The Hypocrisy of Hillary By Chris Knight

     The main stream media was manic about a Russian conspiracy to change the course of the US election, by releasing “crooked” Hillary’s dirty secrets.  It did not matter to the MSM that there was dirt, only that something could be thrown at Trump.

     Now, they are awfully quiet about Hillary’s latest scandal, involving Russian attempts to acquire 20 percent of America’s uranium reserves:

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White Genocide Watch By Tom North

     The African editor of France’s leading newspaper Le Monde, Hamidou Anne, said recently: “La France blanche, chrétienne…est finie. Terminée…”: “White, Christian  France is finished. Terminated. The future of the world is race-mixing.”

     Well, no it is not.  China is not having any part of this, and is rapidly developing the technological superiority to deal with any Camp of the Saints invasion. Those Californian professors, advocating the genocide of white people, as a moral imperative, may get more than they bargained for, because they simply have not thought things through beyond their childish hatred:

Swedish Civil War By Paul Walker

     While the mainstream media heap burning hot coals upon Donald Trump for his alleged claim that British spiralling crime rates are due to Islamic terrorists, in Sweden it just depends on how one defines “terrorism”:

“Twenty members of the Moderate Party in Sweden have proposed the government deploys the armed forces in some of the country’s most dangerous no-go zones to combat “gang violence”.Sweden is being overtaken by Islamic no-go zones. Moderate Party politician Mikael Cederbratt declared:“It is absolutely necessary to do something, because these gangs are like cancerous tumours in our country, and it is urgent. My absolute belief is that we, the nation of Sweden, must declare war on criminal gangs”:

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     In a number of emails to Australian activists Wallace Klinck wrote:

What nonsense and mischievous use of words to manipulate human minds and emotions!  Transgender?  No such thing—a pure fabrication.  Homophobic?  Another linguistic construct.  Any one who is not “phobic” in front of a lava flow, or during an earthquake, or a deadly plague, or a violent riot, or while facing the barrel of a gun is not likely to be long for this world.  If it can be shown that homosexuality has adverse consequences then any minimally intelligent individual would surely be “phobic” of it to the extent warranted—which is anything but inconsequential.

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Letter to The Editor - right to defend Western culture and civilization

to THE AUSTRALIAN     Janet Albrechtsen is right to defend Western culture and civilization and a knowledge of its history free from distortion by political ideology (‘We risk going down as age that forgot history’, 21-22/10). However, her own grasp of what needs defending (‘our modern liberal project’) is imperfect. Her claim that ‘we are all equal, regardless of skin colour, creed, sex or sexuality’ is unrealistic. The differences between individuals, and between peoples, need to be admitted and respected. Within the realms of politics and the law it is equity and not equality that should be espoused.

     Secondly, while she rightly laments the lack of university teaching of the history of the mediaeval and renaissance periods, as well as of British constitutional history, she is silent about the deficiency of fundamental Christian theology which has contributed greatly to the current impasse. Christianity undergirded the spectacular growth of the Western world, but cannot now contribute to renewal if it does not experience a new birth.

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Libertarianism is Naïve By James Reed

     Libertarianism is a popular philosophy among free market loving folk in America, especially, but what does the doctrine really mean? Here we have a leading libertarian, Professor Hans-Hermann Hoppe,  sum it all up:

“The theoretical, irrefutable core of the libertarian doctrine is simple and straightforward and I have explained it already repeatedly at this place. If there were no scarcity in the world, human conflicts, or more precisely physical clashes, would be impossible. Interpersonal conflicts are always conflicts concerning scarce things.  I want to do A with a given thing and you want to do B with the same thing. Because of such conflicts—and because we are able to communicate and argue with each other—we seek out norms of behavior with the purpose of avoiding these conflicts. The purpose of norms is conflict-avoidance. If we did not want to avoid conflicts, the search for norms of conduct would be senseless. We would simply fight and struggle.  Absent a perfect harmony of all interests, conflicts regarding scarce resources can only be avoided if all scarce resources are assigned as private, exclusive property to some specified individual or group of individuals. Only then can I act independently, with my own things, from you, with your own things, without you and me clashing.”

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Hope Springs from Austria By Tom North

     Austria’s general election was won by the center-right People’s Party with 32 percent of the vote. The center-left Social Democrats got 27 percent, and  the nationalist Freedom Party got 26 percent of the vote.The leader of the winning People’s Party is Sebastian Kurz, who is 31 years old. One would have thought that he was a pinko but he has said: “Our goal is that we decide who can come to Europe, and we decide who we help, and that we don’t let the [people] smugglers decide … The concept of no borders is not going to work.”

     That gave the globalists heartburn again, having just expended a lot of energy neutralising Trump. Nevertheless, the beat goes on:

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Trump Finally Talks Some Immigration Sense By Charles Taylor

     We have come to see Trump as a controlled opposition, weak and nearly useless, but still better than mere nothing, because he still gets up the snouts of the elites on the odd occasion.

     Example: “Just out report: “United Kingdom crime rises 13% annually amid spread of Radical Islamic terror.” Not good, we must keep America safe!

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China’s Goal: World Conquest By James Reed

     I am not over-reacting, for words to this effect have appeared in the mainstream press: The Australian, October 18, 2017, p. 11.  There it is said that Xi Jinping is rapidly building China into a 21st century totalitarian state.  It is noted that Chairman Mao’s 30 years, which killed millions, is not viewed with any guilt, but accepted as not inferior to the next 30 years of modernisation.  In fact, Xi has taken Mao further building a society of complete IT surveillance. Yes, that is the nation which is set to build a city on our shores.

     What is done in China will ultimately be mirrored in the world as China hopes to rise to global domination. Xi champions globalism, while not practicing it for China which is the most protectionist country in the world, comprised of state run enterprises.

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What is Wrong with South Aussies? By James Reed

     Don’t get me wrong, some of my best friends and family are South Australians…but…I was surprised to read that Nick Xenophon, someone who voted to scuttle changes to section 18 C:    is almost twice as popular as the current South Australia Labor premier – does anyone know his name?    Have South Australians taken leave of their senses, or is the other guy, really that bad?

George Soros Goes to War By Charles Taylor

     When one has $ 18 billion to transfer to one’s Foundation, then you know it is business:

“Billionaire financier George Soros, known for donating to liberal causes, now commands one of the most powerful philanthropies in the United States after having moved $18 billion of his personal wealth into his Open Society Foundations.The philanthropy, launched in 1979 with scholarships to black South Africans under apartheid, supports efforts to promote justice and equality around the globe. The latest contribution vaults the charity into one of the biggest in the United States, behind those such as the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, founded by the Microsoft billionaires.“This is huge news, because he grants in a more political fashion that almost all of his peers,” said Eileen Heisman, chief executive of the National Philanthropic Trust, which sponsors donor-advised funds. “This is just going to put more dollars behind it.”

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Coming Our Way By Mrs Vera West

     What next in the gender bender agenda?  Well, we all live under the dark Satanic shadow of section 18 C, but California has new laws that enrich even that:

“A newly signed law signed by California Gov. Jerry Brown last week states that health care workers who choose not to address transgender patients by their preferred pronouns could face fines or jail time.The bill, which was signed into law Wednesday, is designed to protect transgender and LGBT individuals in hospitals, assisted living facilities, long-term care facilities, and retirement homes from discrimination and ensure their needs are met, such as letting them use the bathroom of their preferred gender.

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Fighting to Preserve the Christian Civilisation of the West By Chris Knight

     Some heavy-lifting European intellectuals – unlike anything which we have here in Australia – such as British philosopher Roger Scrutton, have issued “The Paris Statement”:

     The document rejects the cosmopolitanism and globalism of “human rights,” and the  “utopian, pseudo-religious crusade for a borderless world”.  They called for a Europe based on “Christian roots”,  rejected multiculturalism and drew inspiration from the “Classical tradition.” They wrote:

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Did a Helicopter Open Fire on the Las Vegas Crowd? By Charles Taylor

     Have a look at this before it is taken down. The flashes certainly look like gunfire from a helicopter into thew las Vegas crowd.

     The official narrative has been destroyed many times over by now:     Trump said in the US election that he would get to the truth of 9/11; maybe he ought to get to the truth of something that happened on his watch.

A Conspiracy, or What? By Charles Taylor

     This story is from the mainstream Los Angles Times, which amazingly enough is still printed in English:

“The story seemed straightforward: The unarmed security guard approached Stephen Paddock’s room on the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino, distracting the gunman and potentially saving lives.With a gunshot wound to his leg, he helped point officers to the gunman’s location and stayed behind to evacuate hotel guests.He was hailed a hero by many, even as the story changed. Twice.Now, the man that many want to honor and who can help bring clarity about the timeline of the shooting has vanished from the public eye.”

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Universities Drowning in Identity Politics By James Reed

     According to The Australian, October 17, 2017, p. 1, history courses at Australian universities are “lost” in identity politics, which means radical Left wing feminism, cultural Marxism and “queer’ studies etc. etc.  An audit of 746 history subjects over 35 universities, found that 244 (about one third), were based on identity politics. The understanding of the basis of Western civilisation still took place, but was declining:

     The conservative response to this is to increase the courses teaching the pillars of Western civilisation, which of course, is a great idea. But, what needs to be noted is that the long march through the universities by cultural Marxism is complete, and in humanities and Social Science topics, even involving the canon of Western civilisation, such a Shakespeare studies, postmodern philosophies and ideologies are used to deconstruct the “racist” texts of dead White males.  Discourse on White racism is spread right through all of these disciplines, and I know of a statistic methodology course at one university which is more about identity politics than mathematical methodology. The universities are full of fanatics, crazy people who do not deserve to be there, while decent scholars have been driven from the campuses long ago.

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The Great Exit By Charles Taylor

     Jim Goad has penned a thought-provoking piece about the present movement by Californians to leave the Union and become a separate state:

     Although there have been attempts at secession, the most recent, “Yes California” movement means serious business:

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Outing, “Out of Africa” Brian Simpson

     I have been interested in presenting available material refuting the current ideology in human pre-history studies, that humans evolved in Africa about 100,000 years ago, then migrated around the world. Africa is thus, the mother of us all, or so they say.

     As pointed out in the journal Renewal vol. 24, no. 1 September 2017, p. 7, the out of Africa hypothesis is inconsistent with a vast array of evidence. For example, it is pointed out that palaeontological evidence from a dig, in what is now San Diego, contradicts the hypothesis. In that dig palaeontologists found mastodon bones that had been broken apart, presumably by use of five large stones that were found next to them. Further tests were made on the breaking of modern elephant bones indicating that these 130,000 year-old bones, were broken by humans, the only creature capable of breaking the bones.

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A Part of China By James Reed

     News, very bad news, comes that 8 percent of new homes in Queensland sold between September 2016 and June 2017, were purchased by “non-residents,” mainly Chinese. But non-residents gobbled up 25 percent of new homes in New South Wales and 17 percent in Victoria over the same period:

     Then we have the next wave of colonisation, harking back to the MFP Japanese city proposal of the 1990s, of a $ 1 billion Chinese city:

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Letter to The Editor - can all assist in a renaissance

to THE AUSTRALIAN     Kevin Donnelly comments (‘Barbarians at the door after the left’s long march’, 18/10) that ‘the cultural left controls the academy’. Judging by the likelihood of a ‘yes’ victory in the marriage postal vote and by the collapse of the Liberal Party as a defender of conservatism, it seems that the left is gaining control of the nation. Why has this happened and what should traditionalists do about it?     The industrial revolution, the huge growth of cities, the squalid conditions of urban living, the development of mass education, the psychology and behaviour patterns of left-wing agitators (whose disgruntlement leads to a will-to-destroy) and the pseudo-religion of egalitarianism and ‘democracy’ have all combined to produce this tide of communistic barbarianism.     The ruthless nature of the financial system and large corporations has provided ample targets for the leftist indignation.     Only a revival of faith on a large scale can stem the tide. This does not mean adherence to antiquated beliefs and theologies. It means a rebirth of imagination, of attunement of human souls to the beyond, of renewed emphasis on a wisdom that comes from ‘the peace that surpasses logical understanding’.  Poetry, the culture of books, music and the fine arts, protection of the natural environment and the honouring of romantic love can all assist in a renaissance.     NJ, Belgrave, Vic