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Monday, 18 July 2016 3:35 PM
RE: Voting Above the Line
For the Senate, the legislation requires voters to either number :
I have just spent about one hour searching the Internet to dis- uncover seven titles in PDF by Professor Anthony Sutton. I also did a search on YouTube, you can use the link above, to also dis- uncover many videos and audio archives of this man's work.
Cory Bernardi (Australian liberal senator) and Jeremy Corbyn (British labor party leader) are both rallying the troops into divisive camps to support the upcoming campaign/s against those horrid opposition people who won't do as 'they' say.
Labor in Britain has recently gained (in a 48 hour window) as many as 155,000 'new members' to vote for the leader of 'their chosing' rather than allow the leader be elected by the existing labor party members. They want to have a say but the labor elites and labor politicians do not want them to, so have imposed a £25 tarriff onto the £3 membership requirements in order to vote. The payment psychology is clever in that it obliges ongoing commitment to the cause regardless of the outcome.
How many Australians understand the importance of their Constitution and its Common Law roots?
This article is intended to introduce some thoughts on the importance of our nation’s Constitution and Legal systems.
Written quite a number of years ago, Hewlett Edwards takes us back into British history where the direction of the British peoples was dramatically altered and the foundational Constitutional concepts were being lost to sight.
I WENT AND HID THY TALENT IN THE EARTH
by Hewlett Edwards
Martin of Patteshull, Dean of St. Paul’s: William of Raleigh, Bishop of Winchester; Henry of Bracton, Archdeacon of Exeter Cathedral. These and those around them (1154-1272 ) were the formulators of Common Law, unique and of England.
Continuing over generations this formulation did not consist merely in the redrafting of something which existed, or the devising of something new. Such men were not isolated intellectuals detached from their own time and generation but were the outcome of age-long Christendom.
First, what they had behind them in their great work was Christian tradition and its interpretation in Canon Law, second immemorial custom, slowly acquiring the weight of law; and third Natural Law which, as Stephen Langton said, is binding on Princes and Bishops alike, there being no escape from it.
Clifford Hugh Douglas originally delivered an address on “The International Idea” to a London audience and it was later reproduced in "The New Age," Jan. 14th, 1932.
Upon reading Jo Nova’s website article: “Wind Power Sucks Money and Electricity in South Australia”, our thoughts went to what Douglas observed all those years ago.
The main points of Douglas’ address bearing on Jo Nova’s article are dot pointed here. Keep in mind, in this modern money-economy no large or small enterprise can ‘get off the ground’ without the necessary financial/banking backing:
· Society at the present time is a battle ground of two fundamentally opposed ideas and the future of society (now civilisation ..ed) likely to be determined by which of those ideas shall prevail.
· One of these ideas, is the breaking down of all differences, social and national, and the setting up of a world state.
· And evidence to the contrary offers no evidence or argument to the Internationalist.
The idea is impervious to the assault of fact.
· There is a perfectly straightforward and practical explanation of this propaganda for internationalism, and for practical purposes one does not really need to look far.
· Hardly a day passes without a leading article in leading newspapers remarking, as though it were axiomatic, that the world is one economic unit, and that no adjustment of the present discontents can be expected which does not proceed from international agreement.
· This opinion, is never argued; it is always stated as though it were obvious to the meanest intellect.
· The simplest explanation of this is that if you only make a subject large enough and involve a sufficiently large number of people in the solution of it, you can rest assured that you will never get a solution.
· If you can super-impose upon that by means of a controlled Press, Broadcasting, and other devices of a similar nature, something that you call "public opinion'' (because it is the only opinion which is articulated) you have a perfect mechanism for a continuous dictatorship.
· A dictatorship with power but not responsibility.
· Almost equally obvious, and probably equally true - local sovereignty, particularly as it extends to finance, is a barrier to the supremacy of international finance.
· The mentality which is attracted by the Internationalist idea is incapable of distinguishing between numbers, things, and individuals.
· It is a type of mentality which is fostered and ultimately becomes inseparable from people who deal with nothing but figures, and is, the reason why the banker in particular is fundamentally unsuited for the position of reorganiser of the world.
· No banker as such, has any knowledge of large undertakings. He thinks he has, because he deals with large figures, and he mistakes the dealing with large figures as being equivalent to dealing with large numbers of things and people.
· The idea at the root of the International Idea - you can obtain an elaborate series of statistics regarding the populations of the world and put a committee down at Geneva, or elsewhere, to legislate for them on the basis of statistics. (italics added…ed)
· An idea never accepted by anyone who has ever run or organised a small business,
· The qualifications for organising the whole world have never been checked by any kind of laboratory experiment. They are, in fact, in exactly the position of a would-be bridge builder who is ignorant both of the Theory of Structures and the Strength of Materials.
The word 'religion' comes from two Latin words: the prefix ‘re’ as in repay, return, etc., and ‘ligare’ which means ‘to bind’. A ligament, which is a fibrous tissue connecting bones or cartilages, stems from the same Latin root as ligare, from which comes the English word 'religion'. In medicine a ligature is a thread used to tie or bind a vessel.
Therefore, when I think of 'religion' (the noun) I am thinking of a 'set of beliefs' by which a person is guided, a 'set of beliefs' which he 'binds back to' - and applies in his life (‘religion’ the verb). One should clearly distinguish between the noun and the verb.
Even atheists and agnostics have their own 'religion', their own ‘binding back’ to a ‘set of beliefs’. Just because they don't believe in a higher spiritual Being, or a spiritual dimension of Life, doesn't mean they don't have their own belief system! And what about the 'fruits' of party politics?
Fabian socialist labor prime ministers of Australia, Gough Whitlam, Bob Hawke and Paul Keating most certainly had a set of beliefs, out of which stemmed the policies they imposed upon this nation. They most certainly did apply their 'religion'! Just as liberal prime ministers Malcolm Fraser and John Howard continued with the very same set of beliefs and as Malcolm Turnbull’s ‘Liberals’ will now also do.
I came across another article about the poor financial status of the younger generation.
The article subliminally attempts to divide the young and the old, pitting the generations against each other, as if one generations good fortune is the fault that causes the other generation to miss out. This is the Marxist dialectic - the Marxist philosophy. It is the way the Marxist views the world, their reality. It is not my reality of an abundant world, a world where there is more than enough and my cup runneth over.
The article fails to realistically look at the abundance of the material world. The author presents their point of view (philosophy) that there is a shortage, that there is a scarcity, (of which there is not enough building materials, land, initiative and of course finance) so these young may never own their own home, and it is the fault of the older generation. This is a religious point of view, dialectical materialism or puritanism. Both capitalist and communist have this same point of view.
The article does not look at finance as a 'policy of a philosophy', but that is what it is. The financial policy is formulated to always present a shortage, a scarcity to the community in order to ensure they are always kept poor in order to control them. Had the financial policy being based on a philosophy of abundance, then there would be sufficient finance to purchase what each community is capable of producing. The material wealth of each generation would be based on what is physically possible by that generation. The wages of the younger generation have stagnated and not followed the increased cost of houses. But have houses really cost more to produce (materials and energy), or is that an outcome of financial policy? There is no question of the disparity of wages and final costs of production - (A & B theorum), only of charts and trends.
With automation, advanced control technology, robotics, computer science and the like, we are able to set machines to do the tasks of many, many men. The curse of Adam has been lifted. We must open our eyes to see it, to place our Faith (our outworking of our philosophy) into a 'new financial system' that reflects the abundance, the wonderful provision that is before us.
G.K. Chesterton believed that we all needed to stand on our heads so that we could see things the right way up. This topsy-turvydom is not mere Chestertonian madness or “paradox” but a practical way of reorienting our perspective. We often believe that we see things the right way up and we, therefore, take our perception of things for granted. If, however, we are seeing things askew without knowing it, standing on our heads will allow us to see them from the new angle necessary to see them correctly. Solzhenitsyn’s words are a case in point. They show us that true multiculturalism in the form of a plurality of thriving national cultures is a good thing. The problem is not that multiculturalism is bad but that the form of it we are being sold by the globalists is not really multiculturalism at all.
As events are unfolding in Turkey, it appears the leaders there were aware of the planned coup and had their own plans ready to immediately remove opposition to their power base, thus causing Turkey to fall into a dictatorship. It is noted those arrested appear to be mostly political, military and judiciary people. 8 weeks from the resignation of the Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu to a dictatorship by the President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
A similar event occured, using legal mechanisms available at the time, in Germany to do the same. I have placed a wikipedia timeline of this 1933-34 event at the bottom of this post.
Over the last week, political events around the world have highlighted again how vitally important active engagement in the political process is.
Britain has voted for BREXIT, causing the then Prime Minister to resign, but what is more bizarre is that it appears the Murdoch press has been instrumental in influencing the outcome of his replacement, with no vote of the party membership (as per the party constitution), simply a vote by those party representatives in Parliament (super-delegates). This extraordinary power was previously demonstrated, as mentioned in previous articles, when Tony Abbott was replaced by Malcolm Turnbull two weeks after Murdoch described Australia as ungovernable.
The other significant event that has highlighted the fragility of the Republic of Turkey, has been the resignation of the Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu seven weeks ago, the military coup and now the purging of the military and arrest of thousands of judges and prosecutors. This places the president Recep Tayyip Erdogan as absolute ruler. It is not necessary to draw a longbow to see who benefits from the situation in Turkey.
At the time Hewitt Edwards wrote the article below (1936), CH Douglas was drawing crowds of 20,000 people to present the social credit case for financial reform. Douglas was able to illustrate that the machine age, automation and technology was supplanting labour as a necessary requirement for industry. The financial depression (imposed by the central financial houses of the world) affected everybody, but the vision that Douglas saw was not so apparent.
Today, this vision is apparent. Robots, self driving vehicles, fully automated processes, advanced control, computer technology and sadly even robotic warfare is there for all to see. A world of industry not requiring the human drudgery of labour is before us.
There is a belief that Donald Trump (or our own Pauline Hanson) will somehow turn things around. Trump is presented as a father figure, but our view is that on his own, he can't fix what is broken in America. Even if Trump were sincere, he will be neutralised by the administration. But if individuals, pursuing the correct policies, get along side him, adhering with the correct rules of association, that is a completely different story. We need to make our Constitution and political representatives work for us. This can only be done if we the people play our part in this Constitutional Monarchy.
Each person must ask themselves:
“what can I do in order to bring about a restoration of democracy? and then do it”.
You will need to work along side and get behind those willing (representatives and other actionists) to ensure we all work together for the desired outcome - the restoration of democracy in Australia.
extracted from Our Sham Democracy or The Majority Vote Racket by James Guthrie
A democratic country is a country where the people can exercise effective control over their government's actions. If the people cannot exercise effective control, then the country is in the hands of a dictatorship. Democratic government is the only alternative to a dictatorship, and this is probably its only justification for existence, albeit an all-sufficient one....
Governments have never been over-keen to provide electors with an opportunity to have a say concerning policy. When electors are given the opportunity to make a decision on one basic question at a time, there is every chance a responsible vote will be recorded.
CH Douglas observed that people rarely react to theories; they react to facts, to experience. The theory of the EU did not hold up to facts. This was clearly demonstrated with the BREXIT vote. The British vetoed ongoing membership of the European Union.
Yesterday (sunday, 10th July) the outcome of the election became more apparent. Both major party leaders immediately moved into ‘endorsement and support’ for electronic voting, arguing that the delay of eight days in achieving a result is too long.
Electronic voting has the potential for massive fraud. In 2014 a federal parliamentary committee recommended against e-voting because it was vulnerable to hacking and could "catastrophically" compromise the Australia's electoral system. Read the Joint Standing Committee Report here:
It is that time of the year again for our electrical meter to be read. In South Australia it is read every 3 months. We decided about 6 months ago against the offer to install a smart meter and opted out. As part of that opt-out I placed a padlock across the meterbox-door to stop any unknown entry without significant effort. I also informed the power company that we did not wish to participate in the exercise. We also placed a weather proof sign to inform anyone who approached the meter that to install this type of meter was against our wishes.
We have had to install a new air-conditioner and fridge in the previous 12 months, so the smart technology within each appliance was a contributing factor in our selection.
There has been numerous calls from coalition, green, NXT and other independent politicians, for a Royal Commission into banking and the financial services sector, and for very good reason: