Letter to The Editor - The creator and sustainer of the universe, honoured in all sacred traditions

To The Age        Chris Uhlmann is only half right in his assertion that "everyone knows something is broken but no one knows how to fix it." (Comment, 27/3). Yes, there is a current "loss of faith in many of the institutions that anchored our society" and yes, the assurance of religion hitherto provided by the churches is "the most profound loss". Once that source of guidance is lost to a people, you have "the blind leading the blind" until they both "fall into the pit". However, the divine One, the creator and sustainer of the universe, honoured in all sacred traditions, is still here now; and reconnection is by no means impossible. In the last century or so a significant number of great men have pointed the way, including P. D. Ouspensky, Rene Guenon, T. S. Eliot and R. A. Schwaller de Lubicz. Even better, there has been the testimony of sages such as Sri Ramana Maharshi and Sheikh Alawi. Tradition around the world tells that humanity is never left without prophets. What is needed is for more of us to listen to them.
  Nigel Jackson, Belgrave, Vic

Letter to The Editor - The PM's offer to slightly lower our immigration intake is quite inadequate

To The Australian        In all the many words of your front page story ("PM plea: desert One Nation", 27/3) one looks in vain for sound arguments in favour of the Coalition as against One Nation. The minor party has a history of personnel acting foolishly and quarrelling among themselves, which does not imbue a thoughtful conservative with confidence in it. On the other hand, the Coalition, since the deposition of Tony Abbott as PM, has shown too many signs of weaselling compromise with principle. For example, the PM's offer to slightly lower our immigration intake is quite inadequate and suggests a secret kowtowing to powerful interests behind the scenes. Most Australians know in their hearts that we must drastically lower intake or face a severe loss of the quality of life for all except a wealthy minority. Thus there are sound arguments for ignoring the PM's plea and casting a primary vote, if not for One Nation, then for another right-wing party such as Cory Bernardi's Conservatives or the Christian Democratic Party.
  Nigel Jackson, Belgrave, Vic

Talking about a Revolution By Richard Miller

     Leftist musicians have fantasized about revolution, but over in France, a great whack of the population see revolution as the only hope of sorting the Great mess out:

“A newly released survey has claimed that nearly four out of every ten French believe that a full-on revolution is the best way to solve the country’s political problems. The poll, which was taken by polling firm IFOP, shows that 39 percent of French surveyed said that a revolution was needed to effect real change in the country, a figure much higher than elsewhere in Europe, Atlantico reports. In comparison, only 20 percent of Germans agreed that revolution was a viable political solution, and the number was even lower for Austrians and Poles, at just 14 percent. Consulting director at IFOP David Nguyen commented on the results, saying, “The first thing to say is that this is an absolutely spectacular number. Four in ten consider that a revolution would be a good solution: even if we do not know exactly what they put behind this word, it is the mark of a radical presence very present in the society.”

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Don’t Even Joke about Egyptian Free Speech By Peter Ewer

     With censorship and the institution of free speech being torn down in the West in the name of diversity and mass migration, we need to see what other goodies are in store for us. Like these tasty treats from Egypt:

“An Egyptian singer who made a joke about the lack of free speech in her homeland has been told she can no longer perform there. A video clip circulated online shows Sherine Abdel-Wahab, during a performance in Bahrain, saying: “Here I can say whatever I want. In Egypt, anyone who talks gets imprisoned.” The response from Egypt’s Musicians Union was to barr the singer, popularly known by her first name, from performing. It also summoned her to return home for questioning. Samir Sabry, a pro-government lawyer with a reputation for moral vigilantism and suing celebrities, filed a complaint against the singer accusing her of “insulting Egypt and inviting suspicious rights groups to interfere in Egypt’s affairs.”

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Sweden Goes for Instant National Suicide! Get it Over With! By Richard Miller

     Sweden just wants to die, and they are too far gone now, so let everyone else in Europe learn from their national death. Here, beat this for cucked deracinated humanism gone mad:

“The Swedish government will be opening the doors to China’s persecuted Uyghur Muslims and allow them to claim asylum in the country. The decision was made this week by the Swedish Migration Board to ease up the regulations for Uyghur Muslims claiming asylum in Sweden saying that they, along with other persecuted Muslims, would be welcome, Swedish broadcaster Sveriges Radio reports. Carl Bexelius, Deputy Legal Chief at the Migration Board, expanded on the reasons for the move saying, “What we have seen is that it is rather far-reaching state repression, where one can seize and detain persons without actual criminal charges. You are placed in what is described as retraining camp. This happens arbitrarily.”

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Travel Warnings; Beware of Australia! By Paul Walker

     Well, this is how things are going at the end of liberty; Australia is now a place our friends in Bangladesh are issuing travel warnings over:

“Bangladesh nationals living in Australia and Bangladesh nationals travelling to Australia are advised to be vigilant at all times, particularly in public places, stay informed of potential risks to safety and security by monitoring the media and other local information sources." The Bangladesh High Commission in Canberra issued a firmer warning for Bangladeshis in New Zealand on Friday. "All Bangladeshi citizens living in New Zealand in general and in Christchurch in particular are requested to keep calm, avoid places of congregation and to follow instructions from the Police at all times."

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12 Rules for Book Banning By Peter Ewer

     Just to be sure, everything however slightly suspicious must be banned. It does not matter now if it is published by mainstream presses, just ban it, then ban it again, bury it, dig it up and ban it again.

“Peterson, a psychology professor at the University of Toronto, first became famous by his public opposition to compelled use of gender-neutral pronouns and became an international celebrity for online lectures, free speech stances and a bestselling book. Whitcoulls did not explain any connection between Peterson and the Christchurch tragedy or the alleged gunman. Among his fans are some white supremacy adherents, but neither Peterson nor his book is referenced anywhere in the 74-page manifesto allegedly released by the killer prior to the March 15 attacks. The treatise says the murder spree was in response to Muslim immigration, characterized as “an invasion” threatening the white population. Peterson did a series of lectures and engagements in New Zealand and Australia in February.”

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Time for South Australians to Get More of Our Over-Population Problems By James Reed

     Thanks to the editor in SA for this one, for nobody in the eastern states thinks very much about South Australia. It is like the way Americans are oblivious to say, Australia itself. Australia? Isn’t that in Europe (thinking of Austria as it sounds similar). Anyway, even given the small immigration cuts, done to hose down sustainability concerns about Sydney and Melbourne, South Australia’s power elites are aggressively wanting a massive population increase, in the driest state in the driest continent on Earth, already with water problems, employment problems, you name it,  real environmental and economic sustainability for sure.

“More migrants will call South Australia home, with far greater ease, under a push to lure new arrivals away from big cities to the regions. Prime Minister Scott Morrison will on Wednesday unveil a population strategy that will slash Australia’s possible migrant intake from 190,000 to 160,000. But the flipside will see scores of migrants living and working in key regions and smaller cities, including Adelaide and SA. Mr Marshall has called population growth his “No. 1 priority” since coming to power. The plan reads like the wishlist Premier Steven Marshall presented to the PM last month as part of his population plan for SA. Mr Morrison’s plan includes new visas for regional areas, priority processing and incentives for international students including post-study work rights and tailored schemes to match skilled migrants to jobs in emerging industries, such as space and defence. It comes as exclusive polling, commissioned by The Advertiser, shows one in three South Australians want to see the state’s population grow, compared to just one in 10 wanting a drop. The YouGov Galaxy polling revealed 54 per cent of South Australians want the population to remain stable.”

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US Abortionists Cutting Babies’ Throats, but Not Discriminatory! By Mrs Vera West

     With all of the debate about the evils of discrimination, one would have thought at first glance that abortion would be such a discrimination, against the life of a living being, just as animal rights folk argue in parallel. But, no, the hypothetical right to life of the foetus is always trumped by feminist values, so that infanticide is now effectively permitted in New York.

     And, this:

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Surprise, Surprise; UN Migration Pact Binding After All! By James Reed

     At the time the elites from the UN lied and said that the Migration Pact, which creates virtually open borders migration, was not “binding,” but now after the ink has dried, the Pact is reviewed as binding, by the back door:

“Internal documents reveal that Brussels plans to incorporate the controversial UN migration pact into the EU’s legal framework “through the back door”, Austria and Hungary have warned. Earlier this week, Austrian Foreign Minister Karin Kneissl told Brussels the government was opposed to a report by the European Commission’s Legal Service declaring that the UN compact should have legally binding consequences for every EU member state including those which withdrew from the agreement. The compact describes mass migration as “inevitable, necessary and desirable”. As an increasing number of countries, including a handful of EU member states, began to have doubts about the UN compact in the weeks and months leading up to its signing in December last year, figures including Germany’s Angela Merkel insisted to its opponents that the document was non-binding, while media outlets attacked any suggestion to the contrary as “far-right conspiracy theory”. Given these repeated assurances from key European figures, Kneissl told local media she was “astonished” to discover the document showing the Commission had apparently reversed its previous stance that the pact was non-binding.”

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Wearing Head Scarfs All the Time By Mrs Vera West

     New Zealand women wore head scarfs similar to the traditional hijab, to show their support for the victims and for Islam, which cannot be other than a good thing:

     There are many photos of the New Zealand prime minister Jacinda Ardern in such a head scarf:

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Did Ivanka Trump Listen to Me about the Universities? By James Reed

     I have been ranting and raving about the need to close down the universities for some time now, but with only slow progress. I expect that like most things, the universities will end in their own time, falling apart under the weight of their own evil. In the US though, there is realisation that getting a degree is not a bowel, sorry, bowl, of cherries, plunging students into a bitter world of debt.

“America’s ever-deepening college debt problem is really a symptom of a worse malady: our societal addiction to college itself. Any sober assessment of the facts would indicate that too many Americans are going to college. As a result, college costs—and debt—have skyrocketed while the rewards for college have plunged. Yet this is something that has escaped the attention of our political elites. And, as it turns out, our financial and cultural elites—as the recent college admissions scandal indicates. Many Democrats want to double-down, promising “free college” to young people—a euphemism for college funded by taxpayers. Perhaps surprisingly, Ivy-league educated Ivanka Trump has recently come out as a skeptic about America’s love affair with college. The first daughter has taken up a leadership role in the Trump administration’s workforce development efforts—and shown a remarkable candidness when it comes to our college problem.

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Get Your Pronouns Right! By Mrs Vera West

     In these tense times, getting one’s pronouns right is important, if freedoms are to be preserved:

“When Caroline Farrow, a Catholic commentator, and transgender rights campaigner Susie Green, agreed to take part in a television debate about a controversial Girl Guides policy, producers would have expected differences of opinion. But while the conversation on screen was certainly heated, it was what happened off-air when the pair continued the debate on Twitter that resulted in a six-month-long police investigation. Mrs Farrow, a mother of five with strong religious views, allegedly used the wrong pronoun when referring to Ms Green's transgender daughter. Ms Green was so angered by what she described as a "distressing and spiteful" attack that she lodged a formal complaint with Surrey police. On Monday night, they contacted Mrs Farrow and asked her to attend a voluntary police interview. The response by a police force which, like all others, is struggling to cope with violent crime and knife violence, will raise eyebrows and further fuel the debate around police priorities.”

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Blazing Acts of Desperation By Richard Miller

     In Italy, a migrant raises the terrible  issue of death of refugees in the Mediterranean, dramatically:

“The driver of a school bus filled with children has been arrested by Italian police for setting fire to the vehicle near Milan. The Senegalese man reportedly called for an end to “deaths in the Mediterranean” during the incident. Miraculously all 51 schoolboys managed to escape the fire without injuries, although 12 children and two adults were sent to hospital for smoke inhalation, according to RaiNews24. The 46-year-old Senegal-born driver reportedly spilled gasoline down the aisle of the bus while shouting that he wants to stop deaths in the Mediterranean Sea before igniting the blaze.”

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Things go Better with Coke, Cancer and Heart Disease By Mrs Vera West

     I did not know that things were this bad; rotting teeth, yes, but all the rest? It is a health apocalypse.

“DRINKING Coke or Diet Coke everyday could increase your risk of dying young, experts have warned. Two cans of regular Coke increases the risk of early death from heart disease by a third. Sugar-laden fizzy drinks also increase the risk of early death from any cause by a fifth - and are also fuelling a rise in cancer cases, Harvard experts said. While swapping to Diet Coke - or diet versions in general - is better, drink more than four a day and you're still at risk of dying young. In fact, previous studies have shown that the six common artificial sweeteners - aspartame, sucralose, saccharin, neotame, advantame and acesulfame potassium-k - have all been found to be toxic to gut bacteria. They've been associated with weight gain, slashing the chances of getting pregnant during IVF, tripling the risk of a deadly stroke and dementia, and raising the risk of developing diabetes. Stick to water. Experts said the best option is to ditch fizzy drinks altogether and stick to water instead.

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On Trump the Traitor By Charles Taylor

     It has taken some time for the Dissent Right to wake up to Trump as being just another neo-conman with a trophy wife, but it is happening. But, rather than grow up, the movement has been to go for Yang who is promising $1,000 a month. Yes, sounds good, just like all of Trump’s promises, but if Trump could lie to you and get away with it, what makes you think a Democrat will deliver? As if the system will allow it. Building a border wall is small fry compared to the Yang promise. This is an illustration of how utterly stupid people have become, or desperate. 

     Anyway, here are some tear-jerking comments about Trump’s betrayal. It reads like a broken romance, and in many respects, it is, because the realisation is that conventional politics is dead and that the future is dangerous.

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The Legal Status of Weeds By Ian Wilson LL.B

     Just as white people re beginning to lose their rights, others are set to catch them, such as plants and animals, in the great pendulum of history:

“University of Sydney research probing into the “moral, legal and political status” of animals and the environment has been slammed as “out of touch”, prompting questions over who is funding the study. A team of 14 university researchers studying “Multispecies Justice”, claim to explore rights for those that are “more than human” as part of the University of Sydney’s broader FutureFix program they themselves have dubbed as “counterintuitive”, as stated on their website. “Justice is typically thought to be the preserve of humans, and advocacy has sought to ensure all humans are subjects of justice,” researchers wrote on the university’s website. “But harms inflicted on animals and the environment are coming to be understood as injustices.”

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Letter to The Editor - People in general to prefer to live among folk of their own ethnicity

To The Age        Nicole Hemmer shows no sympathy for the interests of white people ("'White power' a growing danger", 25/3) and thus provides a distorted picture of what white political activists around the world are on about. By no means all of them are advocates of "violent white supremacy". What many of them are concerned about is the disempowerment of their group that is happening, due to falling birth rates and the global movement of folk of other ethnicities; and they have legitimate grounds for fearing that their welfare is at stake. It is reasonable for people in general to prefer to live among folk of their own ethnicity and to fear political loss of their homelands and group identity.
  Nigel Jackson, Belgrave, Vic

Letter to The Editor - Perfectly entitled to band together to protect their interests

To The Australian        In present debate about "white supremacism" I haven't seen use of the phrase "kith and kin". Perhaps this is because it embodies a conviction (currently politically incorrect) that it is natural and laudable for human beings in general to prefer to live among folk of their own ethnicity - and to fear historical change that threatens to make them minorities in their own homelands. Holding such an attitude does not necessarily involve adherence to any doctrine of ethnic supremacism. Thus, Jennifer Oriel may be too hasty ("We need the truth to understand", 25/3) in dismissing "ethnicity-based nationhood" and "ethno-nationalism". Such a policy can be followed without engagement in "the dehumanisation" of people of other ethnicities. In particular, white people around the world are perfectly entitled to band together to protect their interests as much as is reasonable.
  Nigel Jackson, Belgrave, Vic

We All Need to be Calm and Tolerant By Bruce Bennett

     A big storm about nothing; a misunderstanding taken out of context, of course. Words do not mean what they mean, but rather, something else; maybe anything the elites want them to mean. Death threats may really be invitations of love:

“Scott Morrison says Turkey’s President has “moderated his views” after the Prime Minister took him on over his “very offensive” outburst against Australians. Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s office today said the President’s comments that Australians with anti-Muslim views would be sent back in coffins like “their grandfathers (in Gallipoli)” were taken out-of-context and that he welcomed Anzac Day visitors. The Prime Minister responded by stating “progress has been made” and that there would be further meetings with Turkish officials. “Overnight, progress has been made on this issue and overnight we’ve already seen a moderation of the president’s views,” he said.

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