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1 November 1985. Thought for the Week: "The liberal idealist can never see that he is being used and manipulated with cynical contempt by Satanic powers, or that his potential for unwitting debacle is correspondingly higher the more revered or important he is in his community. The liberal never realises that he has been conditioned by emotive writing or oratory into a masochistic and morbid hatred of self, his own race, and his own culture. His guilt complex has been implanted in his subconscious mind by constant exposure to films, books, newspapers, and propaganda. He revels in the horrors of the slave trade, the concentration camps, the worst aspects of colonialism, the hardships of the poor ... His guilt becomes unbearable and he searches for a paradise on earth."
Dr. Michael Hurry in Who Holds The Balance? (1983)
VICTORIAN SOCIALIST-LEFT OUT TO KILL THE I.D. CARD
"The A.L.P. (Vic) State Conference called on the (Vic) State Government to take tough measures - amounting to sabotage, if necessary, to block plans for the national I.D. cards". - The Sun (Melbourne) October 28th
Most surprising things happen in politics. Here we have the Victorian Socialist Left, by whose grace and favour the Victorian Premier, Mr. John Cain, retains office, opposing a principle, which a hard line Marxist would endorse. We recall that Lenin had something nasty to say about Left-wing intellectuals; about it (Left-wing intellectualism) being an "infantile disorder", and the uselessness of them (Left-wing intellectuals) in the march towards his (Lenin's) version of Socialism. So it is therefore surprising that we find ourselves in basic agreement with Ms. Joan Coxsedge, Victorian Labor M.L.A. of the Socialist Left: it may not happen again, and she will be upset to discover that the League of Rights is in agreement with her on the I.D. card issue.
Read carefully please, what she says
The Victorian State Opposition has announced opposition to the I.D. card, and also that it would block any I.D. card legislation in the Victorian Upper House. Our fears are even greater than those of Ms. Coxsedge. She says that the ID card is intended to be an internal passport. We strongly suspect that the national register of citizens is further intended to be hooked into an international network of computers come the dawn of World Government. We are convinced that Australia has been and is being used by international forces to "try out" radical legislation before its widespread application, internationally. An example is the Hamer "conservative" (sick joke) Government's introduction of random breath testing of motorists, compulsory fluoridation of water supplies: the compulsory seat belt legislation, etc. We know it has been argued that there is merit in all of these, BUT the principle of compulsion has become enshrined in law: that's the uppermost issue. The strengthening authority of the State over the individual. We urge all actionists to take all appropriate action against the I.D. card: our chances of knocking it out look favourable from where we are standing.
HIGHLIGHTING THE I.D. CARD SWINDLE
This further comment on the I.D. card
from David Thompson
During September, the Auditor General
reported to the Federal Government that the Department of
Social Security had overpaid beneficiaries by about $163 million.
Of this, $123 million was lost through unrecovered pensions
or allowance overpayments. According to the report, unrecovered
overpayments increased by about $20 million since the previous
survey last year! According to the Auditor General, the Department's
guidelines in cases of cancellation of social welfare benefits
allow for a number of additional payments to be made before
any attempt is made to recover the money.
TWO AUSTRALIAN LEADERS ON SOUTH AFRICA
Jeremy Lee reports
Former W.A. Premier Sir Charles Court
was even more forceful in a statement issued on September
The Australian (October 28th) editorialises - "Victorian A.L.P. Votes for Political Suicide". It refers to the demand by the Victorian Branch of the A.L.P. that legislation to outlaw the Communist controlled Builders Labourers Federation be dropped. This is yet another example of the apparent inconsistency of the Socialist Left, which surprisingly opposes the I.D, card. This time it is defending a Communist controlled union; which is not surprising. Victorian Premier, John Cain, will become as deft and dexterous as Harry Houdini, as he walks the tightrope between the fuzzy ideology of the Victorian Socialist Left, and political pragmatism.
We see shoals and rapids ahead for Labor, generally, next year, Labor will, as The Australian correctly suggests, pay a heavy price for the appeasement of militant unions, and especially if the economy turns downwards, against all the assurances of the smooth faced Socialist ideologue, Mr. Paul Keating. ("If it isn't in Socialist theory, it can't happen"). Can't it! The Australian closes its editorial - "The Survival of Labor Governments Is Indeed at Stake".
Alright, what then? John Howard? Andrew Peacock again? MALCOLM FRASER? Ye Gods!
THE ORIGINAL AUSTRALIANS?
Extract from an article Ab-Original? by Will Sharpe, O.A.M.; in "Ex Nihilo, Vol. 6, No.3 Australia".
Alan Robinson, in his book, 'Treasure
Is not for the Finder' makes some remarkable and interesting
statements on page 69 when he says: 'Discoveries point to
early sea explorers. The discovery of Egyptian carvings in
the Kimberleys and the wreck of a Phoenician trireme off King
Sound have indicated that Australia was visited by an ancient
maritime civilisation centuries before European exploration.'
"The stories of the little people and Robinson's information
would suggest to me that the present Aborigines were not the
original inhabitants of this land of Australia. Such a conclusion
obviously has relevance to any claim that they came to Australia
before the Europeans. But I for one am convinced that there
was someone here before them. So whose land is it anyway...?
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