What Next? “Porn Literacy” Lessons in the Womb? by Mrs Vera West

Believe it or not “University of Melbourne Researchers Want Porn Literacy Lessons in Australian Primacy Schools” (http://www.news.com.au/lifestyle/parenting/school-life/university-of-melbourne-researchers-want-porn-literacy-lessons-in-australian-primacy-schools/) The “reason” for this is that some children who sexually abused other children, did so when exposed to pornography. Thus, beginning at age 8, porn would be used to deconstruct porn, all done by professional teachers.

This is like arguing that because some children end up in fights with punches in the nose, it would be a good idea to deconstruct fights by having professional boxers punch them in the nose! You get the point.

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The Spies Who Hate Us by Paul Walker

Put on your tin foil hat: it’s conspiracy time, but this time using mainstream sources. According to the New York Post (http://nypost.com/2016/11/17/the-nsa-might-be-spying-on-you-from-this-creepy-nyc-skyscraper/), the “Long Lines Building” in Lower Manhattan could be a NSA spy centre. It is a windowless telecommunications hub, like many in most large cities.

However, it is speculated that the NSA has a part of the building known as the “Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility,” which is used to record telephone conversations and internet data from across the world.

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They Mean Business, Indeed by Charles Taylor

Assuming that the recount of the US election scam in three states fail, the next act of cultural Marxism to disrupt the Trump presidency is planned mass protests, which may be highly violent. Collapse News. November 22, 2016, reports that numerous buses arrived in Chicago with anti-Trump protesters “paid protesters working for George Soros’ project MoveOn.org”: http://collapse.news/2016-11-21-false-flag-warning-for-chicago-is-this-how-democrats-plan-to-stay-in-power.html.
The theory is that so much disruption will be caused that martial law will be declared, which would keep Trump out of the White House, and keep Obama in power. Whether he passes the dictatorship over to Queen Hillary is a hypothetical, for he may well keep the crown himself. Overall, this is a remote possibility.

Chicago is a dangerous city and if the cultural Marxists upset the local warlords by pushing too much destruction (not good for the drug businesses), they may all be unpleasantly surprised.

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Hitlerising Richard Spencer and the Alt Right by Charles Taylor

I returned to Florida just in time for the great Richard Spencer Alt Right/Nazi salute controversy. Richard Spencer concluded his speech at the National Policy Institute (“NPI”) Conference, Washington DC, November 19, 2016, with “Hail Trump! Hail Our People! Hail Victory!” He then raised his hand, holding a glass of water. In the audience a few people gave the Roman salute. Apparently some young people of various ethnic groups gave the infamous salute outside the venue, according to some reports. They were not NPI members.

The media said that this was a Nazi salute performed by Spencer – but Spencer only held up a glass of water. Maybe he was being deliberately deceptive. It certainly is not smart to use the “Hail” talk which plays right into the Establishment’s hands because they were sweaty and all excited from screaming that Trump was the new Hitler.

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Uncle Len’s Christmas Renovations by Uncle Len, Home Improver

I am taking my inspiration from a highly inventive “deplorable” fellow homeless man in the United States, and will be making my oil-stained shed into a five-star homeless retreat, over the Christmas, or die trying.
The man, living in Los Angeles, lives under an underpass. From discarded junk he has salvaged, he has constructed a makeshift jacuzzi, two porcelain toilets, a bed, couches and refrigerators. He calls his place “Paradise Lane.” 

See: http://www.breitbart.com/california/2016/11/26/homeless-turns-los-angeles-underpass-compound-jacuzzi-toilets/.

Of course the authorities have dismantled his man cave twice, but he just rebuilds it. A true hero for Uncle Len, he said: “I refuse to let the city beat me down to what they think a homeless person’s profile is.” 
It is also a lesson we deplorables should all learn, because our civilisation also needs to be rebuilt.

Put on the Whole Armour of God by James Reed

The majesty and eternity of Christ contrasts sharply with the feet of clay shown by the oppressive New World Order or what is now called globalism. We have seen many victories by the little people against their oppressors, from Brexit and the US electoral victory of Trump to our own Federal Election result.
Our writers have used these events to encourage Australians who are hurting – from farmers, to blue collar workers, to the homeless and unemployed, to also take action and become part of a “Western spring,” a democratic grassroots revolt against the elites. I have some articles torn from The Weekend Australian (November 26-27, 2016), on this exact theme.

One article discussing the “nation’s new fringe-dwellers,” observes that “on the urban edges and in country towns, people are feeling abandoned,” which is surely the understatement of the year. Country people are in a state of economic and social crisis, produced by a system too much devoted to inner-city political correctness issues to address their real needs. And the result of this is that Grievance politics, consuming much of the Western world, is also here in Australia. The driving forces are irresistible.

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THOUGHT FOR THE CHRIST MASS BREAK:

It is the dogma that is the drama - not beautiful phrases, nor comforting sentiments, nor vague aspirations to loving-kindness and uplift, nor the promise of something nice after death - but the terrifying assertion that the same God who made the world lived in the world and passed through the grave and gate of death.
Show that to the heathen and they may not believe; but at least they may realise that there is something that a man might be glad to believe.
Creed or Chaos by Dorothy L. Sayers

THE CASE FOR THE REPEAL OF SECTION 18C by Chris Berg, Simon Breheny, Morgan Begg, Andrew Bushnell, Sebastian Reinehr from the Institute of Public Affairs

Ref: http://www.ipa.org.au/portal/uploads/IPA_Report_The_Case_For_The_Repeal_of_Section_18C_12122016.pdf

Clean Green Batteries? by Viv Forbes

Greens and technically challenged scribes apparently believe that battery-powered cars and planes are exciting new clean “zero-emissions” vehicles. There is little new about batteries – battery powered cars were running on British roads over a century ago - they were pushed out of the market by petrol power. Batteries just store energy made elsewhere and all have a finite life. Every battery needs primary energy and resources for production, recharging, replacing and recycling, and every step produces its own emissions.

Batteries require lots of expensive raw materials - lead, calcium, nickel, cadmium, lithium, hydrogen, plus ancillary copper, steel, zinc, aluminium and plastic. All need primary energy like coal or gas for mining, manufacture, construction, recharging and recycling plus coking coal for smelting metals. Even wind and solar are not emissions-free once construction, maintenance, and life cycle replacement are fully accounted for.
All cars, even Green ones, need road maintenance using bitumen, concrete and diesel-powered machinery, all costing money and producing emissions. Green cars also need recharging stations, demanding more metals.
Batteries have an important place in our lives. But they are not “emissions free”.

All the Section 18 C News Fit to Report by Ian Wilson LL.B.

Just in case one may think that we have been exaggerating about the desire of the ethnic multicultural lobby for preserving section 18 C, here is a direct quote, cut from “Chinese Tycoon Risks New Battle Over 18 C,” The Australian, November 29, 2016, p. 6:

“A Chinese powerbroker at the centre of a political donations scandal, Huang Xiangmo, has moved to rally ethnic community support for controversial hate speech laws, sparking a political brawl and claims he could be trying to minimise scrutiny of China in Australia.
In an opinion article titled “18C is a bedrock of society” published in Chinese-language newspaper Sydney Today, the Chinese billionaire argued against winding back section 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act, which restricts speech that insults and offends.
“If the hard-line advocates of free speech succeed in having section 18C of the act repealed major cracks could open in society,” Mr Huang said. “This is the last thing we need at a time when there is heated debate in many places around the world about such things as immigration, foreign workers and radical Islam.”

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“All The Criminals in Their Coats ’n’ Their Ties... Are Free to Watch the Sun Rise” by Chris Knight

How’s this one: a mother of six is facing gaol time after selling a homemade meal to an undercover investigator: http://www.naturalnews.com/056132_regulations_food_police_California.html. The Californian woman sold a meal without a permit, and in the socialist republic of California (much like Australia), that is an offence with one year’s gaol time. She will go on trial in December. We in Australia also have our own versions of “food crimes,” but we may not be as crazy as California yet.

Meanwhile, Hillary Clinton may not be prosecuted by Trump, who perhaps for strategic reasons has moved away from appointing a special prosecutor, although maybe he might have changed his mind with the Democrat’s challenge of the election results: http://www.politicususa.com/2016/11/27/trump-threatens-prosecute-hillary-clinton-pursues-election-recount.html. Trump said to The New York Times:

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What! Humans Settled Australia 49,000 billion Years Ago? No, My Mistake by Brian Simpson

The standard reference to 40,000 years for the alleged first Aboriginal settlement of the landmass that would come to be called “Australia” by the British keeps getting pushed further back into pre-history, according to mainstream and less than mainstream archaeology. I have heard a 75,000 year figure: http://www.australiangeographic.com.au/news/2011/09/dna-confirms-aboriginal-culture-one-of-earths-oldest/.  On the net, various groups even go so far as to claim that Aboriginal Australians are 400,000 years old: https://www.creativespirits.info/aboriginalculture/history/australian-aboriginal-history-timeline.

There is an interesting paper about this at: http://thestringer.com.au/homo-sapien-sapiens-originated-in-australia-not-out-of-africa-dna-evidence-5938#.WD4nV4N95aQ.
See also: http://humansarefree.com/2014/08/the-first-human-race-came-from.html.
The logical conclusion of all of this is that modern humans did not arise in Africa, as the “Out-of-Africa” anti-race hypothesis posits, but arose in Australia!

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Prime Ministers of Australia: Sure, Tear Down Their Legacies! by James Reed

The childhood homes of many Australian prime ministers have been “razed without a trace.” (The Australian, November 21, 2016, p. 7) The home of Paul Keating at Marshall Street Bankstown, has been levelled and units put up, probably largely occupied by Muslims.
Bob Hawkes’ childhood home at 63 Farquhar Street (another good Anglo Street name), Bordertown, is up for sale, no buyer yet.
John Howard’s childhood home now has a KFC on it. And so on.

In America and Britain, they preserve such relics, but here in Australia we tear them down, and rightly so. The legacies of these clowns should not survive and they deserve to all be swept into the dustbin of history.

Academic Research is a Dud by Brian Simpson

For some time now a small group of scientists have been raising sophisticated doubts about the soundness of virtually all statistically-based research in the social sciences and medicine, with a now classic paper being John Ioannidis, “Why Most Published Research Findings are False,” PLoS Medicine, 2, (2005).
The problems are many and relate to a misuse and abuse of P-value significance tests to systematic biases arising from small, unrepresentative samples.

Yet another addition to this literature is by A. D. Higginson and M. R. Munafo, “Current Incentives for Scientists Lead to Underpowered Studies with Erroneous Conclusions,” PLoS Biology, November 10, 2016. These scientists attempt to account for the Ioannidis-inspired research, arguing that funding mechanisms reward small studies that are likely to produce false results.
Using an ecological analysis, they show that “fitness,” that is academic success, is produced in this way rather than by careful large studies that take more time and resources.
The problem is not merely academic. About 50 percent of research findings in medical research cannot be replicated in human trials, putting a big question mark over the use of some Big Pharma drugs.

Immigration and the Opinion Polls by Chris Knight

Throughout the Trump campaign the mainstream media, including Australia’s (witness our coverage of The Australian), went into fits of rage and temper tantrums, about Trump’s immigration reforms. They were quick on the draw with their magic “racism” gun, expecting that people would die in fright with their legs up in the air. But, it all backfired.

Zogby Analytics conducted a poll for the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR – see their on-line journal critiquing immigration, The Social Contract). It has found that 58.5 percent of Hispanic voters supported President-Elect Donald Trump’s immigration policies, while only 32.9 percent supported Hillary Clinton’s open border policy. It was also found that 83 percent of the American electorate wants immigration stopped or reduced: www.breitbart.com/big-government/2016/11/17/exit-poll-58-percent-hispanic-voters-back-donald-trumps-immigration-policies/. So much for the racism argument!

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Trade Merges into Organised Crime by James Reed

One of the inconvenient truths that the “let’s make Australia part of Asia” mania do not openly discuss, is the penetration of Asian organised crime into Australia. A recent article, “China Deals 'Launder Drug-Trade Billions,’” The Australian, November 23, 2016, p. 7, quotes the NSW Crime Commission, in stating that trade deals with China are being used as cover for multi-billion-dollar money laundering, from drug profits.

The NSW Crime Commission said that the over 600 major crime figures are “beyond its reach.” Its law-enforcement efforts have been ineffective in dealing with the problem of the masses of drugs coming into Australia.
The problem now is that Australia, in becoming part of Asia, has also absorbed the Asian crime networks as well. These, no doubt, deeply penetrate into the heart of government, as probably older mafia networks did, and still do.  At the deepest level, government, finance and crime all connect up in the Two Towers.

The War on Cash by James Reed

Here is a worrying sign from India, reported by Brian Maher at http://dailyreckoning.com/author/bmaher, November 17, 2016.
In India 90 percent of all transactions are by cash. But the government, in a plan so secret that even India’s financial institutions were unprepared, suddenly banned its 500-rupee and 1,000-rupee bills, worth $US 7.50 and $US 15 respectively. This led to poor people having to go back to barter, if they could.
This shows that governments could outlaw cash overnight, even in Australia. However, willing members of the legal profession could immediately initiate action in our High Court of Australia to pull the federal government back to order using our constitution as the supreme law of the land.

From Wikipedia:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Section_51(xii)_of_the_Constitution_of_Australia

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Everyone is Racist, Including the ABC, and SBS – Except Paul Keating by Tom North

Some media statements by notable people need to be quoted rather than paraphrased for the full impact to hit. Thus, consider Aboriginal leader Noel Pearson’s comments about the “racist” ABC (The Australian, November 22, 2016, p. 1) in the context of Paul Keating’s promising reforms which had been:

“Wrecked by ignorant ministers and malign bureaucrats, aided and abetted by the media, not the least the country’s miserable, racist national broadcaster.” The ABC was “a spittoon’s worth of perverse people willing the wretched to fail.”

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Draining Australia’s Political Cesspools and Swamplands by James Reed

With all the anti-Trump articles in the mainstream media, two more balanced ones did catch my eye, those articles making high quality comments.
Professor Ramesh Thakur (The Australian, November 18, 2016, p. 14), rightly noted that “Trump is neither a threat to democracy nor a symptom of its flaws but the people’s chosen instrument to refresh and regenerate democracy.” The people voted against a corrupt elite symbolised by Hillary Clinton, who represented both the cultural globalism of the politically correct Left and the economic globalism of the super-capitalist Right.

Commenting on section 18 C Professor Thakur says that the “same danger exists in Australia with weaponisation of identity politics to polarise voters.” Discussing the failure of the Human Rights Commission to protect the student’s rights, he says “It beggars belief that many politicians see no problem with section 18 C and reject the call to review and tweak it.”
Thus, in conclusion: “If mainstream Australian politicians belittle, deride and dismiss popular beliefs and anxieties, they make the rise of populist demagogues inevitable. Australia awaits a champion to drain the Canberra swamp.”

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The Workless Future by James Reed

The social credit writers of the League have been producing some very good work on dealing with the issue of the 'end of work'. Here I simply want to mention that I am seeing more material published on this in the mainstream press, which is no doubt a testing ground for what is to come.
There have been reviews of a new book on this topic by Tim Dunlop, Why the Future is Workless, (New South, 2016). Neo-liberalism combined with robotics has created a new class of people, the “precariat,” to use economist Guy Standing’s term. These people have uncertain part-time or short-term work, and consequently an uncertain future. And the class of the precariat will grow, with Oxford University researchers predicting that 47 percent of existing jobs will disappear in the next 20 years.
As an example, just around the corner, 3D printers might “print” out an entire house!

To deal with this social challenge there will need to be fundamental changes and Dunlop is sympathetic to the idea of a universal basic income. There is no mention of social credit, and the limitations of the basic income scheme have been discussed at this site.
One of the things following from the robotics revolution, ironically enough, is the end of globalism, or at least in part. Jamie Walker, “Robots Help Bring Jobs Back Home,” The Weekend Australian, November 19-20, 2016, p. 15, points out that both cheap energy and robotics will result in more reshoring because robots are cheaper than overseas workers. There will not be, though, many new jobs created, and those that are, will be essentially in getting the intelligent machines to work, if they are lucky, before even they are replaced.
Thus, we can indeed take it that work as we know it has come to an end and any discussion and future planning should proceed from that point.