Must the Left be Globalist? By James Reed

     The old Left, that which helped create the White Australia Policy, was anti-globalist, and nationalist. This Left was displaced by the 1960s revolution, which saw feminism and identity politics, filtered through cultural Marxism, arise. Yet, our enemies are not completely homogeneous, as an interesting article from the Left/socialist position by Angela Nagle, “The Left Case Against Open Borders,” details:

“The transformation of open borders into a “Left” position is a very new phenomenon and runs counter to the history of the organized Left in fundamental ways. Open borders has long been a rallying cry of the business and free market Right. Drawing from neoclassical economists, these groups have advocated for liberalizing migration on the grounds of market rationality and economic freedom. They oppose limits on migration for the same reasons that they oppose restrictions on the movement of capital. The Koch-funded Cato Institute, which also advocates lifting legal restrictions on child labor, has churned out radical open borders advocacy for decades, arguing that support for open borders is a fundamental tenet of libertarianism, and “Forget the wall already, it’s time for the U.S. to have open borders.” The Adam Smith Institute has done much the same, arguing that “Immigration restrictions make us poorer.”

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More Good Reasons for Shutting Down the Universities By James Reed

     Talk about running in packs – anyone in the modern university who dares to question the new religion of race and mass immigration gets squashed, fast:

“More than 200 academics have signed a letter accusing a controversial Cambridge academic of publishing 'racist pseudoscience'. Dr Noah Carl has previously spoken at a  conference about eugenics and claimed that opposition to immigration can be based on 'rational beliefs'. The University of Cambridge research fellow has now been accused of publishing 'ethically suspect and methodologically flawed work' by academics, the Times reported. Professors at top universities in the UK and abroad including Oxford, Cambridge and Princeton published the open letter demanding Cambridge carry out an investigation into its appointment process. Dr Carl's previous controversial writings have included:

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The UN Climate Conference is a Climate Catastrophe! By James Reed

     Yes, it is the holiday season, a time of love and joy,  but I have come to hate the hypocrisy of these UN climate types. As one wit has put it: “Nothing says Imminent Climate catastrophe quite like 28,000 United Nations affiliated people flying into Poland, spewing millions of litres of aviation fuel into the atmosphere to attend the UN climate conference, to convince the world there is an imminent climate catastrophe.”

     So, we have, according to the UN only 12 years until climatic doomsday, but the UN itself admits that this conference will have a carbon footprint of 55,000 tons of CO2, taking 6 million trees 20 years to offset. If these false-environmental prophets, sorry, profits, fools really do think that the planet is hurtling towards disaster, then it is because of socialists like that. The ordinary people, who keep close to the ground have low carbon impacts, but they are the ones the jet-setting elites point there claws at. Disgusting!

Yes, Diversity, is a War Winner! By Richard Miller

     The British armed forces were once to be feared, but no more. But will they return to their former glory after some time spent wandering in the metaphorical desert? Sure, the answer is diversity, and the more the better:

“The Armed Forces of the United Kingdom have become mired in identity politics, with the British Army bragging that it is winning the “race for diversity” against the Royal Air Force and Royal Navy. “[M]ultiple long-term targets [were] set out by the country’s defence and military leaders” to increase military diversity in 2015, according to military interest news source the Forces Network, with an increase in the proportion of BAME (Black, Asian, and Minority Ethnic) personnel in the Regular Forces to 10 per cent by 2020 becoming a key target. “As of March this year, annual intake reached a hopeful 9.1 per cent,” the report notes. At present, the British Army appears to be leading the pack, with 11.1 per cent BAME personnel, compared with the Royal Navy and Royal Marines on 3.8 per cent, and the Royal Air Force “struggling” on 2.3 per cent. “Diversity and inclusion is critical to our success and will give us the operational edge we need,” claimed Secretary of State for Defence Gavin Williamson, a Remain-supporting MP with a background in pottery sales, rather than the armed forces. “We are committed to delivering a more inclusive culture and a more diverse workforce at all levels,” he added.

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When Socialists Rule By Chris Knight

     When the real hard-core socialist parliamentarians rule, what can we expect? Well, in the US, which is a test case for what is coming our way, we are seeing the thought processes embodied in the likes of Hispanic millennial congress woman, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. For example, in response to Donald Trump junior making fun of the enormous number of gaffes that she has made, she responded:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez✔@Ocasio2018I have noticed that Junior here has a habit of posting nonsense about me whenever the Mueller investigation heats up. Please, keep it coming Jr - it’s definitely a “very, very large brain” idea to troll a member of a body that will have subpoena power in a month.

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The Paradox of Diet and Health By Mrs Vera West

     I have been exploring for some time, alternative health treatments, via herbs such as turmeric. However, what I have noticed is that the alternative health sites seldom report on side effects, although the side effects of Big Pharma drugs are well documented, and most medications come with information sheets detailing these, always with the wise words, that “all medications can have side effects.” Side effects are built into our biochemistry.     Having had kidney stones, I began researching the causes of kidney stones, mainly being oxalates, chemicals that bind with calcium to form insoluble stones:

     I was amazed to find that most of the healthy foods I had adopted to lower blood pressure (e.g. dark sugar free chocolate), and to avoid irritable bowel syndrome, were high in oxalis. This not only included nuts, but many otherwise healthy vegetables and high anti-oxidant fruit.

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The Australian Surveillance State By James Reed

     They must have sneaked this one through while we were sleeping or otherwise not looking, as the Assistance and Access Bill crawled through like a brown snake. Here is the next New World Order step:

“The Australian Parliament passed a bill on Thursday which will allow government agencies to bypass encryption and access private messages on apps through “backdoors.” One security expert said the law “poison-pills their entire domestic tech industry.” According to Fortune, the Assistance and Access Bill will force technology companies “to help the country’s security agencies bypass the encryption in private messaging apps.” The bill will also “allow the police to tell the likes of WhatsApp and Signal that they must build in so-called backdoors, to give investigators access to the contents of messages—but only if the backdoors don’t constitute ‘systemic weaknesses’ in the service’s security.” As reported by Fortune, the bill was condemned by security experts who claimed the “backdoors” would weaken security in the nation by creating “a target for other countries’ spy agencies and corporate spies who might want to see what people are discussing.” “Over in Australia they’re shooting themselves in the face with a shockingly technically nonsensical encryption backdoor law,” declared popular systems security commentator SwiftOnSecurity. “Doesn’t even help it just poison-pills their entire domestic tech industry, breaks imports.” “There are no safe backdoors,” posted the Tor Project on Twitter in response to the bill.”

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How Long Before China Declares War? By James Reed

     First the situation gets inflamed, then there is a trigger event that finally pushes things over the edge, and war happens, so that all of the “Mother Courage” types can get richer, unless of course it turns into full-on nuclear apocalypse, in which case, the parasites of war die too.

“The arrest of a top Chinese technology executive by Canadian authorities acting at the behest of the United States is threatening to upend the Trump administration’s efforts to sustain a trade truce with China. The arrest of Sabrina Meng, the chief financial officer of China’s largest mobile phone marker, has been condemned by Chinese officials, who are calling for her immediate release. The U.S. has reportedly requested Meng be extradited to New York, where she would reportedly face federal charges of violating Iran sanctions. Hu Xijin, the editor in chief of the Global Times, described the arrest as a “declaration of war” against China, according to the New York Times.  The Global Times is a state-run newspaper whose views are thought to reflect the ruling communist party in China. Hu’s comments were made on Weibo, a Twitter-like service, the New York Times reported.”

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Turmeric and Psychiatric Disorders By Mrs Vera West

     Yet another health benefit for turmeric consumption:

“A study carried out by researchers at Australia’s Murdoch University found that curcumin extracts reduced people’s anxiety and depression scores. They noted that it was particularly effective at alleviating anxiety. Moreover, even low doses of the spice extract were effective in addressing depression. In addition, the researchers found it worked quite well on those with atypical depression, which is a marker of bipolar depression. Curcumin has been found in other studies to be just as effective as one of the most popular SSRI antidepressants on the market, Prozac, making it an excellent option for those who wish to avoid the negative side effects of this psychiatric medication. It works by raising levels of dopamine and serotonin, two vital neurotransmitters related to depression. In addition, because depression is believed to be caused by chronic inflammation, it makes sense that curcumin’s ability to reduce inflammation could alleviate depression.

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Splitting Australia in Two By Peter Ewer

     When the constitution referendum occurs on Aboriginal recognition, expect that the lawyers will turn the country upside down, or using a more apt metaphor, tear it in two. This process of separatism, paid for out of your suffering taxpayer’s dollar, is happening right now, in its early stages.

“Aboriginal people who do not live in the City of Melbourne could be given voting and candidate rights as “traditional owners”. An issues paper by the council said eligibility for enrolment and candidacy was currently restricted to residents, business owners and property owners. The paper said that, while many “traditional custodians” may not be residents or ratepayers within the council area, “the decisions and actions of the City of Melbourne Council have a particular impact on traditional custodians and their lands and waters”. “Aboriginals who are traditional custodians are recognised as having a link to land that is far stronger and deeper than many recognised land rights in the current electoral system,” it said. Councillor Nicolas Frances Gilley wants the council to approach the Andrews Government to amend the City of Melbourne Act to set up a special electoral franchise for traditional owners.” 

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Immigration Destroys Australian Workers’ Wages By James Reed

     Remember the old argument against immigration, popular when the White Australia Policy was first fought for, that immigration acts to destroy Australian workers’ wages? Guess what? A chapter in a new book by A. Stewart (et al.),  The Wage Crisis in Australia, (2018), by Iain Campbell, “Temporary Migrant Workers (TMWs), Underpayment and Predatory business Models,” shows that Australia’s immigration system is undercutting the wages of Australian workers:

“This chapter argues that the expansion of temporary labour migration is a significant development in Australia and that it has implications for wage stagnation… Three main facts about their presence in Australia are relevant to the discussion of wage stagnation. First, there are large numbers of TMWs in Australia, currently around 1.2 million persons. Second, those numbers have increased strongly over the past 15 years. Third, when employed, many TMWs are subject to exploitation, including wage payments that fall below — sometimes well below — the minimum levels specified in employment regulation… One link to slow wages growth, as highlighted by orthodox economics, stems from the simple fact of increased numbers, which add to labour supply and thereby help to moderate wages growth. This chapter argues, however, that the more salient point concerns the way many TMWs are mistreated within the workplace in industry sectors such as food services, horticulture, construction, personal services and cleaning. TMW underpayments, which appear both widespread in these sectors and systemic, offer insights into labour market dynamics that are also relevant to the general problem of slow wages growth…

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Letter to The Editor - Dissident views ignored rather than thoughtfully analysed

To The Australian        Paul Monk has offered a sturdy defence both of free speech (as a principle) and the ways in which our political order should be shaped in order to facilitate it ("The rules for civil engagement", 8-9/12). Yes, we should indeed "agree to open contentious subjects up to discussion, not shut them down." Monk does us a service by recommending Nadine Strossen's new book Hate: Why We Should Resist It With Free Speech, Not Censorship. The litmus test for this intellectual idealism is "Holocaust revisionism." At present this subject is usually shirked by otherwise honourable defenders of liberty; but, until the situation changes, decent persons in several nations will continue to be persecuted for expressing their dissident views; and the great service of men such as the late Professor Robert Faurisson will be largely ignored rather than thoughtfully analysed.  Nigel Jackson, Belgrave, Vic

Come Clean on the UN COP24 Meeting in Poland By Viv Forbes

     The Saltbush Club today called on the Morrison Government to come clean on what additional burdens for Australians are being discussed at COP24, the UN climate jamboree now taking place in Poland. The Secretary of The Saltbush Club, Mr Viv Forbes of Australia, said that Australia will suffer badly from the destructive energy policies being promoted by the UN’s war on cheap, reliable hydro-carbon fuels. “Like the Trump supporters in USA, Brexit in Britain, Solidarity in Poland, the Yellow Vests in France and the new Brazilian government we do not support the UN energy plans and we fear their hidden agenda. “Australia’s backbone industries were built on cheap reliable power. We have huge overheads in the bureaucracy, academia and the welfare state which must be supported by real industry - mining and smelting, farming, fishing, forestry, processing, transport and manufacturing. These industries rely on hydro-carbon energy – coal, gas, oil, diesel and petrol. “Because Australia has no nuclear or geothermal power, limited hydro potential, an aging fleet of coal generators and several bans on gas exploration, we are very vulnerable to the UN’s war on hydro-carbons.

“PM Morrison must answer three specific questions:

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California Needs More Rocket Scientist Migrants! Now! By Charles Taylor

     Migrants, especially refugees, aid the economy by building rockets, satellites and all aspects of hi-tech, because diversity is our strength; take that homogeneous China and Japan!

“More than 7-in-10 households headed by immigrants in the state of California are on taxpayer-funded welfare, a new study reveals. The latest Census Bureau data analyzed by the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS) finds that about 72 percent of households headed by noncitizens and immigrants use one or more forms of taxpayer-funded welfare programs in California — the number one immigrant-receiving state in the U.S. Meanwhile, only about 35 percent of households headed by native-born Americans use welfare in California.”

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What is Wrong with Arnie (Schwarzensplatter)? By James Reed

     Wow, just wow, how libtard can one get? With his film career a shadow of the past, once Big Arnie is now crying about climate change, hoping that the libtards will love him more:

“Arnold Schwarzenegger says he wishes he could travel back in time like the cyborg he played in “The Terminator” so he could stop fossil fuels from being used. “If we would’ve never started in that direction and used other technology, we’d be much better off,” the actor and former California governor said Monday at the start of a U.N. climate conference in Poland. “

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Absurdities Beyond Anti-Racism By James Reed

     Racism is all about generally white, and primarily Northern European people doing things that globalists don’t like. But the anti-discrimination discrimination ideology does not stop there, but goes down all the way to animals, maybe plants, and perhaps even what we take to be inanimate objects, which, according to the philosophy of panpsychism, have a mental aspect to them. So maybe even subatomic particles have moral rights?

“Panpsychism is the view that mentality is fundamental and ubiquitous in the natural world. The view has a long and venerable history in philosophical traditions of both East and West, and has recently enjoyed a revival in analytic philosophy. For its proponents panpsychism offers an attractive middle way between physicalism on the one hand and dualism on the other. The worry with dualism—the view that mind and matter are fundamentally different kinds of thing—is that it leaves us with a radically disunified picture of nature, and the deep difficulty of understanding how mind and brain interact. And whilst physicalism offers a simple and unified vision of the world, this is arguably at the cost of being unable to give a satisfactory account of the emergence of human and animal consciousness. Panpsychism, strange as it may sound on first hearing, promises a satisfying account of the human mind within a unified conception of nature. …

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Is There a Plot to Exterminate the Human Race? By James Reed

     Talk about a radical conspiracy theory, which I love. No UFOs or lizard people, just good old fashioned extermination of the human race stuff:

“Now we come to the end game for humanity. This is it, folks: They have a plan to collapse global food production, kill off over 90% of the human race, devastate natural ecosystems and pollute the Earth’s atmosphere… and it’s all being sold to you under the banner of “environmentalism.” The scheme is called “global dimming,” and it’s a dangerous geoengineering plot to spray billions of tons of smog into the atmosphere so that pollution levels would block sunlight and halt global warming. This is literally what the mad environmental scientists are now proposing — the very same people who have, for years, claimed that “chemtrails” are a conspiracy theory and don’t exist. Now, all of a sudden, they want to chemtrail the entire planet in order to “save” us all from global warming. …

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Consent Videos: A Deconstruction By Ian Wilson LL.B

     Non-Christian types, now the majority, who like to have extra-marital sex, have big problems today, due to the feminist rape culture, #MeTooism, you name it. One response of the plebs is getting a recorded account of consent:

     What do my brother and sister lawyers think of this one?

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Evil UN Migration and Refugee Pacts By Peter West

     While it seems that Australia will not be signing the UN Migration Pact, James Reed has raised the issue about whether there is a backdoor that has been created with the Un Refugee Pact, which is running parallel with the Migration Pact. Is this a UN/globalist strategy to get the Refugee Pact in, which is even more of a threat than the Migration one? I surmise that Australia is not signing the Refugee pact as well, but at this point I don’t know for sure. As time is running out, I hope everyone will contact Pauline Hanson, Fraser Anning, and their local MP to get an answer. Andrew Bolt might be worth sending an email to, as he has a fine skill of getting to the bottom of things. The UN Migration Pact is set to deliver 60 million Third world people to Europe over the next few years, as part of an ethnoracial, ethnomasochistic, demographic replacement program, even though they all could be helped in their homelands.

     As expected, hate speech laws will be tightened to criminalise any criticism of this replacement program, which just gives the game away. An article from the mainstream media, The Sunday Express, has the headline, “PC Gone Mad: Criticising Migration could Become Criminal Offence Under New Plan”:

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No Union Flag on Queen’s birthday By Richard Miller

     After everything the Royal family has done to fit in with and support the present politically correct regime, i.e Markle the sparkle,  etc., and they get this for their trouble:

“Students at an Oxford college has voted against flying the Union Flag on the Queen's birthday because it is a 'symbol of colonialism'. The decision was made by 21 votes to six at a meeting of the Junior Common Room of Somerville College – whose alumni include Margaret Thatcher – last Sunday. The motion that was rejected also called for the flag to be flown on Remembrance Sunday and on the birthdays of other senior Royals, and for the Home Nation flags to flown on patron saints' days. According to the JCR minutes, one objector said: 'The Union Jack is not a unifying flag as many soldiers were forced to go into the war and it is also a symbol of colonialism.”

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