Trump on the Death of Britain By Bruce Bennett

     President Donald Trump has delivered a solid punch to the insane European cult of globalism and mass immigration and a multitude of other nationally suicidal things. Here is his politically incorrect shopping list:

•    Accused EU leaders of destroying its culture and identity by allowing in millions of migrants
•    Tore into London Mayor Sadiq Khan for not standing up to terrorists
•    Blamed Khan for spiralling crime in the capital
•    Insisted former Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson would make “a great Prime Minister”
•    Denied once branding Theresa May a “bossy schoolteacher”
•    Maintained he would keep ties with Russian tyrant Vladimir Putin despite the Salisbury Novichok poisonings
•    Demanded Britain and other Nato countries spend more on defence
•    Spoke of his sadness at feeling unwelcome in the capital by anti-Trump protesters
•    Claimed millions of Brits backed his policies
•    Told of his pride at taking wife Melania to meet the Queen

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Why Don’t They Wake up to the Fake media? By Charles Taylor

     Here are two stories which may be of interest, detailing how “comic”  Sacha Baron Cohen got to interview two conservative figures, and make them look like gooses. How is it not possible to detect these sorts of people? Why, just why do people always flock like geese being herded when the media comes on the scene? Is it the desire for attention? The fragile human need to be part of the in-group, even though the in-group despises you? We see this psychological phenomenon regularly. It is an extreme vulnerability in anyone seriously wanting to resist tyranny as the mainstream media have been shown by the entire Trump affair, to be far from a friendly force.

     He seems to have smelt a rat, but did not walk out of the interview, or simply challenge him.  A fundamental mistake, or is it simply the curse of the low IQ?

John Cleese leaves Multicult England By Richard Miller

     England, whatever that once was, is set to lose one of its most loved comics, John Cleese, who is moving to the Caribbean in November 2018.

     Cleese made headlines by lamenting that immigration was changing England for the worse, a claim more recently made by President Trump:

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America: A Failed State By Charles Taylor

     A view from the sensible Left about the future of America; it does not have one. According to John Ralston Saul, America is a failed state, and the inevitable consequences of this will follow:

“Our “corporate coup d’état in slow motion,” as the writer John Ralston Saul calls it, has opened a Pandora’s box of evils that is transforming America into a failed state. The “unholy trinity of corruption, impunity and violence,” he said, can no longer be checked. The ruling elites abjectly serve corporate power to exploit and impoverish the citizenry. Democratic institutions, including the courts, are mechanisms of corporate repression. Financial fraud and corporate crime are carried out with impunity. The decay is exacerbated by the state’s indiscriminate use of violence abroad and at home, where rogue law enforcement agencies harass and arrest citizens and the undocumented and often kill the unarmed. A depressed and enraged population, trapped by chronic unemployment and underemployment, is overdosing on opioids and beset by rising suicide rates. It engages in acts of nihilistic violence, including mass shootings. Hate groups proliferate. The savagery, mayhem and grotesque distortions familiar to those on the outer reaches of empire increasingly characterize American existence. And presiding over it all is the American version of Ubu Roi, playwright Alfred Jarry’s gluttonous, idiotic, vulgar, narcissistic and infantile king, who turned politics into burlesque.

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Poisoning the UK By Peter West

     Yawn … hasn’t the entire UK population been poisoned by the Russian yet, so stop Donald Trump, increase immigration …

“Police have launched a murder inquiry after a woman exposed to the nerve agent Novichok in Wiltshire died. Dawn Sturgess, 44, died in hospital on Sunday evening after falling ill on 30 June. Charlie Rowley, 45, who was also exposed to the nerve agent in Amesbury, remains critically ill in hospital. Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Russia was “deeply concerned” about the incident - but said accusations that it was involved are “absurd”. The UK government previously blamed Russia for the poisoning of former spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia with Novichok in Salisbury in March. Russian authorities denied any involvement in the poisoning. Investigators say the possibility that the two cases are linked is a “clear line of inquiry”. Theresa May said she was “appalled and shocked” by the death of mother of three Ms Sturgess, from Durrington. Home Secretary Sajid Javid will chair a meeting of the government’s emergency committee Cobra later today. A post-mortem examination of Ms Sturgess is due to take place and her family has been informed, police said.”

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The UN Gun Control Conspiracy By John Steele

     I was marginally hopeful that President Trump would fight for US gun rights against the evil UN one world agenda, but apparently, not so:

“The Third Review Conference (RevCon) of the United Nations’ Program of Action (PoA) on Small Arms and Light Weapons was held in New York last week with a 2018 agreement, which states that its purpose is to serve as “a renewed commitment to prevent, combat and eradicate the illicit trade in small arms and light weapons in all its aspects.” “We, the States participating in the third United Nations Conference to review progress made in the implementation of the Program of Action to prevent, combat and eradicate the illicit trade in small arms and light weapons in all its aspects, convened at United Nations Headquarters in New York from 18 to 29 June 2018 to review progress made in implementation and identify priorities for strengthened implementation, reaffirm our commitment to the full and effective implementation of all of the provisions of the Program of Action and the International Tracing Instrument, with a view to ending the human suffering caused by the illicit trade in small arms and light weapons.”

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Now Feminism Bites the Corporate bum By Mrs Vera West

     I have been waiting for feminism to implode since the 1970s. I thought at the time, once feminist demands conflict with corporate capitalism, boy, I mean, girl, then we will see action. Now it is starting to happen, first with the Me Too movement, and then this:

“New Zealand’s government is prepared to force private businesses to appoint more women directors if companies don’t make sufficient progress themselves, Minister for Women Julie Anne Genter says. The government said last week that it will ensure half of all directors on state sector boards and committees are women by 2021, compared with 46 per cent at the end of 2017. By comparison, women held just 19 per cent of directorships across the 159 companies listed on the main board of the New Zealand stock exchange, according to a report in January. “We’re awaiting the next report, and I’m keen to see where they get to,” Genter told Television New Zealand’s Q+A program Sunday. “If they’re not going to make progress, if it’s going to sit there at 19 per cent, then we might have to start thinking about ways government can incentivise them. Under Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, the world’s youngest female leader, the government is forging ahead with plans to change the way women are treated in society and allow them to achieve their full potential, including an ambitious goal to eliminate the gender pay gap.”

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I Just Knew it; North Korea Back on the War Path By James Reed

The Trumpsters trumpeted too soon, as North Korea is as mean as ever, according to a rant by KCNA, the North Korean news agency:

“It was, however, so regretful to mention what the U.S. side had shown in its attitude and stand at the first DPRK-U.S. high-level talks held on 6 and 7 July. The DPRK [North Korea] side, during the talks, put forward the constructive proposals to seek a balanced implementation of all the provisions of the Joint Statement out of its firm willingness to remain faithful to the implementation of the spirit and agreed points of the DPRK-U.S. summit meeting and talks.

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Anarcho-Tyranny in Action By Charles Taylor

     The progressives in America, and Australia too for that matter, claim be, well, progressive, cool and with it,  being morally superior. But, are they really?

“It’s come to this in today’s Democratic Party: Supporters who knowingly back the protection of child sex traffickers as long as they are in our country illegally and the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency is involved in any way. Earlier this week in Oakland — where Mayor Libby Schaff tipped off illegal alien criminals earlier this year to an impending raid by Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents — ICE and the local police department were executing a raid on suspected child sex traffickers when a crowd of angry white liberals assembled to protest — before they had a single solitary clue what was even going on. A local news report noted:
“We love our neighbors.” They also wrote with chalk on the ground saying, “OPD is a disgrace.” They were thinking this was an immigration investigation because Homeland Security was out here but we just word from Oakland police that this was, in fact, a federal criminal search warrant executed in connection with human sex trafficking of juveniles right here in the 700 block of 27th street.”

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Old People are Racists! By Brian Simpson

     The latest wisdom from the psychologists is that old people are racists:

“Older people are more racist – but it’s not because they are ‘from a different time’. We become more prejudiced as we age because we feel increasingly insecure and anxious about death, psychologists claim.
Scientists said hating a group can bring a sense of belonging and identity to those facing their own mortality because they are able to share that prejudice with others.

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Slave Master Soros By Richard Miller

     It is good to see hard-hitting criticisms being made of globalist such as George Soros, whose goal is to flood the West with the Third World, for reasons which lie behind the luggage bags under his eyes:

“Italy’s deputy prime minister and minister of the interior Matteo Salvini has infuriated billionaire plutocrat George Soros, claiming the financier wants to flood Europe with migrant “slaves”. The Lega (League) leader, who has surged in popularity since coming to office as head of one half of Italy’s new populist coalition government, made the comments in an interview on the In Onda television programme. Salvini accused the convicted insider trader of financing the so-called civil society NGOs which have been racing the Libyan Coast Guard to pick up illegal migrants from smuggler boats a few miles off the North African coast, in order to ferry them to distant European ports.”

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Letter to The Editor - Concerning Brexit. The whole scenario reminds us that we, too, have a real problem of securing genuine representation of the popular will in our own parliament

To The Australian (10/07/2018)         It indeed looks as though the UK government is seeking "to reverse the meaning of the popular vote to leave the EU" ("Corbyn lurks as chaos strikes Tories", 10/7). Ever since former PM David Cameron stated, immediately upon resigning after the Brexit vote, that Theresa May was the person he recommended to take over leadership of the Conservative Party, many of us supporters of Brexit have feared that she would undermine the Brexit project and betray the popular mandate (52%) for leaving the EU.

     The fact that other nations, such as France and Ireland, who initially voted in plebiscites to leave the EU, were forced to hold second referendums which reversed the previous decisions, increases our conviction. The resignation letter of David Davis touches on two vital points: the taking back of sovereignty and the return to national control of the law and legislation. The difficulty the British people are experiencing in trying to get the "hard" (that is, firm) Brexit they want is that sinister but financially powerful interests are aiming to sink the project. The whole scenario reminds us that we, too, have a real problem of securing genuine representation of the popular will in our own parliament.
  Nigel Jackson, Belgrave, Vic

Letter To the Editor - A truly honourable British parliament would by now have implemented a 'hard' (that is, firm and authentic) Brexit

To The Age (11/07/2018)         Your editorial on Britain and the UK ('May walks tightrope amid Brexit chaos', 11/7) correctly identifies a major aspect of the Brexit controversy: 'the electorate is pitted against its own representatives.' It was always doubtful that Theresa May, no matter what declarations she made, would lead in the enactment of a resumption of British sovereign independence. She was a 'remain' advocate in 2016 and she was the recommended successor for leadership of the Conservative Party by outgoing PM David Cameron, also a 'remain' man.

     A truly honourable British parliament would by now have implemented a 'hard' (that is, firm and authentic) Brexit. That it has not happened calls into question the integrity of that institution and is an affront to genuine democracy. Huge numbers of 'little people' and 'ordinary Britons' made a supreme effort in 2016 and overcame a largely biased press and a campaign enjoying superior financial and institutional resources. It will, alas, be very hard for them to succeed a second time; and in the meanwhile May's 'soft' (pseudo) Brexit bleeds their confidence and energies. It's a sad story.
  Nigel Jackson, Belgrave, Vic

North Korea: Don’t Celebrate Too Soon By James Reed

     Conservatives, but not the commo loving Left, have been celebrating President Trump’s victory in seemingly diverting a war with North Korea. But it may be too soon to let down the guard, as North Korea is busy working away on its nuclear programme:

“Satellite images show that the North Korean regime is continuing to make improvements to its nuclear facility in the wake of Kim Jong-Un’s meeting with Donald Trump. North Korea has made rapid improvements to the infrastructure at its Yongbyon Nuclear Scientific Research Center. According to an analysis published by 38 North, a prominent North Korea monitoring group, Yongbyon Nuclear Scientific Research Center is a facility used to produce weapons-grade fissile material. Commercial satellite imagery from June 21 indicates that improvements to the infrastructure at North Korea’s Yongbyon Nuclear Scientific Research Center are continuing at a rapid pace. Modifications to the 5 MWe plutonium production reactor’s cooling system appear complete, but a less-than-normal cooling water discharge from the outfall pipe makes a determination of the reactor’s operational status difficult.

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Obama’s New World Order By Chris Knight

     Wow, this story hits home about the agenda of the elites, as exemplifies by B. Hussein Obama, key puppet of the globalists. He is the mentality of the elites, that ordinary people must be controlled like sheep, because, well, they are sheep, are they not? If it acts like a sheep, then for all effective purposes it is a sheep.

Obama Filmed At Bilderberg: ‘US Must Surrender To New World Order’

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Italy Divides By Peter West

     I have been reporting on the Pope’s globalist and communist comments for some time now, most of these remarks relating to immigration, and how he welcomes the Islamic transformation of Europe. Naturally, there has been a reaction to this, no, not my comments, which are generally ignored, but the no-hope Pope’s:

“As the Italian hierarchy aligns itself ever more closely with the open-borders movement, the country’s citizens — most of whom are Catholic — seem to be moving in the opposite direction, creating a curious lay-clerical split. Italy’s interior minister, Matteo Salvini, is now the most trusted politician in the country by a significant margin, a position he has earned above all by his firm stance against unchecked mass migration. Yet when Salvini refused debarkation rights in late June to the NGO vessel Aquarius that was carrying hundreds of African migrants, the Italian bishops were among those protesting most loudly.”

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Berkeley: The End of the Rule of Law By Charles Taylor

     The breakdown of American institutions is proceeding rapidly, so Australians need to pay close attention to what happens, because when giants fall, the ground trembles. Here is the US legal system in action:

“A liberal jury and judge in Berkeley, California, has issued a ruling of “not guilty” for five Antifa thugs who nearly murdered a man during a violent political clash that took place in the city’s Civic Center Park back on March 4, 2017. According to, the jury had already unanimously decided “early on” that the five defendants who provoked and physically attacked Trump supporters at the “March on Berkeley” event were not guilty of committing any crimes – even though they were visibly seen doing so – but they went through the motions of a trial anyway. In case you missed all of the details, anti-Trump Antifa extremists decided to launch full-scale war on Trump supporters who attended a series of what would have otherwise been peaceful marches in Berkeley in support of the president. One Trump supporter in particular by the name of Moshe Daniel Quillinan bore the brunt of this violent assault, sustaining injuries to his head that could have killed him.

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The Joy of Radical Decentralisation By James Reed

     The common theme to all writers here is a complete scepticism about centralised power, for we all believe that power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely. Thus, we would be happiest with a radical decentralisation of all power, social, political, economic and especially financial. Social credit embraces this philosophy as well, seeing centralised money power as crushing individual freedom, and much, much else.

     Fine, but what would happen if a society actually followed what we advocate? Would it be a failed social experiment, at the opposite end of the spectrum from socialism? In fact, the results will be splendid, for this social experiment actually works!

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Is God an Immigrationist? By James Reed

     There is now an open expression of the meaning of mass immigrationism, provoked by president Trump’s mild (compared to China and the rest of Asia) border control policies. I noticed that the socialists here are now illegally putting up posters at bus shelters clearly stating that there must be open borders. Of course, the system will never prosecute them for breaking the law putting these posters up in the first place, because in essence, for Australia, open borders is what the elites want, for short term profits, such as with real estate. We do not know if their brains are wired to think about long term consequences, given that they are globalists, and simply migrate themselves to another place once they have destroyed one country, South Arica being an example.

     Then we have the mainstream Christian churches coming out, giving the same rhetoric of open borders as the socialists, and in fact, their social  structure now has been long taken over by socialism:

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The Hypocrisy of the Leftoid By Chris Knight

     Socialist darling of the Left, that poor girl from the slums of  the Bronx, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, who beat systems person Democrat Joe Crowley, faces questions over her “poverty”  background after it was revealed she grew up in a wealthy suburb north of New York City:

“The hardscrabble biography of Democrat Congressional candidate Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has been called into question after the revelation that she grew up mostly in wealthy Westchester County. Though Ocasio-Cortez, 28, was born in and currently lives in the Bronx, county land records show her late father Sergio Cortez-Roman bought a quaint three-bedroom in Yorktown Heights, New York in 1991, when she was about two. It is an apparent contradiction with the candidate’s official biography, which states in part: ‘The state of Bronx public schools in the late 80s and early 90s sent her parents on a search for a solution. She ended up attending public school 40 minutes north in Yorktown, and much of her life was defined by the 40 minute commute between school and her family in the Bronx.’ Ocasio-Cortez also boasted on Stephen Colbert’s late-night show that President Donald Trump, born in Queens, wouldn’t know how to handle ‘a girl from the Bronx’ such as herself.”

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