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1 Aril 2005. Thought for the Week: "Are there not twelve hours of daylight? Those who walk during the day do not stumble, because they see the light of this world."
"Again Jesus spoke to them, saying, "I am the light of the world. Whoever follows me will never walk in darkness but will have the light of life."
Gospel of St. John.


by James Reed
In the 1400s Chinese vessels roamed throughout South-East Asia extracting tribute from nations that did not want to feel the might of the Chinese war machine. The Chinese were in many respects like the Nordic Vikings of between 800-1000AD. Then, for reasons that scholars still debate - most probably fear of a direct confrontation with rising European powers - China withdrew from the world stage. Napoleon Bonaparte (1769-1821) is reputed to have said when asked about the possibility of conquering China, "Let the sleeping giant lie."
Today however, the sleeping giant has awoken.

We have been warned about the threat to White Christian civilisation which China and other coloured nations, such as India and Japan poses, by a diverse range of thinkers. Oswald Spengler (1880-1936) author of The Decline of the West considered this problem in one of his last books The Hour of Decision. He lamented the folly of the White man allowing his technology to be used by races that despised him and who would ultimately attempt to exterminate him.
Others though, a considerable political distance to the left from Spengler have seen China as having national ambitions. Over fifty years ago, C.P. Fitzgerald of the Australian National University said (cited from News Weekly, 23rd March, 1996):
"The Chinese sphere of power which they are at present re-establishing was established 2000 years ago and, if that was an appropriate range of power in those days of the horse and cart, one must assume that with modern weapons the present range is multiplied many times over.
It would seem likely that the Pacific region is now considered by the Chinese as a part in which they are acutely interested and where they have a full right of consultation. That means Japan, South-East Asia, Australia and New Zealand. Probably they would not be indifferent to anything in the Indian Ocean as far as the coast of Africa."

The Dragon Awakes
The growth rate of the Chinese economy has been about 9 per cent for the last few years. International capitalism has literally force-fed China financial capital to fuel this growth. China has a seemingly insatiable demand for metals, iron ore and coal, which nations like Australia has been happy to supply. In return "cheap" consumer goods flood our markets, with "Made in China" appearing on almost everything. Soon it will appear on personal computers, as IBM has sold its personal computer business to 'Lenoso', China's biggest computer manufacturer.
Consequently it is not surprising to find Goldman Sachs Asia vice-chairman Ken Courtis saying at the 6th May, 2004 "Future Summit" that China is the key to Australia's fortune. The Australian 7th May, 2004.

Earlier, former Prime Ministers such as Malcolm Fraser, Bob Hawke and Paul Keating welcomed the idea China might surpass the United States and become No.1. In general most of the "let's be Asia" paradigm in Australia have white washed (or 'yellow washed') China's massive human rights violations. The 'Chinaisers' have been much like the Left have been on atrocities and genocide committed by communist regimes. In fact, to state the obvious, even given China's expanding capitalist sector, China is still ruled by a Communist Party, although we seldom hear the word "Communist" in media discussions. We hear little if anything from the mainstream media about China's acts of genocide in Tibet or the persecution and State murder of Chinese Christians. There is simply too much money to be made to offend the murderous dragon to be too concerned about human rights abuses.

Nor are the Australian public told much by the establishment media about the enormous social and environmental costs of China's growth.
One needs to go to China and breathe the filthy air to appreciate the extent of China's air pollution. Air pollution is among the highest on earth and clouds of brown and black smoke seem to be everywhere. Six of the world's most polluted cities are in China, including the capital Beijing.
Our Australian greenies who always whinge about how "degraded" our rivers are should closely examine Chinese rivers. But don't get too close because many rivers are clogged with thick dark industrial pollution. Deforestation has led to the country's deserts expanding by several hundred thousand square kilometres per year. Nowhere on earth can match such degradation. The Gobi Desert is now less than 200 miles from the capital Beijing, the advance of the desert being at a pace of about two miles a year.

In the past twenty years over 200 million people have moved from rural to urban areas. In the next two decades another 300 million people will make the same migration. Vast armies of these migrant workers, industrial cannon fodder, are crowded into urban industrial areas, doing whatever work is available, typically under appalling sweatshop conditions. Then of course, China has its prisoners to do the "really dirty" work, with many being literally worked to death.
Yet, Western liberals and human right buffs, who constantly beat their breasts about supposed human rights abuses in Australia of Aborigines are silent on all of these issues. There would seem to be able material for a critique of China, but these human rights heroes are only concerned about attacking White European "abuses" as an extension of their conspiratorial hatred of their own people. If this is mistaken, then let us hear from them in passionate tones of Chinese human rights abuses.

The Asianisers are delighted about the coming free trade agreement with China. Big Business in Australia is already moving to bring in cheap Chinese labour to meet a so-called "skills shortage", because, allegedly local tradesmen are not available. Over 20,000 contract workers were brought in last year to fill the trade shortages from welders to fruit pickers. In the future, warns the ACTU, there will be a trade shortage of 250,000 places - and already the Asianisers hope to fill these places by Chinese and Indian 'guest' workers rather than train our own apprentices and give our young people a future.

This is a policy of perfidy, pure and simple. The W.A. secretary of the Australian Manufacturing Workers Union, Jack Ferguson has recognised that 'guest' workers effectively become more migrants because they never go home:
"The Federal Government talk about the boat people coming in, but this four-year visas plan [given to 'guest' workers] is letting hundreds of immigrants in through the back door."
Of course - all the quicker to Asianise us!

Not long ago, Australia was told that its future lay in information technology. The rootless cosmopolitans who control global capital have also developed India by injecting capital and jobs into her, especially IT and services. India is chasing China's 9 per cent growth rate and has reached 6 per cent over a number of years. The investment bank Goldman Sachs estimates that India will have the third largest economy in the world by 2050, after China at number one and the U.S. at number two.

THE U.S. IN 2050
In the year 2050, the U.S. is projected to have a White racial minority and to be primarily an Asian/Hispanic nation - if it doesn't fall apart. India and China, bitter rivals will thus battle it out for world supremacy. The rise of India as yet another threat to the survival of the White race is aided by the trend in outsourcing to India of our IT jobs. This is eroding the IT infrastructure of Australian society. It means that there is no future in IT for our graduates.
The free trade agreement with China will firmly lock Australia into a dependency relationship with China and will move Australia away from defensive links to the United States. Already to appease the Chinese, John Howard has cold-shouldered the Dalai Lama and Foreign Minister Downer has publicly distanced Australia from the United States' policy on the Taiwan issue.

Richard Bernstein and Ross H. Munro in their book The Coming Conflict with China, (Alfred A. Knopf 1997), point out that China is the only country whose nuclear missiles target the United States. These authors note that China sees itself as the centre of world civilisation and as a rightful leader of the world. They resent the United States' dominant role and aim to displace it in the coming decades. The "end of the American era" is at hand says Charles A. Kupchan in The End in the American Era (Alfred A. Knopf, 2003).

Marxist A.G. Frank in Reorient looks forward to the end of the West, a West that those in his tradition despise and seek to discredit. Power is flowing from the West to Asia, says a more cautious James F. Hoge in his paper "A Global Power Shift in the Making," published in "Foreign Affairs" July/August 2004, journal of the conspiratorial Council on Foreign Relations. For Hoge, this "power-shift" must be accommodated, not opposed. The West must accept its fate and indeed actively help China succeed.

Some policy writers though are somewhat disturbed by this "power-shift". B. Lintner in "A New Battle for the Pacific", Far Eastern Economic Review 5th August 2004, quotes authorities who see a new Cold War erupting in the Pacific. Mohan Malik of the "Asia-Pacific Centre for Security Studies" in Honolulu has observed that China has economically penetrated the Pacific nations via immigration of hundreds of thousands of Chinese. These Chinese have already "upset traditional ethnic and economic patterns".

The Chinese diaspora and overseas Chinese are a major source of Chinese power. The Lintner article concludes that it is "inevitable that [China's] interests in the region will clash with those of the U.S. in the longer term."

In this context we should view the European Union's decision to lift its 15-year arms embargo on China with dismay. Europeans are force-feeding the dragon that will roast them in the future. Significantly that great Asianiser John Howard rebuffed the U.S.'s request to dissuade the EU of its insane scheme. (The Australian "EU gets cold feet on arms to China" 23rd March 2005, reports the EU is having 'second thoughts'…ed).
Australia has already taken its first steps on the road to becoming a colony of China, a dragon that has once more begun its quest for imperial expansion - all aided by Western money and technology. Spengler was right. We need to think about all of this next time we have a choice of not buying Chinese goods.


by Mike Adams
Note: Mike Adams is a holistic nutritionist and author of more than 1,500 articles on disease prevention, conventional medicine, and more.
He posts new articles daily at https://www.NewsTarget.com.

"There is a curious tendency in conventional medicine to label a set of symptoms as a disease. For example, I recently spotted a poster touting a new drug for osteoporosis. It was written by a drug company and it said this: "Osteoporosis is a disease that causes weak and fragile bones." The poster went on to say that you need a particular drug to counteract this "disease."
Yet the language is all backward. Osteoporosis is not a disease that causes weak bones. Osteoporosis is the name given to a diagnosis of weak bones. In other words, the weak bones happened first, and then the diagnosis followed.
Another drug company defines osteoporosis as "the disease that causes bones to become thinner." Again, the cause and effect are reversed. And that's how drug companies want people to think about diseases and symptoms: First you "get" the disease, then you are "diagnosed" just in time to take an expensive new drug for the rest of your life.
But it's all hogwash. There is no such disease as osteoporosis. It's just a name for a pattern of symptoms that indicate you've let your bones get fragile. And to treat it, western doctors will give you prescriptions for drugs that claim to make your bones less brittle.

We should really call it Brittle Bones Disease, and describe the treatment in plain language - exercise, vitamin D, mineral supplements with calcium and strontium, natural sunlight, and the avoidance of substances like soft drinks, white flour, and added sugars, which strip away bone mass.

Diabetes is another condition given a complex name that puts its solution out of reach of the average patient. Type 2 diabetes isn't technically a disease. It's just a natural metabolic side effect of consuming refined carbohydrates and added sugars in large quantities without engaging in regular physical exercise.
The name "diabetes" is meaningless to the average person. It should be called Excessive Sugar Disease. If it were called Excessive Sugar Disease, the solution to it would be rather apparent.

Cancer is another disease named after its symptom. To this day, most doctors and patients still believe that cancer is a physical thing: a tumour. In reality, a tumour is only a side effect of cancer, not its cause. A tumour is simply a physical manifestation of a cancer pattern that is expressed by the body.
When a person "has cancer," what they really have is a sluggish or suppressed immune system. And that would be a far better name for the disease: Suppressed Immune System Disorder.
If cancer were actually called that, it would seem ridiculous to try to cure it by cutting out tumours and destroying the immune system with chemotherapy. These are the two most popular treatments for cancer, and they do nothing to support the patient's immune system or prevent future occurrences. That's exactly why most people who undergo chemotherapy or the removal of tumours end up with yet more cancer down the road.

The cure for cancer already exists, and it's found in every human body. Your body kills cancer cells as a routine daily task, and it has done it thousands of times in your lifetime. All we have to do is stop poisoning our bodies with cancer-causing chemicals and start feeding ourselves the materials our bodies need to beat chronic disease. Instead of searching for new technological cures, our money and time would be better spent making people aware of the existing cures and prevention strategies available right now.

Here's another example: high cholesterol. Conventional medicine says that high cholesterol is caused by a chemical imbalance in the liver, the organ that produces cholesterol. Thus the treatment is drugs (statin drugs) that inhibit the liver's production of cholesterol. Upon taking these drugs, the high cholesterol (the "disease") is regulated.
But the fatal flaw in this approach is once again evident: The symptom is not the cause of the disease. There is another cause, one that is routinely ignored by conventional medicine, doctors, drug companies, and even patients. The root cause of high cholesterol is primarily dietary. A person who eats foods that are high in saturated fats and hydrogenated oils will inevitably produce more bad cholesterol. It's simple cause and effect, not some bizarre behaviour by the liver.

"There's a great deal of ego invested in the medical community, and they sure don't want to make health sound attainable to the average person."
If the disease were accurately named, it would be called Fatty Food Choice Disease. That would make more sense to people. And the obvious solution to the disease would be to choose foods that aren't so fatty. Of course, that may be a bit of an oversimplification, since you have to distinguish between healthy fats and unhealthy fats. But at least the name would give patients a better idea of what's actually going on.

Outside the United States, the names of diseases in other languages (such as Chinese) more accurately describe their actual causes. In western medicine, however, the name of the disease obscures the root cause. That makes all diseases sound far more complex and mysterious than they really are.
That's a shame, because the treatments and cures for virtually all chronic diseases are actually quite simple and can be described in plain language. Preventing and reversing these diseases only requires language that describes things like making different food choices, getting more natural sunlight, drinking more water, engaging in regular physical exercise, avoiding specific toxins, supplementing your diet, and so on.

There is a degree of arrogance in the language of western medicine, and this arrogance propagates the separation between doctors and their patients. Separation never results in healing. In order to create healing, we must bring together healers and patients by using plain language that real people understand and that real people can act upon.
There's a great deal of ego invested in the medical community, and they sure don't want to make health sound attainable to the average person. Making the language of disease complicated keeps it out of reach of the public.

But health is attainable by every single person. It isn't rocket science. It's not complex. And it doesn't require a prescription. Health is easy, it is straightforward, and it is direct. And, for the most part, it is available free of charge if you invoke the healing power of sunlight, pure water, stress reduction, exercise, and healthy food choices.

Big Medicine - Big Agro - Big Pharma
Adam's continues: I know that some of you are eager for "the government" (I think that is us), to provide free "health care": but you know that the government is owned and operated for the benefit of super wealthy corporations: i.e. Big Medicine, Big Agro, and Big Pharma (Bush alone has three Eli Lily Executives at the cabinet level). So I hope this has caused the question to form in your minds of which kind of "health care" or medicine will be forced upon us and subsidized by us under the system you desire. Maybe we should redefine disease somewhat before proceeding into a plan that will be one more form of non-survival corporate welfare.


http://english.pravda.ru/main/18/90/360/13027_GMO.html - 06/07/2004 11:11
Baby food manufacturers conduct cynical experiments on Russian newborns. Scientists tested samples of the most popular brands of baby foods sold in Russian supermarkets. Results turned out to be absolutely shocking: 70% of samples contained genetically modified organisms (GMO). Some of the dairy and vegetable mixes were fully made of GMO!
Almost every package contains the phrase "Contains no artificial preservatives." Ecologists however decided to test several most popular baby foods of Russian and foreign manufacturers in order to see whether they contained any percentage of genetically modified organisms. It turned out they all did.
"According to the new resolution of the head sanitary inspector, any product containing more than 0.9% of GMO has to be labelled accordingly," says geneticist Alexander Baranov. "Some mixes were 100% genetically modified. We can simply cripple our kids."

Generally, GM-components were found in foreign products manufactured by Nestle, Semper, Valio and others. Scientists decided to address the President, the State Duma and the Federation Council with a request to introduce moratorium on the use of GMO in baby foods and in other products alike as well as impose fines on those companies for not labelling their products. "Several companies once even earned a title of "The most brazen baby food manufacturer, which was awarded by the International baby food association," says secretary of the CIS alliance "Pro BioSafety" Victoria Kolexnikova. "Some of these brands are used to feed newborns in our maternity homes."

After a scandal of 1997 in Europe between consumers and major manufacturers, many companies proclaimed themselves to be "GMO Free." However, these particular companies today appear on the list of the manufacturers that use GMO in baby foods. It is also noteworthy to mention that some of them follow a double-standard system. This basically means that they export products of certain quality to some countries and other products of significantly lower quality - to other countries. It isn't hard to guess that Russia is one of the "other" countries.


Philip Johnston, Home Affairs Editor for The Telegraph 3/7/05 reports Blair's U.K. "Government claims that high levels of immigration bring economic benefits to the country are challenged in a new study published today.
A report from the Migrationwatch think-tank says Tony Blair and other ministers are routinely citing statistics that are disingenuous at best and often wrong. These include the suggestion that immigration contributes 0.5 per cent to the nation's overall GDP and that immigrants contribute £2.5 billion more to the economy than they cost.
Such figures have often been quoted by Mr Blair and Cabinet colleagues in support of record immigration levels.
But the Migrationwatch report says they are misleading because while immigrants do add to the size of the economy they also add to the population.
Sir Andrew Green, chairman of the think-tank, said: "What the Government conveniently fails to mention is that they therefore generate considerable costs in terms of infrastructure - schools, hospitals, housing, transport etc."
When these costs are added back, says the report, the true economic "benefit" to the host population is likely to be at best the addition of 0.1 per cent of GDP, or about 14p a week per head each year.
The likely true benefit is probably no better than neutral - as all major studies overseas have also concluded.
Sir Andrew added: 'It is extraordinary that this Government's principal justification for the current immigration levels is built on such shaky foundations. They seem to believe that, if their supporters repeat false claims often enough then, despite the clear evidence to the contrary, people will believe them and be reassured."
The report says that while the current levels of immigration are attractive to employers because they provide an unlimited source of cheap labour, they are extremely expensive for the taxpayer and harmful for the less skilled indigenous workforce whose wages are held down and who are more likely to end up unemployed.
Furthermore, to the extent that immigration holds down wages, it makes it more difficult to attract into the labour force the one million on incapacity benefit who would like to work.
A claim made by Ministers that migrants contribute to pensions is dismissed as requiring "virtually impossible" rates of immigration.
The report says that while limited skilled migration in both directions is a natural and beneficial feature of open economies, the issue is one of scale. It claims that immigration at current levels - around 150,000 net arrivals a year - brings with it "considerable costs in terms of additional strains on housing, public services and social cohesion." It also accuses Ministers of relying on "dodgy" statistics. A Home Office calculation that migrants in the UK contributed in taxes £2.5 billion more than they consumed in benefits and public services was made in a year in which the government accounts were in surplus so everyone paid in more than they took out.
Correcting for this reduces their "contribution" by £1.3 billion."
Do you still find it hard to believe there is an open agenda to flood the western world with alien peoples as well as intentionally importing cheap labour and destroying any hope for the future of our children?


The Fund is slowly but steadily rising and the figure of $21,291.80 has been reached. Thank you one and all. The work of the League is needed more than ever, and it is encouraging to see the way the younger generation have taken to our work through the website. Now with the launching of the CD-Rom the work of the League can go out to other sections of our communities. Please consider making gifts of the CD-Rom thus spreading the work even further.


Wednesday, 30th March, 2005 marked the 100th meeting of the Launceston Conservative Speakers' Club and it was planned to make it a special night.
Past Guest Speakers and Supporters were contacted informing them of this landmark and thanking them for helping us to reach our 100th.
Our first Guest Speaker (August 28th, 1995) was the Hon. Neil Robson, a Member of the Tasmanian Parliament for 15 years - including holding Ministerial portfolios.
The evening's proceedings were recorded by the late Tom Fielder who came to Launceston especially for our inaugural meeting.
Our principal Speaker for our 100th meeting was Rev. David Mitchell, a brilliant constitutional lawyer, member of the Australian Monarchist League and a fine Christian gentleman. Mr. Reg Watson, State President of the Australian National Flag Association also addressed the gathering.
People attending had the opportunity to give a donation for furthering the work of the Club and supper was served at the close of the meeting. We met in the Max Fry Hall, Gorge Rd., Trevallyn, 30th March, 2005 at 7.30 pm. Taswegians, plan to attend the next Launceston CSC meeting!


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