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6 May 2005. Thought for the Week: "Behind the declaration of (Pope) Gelasius lies a development of the concept of human personality and of liberty that was unknown to the ancient world…The teaching of our Lord put an end to ancient doctrines of State absolutism: 'Render to Caesar the things that are Caesar's and to God the things that are God's.' The Church, which was the bearer of the Christian revelation, had by a necessity of its being to maintain that the moral and spiritual life of man shall be beyond the power and reach of the political officers of the community. There are aspects of human life which are not and cannot be under the control of the laws or authority of the State. Here is the heart of what we may call the Christian revolution…"
Richard O'Sullivan, K.C., in "Christian Philosophy in the Common Law", 1947.


by Betty Luks
"The Peter Lewis era is over," wrote Dean Jaensch in the Adelaide Advertiser 21/4/05. South Australians understand what he means. The demise of Peter Lewis as Speaker in South Australia's Parliament is the final nail in the coffin of Lewis' attempt at Constitutional reform for this State. After completion of counting the votes at the last State election, both major parties realized Peter Lewis' support was crucial for their own party to hold government. Both parties blatantly set out to 'woo' him - promising him almost 'anything' he wanted. Those were 'heady days' for Peter - such power.
"But" as Dean Jaensch reminded us, after Lewis had made his choice (Labor) "both parties went cold on the prime demand of reforms". The reforms, he insisted, "were not unreasonable and would have increased the level of democracy in the Parliament and the electorate and brought the Parliament into the new century."
What were Lewis' proposals?
1. Legislative Council (now eight years) to have the same term of four years as the House of Assembly.
2. Optional preferential voting for South Australian elections.
3. Yet another proposal was for multi-member electorates and proportional representation for the House of Assembly
4. Another was Citizen-Initiated Referendums

Jaensch thought the following reasons were why none of the proposals 'saw the light of day'.
Reform of Legislative Council- the major parties want to keep the eight-year term as a reward system for their faithful servants.
Optional preferential voting - rejected by both major parties in Lower House and probably would have been by minor parties in Upper House. Reason? The parties want all the preferences they can get through the secret deals made with other parties or independents. Optional preferences would end these cosy arrangements and give voters a 'real' choice.
Multi-member electorates and proportional representation for the Lower House of Assembly - this would have further increased the range of choices for the voters and improved the representational basis of Parliament. Major parties don't want that! They want to retain their control especially over their safe seats.
Citizen-Initiated Referendums - the major parties refused to even debate this one!

Dean Jaensch is so right:
"Opposing them (the Bills) was bad enough, but refusing even to discuss them shows just how opposed the majority of our elected members are to providing a more democratic system for the electors."
And we congratulate him for suggesting that what is needed is a "voter liberation movement, one which will show our representatives that the electorate numbers are in favour of reform of Parliament - now."


by C. H. Douglas
Originally published in The Social Creditor of December 15, 1945, Clifford Hugh Douglas warned the people they must look at this thing called 'political democracy' more closely.
"There is no single aspect of political economy which deserves more attention, and receives less, than the nature of an order.
Like so many other matters of importance and subtlety, most people understand so little of the subject that they are practically unaware that it presents any problem; still less, a problem on which the whole structure of society depends.
The immense success of mediaeval civilisation (and its ultimate failure) can be seen to be linked with one conception of an order and the sanctions which sustained it; the different, but notable, achievements--of the nineteenth century, and the chaos which has succeeded that short-lived adventure, are plainly the outcome of another.
The problem is often stated by the use of the word sovereignty; and we have an indication of that identity in the title of the gold coin which ruled the nineteenth century, the English sovereign, as well as in the declared intention to remove national sovereignty to an international centre.
The essence of medievalism (often, it may be noted, referred to as the Mediaeval Order) was the existence of the Church as a sanction, as an organisation for making effective certain checks and balances upon the use of physical force to carry an order from its utterance to its execution.
The Church claimed to be, and was to quite a considerable extent, a living body of Superior Law, not different in Intention, but far higher in Conception than the Constitution of the United States.
And: it is important to notice that the breakdown of nineteenth century English prosperity can be seen in retrospect to be contemporaneous with the decadence in social prestige of the village parson.

Political economy as distinct from ideology
Now the nature of the problem presented to political economy, as distinct from ideology, by an order, is simply this: Either Brown gives orders on his own behalf, or Mr. Pink-Geranium gives them for him. That someone has to give orders on Brown's behalf is not in dispute. And the decision between these two courses is ultimately dependent on which source of authority succeeds in making results most accurately and rapidly eventuate from orders, in reasonable identity between specification and product.
And the problem is complicated for Mr. Pink-Geranium by the fact that he has no one but Mr. Brown to whom to give orders, and Mr. Brown is convinced that it is more blessed to give than to receive.
There was a period, say between 1850 and 1914, in which the economic aspect of this problem was in a fair way to solution. The gold sovereign was a complete order system.

Mr. Brown had only:
· to tender his yellow warrant of sovereignty and he got what he wanted.
· He set in motion the most marvellous train of self-acting psychological sanctions.
· Factories sprang to life, trains ran, and ships sailed, all concerned not merely to do his will, but to do it better than anyone else.
· It is quite irrelevant to this particular argument that a large and increasing number of Mr. Browns had no sovereigns; it is a fact of history that the man who had one always wanted two, and, in consequence, if every Mr. Brown had possessed a sovereign it would still have been effective.
· It is perhaps unnecessary to observe that the virtue of the gold sovereign lay not in its material but in its sanctions.

The political equivalent
Now the political equivalent of the gold sovereign is the vote, and the merest glance at our life and times is sufficient to establish the conclusion that it fails to work. There is nothing in the possession of a vote which remotely approximates to the power of choice and the certainty of delivery enjoyed by Mr. Brown with his golden sovereign in the latter days of the nineteenth century.
No one outside the walls of a mental hospital would contend that the individual voter gets what he votes for, or voted for what he is getting. So obvious is this that the greatest difficulty is experienced in getting people to vote at all.
The vote costs nothing: and it is worth precisely what it costs. If it cost ten shillings to vote, how many voters would be registered?

But the matter does not end there. While the political vote is valueless to the individual, it enables the Satanic Powers to claim a mandate which it in fact does not confer, and which it is powerless to enforce.

This situation is so satisfactory that the ballot-box is a cardinal provision of the World State, and it is clear for any ordinary intelligent person to see that it is the intention - and in Britain the rapidly developing fact - that the economic vote will be destroyed in its nineteenth century effectiveness, and substituted by the political vote as exercised in Russia. (And that is the present situation in Australia…ed)

It is urgently necessary to realise these matters because they dominate our future.
British Governments now hold office by a trick; no British Government has any genuine mandate. Our whole political system is not merely irrational, it is a fraud and a usurpation. We have allowed the vicious nonsense which derided the values established by a thousand years of unique political experience to destroy in our name every safeguard against tyranny provided by historic continuity in the Three Estates, and we welcome the people who spawn this nonsense when they desert the Europe they have wrecked.
Nothing can save us but a drastic de-hypnotisation. It is coming; but it may kill us."


Either Brown gives orders on his own behalf, or Mr. Pink-Geranium gives them for him.
Either you have a representative Parliament or you have a delegate to whom you have handed over your freedom to make your decisions for you!
Your politician is there to represent you, not, as he presently thinks, to do the will of his political/financial masters.
That is why the Australian League of Rights continually exhorts Australians to exercise their freedom by acting responsibly, and insisting their political representative does just that - represent them, NOT ACT ON THE ORDERS OF SOME MULTINATIONAL CEO, NOR THE WORLD BANK, NOR THE UNITED NATIONS.
If Australians don't take up the challenge and exert the pressure to insist their Member of Parliament is their servant and not their master, then this nation will continue down the road to greater tyranny.


by Betty Luks
Last week we wrote of the "Kaurna Reconciliation Agreement" negotiated by four Adelaide southern Local Councils, and the "Kaurna Heritage Board". Constitutional authority, Dr. David Mitchell offered an opinion that the setting up of this legally binding "Agreement" is "an attack on Australia's governmental system, an attack on the basis of local government!"

And, he asked: What of the 'Reconciliation Agreement' that is referred to in this present Agreement?
"Although the present Agreement will have a life of only three years it is envisaged that it will be replaced by a Reconciliation Agreement thereafter (p.21). What is the Reconciliation Agreement intended to contain? Is the present draft a "softening up" for something far more radical?"
To start to get a picture of that "something more radical", we need to look at some background history to the "land rights" push.

Sir Joh Bjelke-Petersen former premier of Queensland, who passed away this last week at the great age of 94, could see there was 'something more radical" behind the push. On the 1st April, 1982, Sir Joh read a statement by the former communist Geoff McDonald in the Queensland Parliament, warning Australians of the 'hidden agenda'. The following is an excerpt from the full statement which has been incorporated into the Hansard records of the Queensland Parliament. Geoff McDonald said:

"My 32 years full time in the trade union and Labor movement, including the twelve years I was a member of the Communist Party, have provided me with a first hand knowledge of what the Communists are attempting to achieve by manipulating the Aboriginal "land rights" movement. During my years in the Communist Party I was a keen student of all aspects of Marxism-Leninism and attended Communist training schools, including the secret school at Minto, New South Wales.
I do not disagree with the concept of special areas of land being kept for the Aboriginals. But the issue is not really about land rights, as I learned first hand during my training with the Communist Party.
It was at the Minto training school in 1958, while I was engaged in painting Aboriginal murals on the lecture room walls, that I heard top Communist leaders like J.B. Miles and Lance Sharkey remark how one day in the future, if the Party worked correctly, the first step towards making Australia a Communist country would be the establishment of what they called black republic areas of Australia inhabited by Aboriginals… Other communist leaders like Bernard Taft and the Aaron brothers, Laurie and Eric, also deliberated on the Party's strategy of establishing a separate State for Aboriginals under Communist leadership."

The evidence is there for all to see if they will but open their eyes:
One piece of evidence is/was hanging in the new Parliament House. On a visit to Barunga in the Northern Territory an Aboriginal painting was presented to former prime minister Bob Hawke. Placed in the centre of the painting is the Barunga Statement - word for word. (emphasis added…ed)

"We the indigenous owners and occupiers of Australia, call on the Australian Government and people to recognise our rights:
- to self-determination and self-management, including the freedom to pursue our own economic, social, religious and cultural development.
- to permanent control and enjoyment of our ancestral lands;
- to compensation for the loss of use of lands, having been no extinction of original title;
- to protection and control of access to our sacred sights, sacred objects, artefacts, designs,
knowledge and works of art;
- to the return of the remains of our ancestors for burial in accordance with our traditions;
- to respect for and promotion of our Aboriginal identity, including the cultural, linguistic, religious and historical aspects, including the right to be educated in our own languages, and in our culture and history.
- in accordance with the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, and the International Convention on the Elimination of all forms of Racial Discrimination, including rights to life, Liberty, security of person, food, clothing, housing, medical care, education and employment opportunities, necessary social services and other basic human rights.
We call on the Commonwealth Parliament to pass laws providing:
- a national elected Aboriginal and Islander organisation to oversee Aboriginal and Islander affairs;
- a national system of land rights;
- a police and justice system which recognises our customary laws and frees us from discrimination and any activity which may threaten our identity or security, interfere with our freedom of expression or association, or otherwise prevent our full enjoyment and exercise of universally recognised Human Rights and fundamental freedoms.
We call on the Australian Government to support Aborigines in the development of an International Declaration of Principles for Indigenous Rights, leading to an International Covenant.
And we call on the Commonwealth Parliament to negotiate with us a Treaty or Compact recognising our prior ownership, continued occupation and sovereignty and affirming our human rights and freedoms."

This push for "Reconciliation Agreements" between Local Councils and Aboriginal Heritage Boards" is another nail in the coffin of the sovereign nation of Australia. When will Australians wake up?

VIDEO: Geoff McDonald's exposure of the Communists' plans for Australia is recorded on the video "Red Over Black", plus further revealing information - see the Aboriginal painting featuring the Barunga Statement hanging in Parliament House, Canberra.
Price: $20 posted from Heritage Books, P.O. Box 27, Happy Valley 5159.


by Daniel Taylor
"Alarm Bells on Infrastructure", is the leading article of The Weekend Australian" 26-27/305. A sub-headline said: "Everyone is aware we are at crisis point - Business Council of Australia" (BCA). The article, plus an internal article with the telling heading" "Get Ready to Pay More", discusses the BCA report on Australia's road, rail, electricity and water infrastructure. Governments should be spending $50 billion over the next twenty years on road, rail and water infrastructure and $40 billion on electricity generation and distribution. The failure to do this and as well to produce an efficient set of rules and regulations governing infrastructure, is great indeed: "If we don't, more blackouts, ever-worsening road congestion, increasingly tighter water restrictions and continuing export bottlenecks are the way of the future."

The article goes on to say that Australians will pay more for water, electricity and roads, but glibly states that by smart pricing - hitting only high water users or those driving on roads when they are congested - we won't really have to pay more. Nonsense, of course we will pay.
The infrastructure problem is much worse. Things such as bridges, sewerage pipes, etc., have a finite lifetime from an engineering perspective, and much of Australia's basic infrastructure will need replacement in the first part of this century. This problem has been discussed from time-to-time in publications in the United States but not extensively in Australia.

Under the present financial/economic system it is difficult to see how the comprehensive rebuilding of society's infrastructure is possible without insurmountable debt as governments borrow billions from the bankers.
One of the core arguments for social credit in this area is that vital infrastructure necessary for the undergirding of the economy, should be supported by debt-free credit for capital works, created by the sovereign nation.
The BCA has said that government spending on infrastructure will potentially boost GDP by twp percentage points of $16 billion. If this is so, then why should borrowing by governments from the private financial sector occur at all?


The following rather alarming report of the health problems the American medical profession now face is a clear warning to Australia and the 'open door' immigration policies of the political parties: By Dr. Madeleine Cosman, Ph.D., ESQ, 26-4-5.

"Illegal aliens cross America's borders medically unexamined. We shrug. We do not know what Illegal Aliens carry in their backpacks. We do not know what they carry in their bodies. Long ago we knew what legal immigrants brought with them. When my grandpa came to America, he kissed the ground of New York's Ellis Island, then he stripped naked and coughed hard. Every legal immigrant before 1924 was examined for infectious diseases upon arrival and tested for tuberculosis. Anyone infected was shipped back to the old country. That was powerful incentive for each newcomer to make heroic efforts to appear healthy.
Today, legal immigrants must demonstrate that they are free of communicable diseases and drug addiction to qualify for lawful permanent residency Green Cards.
But Illegal Aliens stop at no medical checkpoint. Whoever walks through our foolishly open Golden Door comes in healthy or sick. If a border patrol sentry catches a healthy Illegal Alien he might be sent back home immediately. However, if we catch and detain a sick Illegal Alien, who after examination by physicians in a detention centre proves to have a serious disease, we keep him! Foolish compassion makes us fear that his home country has neither adequate medical resources nor modern wonder drugs. So we release sick Illegal Aliens to the American streets, to infect others if their diseases are contagious, or we place them in our Medicaid program where we pay for their expensive treatments.
Foolish medical generosity encourages clever Illegal Aliens to exploit free medical care that EMTALA, the Emergency Medical Treatment and Active Labor Act, provides. Foolish medical graciousness encourages cynical Illegal Aliens to take and take and take again. Only a foolish guest will refuse what a foolish host offers. Our wide-open Golden Door guarantees that Illegal Aliens in their own self-interest will use and abuse our medical system. Our Golden Door also is propped open thanks to advocacy and legal aid of Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Foundation, National Immigration Law Center, Southern Poverty Law Center, and similar open border groups. America is fast becoming Hospital to the World.
Horrendous diseases that long ago America had conquered are resurging. Horrific diseases common in Third World poverty and medical ignorance suddenly are appearing in American emergency rooms and medical offices. Along with the visible invasion of Illegal Aliens across our borders is an invisible invasion of deadly diseases. Many illegals who skulk across our borders have tuberculosis (TB). That disease had disappeared from America thanks to excellent hygiene and powerful modern drugs such as Isoniazid and Rifampin. TB's swift, deadly return now is lethal for about 60% of those infected. The culprit is the new Multi-Drug Resistant Tuberculosis (MDR-TB). Until recently MDR-TB was endemic to Mexico.
The mycobacterium tuberculosis is resistant to at least two major TB drugs. Ordinary TB usually is cured in six months with four drugs (that cost about $2000). MDR-TB takes 24 months with many expensive drugs with toxic side effects (that cost around $250,000). Each Illegal Alien with MDR-TB coughs and infects numerous people who will not show symptoms immediately. Latent disease explodes later, like a time bomb.
TB was virtually absent in Virginia until in 2002 it spiked a 17% increase, but Prince William County, not far from Washington, D.C., had a meteoric rise of 188%. Public health officials blamed immigrants. Indiana School of Medicine in 2001 studied an outbreak of MDR-TB traced to illegal aliens from Mexico.
The Queens, New York, health department attributed 81% of new TB cases in 2001 to immigrants. The Centers for Disease Control ascribed 42% of all new TB cases to "foreign born" people who have up to eight times higher incidence. Apparently 66% of all TB cases coming to America originate in Mexico, the Philippines, and Viet Nam.
Virulent TB outbreaks afflicted schoolteachers and children in Michigan, and adults and kids in Texas. The teachers and kids caught it at school from coughing children of Illegal Aliens. In Minnesota, policemen suddenly came down with MDR-TB. The cops caught it in their patrol cars when they arrested Illegal Aliens who coughed in their faces. Recently TB erupted in Portland, Maine, and Del Ray Beach, Florida.
Chagas Disease has no known cure. Chagas has the revolting nickname of kissing bug disease. The Reduviid bug has parasites that favor the lips and face for infection. That noxious Trypanosoma-Cruzi protozoan annually infects 18 million people in Latin America and causes 50,000 deaths. This seditious disease also infiltrates America's blood supply. Chagas affects blood transfusions and transplanted organs. Hundreds of blood recipients may be silently infected. After 10 to 20 years, up to 30% will die when their hearts or intestines, enlarged and weakened by Chagas Disease, burst. Two people died of the three people in 2001 who received Chagas-infected organ transplants.
Leprosy, a scourge in Biblical days and in medieval Europe, so horribly destroys flesh, faces, and fingers it was called Disease of the Soul. Lepers quarantined in leprosaria sounded noisemakers when they ventured out to warn people to stay far away. Leprosy or Hansen's Disease was so rare in America that in 40 years only 900 people were afflicted. Suddenly, in the past three years America has more than 7,000 cases of leprosy. Leprosy now is endemic to northeastern states. There are leprosy clinics in New York City. Illegal Aliens and other immigrants brought leprosy from India, Brazil, the Caribbean, and Mexico.
Dengue Fever is exceptionally rare in America though common in Ecuador, Peru, Viet Nam, Thailand, Bangladesh, Malaysia, and Mexico. Recently there was a virulent outbreak of Dengue Fever on the Webb County, Texas, border with Mexico. Though Dengue usually is not a fatal disease, Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever, is one strain of the disease that routinely kills.
Polio was eradicated from America but now reappears in illegal immigrants. Intestinal parasites were mostly obliterated. Our fine sanitation and microbe-safe food supplies made them disappear. But they are back, in the bodies of Illegal Aliens.
Malaria was obliterated but now is re-emerging in Texas and other states. No mosquito that bites a person infected with malaria checks identification papers before biting another person to transmit debilitating fever.
About 4000 young children under age five annually in America contract the infectious disease called Kawasaki Disease. Youngsters develop fever, red eyes, "strawberry tongue," and acute inflammation of their coronary arteries and other blood vessels. Many suffer heart attacks and sudden death.
Hepatitis A, B, and C are resurging. An outbreak of Hepatitis A in 2003 near Pittsburgh endangered 3000 thanks to infected Mexico-grown scallions and Illegal Alien kitchen workers in a Chi-Chi's restaurant. Two Americans died. Asians number 4% of Americans but over 50% of Hepatitis B cases. We inoculate all newborns for Hepatitis B although mainly Asians are susceptible. Why? The answer is political judgment not medical judgment.
Deadly Marburg disease, like the fierce hemorrhagic Ebola, right now in April, 2005, is devastating Angola. Physicians in that African country are despairing as hundreds of infected people bleed to death. Just one infected person who could walk through the Golden Door of our Hospital to the World could be a suicide bomber with incendiaries in his arteries, veins, or capillaries.
Terrorists are buying so-called "weapons grade" strains of disease organisms for bio-warfare. America risks devastation by evil intent of a terrorist or by innocent accident of an infected Illegal Alien walking through our foolishly open Golden Door.
Illegal Aliens secret in their bodies invisible, deadly time bombs. Homeland Security ignores these lethal weapons of health destruction.
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The following letter was sent to The Australian, 25th April, 2005 from Nigel Jackson, of Belgrave, Victoria.
"Sir Joh was not such a great enemy of civil liberties as claimed by Terry O'Gorman ("Tributes and hard words for Sir Joh", 25/4).
Indeed his stance defending the 1971 Springbok tour was an attempt to protect the freedom of choice of Australians, as well as an act of respect to a foreign government.
By contrast, the yielding to mob protest and threats of violence by the federal coalition Government led by Sir William McMahon, which forced the cancellation of the tour, was an act of supine moral cowardice; and the urging of that cancellation by Sir Donald Bradman showed that he was better at batting than statesmanship.
Now that we have seen the galloping political corruption in southern Africa since the collapse of white rule in Angola, Rhodesia, Mozambique and South Africa, it is time to reassess the roles of Australians who supported the governments of those nations.
Apart from our natural and honourable wish to defend the interests of our kith and kin, we argued that disasters in Africa elsewhere after World War Two justified the Southern African whites in their campaign to allow only gradual increase of power to their black majorities.
Pressure to ensure that that gradual increase really did occur, rather than ruthless determination to destroy white rule as soon as possible, would have been a much wiser policy for Western governments and the UNO to have followed.
A less uncritical approach to the scientifically dubious doctrine of "racial equality" and a more profound understanding of human nature by the Christian Church would have helped deliver true political reform on a more realistic timescale.
In this context, Sir Joh was more clear-sighted than his critics."


The Launceston CSC are delighted to have Dr. Viera Scheibner as the guest speaker for the next meeting: Monday 16th May, 2005 at the Max Fry Hall, at 7.30pm. Her subject will be "Vaccination: What do the orthodox medical journals say?" Research scientist, Dr. Schiebner is renowned for the work she has done on this issue. Come along to hear this gifted and thoroughly entertaining lady. Admission is by gold coin. Inquiries - phone: 63 445 885.
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