Christian Foundations of the Common Law, Volume 3: Australia By Ian Wilson LL.B

     This is a brief review of a tremendous new book by Professor Augusto Zimmerman, Christian Foundations of the Common Law: Australia, (Connor Court Publishing, 2018), which is the third volume in the series on the Christian foundations of the common law, and no doubt, the one volume potentially of most interest to readers, for obvious reasons. Professor Moens in his introduction to this book says that  Australian society has become secularised,  and that there is a danger of legal students, and the public, losing the historical sense of the close connection between Christianity and the evolution of the common law in Australia. This volume serves to remind us all of the glory of the past, and the potentials (and threats) for the future, if only we can “maintain the faith.” Perhaps the allusion here is to Paul’s great saying: 

“I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith.  Now there is in store for me the crown of righteousness, which the Lord, the righteous Judge, will award to me on that day—and not only to me, but also to all who have longed for his appearing”: 2 Timothy 4:7-8.

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Aussie Schools Have a Bit of Catching Up to Do … to be as Degenerate as US Schools! By James Reed

     There is the future of high school education in multicultralia: teacher student fistfights:

“A teacher and student at a southeast Los Angeles, California, high school came to blows Friday afternoon, and it was all caught on video. The footage from CNN affiliates KTLA-TV and KCAL shows Maywood Academy High School music teacher Marston Riley, 64, standing face to face with a 14-year-old boy at the front of a classroom when Riley punches him. It's at this point the two begin exchanging punches. The boy wound up on the ground wrapping his arms around Riley's leg. Riley, at this point, repeatedly punches him. The brawl ends with students and what appears to be a campus resource officer trying to separate the two, but Riley continues to pursue the student. It is not clear when the short video started and if it caught the entire exchange. Students told KTLA the fight began after Riley asked the student to leave the class because he wasn't wearing the proper uniform. The boy refused, students said, and video taken by another student shows the boy shouting profanity and a racial slur at Riley, who is black. The boy, who has not been identified, was taken to a local hospital where he was treated for moderate injuries and later released, according to a news release from the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. Riley was arrested on charges of child abuse, the release said. He posted bond and was released Saturday. Riley has an arraignment scheduled for November 30.”

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The Muscles of the Right By John Steele

     Although the Left are violent, on an individual basis, they are weak. One-on-one, they seldom can deal with their Right opponents, not that anyone should be naughty and fighting anyway (bad, bad, illegal etc.), but this is simply my professional observation from YouTube pondering and viewing. However, there may be a scientific explanation for this, that stronger, muscular men, tend to be more conservative, if not Right wing:

“Men with large upper bodies have a tendency to favour inequality in society and a limited redistribution of resources. This is the conclusion drawn by Professor Michael Bang Petersen and Associate Professor Lasse Laustsen from the Department of Political Science in a study published in the journal, Political Psychology. "The results challenge the belief that our political views are formed by logic and reason alone. Instead, our views seemingly reflect intuitions produced by a Stone Age mind," says Michael Bang Petersen. Modern man thinks with his caveman brain. The new study concerns humans, but takes a theoretical starting point in one of the most well-documented findings in the study of animals: Physical strength shapes the conflict behaviour of animals. If animals are larger and stronger than their rivals, they are prone to attempt to assert themselves in the struggle for status and resources. However, if they are weaker than their rivals, they are likely to withdraw from the conflict. According to the latest research results from Aarhus BSS, the same logic applies to modern men when they reason about political conflicts regarding the redistribution of resources in society.

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A Plastic World By Mrs Vera West

     Here is news that even I, who am well up on the pollution of the world, both physical and metaphysical, found disturbing; we are literally becoming polluted with so much plastic that it is now invading our very bodies:

“Today at the United European Gastroenterology meeting in Vienna, researchers announced they have detected microplastics in stool samples from every single one of a small group of international test subjects. "Plastics are pervasive in everyday life and humans are exposed to plastics in numerous ways," said Philipp Schwable, a gastroenterologist at the Medical University of Vienna, who led the study, via email. And yet, even he did not expect that every poo would test positive. The pilot study tested eight subjects from eight different countries: Austria, Italy, Finland, Japan, the Netherlands, Poland, Russia, and the UK. Each maintained a food diary the week before donating their stools, which they deposited in glass jars, wrapped in biohazard bags, and shipped in cardboard boxes marked "Biological Substance, Category B" to the Environment Agency Austria for analysis.

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Feminism Paralyses Men: Pamela Anderson By Mrs Vera West

     If you don’t know who Pamela Anderson is, don’t Google it if you are scared of silicon. However, while being something of a top-heavy Barbie doll, Pamela Anderson has made much sense in her recent attack on modern insane feminism:

“Feminism can go too far. I'm a feminist, but I think that this third wave of feminism is a bore. I think it paralyses men.” Pamela Anderson criticises the #MeToo movement, warning women to use “common sense” @PamFoundation #60Mins.” ““I think that this Me Too movement is a bit too much for me. I’m sorry, I’ll probably get killed for saying that…but my mother taught me, don’t go to a hotel with a stranger,” she also said. The Baywatch star also said that her time as a Playboy model was “very empowering” and that “no one forced me to do anything.” This isn’t the first time that Anderson has made comments about the #MeToo movement. In December, the 51-year-old sparked controversy for saying that some of the alleged victims who came forward in the #MeToo era could have made better choices. “Don’t go into a hotel room alone. If someone answers the door in a bathrobe, leave. These are things that are common sense, but I know Hollywood is very seductive and that people want to be famous,” she said.”

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With Friends Like Mexico, who Needs Enemies? By Chris Knight

     Some Mexicans are almost as eager as the global communist elite, to transform the US into Atzlan, a part of Mexico, so much so that they are transporting illegals to the border, hoping that they will be in time to vote in the US elections:

“After three grueling weeks walking along highways and hitching rides in pickups and flatbed trucks, thousands of Central American migrants traveling in a caravan through southern Mexico learned Friday that they would soon be leapfrogging ahead to the nation's capital in buses. Meanwhile in the U.S., President Trump has made the caravan a key election issues, telling crowds "this will be the election of the caravan." As the caravan crossed into the Gulf coast state of Veracruz, Gov. Miguel Angel Yunes announced that authorities there would be providing not only humanitarian assistance but also offering mass transportation for the migrants. "It is very important that they be able to move soon from Veracruz toward another place," Yunes said in a video message released in the evening. "For that reason, we also offered them transportation so that, if possible, tomorrow ... they may be able to go to Mexico City or to the place they wish."

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Who’s Afraid of Mobile Phone Cancer By Brian Simpson

     Animal models in drug and vaccine testing are used to confirm drug effectiveness, but not conclusively until human studies are done. But, if bad effects are seen, then this is grounds for caution. Not so, apparently, for mobile phones. I am sure that most young people, who are virtually a part of their mobile phones, are more concerned about their phone getting cancer than them. Nevertheless, a recent study found that there was “clear evidence” of malignant tumours in the hearts, brains and adrenal glands of male rats.

     One science site says that human users should not be unduly concerned:

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Where Your Tax payer’s Dollar Goes By James Reed

     Don’t worry, your money is going to a better place, a happier place, where it will no longer have to worry about the problems of this river of tears:

“News Corp is refusing to explain exactly how it will spend taxpayers' money more than six months after the Turnbull government granted Foxtel $30 million. While a funding agreement has been drawn up and signed, Foxtel and its parent company remain tight-lipped about which sports have benefited from the government handout. The broadcaster was eligible for the first instalment – worth $7.5 million – last month after the government signed off on its 2017-18 "strategic roadmap". Foxtel has been airing AFL Women's League games as well as women's softball in recent weeks. However, it is unclear whether taxpayer funds were used to obtain these broadcast rights. A Foxtel spokesman declined to comment and instead referred questions to News Corp, which owns a 50 per cent stake in Foxtel. A News Corp spokeswoman refused to specifically detail which sports benefited from the government's first $7.5 million grant but said Foxtel's commitment to women's and niche sports was evident.”

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Should We Believe Women if They Lie, and Say So? By Charles Taylor

     It seems that one of the women who made false rape accusations against Justice Brett Kavanaugh, is being investigated by the FBI. Some say that this may lead to her prosecution, and if found guilty, jailing. But, I am not so sure, for the FBI is an anti-Trump organization and who knows what they will do.

“Just days before the midterm elections, Sen. Chuck Grassley asked the federal authorities on Friday to investigate another person he says made false claims against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh. Grassley, in a letter to the Department of Justice and FBI, said a woman by the name of Judy Munro-Leighton took responsibility for authoring an anonymous letter that made allegations that Kavanaugh and a friend raped her. After she was tracked down and interviewed by Senate investigators, the woman recanted and said she was not, in fact. the author  and had never met Kavanaugh. Grassley claims the woman is a left-wing activist and told investigators it was "just a ploy," he wrote in the letter. Her full comments to investigators were not made available and efforts by USA TODAY to reach Munro-Leighton were unsuccessful. Grassley asked for federal authorities to investigate her on allegations of making false statements and obstruction. The letter marks at least the fourth request Grassley has made of federal authorities to investigate those involved in the controversial Kavanaugh proceedings, which were extended due to a series of sexual assault allegations surfacing when Kavanaugh was in high school and college.”

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Migration is Not a Human Right By Richard Miller

     With the evil globalist conspiratorial Unite Nations seeking to destroy Western civilisation with its migration pact:

It is good to see that not everybody is as apathetic as Australians; certainly not Austria, which is spelt similarly, and letter writers often make this mistake.

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The Wisdom of Aragon By John Steele

     “We all experience many freakish and unexpected events – you have to be open to suffering a little. The philosopher Schopenhauer talked about how out of the randomness, there is an apparent intention in the fate of an individual that can be glimpsed later on. When you are an old guy, you can look back, and maybe this rambling life has some through-line. Others can see it better sometimes. But when you glimpse it yourself, you see it more clearly than anyone.” – Viggo Mortensen, actor and author of Coincidence of Memory (Perceval Press, 2002).

A Question about Electric Cars By James Reed

     As readers will know, I am a hater of much of the sham environmentalism of today, which is just social justice warrior socialism; immigration and population increase have never been addressed by these Greenies, so, they really only care about socialism, not the survival of nature. A real environmentalists, like immigration critic Garret Hardin and Pentti Linkola:

     All tend to be anti-humanist, and what is wrong with that? Anyway, I am getting old and digressing a bit. Here is the text of an email I received raising some good points about electric cars; sorry I don’t know who wrote it, but good work anyway:

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Uncle Len Wants to go Back to “Skool” Or Adult Day-Care, the University By Uncle Len, the Uneducated

     Look, I was fiddling around with old newspaper to … well, never you mind. I was about to use and abuse a slice from the Adelaide great intellectual Sunday Snail, when I read, with great difficulty, since I am illiterate, “School Flunkers are Making Uni Grade,” October 28, 2018, p. 18. Incredible as it seems, over half of all Year 12 students who had flunked their exams were still admitted to university! Whoooaaah! Now you don’t even need to pass to get in, and soon, once in, you won’t even need to pass to get your piece of worthless paper. It will be simply a degree machine, to milk the rich foreign students, before they become migrants to Australia, producing the beautiful Asian utopia. It will be wonderful, those who profit (in the short-term), say.

    This has created the desire  … I can’t believe that I actually used a pseudo-erotic word such as “desire,” but my intensions are pure, as far as a dirty, dispossessed Anglo-hobo can be “pure” … what was I saying? Ok, the urge, no, that’s a bad word too …  maybe the interest, to go to university myself. If the universities are as depraved as James Reed says they are, well, I just have to be there, wallowing in the filth like a pig in poop. And, I have even worked out my course. I want to do Feminism 101 to learn about exotic sexualities, and meet nice homely girls with blue hair, who wear combat boots, and like me, exist in a perpetual state of utter confusion. Perhaps I will know “love,” but not as humans generally know it, before oblivion. Who knows? It will be like visiting another planet, only less radioactive.

Caravan of Law Suits By Charles Taylor

     Not only do we have, among the caravan of illegals heading to the US border for compassion invasion, people who have openly stated that they are only there to take  US jobs, but now we find that some of them are even lodging law suits against the Trump administration, even before getting to Us territory! That has to be a bloody first; people allegedly soooo desperate, and yet someone has an interest to lodge a lawsuit, even before getting to the border!

“ [A] dozen migrants traveling by foot from Honduras to the U.S. to seek asylum filed a class-action lawsuit Thursday against President Trump, the Department of Homeland Security and others, claiming a violation of their due process under the Fifth Amendment. The Fifth Amendment states that, "no person… shall be compelled in any criminal case to be a witness against himself, nor be deprived of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law." A recent PBS report cited former Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, who ruled in 1993 case that "it is well established that the Fifth Amendment entitles aliens to due process of law in a deportation proceeding." Twelve Honduran nationals, including six children, are listed as plaintiffs in the lawsuit.

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Jonestown: Socialism of the Apocalypse By Chris Knight

     I recall hearing on the radio at the time, the actual tapes left behind by fanatic Jim Jones, who led 900 Americans to commit suicide by drinking poison 40 years ago in Guyana South America. The tapes were chilling as Jones screamed as the most mad of mad men do. He did it for hours, totally crazed. And, reflecting back today, I hear that same level of madness and psycho-pathology in the globalists, and their grunter antifart puppets. As well, Jones got as far as he did because he was a utopian socialist:

“Jones was a pioneer in promoting what today we call multiculturalism. He insisted on making his congregation as diverse and rainbow-friendly as possible. He moved the Temple to California in 1965 and eventually ended up in San Francisco. Along the way Jones drew great acclaim in liberal circles as a humanitarian and social reformer. As Wikipedia noted, “Jones enjoyed public support and contact with some of the highest level politicians in the United States. Jones personally met with vice presidential candidate Walter Mondale and First Lady Rosalynn Carter. Guests at a large 1976 testimonial dinner for Jones included Governor Jerry Brown, Lieutenant Governor Mervyn Dymally, and Assemblyman Willie Brown, among others.”

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Pope of the Fanatic Migration Faith By Peter West

     The no-hope Pope is back, making his typical migration cringing boot-licking comments:

“Nations do not build themselves, they “are built by migrants, just as migrants built Europe,” Pope Francis told a group of missionaries this week. “Europe was not just born like that,” the pope told a delegation of Scalabrini missionaries in off-the-cuff remarks in the Vatican Monday. “Europe was made by many waves of migrants over the centuries.” Using the example of the “caravan traveling from Honduras to the United States,” Francis said that migrants prefer to stick together, to move as a group rather than to go it alone like “free agents.” In this way, migrants form their own “communities.”

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The Mad Dog Left By Chris Knight

     This is a taste of what is in store as former White countries become non-white. The progressive Left are just a warm-up of what is coming our way, as we will soon see in South Africa:

“Steven Clifford, author and former CEO of the King Broadcasting Company and National Mobile Television, told PJM that the federal government should “prohibit straight white males from voting” in U.S. elections as a way to “save” democracy. “I think it’s the only hope for democracy in America and I will be leading a great movement to prohibit straight white males, who I believe supported Donald Trump by about 85 percent, from exercising the franchise and I think that will save our democracy,” Clifford said during an interview after speaking at the forum “Destroying the Myths of Market Fundamentalism,” which was organized by the Center for Study of Responsive Law – a group former independent presidential candidate Ralph Nader founded in 1968. Clifford, author of the book CEO Pay Machine: How it Trashes America and How to Stop it, urged Democrats to explain their policy proposals to voters rather than focus on the reasons they oppose President Trump.”

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Don’t Get Blue with Blueberries By Mrs Vera West

     I stopped eating blueberries because I was worried about the natural sugar content, since being over-weight, and old, is a diabetes worry. But, I was mistaken, for blueberries are jam-packed with natural goodness:

“You might have already heard about the anthocyanins in blueberries that give them their blue color and their impressive antioxidant benefits, but the compound responsible for their extraordinary ant-aging effects is known as pterostilbene – and blueberries are the only place you can get it. Pterostilbene is so beneficial because it activates three different pathways that play a role in aging. First of all, it increases the activity of the adenosine monophosphate-activated protein kinase, or AMPK, pathway. As you age, your AMPK activation slows down, and this contributes to accelerated aging and weight gain. That’s because AMPK regulates your body’s production of energy. Increasing AMPK pathway activity brings down fat and blood sugar levels in the blood while reducing body fat stores and chronic inflammation. It has also been shown to improve memory and stop the beta-amyloid plaque and tau tangles behind Alzheimer’s disease form forming. Therefore, it’s estimated to cause a 20 percent lifespan increase. The second way that pterostilbene can extend your life is by limiting the expression of a signaling pathway known as mTOR, which regulates cell growth, proliferation and survival. When things go wrong with this pathway, it can lead to chronic degenerative conditions and cancer. Scientists say that inhibiting this pathway by 25 percent can result in a 20 percent lifespan increase, and animal studies back this up.”

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Big Tech To Crash And then Everything Else By Brian Simpson

     We have been following articles about the coming economic crash, and how even the Murdoch press are speaking about economic Armageddon, and how one needs to become a “prepper”:

     Then there is the looming Big Tech crash:

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Jobs Not Mobs By Charles Taylor

     With the mid-term elections in a few days, trump has released two goal-kicker videos. One has some super-killer migrant who the Demoncrats let into the country, along with an interview from another migrant killer. The other video has one half on the jobs Trump has created, then the other half on antifa/Soros-funded anarchists rampaging. It is enough to make anyone who wants a job, and to live, vote Republican: