY possible for the basic requirements for all individuals to be provided with much less human labour. Instead of challenging the false gods, the election campaign during the final stages was progressively dominated by sickening gimmickry and name-calling. Shocked by the discovery that a campaign built around the "strong leadership" of Malcolm Fraser and his "responsible management", was being rejected by a large number of Australians, Liberal Party strategists decided that had to "humanise" Mr. Fraser and get him out into the streets where there would be more "action" - even if some of this had to be "created" for television!
As C.H. Douglas so brilliantly put it, all policies are rooted in philosophies and history is not a series of episodes, dominated by the creating of "personalities", but crystallised politics. Different policies are not going to emerge until there is a fundamental change in philosophies. This was made clear by The Christian Alternative, completely ignored by the city media during the election campaign, this further demonstrating that the media are so concerned with superficial gimmickry that they have missed what history will reveal to be the major development of the 1980 election campaign - the emergence of a group determined to make all aspects of politics subservient to Christian values.
FROM JONATHAN HUNTINGDON'S NOTEBOOKGeneral Shazli is organising resistance to President Sadat of Egypt who could put that nation back on an anti-Israel platform. General Shazli is soliciting help from Syria, and due to Israeli intransigence at Camp David, could be successful. At the Congress of the Liberal International in Berlin, the British Liberal Party moved a motion blaming Israel entirely for the failure of the peace talks. Meanwhile, Mr. Begin disclosed that Israel has been waging virtual war against Iraq, using the dissident Kurds as proxies. This revelation makes plausible Iraqi claims that Israel bombed Iraq's nuclear reactor.
Alarming reports ("Economist", London) indicate that Israel's nuclear programme has now outstripped that of West Europe, and now comes directly behind those of the two superpowers. A reasonable question would be: where does the money come from?" This Israeli nuclear programme represents at least $40 Billion in capital investment if we use U.S. cost structures for the same programmes. One source of cash is drying up. The German Foreign Ministry is tiring of Israeli blackmail now running at $80 million yearly; and there are growing signs that the era of guilt is ending. Meanwhile, that pillar of pro-Israeli "conservatism", Ronald Reagan, says he will stop U.S. cash to the United Nations if the U.N. votes against Israel: and Jimmy Carter went one further by suggesting that the U.S.A. might withdraw from the U.N. entirely, if the U.N. expelled Israel. Sam Lipski, writing in the "Australian Jewish News" observed that Reagan has "some nice Jewish boys" who may influence Reagan after the Presidential elections. At a recent seminar, Aharon Yariv (former chief of Israeli military intelligence and former Minister of Information) said that Israel had plans to start another war in order to expel the whole Palestinian population of the West Bank.)
QUESTIONS THAT WERE NOT ASKED
Generally speaking, the political leaders were not subjected to questioning on any fundamental issues by the media during the election campaign. There was, for example, the much-billed "confrontation" to take place between Prime Minister Fraser and the compare of a well-known Melbourne radio talkback programme. It was a complete "fizzer", with Malcolm Fraser using the opportunity to resort to one of his usual sloganising monologues.
These are some of the questions, which
might have been put to Mr. Malcolm Fraser:
And these questions to Mr. Hayden:
Based upon long years of studying "anti-Semitism", we caution against accepting at face value the alleged outbreak of "neo-Fascist anti-Semitism" in France. Previous outbreaks of swastika daubing and similar "anti-Semitic" activities were ultimately exposed as having been promoted by either Communists or Zionist agents provocateurs. Fanatical Political Zionists are prepared to sacrifice hundreds of Jews, as exposed by Dr. Alfred Lilienthal in his great classic, "The Zionist Connection".
Sir Keith Joseph, Prime Minister Thatcher's principal financial expert, a devotee of Ayn Rand, told the recent annual conference of the British Conservative Party that "temporary unemployment" was "the price" to be paid for promised recovery which will result from the Government's financial policies. The Marxists are delighted.
A Colac actionist (Vic.) with strong Local Government links sends official statistics on Personal Income Tax and Total Taxation over the past six years:
A Hobart Actionist (Tas.) has had an
effective letter published in principal Tasmanian newspaper:
Although these raw figures are a stark
indication of the generous treatment given to the Communists,
they are exclusive of the billions written off against money
extorted from the taxpayers of the West. Compare this treatment
to many small businessmen who are not only paying twice the
interest rate imposed on the Communists, but many of whom
have gone bankrupt because of crippling taxation, inflation,
and the policies of the Central Banks of the West.
Sunday September 12th Sheep Sales to
the Soviet Union Senator Walsh asked the Minister representing
the Minister for Primary Industry upon notice on August 20th,
Reply from Senator Dame Margaret Guilfoyle.
The Minister for Primary Industry has provided the following
answer to the Hon. Senators question: A single consignment
of breeding sheep made up: 135 merino rams, 40 Corriedale
rams and 47 Corriedale ewes and 7 lambs has been exported
to the Soviet Union during 1980 calendar year. A consignment
went by charter aircraft from Tullamarine on August 18th,
1980. Earlier, on January 5th permission to export some 40
Merino lambs and 100 Corriedale sheep was withheld, but any
sheep from that consignment resubmitted for export in accordance
with established procedures were included in the August 18th
The company, which exported all of the above breeding sheep, was Commercial Bureau (Aust.) Pty. Ltd. Dalgety (Aust.) Ltd. - Export Trading Division actually bid at auction for the Merino rams on behalf of Commercial Bureau.
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