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Post by Apocalypse prettysoon on Wed Jun 27, 2012 5:26 am

I was staying in Sydney and was subjected to the idiot box against my will, and watched 4 corners show about gina rinehart.
And who did they have as un upright statesman frowning on rineharts profiteering off our assets?
None other than Jim McGinty. WA attorney general during the coup in 2004. Traitor extraordinaire.

Naturally the blatant propaganda gave me an attack of the vapours and I had to have a lie down.
But in the morning I rang four corners and spoke to some woman with an Irish name. (as usual)
and pointed this fact out. And enquired why there had been a media blackout since WA removed the queen/crown from their legislation in 2004.

She didn't know and obsfucated for a while about the facts.
So i put it another way, I asked her if it was true that WA had done just that, would you consider it newsworthy?
She wouldn't answer that question either.

Which is a little ironic, given that the slant of the story on TV the night before was importance of journailistic integrity and independence, That rineharts ownership would jeapordise.
Ha. What a crock of shit

Point being the media is a controlled propaganda machine. Including the Vatican Broadcasting Corporation The ABC

If you find it difficult to believe that your TV is a state controlled propaganda machine from woah to go, give the fences a shake numpties. And find out for yourselves.
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Post by Dirtbikepilot on Wed Jun 27, 2012 12:24 pm

Apocalypso, what was it that set you off on this path. Generally there is an single incident that can be defined as the turning point.

It just seems to me that you are spending a lot of your time, money and health fighting a system that probably isn't going to change. The people you
expect to support you have no idea what you are talking about and the general populace have no idea or inclination to do anything either.

I can imagine the path you have chosen would see you spending a lot of time in courts, police cells and very angry and upset at the lack of ability for
people to see or understand what you are saying, right or wrong.

I take my hat off to you for your conviction and dedication to it.

Thats not a hat, looks like a serviette basket. No
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Post by Apocalypse prettysoon on Wed Jun 27, 2012 4:11 pm

ive been trying for years to expose the vatican takeover of australia,
it is more relevant today than ever if you saw the real news. Rather than the propaganda on TV.
History is unfolding before us with the current attempt to abolish the Act of Settlement, this marks the end of the protestant revolution.
W.A. has become an overt vatican state. The rest of the country , by its silence is likely to follow.

When completed we will return to the living standards of Vatican rule. Who killed 50 million decent white men in the inquisitions openly. Hitler and Stalin were modern day examples of Vatican rule in ex anti roman church countries, if you want an example closer to our times

I dont know if I have to have a Dr Phil moment to justify being able to see through bullshit.
I appreciate from your world view it might seem as though im an eccentric at best, but if this wasn't important to everyone. And vitally so . I wouldnt bother.

If our media was not a controlled propaganda machine for the vatican , what im talking about would be headlines every day.
If the rest of the country knew what i knew about what has happened, and what our near future is likely to be like, they would be forming militias in the suburbs.
but theyve all been brainwashed and lulled into a false sense of security living lives with the ghosts of rights of men, while theyre being made slaves.
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Post by Blythe Masters on Thu Jun 28, 2012 9:05 am

You poor dear man. How old where you when your nanny dropped you on your head.

Finding good, competent help can be hard, especially nannies Your parents must have been beside themselves after the accident.

Blythe I love you
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Post by Bulldog on Thu Jun 28, 2012 9:21 am

Yeah after they got nanny to drop em on his head and that did'nt work. they tried to talk her into taking him for a walk up to the top of (The Bell Tower) but nanny would'nt buy into it. So he was just largely left to his own devices, in the hope that a car or train or some other blunt instrument would take him out. But alas! as you see he is still with us.
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Post by alexisio on Thu Jun 28, 2012 9:54 am

I think he has water on the brain ! Just needs a tap on the head.
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Post by Dirtbikepilot on Thu Jun 28, 2012 12:15 pm

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Post by Bulldog on Thu Jun 28, 2012 12:18 pm

If our media was not a controlled propaganda machine for the vatican , what im talking about would be headlines every day.
If the rest of the country knew what i knew about what has happened, and what our near future is likely to be like, they would be forming militias in the suburbs.
but theyve all been brainwashed and lulled into a false sense of security living lives with the ghosts of rights of men, while theyre being made slave

Forming militias in the suburbs. And what were planning on using for weapons, Bloody pitch forks.
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Post by Dirtbikepilot on Thu Jun 28, 2012 12:20 pm

As we are all well aware they have unarmed the majority of the country.
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Post by lucky luke on Thu Jun 28, 2012 1:45 pm

Dirtbikepilot wrote:As we are all well aware they have unarmed the majority of the country.

That was Sierra Leone...................
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Post by Dirtbikepilot on Thu Jun 28, 2012 1:56 pm

Not sure about Sierra Leone, but I do know that the amount of guns that were confiscated/handed in
in this country only a few years ago would have supplied a whole army.
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Post by lucky luke on Thu Jun 28, 2012 2:03 pm

Dirtbikepilot wrote:Not sure about Sierra Leone, but I do know that the amount of guns that were confiscated/handed in
in this country only a few years ago would have supplied a whole army.

Sorry mate, I was talking about the unarmed.

As for the guns confiscated/handed in etc........... we're now a nation of wimps. Gone are the "old days" when the average bloke had the common sence and ability to handle a rifle without the need for military training. Heaven help us if some other nation ever does decide to take a visit to downunder in great numbers with an other than "tourist" intent. We'd be up shits creek.
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Post by Dirtbikepilot on Thu Jun 28, 2012 2:09 pm

lucky luke wrote:Sorry mate, I was talking about the unarmed.

Rolling Eyes God I'm slow tonight. Yep got it now.
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Post by Apocalypse prettysoon on Thu Jun 28, 2012 9:57 pm

whats happened in australia in the last decade or so has happened before in history. Read the bill of rights 1689. 3 minute history lesson that the catholics who control education cannot rewrite
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Post by Apocalypse prettysoon on Thu Jun 28, 2012 10:09 pm

If it occurred to you that Port arthur massacre was orchestrated and carried out by them, to disarm us, you may wake up to the reality of what kind of enemy is taking australia over through the backdoor.

Its tactically sensible to keep you fat, complacent and relaxed thinking everything is A OK. Just as a farmer does with his beef cattle.
Have you watched their bovine eyes rolling into the back of their heads as theyre crammed into the abattoir ramp? smelling the death that awaits them ?
Have you heard the noise they make? Its very disturbing. I suspect its disturbing because thats when they awake to the possibility the farmer didnt love them afterall. And the fences in their paddock werent put there for their safety. The vet didnt care about their long term welfare, and so on. And theyre mooing almost translates to English- You fuckhead, I trusted you with my life and my calves lives. I'm big enough to have run down those fences any old time. I was too busy grazing and following the rest of the herd.
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Post by lucky luke on Thu Jun 28, 2012 11:31 pm

Re: Port Arthur. That whole incident STINKS to high heaven. We only know some of the pieces with many missing or not adding up.
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Post by Apocalypse prettysoon on Thu Jun 28, 2012 11:51 pm

I looked into it years ago. And there were a few guys who were putting up evidence online to say it was done by the powers that be. Even knew the name of the shooter. And all the links to the evidence on these guys sites had been censored.
Much like the photo I put up of my police beating a week or 2 ago on a freeman site.
I recall 4 points that impressed me as being incongruous with the TV version of reality.
1) 2 ASIO officers just happened to be in Buttfuck tasmania that day, in the cafe and were shot dead, aswell as several members of antigun movements also shot dead.
(perhaps they were made aware of the plot and found it too distasteful to be involved with)

2)The previous owner of the cafe knew Martin Bryant and also saw the gunman and said it wasn't him. He died a few months later by happy coincidence, without ever appearing on TV to share his eyewitness account. Nor would the police take his statement.

3) everytime there is a housefire or an overseas national is killed ; there must be a coronial inquest by law. There wasn't one for the Port Arthur massacre. Nor was there even a trial.

4) In order to make draconian gunlaws the commonwealth needed unanimous support from the states. Tasmania had held out against them. (also south australia).
Queensland had held out until the gunman massacre in Brisbane previous to port arthur.
NSW until strathfield massacre
Victoria until they had a similar lonegunman massacre

and after these massacres had finally taken legal guns off us, the lonegunmen using blackmarket guns to massacre people randomly in public ended.


I'm no rocket surgeon, but if I was planning to takeover a country and do some horrible shit to the peope in it one day, I'd feel better knowing they weren't able to defend themselves against me.
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Post by Apocalypse prettysoon on Thu Jun 28, 2012 11:56 pm

Whereas the late King James the Second by the
Assistance of diverse evill Councellors Judges and Ministers imployed
by him did endeavour to subvert and extirpate the Protestant Religion
and the Lawes and Liberties of this Kingdome (list of grievances
including) ... by causing severall good Subjects being Protestants to be
disarmed at the same time when Papists were both Armed and Imployed
contrary to Law,

(from one of our foundational laws bill of rights 1689- that our catholic educators didnt tell us existed)

History is repeating itself. Probably because they same folks use the same ruses again and again. And try to make sure we are ignorant of history, so we dont cotton on.

The catholic minions today are our freemasonic policeforce. Which didnt exist until 150 years ago.
Heretics are now called terrorists


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Post by Apocalypse prettysoon on Fri Jun 29, 2012 12:03 am


1689 Bill of Rights The Right to Bear Arms All Parliaments were bound to enshrineā€¸







Posted by George Freund
on May 17, 2011 at 8:49 AM




Why
we openly accepted the right to bear arms is easily understood by those
who lived through it. It was called The Inquisition. People were
routinely arrested without charge and held in secret, tortured and made
to confess and then burned slowly at the stake. That all stopped with
the invention of reliable firearms commonly held. The gun banners seem
to approve rendition, torture and secret trials. Sounds like a return to
the 'good' old days for them.


Influence of the English Bill of Rights of 1689
Main article: Bill of Rights 1689

The
right to have arms in English history is believed to have been regarded
as a long-established natural right in English law, auxiliary to the
natural and legally defensible rights to life.[8] The English Bill of
Rights emerged from a tempestuous period in English politics during
which two issues were major sources of conflict: the authority of the
King to govern without the consent of Parliament and the role of
Catholics in a country that was becoming ever more Protestant.
Ultimately, the Catholic James II was overthrown in the Glorious
Revolution, and his successors, the Protestants William III and Mary II,
accepted the conditions that were codified in the Bill. One of the
issues the Bill resolved was the authority of the King to disarm its
subjects, after James II had attempted to disarm many Protestants, and
had argued with Parliament over his desire to maintain a standing (or
permanent) army.[9] The bill states that it is acting to restore
"ancient rights" trampled upon by James II, though some have argued that
the English Bill of Rights created a new right to have arms which
developed out of a duty to have arms.[10] In District of Columbia v.
Heller (2008), the Supreme Court did not accept this view, remarking
that the English right at the time of the passing of the English Bill of
Rights was "clearly an individual right, having nothing whatsoever to
do with service in the militia" and that it was a right not to be
disarmed by the crown and was not the granting of a new right to have
arms.[11]

The text of the English Bill of Rights of 1689
includes language protecting the right of Protestants against
disarmament by the Crown. This document states: "That the Subjects which
are Protestants may have Arms for their Defence suitable to their
Conditions and as allowed by Law."[12] It also contained text that
aspired to bind future Parliaments, though under English Constitutional
Law no Parliament can bind any later Parliament.[13] Nevertheless, the
English Bill of Rights remains an important constitutional document,
more for enumerating the rights of Parliament over the monarchy than for
its clause concerning a right to have arms.


The
statement in the English Bill of Rights concerning the right to bear
arms is often quoted only in the passage where it is written as above
and not in its full context. In its full context it is clear that the
bill was asserting the right of Protestant citizens not to be disarmed
by the King without the consent of Parliament and was merely restoring
rights to Protestants which the previous King briefly and unlawfully had
removed. In its full context it reads:

Whereas the late
King James the Second by the Assistance of diverse evill Councellors
Judges and Ministers imployed by him did endeavour to subvert and
extirpate the Protestant Religion and the Lawes and Liberties of this
Kingdome (list of grievances including) ... by causing severall good
Subjects being Protestants to be disarmed at the same time when Papists
were both Armed and Imployed contrary to Law, (Recital regarding the
change of monarch) ... thereupon the said Lords Spirituall and Temporall
and Commons pursuant to their respective Letters and Elections being
now assembled in a full and free Representative of this Nation takeing
into their most serious Consideration the best meanes for attaining the
Ends aforesaid Doe in the first place (as their Auncestors in like Case
have usually done) for the Vindicating and Asserting their ancient
Rights and Liberties, Declare (list of rights including) ... That the
Subjects which are Protestants may have Arms for their Defence suitable
to their Conditions and as allowed by Law.[12]

The
historical link between the English Bill of Rights and the Second
Amendment, which both codify an existing right and do not create a new
one, has been acknowledged by the U.S. Supreme Court.[14][15]

The
English Bill of Rights includes the proviso that arms must be as
"allowed by law." This has been the case before and after the passage of
the Bill. While it did not override earlier restrictions on the
ownership of guns for hunting, it was written to preserve the hunting
rights of the landed aristocracy and is subject to the parliamentary
right to implicitly or explicitly repeal earlier enactments.[16] There
is some difference of opinion as to how revolutionary the events of
1688-89 actually were, and several commentators make the point that the
provisions of the English Bill of Rights did not represent new laws, but
rather stated existing rights. Mark Thompson wrote that, apart from
determining the succession, the English Bill of Rights did "little more
than set forth certain points of existing laws and simply secured to
Englishmen the rights of which they were already posessed [sic]."[17]
Before and after the English Bill of Rights, the government could always
disarm any individual or class of individuals it considered dangerous
to the peace of the realm.[18] In 1765, William Blackstone wrote the
Commentaries on the Laws of England describing the right to have arms in
England during the 18th century as a natural right of the subject that
was "also declared" in the English Bill of Rights.[19][20]

The
fifth and last auxiliary right of the subject, that I shall at present
mention, is that of having arms for their defence, suitable to their
condition and degree, and such as are allowed by law. Which is also
declared by the same statute I W. & M. st.2. c.2. and is indeed a
public allowance, under due restrictions, of the natural right of
resistance and self-preservation, when the sanctions of society and laws
are found insufficient to restrain the violence of oppression.[21]


Although
there is little doubt that the writers of the Second Amendment were
heavily influenced by the English Bill of Rights, it is a matter of
interpretation as to whether they were intent on preserving the right to
regulate arms to the states over the federal government (as the English
Parliament had reserved for itself against the monarch) or whether it
was intent on creating a new right akin to the right of others written
into the Constitution (as the Supreme Court recently decided). Some in
the U.S. have preferred the "rights" argument arguing that the English
Bill of Rights had granted a right. The need to have arms for
self-defence was not really in question. Peoples all around the world
since time immemorial had armed themselves for the protection of
themselves and others, and as organized nations began to appear these
arrangements had been extended to the protection of the state.[22]
Without a regular army and police force (which in England was not
established until 1829), it had been the duty of certain men to keep
watch and ward at night and to confront and capture suspicious persons.
Every subject had an obligation to protect the king's peace and assist
in the suppression of riots.[23]
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