Breaking the China Plate, Mate By James Reed

     If we belong to the West anymore, then we should be concerned, deeply concerned about the direction which modern China is taking, which is something quite alien to Western rational thought.

     Right next to a full-page ad celebrating an AFL game in Shanghai (The Australian, October 25, 2017, p.8), we have the story of Xi joining Mao and Deng in the Communist Party pantheon, with the elevation of Xi Jinping, Thought on Socialism with Chinese Characteristics, a strategy of building a modern socialist China. People will be required to conscientiously study this profound document, probably even us, down the track. Here are its key points:

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The Hypocrisy of Hillary By Chris Knight

     The main stream media was manic about a Russian conspiracy to change the course of the US election, by releasing “crooked” Hillary’s dirty secrets.  It did not matter to the MSM that there was dirt, only that something could be thrown at Trump.

     Now, they are awfully quiet about Hillary’s latest scandal, involving Russian attempts to acquire 20 percent of America’s uranium reserves:

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Witchcraft and Murder in Zimbabwe By James Reed

     The news that the World Health Organization has rescinded its appointment of Robert Mugabe,  President of Zimbabwe, to a “goodwill ambassador” role, should raise more than a few questions:

     The WHO Director General Tedros Ghebreyesus, known as Tedros, said  that he had “listened carefully to all who have expressed their concerns” before ending the appointment.

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Letter to The Editor - A Calcutta Election; why not?

     The Show is over and the next big event on the social calendar is the Melbourne Cup—‘the race that stops a nation’.  Enthusiasts study the ‘form guide’ and place their bets on the horse most likely to guarantee a return in relation to the odds offered by the bookmaker or betting agency; it can be great fun!

     Others enjoy the occasion by ‘investing’ what they can afford to lose in ‘Calcutta Sweeps which is also great fun and even better if you draw the winning horse!  Much depends on ‘Lady Luck’ or perhaps in these politically correct times, ‘Person Luck’!

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Letter to The Editor - not act before all reasonable concerns about children’s welfare, free speech and parental rights have been addressed

     Andrew Bragg is unrealistic in imagining that ‘no’ voters in the postal survey will suddenly cease discussion of the issue if they lose (‘Fair, focused debate needed as survey ends’, 26/10). Deeply held convictions will not be surrendered because of a political defeat that many will believe was achieved by ensuring that the public as a whole was inadequately briefed on the issues involved.
     He is right to urge a continuation of ‘respectful debate’ and consideration for the opinions of ‘no’ supporters. That is not compatible with his call for the legislation of same-sex marriage by Christmas. For the sake of ethical integrity and national unity, the government, if ‘yes’ wins, should proceed slowly and carefully and not act before all reasonable concerns about children’s welfare, free speech and parental rights have been addressed.
     NJ, Belgrave, Vic

Are Pollies Druggies or Just Mad? By Mrs Vera West

     We have often wondered whether “our” pollies are just mad, evil, and/ or on “something.” We do not have any data for Australia, but there is some American material that may shed some light on the matter:

“Mike Kim, the reserved pharmacist-turned-owner of the pharmacy, said he has gotten used to knowing the most sensitive details about some of the most famous people in Washington.
“At first it’s cool, and then you realize, I’m filling some drugs that are for some pretty serious health problems as well. And these are the people that are running the country,” Kim said, listing treatments for conditions like diabetes and Alzheimer’s.
“It makes you kind of sit back and say, ‘Wow, they’re making the highest laws of the land and they might not even remember what happened yesterday.’”

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A Part of China By James Reed

     News, very bad news, comes that 8 percent of new homes in Queensland sold between September 2016 and June 2017, were purchased by “non-residents,” mainly Chinese. But non-residents gobbled up 25 percent of new homes in New South Wales and 17 percent in Victoria over the same period:

     Then we have the next wave of colonisation, harking back to the MFP Japanese city proposal of the 1990s, of a $ 1 billion Chinese city:

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What is Wrong with South Aussies? By James Reed

     Don’t get me wrong, some of my best friends and family are South Australians…but…I was surprised to read that Nick Xenophon, someone who voted to scuttle changes to section 18 C:
    is almost twice as popular as the current South Australia Labor premier – does anyone know his name?
    Have South Australians taken leave of their senses, or is the other guy, really that bad?

China’s Goal: World Conquest By James Reed

     I am not over-reacting, for words to this effect have appeared in the mainstream press: The Australian, October 18, 2017, p. 11.  There it is said that Xi Jinping is rapidly building China into a 21st century totalitarian state.  It is noted that Chairman Mao’s 30 years, which killed millions, is not viewed with any guilt, but accepted as not inferior to the next 30 years of modernisation.  In fact, Xi has taken Mao further building a society of complete IT surveillance. Yes, that is the nation which is set to build a city on our shores.

     What is done in China will ultimately be mirrored in the world as China hopes to rise to global domination. Xi champions globalism, while not practicing it for China which is the most protectionist country in the world, comprised of state run enterprises.

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Trump Finally Talks Some Immigration Sense By Charles Taylor

     We have come to see Trump as a controlled opposition, weak and nearly useless, but still better than mere nothing, because he still gets up the snouts of the elites on the odd occasion.

     Example: “Just out report: “United Kingdom crime rises 13% annually amid spread of Radical Islamic terror.” Not good, we must keep America safe!

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President Ivanka Trump By Chris Knight

     Donald Trump’s most insane decision was to bring his family, especially his daughter Ivanka, and son-in-law, Jared Kushner, into essentially running the Trump presidency. She has constantly led her father into taking the libtard road, or to make decisions not in America’s best interests; she is a globalist and cosmopolitan.

     Thus, she has been in support of keeping illegals on via the DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) scheme:

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Letter to The Editor - One Wonders Why this Obvious Strategy is Rejected Out of Hand.

     Commentary on the recent German elections is being skewed by unjust prejudice against Alternative for Germany (‘Compromise won’t come easy for Angela and her new coalition’, 28/9).  Angela Merkel has not in the past offered a ‘staunch defence of democracy and Western values’; instead she has presided over a regime that trampled over the principle of intellectual freedom.
     Insult terms (‘populist’, ‘xenophobic’, ‘bombast’, ‘ugly rhetoric’) are inappropriate for any party which can win 12/6% of the vote in a nation of the intelligent such as Germany. It is a pity that Merkel cannot form a centre-right alliance with the AFD and the Free Democrats; and one wonders why this obvious strategy is rejected out of hand.
NJ, Belgrave, Vic

News from the Front Line By James Reed

     The mainstream media, especially the electronic version, which, if it is possible, is even more dumbed down than the print and internet versions, has been gloating that Germany’s Angela Merkel has won her fourth term as chancellor. For the chattering class, this open borders pro-Islam communist, represents the ideal politician, and her victory allegedly shows that Nordic/Northern European people want to be replaced by migrants, and make a new non-White Europe, abandoning traditional culture and genetics. Many don’t yet say it this boldly yet, but they soon all will:

     Yet, commo Merkel did much worse than expected, and her Destroy Germany Now Party, if that is its name, scored the poorest results since WWII. The Alternative for Germany (AfG), scored higher than expected, and although results are still coming in by carrier pigeon, as I pen this with a feather and ink, it looks like this nationalist party will win about 14 percent of the vote and get perhaps 88 seats in the Bundestag. There is still some fight left.
     Then there is New Zealand, where the elections have led to a hung parliament, with the nationalist New Zealand First Party, an anti-immigration party, holding the balance of power. The leader, Winston Peters, seems to be letting both the Nationals and Labour, a Labour Party even more politically correct than ours, if that is possible, sweat about the future rulers of the country.

Warriors of Wolves: Thinking Racially By Tom North

     A Chinese movie, Wolf Warriors II was shown in Australia, with attending Chinese singing the national anthem of China and waving Chinese flags:
The bad guys are Whites, of course. Ok, Rambo had Asian villains, but the real difference is the audience reaction:

“At the end of the film the red cover of a Chinese passport is shown, alongside the message: “Citizens of the People’s Republic of China: When you encounter danger in a foreign land, do not give up! Please remember, at your back stands a strong motherland.”

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The Disgraceful Lionel Murphy By Tom North

     The papers have oodles of material about Lionel Murphy, based on documents which have just been released. The High Court judge, and former Whitlam government attorney-general, was looking to be the first Australian High Court judge to be forcibly removed from office.

     The allegations were extensive beyond even the charges of perverting the course of justice, from which he was acquitted, and include associations with a crime boss, receiving “sexual favours from women” i.e. prostitutes, supplied by the criminal connection, being a silent partner in an illegal brothel,  and so on. It would easily have been enough to sink him, but Murphy got lucky and begun to die from cancer, so the inquiry was called off in August 1986: The Australian, September 15, 2017, p. 1.

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Trump Has Always Been Under “House Arrest” By Charles Taylor

     Red/White/bluers of the “muh prezzie” faith, apparently still believe in Donald Trump, even though he has done nothing to build the wall, which should have been up by now, but is always delayed because of lack of money and caving into traitorous globalist Republicans:

     Trump has never been sincere about the wall, and it was just a lie to get elected. I had some doubts at the time that this was all too good to be true, but unlike most Alt Right types, my support of Trump was because of the greater evil of Hillary Clinton. Ending that threat was Trump’s main achievement, and as long as he does not do any more globalist mischief, there is time to get an alternative to him for the 2020 election. But, as some are saying, it may be too late for conventional politics now.

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Our Corrupt Politicians By James Reed

     Heard the one about the oh-so-pure politicians, who advocate anti-racist, non-discriminatory everything – except for one thing – their own perks:

     The Libtards are hoping to save $ 3.6 billion, plus get lots of extra yummy tax, as those who are unlucky enough to have a job will now work until they die. Hey, maybe if we abolished the government, philosophical anarchism-style, we could save even more! Look, some people think that this can be done:  which is the ultimate “small is possible” book.

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Nick the Dictator? By James Reed

     Remember that Nick X team, who claim to stand for freedom and independence, voted against the reforms to section 18 C, for reasons you can well guess:

“Labor, the Greens, the Nick Xenophon Team and crossbencher Jacqui Lambie opposed changes to the wording of 18C, robbing the government of the 39 votes it needs to get it through the upper house.” 

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All “Our” Politicians Have Divided Loyalties By Bruce Bennett

     It seems that Barnaby is a New Zealander, and that a whole host of other MPs may not have done enough to denounce their foreign citizenship, in accordance with section 44 of the constitution. The Australian of August 15, 2017, p.1, mentions that “South Australian senator Nick Xenophon yesterday conceded he never heard back from Greek and Cypriot authorities when he attempted to renounce any possible foreign citizenship, raising fresh questions about his election.” Well, he should have done more, as this was his duty. This is one MP who needs to go, given his blockage of reforms to section 18 C.  And what an irony if an old Australia clause takes out modern multiculturalism and political correctness.
     There are a host of Labor MPs that could be hit as well. But, in reality, with a few exceptions such as Pauline Hanson, what is called “our” politicians are nothing of the sort, but are the puppets of the globalists, and they dance to the cosmopolitan tunes they play. All are happy to see Australia as an Asian Republic with same sex marriage, run by an Aboriginal review council, with no freedom of speech.
     In my opinion, they are all have alliances to a foreign power, and thus are from our point of view, traitors.