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Control system tool confirms the truth unintentionally

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The government, and frankly most people within the politico-media community, lean towards the former…

http://www.canberratimes.com.au/federal-politics/political-opinion/who-are-the-winners-from-clive-palmers-green-conversion-20140626-zsmxg.html

In its haste not to seem like the fucking moron it obviously is, this representative of the political-media class- a term I popularised in the Australian context- has confirmed the existence of the control group who try and silence debate. Australia’s equivalent of the Mighty Wurlitzer, where controlled opposition, gatekeepers and all the usual apparatus of thought control demonises truthtellers.

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The “Real” Lord Dudley

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DEVASTATOR DUDLEY.
HOW HE “HOME-RULED” THE QUARRY BANKERS.
 
The Gainful Games of Australia’s Governor-General.
 
DUDLEY’S DESTRUCTIVE DOINGS IN THE ENGLISH “BLACK COUNTRY.”
The Mystery of the Marvellously Missing Maps.
 
The “Sydney Morning Herald” and many other Australian newspapers in Melbourne, Adelaide, and elsewhere, have given us (Sydney “Truth”) much information about the Tory Lord who has recently arrived in this country as the Governor-General of Australia. Some of the journals have harped upon the immense income that he draws from that unhappy part of England called the Black Country, as if he were a benevolent person who had done much good by being gracious enough to accept a revenue from the wretched dwellers in the Black Country that has been termed by some writers, aptly enough, “enormous.” Moreover, some of the newspapers, and paltry periodicals making a pretence of being newspapers, are ladling out stuff to…

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THE OCCULT HISTORY OF CANBERRA

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http://www.scientology-canberra.org.au/canberracityhistory.html

Canberra’s design is a mysterious designed based on pyramidal shapes.

Basically there are four pyramids, each built upon the other. There is the upper pyramid that has its base in front of Old Parliament House.

Then there is an extended pyramid which is what is termed the Parliamentary Precinct, accommodating the High Court of Australia, and other government identities,  Next is the larger and more obvious large pyramid base that runs from London Circuit over to the US memorial column. The pyramidal concept is unmistakable.At the apex of the pyra mid is the double ring, possibly symbolic of inner and outer knowledge.

The diagram here is by Marion Griffin and was the winning entry to the Canberra design competition held by the Federal government. (The diagram was submitted my Marion on its north-south axis, not as is shown here on its pyramidal base.) Parliament then is situated as an all-seeing-eye. The areal…

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BENDIGO BANK BACKS NEW MOSQUE

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BENDIGO BANK BACKS NEW MOSQUE


Bendigo Bank has closed The Concerned Citizens Fund’s bank account citing the group’s aims as, “…. not in keeping with the Bank’s values of diversity and inclusiveness”.

The group was maintaining the bank account to finance its objections to a $3 million mosque project planned for Rowena Street, Bendigo.

According to the 2011 census, Bendigo includes Castlemaine, Heathcote, Pyramid Hill and Kyneton.and supports only 263 Islamic residents within that area.

The Bendigo Concerned Citizens Group at last count had just under 5,000 supporters and its base was exponentially increasing.

Heads are likely to roll at the Bendigo Bank which has buckled to Islamic demands that the Concerned Citizens’ bank account be closed or financing for the planned mosque, along with private accounts, will be taken elsewhere.

But the loss of less than 100 Islamic accounts will pale in significance when compared to the loss of angry…

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Parkinson’s Law – the plague of bureaucrats

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Parkinson’s Law

 

The report of the Royal Commission on the Civil Service was published on Thursday afternoon. Time has not permitted any comment in this week’s issue of The Economist on the contents of the Report. But the startling discovery enunciated by a correspondent in the following article is certainly relevant to what should have been in it.

IT is a commonplace observation that work expands so as to fill the time available for its completion. Thus, an elderly lady of leisure can spend the entire day in writing and despatching a postcard to her niece at Bognor Regis. An hour will be spent in finding the postcard, another in hunting for spectacles, half-an-hour in a search for the address, an hour and a quarter in composition, and twenty minutes in deciding whether or not to take an umbrella when going to the pillar-box in the next street. The…

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