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Saturday, 27th May 2017

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Harry Richardson

Harry Richardson is a long-time student of Islam and author of best seller, "the Story Of Mohammed - Islam Unveiled',


Well, the big guns are lining up to take a shot at our hideous Constitution. This awful document has been protecting the rights of all Australians since Federation. In fact, it has done a better job of protecting us than almost any other Constitution ever written.

Clearly it needs to be tampered with and who better to do the tampering than a bunch of tree hugging propeller heads who probably couldn’t even spell the word “Constitution".

The biggest “gun” of all is the Indigenous Referendum Council Chair, Mark Leibler. Mr Leibler now believes that he can bypass One Nation to push this legislation through the Senate.

All the other parties and independents are apparently itching to chuck our Constitution under a bus. One Nation is still clinging to the outdated notion of “equality” and “rights”

This quaint idea of rights is just so “last century.” It should have been completely eradicated and replaced with the far superior concept of “human rights.”

The wonderful thing about these “human rights” is that they don’t apply to traditional Australians. That is why it is imperative that we shred the Constitution and update it to reflect the new 21st Century paradigm.

Mr Leibler has astutely identified that Aboriginal people have been “completely wiped from the constitution.” It is fortunate we have lawyers of Mr Leibler’s calibre to interpret this document.

Otherwise, laymen like me might think that the Constitution gives Aborigines exactly the same rights and protections as everyone else, regardless of their skin colour or genetic heritage.

The upcoming referendum will seek to upgrade these “rights” to shiny new “human rights”

Once these new “human rights” are enshrined in our new “you beaut” Constitution, lawyers like Mr Liebler will be able to negotiate treaties and compensation for a very reasonable five or six hundred bucks an hour.

Of course, since we are around $500 billion in the hole, we don’t have any money to pay these lawyers' fees, let alone the hefty compensation bill they will be demanding.

Fortunately, I expect Mr Leibler’s friends at National Australia Bank will be happy to print up some more cash to lend us so that we can discharge our obligations (and pay the lawyers too).

The only thing standing in the way of this financial bonanza, are a bunch of right wing Liberal Senators (in case you aren’t with the program yet, right wingers are the bad guys…boooo hiss).

Mr Leibler is hoping to persuade Tony Abbott to use his influence with these "bad Senators" who don’t appear to be ashamed of their skin colour or heritage.

I’m sure Mr Leibler won’t be resting until these evil Senators are brought into line and our Constitution is stripped of its vile institutional racism and equality.

So, who is this wonderful Mr Leibler? This champion of the poor, equality burdened Aborigines. This bane of evil Right Wing Constitutionalists.

Mr Leibler ekes out a living as a tax lawyer. I don’t think he has ever worked for H and R Block however. Mr Leibler interprets tax law for the big end of town. If your bottom line isn’t measured in billions, you probably aren’t one of his clients.

Why do these multinational conglomerates need tax lawyers? Well, they want to ensure that they comply with the letter of the tax code, whilst not, er, “overpaying.” They also need a tax lawyer to help them to boost the economy. The economy of the Cayman Islands that is.

And which community needs those tax dollars more than any other? Well I don’t have any figures, but if you ignore the Lebanese, the Sudanese, the Somalis, the Afghans, the Syrians, the Iraqis and the Iranians, then it is probably the Aboriginal community.

Of course, having such a big heart (as most corporate tax lawyers seem to be burdened with) Mr Leibler is also a great friend of the aforementioned Muslim refugees (or country shoppers, to use the correct legal term). In fact, Mr Leibler is a friend to all refugees from all parts of the world.

When I say “all” refugees, I don’t of course, mean “all refugees.” He is implacably opposed to the resettlement of Palestinian refugees in Israel. That is where Mr Leibler’s “human rights” come to a screeching halt.

Mr Leibler served for 10 years as President of the Zionist Federation of Australia. He also served for six years as President of the United Israel Appeal of Australia and countless other Jewish organisations as well.

Zionism is the belief in a nationalistic ethno-religious Jewish state in Israel. I personally have no problem with this stance. I sympathise with those Arabs who were displaced 70 years ago. However, I don’t believe that redrawing borders and handing out compensation to people on the basis of what (in most cases) happened to their parents or grandparents.

I particularly understand that the Muslims have an agenda with relation to Israel. That agenda has nothing to do with a two-state solution and everything to do with “wiping Israel off the map.”

I think that Israelis are wise to keep their nation for the most part, ethnically, religiously and culturally homogenous. I also think that Australians would be wise to keep their nation for the most part, ethnically, religiously and culturally homogenous.

It is a well-documented and rather obvious fact, that such nations are the most secure and peaceful kind of societies. Australia was a standout example of this fact, in the days before it was hoodwinked into the doctrine of multiculturalism.

I know there are many people who will disagree with my stance but at least I am consistent. Mr Leibler’s stance is one of stark hypocrisy. He admits to opposing One Nation’s policies on Islamic immigration into Australia. He would however be fully on board with One Nation’s support for no Islamic immigration into Israel.

The agenda of people like Mr Leibler may be couched in fancy sounding terms like tolerance, diversity or multiculturalism. When you drill down however, these policies are simply a thinly veiled attack on the traditional, Christian, English speaking people who built this nation and still constitute a majority of its inhabitants.

Tolerance means tolerating destructive, non-Australian, cultures. Diversity means having less traditional Aussies and multiculturalism means having less traditional Australian culture (or even denying that Australia has a traditional culture).

What leading members of the Jewish community hope to achieve by this is a mystery to me. Prioritising the rights of Aboriginal people in the Constitution and then transferring large sums of money to them (which will undoubtedly be the next step) will do nothing to help Aborigines with their most pressing problems.

These include unemployment, alcoholism, drug abuse, child neglect, child abuse, domestic violence, interethnic violence, sexual abuse, gambling, and low school attendance to name but a few. If anyone thinks that giving Aboriginal people more money will reduce any of those problems then they are a naïve fool. Mr Leibler doesn’t strike me as a naïve fool.

Many Australians are now starting to suspect that these actions by leading Jewish figures are a direct attack on the traditional Australian people. 18C was another issue which was introduced largely with Jewish backing. The Jewish lobby also fought ferociously to ensure that the Liberals have never been able to repeal this legislation.

In effect, Jewish organisations have been at the forefront of a movement to deny Australians the right to free speech. A right which our forefathers fought and died for.

This is not something that sits well with traditional Australians. Not surpisingly, anti-Semitism is on the rise because sadly, people will tend to blame all Jews.

Jewish friends tell me that Mark Leibler is not elected and not representative of the whole Jewish community. However, Australians need to hear from the Jewish community condemning this behaviour. So far there has been an almost universal silence.

One exception has been Avi Yemini. He has been active in condemning Islamic immigration and that is to be applauded. However, many will see that as simply looking after Jewish self-interest. Australians need to see more.

Australians need to see the Jewish community speaking out against multiculturalism, diversity, bogus human rights and all the other attacks on traditional Australians. If they don’t, then it is almost a certainty that hostility towards the Jewish community will increase.

That is not good for any of us. The Jewish community is extraordinarily productive in a wide variety of fields. They create wealth and value which enriches all Australians and not just economically.

For Jews to attack the power of the traditional people of the Anglosphere seems stupid in the extreme. Jews have never been treated as well by any other group of people. The UK had a Jewish Prime Minister when Jews were facing Pogroms in Russian and dhimmitude in the Islamic world.

Jews flocked to the USA, the UK, Australia and Canada to escape persecution in the rest of the World. Jews have never been persecuted in the English-speaking world since they arrived in the time of Cromwell. They have thrived here like nowhere else.

The countries of the English-speaking world have also been among the staunchest supporters of Israel’s right to exist. So why try to disempower traditional Aussies in their own country? Why try to vandalise our constitution to disenfranchise traditional Australians on racial grounds?

If the Jewish community don’t start speaking out soon then the situation will go downhill rapidly. Anti-Semitism is guaranteed to rise. This will be driven in part from the “new Australians” that Jewish leaders seem so keen to import. It will also be driven by resentment of traditional Australians who will increasingly view Jews as hostile to their very existence.

It is a lose-lose for both Jewish and non-Jewish Australians and people as intelligent as Mark Leibler should know better.


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In the Lower House, because of preferential voting, you always end up voting for either of the major parties except in the rare cases where a minor party candidate can pull enough primary numbers to gain the seat.

Have we reached the stage where it's time to either cop the fine or stage a massive "None of the Above" informal vote in the House of Reps and save our real vote for the Senate, where you can actually vote for whom you want by voting below the line? I definitely don't want to see Labor win in 2019, but neither can I vote for what the Liberal Party has become under Melvin Trumble.

.Islam had, and has, NO place in Australia and it's Western Culture and Values..Australia does not need a Terror Infused Cult infecting all that we Stand For and Love about OUR Country....

Very interesting that Keating has come out and said the top tax rate should be no higher than 39%. Obviously Paul does not want to pay the 49.5% top tax rate he can see coming under a Shorten Labor government. I bet neither does Bill Ludwig and his union cronies.

Franky what security and comfort are you yakking on about when our system of justice screws us and we live an uncomfotable life wondering what our politicians are doing to us ?

Heard a good yarn on the Socialist propaganda organ; The BBC/ABC . A Canadian Jewish lady recounted how in 1939, her parents tried to migrate to Canada, fleeing Europe on a passenger ship. The Canadians refused entry and the ship returned to Europe; many of the passengers met their fate at the hands of the Nazis. However she eventually made it to Canada to her eternal gratitude. Now she is helping Muslim immigrants to settle in Canada, saying that they are subject to persecution in Canada as the Jews were….simply for being different. (see below)

YOU’RE SO WRONG LADY No Jew nor their descendants escaping to Canada for a new life has ever created havoc and murder against the Canadian population. These Muslims however, whilst they might seem innocuous elderly arabs, will bring their grandsons to Canada. Aged from 15 to 30, they will commit Jihad; kill and maim Canadians by killing school children, bombing buses, trains and planes, machine-gunning night clubs and driving truck through crowds of pedestrians. Why not? They’ve done these things everywhere else, and their families have not and will not lift a finger to help the authorities. No Lady, they are nothing like the Jewish diaspora in Canada

Have one of the biggest Red pills ever (scroll down for videos):

Raising our taxes to pay for it all...I wish they could all TAX their own Conscious and Wallet before asking for me to have a say in it all.

“Our society is run by insane people for insane objectives. I think we’re being run by maniacs for maniacal ends and I think I’m liable to be put away as insane for expressing that. That’s what’s insane about it.”
John Lennon
This term Order out of Chaos, in Latin Ordo ab Chao, is the slogan of the 33rd degree of Freemasonry.
“Secret Societies have a great motto ‘Ordo Ab Chao’ meaning ‘Order Out of Chaos’. Agendas are formulated designed to give the powerful more power. Chaos is created, and media blitzed. Then cries go out for solution. Laws are passed which could never have been passed without the chaos. The order, has reigned through deception of the masses, and the agenda is accomplished.”
–James Arthur, “Mushrooms and Mankind” (38)

“The Latin inscription on the banner around the Judaic eagle's head (below the Star of David) E Pluribus Unum ("From the Many – the One") In other words, first they combined all the ancient stellar cults, now they’re going to combine the world’s governments, militaries, currencies, banks.”
Michael Tsarion, “Astrotheology and Sidereal Mythology”
The New World Order can and will be defeated through a world wide awakening. Once the world’s population understands the information presented in this book, secret society rule will by necessity be phased out.

“......And, in some ways, the current polling works to his advantage. Shit happens, and a lot of things will change over the next two years. An objective analysis would conclude that there is risk that the polling does not get much better than this. That, surprise, surprise, the party, with Malcolm's prodding, cannibalises itself. The big fella once said to me, You capitalise on chaos.”

You are no doubt aware that the Maria Wilson has mental health problems. Anyway, one of the victims is outraged that mental health is being used as an excuse by a white person for the assault. She has a lot of Muslim supporters with her outrage. They don't like it when the boot is on the other foot as to mentally ill people and race hate crimes. Maybe if these race hate crimes and Islamic terrorists attacks didn't happen and as a consequence there would be no publicity, these nut jobs wouldn't be doing what they are doing. The power of the media eh!!!

New post up.

OT - stinky's a comedian

stringybark Sun 14 May 2017 11:26:37 am
So who liberated Poland? The Red Army.

O/T....A farmer drove to a neighbour’s farmhouse and knocked at the door. A boy, about 9, opened the door.

"Is your dad or mom home?" said the farmer.

"No, they went to town."

"How about your brother, Howard? Is he here?"

"No, he went with Mom and Dad."

The farmer stood there for a few seconds, shifting from one foot to the other, mumbling to himself.

The young boy says, "I know where all the tools are, if you want to borrow one, or I can give Dad a


"Well," said the farmer uncomfortably. "No, I really want to talk to your Dad, about your brother

Howard getting my daughter Suzy pregnant".

The boy thought for a moment, then said, "You'll have to talk to my Dad about that. I know he charges

$200 for the bull and $50 for the pig, but I have no idea how much he charges for Howard

The three dessert religions need to support and be in coalition with each other as they are ancient superstitions, devoid of science or historical accuracy. The temples of religion are but a house of cards, bring one down and they will all collapse. And what a magnificent day that would be.

if someone pulls on your cardigan to get your attention they are just ill mannered. If you pull on a "rape the other one" headpiece you are branded every foul thing under the sun.

women punching women is usually reserved for buck's night parties I thought...

No mirrors in THORN's house?

Speaking of racism,a funny thing happened here in Parkes, NSW, between the time the agenda for Parkes council's Feb. 2017 meeting was prepared and the meeting itself. The agenda had council going through the racist motions of acknowledgment of country and paying respect to "Wiradjuri elders", past and present. But the minutes of the meeting show no such acknowlegment nor "respect" took place, the scheduled item ending up being merely a prayer by the shire's GM. And since then, that's all that happens at the start of each meeting - no racist reference, just a prayer. And that's due to one member of council being morally compromised, given his job, if he has to give "respect" to "elders" whose past he knows deserve no such thing

The exclusion of foreign banks from the government’s proposed $6.2 billion bank levy is galvanising the local industry, with Westpac chairman Lindsay Maxsted listing it among his four big ­concerns about the controversial initiative.

As Commonwealth Bank chief executive Ian Narev said policy “concocted on the run puts the strength of banks at risk”, Mr Maxsted argued it was “questionable” why five local banks should be subject to the six-basis-point impost on liabilities when much larger foreign lenders in Australia had been spared.

“There are a number of things I’d like to see addressed with the levy,” Mr Maxsted told The Weekend Australian.

“The application of the levy should be broadened across the sector; there should be absolute clarity as to the liabilities it captures; there should be an understanding that the levy doesn’t increase on the way through; and a sunset clause to make it absolutely clear that it’s not a tax.”

The levy will be imposed on the big four commercial banks, as well as investment bank Macquarie Group.

While each of the commercial banks has described it as poor policy, Macquarie has so far confined its response to a three-paragraph statement on Wednesday, the day after the budget, which said the impact on the group was “unclear” at this stage.

Sources said yesterday that Macquarie was “apoplectic” about the foreign banks escaping the tax’s net, but the investment bank played this down. “We are solely focused on the implications of these proposed measures for Macquarie,” a spokeswoman said.

Influential senator Nick Xenophon said in parliament on Thursday night that the structure of the levy had the “perverse” impact of giving offshore banks a free ride in the domestic market over their competitors.

“There are a number of these banks that are global in size and reach, and they compete with precisely the same types of lending that are targeted by the levy,” Senator Xenophon said.

“If the primary purpose of this measure is to raise revenue then this would be much better met by their inclusion.”

The senator said the application of the six-basis-point levy on just three foreign banks active in Australia — ING, BNP Paribas and HSBC — would raise an ­additional $179 million a year, or almost $800m over the forward estimates.

He said this would make a “very significant contribution” to the ­establishment of a last-resort ­compensation scheme, which is under examination by the Ramsay review of external dispute resolution schemes.

There was further sniping yesterday about Thursday’s private briefing by senior Treasury officials of the five affected banks in relation to the design of the levy.

Australian Bankers’ Association CEO Anna Bligh accused the government of putting intolerable pressure on its Treasury officials to meet a “ridiculous political timetable”, with draft legislation scheduled for next week ahead of a July 1 implementation.

“Senior executives of the major banks in good faith attended what they expected to be a comprehensive briefing from Treasury, only to find to their dismay that Treasury was also in the dark,” Ms Bligh said.

“Fundamental questions about how this tax has been calculated and how the $6.2bn figure was reached have not been answered.”

The ABA said in order to meet the Treasury request for comment on the draft legislation, the lobby group needed further information on some fundamental issues. They included Treasury modelling on the levy’s economic ­impact, as well as the department’s technical analysis that supported the design and revenue projections.

Ms Bligh said the process had already broken all the rules and conventions concerning the implementation of a major tax initiative — there was no prior consultation, no exposure draft legislation for public comment, and an “extraordinarily brief” timetable before the tax was presented to parliament. She warned of potentially “disastrous unintended consequences”.

The Weekend Australian has been told that Treasury officials declined to directly answer in Thursday’s meeting whether the tax would be fixed at six basis points in the legislation. The banks were told it was a revenue-raising measure and the tax would be set at a rate to achieve the desired outcome. This created more nervousness because a similar tax in Britain had to be increased nine times before it raised the targeted amount of revenue.

As to future consultation, the Treasury representatives said the draft legislation would by ready for the banks’ consideration — for 24 hours only — on Wednesday, ahead of finalisation the next day. The officials declined to answer directly when asked if banking regulator APRA had been consulted.

In an interview on ABC Radio yesterday, Mr Narev said policy “concocted on the run puts the strength of the banks at risk”.

“We don’t even fully understand the structure at the moment,” he said.

“The Treasurer quite rightly said it doesn’t apply to capital, but equally important about banks being unquestionably strong is liquidity, and based on what we understand to date there may actually be a bit of a disincentive to build up liquidity buffers, which is a very important part of withstanding funding crises.

“Now if we’re not sure about that yet, that really goes to the heart of banking strength and that doesn’t sound like well-structured policy to me.”

Mr Narev also rejected Mr Morrison’s invitation to “pony up” and simply pay the tax rather than passing it on to customers. “There’s no such thing as ‘absorbing’ (the tax),” he said. “Either prices go up or shareholders get less. There’s nothing in the middle.”
As to the Treasurer’s claim that no one likes the banks, Mr Narev said: “Well here’s one thing we can agree with: this will test well in the opinion polls. The question we should be asking as the public is: if a government’s going to judge the success of an economic budget on the next day’s opinions polls, is that the kind of economic policy we want?”