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    Manchurian candidate?

    Manchurian candidate?
  2. Everything is a bloody social construct these...

    Everything is a bloody social construct these days...

    "Humans are a social construct!"

    How long till we hear this one?
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    The last time we were counted by our census was...

    The last time we were counted by our census was 15 years ago, we haven't participated since. The figures aren't accurate for the reasons you gave, but also for the reason some citizens don't trust...
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    Those banks might have their base in London -...

    Those banks might have their base in London - though confusing them as "British", with actual concerns for Britain at heart, is a stretch too far. Cecil Rhodes realized such in the 1890's - their...
  5. Important!  Meanwhile all we hear about in the media are boat...

    Meanwhile all we hear about in the media are boat arrivals of refugees - a yearly intake that amounts to around 15-20,000.

    What is actually effecting a rapid change in the Australian populace -...
  6. Being that most of the worlds current population...

    Being that most of the worlds current population bases are on the coast and not too distant low-lying land, it stands to reason if we were to look for evidence of high civilisation in the long...
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    Many Roman finds are dotted up the coasts of both...

    Many Roman finds are dotted up the coasts of both North and South America - trans-Atlantic voyages (and beyond) pre-date the Medieval period by a long while.

    The notion instilled of the later...
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    You guys should follow our lead and instigate a...

    You guys should follow our lead and instigate a 'baby bonus' scheme. In response to Australias dwindling birthrate (down from 3.5 in the 60's to a low of 1.5 by the late 90's) our Federal Govt....
  9. Notice the newsreader makes the distinction...

    Notice the newsreader makes the distinction between 'Australian men' and 'African men' - no matter how much propaganda and conditioning we're force-fed, there is this (sub) concious acknowledgement...
  10. Bit off topic, but should point out, Australia...

    Bit off topic, but should point out, Australia only ceased whaling 30 years ago.

    Hobart was for decades the biggest whaling port on the planet - and now, 150 years after the fact, the whales are...
  11. Important!  Yep, probably did. And the figures would seem...

    Yep, probably did. And the figures would seem alot higher in certain areas of at least Sydney, Brisbane and Perth as well. Whereas here - they're still a bit of a novelty - much like the few Africans...
  12. ^^^Swap the ouzo for beer and that sounds alot...

    ^^^Swap the ouzo for beer and that sounds alot like images of us!

    Except the money from Europe...
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    Off topic: Tasmania was settled for the same...

    Off topic: Tasmania was settled for the same reason - and it largely came about due to a failed attempt at Sorrento in what became Victoria in 1803.

    The reasons for our smaller population are...
  14. So, by that reasoning, if someone paid you to be...

    So, by that reasoning, if someone paid you to be 'racist', it would be okay?
  15. The madness of 'multiculturalism' is that it...

    The madness of 'multiculturalism' is that it ignores the host culture in favour of the much vaunted, but spurious 'contributions' of latter arrivals.
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    At a guess - there must be Steiner schools...

    At a guess - there must be Steiner schools operating in Canada, and if they operate in any way similar to here, they may well have small shopfronts stocking hand-made wooden toys, dolls, as well as...
  17. ^^^We had an Upper House in a State Legislature...

    ^^^We had an Upper House in a State Legislature take a vote and disolve itself 80/90 years ago - so feasible, but rather unlikely.

    Like you say, casting a vote is easy and lazy whereas the...
  18. This could be traced back more than 100 years -...

    This could be traced back more than 100 years - to the late 19thC - when Japan was rapidly modernising and self-conciously setting itself goals they determined by European standards of the day. To be...
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    You know, it sounds awfully like the system we...

    You know, it sounds awfully like the system we used to have in place here... some 150-200 years ago. It likewise had rehabilitation at heart and had a low re-offending record.
  20. Exactly. All the show of opposition is just...

    Exactly.

    All the show of opposition is just window-dressing - on substantial positions and direction there is total agreement. One need only look at Australias recent 25 year economic record as an...
  21. Our experience of 'democracy' surely must...

    Our experience of 'democracy' surely must guarantee such a result:

    Where after receiving only 39% of the primary vote at one Federal election the Liberal Party ended up with an uncontestable...
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    Important!  http://images.berkelouw.com.au/medium/9/7/8/0/5/2/...

    http://images.berkelouw.com.au/medium/9/7/8/0/5/2/1/8/8/1/1/8/0/9780521881180.jpg
    Written by two Australian historians both holding professorships at two of our universities. Interesting for the...
  23. The Spiritual Nature of Family and Property

    This was written by Kerry Bolton in 1995 and was later included in his collection of essays "From the Right; a Conservative Broadside against Free Trade, Liberalism, American Subversion" published in...
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    Mmmm... The Talmud has some quite harsh ones as...

    Mmmm... The Talmud has some quite harsh ones as well, though alot regard Jewish and Gentile relations - which are regarded more-or-less as a version of bestiality, and no prizes for guessing who's...
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    Drugs? We'd rather climb a mountain....

    Drugs?

    We'd rather climb a mountain.
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