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PostPosted: Thu Nov 17, 2011 11:08 pm    Post subject: Australia NEWS  Reply with quote

Some are speculating an Islamic invasion of Australia by Indonesia. Barak Hussein Obama was raised in Indonesia.
Obama visited in November 9–10, 2010 in Jakarta, TNI-AU Force was offered 24 ex-USAF F-16 Fighting Falcon Block 32 for free.
In October 2011 the House of Representatives approved the grant.
Obama is militarizing this islamic power which is a threat to Australia.

Australia at the center of a new world order
November 17, 2011   News.com.au
US President Barack Obama will use troop withdrawals in Iraq and Afghanistan to bolster forces in the Asia-Pacific - the strongest sign yet that Australia will be at the centre of a new world order.

Announcing yesterday, during a historic speech to the Australian parliament, that he had already told his national security team to draw up plans, Mr Obama gave his strongest vow to date about more US involvement in our economic zone, The Daily Telegraph reported.

He also promised planned cuts to US defence spending to tackle the country's debt crisis would not apply to the Asia-Pacific, where existing bases would be strengthened with a greater and more flexible military presence.
The hawkish push into the region was met with a frosty reception from Beijing.

Chinese officials yesterday questioned the US plan, accusing it of "flexing its muscles over the South China Sea issue".
"The move may not be in the interest of countries in the region," a spokesman for China's Ministry of Foreign Affairs said.

An opinion piece on China's People's Daily website also warned that "Australia will be caught in the crossfire" if it uses its military bases to help the US harm Chinese interests.
"Australia surely cannot play China for a fool," it stated.

"It is impossible for China to remain detached no matter what Australia does to undermine its security. One thing is certain - if Australia uses its military bases to help the US harm Chinese interests, then Australia itself will be caught in the crossfire.
Australia should at least prevent things from growing out of control. Australia should cherish its friendship with China and show this, not merely spout soothing words."

Foreign Minister Kevin Rudd last night said: "We are not going to have our national security policy dictated by any other external power ... We don't seek to dictate to the Chinese what their national security policy should be."

The move to switch troops from the two war zones into our region was first raised by Mr Rudd at last year's Ausmin meeting with US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
Mr Obama and Prime Minister Julia Gillard arrive in Bali today for the high-powered East Asia Summit, at which the issue of China's provocative claims over natural resources in the South China Sea will be a focus.

While most ASEAN countries will privately welcome the tough talk on China, analysts acknowledge yesterday's announcement may hamper security talks today when Mr Obama will be the first US president to attend a meeting of the East Asia Summit.
Russian and Indian leaders will also attend for the first time, in an expanded forum established by Australia and which has now become the leading world group for economic and security issues.

Obama said that as wars in Iraq and Afghanistan wound down, he would make the Asia-Pacific region a key priority.
"As we end today's wars I have directed my national security team to make our presence and missions in the Asia-Pacific a top priority," he said.
"As a result, reductions in US defence spending will not, I repeat will not, come at the expense of the Asia-Pacific."

He said the US would seek co-operation with China, including communication between militaries to foster understanding and avoid "miscalculation".
"We will do this even as we continue to speak candidly to Beijing about the importance of upholding international norms and respecting the universal human rights of the Chinese people," he said.

President Obama and Bob Brown have a brieft chat, as PM Julia Gillard looks on in the background. Picture: AFP
Obama also turned his attention to US domestic issues while outlining his Pacific priorities, saying the region was crucial to achieving his country's economic goals.

"As the world's fastest-growing region - and home to more than half the global economy - Asia is critical to achieving my highest priority: creating jobs and opportunity for the American people," he said.
"With most of the world's nuclear powers and nearly half of humanity, this region will largely define whether the century ahead will be marked by conflict or co-operation, needless suffering or human progress.

"As President, I've therefore made a deliberate and strategic decision - as a Pacific nation, the US will play a larger and long-term role in shaping this region and its future, by upholding core principles and in close partnership with allies and friends. In an interconnected world we all rise and fall together." In a historic joint meeting of senators and MPs in the house of representatives in Canberra, the US President described his country's alliance with Australia as never stronger and the values of the two nations as just as important as any wartime partnerships
"The bonds between us run deep," he said.

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Australian stocks hit 11-month low
July 29, 2011  
AUSTRALIAN shares have hit a near 11-month low as investors head into what has been labelled possibly the most crucial weekend in history for financial markets.
Negotiations will continue in coming days after Republican leaders in the US House of Representatives postponed a vote on legislation to avert the threatened August 2 debt default.

"We're basically standing on the edge of an abyss peaking over, with the bottom nowhere to be seen," IG Markets strategist Ben Potter said.
"That's the situation facing all financial markets heading into a weekend that could prove to be one of the most crucial in history."
At 4.15pm (AEST) today, the benchmark S&P/ASX200 index was down 39.2 points, or 0.88 per cent, at 4424.6, and the broader All Ordinaries index was down 38.7 points, or 0.85 per cent, at 4500.5.

Australian unemployment rate rises unexpectedly
10 August 2011
- The Australian unemployment rate rose 0.1 percentage points to 5.1% in July, according to data compiled by the Australian Bureau of Statistics.
Economists had been expecting an unemployment rate of 4.9%.
The number of people unemployed increased by 18,000 to 611,600 while the number of employed remained broadly unchanged at 11.45 million, the ABS data showed.
The country's participation rate remained steady at 65.6%.

Aussie weather, earthquakes, fires

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Australia's Foreign Minister Kevin Rudd resigns
22 February 2012
Australia's Foreign Minister Kevin Rudd has resigned amid widespread reports of a leadership tussle between him and Prime Minister Julia Gillard.
He made the announcement at a press conference in Washington DC, where he had earlier met US Secretary of State Hilary Clinton.
Ms Gillard ousted Mr Rudd as PM in June 2010. There has been speculation he plans to challenge her for the top job.
Ms Gillard said Mr Rudd did not inform her he intended to resign.

Amid the leadership wrangling she had faced calls from backbenchers to sack Mr Rudd - who said her failure to defend him from these attacks had helped him come to a decision.

What Mr. Rudd said and the way he said it shows how much better he is at diplomacy and has better integrity than the associate who stabbed him in the back and leads a minority government as a resilt.  He compared the dramas in government as viewed by the people as a soap opera.
He is not an avowed atheist like Miss Gillard who lives in Government House in Canberra with her live-in boyfriend.
She and her buddies stabbed him in the back shortly before the last election.
Labor Party went from a good working majority under Mr Rudd to a minority which rules in the lower house purely with the votes of one Green representative and two independants.
Green is communist, evil, NWO.

Kevin Rudd to run against PM Julia Gillard for Aussie leadership

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Fitch downgrades 3 Australian banks; Aussie falls
24 February 2012
Another major credit rating agency has downgraded Australia's banking sector, with Fitch Ratings citing higher bank funding costs for rating cuts that took some sheen off the Australian dollar.
Fitch downgraded by one notch its credit rating on Commonwealth Bank of Australia Ltd. , Westpac Banking Corp. (WBC.AU) and National Australia Bank Ltd. to "AA-" from "AA".
It didn't change its position on Australia & New Zealand Banking Group Ltd., which already had a "AA-" rating.

Aussie Eugenicists argue FOR Killing Babies!
February  29, 2012
Australian PM Julia Gillard defeats Kevin Rudd in the Labor leadership vote. 
Ethicists argue killing newborn babies should be allowed.  And you thought Hitler was gone.
The practice of infanticide has its origins in barbaric eras of ancient history, but it is still common is many areas of the world today, including China.
A paper published in the Journal of Medical Ethics argues that abortion should be extended to make the killing of newborn babies permissible,
even if the baby is perfectly Alberto Giubilini and Francesca Minerva at the University of Melbourne want a healthy baby killed.
They claim fetuses and newborns do not have the same moral status as actual persons.

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Its a short step from killing babies after declaring them non-persons,
to killing Christians, Jews, blacks - declaring us non-persons.
Isnt that what Hitler did?

Thousands of spiders blanket Australian farm after escaping
March  7,  2012  Thousands of normally solitary wolf spiders have blanketed an Australian farm after fleeing a rising flood.
Reuters reports that the flooding has forced more than 8,000 Australian (human) residents from their homes in the city of Wagga Wagga in New South Wales. But for every temporarily displaced person, it appears several spiders have moved in to fill the void.

"What we've seen here is a type of wolf spider," Owen Seeman, an arachnid expert at Queensland Museum, told Reuters. "They are trying to hide away (from the waters)."

The Australian Museum's entomology collections manager Graham Milledge told Reuters that there's even a term for the phenomenon, "ballooning," and that it is typical behavior for spiders forced to escape rising waters.

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Outbreak of Hendra virus in Australia
JULY 5 ,2011  
The outbreak of Hendra virus that has killed six horses and exposed 26 people to infection has reached the outskirts of Brisbane and is the most virulent in the known history of the fruit bat-borne disease. As the emergency spread to Queensland capital, chief veterinarian Rick Symons warned the outbreak was killing horses faster than before, and testing had indicated 30 per cent of samples from a southeast Queensland flying fox population had the virus.  
The first outbreak of the virus was in 1994.

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Australia election
21 August 2010  
 Australia count begins after tight election race.
Labor Party incumbent Prime Minister Julia Gillard and opposition challenger Tony Abbott were neck-and-neck ahead of the voting, which Gillard, Australia's first female prime minister, had described a cliffhanger.
Prime Minister Julia Gillard is facing a strong challenge from Tony Abbott
Counting is underway in Australia in a general election that looks to be one of the tightest in the country for decades.

Is New Oz PM Head of Satanist Lodge?
July 13, 2010
  by Henry Makow Ph. D
In a dramatic coup June 24 2010, Julia Gillard took over as Prime Minister from Kevin Rudd and became Australia's first female PM.
Gillard is the first PM to be unmarried and a lesbian. (She is in a relationship with Tim Mathieson - who is a "beard.") She is the first PM to be sworn in without making reference to God. (Gillard is an atheist and has no religious beliefs.)
A reader has suggested that Gillard is head of the Satanic Alpha lodge of Sydney ("Australia`s global satanic legacy and future.")
This is based on the posthumous confessions of a leading Australian Satanist "Frater 616":
As PM, Gillard just looks like another version of Rudd. Pretending to listen to the people, she instead pushes the NWO agenda. Being a non-religious 50 year old woman in a de-facto relationship is nothing unusual in Australia anymore. Gillard simply mirrors what Australia already is, while helping to push it ever closer to extinction in the name of "tolerance."

Gillard, Labor to govern Australia
Sept. 7, 2010   Can you spell RIGGED?  The NWO choose in elections.  They are NOT fair.

Prime Minister Julia Gillard's center-left Labor Party will form a minority government to rule Australia for a second three-year term, after two independent lawmakers joined her coalition this afternoon, in the interest of stable government.

The decision by Tony Windsor and Rob Oakeshott gives Gillard's party control of 76 seats in the 150-seat House or Representatives and avoids the need for another round of polls, following inconclusive elections late last month.
It also means Gillard can continue with her plans to introduce a 30 per cent tax on iron ore and coal miners' burgeoning profits and make Australia's biggest polluters pay for carbon gas emissions.

"From New Zealand's point of view, we're looking forward to working with the Government.
"I know what it's like to be in a tough fight, this is the tinniest of margins."

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Australia Senate Passes Carbon Tax Bill
November   8,  2011  
This is a tax on breathing!
The Gillard government declared victory for a "historic economic reform" after the Senate passed a carbon tax. Coalition leader Tony Abbott was overseas when the Senate took its vote, but National Party frontbencher Senator Barnaby Joyce declared it was "a sad day when we reorganise our economy on the basis of a colourless, odourless gas ... it is the height of foolishness."

UN Agenda 21 * Euthanasia * 666
Carbon tax is a tax on breathing.  Its nuts.
Man breathes OUT carbon dioxide - CO2 - which plants breathe IN.
Plants give off oxygen which man and animals breathe IN.
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Australian billionaire to build Titanic II
30 April 2012
 One of Australia's richest men, Clive Palmer, on Monday unveiled plans to build a 21st century version of the doomed Titanic in China, with its first voyage from England to New York.
Palmer, a self-made mining billionaire, said he had commissioned state-owned Chinese company CSC Jinling Shipyard to construct Titanic II with the same dimensions as its predecessor.

"It will be every bit as luxurious as the original Titanic but of course it will have state-of-the-art 21st century technology and the latest navigation and safety systems," Palmer said in a statement.
"Titanic II will sail in the northern hemisphere and her maiden voyage from England to North America is scheduled for late 2016."

Australia's RBA lowers growth, inflation forecasts
3 May 2012
 The Reserve Bank of Australia on Friday lowered its growth and inflation forecasts and painted a subdued outlook for the economy, saying growth so far this year has only been modest and varies significantly across the country.
The new forecasts come days after the central bank cut its cash rate target by 50 basis points to 3.75% in its biggest policy move since the 2008-2009 phase of the global financial crisis.
But the bank gave little away on the timing of any next policy easing, saying only that it continues to monitor economic data and will "adjust the cash rate as necessary to foster sustainable growth and low inflation."

Explaining its reasons for Tuesday's big rate cut the RBA said it wants an easing in financial conditions "in order to deliver the appropriate level of borrowing costs" for consumers.
Its latest assessment of the economy covered familiar themes.

The bank again highlighted the impact of the strong Australian dollar--which it doesn't assume will weaken over its forecast period--and cautioned that the outlook for employment remains subdued at best in an economy split between a red-hot mining sector and sluggish conditions elsewhere.

Core inflation is forecast to remain inside its 2%-3% target band through to the end of 2013 reflecting moderate wages growth in a soft jobs market and amid expected improvements in productivity.
Economic growth in year ended terms is expected at 2.75% in June compared with a previous forecast of 3.5% and is expected at 3.0% at year end, down from a February forecast of 3%-3.5%.
Analysts are divided on the bank's next policy move.

Local lenders so far have only partially passed on the RBA's rate cut, something that could force further easing by the central bank in coming months.
On the risks to Australia from global developments, the RBA warned that any sharp ramp up in Europe's crisis could have significant effects on trade demand with Asia, which in turn would hurt commodities prices.
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Chart of the Day: Australian Credit Growth Has Collapsed
3 May 2012
, by Edward Harrison (Credit Writedowns)

Source: Nowhere to Grow – Steve Keen’s Debtwatch http://www.debtdeflation.com/blogs/2012/05/02/nowhere-to-grow

Australia consumer mood downbeat despite rate cut
13 June 2012
 Consumer mood hard to budge despite rate cuts
--Global fears a key factor
--Some evidence property back in vogue

Australia Awards Infanticide Backer Peter Singer Its Highest Honor
6/12/12  Australia Awards Infanticide Backer Peter Singer Its Highest Honor
Good grief. Peter Singer is one of the most subversive, pro culture of death advocates in the world, and he has been granted Australia’s highest civic award. After my head stopped exploding, I took to The Corner: From “Australia Awards Infanticide Guru Highest Civic Award:”

Singer is best known for advocating the ethical propriety of infanticide. But that isn’t nearly the limit of his odious advocacy. Here is a partial list of some other notable Singer bon mots:

- Singer supports using cognitively disabled people in medical experiments instead of animals that have a higher “quality of life.”
- Singer does not believe humans reach “full moral status” until after the age of two.Singer supports non-voluntary euthanasia of human “non-persons.”

- Singer started the “Great Ape Project” that would establish a “community of equals” among humans, gorillas, bonobos, chimpanzees, and orangutans.
- Singer has defended bestiality.
- Singer supports health-care rationing based on “quality of life.”  (DEATH PANELS)

– Singer has questioned whether “the continuance of our species is justifiable,” since it will result in suffering.
– Singer believes “speciesism” — viewing humans as having greater value than animals — is akin to racism.
– Singer believes that animals should be given “equal consideration” with humans in utilitarian policy analyses.
– Singer asserted that Australia’s greenhouse-gas emissions are morally equivalent to “waging aggressive war on Bangladesh.”

Well, you get the idea. As the old song says, it’s a sign of the times. The more radical and anti–human exceptionalism a public intellectual’s views, the greater his or her chances are of receiving civic and academic accolades.
What a disgraceful thing for the Aussie government to do. I am not alone in my scorn.
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Australia marine reserve
14 Jun 2012
Australia to create the world's largest network of marine parks ahead of the Rio+20 summit.
Australia is increasingly appearing on the leading edge of the New World Order, which is NOT a good thing.
The reserves will include the Coral Sea.
Restrictions will be placed on fishing and oil and gas exploration in the protected zone covering 1/3 of Australian waters.
Prime Minister Julia Gillard and wacko Minister Tony Burke will attend Rio+20 Earth Summit in Brazil next week.

Rio is a global gathering of nutcase leaders from more than 130 nations.
This is nothing less than witchcraft, earth worship, diminishing humans for whom Christ died.
Folks, these waters are already toxic with radiation from the Japan reactor.

UN Rio Summit

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