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Old 10-03-2006, 09:54 PM
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;-) http://www.smh.com.au/news/opinion/australia-must-fight-in-global-struggle-for-freedom-and-liberty/2006/10/03/1159641328095.html

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Old 10-03-2006, 10:24 PM
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Thanks for this.

A speech by our mighty 3ft Prime minister.:-)

Makow and many others prefer the theory that their is a GENUINE rift between the internationalist and more nationalist elements of the NWO. There is definately evidence of this. I find it hard to believe though, that Bush is anything more than a possible patsy in an internationalist effort to destroy America and energise the Left in general throught the world. After all Bush WAS/IS surrounded by "internationalists" of the highest order; Powel, Armitage, Wolfowitz, Kissinger, Brizinsky and MANY others and of those that have left...they have gone to internationalist institutions like the U.N and WTO and World Bank just to name a few. Bush's family are in deep with the East Coast Blue Blood Establishment who are well known lackeys of the House of Rothschild...this is where my doubts lie.

Australias John Howard appears to be a genuine reactionary to the NWO Internationalist program and basically always has been. Shame he does'nt follow through his rehtoric with a complete throwing out of several of the main ingredients of the NWO...mainly economic rationalism and free trade which have GUTTED Oz's productive capacity to zero and has us selling out primary resources to China for a relative song and buying it back from them as finished goods destroying our balance of trade. The same principal applies in the U.S.

Little Johnny is certainly "reacting" to the Internationalist's but he should stop reacting now and start caning these toady 5th columnists OUT of our institutions starting with the economics school.:-)

Funny how the great Champagne Socialist Geoff Whitlam is not mentioned in his speech.

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In time, the world would luckily see the emergence of three remarkable individuals whose moral clarity punctured such nonsense: Ronald Reagan; Margaret Thatcher; and Pope John Paul II.
So this is all we've got Johnny? A Alzheimered Hollywood actor who refered to his wifes Astrologer for advice?

An anally retentive English school mistress who took away free milk from primary schools and adheres to an Austrian economic extremist who's rhetoric mirrors EXACTLY the jewish economic guru's of American Universities...namely borderless trade controlled by Jewish Banking Houses?

And then Pope John Paul...a man who BOWED before the mad Talmudic Rabbi's begging for forgiveness for misdeeds of the past. A man SOOOOOOO stupid he cant even find the reference in the Gospels about what his hero and King said of the Scribes and Pharisees he was bowing down before.

What a bunch of 3 Stooges our Prime minister has sought to raise to Sainthood?

It sure is a rock and a hard place for the budding Libertarian Christian type who wants to believe their's a meaningful rift between tweedle dee and tweedle dum. :-)

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Australias John Howard appears to be a genuine reactionary to the NWO Internationalist program and basically always has been. Shame he does'nt follow through his rehtoric with a complete throwing out of several of the main ingredients of the NWO...mainly economic rationalism and free trade which have GUTTED Oz's productive capacity to zero and has us selling out primary resources to China for a relative song and buying it back from them as finished goods destroying our balance of trade. The same principal applies in the U.S.
You have to be joking Howard has always supported Economic Rationalism and it follows that he must support internationalism like the rest of the ultra capitalist right!.
Infact i have an odds on bet that he is a high ranking degree of the UGLA. Tb Your one VERY confused guy!.
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You have to be joking Howard has always supported Economic Rationalism and it follows that he must support internationalism like the rest of the ultra capitalist right!.
Infact i have an odds on bet that he is a high ranking degree of the UGLA. Tb Your one VERY confused guy!.
No. Howard was "old school" establishment all the way. It was Keating who stuck the knife in...the working mans friend ya know. Howard is anti-U.N and just about every other Internationalist establishment.

I dont think you will find any "pure" political animals these days. They appear in mongrel form at every show.

Howard sat the bar exam and the next day was running for a seat. He is GROOMED. Never worked a day as a lawyer. His wife it is said, was an "arranged" marriage.:-) So, yes. Most likely.
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No. Howard was "old school" establishment all the way. It was Keating who stuck the knife in...the working mans friend ya know. Howard is anti-U.N and just about every other Internationalist establishment.
I see that is why Howard supports Bush all the way with pax americana is it?. The anglo old school establishment was pro internationalism from the very start there full of freemasons remeber or have you now changed your views on freemasons. :roll: :lol:. Lets see you answer your own absurdity!.

btw tb the UN is very much controlled by the U.S if not why does it always toe the line of the U.S at the end of the day, even if there is some initial superficial protest of smoke and mirrors and why is it the UN is still based in NY why did Al queda bomb it in the early 90s.The muslim terrorists arent exactly pro UN.
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A 20 to 30 year WAR!

WW3 already started. link: Israel

John Howard Speech

WITH the fall of the Berlin Wall and the collapse of Soviet communism, it became all too easy to pretend that the outcome of the Cold War was an inevitable result of large-scale, impersonal forces that ultimately left totalitarianism exhausted and democratic capitalism triumphant.

Nothing could be further from the truth. This was a struggle fought by individuals on behalf of the individual spirit.

It's worth recalling just some of the philo-communism that was once common in Australia in the 1950s and '60s:

- Manning Clark's book Meeting Soviet Man likened the ideals of Vladimir Lenin to Jesus Christ;

- John Burton, the former head of the External Affairs Department, argued Mao's China provided a model for the transformation of Australia;

- All those who did not simply oppose Australia's commitment in Vietnam but who actively supported the other side and fed the delusion that Ho Chi Minh was some sort of Jeffersonian Democrat intent on spreading liberty in Asia.

To quote George Orwell: One has to belong to the intelligentsia to believe things like that: no ordinary man could be such a fool.

There is a view that the pro-communist left in Australia in decades past was no more than a bunch of naive idealists, rather than what they were - ideological barrackers for regimes of oppression opposed to Australia and its interests.

In taking on the communist left and their fellow-travellers, people like Richard Krygier, James McAuley, Peter Coleman, Bob Santamaria, Heinz Arndt and Frank Knopfelmacher were not only right in practice. They were right in principle and part of a noble and moral cause.

In the eyes of the new left, the Cold War became a struggle defined by moral equivalence where the Soviet bloc and the American-led West were equally to blame, each possessing their own dominating ideologies.

It became the height of intellectual sophistication to believe that people in the West were no less oppressed than people under communist dictatorship.

In time, the world would luckily see the emergence of three remarkable individuals whose moral clarity punctured such nonsense: Ronald Reagan; Margaret Thatcher; and Pope John Paul II.

Of the causes Quadrant has taken up that are close to my heart none is more important to me than the role it has played as counterforce to the black armband view of Australian history.

Until recent times, it had become almost de rigueur in intellectual circles to regard Australian history as little more than a litany of sexism, racism and class warfare.

Again, it would take the brave voices of a few individuals to take a stand against the orthodoxies of the day. And again Quadrant has been an outpost of lively non-conformity in its willingness to defend Geoffrey Blainey and Keith Windschuttle against the posses of political correctness.

Nowhere were the fangs of the left so visibly on display in a campaign based on character assassination and intellectual dishonesty than in their efforts to trash the name and reputation of Blainey.

Despite a more diverse and lively intellectual environment in Australia compared with past decades, we should not underestimate the degree to which the soft left still holds sway, especially in Australia's universities.

Early this year I called for a root and branch renewal of Australian history in our schools, with a restoration of narrative instead of what I labelled the fragmented stew of themes and issues.

Armed with clear evidence of the decline of Australian history in our schools, the Government has made a start in our quest to ensure that the nation's history is an essential component of every Australian child's education, no longer an afterthought or an optional extra.

Having spoken earlier about Quadrant's role in the defining global struggle of the second half of the 20th century, let me say a few words about the global struggle we now face at the start of the 21st century.

Let me repeat what I have said before. This is not a struggle against Islam. It is a struggle against a perverted interpretation of Islam.

To those who want to portray the West as anti-Muslim I would say that it was not the Arab League who went to war in the 1990s on behalf of Muslim minorities in the Balkans. It was the governments of the United States, the United Kingdom and their NATO allies.

Let me also remind people who now talk as if Iraq was some island of pro-Islamic tranquillity before 2003 that the person who probably killed more Muslims in history is Saddam Hussein.

There are, as Owen Harries reminds us, people who legitimately opposed the original action to oust Saddam Hussein, but it remains (to borrow a phrase) an inconvenient truth that if countries such as the United States, the United Kingdom and Australia simply abandon the people of Iraq this would be an enormous victory for the forces of terror and extremism around the world.

The fact is we are part of a global campaign for the very ideals that some people wistfully dreamed were unchallengeable after the Cold War.

No less than in that long, twilight struggle, this too will be a generational struggle for ideals of democratic freedom and liberty under law.

Again, it would take the brave voices of a few individuals to take a stand against the orthodoxies of the day. And again Quadrant has been an outpost of lively non-conformity in its willingness to defend Geoffrey Blainey and Keith Windschuttle against the posses of political correctness.

Nowhere were the fangs of the left so visibly on display in a campaign based on character assassination and intellectual dishonesty than in their efforts to trash the name and reputation of Blainey.

Despite a more diverse and lively intellectual environment in Australia compared with past decades, we should not underestimate the degree to which the soft left still holds sway, especially in Australia's universities.

Early this year I called for a root and branch renewal of Australian history in our schools, with a restoration of narrative instead of what I labelled the fragmented stew of themes and issues.

Armed with clear evidence of the decline of Australian history in our schools, the Government has made a start in our quest to ensure that the nation's history is an essential component of every Australian child's education, no longer an afterthought or an optional extra.

Having spoken earlier about Quadrant's role in the defining global struggle of the second half of the 20th century, let me say a few words about the global struggle we now face at the start of the 21st century.

Let me repeat what I have said before. This is not a struggle against Islam. It is a struggle against a perverted interpretation of Islam.

To those who want to portray the West as anti-Muslim I would say that it was not the Arab League who went to war in the 1990s on behalf of Muslim minorities in the Balkans. It was the governments of the United States, the United Kingdom and their NATO allies.

Let me also remind people who now talk as if Iraq was some island of pro-Islamic tranquillity before 2003 that the person who probably killed more Muslims in history is Saddam Hussein.

There are, as Owen Harries reminds us, people who legitimately opposed the original action to oust Saddam Hussein, but it remains (to borrow a phrase) an inconvenient truth that if countries such as the United States, the United Kingdom and Australia simply abandon the people of Iraq this would be an enormous victory for the forces of terror and extremism around the world.

The fact is we are part of a global campaign for the very ideals that some people wistfully dreamed were unchallengeable after the Cold War.

No less than in that long, twilight struggle, this too will be a generational struggle for ideals of democratic freedom and liberty under law.



This is an extract from the Prime Minister's speech to Quadrant magazine's 50th anniversary dinner last night.
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:-? Another great snake logic speech by our PM Mr Howard in pandering to his favourite constituency multinat big business men & urban aspirational coloured classes while the farmers & urban prols continue to alientate and anger at your snake logic!.

I was under the impression Liberals were leftwingers actually Mr Howard, if you or you spys are viewing Jacobins/Jacobites were lefties not conservatives!.Hence Liberals are lefties even the U.S political system accepts this. :roll: :-?
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http://theaustralian.news.com.au/sto...0-2702,00.html
What kind of conservative would do that eh? :-?
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