The Traitors from Within By Charles Taylor

     Cicero famously said :

“A nation can survive its fools, and even the ambitious. But it cannot survive treason from within. An enemy at the gates is less formidable, for he is known and carries his banner openly. But the traitor moves amongst those within the gate freely, his sly whispers rustling through all the alleys, heard in the very halls of government itself. For the traitor appears not a traitor; he speaks in accents familiar to his victims, and he wears their face and their arguments, he appeals to the baseness that lies deep in the hearts of all men. He rots the soul of a nation, he works secretly and unknown in the night to undermine the pillars of the city, he infects the body politic so that it can no longer resist. A murderer is less to fear.”

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Politicians again show “Real Genius” By Viv Forbes

     Back in the chaotic dying days of the Whitlam-Cairns-Connor government, Canberra was buzzing with Rex Connor’s grand plans for a national energy grid and gas pipelines linking the NW Shelf to the capital cities, all to be funded by massive foreign loans arranged by a mysterious Pakistani named Khemlani. Malcolm Frazer staged a parliamentary revolt. The economy slumped. A British observer at the time noted “Any fool can bugger up Britain but it takes real genius to bugger up Australia.” Australian politicians are again showing real genius. Now, we have incredible tri-partisan plans to cover the continent with a spider-web of  transmission lines connecting wind/solar “farms” sending piddling amounts of intermittent power to distant consumers and to expensive battery and hydro backups - all funded by electricity consumers, tax-assisted speculators and foreign debt.

     We are the world’s biggest coal exporter but have not built a big coal-fired power station for 11 years. We have massive deposits of uranium but 100% of this energy is either exported, or sterilised by the Giant Rainbow Serpent, or blocked by the Green-anti’s. Australia suffers recurrent droughts but has not built a major water supply dam for about 40 years, and the average age of our hydro-electric plants is 48 years. And when the floods do come, desperate farmers watch as years of rain water rush past to irrigate distant oceans. Once, Australia was a world leader in exploration and drilling – it is now a world leader in legalism, red tape and environmental obstructionism. Once, Canberra and the states encouraged oil and gas exploration with geological mapping and research - now they restrict land access and limit exports. Once, Australia was a world leader in refining metals and petroleum - now our expensive unreliable electricity and green tape are driving these industries and their jobs overseas.

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Now, Thanks to Morrison, Millions of Indonesians Will be Here! By James Reed

     James Reed’s iron law of politics is that each Australia prime minister gets worse than the last. I thought it would be difficult for someone to top Mal, but Scotty has done just that in record time as these  articles and video make clear in no uncertain terms:

     Jewish cultural critic Avi Yemini is, as usual, on the ball with this one:

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The War on Australian Streets By Michael Ferguson

     We cover very extensively the war in Europe and the United States because this gives an idea of what is coming our way. For example, mass brawls, actually riots, are becoming more frequent, sometimes involving hundreds of people:

“POLICE say they are horrified by the behaviour of up to 200 individuals after a wild brawl inside a live music venue in Melbourne spilled out onto the street. Seven people were injured after a car accelerated towards the crowd at top speed during the brawl in Collingwood. “He was going at a blistering pace and he was f***ing aiming for people straight at them,” one witness told the Herald Sun. “Everyone was screaming. I didn’t see the moment of impact but it was clear he had just one agenda to annihilate people.” One 18-year-old man was pinned against a parked car and taken to hospital as a result, sustaining a serious leg injury. Commander Tim Hansen from Victoria Police said the incident began inside the Gasometer Hotel and despite police being “aware of the event” and tasking resources to patrol the area, they arrived shortly after the main incident occurred and missed the major affray. One man was hit by the car and blood and debris were scattered along the street."

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Now Milk is Racist, What Next, Marxist Textbooks? By James Reed

     Well here it is, my crazy story torn from the insane pages of academia for this week. Did you know that milk, the stuff that you have on your cornflakes each morning, is … is … racist!

“A professor at George Washington University Law School argued that milk is a tool of “white supremacy.” “Sociologist Professor E. Melanie Dupuis has studied the historical links between milk-drinking and manifestations of white supremacy in society,” George Washington University Law School Legal Writing Professor Iselin Gambert writes in a new research paper of the supposedly nefarious consequences of milk-drinking on American society. According to Gambert, milk is a “symbol and tool” of “white dominance and superiority.” Milk is one of the most ubiquitous and heavily regulated substances on the planet – and perhaps one of the most contested. It is tied closely to notions of purity, health, and femininity, and is seen as so central to human civilization that our own galaxy – the Milky Way – is named after it. But despite its wholesome reputation, milk has long had a sinister side, being bound up with the exploitation of the (human and nonhuman) bodies it comes from and being a symbol of and tool for white dominance and superiority. The word itself, in verb form, means “to exploit.” It is also a word at the center of a decades-old, multinational battle taking place in courthouses, the halls of congress, on social media, and in the streets."

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Sicilian Police Commissioner Attacked with Razor Blades By John Steele

     Here is another story of European social collapse, which involves an attack by migrants with razors, upon the Sicilian police commissioner Nuccio Garozzo at his home:

“Italy's far-right Interior Minister Matteo Salvini has blamed an attempted robbery of a Sicilian police commissioner on the EU migrant crisis, claiming his country 'is insane'. Nuccio Garozzo woke to find two men having broken into his home in Catania, Sicily, and was reportedly attacked with a razor blade when he took on the would-be burglars. Local media reports that the two fled the scene, but that Mr Garozzo was able to apprehend one of them, who was later identified as an 18-year-old Gambian migrant. Salvini launched into a furious rant about implementing his League Party's anti-immigrant policies and published images of the bloodied Mr Garozzo on his Facebook. 'We're insane,' Salvini wrote, stating that the attacked Mr Garozzo had 'all my solidarity'.

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Canada’s Idi Amin By Charles Taylor

     Freedom disappears daily in the West, now. Take Canada for example, where Trudeau is becoming, some such as Jack Engelhard say, as tyrannical as former African dictator Idi Amin (remember him?)

“The doors were mostly closed. Now they are wide open. In Canada. Under Justin Trudeau. For Muslims. Say a word about that and Trudeau will call you a racist, as happened to a woman in Quebec. She was immediately surrounded by tall men when she asked if tax dollars going to migrants would ever be returned to Canadian citizens. Trudeau swiftly clamped her down, as bigoted, for daring to bring up an issue about his favorite people.Where did she think she was – in a free country? Trudeau, fast becoming Canada’s Idi Amin, might have you arrested if you depart from his policies. These policies include funds for Muslim rallies where imams call for the murder of all Jews. Yes, that’s in broad daylight…in Canada…run by Liberals… and kudos to Parliamentarian Candice Bergen for her courage to speak up in front of Canada’s golden boy tyrant in Ottawa.

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John McCain and the Muslim Brotherhood By Peter Ewer

     US globalist Senator John McCain has now been planted in the soil, but questions remain: hero, or traitor?

“Egyptian media has accused the late US senator and presidential nominee John McCain of being the ‘Godfather’, ‘leader’, and ‘real Supreme Guide’ of the Muslim Brotherhood organisation. In remarks, he made during a talk show aired on Sada El-Balad TV, the Egyptian media personality and TV host Ahmed Moussa claimed that McCain, recognised in the US as a national war hero and longtime senator, was, in fact, the ‘real Supreme Guide’ of the Muslim Brotherhood. “John McCain is the real Supreme Guide of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood, not Badee and not Akef,” Moussa said. “Today was John McCain’s funeral, which the leaders of the criminal Brotherhood in America have taken part in,” he continued, “ and they performed the Absentee funeral prayer for John McCain in Qatar, Turkey, USA, and Britain.” “[McCain] was the main supporter for the terrorist Brotherhood,” he added. “Senator McCain was the one who opened up the Congress to the Brotherhood. He was the one arranging the meetings and appointments and providing them with protection.”

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On the Question of Military Invasions By Peter Ewer

     Recently failed US presidential Hispanic Senator Marco Rubio said that the US should consider a military invasion of Venezuela:

“In the interview with Miami’s Univisión 23 last Wednesday, Rubio said that a military intervention may be justified on the grounds of national security. “For months and years, I wanted the solution in Venezuela to be a non-military and peaceful solution, simply to restore democracy,” he said. “There is a national assembly elected by the people that has been annulled by a dictatorship.” “I believe that the Armed Forces of the United States are only used in the event of a threat to national security,” he continued. “I believe that there is a very strong argument that can be made at this time that Venezuela and the Maduro regime has become a threat to the region and even to the United States.”

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Dying for a Paycheck By Peter West

     A new book by Jeffrey Pfeffer, Dying for A Paycheck (HarperBusiness, 2018), documents the terrible price that modern globalised capitalism, with its manic production schedule is having upon human social life, and health. The focus is largely upon the US, as most research is, but it is still relevant to us in Australia, since we are a microcosm of the US, and most diseases made in America, soon blow to our shores. In one US survey, 61 percent of employees said that workplace stress had made them sick, and of these 7 percent had been hospitalised. Job stress in the US costs employers over $ 300 billion per year, with 120,000 excess deaths annually. China is even worse with an estimated one million people a year dying from overwork, and rising. The world has become a vast sweatshop:

     Here are some insightful comments in an interview which Pfeffer gave about his book:

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Let the Thieves Run Free; Britain By Ian Wilson LL.B

     Here is more proof, if one needs it, that the rule of law is breaking down in Britain, regardless of immigration race issues. Surely, in a country governed by the rule of law, all, repeat, all crimes require investigation. One would have thought so, but in modern Britain, this is not so:

“Police in Norfolk, England, have dropped hundreds of burglary investigations after a computer algorithm recommended they were not worth pursuing, according to reports. Burglaries in the United Kingdom — which are much more likely to take place while the residents are at home than in the U.S., as Britons may not keep arms for home defence — have surged in recent years, with fewer and fewer resulting in any meaningful police action as resources shrink and focus shifts to new priorities such as ‘hate incidents’. Now the burglary ‘detection’ rate — which is already a mere 3 percent, having halved from an already low 6 percent since 2013 — looks set to decline even further with police in Norfolk trialling a computer algorithm which recommends whether or not a break-in is worth investigating. According to the Mail on Sunday, police are “simply closing cases after the machine calculates the chances of making an arrest and recovering treasured stolen goods” without doing any detailed detective work, without victims being told what has happened.”

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A Threat to European Civilisation By Richard Miller

     While Western Europe has been done over a trillion times since the end of World War II by political correctness and cultural Marxism, a grain of sanity still exists in the East regarding what the  Czech prime minister has called a threat to European civilisation:

“Czech prime minister Andrej Babiš has condemned the past approach of Merkel’s Germany and the European Union to illegal immigration, branding it a “threat to European civilisation”. Andrej Babiš, a Slovak-origin populist and billionaire tycoon sometimes described as the ‘Czech Trump’,  told national television: “We do not want to live here in Africa or the Middle East. We have to stop [immigration from these places].” He predicted that if immigration was not brought under control, public anger and disillusionment would grow, warning “Chemnitz is around the corner” — a reference to the large-scale public protests against Germany’s migrant policy following the fatal stabbing of a local man, allegedly by a Syrian and an Iraqi with a string of previous convictions.”

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China Exploits Africa, But the Left in the West Don’t Care By James Reed

     The big thing about Western colonialism, leading to the great social mess in South Africa, is that the West is eternally guilty. The Left have this as one of their “big things,” but they go to sleep when their communist mummy China does the exploiting. The extent of this exploitation in Africa is staggering, as Doug Casey claims:

“Justin: Is China exploiting Africa? Doug: Of course “exploit” is a loaded word; it implies one-sided, unbalanced dealings, and unfair business—although the word “fair” also has lots of baggage, and politically charged meanings. But, yes, they’re definitely exploiting Africa. We’re seeing a veritable re-colonization of Africa. Every time I visit Africa I see more and more Chinese. It doesn’t matter which country; they’re everywhere. It’s important to remember that Africa doesn’t produce anything besides raw materials. There’s close to zero manufacturing, like 1% of the world’s total, in sub-Saharan Africa. And almost all of that is in South Africa. The little there is, is only produced with the help foreigners—Europeans, but increasingly the Chinese. … The Chinese see the place the way the Spanish saw Mexico and Peru in the 16th C. Of course they won’t say that in public. In fact it’s very non-PC for anyone to make that observation…

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More on 9/11 By Chris Knight

     What we all need at the moment is a good 9/11 conspiracy theory to blow away the winter cobwebs:

“The authors of a new book on 9/11 hope to refocus public attention on the cover-up. Thoroughly mining the multiple official investigations into the event, John Duffy and Ray Nowosielski find huge holes and contradictions in the official story that 9/11 was merely “a failure to connect the dots.” Duffy, a left-leaning writer and environmental activist, and Nowosielski, a documentary filmmaker, have nowhere near the prominence of other journalists who have poked holes in the official story, in particular Lawrence Wright, author of The Looming Tower: Al-Qaeda and the Road to 9/11, the Pulitzer Prize–winning book that was turned into a gripping multi-part docudrama on Hulu earlier this year. But Duffy and Nowosielski come to the story with a noteworthy credential: In 2009 they scored an astounding video interview with Richard Clarke, a White House counterterrorism adviser during the Bill Clinton and George W. Bush administrations. In it, Clarke raged that top CIA officials, including director George Tenet, had withheld crucial information from him about Al-Qaeda’s plotting and movements, including the arrival in the U.S. of future hijackers Khalid al-Mihdhar and Nawaf al-Hazmi. In The Watchdogs Didn’t Bark: The CIA, NSA, and the Crimes of the War on Terror, the authors assemble a compelling case of a government-wide cover-up of Saudi complicity in the affair.

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Planet X; Does it Exist? By Brian Simpson

     For the many hundreds of  readers who, like me are fascinated by astrophysics and astronomy, today we look at Planet X. Well, not exactly look at it literally, because nobody knows whether or not it exists: it is hypothesised to exist to explain various anomalies:

“Although the evidence to support the existence of Planet Nine has only been circumstantial so far, astronomers continue the search for this mysterious world hypothetically lurking in the outer regions of the solar system.Thought to hide out somewhere beyond the orbit of Neptune and the Kuiper belt, the elusive Planet Nine was first theorized in 2016 by Konstantin Batygin and Mike Brown, two planetary astrophysicists with the California Institute of Technology (Caltech). As reported by The Inquisitr, Batygin and Brown proposed that this enigmatic planet, known as the “missing super-Earth,” is the reason behind the peculiar orbit of a handful of small objects in the Kuiper belt, which exhibit a bizarre tilt in relation to the plane of the solar system.”

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California Trumps Even Our Universities! By Mrs Vera West

     Here in Australia the femocrats are just getting started on pushing for greater numbers of women in top corporate jobs. Yes, the elites may have thought that political correctness was for others, but not themselves, but they sure have got that one wrong, just ask Julia Gillard:

     Once again, Kalifornication is showing the West where this will go:

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White South Africans to Pay for Their Own Genocide Now! By Bruce Bennett

     It must surely be the ultimate victory; getting one’s enemy to dig their own graves:

“South African farmers subjected to land expropriation without compensation will still have to pay off their debts for property which has been seized by the state, according to a major bank. In an email from Nedbank widely circulated on social media, now confirmed as genuine by Head of Group Media Relations Kedibonea Molopyane, according to The South African, farmers are warned that their debts will have to be paid in full even after their property is confiscated by the government. It reads as follows:

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Bolt Reports on More Politically Correct Madness By James Reed

     Andrew bolt is my favourite Australian journalist, more hard hitting than me. If I was not so old and burnt out, I would be jealous. First, more African brawls, enriching our otherwise bland cultural life:

“Victoria Police are yet to arrest a driver who drove his car into pedestrians during a wild brawl in Melbourne’s inner-north and seriously injured an 18 year old man. North West Metro Commander Tim Hansen said a group of up to 14 detectives has been assigned to investigate how a fight inside Collingwood’s Gasometer Hotel led to a street brawl and six people going to hospital. Police were keeping a “watching brief” on the 66 Records launch at the Gasometer last night, due to the large numbers of Pacific Islanders and African-Australians attending... Police were called to the scene after around 200 teens and young adults left a venue on nearby Smith Street in Collingwood and broke into violence on the street...

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A Proof of False News By Bruce Bennett

     Here is a good “gotcha’ moment for Trump, in exposing the “false news” of the mainstream press:

“It all began on July 27 when CNN’s Bernstein shared a byline with former Barack Obama administration official and chief CNN national security correspondent Jim Sciutto, along with CNN researcher and producer Marshall Cohen, with the headline: “Cohen claims Trump knew in advance of 2016 Trump Tower meeting.” The fact that Bernstein–who along with Bob Woodward broke and chronicled the Watergate scandal that led to the eventual resignation of Richard Nixon from the presidency–was on the byline was significant, as it threw the weight and heft of his personal credibility behind the network’s story. In the piece, Bernstein, Sciutto, and Cohen used anonymous “sources” to claim that President Donald Trump’s now former personal attorney Michael Cohen was willing to undercut President Trump’s claims about the famed 2016 Trump Tower meeting that the president’s son Donald Trump, Jr., his son-in-law Jared Kushner, and then-campaign chairman Paul Manafort had with a Russian attorney with links to the Kremlin. “Michael Cohen, President Donald Trump’s former personal attorney, claims that then-candidate Trump knew in advance about the June 2016 meeting in Trump Tower in which Russians were expected to offer his campaign dirt on Hillary Clinton, sources with knowledge tell CNN,” Bernstein, Sciutto, and Cohen wrote. “Cohen is willing to make that assertion to special counsel Robert Mueller, the sources said.”

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Deracinated Macron the Macaroni Man By John Steele

     I am against steroid use, but some people need a shot in the butt. “French’ President Macron comes to mind:

“French politicians have reacted with anger after Emmanuel Macron asserted that “true” Frenchmen and Danes “do not exist”, and attacked the people he rules over as stubbornly resistant to change while on an official visit to Denmark. The French president made the remarks while on a three-day tour of Denmark and Finland, where he is hoping to establish a “progressive arc” of nations supporting his vision of a globalised EU superstate, which would revolve around a liberal conception of human rights, ahead of European Parliament elections next year. Speaking before a gala lobster dinner on Wednesday, at which Denmark’s Queen Margaret was in attendance, Macron praised the Scandinavian nation as one which is “completely open to the rest of the world” compared with a France whose people he said showed a “Gaulish stubborn resistance to change”.

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