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29 October 2004. Thought for the Week: "It isn't that they can't see the solution. It is that they can't see the problem."
G. K. Chesterton (1874 - 1936)

"So far from being depressed by a situation which now must get worse, those who have held fast to the Christian revelation and heritage, should now be seized with a realisation that they are being offered a tremendous opportunity to present certain salvation to their fellows in the tumultuous days which are just ahead. By their own faith and works they can demonstrate that the Kingdom is within, and that all individuals can start to search for it as they realise it will not be found in bigger and more highly centralised human organisations."
On Target 18th December, 1981


As we partake of the daily diet of carnage and chaos around the world, served up to us via our television screens, newspapers and/or radios, we need to remind ourselves there is 'order and design' behind it all. Author and journalist John Pilger explained the latest 'game plan' for us in the New Statesman, 21st August 2004.
"Supremacy is the essence of Americanism; only the veil changes or slips. In 1976, the Democrat Jimmy Carter announced "a foreign policy that respects human rights." In secret, he backed Indonesia's genocide in East Timor and established the mujahedin in Afghanistan as a terrorist organisation designed to overthrow the Soviet Union, and from which came the Taliban and al-Qaeda. It was the liberal Carter, not Reagan, who laid the ground for George W Bush."

The Blueprint for the new Imperialism
"In the past year, I have interviewed Carter's principal foreign policy overlords Zbigniew Brzezinski, his national security adviser, and James Schlesinger, his defence secretary. No blueprint for the new imperialism is more respected than Brzezinski's. Invested with biblical authority by the Bush gang, his 1997 book The Grand Chessboard: American Primacy and Its Geo-strategic Imperatives describes American priorities as the economic subjugation of the Soviet Union and the control of central Asia and the Middle East.
"His analysis says that "local wars" are merely the beginning of a final conflict leading inexorably to world domination by the US. 'To put it in a terminology that harkens back to a more brutal age of ancient empires,' he writes, 'the three grand imperatives of imperial geo-strategy are to prevent collusion and maintain security dependence among the vassals, to keep tributaries pliant and protected, and to keep the barbarians from coming together.'
"It may have been easy once to dismiss this as a message from the lunar right. But Brzezinski is mainstream. His devoted students include Madeleine Albright, who, as secretary of state under Clinton, described the death of half a million infants in Iraq during the US-led embargo as 'a price worth paying,' and John Negroponte, the mastermind of American terror in central America under Reagan who is currently 'ambassador' in Baghdad.
James Rubin, who was Albright's enthusiastic apologist at the State Department, is being considered as John Kerry's national security adviser. He is also a Zionist; Israel's role as a terror state is beyond discussion.

Cast an eye over the rest of the world
"As Iraq has crowded the front pages, American moves into Africa have attracted little attention. Here, the Clinton and Bush policies are seamless. In the 1990s, Clinton's African Growth and Opportunity Act launched a new scramble for Africa. Humanitarian bombers wonder why Bush and Blair have not attacked Sudan and 'liberated' Darfur, or intervened in Zimbabwe or the Congo…"

The answer is found in the 'censored' history of the world
(In the 1960s-70s there were other writers with a more perceptive eye than Mr. Pilger, such as South African journalist Ivor Benson. He witnessed the 'winds of change' taking place on the continent of Africa and insisted it was always a white hand in a black glove directing the 'revolutionary forces'.
The Zionist Factor
Benson records the role the Zionists played in the Rhodesian drama in a book with the above title. Ivor Benson wrote:
"A significantly different version of the Rhodesian drama, in which the Zionist role is explained at some length, is presented in a book published in Zimbabwe, formerly Rhodesia - Majuta by B.A. Kosmin, with the sub-title A History of the Jewish Community in Zimbabwe. The author makes no secret of the fact that in Rhodesia long before the unilateral declaration of independence (UDI) the terms "Jew" and "Zionist" were, as he puts it, "almost interchangeable". He tells us that in 1967, when the Rhodesians were already feeling the bite of UN-imposed economic sanctions, the President of the Central African Zionist Organisation (CAZO), Mr A.E. Abrahamson, led a delegation to Prime Minister Ian Smith "to inform him of their planned manpower and financial aid to Israel", a move which, he adds, "achieved the desired results". (Emphasis added.)

In the 1930s, says Dr Kosmin, the per capita monetary contribution of Rhodesian Jews to the Zionist cause was the highest in the world, "a tradition maintained into the 1970s" in spite of sanctions which had virtually placed the country in a state of siege. Equally disproportionate, it would seem, was the attention lavished on Rhodesia, with its tiny Jewish population, by the world's Zionist leaders: we read that visitors to the country included Chaim Weizmann, Vladimir Jabotinsky, Nahum Sokolov, Moshe Sharett, Nahum Goldmann, Norman Bentwich, Cecil Roth and, in more recent time, Generals Moshe Dayan, Yigal Allon, Chaim Hertzog and Ezer Weizmann.

Kosmin's book makes it clear that a highly organised and powerfully united Rhodesian Zionist community, which dominated the country's economic life, was always totally opposed to independence as envisaged by the ruling Rhodesian Front party, although frequently compelled for reasons of strategy and tactics to occupy positions on both sides of the battle line.

White Rhodesia is described by Kosmin as a "Herrenvolk democracy" with political trends "dangerous to Jews", among these dangerous trends being "a greater and more exclusive British patriotism" engendered by World War II, to be further enhanced when British forces were drawn into a struggle with Irgun and other Zionist terrorists in Palestine. In 1952, therefore, it was firmly decided at the annual congress of the Jewish Board of Deputies to urge Jews to become more actively involved in Rhodesian politics.
"It was perhaps no coincidence", says Kosmin, "that Jews returned to the Federal and Territorial Assemblies in the 1953 elections were all actively identified with the community and had experience of Jewish organisations".

Those who benefited from the sanctions were those mainly responsible for it
Benson continues:
"As events were to prove, economic sanctions greatly strengthened the Jewish hold on Rhodesia's commerce and industry, since inevitably the persons who benefited most from the sanctions-busting operation were those mainly responsible for conducting it; and those most vulnerable to sanctions were also most vulnerable to campaigns of intimidation and pressure exerted by Black nationalist revolutionaries inside the country.
The net result is that commerce and industry in the new Zimbabwe are more than ever concentrated in the hands of the Jews, with big companies powerful enough to be able to influence the Black politicians, and strategically placed to share with them the abundance of money coming into the country in the form of low-interest loans and foreign aid grants...

The struggle of a predominantly British White Rhodesian population to avoid being drawn into the internationalists' New International Economic Order occupies only a small part of Dr. Kosmin's rather indiscreet history, which traces the role of the Jews since they entered the country before the turn of the century, mostly as pedlars and cattle dealers, to be joined later by numbers of "refugees" from Czarist Russia…")

To continue John Pilger's article
"The answer is that they have no interest in human distress and human rights, and are busy securing the same riches that led to the European scramble in the late 19th century by the traditional means of coercion and bribery, known as multilateralism. The Congo and Zambia possess 50 per cent of world cobalt reserves; 98 per cent of the world's chrome reserves are in Zimbabwe and South Africa. More importantly, there is oil and natural gas in Africa from Nigeria to Angola, and in Higleig, south-west Sudan. Under Clinton, the African Crisis Response Initiative (Acri) was set up in secret. This has allowed the US to establish 'military assistance programmes' in Senegal, Uganda, Malawi, Ghana, Benin, Algeria, Niger, Mali and Chad.
Acri is run by Colonel Nestor Pino-Marina, a Cuban exile who took part in the 1961 Bay of Pigs landing and went on to be a special forces officer in Vietnam and Laos, and who, under Reagan, helped lead the Contra invasion of Nicaragua.

The pedigrees never change
"None of this is discussed in a presidential campaign in which John Kerry strains to out-Bush Bush. The multi-lateralism or 'muscular internationalism' that Kerry offers in contrast to Bush's uni-lateralism is seen as hopeful by the terminally naive; in truth, it beckons even greater dangers…With Nato back in train under President Kerry, and the French and Germans compliant, American ambitions will proceed without the Napoleonic hindrances of the Bush gang.
Little of this appears even in the American papers worth reading. The Washington Post's hand-wringing apology to its readers on 14 August for not "pay[ing] enough attention to voices raising questions about the war [against Iraq]" has not interrupted its silence on the danger that the American state presents to the world.

The 'pre-fascist state'
Bush's rating has risen in the polls to more than 50 per cent, a level at this stage in the campaign at which no incumbent has ever lost. The virtues of his 'plain speaking,' which the entire media machine promoted four years ago 'Fox and the Washington Post alike' are again credited. As in the aftermath of the 11 September attacks, Americans are denied a modicum of understanding of what Norman Mailer has called 'a pre-fascist climate.'The fears of the rest of us are of no consequence.

Those defending their homeland described as 'militants' or 'insurgents'
"The professional liberals on both sides of the Atlantic have played a major part in this. The campaign against Michael Moore's Fahrenheit 9/11 is indicative. The film is not radical and makes no outlandish claims; what it does is push past those guarding the boundaries of 'respectable' dissent. That is why the public applauds it. It breaks the collusive codes of journalism, which it shames. It allows people to begin to deconstruct the nightly propaganda that passes for news: in which 'a sovereign Iraqi government pursues democracy' and those fighting in Najaf and Fallujah and Basra are always 'militants' and 'insurgents' or members of a 'private army,' never nationalists defending their homeland and whose resistance has probably forestalled attacks on Iran, Syria or North Korea.
The real debate is neither Bush nor Kerry, but the system they exemplify; it is the decline of true democracy and the rise of the American 'national security state' in Britain and other countries claiming to be democracies, in which people are sent to prison and the key thrown away and whose leaders commit capital crimes in faraway places, unhindered, and then, like the ruthless Blair, invite the thug they install to address the Labour Party conference.
The real debate is the subjugation of national economies to a system which divides humanity as never before and sustains the deaths, every day, of 24,000 hungry people. The real debate is the subversion of political language and of debate itself and perhaps, in the end, our self-respect." (emphasis added)

Contrary to the 'spin-diet' Australians are fed through the mainline media, America (and by Howard's support of the US war of aggression in Iraq, also Australia) is not seen as the great white knight astride her white-as-white charger rescuing the Middle East from the evil rule of Saddam Hussein and his WMD.
Who remembers the bilge we were fed at the war's commencement? It seems aeons ago now as this terrible situation drags on and we view Iraq's physical structures being wiped out of existence and more and more Iraqis brutally blasted out of existence. Interestingly, a little snippet appeared in the Ballarat Courier, 14/10/04 presenting another viewpoint from Iran's Tehran Times.
"At this critical juncture, Russia must clarify its position on the regional crises, so that regional countries can begin working for progress and reconstruction free of US interference. Regional countries have always respected Russia, and therefore Russia should make use of its potential and position to challenge the US attempt to impose its hegemony over the region and the plans to redraw the map of the Middle East in line with the interests of the Zionists."

Although the Australian people have voted for 'more of the same' by giving John Howard control of the House of Representatives and possibly the Senate, their problems are not going to disappear by the wave of a magic wand. The following report from our State Director Lou Cook of Numurkah Victoria could help to enlighten them.
"The advertisement in The Leader, Numurkah 29th September 2004, page 8, paid for by Jeff Davy was one of the best summing up of the financial problems facing Australia that I have ever read.
"The questions posed must be understood and answered by the voting public, only then will we see responsible representation by our elected members. It is true that WE get the government WE voted into power."
Have you ever considered the 'apparent' financial policy of the elected government, regardless of party affiliations, toward the people of Australia?
It is to make sure that the majority of the population never become financially independent. This is achieved by excessive taxation, regulation licences and fees and any other method that a bureaucratic mind can conceive.
And why would this be so?
How else can you secure votes from an electorate that is financially independent? This is an observation formed after taking an interest in the political scene for over fifty years. I found the way Howard and Latham competed for the votes of decent Australians extremely disgusting as they spend taxpayers funds which should never have been collected in the first place, on proposals that may never be implemented, for a variety of reasons only politicians can invent.
What has this to do with the people of Murray?
The representatives we elect to the House of Representatives and the Senate could aid and abet a further erosion of our independence in all manner of issues affecting our individual freedom. The bottom line is that "access to money is a licence to live", if you do not have adequate financial resources to keep you in the basic necessities of life, then your lot is likely to be a miserable existence and that is why you need to understand "what is money and where does it come from?" the pertinent questions posed by Mr Davy.
I find it difficult to understand why the minor parties don't take up these issues but then it possibly suits them to be involved just enough to get their snouts in the public trough.

Summed up, Mr Davy asked Liberal Sharon Stone to answer the following questions.
· WHAT is the current rural debt?
· What is the current foreign debt?
· And where does money come from?
He went on to answer the questions and warned the people in his electorate of the approaching storms, the effects of which we are all going to feel. He reminded those:
"…smug self-centred people who think that the Keynesian debt-financial system won't affect them. I'm sorry, it's already affecting you and it affects you through higher local government rates and levies, higher state government taxes and levies, and higher federal government taxes, levies, rates and under Keynesian debt-finance, governments will always have to raise taxation for local, state and federal government to pay for services, water, roads, hospitals, aged care, public transport.
Look at what we've lost in Numurkah and district over the last 25 years:
"Court house, state rivers and water supply depot and office, trains system to Melbourne, lands department, state electricity system office and depot, grain elevators board depot, State Bank, and last but not least, Numurkah Shire Council - all of these were driven out by the one thing, Keynesian debt finance.
We have to become more efficient.
"We've just become the highest taxed group of Australians in Australia's history with a $4.6 billion budget surplus. The average Australian worker now pays $6,500 a year in indirect levies and taxes or works 96 days a year to pay tax. 99.9% of the population doesn't know where money comes from.
They either don't know or don't care or are just plain too stupid to understand.
Which one are you?"

In a follow-up advertisement, Jeff Davy used more of his own money to continue educating the readers of the local paper, and while delighted that he took upon himself such a task at his own expense, we thought the following information taken from notes by Douglas' pupil, Professor Geoffrey Dobbs, could be helpful to those who first come across the subjects of banking, finance, money, purchasing power and the production system.
"During WWI, consulting engineer Major C.H. Douglas was sent to the Farnborough Aircraft Factory to sort out some costing problems for the British Government. His attention was drawn to the much faster rate at which the factory was generating costs as compared with the rate at which it was distributing incomes.
Could this be true of every factory or commercial business he asked?
Distributed purchasing power - wages salaries and dividends
He collected information from over 100 large businesses in Great Britain, and found that, in every case except in businesses heading for bankruptcy, the total costs always exceeded the sums paid out in wages, salaries and dividends. It followed that only a part of the final product could be distributed through the incomes disbursed by its production, and moreover, a diminishing part, as industrial processes lengthened and became more complex and increased the ratio of overheads to current wages.
Unless this defect in monetary book-keeping were corrected (which in his view was perfectly practicable) the distribution of the remainder must depend increasingly on work in progress on future products whether wanted or not (look at what the industrialised nations are doing to their own environments with the insatiable appetite for more and more production…ed) financed by loan credit, export credits, sales below cost leading to bankruptcies and centralisation of industrial power, or by consumer borrowing.

Rapacious demand of continuous economic 'growth'
Douglas insisted the end result of such a system was (predictably) disastrous -- as national and international events are now confirming.
It is the dilemma between:
· Mass-poverty through unemployment and growing inflation, debt and monopoly, with waste of human effort and the earth's resources to maintain 'full employment'.
· And the rapacious demand of continuous economic 'growth' (resulting in economic warfare between nations) leading inexorably on towards military war (between nations).
"This original engineer's approach, which regarded the monetary system much as Douglas, a former railway engineer, had regarded the ticket system, as a mere book-keeping convenience for the efficient distribution of the product, was completely alien and unacceptable to the economic theorists of the day."

Mr Davey was right to point to the warnings made by men such as Douglas
'… some time into the future, under ever increasing taxation, ever increasing government debt, ever increasing personal debt, ever increasing cost of production… not only would there be a 'debt crisis', but it was inevitable that it would get progressively worse to the point where society will slowly collapse into a state of total chaos and suffering under the extreme financial pressures'.
Mr. Davey noted:
'We are seeing the start of it now through a hospital system that can't cope, where doctors and nurses are pushed to the limit just to carry out every day chores, through the record breakdown of marriages, increase in alcoholism and violence, record bankruptcies, record suicides, youth included, record homelessness, degradation of the environment and river systems.
Farmers have been pushed to use large volumes of irrigation water to increase production just to remain viable. And who now are about to have the rug pulled out from underneath them if 1500gl of water is returned to the Murray River environmental flows?
It is pointless to talk about sustainable agriculture and sustainable environments when the production system is distorted by an unsustainable banking and money system.
Sooner of later, even Dumb and Dumber will wake up to the flaw in the money system. (Mr. Davey, methinks you are too kind in believing Dumb and Dumber are simply ignorant of the flaw in the money system…ed)
The reserve bank's own official figures once showed that there was only $15.201 billion in currency in Australia, yet there was $333.730 billion of credit (read debt…ed) collateralised to the banks.
How can you pay off $333.730 billion of debt with $15.201billion of money, I would like someone to tell me! Perhaps we could ask the man responsible for monetary policy in Australia. The treasurer, he seems to think he knows the answers to everything, but I don't think he could answer that one.
For every $1 of credit, there is $22 of debt. How can you pay that off?
Not only is it a mathematical impossibility to pay off debt, it is also a physical impossibility…

Australia's money supply has increased $100 million dollars every 24 hours since the coalition government gained office. And banks make $27 million profit every 24 hours. The banking and money system is nothing more than a corrupt, contrived, immoral, unfair and unjust way of obtaining people's property.
Sooner or later, there is going to be a lot of angry people around when they realise that they have lost their farm or their business, or their home, or their family through the breakdown of their marriage, but I guess that's nothing to the people who could see no way out under the crippling burden of debt but to take their lives and leave behind their families to suffer a life of guilt and not knowing why.
1. What is the answer? Create a Commonwealth Rural Bank with long term, low interest fixed rates for all primary producers, rural business, rural councils and shires to be able to borrow money at between that of our trading competitors, Japan at zero percent, America at base rate of 1.5 percent and Britain at three percent which equals two percent, to cope with seasonal fluctuations and conditions such as drought, floods, bushfires and storm damage to crops.
2. Have a three-year debt moratorium with no interest and no principal repayments.
If you fix the banking-money system, then all the economic, social and environmental problems will begin to fall into line. Allow it to continue and as sure as the sun comes up in the morning, rural Australia will be headed for economic collapse.
Money is only a medium of exchange, (it is simply a means by which we deal with the real things…ed) not a commodity. Yours etc., Jeff Davy Katunga.
Further reading: "Economic Democracy"; "The Monopoly of Credit"; "Money and the Price System"; "The Use of Money" -- books by C.H. Douglas. From all League Book Services.


by Michael Lane
Dear Friends, I sent the following letter to 126 Ohio, USA daily and weekly newspapers.
To the Editor:
Every three years a Survey of Consumer Finance is conducted, and that's when we find out how much money we have in our pockets. At the end of 2001, we had $2,380.6 billion. But then, all business debt and all government debt is ultimately charged to us, isn't it? So when we had $2,380.6 billion in our pockets, what were the net outstanding charges against us? According to the Federal Reserve website, they were $5,210.5 billion. That's the sum of Credit Market Funds Advanced by commercial banks.
Credit Market Funds Advanced is the money supply (M2). It's what we owe to the source of money, net of what we owe to each other. This ultimate debt has been building and building for many decades.
It doesn't take a rocket scientist to see that there is something wrong with this picture. We owe $5,210.5 billion.
We have $2,380.6 billion.
We're almost three trillion dollars short, and counting. And the only conventional way to get it is for someone to borrow it so we can earn it, and then we'll owe eight trillion. A classic Catch-22. There's only one way out of such a ridiculous dilemma. Add three trillion dollars to the money supply outside of Credit Market Funds Advanced, earmarked as debt-zapping money. It can then exit the money supply, taking debt with it. Thereafter, inject smaller amounts in this way periodically as a pressure valve to make the money system self-liquidating in fact, as it is in theory.


The dust had scarcely settled and the newly elected recovered from their election fever when NSW's socialist Premier Bob Carr called on John Howard (Commonwealth) to take over the States' 'ailing hospitals'. How long before John Howard comes to 'the rescue' of the States and agrees to Carr's suggestion?
This is but one more step in the centralised control of our systems and institutions.
Douglas cautioned us in "Warning Democracy":
"So long as this condition of affairs remains… so long indeed as the financial system remains unmodified . . . statesmanship would thus appear to consist in attacking one section of the public after another, and steadily reducing the power of resistance of each while consolidating the position of the financial hierarchy. There can be no remedy for this state of affairs, so fatal to morale, until a statesman is in power who is prepared to face squarely the issue that either finance will rule the world and the statesman will become a species of bank clerk; or, on the other hand, a halt will be called to the aggression of the financier, sanctioned and assisted by the law, upon each section of society in turn, and he will be reminded of the warning given many hundreds of years ago: 'Ye take too much upon yourselves, ye sons of Levi.'"

Hospitals aside, how many people who consciously choose alternative health therapies (at their own financial cost) noted the sales pitch John Howard continually made during the election campaign on behalf of the Pharmaceutical Companies? Of course, it was wrapped in a sugar-coated policy 'for the ailing and elderly to have access to better/cheaper medication' from these powerful commercial organisations.


The next meeting of the Sydney CSC will be held on Thursday evening 28th October, 2004 commencing at 7.30pm. The guest speaker will be Sister Susan Connelly and her subject will be: "East Timor Today." Sister Connelly has recently returned from East Timor and has an interesting story to tell on the prevailing conditions in that country.
The venue is the Lithuanian Club, 16 East Terrace, Bankstown. Bring a friend for the first time and the entrance fee of $5.00 will be waived. Books will be on display from the Heritage Book Service.
Date for your Diary: Thursday evening 25th November, 2004. The last meeting for the year is an Open Night, where you are invited to have your say for five minutes. You are to advise the Chairman on arrival of your subject. Questions may be asked at the end of the session.

Feed back informs us the folk thoroughly enjoyed the Albury National Weekend events and fellowship. A full report will appear in next month's The New Times Survey. The full range of speakers have been Audio Taped and the tapes are available from MEA Tapes, P.O. Box 248, East Caulfield, Vic. 3145.
Speakers: 58th New Times Dinner, "Handing on the Baton'; Betty Luks, "Douglas, the Herald of Good News"; Roy Gustard, "70th Anniversary Douglas' Visit"; Wally Klinck , "Social Credit News from Canada"; Jeremy Lee, "The Light is Dawning".
Prices are: Individual tapes $6.00 posted or the full set for $30.00 posted.

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