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19 October 2007 Thought for the Week:

"The sinister fact that strikes any detached observer is that if only you bellow and howl loud and long enough about Freedom and Democracy you can quietly filch even such poor scraps of liberty of action as still remained until recently to the propaganda-infatuated numskulls of this continent, and can rivet upon them totalitarian tyrannies of an all-pervading and drastic ruthlessness that makes the rule of Ivan the Terrible, or Ghengis Khan, seem like a kindergarten by comparison; and without their in the least being aware of what you are doing until they are hopelessly enmeshed."

- - Kaikhosru Shapurji as quoted in "Why Big Finance Backs 'Socialism'," by James Guthrie, 1940s


by James Reed
Professor Andrew Fraser was a guest speaker at the League's Annual Dinner and Seminar held at Albury, NSW just last weekend. He was first in the news for his remarks that Africans, being freely imported into Australia in the form of Sudanese refugees, are a crime risk because of low IQs (an average of 70-75 IQ points; the White average is 100) and higher testosterone levels.
The professor (now 'retired') was warned by his university, Sydney's Macquarie University, that he faced disciplinary action if he continued to make such statements. So much for the university as a defender of free speech and free thought. The modern Australian university with its extensive accommodation facilities is little more than a hotel and training ground for the coloured races of the world.

Not to be outdone at the time, the Greens' (WA) Senator Kerry Nettle, supporter of all things politically correct, put out a press release calling on the vice chancellor of Macquarie University to review the teaching and assessment history of Professor Fraser. Nettle said: "It's important that when dangerous racist views are aired publicly the government is quick to repudiate them."

So, in a so-called democracy where 'free speech' is allegedly permitted, public criticism of Asian and African immigration must receive a government jackboot upon it for fear these ethnic groups may be offended. Never mind about the rights of Anglo-Australians to survive in this land. As Senator Nettle said: "The Greens celebrate the multicultural nature of Australia and welcome the cultural wealth it brings."

The Greens are concerned about the preservation of all 'species' of being - except Nordics (Northern Europeans). Greenism, a particular variety of Leftist doctrine, has little to do with saving nature; its agenda is to attack the culture and people of Northern Europe, the West, and work for its extinction. Consequently most of the energy and concerns of Greenies goes towards social justice and politically correct social causes, rather than rolling up their sleeves and cleaning up local environments.

Please note:
The audio, video and DVD versions of both Professor Andrew Fraser's and Dr. David Mitchell's papers will be available later in the year. Watch for their release.


by James Reed
According to a paper by the UK green think tank Optimum Population Trust (OPT), the best way of British families cutting greenhouse gas emissions is to have only two (or less) children. If so, families could cut carbon dioxide emissions by the equivalent of 620 return flights a year between London and New York. ("Children Bad for Planet," The Australian 7/5/07 p.15)

According to John Guillebaud co-chairman of OPT and emeritus professor of family planning at University College London: "The effect on the planet of having one child less is an order of magnitude greater than all these other things we might do, such as switching off lights." Even though almost all of the future population growth will be by the non-developing (non-White) world - giving a growth of 2.5 billion by 2050 producing a brown planet of 9.2 billion - these greenies want the British to stop breeding. The reason is the environmental impact of extra consumers in the developed world (oh no, it's not the race!).

But, by a logical extension of this argument Britain should first stop all Third World immigration to its shores, for immigration makes low carbon producers into high carbon producers. So, the greenies should be advocating zero net immigration. But not a peep from them on that. No prizes for guessing why.


by John Brett
: To all Queensland Councils: In the absence of any organised "grass roots", or other opposition to the compulsory amalgamation of Queensland Councils, your Council might consider the importance of the following two items and be able to act upon their import.

Territorians resisting:
The Northern Territory's Martin Government is in the process of jamming council amalgamation legislation through its parliament. The local press reports the Local Government Amendment Bill was axed through the Territory Parliament urgently on 30th August 2007. Northern Territorians are not taking the attack on their Local Governments lying down. The Cattleman's Association, the Chamber of Commerce, the Minerals Council, Territory Construction Association, the Australian Trucking Industry Association, the Chair of the NT Business Council and the Northern Land Council are all lined up against the amalgamations! In the 1990's Councillor Bevan O'Regan of Narrabri, N.S.W., outlined this part of the plans for the New World Order in two separate speeches: "Your Council the Target" and "Councils at the Crossroads".

The plan includes:
A large reduction of the number of Local Authorities in Australia by amalgamation, the replacement of the Crown, with its reserve powers, by a republic, the integration of the Australian economy into a global model in which the World Trade Organisation - the operative arm of GATT - is the principal decision maker about productive, trade and workplace practices in Australia.

Lest we forget, it was the Whitlam government back in 1972 which planned to introduce the programme of local council amalgamations. And we should remember the forced amalgamations that took place in Victoria and South Australia under the Liberal and National Parties! Local government is the last bastion of our freedom to choose or refuse one thing at a time. Hitler and Stalin understood this. (As well as ex Premier Beattie!)

Excerpt from essay on the destruction of Local Government:
"The destruction of Local Government is highly significant, as this is the last place on earth that democratic government works as a natural and beneficial institution, delivering what we require and abandoning what we refuse. Beattie's forced Council amalgamation will remove 724 Councillors in Queensland, becoming the biggest and fastest concentration of power in Australia's history. When boasting about this move Beattie surely had in mind the old adage, "Power in many hands is Power in safe hands".

Bob Hawke's 1984 Fabian Society Speech:
He may also have remembered the advice of Prime Minister Robert Hawke, who when addressing the Fabian Society at their centenary dinner in 1984 told them: "For the right moment you must wait…but when the time comes you must strike hard… or your waiting will be in vain and fruitless".

To date, those precious 724 Councillors remain, but once they are disposed of, the centralising forces move on to removing the next lot of Councillors. It is now all so easy, as the ordinary Councillor has been cut off from the past and the promise of more money (Power!) prevents them from making a stand".

Further reading:
"The Fabian Society's Contribution to the Communist Advance," by Eric D. Butler.

Further viewing DVDs and/or Videos:
"Your Council the Target" - Bevan O'Regan
"Councils at the Crossroads" - Bevan O'Regan


Bravo Alan Jones! League supporters and activists well know their stand for real freedom and real democracy has, at times, been a lonely stand as they bore the brunt of the smears, character assassinations and psycho-political swear words (e.g., 'neo-nazi' 'anti-semitic' 'extreme right wing', etc) of the one-worlders in the media and politics - whether conservative or socialist. It is therefore encouraging to note the stand taken by influential people such as Alan Jones of Sydney Radio 2GB on the Water 'shortage'. (Subheading are emboldened sentences for emphasis …ed)

He recently stated: "If the hype about global warming is top of the charts for massive public deception and the public being completely led astray on hype, exaggeration and political opportunism, surely the argument about water can't be far behind. On the one hand you hear about drought, well what could you expect. We after all are a dreadfully dry continent.

The reality is Sydney gets more rain than London. In fact it would be more truthful to say there's water everywhere. But then we're told, well it's too dear to get it from A to B. Yet in 1898 Charles O'Connor, one of Australia's greatest engineers, began his project to pump water from the Mundaring Reservoir in the Darling Range 30 kilometres north east of Perth more than 600 kilometres to Kalgoorlie. That pipeline is still the lifeline for the West Australian goldfields.

At the time it was the longest pipeline in the world. To give you some idea if it began in Perth, Scotland as opposed to Perth, Western Australia, it would end in London. Nothing like this had ever been done before. The water is lifted a thousand feet over an escarpment and pumped 528 kilometres to a reservoir at Coolgardie. And 23 million litres of water is piped daily.

Here's the rub. Work began in 1898. It was finished in 1902. And yes, O'Connor faced such criticism he took his own life. Today 100,000 people and six million sheep rely on the pipeline. But there is the Clarence River catchment with five million megalitres of water, ten Sydney Harbours flowing out to the sea each year. We could divert 2 million megalitres, four Sydney Harbours into the Murray Darling Basin and it would increase the flow of the Murray Darling by 100 per cent. Indeed, the total average discharge of the New South Wales coastal river catchments is 27 per cent greater than the whole of the Murray Darling river system.

Can't be done? But then you've got the Morgan Whyalla pipeline. No one has heard of it. It could be done. It was first begun in 1940, completed in 1944. It's predominantly above the ground. And it enables industries on a large scale to be sustained by an assured water supply via the pipeline which goes through Morgan, Hanson, Spalding, Helshaby and Port Augusta to Whyalla.

An extension to the pipeline takes water to Woomera and Iron Knob and Jamestown and Peterborough and various other country towns and farming areas in South Australia. In 1962 construction began on a duplicate pipeline next to the first. And the two pipelines lie side by side, 66,000 megalitres a year. That's 66 billion litres.

And then of course you've got the Ord River system in Western Australia. Every day nearly 4 billion litres of water is not used. And the Fitzroy River is 50 times greater than the Ord. Only ten per cent of Lake Argyll's water is used in the Ord irrigation system, 45 tonnes per second, 4 billion litres per day is pushed into the Timor Sea.
The Gulf of Carpentaria has unused 130,000 available gigalitres. A gigalitre is a thousand Olympic sized swimming pools.

Two points. We've been brainwashed over global warming and we're brainwashed that we're a continent with no water. And then we're brainwashed that it's all too dear.
Why wasn't it too dear for Mr Charles O'Connor in 1898 who could build a pipeline in four years to go 328 miles?
Why wasn't it too dear in 1937 when some visionaries decided that if you had an assured water supply you could grow whatever you liked between an unknown town of Morgan and Whyalla?
Is it that it's too dear or is it that governments today lack either the knowledge or the guts to confront the big picture?"

No Mr. Jones, governments do not lack the knowledge nor the guts to confront the big picture. They dance to a different tune to freedom loving Australians! They have no intention of deviating from their New World Order 'imposed from the top down' Agenda.
The only way the direction Australia is going will be if enough Australians forget their differences and take the battle up to the one-world-agenda politicians and their backers.
As you quite rightly observe Mr. Jones: "We've been brainwashed over global warming and we're brainwashed that we're a continent with no water. And then we're brainwashed that it's all too dear."

Further reading: "Who Owns the Water?" by Ian McLeod. Price: $10.00 posted


The decision by the British government to distribute Al Gore's film "An Inconvenient Truth" has been the subject of a legal action by New Party member Stewart Dimmock. Although a full ruling has yet to be given, the Court found that the film was misleading in 11 respects and that the Guidance Notes drafted by the Education Secretary's advisors served only to exacerbate the political propaganda in the film.

In order for the film to be shown, the Government must first amend their Guidance Notes to Teachers to make clear that:

1. The Film is a political work and promotes only one side of the argument.
2. If teachers present the Film without making this plain they may be in breach of section 406 of the Education Act 1996 and guilty of political indoctrination.
3. Eleven inaccuracies have to be specifically drawn to the attention of school children.

The inaccuracies are:
The film claims that melting snows on Mount Kilimanjaro evidence global warming. The Government's expert was forced to concede that this is not correct.
The film suggests that evidence from ice cores proves that rising CO2 causes temperature increases over 650,000 years. The Court found that the film was misleading: over that period the rises in CO2 lagged behind the temperature rises by 800-2000 years.
The film uses emotive images of Hurricane Katrina and suggests that this has been caused by global warming. The Government's expert had to accept that it was "not possible" to attribute one-off events to global warming.
The film shows the drying up of Lake Chad and claims that this was caused by global warming. The Government's expert had to accept that this was not the case.
The film claims that a study showed that polar bears had drowned due to disappearing arctic ice. It turned out that Mr Gore had misread the study: in fact four polar bears drowned and this was because of a particularly violent storm.
The film threatens that global warming could stop the Gulf Stream throwing Europe into an ice age: the Claimant's evidence was that this was a scientific impossibility.
The film blames global warming for species losses including coral reef bleaching. The Government could not find any evidence to support this claim.
The film suggests that the Greenland ice covering could melt causing sea levels to rise dangerously. The evidence is that Greenland will not melt for millennia.
The film suggests that the Antarctic ice covering is melting, the evidence was that it is in fact increasing.
The film suggests that sea levels could rise by 7m causing the displacement of millions of people. In fact the evidence is that sea levels are expected to rise by about 40cm over the next hundred years and that there is no such threat of massive migration.
The film claims that rising sea levels has caused the evacuation of certain Pacific islands to New Zealand. The Government are unable to substantiate this and the Court observed that this appears to be a false claim.


by James Reed
The bookshops seem to be flooded by the dry fruits of the "new atheism". Books such as "The Godless Delusion" by biologist Richard Dawkins are best sellers. Dawkins argues in this book and his other works that evolution leads inevitably to atheism. Many Christians disagree, believing that evolution was just the mechanism used by God to create the natural world. I have never found this view very sensible or strong, since it creates a massive problem of evil. Is God's power limited? Why would God use such an evil method to create the natural world?
For the Christian, evil came into the world as a result of sin, in the story of Adam and Eve. But grafting this Christian story on to an evolutionary scenario means that the traditional explanation of the problem of evil no longer holds water.
Where then does evil come from? How does one account for pre-Adamite biological suffering and evil? It is an outstanding theological puzzle.

In conclusion Dawkins (et al) has done us a service. There is a conflict between secular materialist science and Christianity. Science has become a new cathedral of faith and scientists the new amoral magicians who have won over the consumer population with their technological magic. In reality scientific materialism has littered history with countless millions of bodies and their utopia is a brave new world of greater technological control for the monsters of the new world order. Science is the new sacred cow.

At this stage I would like to introduce our readers to an article by American Daniel Neyer which appeared in New Zealand's On Target May-June 2003. Daniel Neyer blames the Church itself for the separation of man's physical nature from his spiritual nature and his reason from his other senses. Although the concept has been with Western man since the Greeks, it was codified in the 13th century. Over the centuries since then it has eaten away at the vitals of the Faith but there have been counter attacks although not specifically planned. Neyer saw that Darwinism, capitalism and communism were the logical outgrowths of this separatist concept.

Another most interesting study concerning the question of how the Christian world may have come to get some of this wrong is provided by Michael Lane in his lengthy review of the late Thomas Robertsons' "Human Ecology: The Science of Social Adjustment".

Downplay of intuitive and instinctive faculties:
This review by Michael Lane is presented in an attractive booklet: "Human Ecology: The Legacy of Thomas Robertson". Robertson contended that within the European political and Church structures too heavy an emphasis was placed upon the Hellenic Greek Classical idea, resulting in a tendency to favour systems of arbitrary power and to downplay the importance of giving expression to the individual human spirit.
This helped cause the unfortunate and artificial separation of the material and spiritual worlds, at least in our minds, and theological circles. Robertson wrote favourably of the Baconian-Inductive method of investigation, as did C.H. Douglas, which makes room for the intuitive and instinctive faculties as legitimate and vital expressions of the human spirit, but which the classical approach tends to downplay and sometimes even regards as aberrations. Douglas' discusses this matter in his "Social Credit", originally published in 1924.

Further reading:
"Social Credit" by C.H. Douglas. Price: $15.00 posted
"Human Ecology: The Legacy of Thomas Robertson" by Michael Lane. Price: $9.50 posted.

Two sets of Tom Robertson's "Human Ecology: The Science of Social Adjustment" are still available at Heritage Book Services, P.O. Box 27 Happy Valley SA 5159 only.


To the Editor of The Australian, 5th October 2007
Perhaps a closer public scrutiny is warranted of the '3600-page report by Sydney QC David Rofe on the Heiner inquiry' ('Far Right behind Shreddergate bid', 5/10) than your tendentious report suggests. An examination of the August 31st edition of League of Rights journal 'On Target' (to which you referred) reveals that people concerned that serious crime may have been involved include former Western Australian Chief Justice (David Malcolm), two retired NSW Chief Judges (Jack Lee and Dr Frank McGrath), two retired NSW Supreme Court Justices (Roddy Meagher and Barry O'Keefe), one of Australia's foremost QCs (Alec Shand), a legal academic (Alastair MacAdam) and former Chief Justice of the High Court, Sir Harry Gibbs.
The matter is of immediate public interest because it appears to bear on the question of the fitness of Mr Kevin Rudd to hold high office, notably the Prime Ministership.
Endeavouring to write off those concerned as 'right-wing extremists and conspiracy theorists' seems peculiarly evasive; and your descriptions of various such persons appears to owe more to hostile propaganda than a desire to inform your readers impartially.
- - Nigel Jackson, Belgrave, Vic

Origins of Politically Correctness: Letter to Editor: Daily Mail, UK, 1st October 2007.
What is now referred to as PC is Frankfurt School cultural Marxism, originating in the early 20th century with Italian philosopher Antonio Gramsci. From its foundations in 1923, the aim of the Frankfurt School has been to achieve a socialist state by subverting and infiltrating Western civilisation's values and institutions.
The school's founders, Adorno, Fromm, Reich and Marcuse, decided to subvert Western culture and the Christian basis for our laws. The assault on values such as the family, sexual restraint, patriotism and conservatism are the result of modern-day adherents of their views. Any positive issues emanating from the West were and are to be relentlessly criticised.
The removal of civil liberties and rights which previous generations took for granted is not a random set of coincidental events but a clearly planned design to bring about Marxist social change, which has been implemented since the sixties.
- - Hugh Cavendish, London SW16.

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