Hard Love: Dealing with the New “Stolen Generation” by Tom North

Former Keating government attorney-general Michael Lavarch, the architect of the Bringing Them Home Report (1995), has said that indigenous child removals is almost reaching 10 percent of all indigenous children and is set to create a new “Stolen Generation.” (The Australian, October 6, 2016, p. 8)

The Bringing Them Home Report claimed that the removal of mixed-blood children in the past constituted a form of “genocide”. High school children are taught, and university Arts/social science youths are indoctrinated, with the idea that this was a “racist” program, rather than an attempt to save children from harm. There were many articles in Quadrant over the years arguing that the “stolen generation” was the “saved generation,” and in general the courts found against applicants.
See: https://quadrant.org.au/opinion/history-wars/2010/03/the-stolen-generations/.
Nevertheless, learning from history, child-welfare authorities probably should abandon addressing what they take to be the neglect and abuse of indigenous children because down the track this will be condemned as “racist.”
It is the elites who are saying that there is no problem here, only a lack of “cultural sensitivity,” so one may as well run with this and avoid another “Stolen Generation.” If this leads to disaster, let the guilt be upon them for once.

The Corruption of the Universities: What Else is New? by James Reed

The Washington Times, (October 6, 2016), reports that on US universities liberal professors outnumber conservatives by nearly 12 to 1. The study equated Democrats and liberals, and Republicans, and conservatives, which is problematic in itself, since Republicanism is today very much liberal and just another form of the Democrats.

They certainly are a party of “cuckservatives” and if Trump has none nothing else he had shown that. They are almost as degenerate of the Australian Liberal Party.

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Obviously with ‘tongue in cheek’ Tim Blair of The Daily Telegraph (October 4, 2016) asked the question “Is Gaia Dead?” and went on to quote James Lovelock (now 97 years of age) who recently said “Climate alarmism is not remotely scientific”. 

Of course Lovelock was not “the great planet-spirit’s creator” – it was a term he used which Geoffrey Dobbs thought was a mistake.     In Greek mythology Gaia was the mother goddess who presided over the earth. She was the mate of Uranus and the mother of the Titans and the Cyclopes.

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The trouble with wind
South Australia has on average over 40 per cent of its internally generated electricity derived from wind. This is one of the highest levels in the world for a load with a relatively small interconnection with other sources (the two interconnectors with Victoria have a capacity to supply about 20 per cent of the state's needs).
Wind/solar generation has two features that are of concern.

The first is that it is intrinsically high cost. As a mature technology, it will remain three times the cost of coal powered generation in Australia. It can only compete because it is subsidised by a regulatory charge on the consumer (thereby also not facing the same scrutiny if its support was through the Budget). It receives the subsidy whenever it runs, hence wind has an incentive to generate whenever it can, forcing established fossil fuel plant to be placed offline.

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“Faith is Fragile” wrote South Australian Senator Cori Bernardi and he says he wasn’t referring to a ‘religious’ faith.  He continued:  “Faith is fragile. Once it is lost, it is very hard to see it restored.”
“To many, the sentence above will be seen through the lens of religious faith alone, but the fragility of faith extends far beyond that realm.  Our society depends on faith; faith in our institutions and in others is the single most important ingredient that unites our society.
If we believe that our highly evolved system of interaction, discipline and ethics is working for our betterment then we are more likely to respect it. In short, we have faith in it.  But when we lose confidence in the system, the system itself starts to break down. For many, that seems to be happening now…”

Presidential candidate Hilary Clinton has provided the whole world with a clear example of why people are losing ‘faith’ in their nation’s politicians, politics, systems and institutions – they are no longer credible!  These types are faithless to their own people, their own nation.
Leaked emails show Clinton professing different messages

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First heartbeat of babies as early as 16 days after conception - study

Ref: https://www.rt.com/uk/362556-first-heartbeat-of-babies/
The first tick of a baby’s heart happens as early as 16 days after conception, according to a new study by researchers at the University of Oxford. Initially, analysts said the heart muscle contracted to beat eight days after conception in mice, roughly equating to 21 days in a human pregnancy. However, Oxford University teamed up with the British Heart Foundation (BHF) and found that the first heartbeat in babies happens much sooner. 

BHF Professor Paul Riley, a leading researcher at the university said the team wanted to better understand how the heart develops.

“We are trying to better understand how the heart develops and ultimately what causes the heart defects that develop in the womb before birth and to extrapolate to adult heart repair,” Riley said.
“By finding out how the heart first starts to beat and how problems can arise in heart development, we are one step closer to being able to prevent heart conditions from arising during pregnancy,” he added.
Professor Riley also said that his team hoped the findings could bring them closer to being able to mend damaged muscle following a heart attack.
“We also hope that this new research will help us to learn how the beating of new heart muscle cells might be triggered in replaced muscle after a heart attack,” he said.

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Here Come Thousands of Terrorists by Peter Ewer

A counter-terrorism conference has heard that the collapse of ISIS will lead to thousands of fighters returning back to the West. (The Australian, October 7, 2016, p. 2) It was also heard that the frequency of terrorist attacks was on the rise to in the West and Islamic radicalisation was occurring quickly. There was, according to analysis by the Institute for Economics and Peace, a 650 percent increase in terrorism-related deaths between 2014 and 2015.
Returning terrorists will increase the lethality of terrorist attacks and also that of home-grown terrorists who did not go to Syria and Iraq, presumably through training. Our Financial Services Minister has said that “terrorism has the potential to cause significant damage to domestic economies” and would be a shock to “financial institutions or systems, on investor and consumer confidence, and on tourism.”

Common sense would dictate simply not letting these fighters back in, since the Federal Police have said that it will be difficult due to lack of evidence (due to security secrets) to charge them. But my bet is that not a single one will be prevented from returning to this land where all immigration is sacred.

The Elite are Stuck on This Planet with Us And If We Die, They Die Too by Brian Simpson

I have often thought that the project of the global super capitalists is so stupid that they must be preparing to leave the Earth, when chaos rules. Yet a recent report in the journal Scientific Reports indicates that galactic cosmic rays are likely to lead to space travellers developing “space brain,” a form of neurological degeneration with cognitive impairment, memory deficits and depression. And this is only from a three-year trip to Mars and back, let alone a life in space. (The Australian, October 11, 2016, p.3)

So the elite are stuck with us on this globe. There is no escape, so maybe it is time to recognise that if we die, then they will die too. The fates of all peoples are now interconnected.

One Nation Senator Brian Burston Maiden Speech

Senator BURSTON (New South Wales) (17:33): I acknowledge Australia's historic nation, forged by Christian explorers and pioneers from Britain and other European lands who created the federal Commonwealth under the Crown, and I acknowledge Australia's first peoples, the Aborigines and Torres Strait Islanders, who have become valued members of our nation.

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Ref: http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/blogs/tim-blair/sun-sets-on-sunsets/news-story/f5d3c3e33c7551dda49d0d914175f1f6
Tim Blair, The Daily Telegraph
Weren’t lefties telling us just a week or so ago that politics should be kept out of the climate debate?

Let’s see what those same lefties have to say about this press release from Southern Cross University, which is launching some kind of Greens-breeding program in NSW schools:

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One Nation senator Brian Burston calls for a new 'patriotic broadcasting corporation'

Ref: http://www.smh.com.au/federal-politics/political-news/one-nation-senator-brian-burston-calls-for-a-new-patriotic-broadcasting-corporation-20161011-grzi4c.html

A new "Patriotic Broadcasting Corporation" could better represent the identity of mainstream Australians and fight bias within the ABC, new One Nation senator Brian Burston said on Tuesday.

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Are these students for real with these "trigger warnings"?

Andrew Bolt, Herald Su

Rita Panahi:

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Could Trump be a Democratic plant? Is he trying to help Hillary?

Ref: https://www.quora.com/Could-Trump-be-a-Democratic-plant-Is-he-trying-to-help-Hillary
Did Bill Clinton play a role in Trump running? Are Trump & Hillary colluding? Is Trump working for the Dems? This is one of those questions that has been popping up on Quora in one form or another almost since he declared his candidacy.
And on one level, I get it. Whatever it might take to win the presidency, it seems like Trump keeps doing the opposite. But there are many, many, many problems with this theory.

First of all, the OP of this question said, “Trump can’t be that stupid.” [Edit: this was in a version of this question that was merged with the present question.]
In my experience, stupidity is one of the more powerful forces in the universe, and should never be underestimated. So, sure he can.

Read further here: https://www.quora.com/Could-Trump-be-a-Democratic-plant-Is-he-trying-to-help-Hillary
Also read here: http://theantimedia.org/trump-trying-lose-election/

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Who Would Have Thought: The Dalai Lama as an Immigration Critic! by Peter West

The Dalai Lama, head of the Tibetan Buddhist monks, said on ITV’s “Good Morning Britain” that refugees from the Middle East should return home for the purpose of rebuilding their country. The Dalai Lama, a refugee himself said: “The main effort should go to help their own country bring peace, in Syria, Libya or even Afghanistan. Generally, the people always feel, ‘oh one day we return.’ (They) should rebuild their own country.”

While accepting that refugees suffer, he felt that there were “too many at the moment. Europe, Germany in particular, cannot become an Arab country, Germany is Germany.”
However, as I see it, the globalist supercapitalists would be pleased for an Arab Germany and an Arab Europe. Beyond control of wealth – and face it, they already have that – is the goal of the slow and quiet extermination of the Nordic gene pool. As Northern European populations are small compared to the rest of the world, with below replacement birth rates due to the ethno-cultural wars beginning in the 1960s, these populations are ear-marked for demographic elimination.
No other hypothesis better accounts for all the data.

Mexico’s Immigration Double-Standard by Peter West

Armed with my trusty Spanish-English dictionary (and Google translator) I examined at Eluniversal.com, September 29, 2016: “Preocupa a la SRE Aumento de Nuevos Flujos Migratorios” – that Mexico is worried about a flood of African and Asian immigrants. The migrants are hoping to get into the US, perhaps concerned that Trump just might win and build his Great Wall of America.

Faced with this Mexico’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs has said that many will have to be returned to their home countries and the Mexican government is now working with countries of the origin of the immigrants on deportations.
Will the bleeding hearts now start protesting against Mexico? Of course not; that would be too difficult for their one-dimension minds to process.

Dog: ATO Bounty Hunter! by John Steele

Will we soon have people like Dog the bounty hunter, the American who on TV chases down all sorts of bad folk who haven’t paid fines? According to The Sydney Morning Herald, September 27, 206, the Australian Taxation Office is hiring debt collectors and the ATO are “putting prices on the heads of tax debts, with individual operators promised bonuses and incentives to “convince” debtors to pay-up.

There are fears that “high-pressure tactics” may be used and even “corruption” may occur! The article does not mention what these tactics might be. There is a photograph illustrating the article that at first looked to me like a hand holding a baseball bat – but, silly me, it was just a rolled up one-hundred-dollar bill. My mistake. How could I have thought that?
But, will we soon seen the Australian version of Dog on our reality TV? Where can I sign up?

Killing Me Softly with Chemo by Mrs Vera West

A study by M. Wallington (et al.), “30-Day Mortality after Systemic Anticancer Treatment for Breast and Lung Cancer in England: A Population-Based, Observational Study,” The Lancet Oncology, September 2016, presented some alarming news about chemotherapy.

Chemotherapy drugs have killed up to 50 percent of patients in some hospitals, within 30 days of starting chemotherapy. They died from the drugs rather than the cancer. It was found that 8.4 percent of patients with lung cancer and 2.4 percent of breast cancer patients died within 30 days of starting chemotherapy, but some hospitals had death rates of up to 50.9 percent. These hospitals have been asked by Public Health England (PHE) to review their practices, given that chemo drugs are “powerful medications(s) with significant side effects,” and that there are “potentially life threatening downsides to chemotherapy”: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/science/2016/08/30/chemotherapy-warning-as-hundreds-die-from-cancer-fighting-drugs/.

Literally, Losing Our Heads by Brian Simpson

Here is literally one for the Dr Frankenstein file of mad scientific developments (Natural News.com, September 30, 2016). An Italian doctor claims that he is able to transfer human consciousness to a new body by a head transplant. Experiments have been done in the past by transplanting the heads of one monkey onto another, with limited success as the body remained paralysed, and immune rejection led to the death of the monkey in days.

The Italian neurosurgeon Sergio Canavero hopes to perform the head transplant operation in 2017, fusing the head of a person with a debilitating disease to a body of a brain-dead donor. The operation will take 36 hours which would be highly stressful for the surgeon. It is not known if a severed human head, kept at low temperatures is even capable of survival, but the monkey experiments have motivated the attempt.
In the TV programme Futurama about life 1,000 years in the future, 20th century personalities as such Richard Nixon survive as disembodied heads in special “jars.” The world of Canavero goes one step beyond even that. The thought of inflicting our politicians upon future generations is just too much to endure.

The Question of Truth and Section 18C by Andrew Joyce

Perhaps one of the most disturbing features of section 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act is the way the legislation by-passes the question of truth, whether the offending statement is correct.
Section 18C provides that

(1) It is unlawful for a person to do an act, otherwise than in private, if:

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Dark Ages South Australia by James Reed

I remember the fun we had as kids when the power went out. Mum would fire up the hurricane lantern and we would cook baked beans on the woodstove. It was like indoor camping, Boy’s Own Annual, and we had a great time, a true adventure in our own house!
According to my brother in South Australia, who seems to have forgotten the good times which we had as kids, South Australia’s blackout from severe storms was “frightening.” There were trees uprooted and buildings destroyed, and extensive flood damage. As well, 80,000 lightning strikes were recorded.

There is apparently now a bit of a debate about the role that renewable energy had in the blackout and the vulnerabilities created from these sources due to rapid changes from output conditions and that renewables lack a reliable baseload generation. And there is the mystery as to why power lines north of Melrose toppled down while nearby trees did not. High voltage towers survived Queensland’s cyclones but severe winds in South Australia puts the whole place back to the dark ages. Please explain.

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