Same-sex ‘marriage’ is causing a schism among Catholics in Australia

     Many Australians, including Bishops, do not appear to be aware that while Christians are being bullied and punished now for opposing SSM, it will be immeasurably worse if this legislation is passed. This is our last opportunity to save our freedom of religion! The heterosexual nature of marriage is not only a religious concept, but has been accepted for millennia in all cultures, secular and religious alike. It is simply a matter of biology and human reason.

     Many homosexuals oppose the “gay lobby” and support the rights of children to know and be loved by their own natural parents: https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/homosexual-activists-aim-to-destroy-the-family-impose-totalitarianism-gay-p     The silence and timid platitudes apparent in the Church is a matter of grave concern for Australian Catholics, and Christians generally.

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Greens Have a Fat Carbon Footprint

Guest essay by Eric Worrall     Willie Soon – a group of Cambridge Conservation Scientists have discovered that greens enjoy the same carbon belching perks as the rest of us, and rarely purchase carbon offsets or make other personal sacrifices such as reducing meat consumption.

     Conservationists take nine flights a year, despite knowing danger to environment, study shows Sarah Knapton http://www.telegraph.co.uk/authors/sarah-knapton/, science editor, 10 OCTOBER 2017 • 5:52PM

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THEY NOT ONLY INFEST CANADA

National Post (2017-10-07)Deliverology, where are thy successes?Source:  https://nationalpost.com/opinion/rex-murphy-deliverology-where-are-thy-successes

     An utterly unreliable source, nowhere close to the prime minister and his inner circle, who wishes to remain anonymous, and in whom I have hardly any trust whatsoever, tells me the Trudeau government may be seeking a refund from their Deliverology Guru.*

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A CANDIDATE FOR THE AMERICAN SENATE MAKES APPEAL FOR HELP

Wallace,      Times were tough when I was a kid. I was in elementary school when my dad lost his job. Then my parents got divorced. My mom struggled to take care of us kids on her own. For three years, we lived in an abandoned gas station without running water or electricity. Sometimes we didn’t have enough food to eat, but we got by thanks to help from family, church, and even the government.

     Those were tough times, but I knew it could be different. I never thought being homeless was going to stop me from being who I wanted to be. My parents taught me that if you work really hard, you can make it. I worked really hard, but I still needed a little help. When I went off to college, I knew I wanted to help other people get their shot at the American dream, because that dream came true for me.

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CANADA: REGIONAL and/or NATIONAL INSURRECTION Wallace M. Klinck

Dear Prof. Tombe,     Please note that the following post was made today to the Montreal Gazette:Why the time is ripe for a conservative Alberta premier to shake up Confederationhttp://montrealgazette.com/news/politics/why-the-time-is-ripe-for-a-conservative-alberta-premier-to-shake-up-confederation/wcm/1e1d34ec-c614-4451-8eca-ea4b351ab919

     “Equalization payments are a mechanism whereby the increasingly inadequate national financial income is shared sufficiently to provide the financial powers adequate assurance that they will not become the target of regional and/or national insurrection. Social welfare financed by taxation falls into this category. It removes pressure from an essentially corrupt, exploitative and dysfunctional financial system by ensuring that the relatively few crumbs which are allowed society are sufficiently spread to prevent outright rampant deprivation and starvation with ensuing open rebellion. State encouraged ‘charity’ (voluntary ‘taxation’) serves a similar function.

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A LITTLE HISTORY TO REMIND AUSTRALIANS ...

     Many articles are now appearing lamenting ‘the suicide’ of Western Christendom and people are mystified as to how it came about so suddenly.  Not so.  The white-ants started the process many years ago...

LOOKING BACKWARDS AND FORWARDby Eric D. Butler, 18 January 1974.https://alor.org/Volume10/Vol10No1.htm

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UN Admits It Can’t Link Global Warming To The Spike In World Hunger, Then Does It Anyway

Source:  Watts Up With That? by charles the moderator 22/9/2017https://wattsupwiththat.com/2017/09/23/un-admits-it-cant-link-global-warming-to-the-spike-in-world-hunger-then-does-it-anyway/

     “A United Nations report admits it’s “impossible” to link man-made global warming to a jump in world hunger statistics, but then goes ahead and does make that link anyway. The new U.N. report estimated global warming helped increase the number of people around the world suffering […]

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WALLACE KLINCK AND SKY NEWS REPORT

Universal basic income may counter automationPublished: 3:23 pm, Sunday, 24 September 2017http://www.skynews.com.au/tech/2017/09/24/universal-basic-income-may-counter-automation.html     Losing your job to a robot might not necessarily be all doom and gloom if governments revolutionise the way we can earn a crust.That’s the hope of social policy academic Professor Greg Marston, who wants Australia to join other nations in debating the merits of introducing a universal basic income to help with an expected surge in unemployment that the rise of robots may bring.

     The University of Queensland academic and other proponents of the UBI, including Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and Tesla’s Elon Musk, argue governments need policies that provide an economic floor for people who lose their jobs or are forced to work fewer hours as a result of greater automation.Governments would pay all adults a basic salary of about $20,000 to cover their basic bills, but there would be no requirement to work.

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Prominent doctor and vaccine researcher says we are almost a medical police state


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What’s changed in Britain since same-sex marriage? - David Sergeant

https://www.spectator.com.au/2017/09/whats-changed-in-britain-since-same-sex-marriage/     Four years ago, amid much uncertainty, 400 British members of parliament voted to redefine marriage in the United Kingdom.  Then prime minister David Cameron announced that, despite having made no mention of the issue in his party’s pre-election manifesto, it would be MP’s who decided the fate of marriage.  Now, it’s Australia’s turn to choose. There’s one key difference. Unlike in Britain, it will be the people who decide.

     Everyone agrees, whether they admit it or not. This is a decision of enormous significance.  Therefore, it seems sensible to analyse the consequences of the potential change, within nations in which redefinition has previously been carried out. 

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Same Sex Marriage debate - reply from Wallace Klinck

http://www.abc.net.au/news/programs/national-press-club/2017-09-13/national-press-club:-same-sex-marriage/8941880

Hello Lou,    Many thanks—this link brings up and plays the Press Club event immediately and I am grateful for the opportunity to view the discussion.  I think that Lyle Shelton and Karina Okotel conducted themselves with dignity and respectfully presented, with honesty, a number of entirely valid comments.  Of course, in final analysis no popular plebiscite, referendum or election will or can establish the rightness or wrongness of homosexuality, per se, in terms of Natural or Divine Law because that is something inherent in the laws of the Universe, which man did not create.  

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Cory Bernardi - Common Sense Lives Here

       It's been a chaotic couple of days in the Senate and there's no sign of that changing this week!The usual argy-bargy over procedure and process continues but it is the legislative agenda that is worthy of comment.

     Specifically there are two bills that have failed the common sense test. The first of these is about 'protections' to make hurt feelings an offence during the debate on redefining marriage. This was rushed into the senate this morning and within hours passed with little critical examination - but with plenty of emotional and self-serving stories over how nasty the debate has been.Unlike most, I chose to question the government over some contents of the bill and frankly wasn’t satisfied with the answers.Firstly, it overturns the people's right to access the legal system by requiring their complaint to be first approved by the Attorney-General, who coincidentally is a cheerleader for the rainbow brigade.

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So heroic Iceland in dealing a blow to the “Bankers” appears not to be so noble after all

http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-41280080

So heroic Iceland in dealing a blow to the “Bankers” appears not to be so noble after all!

Welcome to 1984: Big Brother Google Now Watching Your Every Political Move By Robert Bridge

     RT News, September 12, 2017  https://www.rt.com/op-edge/402588-google-eric-schmidt-republicans/

     Google has taken the unprecedented step of burying material, mostly from websites on the political right, that it has deemed to be inappropriate. The problem, however, is that the world’s largest search engine is a left-leaning company with an axe to grind.Let’s face it, deep down in our heart of hearts we knew the honeymoon wouldn’t last forever. Our willingness to place eternal faith in an earth-straddling company that oversees the largest collection of information ever assembled was doomed to end in a bitter divorce from the start. After all, each corporation, just like humans, has their own political proclivities, and Google is certainly no exception. But we aren’t talking about your average car company here.

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“Dissident Dispatches” by Andrew Fraser


BOOK REVIEW:  The Occidental Observer: “Dissident Dispatches” by Andrew Fraser:  London: Arktos, 2017

     “Andrew Fraser was for most of his career a professor of law at Macquarie University in Sydney. He was catapulted to prominence in July, 2005, by a letter to a local newspaper warning against the importation of Sudanese refugees into Australia: “Experience everywhere in the world shows us that an expanding black population is a sure-fire recipe for increases in crime, violence and other social problems.” The controversy surrounding the letter resulted in his departure from Macquarie.

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Australian Bureau of Meteorology Mucks-up by Dr Jennifer Marohasy Researcher & Writer

Keeping You in the Loop     There is evidence to suggest that the last 20 years of temperature readings taken by the Australian Bureau of Meteorology, from hundreds of automatic weather stations spread across Australia, may be invalid. Why?  Because they have not been recorded consistent with calibration.

     Somewhat desperate to prove me wrong, late yesterday the Bureau issued a ‘Fast Facts’ that really just confirms the institution has mucked-up.   You can read my line-by-line response to this document here: http://jennifermarohasy.com/2017/09/bureau-management-rewrites-rules/

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Why Capitalism Creates Pointless Jobs By David Graeber


     It’s as if someone were out there making up pointless jobs just for the sake of keeping us all working.

     In the year 1930, John Maynard Keynes predicted that technology would have advanced sufficiently by century’s end that countries like Great Britain or the United States would achieve a 15-hour work week. There’s every reason to believe he was right. In technological terms, we are quite capable of this. And yet it didn’t happen. Instead, technology has been marshaled, if anything, to figure out ways to make us all work more. In order to achieve this, jobs have had to be created that are, effectively, pointless.

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HOW ‘NOISE’ CREATES HISTORICAL ‘WARMING TRENDS’ – JO NOVA

      “Instrument errors, noise, may account for a quarter to one half of our national warming trend in the last century".

     When the newspapers run a headline with Sydney hits, say, 44.4 degrees and that number gets engraved in history, who realizes that the extreme heat may have only lasted one second? You might think the maximum temperatures were above 44 for at least ten minutes, but the BOM will write it into the record books even if that heat lasts one second, and if the temperature a minute before was more than a whole degree cooler.

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A LITTLE BIT OF HISTORY AS RECOUNTED BY C. H. DOUGLAS in 1945

     “Frederick II of Prussia ascended the Throne in 1740.  He has fortunately left voluminous writings of which Political Testament of Frederick II ("the Great") (1752) is possibly the most important.  The language and sentiments of this work bear in many ways a striking resemblance to those of the so-called Protocols of Zion, and strengthen the belief that the source of the policy of both of them is Masonic.  Anarcharsis Clootz,** who called himself “the personal enemy of Jesus Christ,” was a close associate of Frederick, and was a high Freemason.

     The philosophy of Frederick, if it can be so described, is not in doubt.  He remarks:

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THE SOCIALIST PHENOMENON

https://thecross-roads.org/the-socialist-phenomenon Experiments in Co-Habitation      While some of these characteristics are certainly familiar enough from the example of Communism, others are lesser known. In the earliest days of the Soviet state, various experiments in cohabitation by men and women were permitted on the grounds that the family was a `bourgeois’ institution that should be superseded and allowed to die out. For a time at least, childbearing out of wedlock was encouraged on the grounds that children could be better brought-up in state-run institutions while mothers worked. These experiments so disordered a society already reeling under forcible collectivization, the imprisonment and mass-murder of ‘suspect’ classes, and economic collapse; that the Bolsheviks soon abandoned them.

     Far from being innovative, the origins of these ideas go back at least as far as Plato, and recur frequently throughout the history of utopian Socialism, as Shafarevich abundantly and cogently illustrates with examples drawn from a number of cultures widely separated in time and space.

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