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19 October 2012 Thought for the Week:

“How to defeat the threat of the complete Monopoly State, a threat which has become so grave only because the great majority of people do not understand that the policy of Monopoly being imposed in all spheres of human activities - political, economic, and financial - has been advanced by a technique of what can be best termed Sovietisation by stealth and trickery.

Until this technique is more widely understood, no effective action can be taken to defeat it. The basic feature of Socialism is the centralisation of all power for the creation of what is known as the centrally-planned State. But the centralisation of power also appeals to a great many people who would object to being termed Socialists.

It is essential that all genuine anti-Socialists be clear about this matter, in order that they can realistically assess the policies of all political groups, irrespective of their labels. There can be no argument about the fact that we are passing through a revolutionary period which will decide the future way of life of our people for centuries to come.”

- - Eric D. Butler in “Steps Towards the Monopoly State


by Chris Knight
The Cardinal Mindszenty Foundation in its Mindszenty Report (January 2010) has an insightful article:
“The Puppet Master: George Soros and the Obama Administration”. The article makes the case that Jewish financier George Soros is the power behind Obama, pulling his strings. Soros, the report says, has a “God Complex”, with messianic ideas and he sometimes uses Biblical terms to refer to himself. He “thinks he is the conscience of the world, dedicated to shattering all the traditional cultural norms, especially those of the American people”. Soros apparently wants “the demolition of America’s technological and industrial civilisation”.

“Soros has expended several billion dollars over the years in America providing funding for abortion rights, atheism, drug legalisation, sex education, euthanasia, feminism, gun control, globalisation, mass immigration, gay marriage and other forms of social engineering. He also funds organisations that advocate open borders, amnesty for illegal aliens, a cap and trade tax, defense spending reductions, an increase in the minimum wage and a world poverty tax”.

This agenda is, of course, also the Obama agenda. Soros and Obama are globalists or Davos Men, “a term coined by the late Harvard University political science professor Samuel Huntington to describe a group of global internationalist elites who have no allegiance to any country. The Davos Man views national boundaries as inevitably vanishing. Soros sees nation-states as harmful vestiges of the past and believes that national laws and administrative regulations as detrimental to world economies as are national currencies”. Soros’ “open societies”, a term taken from Jewish philosopher Karl Popper, is the completely globalised society of raceless, placeless people.

In promoting Obama, Soros poured money into “progressive” catholic organisations so that 54 per cent of US Catholics voted for America’s strongest pro-abortion candidate in history. This is a sample of what the money power is capable of doing - and how little critical power, the mind of the average person actually has.  


A cross Canada speaking tour with Lady Michele Renouf, British model, actress, film maker and free speech activist recently opened to a standing room only meeting. Speaking to promote her new two-hour video, “Dresden Holocaust 1945”, Lady Michele urged the use of new language to discuss and define our dilemma. Her career in television advertising has helped form her vision of the use of language.

“Our predators – our traditional enemies – work by ‘swindlespeak’” she explained. “It tells us the very opposite of the truth.” For instance, the term ‘diversity’ describes a good thing. However, the policy of mass immigration from the Third World to Europe and North America will destroy diversity and result in one sad blend.”  


by James Reed
We should not spend a lot of words on the Alan Jones remarks about Julia Gillard and her deceased father, beyond noting that her father definitely was not ashamed of her and was probably her greatest fan. He was a man who worked hard for his two daughters, and Gillard seems to exhibit considerable love and affection, for him, and appreciation of his sacrifices. As much as I dislike Gillard, she has transcended the usual feminist nonsense about blaming the father for everything.

That being said, the Labor Party and the Left excel in personal attacks and foul comments which make the Jones' comments look like praise. People such as Gina Rinehart are openly vilified in the crudest personal terms by the Left. Cancer deaths are wished upon enemies of the Left, frequently. Clearly the Jones controversy is an opportunity to destroy another enemy of the Left.

For that reason people should support Jones whatever else they may think about him. One silly comment does not a man maketh, or something like that.  


by Brian Simpson
Anti-racism is the ideology of global capitalism. Noam Chomsky in “Understanding Power” (2002) gives a good summary of why: “Capitalism is not fundamentally racist – it can exploit racism for its purposes, but racism isn’t built into it.

Capitalism basically wants people to be interchangeable cogs, and differences among them, such as the basics of race, usually are not functional. I mean, they may be functional for a period, like if 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 just as consumers and producers, interchangeable cogs who will purchase all the junk that is produced – that’s their ultimate function, and other properties they might have are kind of irrelevant, and usually a nuisance.”

Racial thinking is a revolt against global cosmopolitanism. It does not need to be discriminatory or hateful, as the cosmopolitan gleefully portrays it. It is human thinking and opposed to the nihilism that cosmopolitanism ultimately generates.  


by Ian Wilson LL.B.
High Court judge Bill Gummow has reached the mandatory retirement age of 70 and has now retired. A story is told that when he joined the High Court in 1985 he went to lunch with the other judges. When a waiter asked him what he would like, he said, “Sirloin Steak”. The waiter then said: “What about the vegetables?” To this he replied” “They can order for themselves.” (The Australian 5 October 2012, p.30)

Perhaps there is a deep metaphysical truth in this. Since its inception the High Court has delivered judgement after judgement supporting centralism and the power of Canberra over the states. For the past few decades it has generally delivered judgements supporting the politically correct status quo. The Federal Court is even worse. This exhibits an almost plant-like predictability : vegetable in fact.

Consequently during the present “cultural wars”, we must not give any more power to the lawyers. For this reason alone we must not change a single word of our Constitution. And remember, each day to eat up all your vegetables!  


Rick Blaine, USA - Social Credit Discussion Group, October 2012:
To hear republicans tell it, the economy will fail, and civilization as we know it, come to an end unless the government deregulates - everything. If it makes no sense to you, watch out because it makes sense to someone wanting either money, influence, power, or all.

It’s things like this behind the move for tort "reform" (republican-speak for a right taken away), class action "reform" (republican-speak for a right taken away), and deregulation in general.

It’s the American business goal of laissez-faire government, the "Old West" without rules where a man could gun-sling his way to prosperity. You just needed more guns than the other guy, whom you crushed. Today, gunslingers have been replaced by lawyers and lobbyists.  


The Present Financial Regime! writes Wallace Klinck
The following is a response to Rick Blaine’s observations (above). “The key to the issue of state involvement in the lives of the people is balance. The more mature and ethical is the culture of a population, the less state intervention can be claimed as justifiable. The necessity or desirability of state involvement is probably variable with the dynamic nature of changing conditions under different historical conditions. A measure of social maturity is the degree of evolution of the individual toward imminent sovereignty--a freedom of choice and activity which accords due regard to the rights and freedoms of other persons.

While an anarchical environment is conducive to unpredictability and fear, undue state direction introduces arbitrariness and fear also. In both cases the aspirations and creativity of mankind are repressed. Legalism can be a dead hand on society unless it gives due regard to natural law which in its imperfect manner the British Common Law, adapted also in the United States, has attempted to do through its organic or practical approach to fairness and equity. For examples of balance and regulation we can refer in nature to the process of "homeostasis" in physiology or of "sufficiency" in engineering, etc.

The important thing is that we do not abstract ourselves from reality in our practical lives. I think the empirical approach conduces to success and happiness in human affairs and avoids the great hazards inherent in following blind, abstract ideology.

I am not enamoured of the polarizing effect of party politics and am not favourably impressed with either of the American major political parties which I regard as controlled by essentially the same unhelpful elements. As a Canadian citizen I have, of course, an opinion but little or no practical or formal input into American political processes. Nevertheless, they are important because what transpires in the United States has repercussions for Canada as well.

As to Romney, I am horrified at his fundamentalist views, most especially as they would influence his attitude to international affairs, particularly in the Middle East. Whatever his actual position in this regard may be, I consider that Obama has not been very helpful in this matter either. Perhaps he does not wish to join the procession of martyred U.S. Presidents.
In any case, neither candidate nor their parties have a realistic grasp on financial policy and both offer little more than a continuation of alternate accelerated and decelerated debt expansion with the destructive inflationary nature of debt-funded economic expansion and alternatively the restrictive and confiscatory economic policy of credit stringency exercised in the interests of achieving the false goal of a "balanced budget", the latter being increasingly a mathematical impossibility under the existing defective system of financial cost-accountancy.

Money should always be, as a mere system of accountancy, a passive servant of mankind and should always be a mechanism designed to facilitate our doing whatever we are physically and psychologically capable and desirous of doing.

The most destructive environmental factor is the existing financial regime which compels us to finance current consumption by debt claims against future cycles of production--thereby forcing us to engage in all sorts of superfluous, unnecessary and destructive activity in order to generate incomes by which to claim goods originating in past production. This is the "Guns before Butter" syndrome--a form of madness.

Hyper-aggressive, immoral or unethical marketing, whether of "PCBs" or "depleted uranium" is the outstanding manifestation of this madness. Again, my recommendation is Social Credit rather than Social Debt--Clifford Hugh Douglas rather than John Maynard Keynes.”  


Modern industrialised economies do not make the satisfaction of human needs a number-one priority. They are instead designed to stimulate business and promote commerce. Industrialised economies are based on throughput. They prosper only so long as production and consumption remain high. Income is derived from wages and salaries and, as a result, every effort is made to assure that there is never any shortage of work to be done. Products must wear out or be consumed so that they may be replaced. Styles must be changed so that whatever does not wear out is discarded anyway. People must be dissatisfied so that they want more. Resources must be exploited. Growth is essential.

"On the 'spaceship earth' where we live today, resources are limited, and pollution a serious threat. Under such conditions an appropriate economic system would be one which concentrated on the satisfaction of human needs rather than on the rate of production and consumption. We should be attempting to maximise the accumulated supply of utilitarian goods, not simply the level of industrial output.

The earth is a spaceship and, if we are to live on it in peace and prosperity, we must shift from throughput economics to storehouse economics before it is too late. The key to making such a basic shift is the elimination of the virtually exclusive role of wages and salaries in the income distribution system. So long as job employment is a prerequisite to obtaining income, any significant shift from throughput to storehouse economics would create chaos. If products were made more durable, if mass advertising of trivia were eliminated, and if all unnecessary jobs were discontinued, unemployment would soar, recession would occur, and millions would be without income altogether.

Throughput economics depends on continuous growth to create enough work to keep everyone employed. Storehouse economics would eliminate unnecessary work and seek to satisfy human needs with as little effort and expenditure of energy and resources as possible. Storehouse economics is based on the principle that, if things don't wear out, they don't need to be replaced."

- - - Dr. J. S. Albus in “Peoples Capitalism” The New Times, April 1978


While reading the following reports gentle reader do bear in mind the funding issued by governments originated within the private banking system. The CREDIT was created OUT OF NOTHING and your children and grandchildren are going to be burdened with these debts forever and a day! Further reading: World Government Agenda: For All the World to See”

Andrew Bolt’s Blog 8 October 2012:
Expensive desalination plants in Queensland, NSW and Victoria have all been mothballed without producing a drop of water. All were built in preference to much cheaper dams, in part because of green bans and in part because warming preachers claimed the rains would not return.

Add a fourth desalination plant: Commonwealth Auditor-General Ian McPhee has been asked to investigate $328 million in federal funds handed over to the South Australian Labor government for its $2.2 billion mothballed desalination plant and pipeline. Federal Labor initially provided $100m for a 50 gigalitre plant, then announced an extra $228m to double its size…

Under the original deal for extra funding, South Australia was to “reduce reliance” on the Murray by drawing less water from the river once the 100GL plant was fully operational, expected in December.
The decision saw the cost blow out from $500m for the smaller option to $2.2bn, when pipe work was included, for the larger plant, with water bills for consumers trebling since 2008 to pay for it. Five desal plants have been built in Australia. Only Perth’s is used.  


Andrew Bolt reported 9/10/2012
A union sided with the government against its members in supporting a useless tax that can only hurt workers. The Australian Workers Union admitted it “didn’t want the carbon tax” in a letter sent to its members the day after the scheme started, despite publicly endorsing it as long as not one job was lost.

The letter reveals that the AWU leadership - which has been among Julia Gillard’s strongest backers - faced considerable unrest from its membership over the introduction of the carbon tax. The letter has emerged as The Australian can also reveal that Queensland Alumina Limited’s Gladstone refinery has warned its staff of imminent job cuts to help cope with “difficult market conditions due to a high exchange rate, higher costs of production, low metals prices and new taxes"…

“The AWU letter, dated July 2 this year, the day after the government’s clean energy package began operating, was signed by Victorian branch secretary Cesar Melhem. “We didn’t want the carbon tax, and we made that very well known,” Mr Melhem said. “When it became obvious it was going to happen whether we liked it or not, we lobbied hard and won special concessions for industries - including aluminium, steel, glass and cement - with the aim of protecting our members’ job security.”  


From a supporter: Exposed on 5AA Adelaide:
“Investors” overturn decisions by the electricity regulator so they can unlawfully make fantastic profits! Leon Byner talks to Laurel Fox Allen from Electricity Weekly about power prices.

Electricity ministers have blocked out public interest and electricity networks are unlawfully, via collusion and without ACCC approval, making astounding profits!
• Cost of coal-fired electricity = 7.9c/kWh (kilowatt hour)
• Energy Australia’s peak tariff rate = 47.7c/kWh (recently jacked up from 40.6c/kWh or 14.88%)
• “Mark up” = 503%

Hello! Profiteering is an illegal practice! Farmers and Consumers Cop a Double Blow!
These greedy electricity distributors are not only fleecing us, they are forcing up the price of locally grown food, making imported food even more attractive to supermarkets and other buyers! This is a national scandal and must stop! Green economics and our massive electricity and water bills. Illegal and extortionate electricity charges - blatant and illegal profiteering!

You may have heard it mentioned that our power bills are skyrocketing because electricity companies are “spending lots of money on poles and wires” to upgrade the system. I suspect that is a load of spin. The reason our electricity bills are going sky high is that long before the carbon tax arrived, power companies were spending massive amounts of money on “renewable energy” e.g., wind farms. Poles and wires are just a small part of the picture.

In 2009 American, George F. Will, exposed the awful reality about so-called “renewable energy”, primarily wind power, in Spain. What he was saying is that governments are pouring billions into anything called “green” or “sustainable”, but it’s pouring money into the most inefficient systems while destroying the most efficient systems. - It costs US $1.4 million to set up one wind industry job!

“…Calzada says Spain's torrential spending — no other nation has so aggressively supported production of electricity from renewable sources — on wind farms and other forms of alternative energy has indeed created jobs. But Calzada's report concludes that they often are temporary and have received $752,000 to $800,000 each in subsidies — wind-industry jobs cost even more, $1.4 million each.

And each new job entails the loss of 2.2 other jobs that are either lost or not created in other industries because of the political allocation — sub-optimum in terms of economic efficiency — of capital. (European media regularly report "eco-corruption" leaving a "footprint of sleaze" — gaming the subsidy systems, profiteering from land sales for wind farms, etc.) Calzada says the creation of jobs in alternative energy has subtracted about 110,000 jobs from elsewhere in Spain's economy…”

So Spain appears to have created a highly expensive and inefficient economy and now the bankers are demanding austerity to pay all the interest on these borrowings. Wind farms are highly inefficient and very expensive when compared with coal-fired electricity and they can’t provide base load power like coal power does when everyone comes home in the evenings and turns on stoves, TVs, computers, heaters, air-conditioners, etc. It blows out costs right across the economy especially in farming and industry. Australia is lucky to have massive mining to keep us afloat – for now.

PS: Massive unrest in Spain. Is this how the globalists plan to destabilize and pull down developed nations?  


by Brian Simpson
A bronze sculpture of British Prime Minister Winston Churchill has been in the Oval Office of the White House since the 1960s. When Obama “the man” became el presidentè he had it replaced with a bust of Abraham Lincoln. Mitt Romney vowed to restore the bust. One of Romney’s advisers said that Romney valued the “special relationship” with Britain because of a shared “Anglo Saxon heritage”. When the elites started crying “racist!” Romney, the cultural coward backed away at 100 mph.

The statement, according to the media was “bizarre” and “racist”. It was quickly pointed out that the majority of the US population had not been Anglo Saxon for a long time. You see the open conspiracy is not merely to demographically diminish these people, but genetically destroy them. In fact the agenda now is the end of white America, and white Australia, and whites in the West.

Already articles are appearing discussing “The End of White America?” (Hua Hsu, The Atlantic, January/February 2009). This article points out that demographically white America will end in 2040 or so, but culturally it has already ended. Hsu says that what Pat Buchanan described as a “Third World America”, is “all but inevitable”.

How much more warning do we need? Why should, and why do we wait until all hope is gone? Surely we need to begin now (and we should have begun yesterday) to stop thinking “universal” and to become racialised and tribalised, just like every other group. Do you really think that social credit and Christianity will survive in the Third World future that is awaiting us? Today it has come down to this: there is only one battle and that is to save our kind.  


A Scarborough church (Western Australia) risked a $1 million fine last night by serving its weekly free Sunday meal, after the City of Stirling deemed many of the church's activities were in breach of local planning regulations. Under the planning scheme, Scarborough Baptist Church is allowed to use its land on the corner of Westview Street and Brighton Road as a place of worship and child daycare centre.

In a letter sent on September 18, the council identified activities such as serving dinner at weekly Sunday evening services, craft classes, band practice and preschool dance classes as unapproved use of the land. These activities mean the 65-year-old church risks a $1 million fine and a further $125,000 fine for each day it is found to be in breach of council regulations.The council said it was obliged to investigate after receiving complaints from residents over late-night noise and antisocial behaviour such as urination in public.

Senior pastor Andre van Oudtshoorn said the church had held such activities for years with minimal issues, including the Sunday meal, which often fed the needy. "In the 10 years we've been running the meal, we've twice had an occasion of people who came who were inebriated and we had to ask them to leave," he said. "We have told the City of Stirling we have a protocol that if we find people like that, we call the ranger. "Nobody's ever caused a disturbance as far as we know."

Health and compliance manager Peter Morrison said the council has told the church that it would consider changes to allow many of the activities if the church lodged the necessary applications and showed how it would address neighbourhood concerns. "The church has refused to make any such application," he said. "Any organisation, church or not, needs to make an application to their local government authority to conduct activities on premises. This is State law and the church is not above this law."

However, Pastor van Oudtshoorn said the church took issue with the city having the power to define what was and wasn't a religious activity. "We cannot ask the City of Stirling what is a religious activity - that would just mean becoming an arm of the State," he said. (emphasis added…ed)
Source: Sam Jeremic, The West Australian, 24 September, 2012


“The age of antibiotics is over. It’s history. There are no more patented chemical antibiotics in the pipeline. The drug companies have all but abandoned antibiotics research, leaving humanity to suffer the fate of a wave of drug-resistant bacteria – superbugs – that the drug companies actually helped create.”
Sobering news from Natural, 30 August 2012. The item points out that one chemical, colostin, will kill superbugs but also damages the kidneys. Drug companies are more interested in highly profitable drugs for treating erectile dysfunction than saving sick people in hospitals.

Dr. Margaret Chan, the director general of the World Health Organisation has recently said: “Things as common as strep throat or a child’s scratched knee could once again kill him.” She went on to say that “A post-antibiotic era means, in effect, an end to modern medicine as we know it.”

Mike Adams argues that the death of modern medicine may not be all that bad because of the side effects of its drugs and treatments. He says that superbugs can be controlled by an array of natural cures which are not used because they are not profitable: garlic, colloidal silver, Manuka honey, copper surfaces, vitamin B3, organic extract, are cited. Adams says that in the United States, iatrogenic disease, doctor-caused disease, and mistakes, kills about 783,000 people a year, so the average person is more likely to be killed by modern medicine than a terrorist! He sees hospitals are the places where you are most likely to contract a superbug.

The alternative, according to Adams is to be healthy and don’t give the superbugs a chance. And that’s food for thought for me.  

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