“He can’t be serious” were my first thoughts to the On Line article “A Christian church” by Peter Bowden 22/2/2017.

He writes: “The dictionaries will tell you that the word Christian has two meanings: One is a follower of the Christian Church, the second is having qualities usually associated with Christians, especially those of decency, kindness, and fairness. This is an article about the second type of Christian. Or at least a second type of Christian Church.

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This is what Wallace Klinck thinks of Cory Berardi's latest bulletin of "Common Sense Lives Here:

Cory Bernardi says that his new so-called “Australian Conservatives" Movement is driving “change” in Australia but from his comments in this bulletin it is more than obvious that the “change” of which he speaks is actually more of the same and even an intended intensification of the tragic and misguided policies which have been the mark of Western politicians in the past—policies which have been contaminated by Pharisaism with the consequent continued phased  degradation of Christian Civilization.  Is Cory simply uninformed—or has he caved in to the false Left-Right dialectic fostered by the forces of destruction which from time immemorial have waged relentless war against Christian beliefs--and especially any organic incarnation of them?

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Migration Politics - Mammon Again?

Discussing on Hungarian television the misbehaviour of migrants in Cologne at the end of last year, a former politician and leading economist of Hungary, Dr. László Bogár, attempted to uncover the roots of the problem of the immigrant invasion, still continuing in Europe. Here follows Dr Bogár’s analysis, shortened and adapted:

A Global Power wishes to annihilate all that is humane, all that has dignity. And since the European White Man still possesses too much of this, it wants to annihilate the European White Man.

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I readily admit to spending some time struggling and striving with what psychology professor Jordan B. Peterson presents in his book “Maps of Meaning”, and yes, there is a particular reason for persevering with the task; it is his understanding of how the ancients perceived the world around them – and told their ‘stories’ of what they ‘saw’.

You may ask “Why?”.  The answer is summed up by J.R.R. Tolkien’s female character Galadriel in The Lord of the Rings: “And some things that should not have been forgotten were lost. History became legend. Legend became myth. And for two and a half thousand years, the ring passed out of all knowledge.” 
In my mind, the Ring of Power symbolises the Money Power or Mammon as it was once known as.

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“…and they are in the process of invading the rest of western culture,” warns Professor Jordan B. Peterson of the University of Toronto.

“I am against the use of legislation to determine what words that myself and other people are required to utter.  I don’t believe that other people have the right to determine what language I use, especially when it is backed by legislation, and when the words that are being required are the artificial constructions of people that I regard as radical ideologues whose viewpoint I do not share….”

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"In relation to the fundamental flaw with the financial system which has been carefully identified and addressed by Dr. Heydorn in this article, it is interesting to note that the Bank of International Settlements postulated two theories in its 2015-2016 annual report - secular stagnation and financial bubbles, as explanations for the current malaise.

I think we could argue that these two are actually interrelated: secular stagnation is inevitable since costs rise faster than incomes: financial bubbles are the result of attempting to overcome such stagnation with increased borrowing. In which case, by tackling the first, (through a National Dividend, perhaps along with a Just Price mechanism) we can prevent the second."

Oliver continues:
I also came across this article by Dr. John Hussman which presents his analysis of the causes of US economic stagnation:

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According to the campaign hype in West Australia, if elected Labor will create more jobs and if re-elected Liberals will sell off one of the State’s assets to help pay its financial debts.
The ABC News reports: WA election: Jobs, debt and pumping tunes at Liberals' and Labor's launch events
Talk about political stooges for the Money Power!  Vote for either party and West Australians can expect more of the same – only worse than before as the situation deteriorates.

Oliver Heydorn sent us the following report which is worth reading and digesting.  It seems the real situation is finally sinking in. But first his article:
What's Wrong with the Financial System? A Social Credit Perspective
by M. Oliver Heydorn, February 13, 2017

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Thanks for this latest report, Cory.
Interesting to learn that you have terminated your past political allegiance and decided to pursue a new approach. 
You express concern about the accumulated financial debt burden bearing upon Australian society.  Precisely what do you suggest as a solution to this problem?  Under the existing financial system you will be entirely unable to improve this situation or even to halt the relentless growth of that debt. 

All nations operate essentially under the Keynesian system of debt finance.  This system generates financial costs at an ever greater rate than it distributes effective consumer income.  Under existing rules there is no alternative whatsoever but to incur more debt in a futile attempt to compensate for this growing shortage of effective income.  Because this deficiency increases as industry modernizes, and non-labour costs increase relative to labour costs, the financial problem intensifies with every increase in productive efficiency achieved through increasingly refined real capital enhanced by improving technology.

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The anti-Flynn ‘deep state’ coup – spelling it out in the clearest way possible - The Saker

The following report is from a Russian/American.  We include it because it presents a balance to what is read in the mainstream media.

My sense is that a large number of commentators are misunderstanding the nature of what is going on.  So, this time, rather than writing an analysis, I will spell it out, ‘talking points’ – style and, hopefully, do a better job about making my point.  So, here we go.

THIS IS NOT ABOUT FLYNN.  Let me repeat that once more.  THIS IS NOT ABOUT FLYNN!!!  Please don’t come and tell me that Flynn was wrong on Iran, on Islam or on China.  I agree.  But, THIS IS NOT ABOUT FLYNN!!!

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National Security Advisor to the White House Resigns

Michael Flynn resigned as National Security Advisor to the White House Monday evening. President Trump named Lt. General Joseph Keith Kellogg, Jr. (Ret) as Acting National Security Advisor.
Below is Flynn's resignation letter:

February 13, 2017

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In October of year 2017, the centenary of the completion of this wide brown land’s East-West railway will be celebrated.  There is quite a story to be told in relation to the East-West railway - stretching from the east coast to the west coast of Australia – and how it was built without debt to the people.
In the Preface to the ninth edition of “The Story of the Commonwealth Bank” July 1940 D. J. Amos, F.A.I.S. took us back into the historical background all Australians need to know.
Preface to the Ninth Edition
"The Story of the Commonwealth Bank" was originally delivered as a lecture before the Sturt Electoral Committee, Adelaide, and was first printed in pamphlet form in 1931. It exhibited the usual defect of all lectures, namely, condensation of the subject matter to an extreme degree.
The great and unexpected demand which arose for the pamphlet found me so closely occupied in other work that the second and third editions had to be printed practically unaltered, and I began to be more and more sensible of the need for amplifications and additions. These were accordingly made in the fourth (revised) edition, after which only minor additions, for the sake of clearness, were inserted in subsequent editions until the eighth was called for. It was then found necessary to continue the story up to Australia's entry into the second world war (1939), and also to include in it a short account of the note issue.  In the present (ninth) edition it has been deemed advisable to mention very briefly some important paragraphs in the Report of the Royal Commission on the Australian Monetary and Banking System (appointed in 1935), as this most important report is now either out of print or has been withdrawn from circulation.
It only remains for me to thank the general public for the cordial reception they gave to all "The Commonwealth Stories," and which encouraged me to persevere and complete the series.
ADELAIDE, July, 1940.
D. J. AMOS, F.A.I.S.

More on this matter will be brought to the light as we approach the centenary in October.
Read D.J. Amos’ work here….
[PDF]The Story of the Commonwealth Bank - Australian League of Rights Library
"The Story of the Commonwealth Bank" was originally delivered as a lecture before the Sturt Electoral Committee, Adelaide.