Becoming a Magical Gender-Bender Dragon! By Mrs Vera West

     Here is my favourite politically correct article for this week, getting 9 points: 

     But, I suppose using the resources of modern surgery to look like a dragon pales into insignificance compared to the real dragons, an example being: 

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Guns are Racist? By John Steele

     Following the Florida shooting the National Rifle Association (NRA) came out strong in defence of guns. NRA chief Wayne LaPierre criticised the “European-style socialists” driving the gun banning agenda. Whoooah, it was even worse than Trump saying that certain teachers should be armed, for this was “racist,” the magic word stopping all debates:

     It is one thing to oppose gun ownership, but the strategy of making all criticism of the Left off bounds is going to build up festering resentment with people eventually saying: so what? Call me what you will. It is parallel to making every indiscretion in sexual matters, rape, when surely there are levels of wrongness. Thus, is it not true, that those pushing for gun control, generally come from a Left position? If we can’t say that then what can we say? Oh, we can’t say anything, but must die in silence.

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Political Tribes: Group Instinct and the Fate of nations By Peter West

     Political commentator Amy Chua has been concerned with issues of the nation and nationalism for some time. In her latest book Political Tribes: Group Instinct and the Fate of Nations, (Penguin Press, 2018 released on February 20, making this one of the first negative reviews in Australia), she deals with the issue of the nation and the re-emergence of tribalism.

     Chua is one writer who is unafraid of following the argument where evidence requires it to go, and she cites studies from across the physical and social sciences which indicate that tribalism is hardwired into human biology. We thus have in-group loyalties and out-group antipathies, much as we see with football teams, which is a microcosm of the big societal picture.

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White Genocide in South Africa By David Williamson

     South Africa goes from bad to worse. Now, its new president Cyril Ramaphosa has vowed to give back all lands owned by White farmers since the 1600s:

“South Africa’s new president, Cyril Ramaphosa, has pledged to return the lands owned by white farmers since the 1600s to the black citizens of the country. The government plans to accelerate land redistribution through expropriation without compensation.

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Australia Under Islamic Attack? Who Said that? By Ian Wilson LL.B

     I have been absent due to illness, prostate cancer, but have now made a full recovery. So, back into the battle: 

     Did you know that Australia is under attack from certain Muslims wanting to kill as many unbelievers as possible? Wait! Before dashing off a race vilification torture form to the Inquisition, consider that I did not say this, but am quoting a source:

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Victimology Just Wears You Down By Chris Knight

     US Supreme Court judge, African American Clarence Thomas, has said that he is worn down and exhausted by the present day culture of victimisation: 

“ At some point, we’re going to be fatigued with everybody being the victim,” Thomas, the second African American to serve on the Supreme Court, said during an on-stage interview at the Library of Congress in Washington. Thomas, a conservative appointed to the bench in 1990 by President George H.W. Bush, recalled recently being with a young black woman in Kansas who told him, “I’m really tired of having to play the role of being black. I just want to go to school.” “I just get worn down,” Thomas said.

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Commo Spies Among Us By James Reed

     Seen any communist spies lately? Well for us Australians, probably our whole intellectual infrastructure is full of communist Chinese agents: 

     But, that was the decision made by our power elites in the Asianisation programme, to abandon the West and our Anglo Saxon heritage, to create a Chinese colony in the former land of Australia. There is lip service about excess Chinese influence now, but this is just what was created.

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A Tough One: Intellectual Giants clash By James Reed

     Whoaaha…this is a problem. There is a major philosophical clash between two intellectual giants, loved by all of us at this site: Jordan Peterson and that great defender of the West, Canadian academic Ricardo Duchesne:

     Peterson argues that he is not an Alt Righter because he rejects identity politics, and instead is a classical liberal believing in the rights of the individual. So far, so good. From this position he has done enormous good critiquing all matter of politically correct nonsense. But, there is a limitation to this, as Duchesne notes:

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State Tribunals and Judicial Power By Ian Wilson LL.B

     Parliaments, both state and federal have the power to confer judicial power on various tribunals. Today the vast number of tribunals that litter the judicial landscape do much of the heavy lifting in administrative and related fields of law: immigration review matters, guardianship law, consumer dispute issues, Centrelink review matters, and much more. Often tribunals have a flexibility that courts lack, with a review of the merits of the case, hearing it from the start, rather than just reviewing an issue of law. The Administrative Appeals Tribunal is a case, in reviewing Centrelink and other administrative matters.

     State parliaments can confer, or give, judicial power to State tribunals, but such tribunals cannot exercise Federal jurisdiction, that is, decide on “Federal; matters, because that would be contrary to the Constitution. However, there are areas where matters get tricky, such as seen in the case of Burns v Corbet; Gaynor v Burns [2017] NSWCA 3 (3 February 2017), where there is a dispute between residencts of two states, arising under state law determined by a State tribunal, the tribunal exercising judicial power, but  not being a Chapter III Court, as defined by the constitution. Is there an implied limitation on the legislative power of the State relative to sections 75 and 76 of the Constitution on such tribunals which are not Chapter III Courts? Is a State law which confers judicial power on such tribunals inconsistent with section 39 of the Judiciary Act 1903?

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If Abortion is the Answer, What is the Question? By Mrs Vera West

     Everyday is another battle of words against lunar liberals. For example: 

“Following the shooting Rebecca Griffin, a Left-wing kookwho’s been a model, TV presenter, and sports reporter, decided she’d leave her decency and conscience in a box for the day and made a nasty, manipulative statement regarding the shootings…in making the case for abortion (Cruz was reportedly adopted as a child). “Woman puts baby up for adoption, he grows up to be a violent young man who will spend the rest of his life in prison for a mass murder. Tell me more about how abortions are wrong,” she wrote.

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Why is George Soros Emperor of the World? By John Williamson

     New World Order superman George Soros is pushing for thought control like never before:

“Billionaire open-borders activist George Soros has demanded the European Union (EU) regulate social media because voters’ minds are being controlled and “manipulated”. He claimed the size of social media firms made them a “public menace” and argued they had led people to vote against globalist causes, including electing President Donald J. Trump, in an article for The Guardian published Thursday. The speculator, who runs one of the largest campaigning groups in the world and is noted for his interference in foreign politics and elections, said ultimately unregulated social media threatened democracy and the “integrity of elections”.

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Immigration and Global Capitalism By Charles Taylor

     Here is a clear example of why the immigration agenda is pushed so hard by the capitalist class: it’s the money, honey: 

“Companies are facing pressure to raise wages, and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce is threatening to punish legislators who deny amnesty for roughly 3.5 million ‘dreamer’ illegals and ‘Temporary Protected Status’ migrants.
The threat was delivered via letter as Senators prepare to vote on Democratic-drafted amnesties and on GOP-drafted plans to cut the supply of immigrant chain-migration labor after 2028. The Chamber’s February 13 letter was titled “Key Vote Alert!,” and it said, underlined and in bold, that: The Chamber may include votes on, or in relation to, to amendments addressing these priorities in our annual How They Voted scorecard.

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Letter to The Editor - ‘Indigenous perspectives’ are already being widely heard and acted upon at all levels of government

To THE AGE          Some of us see the government’s response to the Uluru Statement from the Heart very differently to the way in which Waleed Aly views it (‘Such a sorry way to behave’, 16/2). We are sceptical that the advisory body that issued it (which was formed by invitation only) was really adequately representative. Secondly, we believe that the ‘formal apology a decade ago’ was also unrepresentative and in fact a piece of gesture politics having no mandate from the Australian people as a whole.

     Thirdly, it is disappointing to learn that the prime minister has announced a new inquiry into constitutional recognition. Public discussion in the last two decades has more than adequately established that any such recognition is against the interests of national unity and fundamentally inequitable. That is why no referendum proposal favouring it will succeed. Finally, ‘Indigenous perspectives’ are already being widely heard and acted upon at all levels of government anyway.
  NJ, Belgrave, Vic

If it’s Anglo then it Must be Racist! By Charles Taylor

     It all happens in the Socialist Republic of California: 

     California Lieutenant Governor and gubernatorial candidate Gavin Newsom has called Attorney General Jeff Sessions an “outright racist”  for saying that sheriffs are a “critical part of the Anglo-American heritage of law enforcement.” “Reminder that our Attorney General is an outright racist who wants us all to acknowledge ‘Anglo-American heritage,’” tweeted Newsom. This is a god example of the mania of anti-white racism, which now has become so crazed, so deranged, that any positive comments about traditional culture and people is hit with the magic “racist” ray gun. How can this not lead to a sticky end?

The Politically Correct Collapse of Europe By Chris Knight

     Sweden claims to have a “feminist” government: going into inclusion overload, but still truly concerning things are happening in that country, and much of Europe, which are a foretaste of social collapse:, with the rule of law going out the window:

“Alicia’s Iraqi parents took her to Sweden when she was four. When she was 13, they took her back to their homeland to marry her 23-year-old cousin. Returning alone to Sweden, Alicia, a Swedish citizen, gave birth to twin boys, who at birth automatically became Swedish citizens. After she cared for them for a period of time, her children were taken away, against her will, to be raised in Iraq by her husband. Last year, he petitioned the Stockholm municipal court for sole custody. On January 9, 2018, the Stockholm Municipal Court ruled in his favor, on the grounds that the twins had lived longer with him than with Alicia, who is now 24.

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The Incredible, Fast Disappearing Rights of Australians By James Reed

     It is not too difficult to come up with a list of the many rights which past Australians enjoyed, but which have been taken away from us by the political class to serve their New World Order masters. Everyone has their personal  list, but at the top must be the destruction of the Federal system by the High Court of Australia, and the centralisation of power in Canberra. This drive for centralism began immediately with the High Court’s opening, and has continued to the present day, making the states completely dependent upon Canberra. Thus, Feds were easily able to force all states into the 1996 gun grab by using the financial threat. However, the Founding Fathers never intended for the states to be politically gutted in this way. As one of the leading law papers has said about this:

“Our contention in this paper will be that Australia’s High Court, in deciding federal distribution of powers cases over the last century, culminating in the recent Work Choices case, has created an end product that looks not unlike one of Herbert’s misleading cases, although of course the High Court’s intentions have been something other than simply the reader’s amusement. Such a contention, we readily acknowledge, will come as no surprise to those familiar with the constitutional jurisprudence of the superior courts of other countries. The Australian High Court has been by no means unique in its ability, over time, to interpret the Constitution in a manner widely at variance with the intentions and expectations of its founders.

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Letter to The Editor - Such a separatist agenda is ‘counterproductive to achieving genuine reconciliation and ‘has produced much misery among remote Aboriginal communities'

To THE AGE          Bill Shorten’s announcement (‘Labor supports Indigenous “Voice to Parliament”’, 13/2) that, if elected to power, the ALP will legislate to create such an entity ‘as a first step’, involves an irresponsible and dangerous campaign for the constitutional division of our nation. We should remember the 2002 warning of former minister for Aboriginal affairs, Peter Howson, that such a separatist agenda is ‘counterproductive to achieving genuine reconciliation and ‘has produced much misery among remote Aboriginal communities.’

     He also pointed out that ‘the reconciliation some presently pursue has become a weapon to wield against the traditional concept of Australia.’ Shorten’s proposal is not in our national interests and appears to be a sneaky way of getting around public resistance which he defames as ‘scare campaigns’. History shows (France in 1789, Russia in 1917) that foolish idealism leads to disaster.
  NJ, Belgrave, Vic

Navigating the Bermuda Triangle By Mrs Vera West

     The largely Black population of Bermuda have rejected same sex marriage and their parliament has now repealed the same sex marriage law: 

     Predictably enough, the Left are outraged about this and have demanded good old fashioned imperialist action to keep the Bermuda Triangle, well, rainbow coloured:

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South African Farm Murders and Race hate By Eric Borr

     Journalist Katie Hopkins was in South Africa reporting on racially motivated crimes for Rebel Media. She was hospitalised for a seizure, but upon release had her passport taken away and now is likely to be charged with the politically correct crime of “spreading racial hatred.” All that for reporting on how the South African authorities are openly permitting murders of White farmers. Even exposing this now amounts to “racism,” which shows the direction the white genocide programme is proceeding.

Now African Migrants Want to Deport the PM! By Paul Walker

     Should our politically correct prime minister, Mal Turnbull be deported for anti-migrant comments and policies? What universe are we now in? 

“An African community leader has called for Malcolm Turnbull and Peter Dutton to be deported from the country for their comments on Sudanese crime in Melbourne. South Sudanese Community Association spokesman Richard Deng said he was sick of government leaders exaggerating the threat of youth crime in Victoria. ‘Peter Dutton and Malcolm Turnbull, you need to be deported,’ Mr Deng told a crowd of several-hundred at a rally in Melbourne on Sunday. ‘We are all Australians ... if you do not stop what are you doing, we are going to send you back to where you come from.”

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