Anti-gay, Sexist and Too White! Why, the NSW Labor, Of Course! by Mrs Vera West

My dear, at first I thought that they were referring to us, but then I remembered that the establishment policy is to keep quiet and ignore us, and let us just wither away… well at least me at my advanced old age.
But no, the reference is to the too white, sexist and homophobic NSW Labor, by Rose Jackson, NSW Labor’s assistant secretary:

Homophobic? Apparently there has not been an openly lesbian or gay person elected to a lower house constituency. I am shocked. And so it goes on.
Well, Jackson may be a woman, but she is white, and in accordance to the philosophy of white privilege, she should put her money where her mouth is, resign and let a migrant take her job. Do it Rose, and I am sure that the halo that will appear around your head will null the pain of unemployment.

Letter to The Editor

To The Australian

Dr Peter Abelson, the Mayor of Mosman, is perfectly entitled to decline an invitation to attend a Jewish function because of his deep concern about Israeli occupation of the West Bank ('Rabbi pans mayor's anti-Israel "boycott"', 16/1). He is seeking to send a message to Israel and its supporters and has the right to do so. His action does not necessarily mean that he is failing to represent Jews who live in Mosman: that responsibility does not require him to attend this particular function or to be silent about Middle Eastern events.

He is not 'holding Jews collectively responsible for actions of the state of Israel' - some Jews, yes, but not all Jews. Nor are the pronouncements of the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance to be taken as Holy Writ. That body appears to be too ready to censor political opinions it feels to be against certain Jewish interests.
NJ, Belgrave , Vic

Questioning Alleged Black Athletic Superiority by Charles Taylor

Black athletic superiority, over Whites and Asians, has been widely supported by those believing that racial differences are real: including White racialists and the pro-Black movement.
Eighty per cent of American pro-basketball players are Black and two thirds of American pro-footballers. So are most heavy weight American boxers (but not lighter weights). The marathon has been dominated by East Africans.

All true and undeniable. The racial theory then goes on to claim that Blacks dominate these sports because of a higher ratio of fast twitch to slow twitch muscle fibers. Never mind the fact that this distinction between muscle fibers is questioned by some physiologists and that its identification criteria are said to be logically circular, and that there may be a slow-to-fast muscle fire transition: In any case, Blacks, they say, have the genetic edge – they are just too good for the wore-out old White man.

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Secession: Dissenting Thoughts: On Saving Our Race and People by Peter West

Perhaps the elite are right in saying that the Australia of the past is finished. Don Watson, Paul Keating’s speechwriter had that “Australia” –  a multicultural, feminised post-Mabo minestrone – cannot be brought under a collective “national identity”: G. Pemberton, “Identity Crisis,” The Weekend Australia, June 25-26, 1994, p. 30.
And that was back in the good old days of the ‘90s.

As much as one would hate to agree with him, perhaps he is right: things have gone too far and a grand divorce is in order.
The idea of secession, the breakup of Australia, done by Whites, rather than as a product of Aboriginal recognition, has had its champions, who have come and gone. I have leaflets from the New Queensland Movement and the Western Australia Secession Association, which now seem to have fallen away.

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Crushed by Debt (Not the 1 Percenters Who Have $116.6 Trillion) by James Reed

As a very informative article by Claire Connelly states “homes are less affordable, jobs are less secure, a growing number of people are forced into part-time work, and more and more people are struggling to pay their bills and must therefore cope with a greater burden of debt.” (ABC News, December 8, 2016)
Around 15 percent of willing labourers are not working, all while negative economic growth is occurring, with the ABS stating that a 0.5 percent contraction in the seasonally-adjusted GDP growth for the September quarter had occurred. The article observes: “There has been a deliberate attack on worker’s capacity to gain wages – it is not an accident that real wages are flat.”

Meanwhile, during the last six years, the rich have gotten richer and the poor, vastly poorer, according to the Swiss bank Suisse’s 2016 review of the world’s wealth. Nearly half of the world’s wealth ($US 255 trillion) is owned by 0.7 percent of the population:
Houston, we have a problem.

The Myth of Martin Luther King and Abe Lincoln: Founders of the New Morality by Charles Taylor

One of the central figures who began the present regime of politically correct morality is Martin Luther King, and Martin Luther King Day is, in the United States, on the third Monday in January each year here in the United States, an honour bestowed upon no other American. The media go into a frenzy of adulation for “Dr” King. Does he deserve this?

First, his name is Michael King. King was the son of a black preacher known as “Daddy King.” In 1935 Daddy King decided to name himself after the Protestant reformer Martin Luther, and he asked his congregation to refer to his son as “Martin Luther King Jr.” However, the name change was never legalised and there is no evidence that King was ever bothered by this.

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Obama: The Fake president by Chris Knight

One of the remarkable news stories which occurred in mid-December 2016, which was ignored by both the establishment and alternative new sites, was Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s closing of his Obama birth certificate probe. The controversial Arizona sheriff of Maricopa county had been investigating the authenticity of the birth certificate that Obama had posted on the White House website, a response that Obama made at the time to probes by Donald Trump.

Investigator Mike Zullo showed a video at a press conference, the video focussing on nine areas on the birth certificate that showed it was a fake. Essentially, the date stamps on the lower-left portion of the birth certificate, according to forensic computer experts, had their angles identical to the birth certificate of Johanna Ah’Nee, whose birth certificate was allegedly used as a template for the forged Obama document.
The document purporting to be Obama’s birth certificate seems to be a scanned and printed computer document, according to these experts.
This is fascinating viewing.

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The Sensible Religiosity of the Masses by Bruce Bennett

An article on the eve of Christmas Eve by Tim Montgomerie (“Western Elites Would Do Well to Understand the Masses’ Religiosity,” The Australian, December 23, 2016, p. 8), he points out that one of the mistakes made by Hillary Clinton was to assume that Christians would reject Donald Trump. But Trump promised Christians judges who would oppose abortion rights and uphold religious freedom.

Montgomerie goes on to say that journalists, primarily non-religious, have little knowledge about religion and tend to be dismissive of it. Perhaps they should all read a little booklet by psychologist Ronald Conway, On the Need for Religion in a Secular Society (1989).
Conway argues that religion, especially Christianity, is not about social work and worldly behaviour. Religion is about attitudes towards God and the divine, and how man should live in the light of such questions.

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Bernart Salt’s Weird Urban Algebra: Much Too Salty! by Brain Simpson

Bernard Salt (“Global Cities Offer Us a Lesson on Population,” The Australian, December 1, 2016, p. 28) offers us a lesson in urban algebra, or comparative urban development. He compares various global cities with Melbourne and finds that Melbourne is almost a population desert.
New York contains 24 million residents; Manhattan Island has a population density of four times that of Melbourne and Paris, six times. Thus compared to America and European standards Australian cities have only a modest population density.

The sub-text here, no doubt is that Australia should become just as dense as America and European cities. All that however, ignores numerous factors, such as the ecological support base of such cities, such as water supply. New York has no such problem with water. As well, Manhattan and Paris can maintain the population levels that they support because they serve as concentrated business and cultural centres, supported by vast resources outside of their cities, constantly shipped and trucked in. The cities are highly artificial constructs.

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The Treason of the Intellectuals by James Reed

Over the Christmas break period, I set about cleaning up my book shelf, getting ready for the grim reaper. Don’t leave it until it is too late I say. So I write this as I flip through some older books all on the theme of the intellectuals and the new class. The idea of the “treason of the intellectuals” is now pretty well out there so out go these books, committed to the flames to increase my carbon footprint and help prevent the next ice age, in a small way.

Paul Johnson, Intellectuals, (Weidenfeld and Nicolson, London, 1988); a big book with lots of dirt on so called great minds like Rousseau, Shelly, Marx, Ibsen, Hemingway, Bertrand Russell, Brecht, Sarte, Norman Mailer. There is something wrong with all of them personally, and they all hold to the idea that they are superior to us common folk and that society will be better if their ideas were adopted. In fact, as shown by Marx and others, their ideas are disasters, responsible for untold human misery.

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We must always keep the fact firmly fixed in our minds, that genuine democracy is decentralised control of policy making. This is in harmony with the Christian philosophy that all power and authority should arise from within the Individual, who should have the greatest possible self-determination.

There are two basic philosophies in the world, each diametrically opposed to the other; obviously these two philosophies and the policies arising from them, result in two different types of organisation. All organisation has to do with the association of individuals.

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What if the First Humans Came from Australia, Not Africa? The Myth of the Aborigines as a First People by Brian Simpson

I return to an issue that I briefly discussed last year: what if the first humans came from Australia, not Africa, contrary to the received “Out-Of-Africa” anthropological hypothesis? Here I will explore this interesting idea further, citing Internet sources.

One article “Out-of-Africa Yesterday, Australia Today and the Pleiades Tomorrow – Part 1,” at, says that the original molecular geneticists who first coined the “African Eve” name, had “conceded errors in their original research then dismissed Africa and repositioned Australia as the birthplace of Homo Sapiens sapiens.” The article quotes one as saying: “It seems too far out to admit, but while Homo erectus was muddling around the rest of the world, a few erectus had got to Australia and did something dramatically different – not even with stone tools – but it is here that Homo sapiens emerged and evolved.”

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Who Would Have Thought That Terrorists Would Exploit Australia Visa System Flaws by James Reed

Australia since the end of the White Australia Policy has been moving pretty much to open borders immigration. This can’t be done overnight, just as the ethno-racial change of the Anglo-Saxon population – 97 percent at Federation – had to be done by the Fabian strategy of gradualism. Nevertheless, that is the direction.

At the turn of the new year, the Immigration Minister said that terrorists were exploiting flaws in the temporary visa system. (The Weekend Australian, December 31 2016-January 1, 2017, p. 1) Terrorists convicted and serving sentences in Australian gaols had used fake passports and spousal, tourist and humanitarian visas.
To counter this, the government intends to improve visa risk assessments and strengthen the citizenship character test.
All these measures are a joke which will do nothing. The problem is immigration itself and the profound ethno-cultural changes which it produces. With free immigration, terrorists and extremists will always enter the country.

The Costs of Foreign Domination of Australian Agriculture by James Reed

The  ATOs Corporate Tax Transparency List for 2014-2015, has revealed the ugly truth that dozens of foreign multinational companies that have made billions buying and selling Australian agricultural commodities have paid no tax: Apparently these multinationals all made losses, some for the second year in a row. The companies span the entire Australian agricultural sector of grain, wool, dairy, wine, pork and other commodities.
If such companies make losses then why are they still operating here? Clearly we Australians, due to our absurdly biased tax laws, written to benefit the multinationals over locals, are being taken once again down the river. Wake up Australia!

Post-Truth? by James Reed

The Oxford English Dictionary organisation claimed that the word of the year for 2016 was “post-truth.” 
“Post-truth,” the OED says, is used as an adjective “relating to or denoting circumstances in which objective facts are less influential in shaping public opinion than appeals to emotion and personal belief.”

The definition seems to imply that there can be “subjective facts,” which is more than a little odd, since “facts” have always been associated with objectivity. It also implies that there is such a thing as truth. That, of course, is not a problem for us, but for the postmodern Left it is, because, well, everything is a social construction, and that certainly includes truth. So the whole post-truth concept appears to be inconsistent with the rest of the absurd Leftoid ideology.
Be that as it may, post-truth has been used by the chattering class of the Left to explain everything they don’t like, such as Brexit and the triumph of Donald Trump. (The Australian, December 10-11, 2016, p. 20) The “deluded” masses, who haven’t yet fulfilled their revolutionary role, have been swayed by emotion and subjective factors.  This seems to be a return to classical Marxism, with its ideas of hegemony and false consciousness. It just goes to show that the Left have really no new ideas, but just turn over the compost in the garbage can of their decaying philosophies.

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The Neocon’s declaration of war against Trump by The Saker

After several rather lame false starts, the Neocons have now taken a step which can only be called a declaration of war against Donald Trump.

It all began with CNN published an article entitled “Intel chiefs presented Trump with claims of Russian efforts to compromise him” which claimed that:

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“Fake News”: From Russian Hacking to Pizzagate by Chris Knight

“Fake news” and the alleged hacking of the Democrats by the Russians during the US elections, were the buzz international stories over the Christmas break. “Fake news” arose as an establishment response to news it did not like, especially items critical of the elites and migrants. Thus, the German government wanted new laws to prosecute social media outlets such as Facebook for publishing so-called “fake news” and “hate messages’ – defined as criticism of the said groups:

In responding to this, Facebook will now label “fake news,” using liberal “fact checkers” such as Snopes, and PolitiFact. But these “fact checkers,” according to, “have records of left-wing partisanship,” as revealed in the 2016 US presidential election. Thus, it was claimed by PolitiFact that it was “mostly false” (whatever that means), when Donald Trump claimed in a presidential debate that Hillary Clinton wanted “open borders.” This was said even though Hillary Clinton was on record as saying at a speech to bankers: “My dream is a hemispheric common market, with open trade and open borders.”

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Slavery, the White Guilt Complex and Political Correctness by Charles Taylor

Recently there have been a number of US academics who have said that because whites have “benefited from slavery and are complicit in it,” they should all commit “mass suicide.” This genocide should be made whether or not one’s ancestors were involved in slavery, which is a new, wide concept of racial guilt. No matter that the number of deaths would vastly outnumber the number of slaves who ever existed anywhere; whitey must die, die, die!

This is a kind of collective racial guilt, now a growing part of Leftism, and a new level in insane political correctness:;;

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The news reports are that Pauline has ‘dumped’ One Nation’s 2018 Bundamba candidate Shan Ju Lin because of her ‘anti-gay’ comments and Pauline insists she will not let people trash her or her party.
Excuse me Pauline, I don’t think this issue is about you and your party, I think it is about Shan Ju Lin seeking to represent the people of the Queensland electorate of Bundamba.

I was interested in the advice former One Nation politicians had for Pauline.  After all, less than four months after four One Nation Senators were sworn in, Western Australia’s Rod Culleton has quit the party in disgust.  The coming judgement of the High Court will be of interest in his case.

Advice for Pauline Hanson from the ‘independent spirits’ of One Nation’s past 
ABC Home, 22 Dec 2016
Dorothy Pratt: 
1998 — 1999 QLD One Nation MP
1999 — 2012 QLD Independent MP
“Communicate. Communicate, communicate, communicate. Most of the people who join One Nation have very independent spirits. When it’s dogmatic, independent spirit is bucked.”
(I don’t think Pauline Hanson has learnt this lesson yet…ed)

Jeff Knuth: 
1998 — 1999 QLD One Nation MP
1999 — 2000 QLD New Country Party MP
2000 — 2001 QLD City Country Alliance MP
“Pauline Hanson needs to start trusting people a little more. There are a lot of people out there who can help her and advise her. But there are also a lot of opportunists. She needs to keep her guard up and use her wisdom.”

David Dalgleish: 
1998 — 1999 QLD One Nation MP
1999 — 2001 QLD City Country Alliance MP
“We all have time for Pauline, it’s Pauline that needs to find time for us. We were a by-product. She gets a bee in her bonnet, I think she just needs to stop and have a good deep and meaningful conversation.”

Ken Turner:
1998 — 1999 QLD One Nation MP
1999 — 2001 QLD Independent MP
“Pauline Hanson’s communication was no good. She never came to my office once. She never came to Townsville. A leader should do those things. It would make an absolute difference.  Talk about local things, local issues. Put them on a list then prioritise them, she will get elected again if she does that.”