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24 June 2005. Thought for the Week: "The purpose of studying economics is not to acquire a set of ready-made answers to economic questions, but to avoid being deceived by economists."
Joan Robinson, late Cambridge University and critic of orthodox economics.
The same can be said about a number of other academic disciplines in the modern uni-perveristy, including law.


by James Reed
Australia's top anti-terrorist 'cops' now want a terrorist court to deal exclusively with terrorist crimes - The Australian, 21/3/05. The court would operate not through the adversarial method, where lawyers would operate and critique before a neutral judge, but by having a judicial interrogation. Attorney General Ruddock was aware of the push by senior police, but was 'investigating before acting'. Ruddock believes that this separate commonwealth criminal court "would need to be more widely based (than terrorism crimes) in order to justify an increased level of expenditure". The police want a lowering of the standard of proof needed for a successful prosecution from the standard of "beyond reasonable doubt" to the civil standard of "the balance of probabilities". Australian Federal Police Commissioner Mick Kelty wants the terrorist court to be offshore and administered by an international body.


by Betty Luks
Australians will rest easy in the sure knowledge their federal politicians are working, working, to ensure their security and safety from any would-be acts of "terrorism". How are they doing this? The latest is by inviting closer military ties with that Communist (but not averse to a bit of Capitalism) regime - China! The same regime, which, we are told, has a vast network of spies in our country busily spying out our military secrets as well as spying on Chinese individuals within our borders. It seems that some of the Chinese folk don't measure up to the Communist regime's expectations of their behaviour in this land and the same spies are busily kidnapping them and whisking them back to China. And all under our noses too!

We, The People
Our 'illustrious' Defence Minister Robert Hill, on an eight-day visit will meet up with his Chinese counterpart National Defence Minister, General Cao Gangchuan (Adelaide Advertiser 8/6/05). And what are they are going to discuss? Why Defence and Terrorism of course! Like getting a wolf to look after your chickens!
They would have us believe it is the defence and security of you, me, us (understood collectively as the people) that is foremost on their minds. But it all becomes clearer in the translation of "The People".

From our Christian philosophical position 'the people' would translate as: You, me, us, the real people, considered collectively. We the real people would accept that it is the responsibility of a Commonwealth Minister of the Crown to ensure our safety and security within our own borders. But that is a Western Christian concept which is quite alien to Communists, whether of the old Soviet or current Chinese variety.
That is not how Communists translate the term, "The People". For them it is a vague abstractive term for "The State" which in reality means "Rule and Control By an Elite".

Why do I suspect the 'anti-terrorist' regime-network they are busily working to set up, will be a regime imposed by "The State" to enforce its harsh rule; to keep you, me, us, from daring to challenge "The People's Police State"? Already Australian 'peace forces' are scattered among the nations, busily sticking their noses into other nations' affairs. The question arises: is the time coming when Mr. Howard will invite Chinese 'peace keepers' into this land to help quell the protests of us - that is, you, me, we, the real Australian people - protesting at the direction he and his ilk are taking this nation? And will he describe the moves as part of the battle to "fight terrorism"?


by Andrew Ryan and Peter J. White
One of the weapons used in psycho-political warfare against White people defending the integrity of their race is the argument from American slavery. It was racism that led to slavery and it was violent anti-racists such as Abraham Lincoln who ended this tyranny. In this essay we will, by use of excellent texts, refute these myths.

The War to End Slavery?
The American "Civil War" was not a war to end slavery. Eighty per cent of Confederate soldiers and sailors were not slave owners. The losses of the South were by far proportionately greater that the US losses in World War II. Indeed if US losses were to equal the Southern losses, then the loss of American lives in World War II would not have been 300,000 but 6,000,000. It is incredible to suppose that such a war could have been fought for a small percentage of the population to keep slaves. Rather, the war was a "War for Southern Independence" and thus a battle between two nations.

The Northern invasion of the South was not based on high moral principles, but on a fear of economic loss. Lincoln when asked if the North should let the South go said: "Let the South go? Let the South go? Where then shall we get our revenues?" [1]

Slavery was abolished in the North for economic, not moral grounds, when the supply of cheap White labour ("wage slaves") in the North was sufficient to reduce its costs. Northern White workers viewed Black labour as a threat and barriers were erected against Black advancement so that many commentators of the time felt that Blacks were better off as slaves. Northern exclusion laws e.g. in Indiana, Illinois and Oregon, prevented Negroes settling in those States. Lincoln said in Congress in December 1862: "But why should (an emancipated) South send free people North?… And in any event cannot the North decide for itself whether to receive them?" [2] Hardly what one would expect from the great emancipator of the slaves.
As a matter of fact when laws were passed in the North granting freedom to slaves, this was only for slaves who had reached a certain age. For example, for a slave to become free in New Jersey the slave would have had to be born after 1804 and have reached the age of 21 years. Otherwise the black would remain a slave for life.

Ten years before the War for Southern Independence there were 236 slaves for life in New Jersey. [3] This saved the North being deprived of slave property so that their slaves could be sold to the South!

Southern Slavery was Not a Tyranny
The relationship between White slave owners and Black slaves was generally good and mutual respect usually existed. Many freed slaves stayed on with families. Most slave owners worked alongside the slaves, and slaves generally did not work any harder that Whites. [4] Ex-Black slave Elija Henry Hopkins said: "In slavery times, a poor White man was worse off than a nigger". [5] Harrison Betty, a Black slave, wrote and published a pamphlet in 1861 entitled Slavery and Abolitionism, as Viewed by a Georgia Slave, which defended slavery. This slave could read and write, and contrary to Hollywood movies such as Roots, believed that American slaves were better off than they would have been in Africa.

Black Slave Owners and White Slaves
American slavery was not a racist institution. Larry Koger in Black Slaveowners, [6] states that in 1830 over 10,000 slaves were owned by free Blacks. Native Americans, such as the Cheroke, also owned Black slaves. Former Black indenture servants and American Indians came, in large numbers to own White bond slaves. In Virginia the practice was banned in 1670. George Washington himself owned White slaves. [7]
White "indentured servants" did not differ substantially from African slaves and in many cases these White slaves fared worse than Black slaves. [8] The majority of the original American colonists (perhaps as high as two thirds) came to America not of their own free will but were kidnapped, duped or arrived in chains. [9] Early documents in the colonial times, including English parliamentary debates, referred to the Whites, not as indentured servants, but as slaves. [10]

By 1627 sugar plantations in the British West Indies used White slave labour and there were few Black slaves until the mid-1640s. In the 1640s in Barbados, 25,000 slaves, 21,700 of them White, were brutally treated and worked to death. The main source of these slaves were Britain and Ireland.

In the 17th and 18th century American White "servants" and Black slaves did essentially the same work. This work was not designed to work the slave to death. Compare this situation with 19th century England where a Holocaust against poor Whites occurred. Children as young as four years became factory fodder for the satanic mills of industrial capitalism. Their small bodies were worked to death or mutilated in machinery. Old English cemeteries still tell the tale of the deaths of these children. Yet because they are White, no bleeding heart liberal sheds tears for them. In some British work houses the mortality rate for children was up to 90 per cent. [11]

American slavery is thus used as part of a complex strategy of psycho-political warfare to demoralize White people. Elaborate myths have been constructed by both academics and Hollywood to produce an unending sense of guilt. In this brief discussion we have attempted to expose and criticize some of these myths. Readers desiring a more detailed treatment should consult the attached reference works.

(1) J.R. Kennedy and W.D. Kennedy, The South Was Right! (Pelican Pub. Co., Gretna, 1997), p.50.
(2) As above at p.55.
(3) As above at p.75.
(4) As above at p.83.
(5) As above at p.97.
(6) L. Kroger, Black Slaveowners, (McFarland and Co., Jefferson, 1985).
(7) R.M. Grooms, "A History of Race Mixing in the American Colonies," The Barnes Review, November/December 2001, pp.19-22.
(8) Michael A. Hoffmann II, They Were White & They Were Slaves:… 4th Edition, (Independent History & Research, P.O. Box 669, Libby Montana 59923, 1992).
(9) C. Wilson and C.D. Wilson, "White Slavery: An American Paradox", Slavery and Abolition, vol.19, 1998, pp.1-23.
(10) Hoffmann, p.11.
(11) Hoffmann, p.19.

Editor's note: It is a dilemma for editors when articles, sourced from authors of other continents, have various 'English' spellings. As a general rule, the spelling for the League's journals is based on British Isles' English (UK), but there are times when spelling from the American continent 'slips in'.
As an example, meter in U.K. spelling means "an apparatus for measuring, especially for quantities of fluid." Australians would also understand it referred to "an apparatus for measuring," e.g., the "water meter' in their front gardens. And metre means "the fundamental unit of length in the metric system."
Whereas, an American reader would understand the word meter to mean: "a fundamental unit of length".
Because On Target originates from Australia (but is now read world-wide), it is our policy to use U.K. spelling of English. So please keep this in mind when reading articles sourced from the American continent and the 'other' spelling slips in.


UPI International Correspondent, John Daly, 13th June, 2005.
"A former Bush team member during his first administration is now voicing serious doubts about the collapse of the World Trade Center on 9-11.
Former chief economist for the Department of Labor during President George W. Bush's first term Morgan Reynolds comments that the official story about the collapse of the WTC is "bogus" and that it is more likely that a controlled demolition destroyed the Twin Towers and adjacent Building No. 7.
Reynolds, who also served as director of the Criminal Justice Center at the National Center for Policy Analysis in Dallas and is now professor emeritus at Texas A&M University said, "If demolition destroyed three steel skyscrapers at the World Trade Center on 9/11, then the case for an 'inside job' and a government attack on America would be compelling."
Reynolds commented from his Texas A&M office, "It is hard to exaggerate the importance of a scientific debate over the cause of the collapse of the twin towers and building 7. If the official wisdom on the collapses is wrong, as I believe it is, then policy based on such erroneous engineering analysis is not likely to be correct either.
The government's collapse theory is highly vulnerable on its own terms. Only professional demolition appears to account for the full range of facts associated with the collapse of the three buildings."


Letter to Bush signed by over 500,000 Americans and over 90 members of Congress
On Thursday June 16, 2005, from 2:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. in Room HC-9 of the U.S. Capitol, Rep. John Conyers, Jr., Ranking Member of the House Judiciary Committee, and other members of Congress will hold a hearing on the Downing Street Minutes and related evidence of White House efforts to cook the books on pre-war intelligence. Later on the same day at 5:00 p.m. ET in Lafayette Square Park, in front of the White House, Congressman Conyers will deliver to the White House a letter addressed to President Bush and signed by over 500,000 Americans and over 90 members of Congress.
The letter asks the President to respond to questions raised by the Downing Street Minutes.

Among those speaking at the hearings will be: Joe Wilson, former U.S. ambassador and WMD expert; Ray McGovern, 27-year CIA analyst who prepared regular presidential briefings during the Reagan administration; Cindy Sheehan, mother of a U.S. soldier killed in Iraq; and John Bonifaz, co-founder of
John Bonifaz and David Swanson are two of the co-founders of the coalition which is urging Congress to begin a formal investigation into whether President Bush has committed impeachable offenses in connection with the Iraq war. The Downing Street Memo consists of minutes of a meeting with the British Prime Minister Tony Blair and his top foreign policy advisors in July 2002 before the U.S. Congressional and UN votes on Iraq. The minutes state that: "Bush wanted to remove Saddam, through military action, justified by the conjunction of terrorism and WMD. But the intelligence and facts were being fixed around the policy."

Ray McGovern was a 27-year career analyst with the CIA. The Washington Post in its lead editorial yesterday writes: "The memos add not a single fact to what was previously known about the administration's prewar deliberations. Not only that: They add nothing to what was publicly known in July 2002."
McGovern said yesterday: "If the editors of The Washington Post knew that as of July, 2002, the President had, in the words of the Downing Street Memo, 'inevitably' decided on war, if they knew that the president intended to use as justification the conjunction between terrorism and so-called weapons of mass destruction, and if they knew that the intelligence and facts were being 'fixed' around the policy, then why didn't they say that clearly at the time?"

Former director of the CIA's Office of Regional and Political Analysis, William Christison said yesterday: "The Downing Street Memo shows that war was not a last resort as the administration continues to claim, but a first resort. While many of us came to that assessment before the invasion, the Memo fits in with other things we have found out since the invasion -- like revelations by former Treasury Secretary Paul O'Neil that Bush and others wanted to go after Iraq from the start."

Categories of War: The US Gameplan for Iraq
As members of the steering committee for Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity, McGovern and Christison were among the authors of the article "Cooking Intelligence for War", which appeared just before the invasion of Iraq.
Joseph Wilson is author of the book "The Politics of Truth: Inside the Lies that Led to War and Betrayed My Wife's CIA Identity." ( ). He also wrote the New York Times op-ed in July 2003 titled "What I Didn't Find in Africa," in which he stated: "The question now is how that answer [the finding that Iraq did not obtain uranium from Niger] was or was not used by our political leadership. If my information was deemed inaccurate, I understand (though I would be very interested to know why). If, however, the information was ignored because it did not fit certain preconceptions about Iraq, then a legitimate argument can be made that we went to war under false pretenses."
Wilson said yesterday: "My question appears to have been answered by the Downing Street Memo: The administration was fixing the facts to fit the policy it wanted. It's incorrect for anyone to state that this is old news since we supposedly all knew that Bush wanted war under any circumstances. Until the 2004 election a majority of Americans mistakenly thought we found weapons of mass destruction in Iraq."


The following letter was sent to The Editor of The Australian, 13th June 2005
"Your editorial favouring deportation of an octogenarian Australian citizen to Hungary to face "war crimes" charges relating to a conflict sixty years in the past ("Ellison must send Zentai to Hungary", 13/6) can be challenged on many grounds.
In the first place, you treat an allegation as a fact. The accusations made against Zentai in a communist court could well have been complete fabrications engineered either by those seeking vengeance or by those trying to save their own skins by blaming another.
Judicial documents from such a court at that period of history are open to the most serious question. Hundreds of publications, including novels by Arthur Koestler, George Orwell and Alexander Solzhenitsyn, have testified to the corruption of justice under communism.
The witness statements to which you gratuitously afford such absolute authority may be as false as those sworn against Frank Walus and John Demjanjuk in past proceedings of similar nature. Indeed, many of us remember the huge and joyful coverage given by The Australian to the guilty verdict in the first Demjanjuk trial in Israel, a trial we now know was obviously corrupt from start to finish, thanks to Jewish attorney Yoram Sheftel's analysis in his 1994 book "Show Trial".
Finally, your claim that there is "no reason to think Mr Zentai will get less than a fair hearing in Hungary" is the exact opposite of the truth. Ranged against him are the enormous financial and political power of the international Jewish lobby, together with complicit governments.
There is a very great deal of published evidence that that lobby is far more interested in pursuing its own aims and propaganda campaigns than in championing the unvarnished truth, let alone attending to the importance of mercy and forgiveness, which should be fundamental values for a Christian nation.
It is a very serious matter indeed when our Government is asked to hand one of our fellow citizens over in such circumstances. Yet the Zentai case has received inadequate attention in your own pages and is currently being ignored by Melbourne's other two major newspapers. Polite requests for an explanation of this situation from the three editors concerned have been unanswered.
It is difficult not to conclude that the opponents of Zentai want minimum publicity for their desperate efforts to at last "win a scalp" in this context from Australia and ensure that Canberra, too, has passed beneath their yoke.
That The Australian is itself biased in this great issue is suggested by your cliched opening that "the Holocaust is the defining atrocity of the 20th century" (a curiously vague statement), which needs to be related to your complete refusal to publish the news of the deportation of Holocaust revisionist Ernst Zundel from Canada to Germany in March.
An alleged historical event which is not allowed to be openly discussed from all points of view in the public forums is immediately open to grave doubt; and this is the more so when its challengers are judicially punished and official silence about their punishment has become the order of the day.
Everything in the Zentai case smacks of conspiracy and manipulation by a semi-secret Establishment for which you are acting as publicity agent.
Nigel Jackson, Belgrave, Vic.


In 1991, Canadian Kelti Zubko wrote of her husband's experiences (Douglas Christie) whilst defending another Hungarian - Imre Finta - the first person in the Western World to be charged with 'war crimes'.
In "The Path of Legal Warfare," the writer reveals the disgraceful communist court system operating in Hungary, and just what a farce the whole proceedings were. What an eye-opener!
"The Canadian War Crimes trial, and acquittal of Hungarian-born Imre Finta will, in retrospect, be seen as an outstanding landmark in Western Civilisation's struggle to survive the challenge of those dark forces which seek to destroy the value system upon which that Civilisation was founded.
· It was the first time anywhere in the world that a jury of ordinary men and women had sat in judgment upon war crimes of the Second World War. Nuremberg was judged by judges from the victor nations only, and from them there was no appeal…
· Before the Finta case, the laws never had to be considered by ordinary people without political appointments. In this sense, it is the judgment of history upon the Nuremberg process, and its denial of obedience to superior orders…
· The jurors' judgment reflected common sense rather than political considerations…
· Imre Finta's jury came back on the 25th day of May, 1990, after about five hours deliberation. Stephanie Reilander, the foreman of the jury, said "Not Guilty' eight times in a loud clear voice.
· The Finta case demonstrated that a careful examination of a survivor's testimony reveals a wealth of contradictions casting serious doubt on the whole story. That is why the emotional forum of dramatic monologues in high schools is much more effective at communicating belief than the form of cross examination and analysis…
· In Israel or in Hungary, the state simply assisted the prosecution for years before the trial. They were not obliged to assist the defence at all by the agreement negotiated with Canada by which access to Archives and to all records was assured. The Canadian government got access to the International Tracing Service at Arolsen where all concentration camp records of the Red Cross are kept. This was denied to the defence…"

Barrister Douglas Christie wrote at the time:
"One of the most frightening experiences I as a Canadian have ever had, was to watch Canadian legal proceedings carried out underneath the communist red star, in a courtroom that was the scene of many so-called trials (including the notorious People's Courts) both after World War II and the 1956 Uprising that were a mockery of Anglo-Saxon principles of fundamental justice we Canadians think we enjoy.
Beside the Canadian judge sat a Hungarian judge, and according to the order for the commission granted by Ontario Supreme Court, the commission would be conducted according to Canadian rules of evidence, however it would have to comply with Hungarian public policy and legal order.

The ramifications of this are evident when you consider that under Hungarian law:
· The judge acts as sole inquisitor and there is no such thing as the right of cross-examination for the defence. One wonders what the purpose of defence lawyers in Hungary really is.
· In Hungary, a lawyer is not allowed to 'insult' a witness, for example by putting to him or her that he/she is lying.
· Under Hungarian law, bail is nonexistent.
· Under Hungarian law, witnesses are only summoned for one day, and cannot be forced to attend beyond that day, even if defence counsel hasn't completed cross-examination!
· The adversarial system is unheard of in Hungarian courts.
Given these few aspects of the experience in Hungary, as well as the fact that the defence had not been given access to essential Hungarian records relating to that period of history, a great deal of strain was present throughout the entire five weeks (that he was in Hungary…ed)."
Hungarian-Australians, don't leave it to the few Australians who helped take up the public cause in the early 1990s for Ukrainian-Australian Ivan Polyukhovic, join in the public support for your fellow countryman.

"The Path of Legal Warfare" is available from all League Book Services. Price: $7.00 posted.


from Jeremy Lee
"Conventional wisdom contends that Telstra has already been stitched up amongst the big boys. But 'there's many a slip .....' The appointment of one Solomon Trujillo as the international ring-master to crack his whip when the globalised Telstra enters the ring hasn't gone down all that well with the average Australian. Whether they think the financial inducement to the new CEO - $10 million annually - is too low, it's hard to say. But something is happening!
The first edition of HASCO's booklet "Saving Telstra" sold out in ten days. Orders for the CD are also pouring in. The next two thousand booklets are just coming off the printing press.
The next stage of the campaign - an Australian version of the Orange Revolution that proved irresistible in the Ukraine - is just getting off the ground. So far the campaign has not burst into the open. It may never do so. The national press may be able to close all chinks in the news. But steam is building up."
The National Farmers have come out saying Telstra should not be sold. All is not lost. Have you written your letter to your State's representative in the Senate yet? Remember the new Senators take their seats in July. We know others are in there fighting!


We are pleased to announce the fund is steadily climbing. But we do need you to get us up to the finishing line. The figure has reached $38,344.55, nearly two-thirds of the way there. There are some exciting new projects in the pipeline (and will be announced at the Annual General Meeting in October), but how far we can take those projects will depend on the funds available. Make sure we reach the target by contributing generously to the Basic Fund.


The next meeting of the Sydney Conservative Speakers' Club will be held on Thursday evening 30th June, 2005 commencing at 7.30pm. The venue is the Lithuanian Club, 16 East Terrace, Bankstown (approx. 600 m. from Bankstown Railway Station.) There is ample car parking at the Club.
Guest Speaker: Mr. Gordon Walker and his subject is, "The Anglo-American Connection." Mr. Walker is an executive of a well-known company in the oil industry and is profoundly familiar with the corporate realm. He will deal with the Anglo-French connection and the historical influence of France on European thought and its contrasts with English thought. France is leading the European resistance to Anglo-American "free market" ideology.
Cost of attendance is $5. Bring a friend for the first time and the attendance fee will be waived. A limited range of books will be on sale.


Well-known speaker Mr. Geoff Muirden will bring folk up-to-date on "The Outcome of 9/11" at a meeting in the Melbourne Book Shop, 145 Russell Street, Melbourne on Friday 15th July, 2005 at 7.00pm.


"Confessions of an Economic Hit Man," by John Perkins: The inside story of how America turned from a respected republic into a feared empire.
"Economic hit men," John Perkins writes, "are highly paid professionals who cheat countries around the globe out of trillions of dollars. Their tools include fraudulent financial reports, rigged elections, payoffs, extortion, sex and murder." John Perkins should know - he was an economic hit man. His job was to convince countries that are strategically important to the U.S. - from Indonesia to Panama - to accept enormous loans for infrastructure development, and to make sure that the lucrative profits were contracted to the U.S. corporations. Saddled with huge debts these countries came under the control of the United States government, World Bank and other U.S. dominated aid agencies that acted like loan sharks. This extraordinary real-life tale exposes international intrigue, corruption, and little-known government and corporate activities that have dire consequences for American democracy and the world.
John Perkins' book is a Bombshell - A Must Read - Price: $52.95 posted.

"The Church and Farming," by Rev. Denis Fahey, C.S.S.p, D.D., D.Ph., BA.
Written by Father Denis Fahey this book is particularly important at this time, as the rural sector struggles to survive. Father Fahey brings together the relationship between the spiritual and practical applications of living with and working the soil for the betterment of mankind, in harmony with God's laws. It touches on all aspects of rural life and economics... It cannot be too often repeated how much the work of the land generates physical and moral health, for nothing does more to brace the system than this beneficent contact with nature which proceeds directly from the hand of the Creator. The land is not a betrayer, it is our salvation. An essential back to basics book: Price: $17.00 posted. Books available from all League Book Services.

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