THE INSTITUTE OF HISTORICAL REVISIONISM WAS WRONG, WRONG, WRONG!

      It was in March 2012 the Institute of Historical Revisionism (IHR) wrote of “America’s Great, Flawed Ideology of Individualism” (March 21, 2012).  Since that time the situation has only got worse and the American people struggle even more.  This has all been brought to mind by the recent newspaper headlines of the latest bombing in Manchester United Kingdom and the reported death of 29 teenagers in the bomb-blast. At the time  (2012) the IHR wrote:

“America’s ever more obvious cultural disintegration and social paralysis, and its erosion of national identity and purpose, are not minor or temporary problems, but are symptoms of a deep-rooted social-political illness and a systemic failure of the country’s democratic-capitalist system. In large measure, this sickness is the predictable, inevitable consequence of America’s basic ideology of “pursuit of happiness” individualism.  A guiding outlook that was useful, and perhaps even necessary, in an earlier age is now a liability. The ideology laid out in the US Declaration of Independence greatly encouraged this country’s astonishing dynamism, growth, inventiveness and prosperity, especially during the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. But the core outlook that once contributed to this country’s development is incapable of sustaining a stable and healthy society. Especially in recent decades, America’s “pursuit of happiness” ideology has, inevitably and inexorably, been hastening our nation’s social-political dissolution and decline.”

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UK GREEN ENERGY PUTS CONSUMERS OUT OF POCKET

     SIR, Ben Goldsmith (Letters, May 4) claims that climate policies are not pushing up energy bills.   He obviously is not aware that, according to the Office for Budget Responsibility, subsidies for green energy will cost £9.1billion this year, and will rise to £14.3.billion by 2020.  To that figure must be added £11 billion for the smart meter rollout.  All of this must be paid for by consumers.

Mr. Goldsmith also claims that wind power, along with gas, is now the cheapest form of electricity.  Could he explain why wind farms still require large subsidies, rather than competing on the open market? - - -Paul Homewood, Sheffield, South Yorkshire.

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Goldmann Sachs — bigger than fossil fuel in the climate debate

We can’t blame Goldmann Sachs. It’s just good business. Ref: http://joannenova.com.au/2017/05/goldmann-sachs-bigger-than-fossil-fuel-in-the-climate-debate/Goldmann Sachs pours money into lefty causes and politicians of both stripes. The gifts to left-wing flagships like climate change and same-sex marriage buy protection from the anti-bank Occupy crowd. And climate propaganda is doubly useful — Goldmann Sachs can invest and profit from government largess. And these are very big biccies – -in 2009 Goldmann Sachs announced it would spend $150 billion on green energy by 2020.

The message to non-left causes is that if you want to get multimillion dollar philanthropic funds, mobilize people and march in the street. When Goldmann is afraid of what you might do against their bonuses or profits they might get interested in your cause too.

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Letter to The Editor

To the Herald Sun 4/5/17Fat cats need a diet As Australia's resources fat cats made the billionaires top 100 list again, I was reminded of Alaska which in 1976, nine years after oil was discovered, amended its Constitution to dedicate its yearly oil revenues, in part, to a state investment fund.Every person since 1982, a permanent fund dividend has been paid to every Alaskan men, woman and child in recognition of the ownership, in part, of its resources.From a 2008 high of $3269, in more recent years the PFD has been between $1000 and $1500 per person.

Similarly, following Norway's discovery of North Sea oil, Norway created the State Petroleum Fund in 1990. A substantial amount of oil profits, viewed as belonging to all Norwegians, has created a found balance of almost $60 billion. Unlike Alaska, however, always priority is to find community-wide benefits.Norway has a steady growth rate, almost no poverty, free health, free education (at all levels) and negligible unemployment. Workers enjoy eight weeks paid leave, liberal sick leave, three-year maternity leave and reliable and inexpensive day care. Creative part-time and tell communicating opportunities help keep women in the workforce.Sadly, I don't see the income from Australia's resources providing the same benefits – it just seems to be making the fat cats fatter.John Seaton, Prospect Vale, Tas.

“MAKING AMERICA GREAT AGAIN” by Reducing the World to Ashes? by Felicity Arbuthnot

Source:  Global Research, April 18, 2017 In-depth Report: Nuclear War

“In the event of a nuclear war, there will be no chances, there will be no survivors – all will be obliterated… nuclear devastation is not science fiction – it is a matter of fact. The world now stands on the brink of the final abyss. Let us all resolve to take all possible practical steps to ensure that we do not, through our own folly, go over the edge.” Former First Sea Lord, Lord Louis Mountbatten (1900-1979) Strasbourg, 11 May 1979.”

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Planned Obsolescence or the Death Date by Jas. Guthrie

Having recently designed and constructed a rainwater reticulation system for our home, we saw many instances of  “designed obsolescence” which resulted in “environmental vandalism”. Perfectly functional components, which we still had from previous water projects, were no longer suitable, nor interchangeable with the new standard, so were rendered obsolete. Wall thicknesses of the pipes were also changed so they were also rendered obsolete. What a waste, and all because the financial system is inherently flawed and will not allow us, as the community, the ability to purchase what we make.The manufacturer reduces the life cycle of his products in order to sell more  - whether we want them or not.

As others have said, the farmer grows a ton of potatoes but does not create the money needed to buy them. So it is with all manufacturers and producers.This policy of engineered obsolescence has been going on for a long time. Douglas wrote about it one hundred years ago in his books Economic Democracy, The Monopoly of Credit, and Social Credit, calling it "economic sabotage". In 1963 Jas. Guthrie wrote about it in his article Planned Obsolescence or the Death Date in The Social Crediter. In his article he makes reference to the well-documented book The Waste Makers (Pelican, 1963, First published in USA 1960). We present the article now for your interest.

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Social Credit USA 2017 - A Monetary System for all Americans (Australians-ed) by M. Oliver Heydorn

Isn’t it about time that we had a financial system that worked for all Americans? The Social Credit proposals of the engineer, Clifford Hugh Douglas, explain the kind of monetary reform that needs to be implemented in order to fix our current dysfunctional debt system.

1. In economics, the common good consists in this: all of the members of a society are able to obtain the goods and services that they need to survive and flourish with the minimum consumption of material resources and of human labour.

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OH LEONARDO, WHAT A POSE YOU ARE… Words fail me!

Paul Homewood reports that actor Leonardo DiCaprio “flew eyebrow artist 7,500 miles to do his brows for the Oscars”.  Even the UK Independent saw the hypocrisy in it all! Paul Homeward asked:  How much effort do you put into the appearance of your eyebrows? Tinting? Threading? Pencilling in? Plucking the strays? Or perhaps nothing at all? Well if you’re an A-lister with the eyes of the world watching, it seems no length is too extreme to ensure your brows are perfect.Australian eyebrow-artist to the stars Sharon-Lee Hamilton was flown from Sydney to Los Angeles to tend to a select few celebrities’ brows before the 2017 Oscars. Hamilton has previously revealed that when travelling on request, her costs are covered.Leonardo DiCaprio and Tobey Maguire are reportedly two members of the Hollywood elite who insisted on Hamilton flying the 7,500 across the Pacific Ocean, despite DiCaprio's environmental stance.http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/fashion/leonardo-dicaprio-eyebrow-artist-oscars-tobey-maguire-flight-la-a7601731.html

Leonardo DiCaprio is a Complete Idiot https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4qqYLS8ABLQ

The "sustainability" ploy from CFACT

Ref: https://www.cfact.org/2017/02/09/the-hidden-agendas-of-sustainability-illusions/Environmental radicals are circling the wagons to defend “global warming” as a rationale to grant them economic and political power, but they're having a tough time. Their scientific case is collapsing.What's a Green to do? Pivot to an eco-campaign that defies any objective measure of objectivity whatsoever: "Sustainability."  The "sustainability" ploy has been working its way through the UN since the first Rio "Earth Summit" in 1992 (we know, CFACT was there), was written into the UN's "Agenda 21" document, and is today quietly but steadily working its way through state and local government halls near you.

CFACT senior policy analyst Paul Driessen posted substantial details at CFACT.org.Here are a few samples of what the Greens are saying about their utopian eco-cause of “sustainability”:

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SEEKING-RENT AT THE CLIMATE CONFERENCE

Craig Tucker of CFACT.org reports:Friend,  Las Vegas, they say, was not built with the money of winners.  Similarly, the lush corporate pavilion at COP 22, the UN climate conference in Morocco, was not built with money from voluntary purchasers.Climate politics already redistributes hundreds of billions of dollars through grants, subsidies, set asides, mandates and prohibitions.  Developing nations are anxious to get their hands on climate cash, but they are amateurs compared to crony capitalists.

Yesterday, CFACT toured the business displays at the COP.  Adam Houser co-ordinates CFACT Collegians, we invited him to write up his impressions of the corporate money on display.  You can follow Adam's observations at CFACT.org.

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IS THIS WHAT WE IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA ARE HEADED FOR?

The following report came from Jo Nova’s website:Ontario’s electricity, “carnage”, “a train wreck”, electricity costs double to reduce carbon at $250/tonSource: http://joannenova.com.au/2016/10/ontarios-electricity-carnage-a-train-wreck-electricity-costs-double-to-reduce-carbon-at-250ton/

Boondoggle: How Ontario’s pursuit of renewables broke their electricity systemOntario’s electricity, “carnage”, “a train wreck”, electricity costs double to reduce carbon at $250/tonSource: http://business.financialpost.com/fp-comment/boondoggle-how-ontarios-pursuit-of-renewable-energy-broke-the-provinces-electricity-system?__lsa=441c-114c

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2GB - Malcolm Roberts One Nation- Establish a Peoples Bank

http://www.2gb.com/audioplayer/204051

Agenda 21

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Comment posted to the "Distributist Review"

From a Social Credit perspective, economic efficiency in physical terms means producing whatever we need to survive and flourish with the least amount of human labour and resource consumption.Thanks to technological advances and modern industrial technique, it is possible for us to produce all that we need while calling on a small and continually decreasing portion of the labour force. As an example, it has been widely reported that, as part of the 'fourth industrial revolution', 50% of American jobs will be automated within 20 years. 



We can either accept this state of affairs as a benefit, because it increases the time we could be spending in leisure (i.e., self-chosen activities) or, if we insist that everyone must work and that the economy must provide everyone with a job, we must devise ingenious methods of having people 'dig holes and fill them up again'.

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RICH AND DUMB OR RICH AND SKEPTICAL?

http://joannenova.com.au/ JoNova asks:  Most of Asia’s bankers ignore climate risks. Hmm. Rich and dumb, or rich and skeptical?

A survey in Asia found that 69% of financial institutions there don’t bother with assessing climate change risks when considering financing projects. Either these bankers have missed the last 20 years of IPCC messaging (careless inattentive bankers), or they’ve seen it and they know it’s baloney (skeptical bankers). Hmmm. What’s more likely?Looks like two thirds of Asian banks don’t believe the IPCC:

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