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

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. 

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Cory Bernardi - Common Sense Lives Here

       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.

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Welcome to 1984: Big Brother Google Now Watching Your Every Political Move By Robert Bridge

     RT News, September 12, 2017  https://www.rt.com/op-edge/402588-google-eric-schmidt-republicans/

     Google has taken the unprecedented step of burying material, mostly from websites on the political right, that it has deemed to be inappropriate. The problem, however, is that the world’s largest search engine is a left-leaning company with an axe to grind.Let’s face it, deep down in our heart of hearts we knew the honeymoon wouldn’t last forever. Our willingness to place eternal faith in an earth-straddling company that oversees the largest collection of information ever assembled was doomed to end in a bitter divorce from the start. After all, each corporation, just like humans, has their own political proclivities, and Google is certainly no exception. But we aren’t talking about your average car company here.

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HOW ‘NOISE’ CREATES HISTORICAL ‘WARMING TRENDS’ – JO NOVA

      “Instrument errors, noise, may account for a quarter to one half of our national warming trend in the last century".

     When the newspapers run a headline with Sydney hits, say, 44.4 degrees and that number gets engraved in history, who realizes that the extreme heat may have only lasted one second? You might think the maximum temperatures were above 44 for at least ten minutes, but the BOM will write it into the record books even if that heat lasts one second, and if the temperature a minute before was more than a whole degree cooler.

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LABOR POLICY TO USE LAW TO ‘PUNISH’ THOSE WHO DON’T CONFORM Lyle Shelton

Source: Australian Christian Lobby      There is a school of thought in the debate about redefining marriage that it is inevitable and that Christians should just sue for peace with the same-sex marriage activists.  Try and extract as many protections for religious freedom as possible and roll over.To make it easier for us to capitulate, leading politicians such as Opposition Leader Bill Shorten, Attorney General George Brandis and Tim Wilson say same-sex marriage and freedom of religion can co-exist.  “I don’t accept the religious practice in this country is under threat,” Mr Shorten said this week.

     What he is essentially saying is it is okay to go to church and believe what you like there.  But what is under threat, and what Mr Shorten is not telling us, is that religious practice outside the church, mosque or synagogue is under grave threat should the definition of marriage in law be changed.

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Letter to The Editor - How is Your Memory?

     How's your memory, seems to me we had  a certain Prime Minister by the name of Bob Hawke who was a dual citizen. Where did the matter get to at that time?

     The real question is this farce of our High Court declaring Britain and even N.Z. a foreign power. The whole issue is a storm in a teacup to serve the elites program of downgrading our constitution and possibly to reprimand the present parliament for allowing this postal vote on "marriage equality".     It would be interesting to see if the high court thought China a foreign power given its growing land ownership in Oz.DS

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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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?

THE BEST ENEMY MONEY CAN BUY

     I believe it important Australians study very carefully just how modern governments have been betraying their own peoples for at least the last century. The answer could be in the following story of Western Capitalism and the former Soviet Union that you have never read.

     This business of lending blood money is one of the most thoroughly sordid, cold blooded, and criminal acts that was ever carried to any considerable extent, amongst human beings. It is like lending money to slave traders, or to common robbers and pirates, to be repaid out of their plunder. And the man who loans money to governments, so called, for the purpose of enabling the latter to rob, enslave and murder their people, are among the greatest villains that the world has ever seen.  -- Lysander Spooner, “No Treason” (Boston, 1870)

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Turkey can’t get free money from US, decides climate is safe, Paris unneccessary

Ref: http://joannenova.com.au/2017/07/turkey-cant-get-free-money-from-us-decides-climate-is-safe-paris-unneccessary/

Ergodan does his own climate maths — decides that the most significant inflatable cash cow has  disappeared from the sky. The global climate suddenly looks clearer, and so Turkey pulls back from Paris accord:

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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.

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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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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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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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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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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A COLLECTIVE TRAGEDY

Source:  The Social Crediter, Vol.44, No.17, 21st November 1964     The following note by C. H. Douglas originally appeared in these pages in July, 1949:

“Here we recognise the old game, Satan’s everlasting tactics. From the first temptation in Eden until now he has used the self same artifice; make a man believe that he is not responsible, that there is no judge, that the Law is doubtful, that nobody will know and that, moreover, once the deed is done, he will be God himself, and therefore in the position of master, and able to fix good and evil as he likes.”

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