A sad day for Australia

(Barnaby Joyce) Today(08/11/11) Julia Gillard passed laws through the Senate so that there will be a carbon tax under a government she leads. It is a very sad day for most Australians. We are about to “move forward” with legislation that will put up the price of power and put pressure on real jobs in […] […]

Rudd Gillard Rothschild Kiss of Australian Death

(AustraliaMatters) Seriously, have you seen anything more disgusting in your life time? Rothschilds are no where to be seen as carbon puppets Gillard and Rudd swap spit on our Parliamentary floor. Get a room for Christ’s sake. All the opposition could do is sit and laugh. Yeah it was real #$%#@!@ funny having that carbon […] […]

Treasurer Wayne Swan raises government’s borrowing limit to $250bn

(TheAustralian) THE Government has blamed Australia’s summer of disasters for its move to raise the cap on government debt by $50 billion. As Treasurer Wayne Swan was congratulated by colleagues after Tuesday’s budget speech, Assistant Treasurer Bill Shorten introduced draft laws allowing the government to increase the amount it can borrow from $200 billion to $250 billion. The proposed legislation would also remove a requirement that the Treasurer explain why the extra money is needed. Read more

Yeah, why should the hired help “explain” too we the Australian bosses why we, our children and country have been taken down to the communist China pawn brokers to the tune of $250 billion, plus interest. Who needs Section 51 of the Australian Constitution anyway. All hail dear debt leader, Wayne Swan.


ALP’s knight is a Thief in Rusty Armour

niall_ferguson.jpeg(Niall Ferguson) TO a visitor's ears, there's something very Australian about using the acronym "GFC" to refer to the biggest global financial crisis since the Depression. In the US GFC brings to mind the recipe for deep-fried chicken devised by Colonel Sanders. KFC stands for Kentucky Fried Chicken. Here, GFC should stand for Gillard's Fraudulent Claim.The claim in question is that it was the fiscal stimulus injected by the Labor government that saved Australia from much more serious recession. [……….] Stimulus? Yes, sure, Labor has stimulated the Australian economy, in the same way that Ned Kelly used to stimulate the economy of Victoria. read more

Much of the above article is removed to save space. We've only this week learnt about Harvard Professor Niall Ferguson. Professor Ferguson is the first main stream respected historian that we've come across that openly speaks about the money changer family called Rothschild. We're not completely sold on Mr Ferguson though – for some reason "new world order"  Henry Kissinger and Rothschild lackey gave Ferguson his diary (probably the one without the gay Bohemian grove party details) to study. While he's got it in for Gillard's "Thief" in rusty armor, we'll keep him bookmarked.

related: Labor placed Australia into $300 billion dollar debt to communist China