Charles Ferguson’s 'The Great News' (1915)

This article stemmed from reading a paper written by an Indian chap on a proposal for a National Dividend for India.  An excellent paper, it has just one small historical error:  from his readings, the chap believed that A.R. Orage coined the term ‘social credit’ which was published in an edition of 'The New Age'. Historically, this was not so, and historical accuracy is important, so this error will be corrected.

But it did send me back to Charles Ferguson’s 'The Great News' (1915).

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Posted on FB by Louis Cook

It is after 3 am and I should be asleep but heard on the radio earlier tonight that the cruise missiles launched against Syria cost the government $US60 million.
This is utter nonsense! What about the cost of two warships put to sea fully crewed with trained personal?

Using chemical weapons against ANYBODY is also to be deplored but was that also ‘false news’ to effect regime change?
I am sorry to suggest that Donald Trump appears no different to predecessors Obama, Bush, and those other twerps, Brown, Blair and David ‘what’s his name’?
The Australian Prime Minister also supports these ‘war-mongers’.

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR by Ralph Provan

‘Unbelievable’’ best describes Australia’s domestic electricity and gas supply shortages in one of the richest resource-endowed countries on the planet. How has this been allowed to happen?
This downhill slide to tragic shortages, unreliability, plus ever-increasing costs has occurred after privatisation of our state and Commonwealth-owned essential services.
Electricity, water, rail, Telstra, air and sea ports — all of which provided service reliability to Australians while at the same time planning for expansion of these same services — have been sold off.

The philosophy of privatisation of public assets — paid for in our rates and taxes by all Australians — to transnational corporations, overseas banks and foreign governments smells like treason.
These examples beg the question: Who do our party MPs actually represent?
Parliaments state and federal appear to be expensive puppet shows with the strings being pulled by transnational corporations, international bankers, including the Macquarie Bank, and foreign governments.

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Pop goes the Property Market by James Reed

The governor of the Reserve Bank has warned that the debt-mad property market in Sydney and Melbourne, which is the bulk of Australia, is about to face big problems. (The Australian, April 5, 2017, p. 1) First, banks are lending to people who have no hope of repaying their debts. Second, because of this, household debts are rising more than twice as fast as household income.

A repeat of the 1890s great property collapse, caused by a housing land boom could soon be repeated, where half of all banks closed. One segment of the financial elite class has poo-pooed all of this, saying that it has a low probability of happening. I would like to know who gives them their probabilities. Anyway, even if this was so, the consequences will be catastrophic for protected little Australia. We are only just getting the unhappy scenario of people living in cars and under bridges common in Europe and the United States.

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Le Pen on the Four Sovereignties by James Reed

French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen has vowed to “destroy the New World Order” when she is elected President of France, warning the European elites that she will “dismantle their corrupt, self-serving institutions with my own two hands if I have to.”
See: http://yournewswire.com/marine-le-pen-destroy-new-world-order/.

“The people have spoken and their message is clear: the New World Order is finished,” Marine Le Pen said.
“The elite are not safe hiding behind their propaganda fuelled media institutions, making unaccountable decisions in Brussels, and silencing citizens who speak out against this insanity. When I am President a tidal wave of revulsion will be coming their way, the likes of which has never been seen before.”

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