THE CHARTISTS FROM A SOCIAL CREDIT VIEWPOINT

     Watched the videos on the Institute of Public Affairs website by Dr. Bella on Australia’s The British Heritage of our Freedoms.  The videos are well worth watching.   Found here… https://ipa.org.au/heritage-of-our-freedoms

     The video “Australia’s own Tea Party Revolution” was of great interest to me.  It dealt with the role of a group of Chartists “on the Victorian gold fields in the 1850s and the demands they made following the Eureka Stockade…”Regular readers and supporters of ALoR journals and website would be very familiar with such discussions as Magna Carta; The Rule of Law; English (Common) Law; etc., so I thought I should search through The Social Crediter to see what C.H. Douglas had to say about the Chartists.The following is what I found in The Social Crediter, Vol.7, No.2, 31st January 1942Writing of Karl Marx, Major Douglas quotes historian Nesta Webster:

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Social Credit Exposed The Scam Last Century by Wallace Klinck


     It is tragic to observe society again being swept up in the false and fabricated Left-Right dialectic as the Banking Fraternity continues to dominate from its safe abode hidden above the storm--centralizing both wealth and power all the while in its megalomaniacal drive for World Dominion.  

     Social Credit exposed this scam in the early part of the last century and provided the appropriate recommendations to eliminate the prevailing system of continuing and exponentially expanding financial debt.  Communism/socialism and fascism both build up from the State rather than from the individual.

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Finkel Fails


Dr Finkel, grandly titled as “Australia’s Chief Scientist”, was paid by tax payers to produce:“A Review into the Future Security of the National Electricity Market”.This report has been studied and is rated “FAIL”.

        It Fails in Science        It Fails Electricity Consumers        It Fails Australia     But Green Energy Promotors are Delighted.

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SOME IMPORTANT WARNINGS FROM THE PAST

The Supreme State, Planning and Scarcity: On Target 25 July 2014

“We are at the present time unquestionably under the domination of a financial system, which rules us. It rules us in our most basic necessities; the necessity for bed, board and clothes, and the other things that go to make up the standard of living. But we do not want to transfer that domination from, let us say, what we can call the banking system under another name to something we call the State. The great danger at the present time is not that the present financial system will persist ... but that under the confusion that will exist as a result of the crises caused by the breakdown of the financial system, an even greater tyranny may be put over on you as in the cases of many countries at the present time, and which is in active progress in still more countries even as I speak. That is the danger, and you must keep in your minds, to avoid that danger, some clear objective, and that objective, the proper relationship of the individual to the group, is in my opinion, the relationship and objective to which we want to strive….” - - From a speech by Major C.H. Douglas at Calgary, Alberta, Canada, April, 1934. https://alor.org/Library/ThoughtsofDouglas.htm

INDEPENDENT’S PROPOSAL: MORE SOCIALISM BY STEALTH?

     So, the news has filtered down to the UK’s newspaper The Independent that Canada is considering a Basic Income for the nation’s ‘precariats’.  Paid for out of taxation of course – you know, tax the rich to pay the poor - not created by a National Credit Office and issued debt free, as proposed by Social Credit concepts.

“Unlike its neighbour the United States, Canada projects an image of peace, plenty and progressive policies. But there’s a quiet rumble across the North American country. While the rest of the world is in love with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, his popularity ratings at home are down 9 per cent on last year. Income inequality is acute and unemployment is still stubbornly high. What new work that is being created in Canada’s economy is precarious and part-time. Wage rises are being eaten away at by inflation since the financial crisis and millions of jobs are at risk from automation.

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AUSTRALIA’S ETERNAL POLITICAL CRISIS by James Reed, 2014

     Paul Kelly, The Australian’s “editor-at-large” (whatever that means – is there an “editor-at-small”), tells us that Australia’s political culture “is noisy, egotistical, destructive and consumed by self-interest”. (The Australian 2 July 2014, p.16) “The trajectory of Australia’s relative decline now seems set” and the political malaise “might only deepen under the Abbott prime ministership”.  The problem is the inability of the political system to respond to society’s needs – and this is common right across the West, Kelly tells us. The problems are at root philosophical: a culture of complaint, the decline of self-reliance, the belief that virtually any hardship is the fault of government”, are some of the problems.

     The League has been saying this and more for some time, indeed, a long time. The political system has got increasingly worse and basically has ceased to function as it was intended to do. Clearly we are at the “crossroads” and we may have to accept that “Australia” as we knew it is now dead for us and that we need to start building anew. It’s like an old orange tree that my folks had. The tree died, but some time later a new tree sprang up and grew around the old dead wood. The old wood eventually was no more.

BRAVO TO THE PEOPLE OF THE LIVERPOOL PLAINS… and Alan Jones

     It has been announced on Sky News the NSW government will protect the Liverpool Plains from destructive mining – but only after the folk of the fertile farmland in northern NSW fought for it!  It has been protected from mining by a foreign-owned (Chinese communist government owned…ed) coal company but critics say the state government’s intervention doesn’t go far enough with ridge lands still at risk. The Berejiklian government on Wednesday, 12 July announced it would refund $262 million to Shenhua Watermark to buy back more than half of a coal exploration licence in the Liverpool Plains region…

     NSW Energy Minister Don Harwin says mining activity will now be restricted to the ridge lands to protect the region’s fertile black soils.  Former local farmer Tim Duddy says the government’s decision is a step in the right direction.  ‘It’s not the silver bullet but it’s the start of one arriving,’ he told ABC Radio.  ‘This is about agriculture versus mining and it is an illustration that in some spaces they are not compatible’…     The NSW Greens have made similar calls, arguing Wednesday’s decision doesn’t go far enough in protecting the region’s water table.  ‘The idea that you can dig a 300-metre deep pit next to a flood plain and it will not impact on the water table is ridiculous,’ Greens MP Jeremy Buckingham said in a statement… An exploration licence for BHP’s mining project, also in the Liverpool Plains, was bought back by the state government last year.     One does wonder where were the Greens during the skirmishes and the ensuing battles?

BOOKER ON GRENFELL FIRE… and Brussels’ Bureaucrats

Source:  Christopher Booker, Sunday Telegraph 6/7/2017     The EU has made silly mistakes with fishing, fire testing and vehicle emissions regulations.When, amid all the millions of words uttered about Grenfell, are we finally going to focus on the real cause of that fire? A comment on my column last week said that “only Booker could get a link between Grenfell, the EU and global warming into a single article”. But that is precisely the point. Without those two factors, the fire could never have happened.

     As I had written, all this talk about “cladding” has been looking in wholly the wrong direction. The cause of the conflagration was less to do with the “rainscreen” cladding: it was the combination of 6 inches of combustible Celotex insulation foam behind it with a void creating a “chimney” effect, sending the flames roaring up the building.

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Donald Trump just ended a tradition of celebrating Ramadan at the White House

     In the US, for the first time in two decades, the White House has not recognised the Muslim holiday Ramadan, unlike the Clinton, Bush and Obama administrations, which did recognise it. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said the State Department would break with tradition and not host a Ramadan reception (thewashingtonpost 25/6/17).to which Wallace Klinck from Canada explained:     Well, recognition by the State could well be interpreted as an endorsement by Government.  If that is to be accorded then in all “fairness” it should be done for every other “religion” large or small even if entirely incompatible and at odds with one another—or with the larger society or the State itself.  The problem is, of course, that when different groups of people find “realities” which are not compatible but all claim, honestly or otherwise, to be correct—how do you accommodate this chaotic situation?  I think that it is fairly safe to say that in final analysis there is only one “reality”—but what mortal human is qualified to render a conclusive judgement on the matter?  We who have developed within and from an overwhelmingly “Christian" background seem to have produced with great historic faith, effort and dedication the most advanced societies and I think that we would be very foolish to abandon this achievement to the demands of minorities or foreign migrants, promoted and encouraged through subterfuge by hostile elements, domestic and foreign, who are skilled in exploiting our “tolerance” and “fairness” for their own ends.  Obviously, I am biased toward the Christian concept of life because I think that, although it has by no means been adequately followed and has had its own dark moments in history, it has in balance produced through its unique emphasis on individual freedom by far the most desirable conditions for humans.  Nominally, at least, and historically, it is overwhelmingly the dominant belief system in our part of the world and I think that wisdom requires that we should retain it in our continuing, but increasingly threatened, free and open quest for truth, in its broadest interpretation, as the only known sound foundation upon which to construct civilization.

     Organic change effected by constant contact with the real world and universe is both inevitable and entirely desirable—but we should resist sudden and/or radical social upheaval engineered by hidden and secretive forces bent on overthrowing millennia of development for their own self-serving ideological, political and economic agenda.  So far as Islam is concerned, aside from the undeniable merits of some of its individual members, it is as a collectivity both ideologically and politically militant and fundamentally incompatible with our civilization and I think that the two belief systems should remain in their own regions of the globe to demonstrate to themselves and to the world what they can achieve.  Islam has nothing essential to offer the West and we are under no obligation whatsoever to extend to it an opportunity of occupation and inevitable conquest through the means of its high birth rate alone.  We already have erred fatally by succumbing to the inimical policies of another group which is very small in number but exercises by deceptive means and subterfuge an influence that is thoroughly out of proportion to its numerical presence.       In my opinion, politicians who compromise the interests of their nations either by bending to wealthy and powerful minority interests or by promoting an influx of foreign peoples for the intended purpose of securing an expanded electoral base are guilty of betraying their nations and are the basest of people, devoted to the quest of power and devoid of morals or ethics.  One wonders, of course, what this may have to say about the people who repeatedly vote them into office.The people perish for want of knowledge.

Fatal Courtroom Act Ruins Michael ‘Hockey Stick’ Mann by John O'Sullivan


     Penn State climate scientist, Michael ‘hockey stick’ Mann commits contempt of court in the ‘climate science trial of the century.’ Prominent alarmist shockingly defies judge and refuses to surrender data for open court examination. Only possible outcome: Mann’s humiliation, defeat and likely criminal investigation in the U.S.

     The defendant in the libel trial, the 79-year-old Canadian climatologist, Dr Tim Ball is expected to instruct his British Columbia attorneys to trigger mandatory punitive court sanctions, including a ruling that Mann did act with criminal intent when using public funds to commit climate data fraud. Mann’s imminent defeat is set to send shock waves worldwide within the climate science community as the outcome will be both a legal and scientific vindication of U.S. President Donald Trump’s claims that climate scare stories are a “hoax.”

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LEFT WING OF PARTY ‘WINNING’ BOASTS PYNE - Andrew Bolt on Sky News

 Sky News host Andrew Bolt has exclusively obtained a leaked recording of Defence Industry Minister Christopher Pyne saying the faction is in the ‘winners circle’ during a gathering of moderate Liberals before the party’s federal council meeting in Sydney last Friday night.

In the recording Mr Pyne says senior members of the moderate faction have risen to positions of power in the government.

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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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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.

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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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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