Dastyari. 狗 الكلب سگ - the same in Chinese, Arabic, Persian or English. Dog.

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Letter to The Australian

  The problems for the federal Coalition are not insurmountable.  It just requires Malcolm Turnbull to resign gracefully without necessitating any kind of coup. As another Malcolm in Shakespeare’s Macbeth said: ‘Nothing in his life became him so much as his leaving of it.”  There is heaps of latent talent in the Coalition ranks.  A leader and deputy leader will emerge.  Babette Francis, Toorak, Vic

 Wallace Klinck commented on Babette Francis’ Letter to the Editor in The Australian     Well, I hope that Babette is correct but unless they have a realistic understanding of the financial issue they are automatically doomed to failure—for no good reason whatsoever other than ignorance.  The latent talent may indeed be present but latent talent is of no avail when it is not correctly and effectively activated and deployed.  Babette knows how to get attention by keeping her messages short—but ultimately they must also be effectively targeted.  A PDF is attached for your reference.  The document is relatively short but highly concentrated and deals not only with finance and economics but also especially with how these relate to successful human association.


     Jacqui Lambie bids tearful farewell to Senate after shock British citizenship finding forces her out By Lucy Sweeney, ABC News 14 November 2017

     Jacqui Lambie has made an emotional farewell to the Senate after discovering this morning she is "not as bloody Australian as they come". Key points:

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Gilad Atzmon’s Thoughts on Balfour’s ‘Declaration’

The Balfour Declaration - One Hundred Years of (Goyim) Solitude November 08, 2017   Gilad Atzmon A talk given at Keep Talking gathering in London,  7 November 2017 By Gilad Atzmon

     In Heidegger and the Jews,  the French philosopher Jean-Francois Lyotard points out that history claims to narrate the past but, in practice, what it does is conceal our collective shame.  The Americans conceal slavery and imperial genocidal aggression, the Brits conceal their colonial blunders, the Jews turn their eyes away from anything that may have contributed to turning  Jewish history into an extended shoah.  The real historian, claims Lyotard, is there to unveil the shame.  This week marks 100 years since the Balfour declaration and today I will try to touch upon your shame, my shame, our shame.  We will try to figure out what the history of the so-called  Balfour ‘Declaration’ is there to conceal.

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     In one of his papers C.H. Douglas wrote of written history as being five percent fact and ninety five percent opinion.  I was reminded of this observation whilst reading of the reports about the Balfour Declaration, the Battle of Beersheba, the establishment of the state of Israel and the on-going plight of the Palestinians.

The Balfour Declaration      A public statement issued by the British government during World War I announcing support for the establishment of a “national home for the Jewish people” in Palestine.     On November 2, 1917, Foreign Secretary Arthur James Balfour writes a letter to Britain’s most illustrious Jewish citizen, Baron Lionel Walter Rothschild, expressing the British government’s support for a Jewish homeland in Palestine.

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Internet Censorship

Wallace Klinck writes:

     Not surprised—especially after watching the U.S. hearings earlier today.  They are challenged to effect censorship without revealing it to the general public and I am sure will use any subterfuge which they think they can get away with.  I am much afraid that the Internet is in process of being “scrubbed”.  A criminal tragedy.     Read further here:

Another politician’s eligibility ‘under a cloud’

     A week ago the High Court handed down its ruling on the status of certain politicians and their dual citizenship - and since then another has been placed in doubt. This time it is a Tasmanian Liberal.  It all began when a West Australian lawyer set ‘the wheels in motion’.  (Tom Rabe, AAP October 28, 2017)

Man behind citizenship scandal speaks out

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Adani: DFAT facing questions over possible secret requests for foreign cash to fund controversial mine     Exclusive by the National Reporting Team’s Alexandra Blucher and Mark Willacy

     Key federal crossbenchers will today grill senior government bureaucrats about possible secret approaches to foreign agencies for financial support for Adani’s controversial Carmichael coal mine. Key points:

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Clinton, Assange and the war on truth     By John Pilger Posted Monday, 23 October 2017     On 16 October, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation aired an interview with Hillary Clinton: one of many to promote her score-settling book about why she was not elected President of the United States.

     Wading through the Clinton book, What Happened, is an unpleasant experience, like a stomach upset. Smears and tears. Threats and enemies. “They” (voters) were brainwashed and herded against her by the odious Donald Trump in cahoots with sinister Slavs sent from the great darkness known as Russia, assisted by an Australian “nihilist”, Julian Assange.

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Steve Bannon calls George W. Bush Presidency the most “destructive” in history

     Steve Bannon  has launched a scathing attack on George W Bush, calling his presidency the most “destructive” in history.      The former White House adviser made the remarks following Mr Bush’s speech in New York earlier this week, in which he denounced bigotry in Trump-era American politics and warned that the rise of “nativism” had clouded the nation’s true identity.     Mr Bannon told the California Republican Party convention Mr Bush had embarrassed himself and did not know what he was talking about.     Read further here....

Investigation: Barnaby’s gas bonanza and the pervading influence of the gas lobby

Posted by Sandi Keane  | Oct 10, 2017 | Energy, Government

     Gas companies weigh a heavy influence over Australia’s political leadership. As the horror show over high gas prices unfolds, Big Gas Con whistleblower and analyst, Simone Marsh, reports on National Party donations, the gas lobby, the “revolving doors” between industry and politics, and Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce and his land parcel at Narrabri where Santos is planning to drill. This is the first of a two-part series.

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Bishop Richard Williamson, Eleison Comments, 14 October 2017 :Source:

     When people suffer, then it is they learn.
 Here’s why the West will have to crash and burn!

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Nenshi can’t hide behind outsider status; Calgary mayor now represents establishment

National Post (2017-10-13) Canada Calgary Mayor Naheed Nenshi came to power as a reformer, but has done very little achieving, writes Jen Gerson:

Lauded abroad and beloved across the country, Calgary’s mayor Naheed Nenshi is facing the unthinkable: he may be about to lose an election. At first Calgary’s Oct. 16 municipal election promised to be a predictable affair, with the guy once proclaimed Canada’s most popular mayor facing off against an unpromising slate of low-profile challengers. Yet several Mainstreet Research poll have shown mayoral contender Bill Smith with a double-digit lead. And while some have questioned the polls’ methodology, there is evidence to suggest that this race is far tighter than anyone anticipated, least of all Nenshi.

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The Subsidy that Flows Whatever the Weather

Guest essay by Eric WorrallRef:     Power prices in the Australian Renewable Energy Paradise of South Australia have driven 102,000 South Australians to beg for help from food charities, according to a major South Australian Newspaper.

More than 102,000 South Australians seeking food donations, forced to skip meals to pay bills by Liz Walsh, Sheradyn Holderhead, The Advertiser October 15, 2017 11:31pm

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National Post (2017-10-07)Deliverology, where are thy successes?Source:

     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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     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.

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     The following material is from Canadian Wallace Klinck.  I have no doubt Australians will also see such performances as various State and Federal elections fall due.

     On Sep 17, 2017, at 11:52 AM, Canada’s New Democrats <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.> wrote:Wallace,The Leadership Showcase in Hamilton is about to start. Join us as New Democrats from across Canada watch Charlie Angus, Niki Ashton, Guy Caron, and Jagmeet Singh tell us why they should be the next leader of our party. Stream the event here: a part of the discussion – follow us on Twitter at @NDP and use the hashtag #NDPLDR for a fun little surprise!Thanks,  Canada’s New Democrats

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Qld LNP/ALP joined forces to stop farmers from having guns by cairnsnews

     THE LNP and the ALP have once again teamed up to defeat a common sense measure put forward by the Katter’s Australia Party; this time in relation to primary producers who need to use handguns for their work. The Motion, which called for the parliament to support the rights of Primary Producers to own handguns, was voted down by the Government and LNP.

“The Government has continued its attack on regional Queensland and the LNP has supported them. These city based politicians really have no understanding of what life is like west of Ipswich”, Mount Isa MP Robbie Katter said.

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Taxpayers give $300m to Saudi billionaire for solar plant that makes 2% of old dying coal plant’s power: From Jo Nova’s website:     It will only take 50 plants like this, and $15 billion spare dollars, to replace the Liddell coal station (8,000GWh), now slated for closure in 2022.$300m handout to Saudi tycoon for solar farm:

     Australians are set to pay $300 million in subsidies to an outback solar farm owned by a Saudi Arabian billionaire in a new test of the federal government’s looming energy reforms, escalating a dispute over whether to cut the handouts to keep coal-fired power stations alive.AGL’s controversial Liddell coal power station in the NSW Hunter Valley generates 50 times as much electricity as the Moree solar farm in the state’s north, which stands to gain big subsidies from households from higher electricity bills until 2030…But we need more chinese-built glass panels that make green weather-controlling electrons.Lucky solar power is so competitive. Look at the money roll…

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