Letter to The Editor - We need a reduced immigration intake with priority given to European and Christian persons

To The Australian        Henry Ergas asks "what can be done to give our nation, and the patriotism it is owed, reinvigorated meaning in today's world?" ("Frenchman with a forked tongue", 16/11) The answer, which he shirks providing, is that we need a fundamental reversal of post-war immigration policy and a profound reform of the Christian sacred tradition. "Common descent or a common rootedness in ancestral soil" remain vitally important and potentially capable of restoration as drivers of national policy. Religious and ethnic solidarity are still the two most binding influences on national unity. We need a reduced immigration intake with priority given to European and Christian persons; but we cannot rely on an exclusivist theology that has become badly out of date as well as severely questioned by historical research into the early centuries AD.  Nigel Jackson, Belgrave, Vic

Letter to The Editor - Eventual complete absorption and subordination to a "European army"

To The Age        Your editorial on Brexit ("Britain cannot turn its back on the EU", 16/11) wrongly makes light of the clear verdict of the 2016 referendum which undoubtedly meant that a majority wanted a complete and fundamental severance of British sovereignty from EU jurisdiction. One of the most vital elements was precisely the need to throw off any subjugation to EU courts, for this would enable a vital restoration of free speech in Britain. Your language betrays you: British loyalists and their Australian supporters are smeared as 'little Englanders", who are "misty-eyed" and "jingoist". Meanwhile the globalist functionary Macron shows the kind of future that would lie in the EU: eventual complete absorption and subordination to a "European army".  Nigel Jackson, Belgrave, Vic

Smash the Paris Shackles By Viv Forbes

     A new lobby has called for Australia to withdraw from the Paris Climate Agreement. Calling itself “The Saltbush Club” the group includes top scientists and engineers covering every aspect of the global warming/energy debate, as well as representatives from small business, big business, farmers and consumers. It challenges the whole idea of a consensus on man-made global warming, condemns the unjustified demonization of CO2 and denounces the baseless war on coal. Australia’s push to meet the Paris carbon dioxide emission targets is leading to higher electricity prices and unreliable supply. People think the Paris Accord is just about commitments to lower CO2. It is really about transferring wealth via the sticky-fingered UN to the so-called Less Developed Countries. It’s about advancing centralised UN control of people’s lives on a global scale. We must reject the UN Agenda which is crippling western industry with high-cost unreliable electricity, in a futile attempt to control global climate.  Viv Forbes, Washpool, Qld

Viv Forbes is Executive Director of the Saltbush Clubwww.saltbushclub.com

Here Comes the Republic Again … There goes the Constitution (If We Let Them) By James Reed

     God is taking more time than I thought He would take, ending the tragicomedy that we call modern life (I have in mind Sodom and Gomorrah). So we enter the next cycle of madness where the elites tell us that a Republic is “nationalistic” and that we need an “Australian,” president, even though these same people want to Asianise Australia, are generally cucks for the Communist Party of China, and are total globalists. Could they be telling some fibs, just to get their demonic claws on the constitution?  https://www.smh.com.au/politics/federal/labor-promises-160m-republic-ballot-as-first-step-to-constitutional-change-20181109-p50f19.html?fbclid=IwAR1KR3nKuuzd2lRv81YOKbzBiv56_4ngmt1RDV1bviA6G7Dr5-wZODoaQjU

“Australians will be asked to vote on a republic in a $160 million national plebiscite under a Labor plan that rejects a postal survey in favour of a public ballot to resolve decades of dispute. Opposition Leader Bill Shorten has signed off on the funding plan to ask voters a "yes or no" question in the next term of Parliament, without any funding for official campaigns for or against the change. The plan assumes the same cost as the federal government’s original plebiscite on same-sex marriage but is double that of the postal survey eventually adopted and run last year. The Labor spokesman on an Australian head of state, Matt Thistlethwaite, said the recent visit to Australia by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex would not hurt the case for a republic but the nation needed stronger political leadership to make the change. "I’m conscious that if you talk to the average Australian at the moment it’s probably not in their top 10 list of priorities and I understand that," he said.”

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Ungovernable America; A Coup Without Firing a Shot By Charles Taylor

     The stupid evil US party, the Democrats, have moved to conduct civil war by making America ungovernable without yet, “firing a single shot”  https://gellerreport.com/2018/11/democrats-subpoena-cannon.html/   https://legalinsurrection.com/2018/11/democrats-reportedly-have-a-subpoena-cannon-aimed-at-over-85-trump-targets/

“The Democrats prepare a “subpoena cannon” aimed at over 85 people in President Donald Trump’s sphere. These subpoenas will not come out at once. Democrat California Rep. Adam Schiff, who will take over the House Intelligence Committee, told Axios that the committee will “prioritize what they view as the most pressing topics, which he says range from Trump’s potential business dealings with Russia to where things currently stand with North Korea.”

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Surgery in the Future: How to lose a kidney in One Easy Step By chris Knight

     This may be more common, as medicine becomes subjected to the same forces of decline as everything else:  https://nypost.com/2018/11/02/surgeon-mistakenly-removes-womans-kidney/

“A Florida surgeon mistook a woman’s healthy kidney for a cancerous tumor — and inexplicably removed it during a routine back surgery, according to a report. Maureen Pacheco, then 51, checked into Wellington Regional Medical Center back in April 2016 to get the bones in her lower back fused in the wake of a car accident, The Palm Beach Post reported. During the operation, Dr. Ramon Vazquez spotted the organ — which he believed to be a tumor, declared an emergency and removed it, according to a lawsuit obtained by the paper that was settled in September. Pacheco never had a say in the matter, according to the lawsuit. And Vazquez wasn’t even the one performing the back surgery. His job was to cut her open so surgeons could perform the operation. “As you can imagine, when someone goes in for a back surgery, she would never expect to wake up and be told when she’s just waking up from anesthesia, that one of her kidneys has been unnecessarily removed,” Pacheco’s attorney, Donald J. Ward, told the paper. Florida’s Department of Health has since filed a complaint against Vasquez — saying he provided a “presumptive diagnosis of a gynecologic malignancy, lymphoma, and/or other metastatic disease.”

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Immigration Leads Inevitably to Boom! Boom! Boom! By Chris Knight

     The caravan of illegal invaders, said by the Left to be poor desperate people, had suddenly given rise to most of South America wanting to come to America, so that North America becomes South America. Then, I suppose, they will want to go to Europe and eat that, which I am not explicitly saying is a bad thing, just a thing:  https://www.breitbart.com/immigration/2018/11/13/gallup-five-million-central-americans-want-to-follow-the-caravans-to-us/

“Five million poor Central Americans want to migrate into the United States’ communities and workplaces, according to a report by Gallup. The caravans of economic migrants moving northwards to the U.S. border “actually represent a relatively small fragment of a much larger group of people in their own region — and around the world — who say they would like to move to the U.S. if they could,” said Gallup. The five million number is one-in-three adults in Central America, the survey firm said. But average birth rate and family size in Central America are roughly twice as large as in the United States, so the migration of 5 million could lead to the birth of at least 5 million additional people after the migrants get jobs in the United States.”

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The Sign of the Beast, 666 and All That Jazz By Brian Simpson

     Don’t worry, with all of the information out there, the people will work out what is going down, and will take a stand, defeating the bad guys, and reigning in this age of plenty. The normies may not be lions of freedom, but they are at least pussy cats of liberty. Sure:  https://www.rt.com/uk/443726-human-microchip-employees-security/

“Some of the  UK's largest companies are planning to implant their staff with microchips to “improve security” and restrict employees from accessing “sensitive documents,” sparking ethical concerns over such a move.The Swedish firm, Biohax, which makes human chip implants, claims it is in talks with a number of the UK’s major businesses from the financial and legal sectors, to implant their employees with the devices, The Telegraph reports. Jowan Österlund, founder and CEO of Biohax who is a former body piercer, told the paper that his microchips, which cost £150 each, could help financial and legal companies enhance security. “These companies have sensitive documents they are dealing with. [The chips] would allow them to set restrictions for whoever,” he told The Telegraph. Österlund, who says he’s lined up one prospective UK company, with “hundreds and thousands of employees,” insists employers could offer this as an opt-in. “If you have a 15% uptake that is still a huge number of people that won’t require a physical ID pass.”

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The Amazing, the Incredible, Death of Stan Lee By Bruce Bennett

     Jewish comic writer,  Stan Lee, or his birth name, Stanley Lieber, along with artist, jack Kirby (real name Jacob Kurtzberg), created  many of Marvel’s major heroes and villains, in the 1960s “silver age’ of comics. There have been disputes over the years about who did what, with Kirby and Steve Ditko being bitter about Lee’s treatment of them. Both left Marvel; Kirby came back briefly then left again. Talk about job satisfaction. And, there were the law suits.   https://www.escapistmagazine.com/news/view/133070-Stan-Lee-Insists-He-Didnt-Treat-Kirby-And-Ditko-Unfairly

     Recently Lee’s world seemed to have been falling apart with a sexual assault lawsuit and other hassles of being rich. So, it was probably a good time to leave this veil of tears for warmer climates, maybe visiting super-friends from other dimensions.  https://www.dailymail.co.uk/wires/afp/article-5652467/Comic-book-icon-Stan-Lee-sued-sexual-assault.html     https://www.polygon.com/2018/5/30/17332720/stan-lee-lawsuits-accusations

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Hundreds of Consumers, Business people and Scientists say: “Get out of the Paris Agreement.” By Viv Forbes

     A new lobby group comprising scientists, farmers, consumers, small business and big business is urging both sides of Australian politics to put aside party interests and global agendas to focus on what's best for Australian business, workers, consumers and the environment. The Saltbush Club calls for Australia to withdraw from the Paris Climate Agreement and to cease financing or supporting the international bodies promoting it. It challenges the whole idea of a consensus on man-made global warming. Jerry Ellis, retired chairman of BHP, and Founding Chairman of the Saltbush Club says:

"It is clear that Australia’s push to meet the Paris carbon dioxide emission targets is leading to higher electricity prices and unreliable supply. We have lost the balance between working for environmental outcomes and working for economic outcomes. These things need to be balanced, and this balance is missing with the Paris Agreement. The world would be a better placed with strong economies generating money to spend on poverty, health, infrastructure and the environment."

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Blowing the Lid on the TPP By James reed

     Good to see Fraser Anning exposing the TPP for what it is, something that seems necessary in each of its rebirths:  https://scorchinghotnews.com/annings-blows-the-lid-on-ttp-un-lima-declaration-that-sold-out-australia/?fbclid=IwAR235JXcbNFfNLIK5zQ4OoWxmQOEZEKjee7N10a8kWYrLi3YexXrkxyU8Ns

Senator Anning blows the lid on TPP, UN Lima Declaration that sold out Australia

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Making Conservative White Women, Oh So Guilty By Chris Knight

     Here is yet another spin in the cultural wars; making white women feel guilty for following Trump. No stone must be left unturned:  https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2018/11/11/guardian-white-women-who-vote-republican-embrace-racist-sadism/

“Trump supporters are not only deplorable, they also exhibit a “peevish, racist cruelty,” declares the Guardian newspaper Friday, which makes white women who vote Republican especially guilty. The 53 percent of white women who voted for Trump in 2016 bear out “the conventional wisdom that white women would rather choose the racism espoused by the Republican party than join in the moral coalition represented by men of color and other women,” writes Guardian columnist Moira Donegan in an over-the-top essay. While white men “support Republicans at alarming rates,” she states, white women should know better since they are themselves victims of sexism.’

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If Macron is a Globalist, Why Should America Pay for His Ravings? By Charles Taylor

     French president Macron has gone on the attack against nationalism, targeting Trump, and even wanting a New World order EU army. All of this and more came out at the Paris peace Forum, where he hoped to shine like a star, but France did not foot much of the bill:   https://www.breitbart.com/national-security/2018/11/11/virgil-frances-macron-attacks-americas-trump-and-americans-help-pay-for-it/

“You see, even as Macron is zapping Trump for being a nationalist, the French president will be pushing, in Trump’s absence, a whole new initiative built around—you guessed it—globalism. As the Post also reported, “The president plans to fly home just as Macron’s Paris Peace Forum kicks off for three days of meetings aimed at galvanizing global action on shared challenges, such as climate change.” The Post quoted Thomas Wright, a Europe expert at the Brookings Institution, saying that Macron planned the Paris Peace Forum as “a counterpoint to ‘America First.’” Thus we can see: All the “Macron Attacks Trump” headlines are part of a deliberate strategy. … Under “Main Partners” and “Grand Partners,” we see such liberal reliables as the Carnegie Corporation, the Ford Foundation, the Rockefeller Foundation, and the Open Society Foundations. That last group, of course, is the outfit founded and funded by George Soros; just in 2017, he gave his philanthropic tool another $18 billion. So we can see: Macron has done a great job of rounding up the usual suspects of limousine liberalism. 

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Peterson is Not Welcome in Sweden By Michael Ferguson

     It is almost impossible to conceive that they were once Vikings and that there was the saying “fear the Northmen.” This is what racial decline is like; Sweden has it all as it sinks into the mud of history, soon to cease to exist:   https://www.thelocal.se/20181108/crawl-back-under-your-rock-swedish-foreign-minister-tells-canadian-professor-jordan-peterson

“Sweden’s Foreign Minister Margot Wallström on Wednesday slammed Canadian professor Jordan B. Peterson for his controversial views on especially feminism, telling a Stockholm audience that he should "crawl back under the rock he came from". Peterson recently visited Sweden in connection with the release of his new book '12 Rules For Life, an Antidote to Chaos' in which he airs a number of controversial anti-feminist views. The professor is also known to be skeptical of the effects of climate change. In a recent interview with Norwegian journalist and entertainer Skavlan, Peterson said that divorce was damaging for children. "We know that stable, intact, families with two parents is the best for children," he said. In gender-equal Sweden, which in August released a book on the country's four years of a "feminist foreign policy", his views and ideas have stirred up a fair share of emotion. To say the least. During a pro-women panel debate in Stockholm on Wednesday, Foreign Minister Margot Wallström – a staunch supporter and activist for women's rights – couldn't hold her anger towards the Canadian psychologist back, telling the audience that when it comes to his anti-feminist views, she "can't grasp why people waste so much time on that man."

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Letter to The Editor - The power of big money over policy also needs brave attention

To The Australian        Paul Kelly's review of David Kemp's new history of Australia reads like a sensible endorsement of a sensible study ("Brave new world: our story inspired by liberalism", 14/11). As usual, however, Kelly rather under-emphasizes the importance of conservatism in the present time. An argument can be put that by its nature liberalism tends to erode and needs regularly to be brought back to wisdom by conservatives. That erosion can be observed in the Liberal Party itself: there has been a falling away towards radicalism, leading to a dangerous split that damages the party's capacity to retain power. The most important tasks for conservatives now are to safeguard our monarchical political structure, to protect and enhance intellectual freedom and to foster honest public dialogue about matters involving ethnic and religious conflict. "Things will have to change in order to remain the same," was the wise observation of Giuseppe di Lampedusa in his great novel The Leopard. What conservatives must not do is bow to political and religious correctness, for there are important trends in our cultural life that need to be challenged and substantially revised. The power of big money over policy also needs brave attention.  Nigel Jackson, Belgrave, Vic

Splitting Up Evil Big Tech By Brian Simpson

     With deplatforming and shutting down sites where there is media content that the System does not like, the call has gone out that there not merely should be regulation of Big Tech, but that these monopolies are so large that they are a danger to what remains of democratic institutions. And that is not just us, who face this threat, but the founder of the internet:  https://www.naturalnews.com/2018-11-11-evil-tech-giants-need-to-be-split-up-to-protect-humanity.html    https://www.reuters.com/article/us-technology-www/father-of-web-says-tech-giants-may-have-to-be-split-up-idUSKCN1N63MV

“Silicon Valley technology giants such as Facebook and Google have grown so dominant they may need to be broken up, unless challengers or changes in taste reduce their clout, the inventor of the World Wide Web told Reuters. The digital revolution has spawned a handful of U.S.-based technology companies since the 1990s that now have a combined financial and cultural power greater than most sovereign states. Tim Berners-Lee, a London-born computer scientist who invented the Web in 1989, said he was disappointed with the current state of the internet, following scandals over the abuse of personal data and the use of social media to spread hate. “What naturally happens is you end up with one company dominating the field so through history there is no alternative to really coming in and breaking things up,” Berners-Lee, 63, said in an interview. “There is a danger of concentration.”

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Macron Talking More Globobbledegook! By Richard Miller

     Is the French president Macron the mighty macaroni, competing with the Pope for stupid globalist comment of the week? Or, is this just something that low T type of men engage in?  https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-11-11/macron-blasts-nationalism-betrayal-patriotism-during-wwi-ceremony-trump-and-putin

“With President Trump already under fire as he attended the World War I centenary commemoration events in Paris for skipping a planned visit to Belleau Wood battlefield and cemetery due to heavy rain, French President Emmanuel Macron used the ceremony's culmination on Sunday to issue a firm condemnation of nationalism. Amidst a steady drizzle and just feet from world leaders including Presidents Trump and Vladimir Putin, Macron emphasized a theme which he said led to the irreversible build-up of tensions that caused the outbreak of WWI. Macron said: “Patriotism is the exact opposite of nationalism, nationalism is a betrayal of patriotism.”

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The True Horror of Global Finance By James Reed

     We all tend to think in terms of the nation state, and the threat of world government and all that. But, a sober look at world finance indicates that “nations” pretty much disappeared long ago, in say the 19th century sense of nations. There are still the domestic shadows, but the real mechanisms of control are now completely globalised. An excellent article on the “US” debt brought this home to me, and even though I have been writing on this for decades, I still mistakenly fall back into the 19th century paradigm of nationalism vs globalism; we all do. But, there is only an earth-wide type of gravitational field of finance, and “matter,” that is, what we think are solid “nations” arise from it, much like matter is made up of mostly empty space at the sub-atomic level, and I am no science geek:  https://www.marketwatch.com/story/heres-who-owns-a-record-2121-trillion-of-us-debt-2018-08-21?mod=mw_share_facebook&fbclid=IwAR1iSAjQyu5Xw-kydxSSxQ2kdfWLS2I2SoQxQw_kLVPluBLyypt-wFW2PoY

“Who owns the huge and growing U.S. national debt? By and large, Americans. Some 70% of the national debt is owned by domestic government, institutions investors and the Federal Reserve. A shade under 30% is owned by foreign entities, according to the latest information from the U.S. Treasury. The nation’s debt climbed to a record $21.21 trillion at the end of June, a 6.9% increase from a year earlier. American institutions such as private and state pension funds as well as individual investors were the biggest holders. They owned $6.89 trillion in debt and absorbed about four-fifths of the increase over the past year. Foreigners, led by the Chinese and Japanese, owned $6.21 trillion. Those two countries have cut their stakes since 2015, but each country still owns more than $1 trillion worth of Treasury bonds and notes.”

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On Becoming a Minority, Then Disappearing Down the Drain of History By Richard Miller

     At least some European leaders, unlike the fools whose obese buttocks warm, and ultimately crack the vinyl of  the seats of Parliament House, Canberra, are aware of the demographic threat to the White West, as shown by the speech of the Hungarian prime minister, Viktor Orbán at the Congress of the European People’s Party, November 8, 2018:  http://www.kormany.hu/en/the-prime-minister/the-prime-minister-s-speeches/speech-of-viktor-orban-at-the-congress-of-the-european-people-s-party

     First, Europe’s identity is based on the nation state, contrary to French president Macron, and Christianity as its core spiritual belief:

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Time Travel and Social Media By Brian Simpson

     Readers would no doubt tune in to the great sense of anxiety that writers have for the future, and the almost frantic desire to warn people before it is too late. This comes from a deep, if not manic, preoccupation with reading and analysing information. Yet, we are not the only ones concerned about the future, for young people too, have picked up, perhaps at a more intuitive level, how this is all going to play out, and they like the idea of time travel to escape it, meaning that the misery of modern existence is now totally global, and there is no other place to run:  https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-09-10/nearly-half-teens-wish-they-could-travel-back-time-era-social-media    https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-05-21/depressing-chart-mark-zuckerberg-does-not-want-you-see    https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-09-06/real-reason-millennials-are-struggling-infographic   https://www.axios.com/social-media-dominates-teenagers-social-lives-1536351933-b6f8b26e-13c7-4ba4-ba54-e27527d2a968.html

“Today's teens prefer texting over in-person communication, use social media multiple times a day, and admit that digital distractions interfere with homework, personal relationships and sleep, according to a new survey of 13- to 17-year-olds. Why it matters: Concerns over the negative impact of social media use have increased recently with reports of teen depression, suicide and cyberbullying on the rise. The study by Common Sense Media, a non-profit group focused on tech and media's impact on kids, shows teens have a complicated relationship with technology. In what was perhaps the study's most surprising finding, roughly 40% of the teens surveyed said they wish they could go back in time to an era before social media. The impact: Interestingly, despite the increased use of social media, teens are more likely to say that social media has a positive effect on them. For instance, 25% say using social media makes them feel less lonely, compared to 3% who say it makes them feel more lonely. Yes, but: Still, more than two-thirds of teens agree with the statement, "social media has a negative impact on many people my age." And 40% agree with the statement, "I sometimes wish I could go back to a time when there was no such thing as social media."

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