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Whatever it takes

Like him or hate him Tony Abbott had one thing that the Krudds, Gillards, Shortens & Turnbulls of the political world never had and that’s integrity. A man who did community work, who considered others, who looked after his own health, who had a loving family, who had a mortgage & did not aspire to great wealth Abbott was more like any of us than those before or after him.

Yet the media demonized Abbott. It unrelentingly attacked him for the smallest perceived injustice, and if they couldn’t find any they fabricated them. Their hatred and vitriol was palpable, sickening, constant & utterly dishonest. Yet in comparison the crooks before & after Abbott did the most appalling things but were covered, protected and defended by the media. Why? 

I like many others believe it simply comes back to global governance. Tony Abbott consistent with the voting publics mandate ended the carbon tax, a global governance tax that would fund the UN’s increasing power as a global government. The 0.7% of GDP that the UN demands of every country in the world would make trillions for a small group of self appointed messiahs in Europe who refuse accountability to Australians on the other side of the world. Just remember, the more power in the fewer hands the less power in the hands of the many.

The globalist elites onward march to absolute control is personified in Krudd, Gillard, Shorten & Turnbull. All show treasonous unwavering belief in and support of the UN and crave positions in the global government, and are more than happy to use your taxes, hundreds of millions of it if need be to secure their positions within this corrupt institution & further their own empire all at cost to you. For them the end justifies the means and they will stoop to any level, lie, deceive, kill to achieve their ends. And regardless of their corruption, their behavior, they will be protected and covered by the media another lapdog of the global elite, controlling what you think. Abbott because he didn’t follow the Piper was demonized, attacked and vilified and look how so many unthinking sheople just lapped it up and regurgitated the hatred.

The patterns are there if you take the time to look. Turnbull is not democratically elected but ‘installed’ like we have seen of the new Prime Ministers in Greece & Italy and other nations as well. Often they are bankers, like John Keys in NZ. Yes it’s all about connections & all about the money and all planned. Turncoat will bring back the carbon tax in whatever way his media advisers say is the most palatable. What you think doesn’t matter. These advisers paid for by your taxes will research the best way to manipulate you for the Governments ends.

Who are the losers from all of this? Well time will tell. But a lot of the problem is us. 

Unless we change, those in power never will. Unless we make the effort to do things differently they will see as us as they do now, as backboneless sheep who are happy to contribute to their obscene wages & bonuses & lifestyles year in year out. Is that you?  How can you change? 

Rule No. 1 – Ignore the monsters fearmongering. Firstly, turn off the lying, thieving media that wants to control how you see the world and how you live. Don’t waste your time on its effluent. With the internet there are many other sources you can now get much better information on world events, personal health, what’s important etc. Or would you prefer to hear about the inconsequential imbeciles like the Kardashians day in and day out, while also being bombarded with how evil we the little people are whilst the political & banking class commit the most appalling crimes with the cloak of secrecy and the lie of impunity. Did anyone in the ALP go to jail for the 1200 boat deaths as a result of their policies? Or pink batts? Or the Heiner Affair? Or the AWU fraud? The list goes on. Reality check, there are 2 sets of rules, the growing one used to control you for the smallest infractions.

Rule No. 2 – Don’t feed the monsters. Secondly refuse to buy from those who support the lying media with their advertising revenue. Coles & Woolworths would be a good start to boycott, the duopoly that has ruined so many farmers, businesses and lives already in Australia through their manipulative business practices. If you can’t make the effort to simply change how you shop then don’t complain about the selfishness & ruthlessness of those you give your hard earned money to, you are the one who is funding them.

Rule No. 3 Take responsibility for your own life & don’t give it to anyone else. Decide who you are and that what you want is important and is worth the effort. ‘Whatever it takes’ is a great slogan to really move forward. If you can’t grow your own food then make the effort find a trustworthy & reliable source that you can get it from – free of pesticides, fungicides & herbicides. Get a decent water supply free of the mass medication and carcinogens that are added daily to it. Turn off the idiot box and make the time to think through the real issues, what your values are, how you want to live your life. Empower yourself & those around you.

The concept of governance is that we as a nation pool part of our income to fund a small group of local individuals to work for the common local good. With every passing day that is less & less the case. Most of our laws are now decided in Brussels by a group of unelected, unaccountable megalomaniacs who feel they have the right to take your money and decide how you live your life – democracy is dead. We are now run by a foreign entity who many of our leaders are willingly subservient to, where our laws come from and where we have little if no say or control. 

Let’s get back to taking our communities & nation back. Let’s get our local Councils out of the UNs tentacles and away from the Agenda21. Let’s believe in ourselves again. 

Local government elections are in September 2016. There are enough of us across this great land so disenfranchised with the system that betrays us that we can make a difference, a huge one. After that is Federal & State elections. We can work together towards the common good, we can say so NO to those who seek to control us and we can say YES to a future that we decide. Whatever it takes.

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