Peter Davis - Wallace Klinck - Ken Grundy - Arnis Luks discussing this issue @ thecross-roads.org - 2nd February 2018
Peter Davis - Wallace Klinck - Ken Grundy - Arnis Luks discussing this issue @ thecross-roads.org - 2nd February 2018
Dastyari. 狗 الكلب سگ - the same in Chinese, Arabic, Persian or English. Dog. http://www.michaelsmithnews.com/2017/11/dastyari-%E7%8B%97-%D8%A7%D9%84%D9%83%D9%84%D8%A8-%D8%B3%DA%AF-the-same-in-chinese-arabic-persian-or-english-dog.html
...in response to a recent prosecution in the British Columbia (Canada) Human Rights Tribunal The Human Rights tribunals were set up to circumvent Citizens Rights protected historically under our Constitution as it derived from the British “unwritten” Constitution—and to deny citizens protection under the Common Law as this evolved in a Christian milieu. The creators and administrators of these bodies profess to hold jurisdiction to prosecute for an alleged crime of “discrimination” which is little more than contrived Pharisaic sophistry. Human “Rights” Tribunals are a travesty of law and justice as these developed under Christian influence over many centuries going back to the Magna Carta and I understand even to earlier times.
The ability to exercise discrimination is the essential innate natural right of the conscious human person and failure to discriminate would create mindless chaos leading to an inability to function or survive for any length of time. Human Rights Tribunals were not established because of proper reference to our historic past legal traditions and they were not formed consequent to any significant public demand. They are creatures conceived by powerful subversive minority forces. They are reminiscent of Bolshevik “Peoples Courts” where arbitrary and politically motivated “offences” were created as weapons to terrorize individuals and suppress freedom of individual thought and action as potential or emergent opposition to the illegitimate centralization and exercise of power. They are in reality not adversaries of discrimination—but demand discrimination in accord with their own dicta. They are instruments of revolutionary policy designed to deprive citizens of property and freedom and can only contribute to installation of the Supreme State.
So why do we fell this independent pine of Norfolk Island? Matthew Lesh, The Australian November 21, 2017 Most Australians know little of Norfolk Island. It is, after all, a small island territory with just 1700 inhabitants located 1400km from our mainland. Nevertheless, we should be concerned about the disastrous economic and social consequences following the Australian government’s elimination of Norfolk’s self-rule. The Australian government has thrown out basic principles of self-determination and good government in a brazen Canberra-knows-best takeover.
In June 2015, Australia abolished Norfolk’s government, legislative assembly and public service, and appointed an external administrator and an advisory council. The island also has been incorporated into NSW, though it has no say in the state government.The takeover, which was undertaken against the wishes of 68 per cent of Norfolk residents, has inevitably had devastating consequences.
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:
Your site provides a considerable amount of historical information on the “money question” but concentrates wrongly on the question of interest charges made by the credit creation of private bankers with the usual misguided recommendation that “private money creation” should be vested in the hands of sovereign governments. The fatal flaw in this recommendation is that it would place the power of money, or credit, creation as a centralized power resident in the hands of the State. This proviso is one of the main points of the Communist Manifesto and state control of credit was exercised also by the fascist States. Credit is the means of activating real productive resources and State control of its issue and cancellation confers centralized control over the entire real credit, i.e., productive capacity, of a nation. This control combined with a mis-conceived policy of “full-employment”, which you clearly have endorsed, is a certain recipe for tyranny.
It would be worth while in looking at what is happening in Canada and the move for COMPELLED SPEECHFrom Jordan B. Peterson:
Recently, the Law Society of Upper Canada (Ontario) has made major revisions to their requirements for the annual submission for legal practitioners in that province. As part of a five-part strategic program known as “Accelerating Culture Shift,” all lawyers are now required to write, submit and abide by a “Statement of Principles.” The details can be viewed here https://www.lsuc.on.ca/EDI/ -- a site which indicates what lawyers now need to “KNOW AND DO” (caps in the original) for 2017.
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: https://jamesperloff.com/2017/10/27/the-war-on-truth-is-a-lonely-warrior/
Part 1 of this podcast is the video “A Call to Rebellion for Ontario Legal Professionals”:
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:
Posted by Sandi Keane https://www.michaelwest.com.au/author/keanesandi/ | Oct 10, 2017 | Energy https://www.michaelwest.com.au/category/energy/, Government https://www.michaelwest.com.au/category/government/Source: https://www.michaelwest.com.au/investigation-barnabys-gas-bonanza-and-the-pervading-influence-of-the-gas-lobby/
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.
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.
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
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
So heroic Iceland in dealing a blow to the “Bankers” appears not to be so noble after all!
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