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16 November 2012 Thought for the Week:
"Two major events have paved the way for [major] election manipulation: the mass adoption of computerized voting technology, and the outsourcing of our elections to a handful of corporations that operate in the shadows, with little oversight or accountability.
- - Harper's Magazine article on elections corruption by Victoria Collier, 10/26/2012
Corrupt Technological Age: “Fellow Reckoner, (The Daily Reckoning)
- - Joe Schriefer, Publisher, Agora Financial
Political intelligence expert, Robert Williams, calls the race for the Presidency a virtual “dead heat.” Williams, who made news last month for releasing the shocking details of his investigation into the private affairs of our nation’s most prolific lawmakers, now has bigger concerns... Some early voters in North Carolina cast their ballots for Romney, but... They claimed that the electronic voting machine logged their pick as Obama. Likewise, for a handful of early voters in Ohio.
Unconfirmed chatter from other locations suggests that machines are rigged in Romney’s favour… Once you witness the extraordinary pattern of corruption firsthand, you’ll appreciate how dangerous the situation is... A link to the investigation is here...
- - Kelly Seifert, Press Secretary, Wall Street Daily
IN THIS CORRUPT TECHNOLOGICAL AGE
by Betty Luks
Over the last 80 years, the United States of America has shown itself to be the most productive nation in recorded history – and yet it has continually had a section of its people living in poverty.
What Gore Vidal said about American politics applies to most countries in this corrupt age, certainly including Australia.
The world seems to be tottering on the edge of a precipice. No, not the earth, not the global sphere upon which we humans precariously live and move and have our being, but the organised systems and institutions man has devised and built up over the centuries in order to govern the peoples who live within the organised whole.
There are natural laws and there are moral laws, but we don’t hear much, if anything, about the moral laws these days, but they are just as absolute as are the natural laws and the chaos we see all round us are the ‘fruits’, the results, of ignoring those laws.
The late social crediter Victor Bridger wrote:
What is ‘Democracy’ according to social credit teaching? You know the word gentle reader - that never defined word the demagogues like to use, “democracy” - which easily rolls off the tongues of western politicians but has a hollow ring to it.
And that is the nub, it is a policy! Social Credit will not be understood without a good grasp of the philosophical foundation. Social Credit itself is not a philosophy - it is a policy. In his early Social Dynamics Training Course, Eric D. Butler cautioned eager students not to race ahead, but get a firm grasp of the foundational principles upon which the proposals being presented were based. To reinforce the point he quoted C.H. Douglas:
What did Douglas and Butler conceive that many find so hard to grasp? First, Social Credit proposals stem from the Christian philosophy. Is that important? Yes. Why? Christianity teaches it is at the individual, personal level, that God deals with each and every one of us.
Faith, the Proof of the Unseen: Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen Hebrews 11:1.
“Upon that turns the life of every man,” observed the 19th century clergyman and author George MacDonald. In “Faith: the Proof of the Unseen” he wrote:
This thing of faith means the whole recognized fellowship of man to God and his fellows; it is the right position of the human soul which is made to understand the truth - the right position of that soul towards the truth; that is faith, partly taking it in its simplest, original development, it is the highest effort of the whole human intellect, imagination, will, in the highest direction…”
Let 's ask ourselves: what do we want, what do ‘we the people’ want from the society, the human association, in which we all live and move and have our being?
What is an economic system for? Surely production and goods and services are to give people a choice as to the ends they individually choose. This is the vision towards which the Social Credit policies aim. That is FAITH: it is the doing and being of life.
SOLAR POWER AND SOARING SKY-HIGH POWER BILLS
by Betty Luks
The Government is investigating ways to reduce network costs - the price of moving electricity from the power generators to people's homes - which account for about 50 per cent of all electricity prices.
- - https://www.couriermail.com.au/news/queensland/energy-minister-mark-mcardle-announces-changes-to-solar-bonus-scheme-despite-election-promise-to-maintain-it/story-e6freoof-1226408292697
Wait a minute, wait a minute!!!
Could it be that the real purpose of the national grid system, smart meters, currency-energy cards, etc., really have nothing to do with ‘’greenhouse gases’, ‘saving energy’, ad nuseum, but have all to do with locking us all into the ‘brave new world’ of George Orwell’s “Nineteen Eighty Four”.
THE ASIAN CENTURY? MORE LIKE THE ASIAN 15-MINUTES OF FAME!
by James Reed
Asian languages are hard to learn from scratch and most European kids will forget in six months after year 12 all they have learnt. Even with European languages kids forget them fast. Add to this that the Asian language and university goals will cost at least an extra $10 billion a year, with $100 million extra per year merely to double the number of students studying an Asian language. (The Australian 30 October, 2012, p.1)
Surprisingly enough, the White paper is very shy about actual funding commitments to the Asian language programme. Gillard at a press conference said that it would all be done by using the internet, the National Broadband Network. Good luck with that one. Kiddies, that is the ones I taught, will probably try to look at internet porn!
I have not discussed the financial/economic rhetoric of the White Paper because we review these arguments every week in these pages. It is all just more of the same : Asia will have a middle class with lots of loot, please spend it here. One more global financial/economic crisis and it will all be washed away. There are even a few comments in the press from ‘Their Side’ of politics saying that the vision of Asia in the White Paper is “too optimistic” and ignores the danger raised by the 2009 Defence White Paper. Defence spending has been cut and is now proportionately as low as it was in 1938, primarily because, I suppose, Australia has already surrendered.
MISPRISON OF FELONY vs SEXISM: SEXISM WINS!
by Ian Wilson LL.B.
Gillard responded to Bishop by saying that she had done no wrong and stood by her August 23, 2012 press conference. But Bishop’s new evidence shows that there are matters not dealt with at that conference, namely the signed power of attorney. Where is all of this leading? As Bishop said: the relevant law involved in the registration of an association “specifically precluded the registration of an association for the purpose of providing personal profit or benefit to individuals”. (The Australian 30 October 2012, p.13)
As well, the law through the notion of misprison of felony, requires that people who are aware of the commission of a serious crime, report it. Legal professional privilege is not defence. So there are two possible offences here: the specific WA registration offence and misprison of felony. Is there good evidence?
Bishop’s new piece of evidence does not of itself prove either offence but it is highly suggestive evidence, and if further evidence comes up, it could prove highly relevant. But meanwhile the Labor Party chungs away at politically correct causes of the week: sexism one news cycle, then the Asian Century, and who knows what next, as bread and circuses are fed to the asses-masses.
MURKY DERIVATIVES SCAMS COMING BEFORE THE COURTS IN OZ
"Standard & Poor's misled investors, Australian court says" Business Section BBC News November 2012
The ruling is the first of its kind on a rating agency's liability for investors' losses. Federal Court Justice Jayne Jagot said that S&P was "misleading and deceptive" in its rating of two structured debt issues in 2006, which she described as "grotesquely complicated".
IMF Australia, a company listed on the Australian Stock Exchange which funds legal claims, said the ruling was "likely to have global implications and be felt hardest in Europe and the US, where similar products were sold to banks and pension funds". The firm said this could pave the way for investors in Europe to recover significant losses from both S&P and ABN Amro, which is now owned by Royal Bank of Scotland. It estimates that 2bn euros ($2.6bn; £1.6bn) of the same sort of financial products, called CPDOs or constant proportion debt obligations, were sold in Europe.
"Today's court ruling will enable the councils to recover a significant proportion of their losses that will now be available to provide services for their communities," said IMF Australia director John Walker. "It is welcome news and a relief for the tens of thousands of Australians who make up these local communities as they rely on the range of services provided by their local council."
On Target has reported on this scam a number of times. Another Ponzi Scheme Lurking in the Shadows?
Patent No. 6904336 was approved by the U.S. Patent and Trade Office on Nov. 7, 2006 -- the day after Democrats took control of Congress.
Former Sen. John Sununu, R-N.H., criticized the award at the time, pointing out that it had "nothing to do with Fannie Mae's charter, nothing to do with making mortgages more affordable." It wasn't about mortgages. It was about greenbacks.
THE GREAT CALWELL MYTH
by Peter Ewer
That line of thought is popular with conservative Mediterranean’s and Eastern Europeans who Calwell admitted en masse into the country. As an Irish Catholic socialist he had a dislike of the WASP culture he existed in and responded to change it. he also, apparently supported some version of race hate legislation long before it was brought in by the Keating government.
The year's annual Basic Fund has been set the same as last year, a modest $60,000.
The inaugural meeting was well over 60 years ago and now we are planning still further projects for the promotion,
development and defence of our Christian-Social-Credit heritage and culture which is under constant attack.
The early figure for the Basic Fund is $6,642.05. Thank you for such a great start. — National Director
DO IT YOURSELF ACTION KIT: NOW IS THE TIME – TO TAKE ACTION!
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