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19 May 2000. Thought for the Week: "Toward the end of the last glaciation three waves of distinctly different people surged down the Indonesian corridor into the country... The first of these were the Negrito ancestors of the Lake Barrine (Qld.) folk, simple hunter-gatherers, pygmoid in stature... resembling in many respects their bushman cousins in Africa...
The next wave of immigrants carried the true Australoids... to displace their tiny predecessors, exterminating most...driving others to dismal refuge areas...Finally, some ten thousand years ago, to put an arbitrary date on the movement, the third wave of 'Carpentarians' (Gulf of Carpentaria) entered Australia...
All of these people - the pygmoid Barrineans, the hairy golden Murrayians, the part-blood Tasmanians who remain, and the tall black Carpentarians - are physically distinctive and can properly be called 'a people' as distinguished from 'a culture'."
"Down Among the Wildmen" by John Greenway 1973
ABORIGINAL COUNCIL CALL TO CHANGE CONSTITUTION
by Betty Luks
A foundation by the name of 'Reconciliation
Australia' will be set up to continue where the Council leaves
off at the end of this year. It has also recommended the government
establish a legislative process to deal with the 'unfinished
business' of reconciliation. The council said legislative
change must take place "so indigenous rights can be recognised
in a constitutional preamble".
In 1982, former communist Geoff McDonald
explained the forces behind the push for 'land rights' and
what was the ultimate objective. His summary in the letter
to The Australian newspaper, 10/2/1984, should be heeded
by us all:
Now known as the "father of reconciliation"
Patrick Dodson has called on John Howard to endorse an independent
commission "to oversee a treaty between black and white".
He went on to say, "If there was no agreement reached between
Government and indigenous negotiators then the treaty question
should be put to a referendum" (emphasis added).
Geoff McDonald observed, "Supported by the Labor Opposition they (the Federal Australian law-makers) are accepting a doctrine of revolution by instalments... The situation is moving inexorably towards a cataclysmic climax time when the united nations will be manipulated to declare the "Land Rights" areas as a separate black nation.
"Father Pat Dobson has candidly explained the ultimate objective, which is not just the establishment of an independent black nation in Australia but also the eventual taking of the whole of Australia from the white man. "The nation belongs to the Aboriginal people, and it has never been handed over or ceded," said Father Dobson.
It would seem that even ancient Australian history has 'gone down George Orwell's memory hole'. If anthropologist and author John Greenway is correct, the ancestors of the present-day Aboriginals were not the first Australians. In fact, history retrieved from the 'memory-hole' is revealing the ancestors of the present-day Aboriginals annihilated and/or assimilated the original inhabitants of this land!
ZIMBABWE: EXAMPLE OF THINGS TO COME FOR AUSTRALIA?
Are Australians taking particular note
of what is happening in Zimbabwe - and South Africa - as conditions
continue to deteriorate and murder and mayhem continue unabated?
That little nation was 'liberated' by the 'international community'
strongly supported by Malcolm Fraser and the Liberal government
of the time.
Rhodesia was handed over to the proxy
regime of Marxist Robert Mugabe and his thugs, as a prelude
to its future 'internationalisation'. "At the time, Africa
was in no fit state to be included in the planned one-world
dispensation with its New International Economic Order and
its World Government," explained Ivor Benson; The Truth
Out of Africa, 1982.
Having been Information Advisor to the Rhodesian Front Government in 1964-5, Mr. Benson warned Australians "...they hadn't yet realised that they are now getting the full attention of those revolutionary forces which have already transformed most of Africa."
He observed, "The parallel with Africa
is very close. As in Africa, land and natural resources were
ostensibly given to the Blacks, so in Australia large areas
with their natural resources are being given to Aborigines.
In both cases the reality is the same; natural resources are
made ready for final transfer to an international authority..."
The Council planned for "the declaration to be endorsed by the Parliament and eventually protected under legislation."
Further reading: Red Over Black by Geoff McDonald; Truth Out of Africa by Ivor Benson.
THE 1967 REFERENDUM
by Antonia Feitz
Most activists - black and white - along
with the general public, are also ignorant of the fact that
Aboriginal activists in the 1930s were strongly assimilationist.
The mainstream media keeps everybody in the dark about that
one too. We've quoted and referenced it in a previous issue,
but it bears repetition that in a letter to the then Prime
Minister, Aboriginal leader William Cooper wrote:
Such a politically incorrect statement would really mortify the concerned actors, the hand-wringing bishops and the likes of Mundine, wouldn't it? The facts are there, and are available to anybody with the honesty to do his or her own research. But for too many people it's easier to uncritically swallow the propaganda churned out by the Aboriginal industry, the media and the various churches' social justice secretariats, than to think for themselves.
THE BIG PICTURE CONTINUES TO DEVELOP
by Alfred King
The Australian's International Editor, Paul Kelly, a great admirer of Paul Keating, is horrified by the proposal. "It confirms that a body of opinion exists in ASEAN that wants to dismantle APEC as a political force". Severino would like to see APEC revert to the ministerial level discussions that were carried on for the first four years. "At that level there would be less pressure for dramatic breakthroughs..., media and public expectations would diminish. So would political distractions. Greater balance would be restored to the APEC agenda." Severino's aim is to have APEC as a low-key economic group working more in harmony with ASEAN'S interest. He believes the expansion of APEC is absurd and has weakened its coherence.
Messrs. Keating and Kelly openly admit that they want APEC to develop 'more political clout'. The translation of this double-speak is that they want APEC to develop as quickly as possible into the Asian equivalent of the European Union: the Asian branch of a World Government. Keating spent a lot of his time as PM, when he should have been devoting his energies to the betterment of the Australian people, in a campaign to upgrade APEC. He wrote letters, lobbied and talked. He 'persuaded' Bill Clinton to take up the idea and host the first APEC leaders' meeting in Seattle.
Interestingly, the tactics used to seduce
and bludgeon the Asian nations into a political union are
the same as were used to force post-war Europe into a humanistic,
non-representative supranational parliament. Firstly, the
individual nations, deceived by false promises of economic
prosperity, are tricked into taking on the debt-finance system
for their national economy. This is run by a central bank
which is owned not by any national interest, but by a private
group of international bankers. Because all new money comes
into existence in the form of debt under this system, the
national debt of each country must inevitably go up and up.
Even if one of these countries is very successful in its trading
and earns a lot of money from exports, the amount of debt
always increases faster than money can be earned, and economic
ruin is assured.
With the national debt at a high level, the establishment can then bully each nation individually with the same argument. "The reason you have this debt is because you are lazy/inefficient. The only way for you to get out of debt is to become more efficient, export more, and use the dollars earned to reduce the debt, in order to export more we must have free trade. To have free trade, we must enter into an agreement with the other countries in the 'region' and set up a 'free trade zone'".
Of course, once this stage is reached, each nation is told, not asked, that this free trade zone, or Common Market, can not remain static, but must develop into a political union, known as the 'EU', or 'AU' as will be the case for us. When we capitulate on one point, it is never the end of the matter. They always want more out of us, until they have pushed us all the way into the total dictatorship of world government.
The ASEAN free trade zone is being speeded up. From this year, 90 percent of traded goods will face a tariff of zero or less than 5 percent. The ASEAN free trade area will be a market of half a billion people with a combined GDP of $1.3tr. The Australian, 8/3/2000, reports that the issue of a common ASEAN currency has been raised, and a feasibility study is under way into an ASEAN-Australia-New Zealand free trade zone. No prizes for guessing what the findings of this study will be. The pollies of all three main parties will be falling over each other to get us into this trap.
Paul Kelly's heart is already bleeding: "Australia urgently needs a new and constructive debate about our Asian links." Someone should let him know that there is nothing new about the desire of the corrupt for world domination - it is as old as time itself.
BASIC FUNDIt is most encouraging to see the target now within reach. This week supporters contributed $1,103.00 bringing the total to $52,320.55. Once again we appeal to the broad base of our supporters to make that effort - no matter how small - to help fill the basic fund. The target is $60,000.00 - a small amount in comparison to the funds many other groups have at their disposal.
SYDNEY CONSERVATIVE SPEAKERS' CLUBrequests the pleasure of your company at their next meeting: Tuesday evening, May 30th, commencing at 7.30pm, at the Estonian Club, 141 Campbell Street, Sydney. Our guest speaker will be Mr. Graeme Campbell. The former MHR for Kalgoorlie (the largest electorate in the democratic world) is still passionately interested in the political future of Australia. His concerns relate to the future defence of Australia, and the undermining of our sovereignty by international treaties. As head of the Australia First Movement, Graeme Campbell has offered policies that relate to the needs of the average Australian, not the elite, and has consequently received the silent treatment from the media and the major parties. The subject of Graeme Campbell's address will be "THE STRUGGLE FOR TRUE AUSTRALIAN INDEPENDENCE". The cost of your attendance and friends is $4.00 each person. This includes an excellent supper provided at 9.30pm. Books and videos are on sale at each meeting provided by the Heritage Book Service.
CANBERRA CONSERVATIVE SPEAKERS' CLUBNext meeting is to be held on Wednesday, May 31st. The guest speaker for the evening will be Mr. Graeme Campbell, leader of the Australia First Party. Mr. Campbell will speak on Australia's defence strategy, taxation and also inform us of his activities since leaving the Federal Parliament. The venue for the evening will be the Turner Senior citizens' Club, Watson Street, Turner. The meeting will commence at 7.00pm and a good variety of books will be available for sale on the night. All League supporters and their invited guests are welcome. For further details please contact Mr. Valdis Luks on (02) 6292 2044.
TOOWOOMBA'S 34th ANNUAL WEEKENDThe League's (Qld.) Annual two-day Seminar "2000 and Beyond" and Dinner will be held this year on Saturday/Sunday, May 27th-28th, 2000. Outstanding speakers. Richard Woods, 'Racket behind Referendum'; Dr. Ziema McDonell, 'Genetic Engineering - Health Effects'; and Kerry Spencer-Salt, 'The Murphy Myth'; are just some of them. National Director Betty Luks will open the seminar and is guest speaker at the dinner. Who said Queenslanders were 'rednecks'? Make sure you come along to hear the great range of speakers! Deadline for catering bookings: Friday, May 19th, 2000. For further information contact: John Brett, (07) 4698 7505.
INDEPENDENT VERSUS PARTY HACKS
by Antonia Feitz
Our new independent MP is very attentive to his constituents. He chides local councils if they don't give him enough work! He sits on the floor with us because there aren't enough chairs in the office. He's eager to serve his constituents. Clearly, independents are the way to go. Minor parties are the next best. If they care for the country, no intelligent person should even consider voting for the major parties. In our electorate, if we can find a good candidate we hope to oust our Federal National Party MP at the next election. I hope people in other electorates are already thinking about the next election. It's only 18 months away.
RACISM BLAMED WHEN WHITE SOLDIERS MASSACREDby Tom Fielder
A black South African army officer shot and killed seven white soldiers before he was killed. Lt. Sibusiso Madubela, 28, went on the rampage after his pay had been suspended. He had been absent without leave for more than a week. However, his relatives said it was because of 'racism' in the ranks. He had instructed black soldiers to get out of the line of fire. Earlier he told friends that he planned to 'remove' white soldiers who had humiliated him. From "Truth at Last".
THE GOVERNMENT'S DODGY DEAL
by Antonia Feitz
It would appear the policy makers have little understanding of life in country towns. It would also appear they have little understanding of Australians. Australians don't suffer from a lack of leadership. We're not sheep that must be led. We well know what's wrong with the country, yet our voices have been ignored for the past twenty years through the treasonous bi-partisanship of the colluding major parties. The concept of identifying community leaders with money is absurd. And downright insulting. It might come as a surprise to the Canberra elite, but in the country, Australians work together in the traditional way that made this nation great - co-operation. They don't have, want, or need, 'leaders'.
A COMMUNITY'S REAL NEEDby Antonia Feitz
Instead of wasting money 'identifying' and 'training' community leaders, which is none of the government's business anyway - you can just imagine the sort of person who would be 'identified' by such a scheme - the government could spend that money far more productively. For example, on the local ABC radio (Tuesday), it was reported that nine patients in Inverell, NSW, have to travel some 220ks to Tamworth for their dialysis treatment. Some poor souls have to do it three times a week. Just think of the petrol costs apart from the stress. Inverell has a hospital but it's been downgraded - oops, rationalised - like most country hospitals. But it's even worse than that. The Inverell community actually raised money for two dialysis machines, but some years ago they disappeared. The current Area Health Manager (or some such title) said they couldn't be used in Inverell because of the lack of trained personnel. See? There's no money to train necessary hospital staff, but there's 75 million dollars available to train community 'leaders' - whatever they are.
Mr. Howard, memo Mr. Costello: we don't want government-discovered community leaders! We want somebody to oversee dialysis in Inverell.
THE COMMON THREAD
by Alfred King
As a starting point, consider the world's
biggest economy, the USA. It has been reported that the present
US administration, which uses Bill Clinton as a front man,
is the most overtly Zionist-influenced in American history.
This trend looks set to continue irrespective of which party
succeeds at the forthcoming US elections.
Margaret Thatcher's former backer, Sir
Trevor Chin, finds it just as easy to support Tony Blair.
Blair also appointed multi-millionaire film producer Sir David
Puttman as a member of his business committee. Puttman is
a close friend of Edgar Bronfman Jr., owner of the massive
MCA entertainment group and Universal Studios, and President
of the World Jewish Congress. Tony Blair's close ties with
key personnel of the Zionist lobby go back over many years.
He is an old and close friend of the President of the Board
of Deputies of British Jews, Eldred Tabachnik. Blair and his
wife shared barristers' chambers with Tabachnik in London.
In December, 1995, Blair addressed the
Board of Deputies annual president's dinner and spoke of his
party's "very deep" links with Jewry. Again, at a charity
dinner in September, 1996, attended by Chief Rabbi Jonathan
Sachs, Israeli ambassador Moshe Raviv and Eldred Tabachnik,
Blair promised that under his leadership, New Labour was committed
to introducing stronger legislation against "anti-semitism"
(i.e. criticism of Jewish influence) and "racism" (i.e. the
suggestion that traditional British culture and identity should
Others have the same worry about the identity of New Labour's backers being made public. Jarvis Astaire, the millionaire Jewish businessman who was a member of the circle behind Harold Wilson in 1974 and who nowadays supports New Labour, has complained that public knowledge of the ethnic identity of Tony Blair's backers, as revealed by the Sunday Times, might lead to "latent anti-Semitism". Astaire's idea for preventing such a development is not to curb the undemocratic nature of activities implied in a need for discretion, but to prevent any details of them from being made public.
Robert Gavron is a member of New Labour's most important fundraising committee and known to have himself contributed over a half a million pounds. Gavron explained "if you are a businessman you can quite easily vote either way now, as you can in the United States". This statement is quite pertinent in the light of the presence on the Conservative's party's board of treasurers of men such as its chairman Charles Hambro, property developer Sir Geoffrey Leigh, Sir Basil Feldman and bookmaker Leonard Steinberg.
It is also pertinent here in Australia. It is well known that when he was Prime Minister, at Canberra cocktail parties, Paul Keating always gravitated towards the end of the room where the Jewish power brokers could be found. Now The Age, on April 30th, tells us that our present PM has joined with the world's great leaders at the Bar-Ilan University of Tel Aviv to be given an honorary Doctorate of Philosophy for his support for the state of Israel. There John Howard, dressed in skull cap, recalled the great influence of Jews in his personal development and emphasised the contribution that Jews had made to Australia since the first of them arrived here; like his UK counterpart, he also enthusiastically supports "anti-racist" legislation.
And so we see in our own country the same behind-the-scenes phenomena, of super-rich Jewish businessmen exerting considerable influence over both choices which are offered to the public at election time. This could help to explain the 'elected dictatorship' situation: why the policies of the main parties are so remarkably similar, and in total agreement on all the big issues. Behind the TV smiles and the 'balanced' political reporting, it would appear that massive wealth has been employed to guarantee that the country is steered in a certain direction.
ENOUGH IS ENOUGH: PEOPLE POWER RALLYA citizen's group intend to hold a rally outside Parliament House, North Terrace, Adelaide. Friday, June 30th, 2000, between 11.30am and 2.00pm. Members of the public who want to speak should contact Jann Duthie, Phone/Fax: (08) 8445 7143
FROM THE MATT SINCLAIR COMMITTEE"The anger in Australia is growing daily, but not yet quite explosive. The full fury will probably break after the tax officially starts. It will be directed fairly and squarely at the Coalition Government. It is often said the memory of voters is notoriously short, but with the GST jogging the memory every moment of every day, the Liberals and Nationals would be foolish to think the electorate will somehow forgive them before the next election. The Coalition is digging its own grave just as surely as the Liberals did in Canada. P.O. Box 184, The Basin, Vic., 3184.
RELEASE OF NEW VIDEOA hard hitting dynamic new video exposes how the financial system and the corporate empires concentrate political power into the hands of the few, degrade nature, waste resources and impoverish the majority. It looks at what can be done before it is too late for this civilisation. Economic analysts from both the political left and right agree on the root cause of the global crisis and the urgency for change if the world is to hope for a sustainable future. Price $26.00 (including postage). Obtainable from League book services.
THE PAIN OF A NEW IDEAEdward Rock's book Trinitarianism certainly does open up, in a new way, concepts which have shaped (and should shape further) the development of our thinking! The book is a challenge to Christians and the big question is "Is the 'body' so divided that it is incapable of grasping the challenge"? The pain of a new idea is great - but there is nothing so invincible as the idea whose time has come! This is a book for the times we are in. Price $8.50 posted from all League book services.
SEND PREMIER COURT LETTERS OF SUPPORT FOR STAND ON FARMERSWest Australia's Premier Richard Court has publicly said Australians should welcome the beleaguered farmers of Zimbabwe into this country. He should be supported for the stand he is taking. Please make the effort to write to let him know he has the backing of other Australians. In last week's edition is a list of marginal electorate politicians who should receive letters as well.
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