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31 Augyst 2012 Thought for the Week:

Web Of One: Many people are familiar with the fact that ads on the internet are tailored to the user. Right here on Nextworldtv for example, no one is seeing the exact same set of ads. If you shopped online for something, let's say camping gear, then ads for camping gear may come up on your screen for weeks to follow. Your profile involves more than just online shopping you may have done last week. It's becoming more tailored, identifying your location, your interests...and ALL the things you've ever clicked on!

It gets a little creepy here: even Google searches are targeted to your interests. Two people who do a Google search are going to get different results, based on their online history. And how about this? The news feeds that Yahoo, AOL and others deliver to you are also edited just for you. What does that mean? We're just getting the news we are likely to want to read more about?

Eli Pariser, CEO of Upworthy, a web site for viral meaningful content, is a political and internet activist, board president of MoveOn.org and co-founder of Avaaz.org. He delivers an insightful Ted Talk here on the dangerous prospect of the internet becoming a "Web Of One".

-- The video was produced by Ted Talks


by Wallace Klinck: We need law, but justice with mercy and balance -- not with a spirit of vengeance which will do nothing to spread the spirit of Truth or the Christian Law of Love. The present system forces everyone into a war of survival and some are more clever and cunning -- even more ruthless -- than others. The point is as Douglas observed, even angels could not successfully administer under the rules of the present financial price-system. If vengeance is God's then perhaps we had better leave it to Him.

We are commanded to reason, to be slow to anger and to judge others only as we would be judged ourselves. Our responsibility should be to uncover truth which ultimately is our only hope of success--or salvation. Because historically, certain individuals and institutions have professed Christian principles and have distorted them for their own selfish purposes, in no indictment of those principles themselves. We are to be humble and not to prejudge… There but for the Grace of God go I.

Douglas said that Social Credit in Alberta (Canada) has never failed because, like Christianity, it has never been tried. Our mission is to find meaningful and effective ways of "bringing down to earth" and incarnating Christian principles in the everyday practical organic affairs of mankind. This task requires disciplined application of our intellectual faculties -- in the case of Social Credit, primarily to develop a realistic form of national financial accountancy properly reflecting the actually physical processes involved in production, distribution and consumption.

By punishing the perpetrators of undeniable financial-economic crimes, without advancing a sound replacement for an increasingly mathematically impossible system of national accounts, you have solved nothing, but given yourself the satisfaction of venting your anger and hostility. Moreover you will have contributed nothing whatsoever to the establishment of a viable financial system and the good life for man.

Douglas warned against blaming all the evils in this world on human nature rather than placing appropriate blame upon the financial system itself -- and the philosophy which sustains it. Emotion is blind and requires of itself little intelligent thought. Social Credit operates on a much higher plane than the "get even" mentality of the Puritan mind. We are serious about pursuing constructive ends for the love and glory of God and the betterment of mankind -- all of which may be more in keeping with "the Kingdom."
Becoming faithless, jaded or resentful about life is no solution to its problems but is merely, as they say, a cop-out (in my opinion.


The news of the striking South African miners in The Guardian goes to the very heart of Peter West’s article – below - on Apartheid and Capitalism:
“The Marikana action is a strike by the poor against the state and the haves. The shooting at Lonmin's Marikana mine exposes weaknesses at the heart of South African society” by Justice Malala, guardian.co.uk, Friday 17 August 2012.
“Striking workers armed with sticks and machetes at Lonmin's Marikana mine, Rustenburg, South Africa. The story of the London-listed Lonmin's Marikana mine shootings is that of a trade union that cosied up to big business; of an upstart and populist new union that exploited real frustration to establish itself; and of police failure.

t is a story which exposes South Africa's structural weaknesses too: we are one of the world's top two most unequal societies (with Brazil). Poverty, inequality and unemployment lie at the heart of the shootings this week.
The Lonmin story starts with the 360,000-member National Union of Mineworkers, formed in the 1980s to fight apartheid labour laws. Under the leadership of Cyril Ramaphosa - ironically now on the board of Lonmin, which owns the mine where the shootings occurred - the union became the biggest affiliate to the Congress of SA Trade Unions (Cosatu), a powerful ally of the ruling ANC.

For more than a decade Cosatu has concentrated on socioeconomic and political issues. Instead of organising on the shop floor it has harried the ANC government to adopt increasingly left-leaning policies. The NUM, one of the two biggest unions within Cosatu, has been at the forefront of these struggles.

Over the past few years the NUM has been split by succession battles inside the ANC, with the current leadership campaigning for ANC President Jacob Zuma to win a second term. The union has paid a heavy price for this. At the Lonmin mines its membership has declined from 66% of workers to 49% and it has lost its organisational rights. Disgruntled and expelled union leaders had in the meantime started a new union, the Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union, and were organising on the NUM's turf.

The NUM's achilles heel was that its relationship with mine owners and the Chamber of Mines had become too close. Its secretary, Frans Baleni, is a more strident critic of the nationalisation of mines than many business leaders. The union has also allegedly accepted wage settlements that tied workers into years of meagre increases.

The AMCU dangled a fat piece of fruit in front of the workers' eyes: rock drillers (who are the core of this strike and do the hardest work underground) earning R4,000 a month were promised R12,500 a month. The union's support in the Lonmin mines shot up to 19% by last month, and it embarked on an illegal strike to force its pay demand.

This week the strike turned violent. On the ground, armed workers are promising to "take a bullet with my fellow workers". Traditional doctors have been anointing strikers with potions, allegedly making them invincible. The AMCU's leaders are preparing for war. Continue reading…..


Len – the now unemployed - Cleaner:
I was in Rundle Mall, Adelaide after visiting my work adviser (who instructed me on ‘how to write a letter to an employer’), when I was handed a “Boycott Israel” leaflet. The leaflet quotes Nelson Mandela:
“Apartheid is a crime against humanity. Israel has deprived millions of Palestinians of their liberty and property. It has perpetuated a system of gross racial discrimination and inequality. It has systematically incarcerated and tortured thousands of Palestinians, contrary to the rules of international law. It has, in particular, waged a war against a civilian population, in particular children.”

Now, I am thinking clearly, having taken my handful of Big Pharma pills. The new morality has it that saying that Israel=Apartheidism is anti-Semitic. But my question is: what if the Pope of political correctness, Pope Nelson, says it ex-something (you know, when the Pope is infallible)?

Isn’t this one of those theological paradoxes, only a multicultural version? What happens when an irresistible multicultural force meets an immovable multicultural object?  


Len – the now unemployed - Cleaner:
I was in Rundle Mall, Adelaide after visiting my work adviser (who instructed me on ‘how to write a letter to an employer’), when I was handed a “Boycott Israel” leaflet. The leaflet quotes Nelson Mandela:
“Apartheid is a crime against humanity. Israel has deprived millions of Palestinians of their liberty and property. It has perpetuated a system of gross racial discrimination and inequality. It has systematically incarcerated and tortured thousands of Palestinians, contrary to the rules of international law. It has, in particular, waged a war against a civilian population, in particular children.”

Now, I am thinking clearly, having taken my handful of Big Pharma pills. The new morality has it that saying that Israel=Apartheidism is anti-Semitic. But my question is: what if the Pope of political correctness, Pope Nelson, says it ex-something (you know, when the Pope is infallible)?

Isn’t this one of those theological paradoxes, only a multicultural version? What happens when an irresistible multicultural force meets an immovable multicultural object?  


by Peter West:
Len the - now unemployed - Cleaner (“Excuse Me – Isn’t That Anti-Semitic?”) asks the interesting question of what happens when an irresistible multicultural force meets and immovable multicultural object? What happens when Pope Nelson Mandela, speaking ex cathedra (and hence infallibly) says that Israel’s policy towards the Palestinians smacks of Apartheid, and Apartheid is a crime against humanity? The answer is: Nothing! The champions of the New Morality just swallow contradictions for breakfast. T

here is, of course, a more sophisticated response which is suggested by Dr. K.R. Bolton’s brilliant essay “Apartheid: Lest We Forget (Or Never Knew)”. Dr. Bolton traces the development of Apartheid by Dr. Hendrik Verwoerd, who was concerned with separate development of the races and the commonsensical notion that multiracial societies do not work. Apartheidism was not about exploiting the coloured races, but preventing this by racial separatism. Unfortunately separatism was not accomplished, and now we have black rule of whites. Africa is not a rainbow nation of love and peace.

Interestingly enough, just as the White Australia Policy had its origins in protecting white workers, Apartheid also had its origins in the 1922 revolt of the Rand, an Afrikaner syndicalist revolt against globalist-owned mining interests using cheap black labour to render thousands of white workers redundant. The conflict escalated ultimately leading to commandos of the Labour Movement seizing Johannesburg and proclaiming a “White Workers’ Republic”. The Establishment responded on 14 March 1922 with an airstrike on the Movement headquarters killing the leaders. Afrikaner Nationalists were radicalised and with the Labour Party, assumed office at the elections in 1924.

In a nutshell, the globalists have wanted to do with Africa that which they have done with Asia: create a vast continent of workers and consumers. Nationalist sentiments stood in their way, so these had to be smashed. The money power thus aimed to destroy Apartheid because this meant the destruction of the Afrikaner, who with small population numbers, was regarded as expendable. However, as the case of South Africa shows, it hasn’t turned out how the globalists expected.

Dr. Bolton has a very insightful quote from Leftist Noam Chomsky which accurately summarises the relationship between capitalism and racism: “See, capitalism is not fundamentally racist – it can exploit racism for its own purposes, but racism isn’t built into it. Capitalism basically wants people to be interchangeable cogs, and differences among them, such as on the basis of race, usually are not functional. I mean, they may be functional for a period, like you want a super-exploited workforce or something, but those situations are kind of anomalous. Over the long term you can expect capitalism to be anti-racist – just because it is anti-human. And race is in fact a human characteristic – there is no reason why it should be a negative characteristic, but it is a human characteristic. So therefore identifications based on race interfere with the basic ideal that people should, be available as consumers and producers, interchangeable cogs who will purchase all the junk that is produced – that’s their ultimate function, and all other properties they might have are kind of irrelevant, and usually a nuisance.”

Dr. Kerry Bolton paints on a literary canvas a panoramic view of the “Revolution From Above”.
He writes: “A self-appointed elite that Huxley called the 'World Controllers' and Carroll Quigley described as 'an international network' has for generations been intent on establishing a 'World State' (Huxley) or what David Rockefeller himself calls a 'World Order’, and what President George W. Bush and others, such as Rothschild employee Linnett, call the 'New World Order.' In more common parlance it is called 'globalisation,' but it is seldom understood in its wider ramifications, as set forth here, especially by the Left, whose activists support aspects of the same globalisation process: multiculturalism, feminism, marijuana liberalisation, abortion rights, open borders, and feel-good causes in the name of 'democracy' and 'human rights’, the results of which are further control by global plutocracy.”
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by James Reed
In a time of war, armies need accurate information of how bad things really are. Sugar-coating information will lead to death. What is needed is cold hard facts. John Pasquarelli’s article doesn’t beat around the bush, “Aborigines Still Mired in Misery While Bureaucrats Dither” The Australian 10 August 2012, presented to my mind something of an end times image. The article describes Pasquarelli’s visit to some outback Aboriginal communities in 1996. Landscapes were littered with trash, rusting cars, roofing iron and beer bottles and cans everywhere. Houses were trashed by the occupants because they were drunk. Presumably today not much has changed.

Pasquarelli then said: “My research and observations point the finger squarely at the Aboriginal industry and its self-serving black and white bureaucrats who cover for each other and protect their turf of high salaries, taxpayer funded cars and all the other perks of office, this scandal overseen by weak politicians.” It is very difficult to see how this mess can be cleaned up and the destruction of outback Aborigines prevented. Some hope though comes from strong Aboriginal women like Warlpiri woman Bess Price. Recently she called Amnesty International a racist organisation and criticised a “white black fella” and a “physically white English-speaking Tasmanian” (The Australian 9 August 2012, pp.1,2). It may not be “apocalypse now” if those like Bess Price continue to critique that tax-paid-for industry aptly described by John Pasquarelli.

“Red Over Black” by Geoff McDonald: All Australians, black and white, should read former communist Geoff McDonald’s 1980s revelation of the Communist Party’s strategy behind the Aboriginal Land Rights movement. “Red Over Black”, first published in 1982 and the ninth in 1998, exposes just what was the aim.

In the article above you will see that the Communist ANC, after coming to power in South Africa has no trouble working with Capitalism – and not for the benefit of either the black or white people. Power is the goal and the people are merely the tools they use to gain their ends.
The strategy and tactics are similar the world over. From the time of leaving school, Geoff McDonald was involved in industrial and political affairs. While painting Aboriginal murals on the secret Communist training school at Minto, New South Wales, he first heard of the long-range Communist strategy for the establishment of an Aboriginal republic under Communist control.

Geoff McDonald had a deep respect for the genuine Aboriginal people, whom he saw as being treated as black cannon fodder by the Marxist revolutionaries. He wrote with great feeling about Australian nurses and was loud in his praise of their dedicated services to the Aborigines.
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by John Brett
From nowhere came a re-vamp of our local paper, under a new Banner with a subjective writer, who has attempted to address the Council amalgamation disaster.
In proposing new boundaries to contain smaller populations with more representation, it is hoped the community may be able to reverse the disaster of amalgamation, where we now have 10 Councillors trying to cope with what 68 Councillors were struggling with before.
Highfields (Queensland) with a population in the vicinity of 15,000, is full of retired expertise. With a paper at hand it is better placed than most other places to change things for the better.

I sent the following letter to the paper, in support of writer Miles Noller’s article, in trying to state the problem correctly.
The Editor, High Country News (HCN): (herald@highcountrynews.net.au)

Dear Sir,
We hope Miles Noller can continue the desirable campaign for a return to the Ward system of Local Government. We have forgotten that this was the first, then recently the last bastion of democratic government in Australia, where through our Ward Councillor, we could and did control the executive.

Every form of government has now reverted to Lenin’s great ideal crusade of having the “State” through its executive, controlling the people. Current holders of power and education will only allow Ballot Box democracy to be heard or taught. Ballot Box democracy is a mechanism and like all mechanisms is controlled by people, just as the driver of a car, for better or worse, controls the car.

For Local Government to function with the minimum of friction and maximum of desirable results the Boundary’s have to reflect the marriage of physical advantages and constraints to financial and economic advantages by the consent of those to be governed. Australia’s first political boundaries were either river, coastline or map co-ordinates, nothing else being known or in existence. Added to these original boundary’s we now know of forest and mountains, jungle and desert, and seasonal weather, together with man-made boundaries such as railways and roads, ports and cities, irrigation and mining centres, and much more with aircraft able to traverse and bisect the lot!

The red boundary lines on the HCN map on the front page, just cuts across map co-ordinates, inviting more problems than they could solve.
The centralisation and accumulation of political power ends in tyranny for us and makes millionaires for those at the apex, which causes a scramble and desertion from those at the bottom trying to reach the top - corruption becoming their rite of passage.
Highfields is an excellent area to return to democratic local government. It has a pool of experienced talent in administration, engineering, communication, agricultural and construction, together with a massive people dossier about previous and on-going disasters.

Hidden out of sight are people who could lead us back to what we most desire and is achievable. Now we have a paper and a writer who can honestly articulate the problem for us. Perhaps there are other volunteers hiding away out there???  


Exodus of US Oil Refineries: “The Closure Of The U.S. Oil Refinery Industry In The Past 2 Years”: The individual who sent this email has worked for Shell for most of his life. In 2010, there were 149 operable U.S. refineries with a combined capacity of 17.6 million barrels (2,800,000 m3) per day. Something odd started happening in late 2010-early 2011. The US oil refinery industry quietly announced the closure of numerous US oil refineries.

Many are completely unaware the US ships oil overseas to be processed. We do so as we do not have enough refineries to process the vast amounts here, and we are barred from building anymore refineries. All refineries perform three basic steps: separation, conversion, and treatment. Pretty simple. Several reasons include technical and economic factors as to why we ship it overseas to be processed.

1. The crude petroleum is sold to the highest bidder, NOT the nearest bidder
2. There are different kinds of crude oil, such as sweet/light and dark/heavy. They have different applications and uses.
3. Different kinds of refining processes are needed to make different products from the crude oil. Petroleum is processed to make lots of products other than gasoline, like plastics and asphalt.
4. Politics, unions and the "environmentalists"

How many of you are aware Sunoco, ConocoPhillips and The HESS Corp are all closing US oil refineries? Not many, as the media refuses to give this huge story coverage. My guess is that if Americans understood the complete truth as to how we are being sold out, and enslaved there just might be the much needed revolution to turn this country around.

Last September, both Sunoco & CP announced plant closing, effecting thousands of workers. Sunoco announced they are completely getting out of the oil industry. Closing up shop. They are done with the US oil industry. Sunoco is closing it's 2 oil refineries in July 2012 in Philadelphia and Marcus Hook, Pa. Those 2 facilities alone process over 500,000 barrels a day. http://abclocal.go.com/wpvi/story?section=news/local&id=8343372

Also announced last year, ConocoPhillips announced 2 plant closing for sure in Trainer, PA and Bayway, NJ., the other 3 plants are undecided as of today. (February 2012…ed) http://stillwaterassociates.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=139:us-east-coast-refinery-for-sale-whos-buying&catid=40:white-papers&Itemid=155

Conoco also announced they were closing their Alaskan refining facility: https://www.delcotimes.com/articles/2011/09/28/news/doc4e828f2ba723a246763254.txt;

Valero also announced in late 2011 the closure of US oil refining facilities, costing numerous jobs, and the loss of 210,000 barrels of oil per day: https://www.usatoday.com/money/industries/energy/2009-11-20-valero-closing_N.htm

Just a week ago, the US 3rd largest oil refinery owned and operated by The HESS Corp just announced it's permanent closure. Costing over 2,000 jobs, and effecting 950 contractors:

Refineries on the East Coast of the US supply 40% of the gasoline sales and 60% of the diesel and other fuel oils. Of that, half that comes from the Sunoco & ConocoPhillps plant closures.
When ConocoPhillips announced that it was closing the Trainer refinery, Willie Chiang, then ConocoPhillips' Senior Vice President of Refining, Marketing, Transportation and Commercial, noted that their decision to sell, like Sunoco's, was based on unfavourable economics caused by a competitive and difficult market environment characterized by "...product imports, weakness in motor fuel demand, and costly regulatory requirements."

They are ALL closing up shop due to government regulations, and excessive operating costs brought on by the Government regulations.

The excessive, and costly government regulations on the US oil refinery market, has forced companies to re-evaluate the cost of doing business in the US.

Why have operations in the US where you bleed money via regulations and demands, when you can have refineries built in Columbia, Mexico or Brazil for pennies on the dollar, and less regulations? It's all business America...nothing personal. Besides...your government is giving BILLIONS to Columbia and Brazil to build refineries to process all that oil the US is losing.

We are building up every country on earth, while destroying our own... all in the name of redistribution of wealth.
Some of these "deals" were linked in my previous note: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100003192895784&sk=notes#!/note.php?note_id=145148522268243

You do the maths. When the US oil refineries finally close up shop, who will process all that oil... and how much do YOU think that oil will cost when it's ALL processed overseas? Think gas and energy costs are high right now... wait 6 months.

You haven't seen anything yet. How can anyone expect any company to do business with an anti-American, hostile government out of control? You can't. That is why we are seeing a mass exodus, across the board in every industry in the US.  


from Larry Pickering’s Faceblog: ... and why she refuses to comment.
The can is now open and cannibalistic worms are sweating over who will devour who first. The five-part story so far, including accusations made on pickeringpost.com, now emerges as facts. Facts Gillard can no longer ignore.

Slater & Gordon’s recent flurry of TV ads does little to restore its already shattered reputation. If they dump further on Gillard they risk Gillard dumping on them. There is a communal agreement to stonewall but, once that wall is breached, gunk will flow like a lanced boil. Gillard said, “I resigned voluntarily”. That is a lie.
Gillard said, “I did not know what the accounts were for.” That is also a lie.
Gillard said, “I had receipts for work done on my property.” That is a deception. She had receipts for maybe a new lamp-shade and a fancy soap-holder.
Gillard says she can’t be certain that extorted funds weren’t used on her renovations. Mmmm.
Nick Styant-Brown, of Slater & Gordon, called Gillard in for a taped interview regarding what she had been up to.
Do partners of a major law firm do that to each other for fun? I think not. Styant-Brown said, “...the company took a very serious view of these and other matters and accepted her resignation”.
“Took a very serious view” of exactly what, Julia?
What exactly were these “other matters”, Julia?
Gillard says, “I was treated very shabbily”. For what reason, Julia, do you believe you were treated “very shabbily”?
Why did Slater & Gordon lend $130,000, in the form of a mortgage on the Kerr Street property, to Wilson? Wilson was an AWU Boss. The union would have been only too happy to supply a mortgage.
Why go to the AWU’s law firm, Slater & Gordon?
Why did Wilson get his girlfriend, Julia Gillard, to secretly facilitate the laundering of funds and why did Slater & Gordon hide this from their client, the AWU?
Why wasn’t the AWU, informed of anything at all? Why didn’t they know of the fraudulent account Gillard set up in the AWU’s name?
Why did it take the renovator’s invoices mistakenly turning up at the AWU before the scam was uncovered? Why was this kept secret if, as Gillard claims, there was nothing untoward.
Why did Gillard disguise the true owner of the Kerr Street property by drawing up a power of attorney for Wilson to act on behalf of Blewitt? Why was Blewitt not told about the mortgage? Why was Blewitt not told where the proceeds of the sale went?
Why did Gillard refuse to even open a file on this case?
Why did Gillard rush into the AWU with receipts for her renovations if she thought there was nothing untoward? Slater & Gordon arranged, pro bono, the conveyancing on the Kerr Street property. (They say that is normal for valued clients of the firm.) Therefore they must know of the fraudulent funds and the fraudulent accounts? They must also know where the stolen funds came from and where they went to after the sale of the property? Did they not even ask or make a note of this?
Slater & Gordon spuriously wants Wilson and Blewitt to waive privilege so they can produce these files. Mmmm... are there two people in Australia less likely to waive privilege without immunity?
Where are Paul Howes’ files. Why has the AWU called off the dogs? Why won’t they co-operate with police? A Court ordered certain funds be returned to the AWU. So why does the AWU refuse to pursue those funds? Originally they demanded a Royal Commission! What has changed, Paul?
Slater & Gordon are complicit and will eventually dump on Gillard to save their own skin. The Prime Minister has insisted they make a statement supporting her. But they have already begun the process with a call to Styant-Brown.
Gillard’s own Attorney General, Rob Mc Clelland, was the co-author of the damning Cambridge affidavit. Was he talking crap when he said, “...a third party may have benefitted from this.”
When Slater & Gordon taped the interview with Gillard I would think the conversation went more like this: Gillard:
Why are you treating me this shabbily? We are all partners! Why is it only me who has to resign? I’ve been here eight bloody years and this is what I get? It wasn’t just me, it was Murphy and Rothfield too! Slater & Gordon: Murphy is also going. We need to protect the firm.
In seventeen years’ time, Julia, there will be others who will also insist you resign or be sacked. What will you do then Julia?

[Part VII covers Shorten and the unions’ influence and further damning information from FOI. Also the history of the faceless men and how they run our Parliament without our knowledge and the way in which Slater & Gordon operates. There is so much more to this sordid little tale]  

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