Science of the Social Credit Measured in Terms of Human Satisfaction
Christian based service movement warning about threats to rights and freedom irrespective of the label, Science of the Social Credit Measured in Terms of Human Satisfaction

"All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing"
Edmund Burke

Science of the Social Credit Measured in Terms of Human Satisfaction

28 August 2009 Thought for the Week:

“New Loan Promises To Save USA, Global Capital: The international banking firm of Soros, Tsuris and Soros has joined with Goldman, Ponzi and Sachs in announcing plans to finance a one hundred fifty trillion dollar ($150,000,000,000,000) loan to the USA, made possible through a complex arrangement involving OPEC, the Bulgarian Central Bank, Cosa Nostra, the Colombian Drug Cartel, Albania, the Vatican Zionist Minion, and the Little Sisters of the Poor.

The globally secured financial giant, long run by mathematical geniuses from the top secret HPOIIOICNUTOH (high priests of international investing of intriguing complexity not understandable to ordinary humans) expect to raise this historic amount via the sale of still to be created world government backed and guaranteed bonds, drawn on faith, hope and a complete and total lack of charity, in keeping with the constraints of harsh reality and profit seeking.

“Though there are neither bonds nor investors at the moment,” said firm spokesperson Bernardo Batista de Rothschild, “we know that the incredibly high interest rates we will offer - 30-35% - assure that very soon there will be many rushing to our doors, their brokers, our banks, their keyboards, or other text devices, with thumbs, cheque books, credit cards, and promissory notes at the ready.”

The American stock market rose to its highest level in two hundred years at this news, while unemployment dropped from its previous high of 44% to its lowest point in months; 39%. ‘Things are finally looking up,” said president Palin, “and our long recession may finally be over…. Again!’”

Frank Scott: Mr. Scott writes political commentary for Coastal Post, The Independent Monitor and on his shared blog at:  


It is good that the issue of ‘greenhouse gases’…‘climate change’…‘global warming’… whatever it’s latest term… has been clearly put into perspective for ‘the man in the street’. Andrew Bolt, Herald Sun Friday, August 14, 2009 did just that:

“Michael Smith‘s editorial on 4BC yesterday seemed to go down very well: Here’s a way to understand Mr Rudd’s Carbon Pollution Reduction Scheme. Imagine 1 kilometre of atmosphere that we want to rid of human carbon pollution. We’ll have a walk along it.

• The first 770 metres are Nitrogen.
• The next 210 metres are Oxygen.
• That’s 980 metres of the 1 kilometre. 20 metres to go.
• The next 10 metres are water vapour. 10 metres left.
• 9 metres are argon. Just 1 more metre.
• A few gases make up the first bit of that last metre.
• The last 38 centimetres of the kilometre – that’s carbon dioxide. A bit over one foot.
• 97% of that is produced by Mother Nature. It’s natural.
• Out of our journey of one kilometre, there are just 12 millimetres left. About half an inch. Just over a centimetre. That’s the amount of carbon dioxide that global human activity puts into the atmosphere.
And of those 12 millimetres Australia puts in .18 of a millimetre. Less than the thickness of a hair. Out of a kilometre. As a hair is to a kilometre – so is Australia’s contribution to what Mr Rudd calls Carbon Pollution.

Imagine Brisbane’s new Gateway Bridge, ready to be officially opened by Mr Rudd. It’s been polished, painted and scrubbed by an army of workers till its 1 kilometre length is surgically clean. Except that Mr Rudd says we have a huge problem, the bridge is polluted – there’s a human hair on the roadway. We’d laugh ourselves silly.

There are plenty of real pollution problems to worry about. It’s hard to imagine that Australia’s contribution to carbon dioxide in the world’s atmosphere is one of the more pressing ones. And I can’t believe that a new tax on everything is the only way to blow that pesky hair away. Perhaps we all need to just take a few deep breaths.”


by James Reed
In this article, I want to be very cosmopolitan and criticise B. Hussein Obama, Arnie “I’ll be back” Schwarzenegger, make fun of French President Nicholas Sarkozy and conclude with a swipe at Kev ‘09 Rudd. A lot of work so let’s get going.

Obama and Gates:
Obama my boy, what a thing to say! What were you thinking? Hussein has said that he believed that the police who arrested radical Black professor Henry Gates “acted stupidly”. Obama is a mate of Gates and despite alienating police across the country still said : “I have to say I am surprised by the controversy surrounding my statement, because I think it was a pretty straightforward commentary that you probably don’t need to handcuff a middle-aged man who uses a cane, who’s in his own home.” The statement shows Obama’s bias and narcissicism.

The question at issue was whether or not Gates was breaking into his own home. Further, Gates was arrested for disorderly conduct (a charge now dropped) in the street. A photo of Gates (The Weekend Australian 25-26/7/09 p.11) shows him with his mouth open, screaming his politically correct heart out.

Obama the next day said that he should have “calibrated” his comments more carefully: meaning that he spoke without having someone draft a speech for him, a dangerous thing to do. So to defuse racial tensions, he decided on an Oprah-style solution “ for both parties to come to the White House and have a beer.” How very Kevin Rudd-like!

But the point remains that both Gates and Obama are claiming that racial profiling occurred. Obama said that Blacks and Latinos have been “stopped by law enforcement disproportionately.” Yes, that is a fact, just as Blacks and Latinos disproportionately commit more crime. But in this case, Gates was not profiled as such, but was caught at the scene of the alleged crime: end of argument.

The good thing is that the “gee-whiz” “we have a Black President” bubble has burst. Obama could only trade on his skin colour for so long. His popularity in the opinion polls is starting to slide. Some polls put him at 55 per cent, none above 60 per cent. This is a rapid fall in a short time and with any luck it may continue to plunge to the ground.

He has huge difficulties with his policies for health and climate change. Now there is even public mention of the Obama birth certificate controversy, namely that Obama was not born in Hawaii, but Kenya. Mention is made in The Australian 29/7/09. It seems likely to me that the elites were so keen to get a Black Leftist president that they did not bother about constitutional dotting of the “i’s”’ and the “t’s”. The original birth certificate does not appear on the internet and the refusal to release it and Obama’s use of the law to stop attempts at getting it, indicate to me that the guy is shonky.

Further, Fox News Channel commentator Glen Black said on the 28 July, 2009, Fox Friends morning show, that Obama is a racist. Gasp! The Black president, brought up by Leftists, trained by the cosmopolitans… a… racist? Better yet, Beck said that Obama has a “deep-seated hatred for White people or the White culture”. Keep up the good work Beck – while you have a job!

Arnie and the Knife:
Let us not forget Arnie Schwarzenegger, still Governor of California. Arnie has put a video on his Twitter page showing him looking lovingly at a 60cm folding knife and talking about the State’s budget crisis. According to Arnie, a former actor and body builder, and soon to be a former governor, he was just having a bit of fun. Fun sacking people? I hope he enjoys being kicked out of office just as much, as his popularity is about 30 per cent and falling. He won’t be back!

Sarkozy Aerobics:
The French President Nicolas Sarkozy has collapsed from overwork (or is it oversex?) The president has had a personal coach who put him on a strict diet and a “regime of pelvic floor exercises”. What! Was she training him to recover from birth…?!

Kevin - I Have Not Forgotten You:
Kevin Rudd though wins the James Reed political correctness award of the week. In the course of the “bash up an Indian” debate, he said: “The Indian community has made a vital contribution in cinema, music and food. We have deep affection for your cuisine. Imagine if we didn’t have Indian food, we would have had 100 years of English food – would you subject anyone to that?”

The Indians were “shocked” about Rudd allegedly trivialising the attacks. The media did not analyse Rudd’s comments. None of the Mediterranean journalists took him to task. What about our wonderful Greek, Italian, Arab, etc., food. But beyond that Rudd is making a racist remark about the English. But of course the English are fair game and as they gave us the modern world, decadence requires that the elites tear them up. So Kev, you are a …winner!

Not a politician but a spectacle:
Close runner up is not a politician but a spectacle - the Indian “racism” debate. An undercover reporter, an Indian female, was viewed by the Indian media as being subject to a “racist” assault. She was assaulted by a person while she was exposing the Indian migration scam. Unfortunately for them her attacker was Indian! (The Australian 29/7/09 p.1)
As journalist David Penberthy has put it: “Violence against Indians in Australia is now so out of control that Indians have started attacking each other.”
As I see it, the “racism” chant is being used by Indians as a smokescreen to cover Indian migration scams. Oh, yes, India is also a “racist” country by the standard definition. How about some discussion about that?


As reported on the Adelaide Institute webpage: Thursday 13th August 2009, Dr Töben's appeal was heard today, beginning at 10.00am. Numerous arguments were put forward by the defence barrister Mr David Perkins.
At the end of the hearing the three judges retired for approximately three quarters of an hour. Upon their return, they read out the verdict, that the appeal had been rejected, and ordered that Dr Töben begin his sentence immediately.
He peacefully accompanied the two Federal Policemen who arrived dressed in business suits. Initially he will be taken to Yatala Labour Prison, from where it will be decided to which prison he will serve his sentence.


by James Reed
So-called “conservative” columnist for The Australian Janet Albrechtsen (The Weekend Australian 8-9/8/09 p.19) has observed that Julia Gillard is looking different these days – yes, well… “good”. Yes the flaming-red radical leftie hair has gone to be replaced by softer feminine centralist tones. And there is colour – more colours in her face.

It seems, according to Janet, that some conservative types are experiencing primal “turbulent and unpredictable urges” towards our own deputy Prime Minister. Janet does not tell us whether these types are male, female or mutant, but it matters not.
You see, Janet says, Julie has her eye on King Kev’s ‘09’s throne. Yes Janet, I said all of this before you – the League got in there before The Australian.

What I find really interesting are photographs of Russian leader Vladimir Putin on holiday in southern Siberia. Here is this fitness fanatic and weightlifter, with rippling pecs (chest muscles) riding a horse wearing no top at all! Yes, he dares to bare! But what if this political strip tease catches on? What if Big Kev ’09 feels the urge to reach for the blow-dryer and rip off his white business shirt? What if republican Malcolm Turnbull decided to do the same?

And I suppose, somewhere out there in the wilds of Canberra, perhaps in the press gallery, there will be those primal conservative types, unable to control “turbulent and unpredictable urges” towards Deputy Prime Minister Julia Gillard, who may be hoping that she too will follow in the horse-prints of Vladimir Putin.


by James Reed
It was dear to my heart to see the headline “Unis Facing ‘Perfect Storm’ before Rudd Funds Arrive” The Australian (3/8/09 p.1). Universities are biting their teeth waiting for $5.7 billion from Rudd.
The unis are facing a financial crisis caused by a fall-off from the international student market and other losses from investment income. In my opinion the evil universities are getting what they deserve.

Financial starvation should be their fate and I hope that no $5.7 billion comes to rescue them. Let them sink! Let them die! They are evil, politically correct institutions whose demise would improve the nation!


by James Reed
One of the standard multiculturalist arguments is: look how bland Australian food would be without migrants. Rudd, et al., have all said this: it is the standard diet. And yet the “argument”, if one can dignify such nonsense with that term, is absurd.
Couldn’t Anglo Saxon chefs read cook books or train overseas? Couldn’t a handful of chefs have been imported as guest workers to train local chefs here before returning home? Why the surplus millions of non-chefs?

Beyond this though, the argument from food smacks of urbanite elitism, the Don Dunstan syndrome. Look how sophisticated we are! The recent MasterChef Australia TV series was not merely about cooking, but about the cultural values of food. The ethnic cuisines served up to three judges, who were all over weight, may have tasted “good”, but in health terms, such food would kill you quick. The Anglo-Saxon diet of meat (preferably lean and especially oily fish) with a variety of vegetables is far superior to the high carbohydrate, high saturated fat multiculturalism food.

There was no epidemic of obesity, diabetes and syndrome X on the Anglo Saxon “bland” diet. The explosion of ill health corresponds to Australians eating multicultural, ethnic food - and we must include American fast-food in the list. In short, multiculturalism is literally killing us! Multiculturalism is a health hazard!


by Ian Wilson LL.B:
The common law system is a wonderful system of law – if you are a lawyer. Although I dislike Michael Kirby intensely, I do agree with his comments that justice is now beyond the reach of ordinary people because of the high cost of going to court. (The Australian 30/7/09 p.6)
Kirby’s answer is the use of more mediation and arbitration. This is only a partial answer though, and ultimately a superficial response. What needs to change is the complexity of our laws and court system which makes it necessary to have a lawyer.

In Family Law matters, I think up to 40 per cent of people are unrepresented and a fair bit has been done in the system to help unrepresented parties defend themselves. The same needs to be done right through the legal system. People need to be educated about our legal system; ;I have found that people’s legal education is primarily limited to information (if it can be called that) gleaned from watching American TV shows.


by Brian Simpson
Townships in South Africa have “exploded” (The Australian 24/7/09 p.8). Not literally – well maybe. Protesters destroyed police vehicles and burned buildings and stoned cars, to prevent authorities destroying their humpies. These protests were in black townships right across South Africa, against President Jacob Zuma.

Foreigners from Pakistan and India have been targeted, as well as blacks from other parts of Africa. A common theme to these protests has been the failure of the African National Congress to improve living standards for blacks. |
Yes, 15 years in office beginning with Saint Nelson Mandella and still no progress. No longer can “white racists” be blamed! Let us hear what Malcolm Fraser has to say about this!


by James Reed
PM Kevin Rudd’s ‘climate change’ web-chat is obviously designed to make him popular with the primary school set.
Kev begins: “Hi PM here lets get going with this Nearly” and so he rattles on, not bothering with punctuation, grammar and spelling.
You see this is the web, web-chat and in the land of the blog, most kids don’t bother with the formalities of punctuation, grammar and spelling.

But should the PM be so sloppy? Couldn’t his staff help – you know, the ones that help him with his essays about how to save the world?
Instead, Kev signs off: “Sorry I type like an extra in Thunderbirds, he wrote.”
The trouble is, that this applies not only to his typing but also to his governing.