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18 June 2010 Thought for the Week:

BP Well Bore And Casing Integrity May Be Blown, Says Florida’s Sen. Nelson: Oil and gas may be leaking from the seabed surrounding the BP Macondo well in the Gulf of Mexico, Senator Bill Nelson of Florida told Andrea Mitchell today on MSNBC. Nelson, one of the most informed and diligent Congressmen on the BP gulf oil spill issue, has received reports of leaks in the well, located in the Mississippi Canyon sector. This is potentially huge and devastating news.

If Nelson is correct in that assertion, and he is smart enough to not make such assertions lightly, so I think they must be taken at face value, it means the well casing and well bore are compromised and the gig is up on containment pending a completely effective attempt to seal the well from the bottom via successful “relief wells”. In fact, I have confirmed with Senator Nelson’s office that they are fully aware of the breaking news and significance of what the Senator said to Andrea Mitchell.

Furthermore, contrary to the happy talk propounded by BP, the Obama Administration and the press, the likely success of the “relief well” effort on the first try in August is nowhere near a certainty; and certainly nowhere near the certainty as it is being painted.

- - Report on Andrea Mitchell speaking with Senator Nelson on MSNBC (USA) Monday 7 June, 2010.   


… Or does it point to a 'false flag op' that has gone terribly wrong? We are well aware that the internet ‘news’ runs amok at times with some of the most outrageous claims of the latest government ‘black op’ or conspiracy, but anyone who has read such classic works as Douglas Reed’s “The Controversy of Zion” or Professor Carroll Quigley’s “Tragedy and Hope” has grasped the fact there is an agenda to set up a world government. There are world-wide forces – not quite as secret as once was - that have been steadily working ‘to round up the sheople of the world’ into this new-world-order camp, therefore, we thought we should publish the following news item from
You the reader, now alerted, can follow the news with a ‘keener eye’ and judge for yourself - is it another alarmist item or is there some truth in it.

Kevin Rudd and the Constitution: As you read keep in the back of your mind the push by Kevin Rudd for this ‘super-profits’ tax of mining companies. Kevin Rudd’s government does not have the constitutional power to do this. Mining resources still belong to the States – and yet, other than Professor David Flint of the ACM, I have not read of any Liberal/National politician warning the Australian people of what could be afoot.

Does evidence point to a BP oil spill 'false flag op'? Paul Joseph Watson & Alex Jones, 8th June, 2010
- Sales of shares and stocks in days and weeks beforehand
- Halliburton link, acquisition of cleanup company days before explosion
- BP report cites undocumented tampering with well sealing equipment
- Government uses disaster to push for Carbon Tax, Nationalisation talk

Troubling evidence surrounding the Deepwater Horizon explosion on April 20th suggests that the incident could have been manufactured. On April 12th, just over one week before the Deepwater Horizon rig exploded, Halliburton, the world's second largest oilfield services corporation, surprised some by acquiring Boots & Coots, a relatively small but vastly experienced oil well control companies. The company deals with fires and blowouts on oil rigs and oil wells. It was responsible for putting out roughly one third of the more than 700 oil well fires set in Kuwait by retreating Iraqi soldiers during the Gulf War. The deal itself is still under scrutiny with Boots and Coots facing an ongoing investigation into "possible breaches of fiduciary duty and other violations of state law".

Where this information gets really interesting is with the fact that Halliburton is named in the majority of some two dozen lawsuits filed since the explosion by Gulf Coast people and businesses who claim that the company is to blame for the disaster. Halliburton was forced to admit in testimony at a congressional hearing last month that it carried out a cementing operation 20 hours before the Gulf of Mexico rig went up in flames.

The lawsuits claim that four Halliburton workers stationed on the rig improperly capped the well. As the New York Times noted on May 26th, "BP officials chose, partly for financial reasons, to use a type of casing for the well that the company knew was the riskier of two options”. Workers from the rig and company officials have said that hours before the explosion, gases were leaking through the cement, which had been set in place by the oil services contractor, Halliburton. Investigators have said these leaks were the likely cause of the explosion."

According to a 2007 study by Minerals Management Service, cementing was a factor in 18 of 39 rig blowouts in the gulf between 1992 and 2006. Another intriguing connection Boots and Coots has to the Deepwater Horizon explosion comes via Pat Campbell, the man BP has employed to cap the well beneath the ruined rig. Campbell worked for Boots and Coots as general manager for many years.

Dumping of shares and stocks weeks before explosion: BP has admitted to buying Yahoo and Google keywords in an attempt to control publicly available information in the wake of the catastrophe. It seems that the company is taking all the flack for the spill while the Halliburton link is being roundly ignored.
BP’s prepared testimony briefing, which has since leaked online, also intriguingly notes that the Hydraulic Control System on equipment designed to automatically seal the well in an emergency was modified without their knowledge sometime before the explosion, "the extent of these modifications is unknown at this time" states the report on page 37. Possible prior knowledge of the explosion is also evident via huge dumping of stocks and shares in the weeks and days prior to the incident.

Goldman Sachs dumped 44% of its shares in BP Oil during the first quarter - shares that subsequently lost 36 percent of their value, equating to $96 million.
Other asset management firms also sold huge blocks of BP stock in the first quarter. Though the amounts pale in comparison to Goldman's holdings, Wachovia, owned by Wells Fargo, sold 98% of its shares in BP and Swiss bank UBS sold 97% of its BP shares. Furthermore, as reported by the London Telegraph on June 5th, Tony Hayward, the chief executive of BP, sold £1.4 million of his shares in the fuel giant weeks before the spill.

In the days before the Deepwater explosion, Obama had announced a new effort to explore for and lease new drilling locations in the deep Gulf and in Alaska. In the wake of the disaster, these plans have been cancelled and BP is taking a PR bashing. All of which has been capitalised on by the Obama administration to reinvigorate talk of a carbon tax and has created the opportunity to reintroduce the idea of nationalising oil, which the Democratic leadership has long sought.

The full story of what is happening in the Gulf of Mexico is yet to emerge, there are rumours of more spills and an ongoing cover-up. The site represents a $2.2 trillion source of wealth and power, a motive along with a plethora of suspicious activity that needs to be investigated further.



- from David Flint’s Opinion Column
When the Australian colonies agreed, humbly relying on the blessing of Almighty God, to unite in one indissoluble Federal Commonwealth under the Crown and under the Constitution, it was assumed the States would continue to rely on taxes they raised and to face the electors and account to them how they had spent their money.

The Founding Fathers, erudite men that they were, were well aware of the fundamental point made by the American Founders, that: "In a federation, the individual States should possess an independent and uncontrollable authority to raise their own revenues for the supply of their own wants." (The Federalist Papers) In the video on the ACM site Professor David Flint explains how this principle was intended to apply to Australia when the Constitution was written.

But over the years, with High Court interpretations and political machinations we have reached the stage where the original intention of the Founding Fathers has been thwarted.
The result is that to day, our Federal Commonwealth of Australia is the most fiscally centralised of the OECD federations. The States and territories raise only 19 per cent of taxes but are responsible for 40 per cent of public spending. While the benefit to Australia from being a federation is estimated to be 10 per cent of the GDP, this could be raised significantly by further decentralising our taxation system, thus raising average incomes by $4,188 per annum. (The 2007 Twomey-Withers Report to the Council For the Australian Federation.)

The result is that the States are over dependent on the Commonwealth; technically we live in a federation poisoned by "vertical fiscal imbalance".

Just as healthy adults who are welfare dependent tend to lead dysfunctional lives, this imbalance has tended to reduce the quality of State governments, making them dysfunctional and reducing them to mere service providers and not true governments.
The Commonwealth government this year has already tried to take 30% of the GST, a Federal tax which John Howard valiantly tried to give the States to make up income they had lost thanks to a centralising High Court. Alone among the States, the Western Australian government has vetoed this.

The proposed super profits tax will only exacerbate this situation and make the States even more dysfunctional. The proposal in the Henry Review was that the Commonwealth take over State royalties. Fearful of the fight a direct seizure would provoke, the government will probably cap them and slowly expropriate them. The decision how the people are to benefit from mining is a matter for the States, not Canberra. That is after all what the Constitution, approved by the Australian people, intends.

Important DVDs: “Spirit of Australia’s Constitution and History” by constitutional authority Dr. David Mitchell.
Set of five DVDs for $40.00 includes postage: • Background to the Constitution • Validity of the Constitution • Treaties and Agreements Affecting the Constitution • Current Issues and Summary • The Governor General
Available from Heritage Books Mailing Service P.O. Box 27 Happy Valley South Australia 5159 

MEDIA RELEASE FROM Australian Monarchist League's Mr. Philip Benwell:

The comment that the NSW Governor had consulted legal advice on her constitutional position, with regard to widespread public calls for the NSW Government to be dismissed, is a clear indication that Her Excellency does listen to the people.

That that advice was that she had no powers to dismiss a government on the grounds of incompetence and unpopularity was always to be expected. That is the people's prerogative and to dismiss a government without constitutional reason, is to actually go against the will of the people as expressed at election.

When our conventions were adopted, politicians were persons of honour and there were many of earlier times who resigned because of incompetence or lying to the parliament or the people. As we now know, today's politicians openly say that they don't always tell the truth.

People today are looking for more controls on politicians, yet republicans want us to do away with the control's we already have without telling how they are to be adequately replaced! Let republicans come out and tell us with what they propose to replace our well tried and trusty system of checks and balances under the Crown before agitating to tear down what we have.

- - Philip Benwell, National Chairman Australian Monarchist League 11/6/2010


by Ian Wilson LL.B.
Against the Lawyers Series: Once upon a time judges did not have the power to overturn wills as they do today. Thanks to our early feminist friends, working away over 100 years ago, legal reform began which continues today. An insightful article, “wishful thinking” (The Weekend Australian Magazine, 29-30/5/2010) explains that it is not possible anymore to write an incontestable will. This is so, for statutory reform has allowed challenges to wills which once would not have been thought contestable.

There are arguments that this in certain circumstances is a good thing, where ageing testators may seek vengeance against naughty children, or children who have done the right thing but have angered their parents in some way. For every legal reform there are often as many negatives as positives.

Therefore think ahead! Get legal advice about trusts and other legal structures that are not so easily overturned. A dollar spent on legal advice is better than $10,000 spent on litigation (from your estate of course). Ok, this series is “Against the Lawyers”, but sometimes you have to fight fire with fire, and not merely go to water.  


by James Reed
Just as the oil pours into the Gulf of Mexico, so the debt piles up in Europe. It seems that workers who have kept their heads down and butts up, slaving away like good worker ants for that magic pot of gold called “retirement plans” are in revolt. In France the retirement age is to be raised from 60 to 63. In Germany it will be 67 and Ireland and Britain will raise theirs to 68. The socialistic welfare state is fast evaporating with the time of living on borrowed credit. Societies which could easily have maintained these standards of living if social credit policies were adopted are now facing the iron cage of credit – cancer capitalism. Protestors are taking to the streets – right on, brothers!

It is not just Europe facing economic grey clouds. An article by Bob Chapman (et al.) at, “Predictions by Economic Analysts for the Rest of 2010” is very gloomy. Chapman sees martial law in the US in 2011 after a Wall Street crash in late 2010. Gerald Celente sees a new depression, worse than the Great Depression acoming. Igor Panarin, much the same with the US breaking up into six parts. Investor Harry Dent, a crash by late 2010. And so it goes on.

Such predictions have been made before but the corpse of capitalism has been revived, much like evil spirits in TV shows such as Supernatural revive dead human bodies or like zombies arise from the dead as the living dead. Likewise, zombie capitalism survives by eating the flesh of living things – but for how long?  


by Peter West
The Australian (27 May 2010, p.3) reported on the BRW Rich 200 list, which has a statistically significant number of Jews on it – instant caveat – a statement made by us, not them. But an interesting insight into the world of the rich appears in the story beneath this one: “Pratt ‘Vowed to Look after Penthouse Pet’”.

This concerns one of Pratt’s mistresses, a Sydney model and Penthouse Pet, who is after a slice of Pratt’s empire. No matter, but in the body of this story a “source” tells the paper “Richard Pratt was a despicable old man who used philanthropy to build a good reputation in society and the business world. In reality, it was just a cover as he was a philanderer.” I wonder how many on the 200 list also fit that description?  


by James Reed
Sex and the City 2 has just been released into the cinema chains. The TV story line is about four friends in their 30’s/40’s experimenting with sex and relationships. The TV show explored most aspects of modern New York internal chaos and sex degeneracy. All but one – the Muslim twist. Now Sex and the City 2 has the four feminists in the Middle East.

According to a review in the Hollywood Reporter “SATC2 is at once proudly feminist and blatantly anti-Muslim, which means that it might confound liberal viewers.” What should interest us is whether SATC2 confounds Muslims – who may decide to take action against the sexual libertines of SATC. That would result in an interesting battle: Western feminism vs Islam.  


by James Reed
Actor Jeremy Irons has said that the world is vastly overpopulated and we in the First World consume too much. There needs to be a more equitable distribution of wealth. As he said, to The Sunday Times: “People must drop their standard of living in order that the wealth can be spread about.”

Yes, all that from a man who owns seven houses, including a nice pink castle in Country Cork, Ireland (a truly beautiful place on Earth I note). Jeremy, when you sell up your houses and give the money to starving blacks, I will follow you.  


by Chris Knight
A recent story in The Australian (26/5/2010, p.7) has a title that is self-explanatory: “Zimbabwe-born Acrobat to be Tried for Infecting Women with HIV.” The black HIV positive man had sex with up to twelve women. That number, by the way, is the same number of women usually reported to have had adulterous sex with interracial Tiger Woods. In actual fact, Woods has said that he bedded 120 women! We can be sure that most of these women are white and primarily Nordic (Northern European).

Many women flock not only to men who hit a ball with a stick, but men who have often nothing more than their colour. Why? Because they want to make a statement that others should follow. Because they have an ideology of racial cosmopolitanism – and ultimately racial nihilism (the elimination of race) – to promote. In other words, they are making a political statement, as much as the coloured man who possessed them does.  


by James Reed
The Beatles – a creation of Jewish businessman Brian Epstein – have been said to be the 20th century’s contribution to great culture, producing eternally valuable and valid music. But I for one don’t believe it – 40 years ago (but not “today”) the band ceased to play. Now 40 years on, a whole new group of names like Lady Gaga and Justin Beiber, captivate the minds of our lazy, decadent youth. These names, a few years on, will be forgotten as the great machine of consumer culture rolls on.

I think it was Jewish musician Robert Zimmerman (“Bob Dylan”) who compared the Beatles’ music to Tin Pan Alley, basically pop culture for its time. The same applies to his own music – both of these musical entities are intimately tied to the madness of the 1960’s.
As the wheel of consumerism turns on, they will be forgotten.

A survey conducted in Adelaide among students (The Advertiser 29/5/2010, p.24) revealed that most did not know who the Beatles were – in a city which went mad in June 1964 with “Beatlemania.” Our pop “culture” has become trashy and throwaway. Something in this much misery needs to pass away.  


by James Reed
It’s official…writes Marty Peretz in The New Republic…President B. Hussein Obama has objected to use of the expressions “Muslim extremist” and “Islamic terrorist”, so now the ever-politically correct Obama Administration won’t use these expressions. Amazing – writers such as Peretz have no problem with calling Jewish extremists, “Jewish extremists”, but Obama has this…this thing about Muslims. This is also seen clearly in Obama’s remarks about the jihad murder of Daniel Pearl by beheading.

In front of Daniel Pearls bereaved family Obama said this: “Obviously the loss of Daniel Pearl was one of those moments that captured the world’s imagination because it reminded us of how valuable a free press is.”
What? – no mention of the murderer who did this so that the same act of decapitation could be replicated? And no mention that Daniel Pearl was murdered because he was a Jew. Surely, philosophically, Obama is more a black Muslim than a Western Christian. Like Kev 007 Rudd, who is essentially a Chinese PM, Obama represents the end of Western civilisation as we know it.  


Radical Iranian cleric, Ayatollah Mohammad Bagher Kharrazi has a dream for “the global village of the oppressed”, a greater Iran comprising the Middle East and Central Asia, basically an Islamic United States. This would involve the destruction of Israel. This would also be a “prelude to the single global rule of the Mahdi”, this being the “hidden Imam” who will appear just before Judgement Day.

A United States of Islam? This will require more than just the removal of Israel. According to Nina Shea, writing in The Washington Post, May 14, 2010: “Relentless waves of bombings, assassinations, kidnappings, extortions and rapes have triggered a mass exodus of Christians from Iraq over the past seven years. Since 2003, over half of the estimated 1.5 million Iraqi Chaldean Catholics, Assyrian, Syriac Orthodox and Armenian Christians, as well as some Protestants have fled to Syria, Jordan and farther flung places.

While only 3 or 4 percent of Iraq’s pre-2003 population, they account for 40 percent of its refugees”. So creation of the United States of Islam will be a bloody process indeed, given present practices.  


by Peter Ewer
What can we expect in the changes to daily life as the West slowly Islamises? What is daily life under Sharia law like? Well, in modern moderate Indonesia, in the Aceh province, Islamic police have acquired 20,000 long skirts to cover up women who have violated Muslim dress codes. That includes those wearing tight trousers and figure hugging clothes.
They have the power to order women to put on these skirts on-the-spot. But the really interesting question is whether the morality police, the wilayatul hisbah, watch while the clothing is put on…And will the feminist champions of multiculturalism, in the future, be keen to embrace wilayatul hisbah, or will their baggy “lesbian” outfits be sufficiently repulsive to men, thus ensuring purity?  


by James Reed
I don’t want to let this story go down the memory drain just yet: “Bigamist Sparks Political Storm,” (The Australian, 27/4/2010, p.7). The basics is that a French Muslim man had twelve children with four different women, all burka-clad (the veil) and all receiving single mother pensions. So there you have it in one story “Muslim/polygamy/burka.” The French Muslim man knows his culture and went on the attack after a threat of removal of his French passport – saying that he had broken no law, denying polygamy.
Indeed, like a good Frenchman he just had these mistresses!!! And he also said that “it is not forbidden to have mistresses in France, nor is it forbidden under Islam.”

Continuing with his devastating reductio ad absurdum of French manhood: “If you lose your French nationality for having mistresses, then a lot of French men would have been stripped of their citizenship.” Not a bad argument indeed – take that multicultural France! Perhaps as one story goes “Polygamists here (in France) are breeding for cash,” but that is just one of the effects of creating by immigration, a multicultural society. Kiss the social welfare system goodbye.  


by Peter West
Being fat and ugly and old like me is one thing, but having high blood pressure and facing the reality of a stroke, as the plumbing in my brain springs a leak, is quite another. Reading about the side effects of BP drugs I came across a large literature about the ill-health effects of excess sodium chloride – common salt. Too much salt – and we only need 1.5gms a day (New Scientist, 1/5/2010) – can put you on the road to a range of ill health.

Our food is laced with salt. Even “healthy” bread, full of whole grains etc. has added salt, with some brands having around 450mgs of salt for two slices and higher. Over a day it is difficult to keep salt intake to 1.5gms – the average US consumption is 10gms.
Salt, like sugar, is a “silent killer”. It is deliberately added to make you eat and drink more to kick-in craving complexes and urges. Sure it is a corporate conspiracy – but even the corporate slugs have to eat and what alternative is there? Plenty – go for organic whole foods, fruits and vegetables which typically have just the right sodium balance. Avoid processed foods. Start reading food labels like the Bible.  


by Grace Lowe
We thought a woman’s viewpoint would be of interest here so we ran Peter West’s article past Grace Lowe. Here is her response: Last night, as I sat down to a piping hot jacket potato with beans and cheese; I wondered, having browsed a few organic grocers of late, how the big supermarket growers got their spuds so shiny and clean. It seems that such a vigorously polished specimen is rare in organic circles; they are almost always of the unwashed variety and irregular in size. A friend in the food industry informed me that store-bought potatoes are in fact ‘bleached’ with a chlorine dioxide ‘potato wash’ after undergoing a fair whack of chemical intervention in the growing stage.

This little discovery coincided with an email I received containing a link to the ‘EWG’s Shopper’s Guide to Pesticides’ for 2010 which claims that avoiding “The Dirty Dozen” 12 most contaminated foods, of which 7 are fruits: peaches, strawberries, apples, domestic blueberries, nectarines, cherries and imported grapes and celery, then: sweet bell peppers (red capsicum), spinach, kale, collard greens and potatoes (which are the vegetables most likely to retain pesticide contamination) you can decrease your pesticide intake by somewhere in the vicinity of 80% . Marvellous!
Further reading here:

However, before diving gung-ho into the vegetable crisper to remove any of the ‘dirty dozen’, then despairing at the lack of anything left to eat, I took a minute to google ‘farmers’ markets’ in my local city for an affordable alternative to ‘boutique’ organic veggies and supermarket chain produce. If you’re like me and don’t fancy planting up an orchard or have the time to till a bed full of leafy greens, you need not avoid these foods altogether (in fact – please do not!) there is a much more pleasant alternative – farmers’ markets.

These local gems stock a wide variety of locally grown fruit and vegetables with exquisite flavour often grown chemical free with little to no intervention. A Saturday morning sojourn to your local market can make a lovely day out with the family, time to sample an assortment of home baked treats and reconnect over good food and fresh air – not a Playstation in sight! Aside from the healthful benefits of naturally grown food, farmer’s markets foster a sense of community and provide an enjoyable alternative to the depressing sterility of the big chains.

As Peter West touched on – there are too many hidden additives in our food for us to be complacent. We only get one body; there’s no returns policy so best look after it. Food is integral to every function within our system, so take responsibility for yours. All this inspiration from the humble spud – worth the scrubbing!  


by Peter Ewer
So – Australia has sent a Mossad official back to Israel over the Israeli-assasins-with-forged-passports affair. This one expulsion is a token symbolic gesture. Information sharing will continue and business on the “intelligence” front will be as usual.
This, after all, is the nation that offered to sell nuclear warheads to the dreaded apartheid regime of South Africa (“Israeli’s Nuclear Link to Apartheid,” The Australian, 25/5/2010, p.9). Identity thief to knock off a terrorist is all in a day’s work. Go back to sleep, Australia.  


Advance notice that the League of Rights National Weekend for 2010 will be at the Bendigo Motor Inn, 232 High St., Kangaroo Flat on September 24, 25 and 26th. We have reserved 20 rooms in the Motel. There are 16 rooms on street level, so, advance booking is recommended. The theme of the Seminar is “The Law of Love”…

Bookings are to be made through The Australian League of Rights, Box 1052 GPO, Melbourne Victoria, 3001. Contact the Melbourne Office with any queries - Phone: 03 9650 9749; Fax: 03 9650 9368 - - Donald Auchterlonie National Director.  

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