THE PYNE/TURNBULL BETRAYAL OF CONSERVATIVE VALUES

I have simply changed certain words in the following article from those of Ivor Benson’s where he explained former PM Ian Smith’s betrayal of his Rhodesian people and nation. Benson asked the question:

How else are we to explain the dazed incomprehension with which the rank and file members of the Liberal Party, even members of parliament, even cabinet ministers, looked on as one by one all those ‘evil geniuses’, genuine opponents of the socialist world revolution, were defamed, tricked, driven out of the party, or in some other way deprived of any influence?

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The Futility of Environmental Sentiment By William Waite

Ref: http://www.socialcredit.com.au/social-credit-angles/entry/82-the-futility-of-environmental-sentiment     This weekend gone I was happy to sign a petition objecting to the Adani development in the Galilee basin, Queensland. The information given me at my local farmers market accurately reported on a number of concerns relevant to the Adani project.  At the heart of the protest lay the concern about the environmental impacts of the mine. The commitment of those involved in these campaigns is admirable, and I sense that the public is increasingly receptive to environmental issues. However, in my view the strategy of the environmental movement is critically incomplete.

     In 1918 a Scottish Engineer named Clifford Hugh Douglas wrote an article called The Delusion of Super Production1 for The English Review. In it he lay out a problem he had discovered with the functioning of the economic system.Having investigated more than a hundred companies he found that production costs always exceeded the money made available to workers, except in businesses going broke.

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WHY THE BUSH CAN NO LONGER GIVE ITS VOTE TO THE LNP

A brilliant letter posted on Dr David Pascoe BVSc PhD OVH Repro Facebook page, 29 June 2017:  by Ben RankinRef: https://www.facebook.com/OVHRepro/posts/1013300165464527

The Newman/Frecklington 2012 campaign was based on the NO Stage 3, Vote LNP rhetoric. Let’s not forget NH (New Hope) listed the mine for sale until Newman’s lot received the large donations. Within months of being elected, Frecklington along with the huge majority over Labor that LNP had, approved the expansion, claimed the reduced area and Farmers are using the Mine for off farm employment.

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So, You Want to Clean up the World — Can You Even Clean Your Room? How Jordan B. Peterson Is Bringing Order out of Chaos



Ref: http://russia-insider.com/en/politics/so-you-want-clean-world-can-you-even-clean-your-room-how-jordan-b-peterson-bringing-order

     By tapping into people’s need for order and desire to understand deeper concepts, Professor Jordan B. Peterson is helping the right and left to start understanding one another.

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A Force for Good Philip Benwell National Chair Australian Monarchist League

     The comments in an interview given recently by Prince Harry to the American magazine Newsweek in which he stated that: “the heavy burden which comes with the throne isn’t something anyone aspired to” are being broadcast - and often misinterpreted - on Australian television and other media.       In many ways, Prince Harry is quite correct. To be monarch is an awesome burden. Not only does one have to be on call 24 hours each day, read through State papers, meet with ministers to be consulted and to advise, attend various events and functions almost every day but also, worse, the monarch and heirs are in the public spotlight continuously.

     The Queen has carried on her duties for over 65 years immaculately. Even though the 24/7 news cycle occurred only more recently during her reign, Her Majesty has taken it all on board and has unflinchingly continued to serve the people.     Service and duty is today what the monarchy is all about. As Prince Harry said in his interview “Despite the challenges that come with it” the monarchy was “a force for good”.     Australia’s system of constitutional monarchy has upheld our democracy for well over a hundred years during which time so many countries became republics and then dictatorships.

THE EVIL SHADOW…. THE WOMAN

The following story of the corrupted use of a nation’s money system by Peter Lock is a good example of the ancient art of story telling.

THE GREAT HARLOT… PORTRAYS POWER WITHOUT RESPONSIBILITY A paraphrase and interpretation of Chapters 1 7, 18 and 19 of the last book of the Bible, known in its English translations as The Book of Revelation or The Revelation of St. John the Divine.

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THOSE THINGS THAT WERE FORGOTTEN… AND LOST! by Betty Luks

     Jordan B. Peterson has done the People of the West a great service, probably greater than even he realises as the number viewing his Youtube DVDs, keeps rising.  His lectures revealing his understanding of how the world really works struck many chords with me.

     Peterson deals with the personality and subconsciousness of the individual and refers back to one of the earlier psychologists Carl Gustave Jung and his research into that realm.  He explains that what modern man sees as just books on Magic, that is the old stories and fables of fairy princesses and dragons and brave princes, would be in modern man’s vocabulary, “treatises on the psychology of the subconscious”.

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Open Letter to Qantas Board Members

To the Qantas Board, Open Letter

     Dear Board Members,  As a Platinum Frequent Flyer with Qantas and 40 years patronage, I amdisappointed with Alan Joyce’s brazen support of SSM; like most frequentflyers, I am not interested in your CEO’s opinion on any social issues.On a plane I am only interested in safety, service and scheduling.

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Peterson looking in fighting form


Jordan Peterson is really going ballistic in a war against against modern “academia.”  His output and outreach is becoming quite prolific.  Could this be the beginning of a general rebellion?  He just needs to discover Social Credit as a Third Resolvent Factor.

WE NEED TO FACE THE FACTS – NOT UNREALISTIC IDEOLOGIES

“Demand enough renewables and you might as well ban coal” cautions science writer Joanne Nova. Source http://joannenova.com.au/16 June 2017       There’s a lesson Australia needs to learn from South Australia. When intermittent renewables reach a certain percentage of daily average supply they make baseload power unfeasible. The situation develops into an impossible dead end that can only be solved with container-ships of cash.

     The intermittent supply of wind and solar is the immoveable problem. It eats into the daily chart of the cheapest stable electricity supply — which is coal fired. Coal can’t be ramped in and out in minutes. It is a creature that runs best non-stop, efficiently, smoothly, at a high capacity factor (meaning it works best when it is producing around 90% of it’s design limit continuously).

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DOUGLAS REED: REDISCOVERED in 1976

Foreword by Ivor Benson “The world is governed by very different personages to what is imagined by those who are not behind the scenes”  - -  “Coningsby”, or The New Generation, an English political novel by Benjamin Disraeli, 1844.

     In 1951 world-travelled journalist and author, Douglas Reed, had his book “Far and Wide”, published.  It is a record of his travels in the United States occupying most of the year 1949.  In 1976 Part Two of “Far and Wide" was republished under the title of “Douglas Reed Rediscovered: Behind the Scene”.

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MORE ON CANADA’S ‘SECRET AGENTS OF MOSCOW’

     The following short report appeared in The New Times, November 22, 1946: In his journal, “Tidings,” Mr. Douglas Reed, the famous British publicist, gives avery brief summary of some of the ‘leading features of the Final Report of the CanadianRoyal Commission. Mr. Reed says:

‘The Report goes deeply into the collaboration of Canadian subjects, describes in detail the methods by which they were recruited and trained, and names nine leading persons . . . who will have to answer charges of treason in the Russian interest.  Three of the nine worked in the espionage-recruitment bureau, then passport forgery office, and the general information service.(All nine belonged to the Canadian Communist Party; an unfavourable impression hasbeen made on the Canadian public by the fact that seven of them and twelve of thefifteen previously arrested are Jewish.)

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THERESA MAY’S KATRINA MOMENT

     The headlines read:  “Grenfell Tower is Theresa May’s Katrina moment”  “Natural and man-made disasters have frequently been the last nail in the coffin of governments that were already tottering,” so wrote Patrick Cockburn in the Independent 18 June 2017.

     “It is a dangerous moment for any government when the public suspects that it is incapable of preventing a great disaster like the Grenfell Tower fire.  Angry people see the state as failing in its basic duty to keep them safe.  Politicians in power, in such circumstances, are embarrassingly keen to show that there is a firm hand on the tiller, calmly coping with a crisis for which they are not to blame.  Above all else, they need to dissuade people from imagining that a calamity is a symptom that something is rotten in the state of Britain.

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THE GAME OF MATES


Source:  https://www.michaelwest.com.au/epic-wealth-creation-and-the-game-of-mates/     Professor Paul Frijters and Dr Cameron Murray, in their book “The Game of Mates” have pulled back the curtain to expose ‘the game of mates’ who dominate our business world and the political parties, whilst skimming off $ billions from Australia’s economy – all legal if not ethical.

Journalist Michael West writes:     “There is one class of people in Australia which transcends political parties, dominates the business world and is the key to getting rich. That is, mates. Working hard is good, watching Anthony Robins tapes might help, but if you really want to get ahead, say Dr Cameron Murray and Professor Paul Frijters in their new book, ‘Game of Mates’, find yourself some good old mates. This is a tale of feather-nesting mates who skim billions from Australia’s economy to line their own pockets. Whether it’s property, mining, infrastructure or banking, the mates have their snouts firmly in it, helping themselves to a large chunk of Australia’s economic pie.

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TRULY REPRESENTATIVE GOVERNMENT By Wallace Klinck, Canada

     No sovereign state is obligated in any way whatsoever to accept a flood of foreign peoples into its formal territory. The European people, including Britain, were seduced into a fatal surrender of their independence in joining a monstrous centralized power organization designed to strip them of their unique cultures and independent destinies. This unholy enterprise is the brainchild of megalomaniac internationalists who for objectives of centralizing both political and economic power, under the guise of a dangerous, sedulous and deceptive idealism which is intolerant of variation or differentiation and conceives a static and enforced unity as the preferred order of civilization. The fundamentally dishonest nature of these globalist power-mongers was evident in their original attempts to “sell” the European Union as a mere economic union based upon so-called free trade. In reality the price has been the progressive and rapid loss of national and cultural and independence--and individual freedom. The European Union was a malevolent scam from the time of its conception. The punitive and extortionate penalties which it imposes upon any nation not acceding to its dictates should be sufficient warning to any intelligent individual as to the ultimate tyranny under which people would live if this monstrous entity should be allowed to continue its exercise of illegitimate and unnatural power over nations.

     The dynamic which lies behind this centralizing movement is our defective and dysfunctional system of banking (credit issue) and national cost accounting. As labour as a factor of production is rapidly being replaced by automation and artificial intelligence (i.e., technology) industry must by conventional costing methods create ultimate consumer prices at an increasingly expanding rate of flow relative to the rate at which it pays effective purchasing-power into the hands of consumers. Consumers are required ultimately to liquidate all costs of production via their purchases. Being unable to do so with their inadequate incomes, consumers are forced increasingly to rely upon credit created by banks as an ever expanding inflationary debt charged to future cycles of production. Governments attempt to mitigate this situation by themselves contracting cumulative loans from the banking system. Debt may allow immediate access to produced goods but it does not liquidate permanently the financial costs incurred in their production because, although having allowed the producer to recover his costs and repay his original production loan from his bank, their equivalent becomes a charge that is accounted against future economic activity. This is no liquidation at all. The crucial point to note here is that the actual physical costs of production are fully met at the moment any produced item is finished and ready for consumer purchase. As a society we are not permitted to access currently available product without first engaging in further production so as to earn the incomes required to purchase past production. These incomes will not be available to purchase current production of which they will, nevertheless, be accounted as a cost when these goods are completed. There is an intrinsic flaw in the price-system which distributes an increasingly insufficient flow of cost-liquidating consumer income.

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ARE WE ALL Small ’l’ liberals NOW?

     The headlines exposing the influence within Australia of the Communist Chinese government’s spy agencies comes as no surprise to those within the Australian League of Rights.  But it is a reminder of earlier communist infiltrations within nations.  Readers should take a look at a modern map of the world and see just how many countries have become socialist/communist over the last fifty years.

     I am reminded of what Ivor Benson had to say about Ian Smith and the controlled opposition within the ‘conservative’ party ranks of the former Rhodesian Front:

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Controlled Opposition – From Goldstein to Soros and Beyond

Source:  http://www.counterpunch.orghttp://www.gilad.co.uk/writings/controlled-opposition-from-goldstein-to-soros-and-beyond.html, April 13, 2013  /  Gilad Atzmon“…the capacity to determine the boundaries of the political discourse and criticism in particular.”

AMERICAN FREE PRESS REPORTS ON LATEST BILDERBERGER ‘GET TOGETHER’

“Bilderberg 2017 Wraps Up in Virginia” by Mark AndersonAFP’s on-the-ground Bilderberg Meeting 2017 reporter’s Saturday morning dispatch reveals that, not surprisingly, U.S. corporate media is pretending, again this year, that participation by active American government office-holders in the secretive meeting is not worth reporting on.Fortunately, American Free Press and a few other alternative, real news sites, are picking up the slack.

     CHANTILLY, Va.—On the morning of Saturday, June 3, the Bilderberg group’s 65th meeting since 1954—though vitally important, given the identity of this year’s attendees, the key topics they secretly discuss, and the relevance of those topics to major political and economic developments—had evidently been ignored by the national mainstream and regional media.

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FALLACY COMMUNISM COULD BE HALTED BY ECONOMICS - OR TRADE?

     Eric Butler was a keen student of History and Communism and in O.T. 8 October 1965 wrote:

“In his address to the Melbourne Anglican Synod this week, the Most Rev. Dr. Frank Woods, Archbishop of Melbourne, fostered the most dangerous of the many fallacies concerning the true nature of Communism, that which postulates that Communism is primarily the product of physical poverty. This is generally known to matured students of Communism as the “empty-belly” theory. His Grace is reported to have said, “Poverty is the seed-bed of Communism”. Poverty is, of course, a relative term.

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FIVE YEARS LATER: CHURCH LEADER ON VIETNAM MORATORIUM

     “The Anglican Archbishop of Melbourne (Dr. Frank Woods) said last night he had ‘some sympathy’ with Friday’s Vietnam moratorium,” - The Age, May 4.8 May, 1970:   https://alor.org/Volume6/Vol6No17.htm“As there was no reference in the report quoting Dr. Woods to the disastrous policies which have dragged out the Vietnam war, and made it a propaganda base on which every facet of civilised society has been attacked by the world wide communist conspiracy, it must be concluded that Dr. Woods like so many of his fellow clerics lacks a clear understanding of the forces using Vietnam to attack Christian civilisation, or what there is left of it.

     It would appear that such church leaders have lost certain powers of conviction in deciding what they are purported to understand more than other sections of the community - the difference between good and evil. Thirty years ago the position of the Christian faith and its spokesman in regard to Communism was quite different. It would have been difficult to find any Church leader other than odd individuals like the Red Dean of Canterbury who would concede sympathy for an obvious Communist propaganda campaign. Today many of them are marching alongside communists and anarchists.

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