The War of Open Borders By James Reed

    Back in the days when people seriously regarded Trump as an opponent of globalism and open borders, rather than being just another neo-conman stooge,  Salon writer Anis Shivani wrote a piece, “Everyone’s Wrong on Immigration: Open Borders are the Only Way to Defeat Trump and Build a Better World.” : He quotes studies showing that world economic output would double if people could freely move wherever they wanted, which means, to the West from the Third World in their billions. Nations are not like homes he says, but are abstractions, only as good as the freedom within it.

    This sort of argument is advanced purely for the West to take migrants. India, China and Japan are exempt from taking in the tens of millions of poor Africans, or the billions of them in the future. To suppose that this would increase economic output is just economic theology, because it is more likely to lead to the collapse of the West rather than any economic revival. Let India and China take in proportionately more migrants than the West, and then maybe we should think about it.

Letter to Mr Ian Smith, Chief Organiser, Anzac Day Events

Dear Sir, I listened to ABC radio this morning and heard your very good presentation to the crowd. There was one point which may have been open to interpretation, where I felt uneasy. This was in reference to “nationalism”.
I gathered you believe nationalism to be not a desirable aim or policy. If I recall, you also mentioned those who pursue such aims are narrow-minded, or words to that effect.
My concept of the tremendous bravery and sacrifices of Australian soldiers was all about nationalism. They gave their all for our freedom, rights and culture to be protected for future generations.

Today, the emphasis is on globalisation or internationalism which is contrary to nationalism. Furthermore it has delivered trade wars, legal nightmares as we are required to comply with global (U. N.) Conventions. Our culture is threatened by immigrants whose aim is to destroy our Christian heritage and replace it with a system from which (strangely) they fled.
I support nationalism.

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More Establishment Scientists Calling Out Trump over False Flag Syrian Gas Attack by Peter Ewer

The Syrian gas attack has fast become another 9/11, with increasingly more establishment figures calling out Trump over the attack, which they believe is a false flag.
The latest scientist to criticise the gas attacks is Theodore Postol, a professor emeritus at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT): He has issued three reports attempting to refute the White House’s claim that Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad perpetrated the attack on 4 April.

He concluded that the US government’s report does not provide any “concrete” evidence that Assad was responsible, adding it was more likely that the attack was perpetrated by players on the ground.
Postol said: “I have reviewed the [White House’s] document carefully, and I believe it can be shown, without doubt, that the document does not provide any evidence whatsoever that the US government has concrete knowledge that the government of Syria was the source of the chemical attack in Khan Sheikhoun, Syria at roughly 6am to 7am on 4 April, 2017.
“In fact, a main piece of evidence that is cited in the document point to an attack that was executed by individuals on the ground, not from an aircraft, on the morning of 4 April.

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‘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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One Nation Firearms Policy by John Steele

One Nation has released its firearms and gun control policy, and it’s politically sound: On the bad side, the policy compromises too much with the establishment, saying that it will “maintain the general principle of the National Firearms Agreement in restricting access to high powered, high capacity firearms.” That could lead a government to further gun banning’s and control.

Nevertheless, there are many good things said though, such as recognising firearms ownership as a right by law-abiding citizens in a free society, the recognition of the right to self-defence, and the proposed abolition of the  “genuine reasons/need” test for firearm ownership. That test was just another bit of nasty gun-banning totalitarianism.

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Letter to The Editor

To The Age
The Fairfax Ipsos Poll on section 18C (‘Most oppose PM’s weaker race-hate law’, 28/3) was too simplistic to be useful. How many of the respondents (a mere 1400 out of our millions) were adequately informed on the various ramifications of the proposed changes?
One can admire Australian of the Year finalist Deng Adut for achieving professional success here after starting as a refugee, but at the same time doubt his impartiality on this issue because of his background.
NJ, Belgrave, Vic

The Nick Xenophon Team Have to Go! by Ian Wilson LL.B

According to a recent article (The Australian, March 27, 2017, p. 6), Nick Xenophon says that the wording of section 18 C is “non-negotiable.” The NXT are opposed to reform of section 18 C, but support an overhaul of the Human Rights Commission.

Already, there is a movement to water down changes to see if the NXT allow it through. Why does a so-called pragmatic group suddenly have such a strong position, which is beyond negotiation? Say it again Pauline, “please explain.”

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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.”

“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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Clexit Says “Trump must Dump Paris (and defund the UN climate industry)” by Viv Forbes

The International Clexit Coalition today joined the growing chorus urging President Trump to keep his election promises and dump every climate treaty “agreed” in Kyoto, Paris and the UN/IPCC.
The Secretary of Clexit (Climate Exit Coalition), Mr Viv Forbes of Australia, said that Clexit could call on over 190 well-qualified climate realists from 26 countries to provide scientific, business, legal and political support and advice.

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Mr Forbes said it was obvious from the Brexit vote in Britain, the election of President Trump in USA, the rise of Marine la Pen in France and Geert Wilders in Holland and the election of Senator Malcolm Roberts in Australia that the general population no longer trusts the globalists controlling the UN, the EU, and the UN/IPCC.
“The whole war on carbon is merely a grab for power using a world tax on energy to fund global government. Voters of the world are waking up and unless their politicians trim their sails to the new sceptical gale they will be swept from office.”

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Get Ready: Obamagate could be Bigger than Watergate By Charles Taylor

Here is the next big thing – if President Donald J. Trump has the guts to follow this one through  to the bitter-sweet end. After all, he let Obama off the hook when evidence was released about the fraud committed involving the Obama birth certificate:

Now, it has emerged that Obama, as president, bugged the Trump tower during the presidential campaign, or according to Tweets made by president Trump:

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How the Politically Correct Courts Manipulate the Law By Ian Wilson LL.B.

If only I could get before a court and give them my wisdom and reason, why I could change the world. I have heard this many, many, times, and am sorry to say that it is just not true. On the big questions, courts always come down on the side of the Establishment and Deep State, for the very good reason, that they are part of the team.

For example, the US Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, much like our Federal court, upheld Maryland’s ban on assault rifles, holding that the Second Amendment did not cover weapons “most useful in military service.” The Court concluded that assault rifles are “devastating weapons of war whose only legitimate purpose is to lay waste to a battlefield full of combatants.” See:

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The Time for One Nation by James Reed

This time round Pauline Hanson is tougher and more politically streetwise. She is speaking up on the big issues of concern to Australian, such as the recent revelations that within three years each child will owe $ 100,000. (The Australian, February 15, 2017, p. 1)

Australia’ gross public debt is set to rise from $ 474 billion to over $ 600 billion in the next three years. The debt burden per capita threatens, under the conventional economic system, to erode away the standard of living of young Australians. Billions are wasted on a multitude of politically correct programmes, that should have been abandoned long ago, but are financed because of the power of the multicult/ethnoracial lobby.

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The War on Trump by Chris Knight

We need to be paying close attention to how the elites are fighting against Trump, because it gives us an indication of how they would battle, say, alternative financial movements, such as social credit. Of course we already have seen what they have done in the past, with the Alberta experiment, but we have not seen anything yet, as the evil empire strikes back.

First, according to the New York Post (, Obama has set up a “shadow government” in a bunker less than two miles from the White House, and has an army of agitators, numbering at least 30,000, working to bring Trump down. Already the Obama shadows worked to destroy former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn, using waves of damaging stories, before details about Obama’s Iran nuclear deal was revealed:

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Stand Tall, Fight Hard from Bernard Gaynor

The last three weeks have been as busy as ever and the attacks on sanity grow daily. Gillian Triggs continues to pretend the Australian Human Rights Commission did the right thing in the QUT case, Bill Shorten is upset over Trump's measures to restrict Islamic immigration, and the entire state of South Australia is shutting up shop thanks to the wonders of eco-friendly power.

The good news is that we finally have an admission from Australia's Islamic leadership that Islam allows wife-beating. However, all the feminists (including the Chief of Defence Force's gender advisor) have failed to notice because they're out rallying around Yassmin Abdel-Magied. She supports Sharia law and recently claimed that Islam is the most feminist religion. Ever.

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Stand Tall, Fight Hard from Bernard Gaynor

The last three weeks have been as busy as ever and the attacks on sanity grow daily. Gillian Triggs continues to pretend the Australian Human Rights Commission did the right thing in the QUT case, Bill Shorten is upset over Trump’s measures to restrict Islamic immigration, and the entire state of South Australia is shutting up shop thanks to the wonders of eco-friendly power.

The good news is that we finally have an admission from Australia’s Islamic leadership that Islam allows wife- beating. However, all the feminists (including the Chief of Defence Force’s gender advisor) have failed to notice because they’re out rallying around Yassmin Abdel-Magied. She supports Sharia law and recently claimed that Islam is the most feminist religion. Ever.

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Media Call to Evict NSW Governor: from the desk of Philip Benwell, National Chair, Australian Monarchist League

An article in the Sydney Morning Herald online (16/2/17) entitled “A costly anachronism: it’s time to evict the NSW governor again” is inaccurate in several instances.
The facts are:  In 1996 the republican Premier, Bob Carr arbitrarily decided that, following the retirement of Governor Rear Admiral Peter Sinclair AC, the new Governor of NSW, former Justice Gordon Samuels,  would live outside Government House and occupy offices in Macquarie Street and retain his position as Chairman of the Law Reform Commission of New South Wales meaning that he would be a part-time governor.

When Rear Admiral Sinclair departed Government House there was a rally organised by members of the NSW Parliament supported by monarchist groups. There was also a line-up outside Government House to peacefully protest at the change. (Monarchists are never aggressive or violent when they infrequently protest).

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Stand Tall. Fight Hard.

This morning the New South Wales Court of Appeal ruled in favour of Bernard Gaynor against Garry Burns, bringing to an end almost three years of illegal harassment from him and the New South Wales Anti-Discrimination Board.

The Queen. 65 Years on the Throne!

Today, the 6th February 2017, marks the 65th anniversary of the Queen’s accession to the Throne.
For Her Majesty this is also the anniversary of her father’s passing and she has indicated she will spend the day in quiet contemplation.
Yet, it appears that there will be no formal acknowledgement by Australian Federal and State governments nor, more importantly, does it seem that there will be any church services commemorating the first time in our shared history that a monarch has served her people for so long.
Called the “Blue-Sapphire Jubilee” it is unlikely that we will see another such anniversary for at least a hundred years and probably far longer.
The Australian Monarchist League has written on this matter to the Prime Minister and other dignitaries but without response.
Philip Benwell
National Chair
Australian Monarchist League

Time to Deal with the Political Correctness of the Law by Ian Wilson LL.B

The La Times was beside itself proclaiming “Trump’s Shock-and-Awe Strategy Produces His First Major Setback,”
Judge James Robart has issued a temporary restraining order, in a suit filed by Washington and Minnesota, claiming that president Trump’s travel ban on Muslims violated the U.S. Constitution.

Yes, the Founding fathers certainly wanted America to be full of Muslims. But of course, a “living” interpretation of the Constitution is adopted where the intentions of the framers count for nothing, and the only opinions worthy of consideration are the new class elites and globalists.
Maybe Trump has not yet caught on to what is going on here. He tweeted: “What is our country coming to when a judge can halt a Homeland Security travel ban and anyone, even with bad intentions can come into the U. S.?”

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Politically Correct Culture is “Muzzling” Free Speech (Whoever Would Have Thought That?) by Ian Wilson LL.B.

Jacinta Nampijinpa Price, the Alice Springs councillor and daughter of former Aboriginal MP Bess Price, recently had this to say about section 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act and the culture of political correctness:

“Political correctness is a set of rules that governs the way in which we use language about, or towards, minority groups so as not to offend them. Oddly, people of Caucasian backgrounds are exempt from this protection. They are fair game... .
If a non-Aboriginal person attempts to address any of these issues [of Aboriginal poverty and dysfunction] and an Aboriginal person is offended, they can simply call out “racist” and the debate is shut down...
What, then, are the non-Aboriginal people to do in order to address any issues their Aboriginal or ethnic loved ones are facing? How are they supposed to deal with the issues causing incredible suffering to their fellow Australians who happen not to be white?
I believe 18C invalidates the idea that we are all human and hold differing opinions. It denies basic human nature that allows us critical thinking and the means to learn and grow. It is absurd that 18C ever became legislation...
The Racial Discrimination Act has made many who identify as indigenous believe they are exempt from its provisions. That they can’t be racist and therefore they feel free to insult, offend and humiliate whomever they please. They do it to white people and they do it to other Aboriginal people who refuse to follow the “party line”.
In Alice Springs a member of the public is far more likely to be randomly assaulted, physically or verbally, if they are perceived as “white” rather than “black”. Grossly offensive racist insults are used liberally in the streets of Alice Springs against white people. I have walked the streets of this town with my white friends to protect them from this sort of thing. But there have been no complaints under 18C, which is not seen as a protection of the rights of Australians generally. White Australians feel intimidated, not protected, by this act.
Both my mother (a senior Warlpiri woman and former minister of the crown) and I have been vilified in obscene sexist and racist terms by somebody who described themselves as an indigenous activist, because we refuse to be told what to think and say. I’ve lost count of how many times I’ve been called a coconut and much worse.
We have not once been insulted in racist terms by white people, not as far as we know. And if that happens we know how to defend ourselves. We aren’t victims, we aren’t afraid to stand up for our people and ourselves.
Our people are suffering and their problems are daunting and complex. We will not find the answers if we are denied the right to take part in an open and honest debate.
We can’t do that without offending those who are ideologically committed to the party line that has been laid down by the activists of the eastern cities and their white allies.
They are educated, speak English and know how to use the system against anybody with whom they disagree. We speak for the most marginalised, those whom the education system has failed, who are often illiterate and don’t speak standard English.
It is not just the white people who are closed down, it’s also the most marginalised and least powerful of the Aboriginal population who are denied a voice by the self-appointed spokespeople who know nothing of the circumstances in which they live. The agenda is controlled by an English-speaking Aboriginal middle class ignorant of the values and issues of those who live remotely.
The Racial Discrimination Act’s 18C treats us Aboriginal Australians as infants who can’t speak or stand up for ourselves. It treats non-Aboriginal people as if they have no right to hold an opinion about anything that relates to us, especially the problems of our own making that are killing us.
White people are not game to speak out. That should never be allowed to happen in a democracy.
The way to beat racism is through debate, not the closing down of debate.
We have an absolute right to find our own solutions, to find our own way forward out of this misery without being vilified by those who claim to be on our side and claim to speak for us.”

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