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Posted: Sep 27 2005, 05:46 PM
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The Australian Labor party State Premiers (roughly equivalent to US state Governors) have teamed up with their political enemy, the Liberal party Federal Prime Minister, to enact draconian anti-civil-rights legislation in the name of protection from terrorism.

Whereas this group cannot form a consensus about water resources, environmental rape or fiscal policy, even after many years, they glibly announce harsh anti-citizen measures after a few hours of discussion.

Measures announced include 14 days confinement without charge and 12 months electronic tagging without conviction. It will be interesting to see what other unconscionable legislation is enacted as each state goes through the formality of placing this legislation into its statutes.

The Australian people have, so far, reacted with acceptance or even agreement, they are so brainwashed and preoccupied with their pursuit of decadence.

Have no doubt that this is pilot legislation aimed at testing public reaction with a view to putting similar legislation in place in all capitalist-controlled countries.

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What You Can't Say About Israel in Australia

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"Melbourne University Publishing should drop this whole disgusting project. If they proceed, I urge the Australian Jewish community, and particularly The Australian Jewish News, to treat it with dignified silence. That is our best response. If, God forbid, it is published, don't give them a dollar. Don't buy the book."

Federal Labor MP Michael Danby, Australian Jewish News, August 25 2005


I'm currently writing a book on the Israel/Palestine conflict with Melbourne University Publishing (MUP) and it's due to be released in May 2006. After sending my articles on the subject to various publications around the world, I was already used to Jews and non-Jews writing and calling with abuse and outright hatred. After my recent column on the Gaza withdrawal, a Sydney doctor emailed me and asked: "How well do you think you would be doing with a name like yours if Adolf would have won?" and "As far as your book goes, I might just take a page out of Hitler's book on that one."

"The degree of abuse and outright threats now being directed at anyone - academic, analyst, reporter - who dares to criticise Israel (or dares to tell the truth about the Palestinian uprising) is fast reaching McCarthyite proportions", wrote Robert Fisk in December 2000. "The attempt to force the media to obey Israel's rules is now international". The situation has only worsened since 9/11.

In late August, Jewish Federal Labor MP Michael Danby wrote a letter to the Australian Jewish News (AJN) and demanded MUP "should drop this whole disgusting project." He claimed that MUP head, Louise Adler, had made comments about Israel and himself that were plainly false. He wanted to "absolutely disassociate himself" from the book because it would be little more than a "propaganda tract" and "an attack on the mainstream Australian Jewish community."

The exact reason and timing behind his attack remains unclear though after Danby's refusal to answer some innocuous questions of mine in late 2004 ­ his right, to be sure ­ he seemed to be flagging his disapproval of even debating issues related to the Middle East question. This was true to form. He had slammed me in the past and has a long history of attempting to stop open debate on Israel-related matters.

Leaving aside the irony of a Jewish parliamentarian calling for the censorship of a book that didn't yet exist, it's worth remembering Danby is the member for Melbourne Ports, the electorate with the greatest numbers of Jews in Australia [Malcolm Turnbull's Wentworth is not far behind.] He sees his role as defender of the Israeli cause and he articulates what he believes his constituents want to hear.

Online magazine Crikey picked up the story and asked whether it was appropriate for an MP to call for a boycott of an unpublished book. A few days later, Danby responded to Crikey, denied he had called for censorship and labeled my views on Israel "disgusting." He cautioned MUP - at a time when Israel was "making a painful withdrawal from Gazaand when the prospects for peace are improving" ­ against publishing books that he thought inappropriate for the times. It begged the question: did Danby truly believe that publishing companies should only produce work that accepted the status quo on issues, rather than challenging or maybe demolishing them?

The intentions of my book are ambitious. I believe that the Israel/Palestine conflict is the defining foreign affairs issue of our time and yet remains woefully misunderstood. Danby and numerous pro-Israel supporters are clearly confronted by me posing questions about Australia's pro-Israel media, the Howard government's relationship with Israel and America, the role of the pro-Israel lobby, America's relationship with the Jewish state, my experiences in the Middle East, including through the Palestinian occupied territories and Jewish and Arab voices of dissent. I am a Jew who doesn't believe in the concept of a Jewish state, but then, I also don't believe in the idea of an Islamic or Christian entity either. There is surely room for a non-Zionist Jew to write about the true cost of Zionism both on Israel and the Diaspora.

A week after Danby's boycott call, the AJN was filled with letters, including one from Louise Adler. "I am dismayed that a fellow publisher such as the AJN gives space for proposals to boycott ideas", she wrote. "Danby's proposal is inimical to the central Jewish values of tolerance and open debate." Larry Stillman wrote that he fully understood the Danby agenda: "I suspect the book will be central of the predominance of conservative views in the Jewish community about the current state of Israel, Danby included."

The Melbourne Age entered the debate soon after, chastised Danby for denying he had called for my book to be banned and discovered yet more evidence of the MP's history of "venting sight unseen." "In the Jewish publication, The Review, he says of David Hare's Stuff Happens, 'I havn't seen the play, nor will I', then cans it based on a review he read." The leading broadsheet also compared the controversy to Harvard Law Professor Alan Dershowitz's failed attempt to ban Norman Finkelstein's Beyond Chutzpah.

By the following week, the AJN was filled with coverage. A large news story featured another Danby justification for his attack. "If I didn't tell people about it [Loewenstein's book] beforehand, knowing what his views are, would I be representing the people I represent?" he said. The paper's editorial entered the fray. Although critical of Danby's censorship call, the AJN "unequivocally rejects Loewenstein's view of a Jewish state as 'fundamentally undemocratic and colonialist idea from a bygone era'", the public should wait for the book's release "before we decide to consign it to the garbage heap of literature." The letters pages were filled with both supportive and critical contributions, including from Danby himself. My ideas "stink" and he was simply "doing what I was elected to do: speak up for the people I represent." He again disingenuously denied having called for censorship.

A few days later, I received an unexpected call from well-known Jewish comedian Austen Tayshus. He demanded to know why I was writing my book, suggested Israel was a poor, defenceless Middle Eastern state threatened with annihilation, compared me to a German Jew who collaborated with the Nazis during the Second World War and asked why I had the right to air the community's "dirty laundry." I explained that he was clearly so insecure in his position that he felt the need to call and abuse me. I soon ended the call.

A few minutes after posting an entry on my blog about the initial call, I received another one from him. He said he would keep on calling me because I was an "ignoramus" and an "asshole." He suggested we have a public debate, which I declined. He suggested Palestinian Hanan Ashrawi as a moderator (after telling me earlier that she was a "terrorist.") The point of debating a man like this was negligible, for the simple fact that he didn't want to debate me - "a sad and lonely man", in his words - nor actually discuss the issues. He wanted to shout and rant. It may have made him feel good about himself. He clearly needed it.

I told the Green Left Weekly the real fear behind Danby's attack:

"These sort of people don't want discussion, because discussion is threatening. Discussion means that more people are aware, or might become aware, of what actually does go on over there: What does occupation mean, what does it mean that Palestinians often have to wait hours at checkpoints in searing sun, what does it mean that women often have to give birth at checkpoints and often die? They don't want people to know that, for obvious reasons, because it's shameful. And they know if more people find out that kind of stuff, their view about Israel and the relationship between Australia and Israel could change."

During this controversy, I received many supportive emails and even financial donations to my website. Mannie De Saxe challenged Danby to put his words into action:

"If Danby feels so passionate about Israel, and it is obvious that he does, why doesn't he take his supporters, all those vocal Zionists who, together with that publication which should be called the Israeli Zionist Times but is otherwise known as the Australian Jewish News, and move to Israel where Ariel Sharon has said that he needs all the Jews in the Diaspora to come and live to reduce anti-Semitism around the world."

I was extremely lucky that my publisher backed me 100% during this period. Many a publisher, I suspect, would have been scared to receive such vitriol months before the book's release. I received some ugly comments on my blog ­ "you're the nazi Anthony you fucking mental midget. Whose side are you on anyway? THINK about it toolhead" ­ but I remember what John Pilger told me recently; the more they attack you, the more you're having an effect and doing something right.

The difficulty in even raising questions related to Israel proves that serious debate is ever-more essential. The world is slowing waking up to the true reality in Israel and Palestine and Australians are joining the chorus of disapproval.

Antony Loewenstein is a Sydney-based freelance journalist and author. He can be reached at antloew@gmail.com.

He blogs at http://antonyloewenstein.blogspot.com/

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How about the British Labour Party? An eighty-two year old man who fled nazi Germany and who has been a member of the British Labour party since 1948 was manhandled out of a party meeting because he uttered a single word of interjection.

When he tried to re-enter, he was arrested under British anti-terror laws!!

If they are so scared of an 82 year old man, they must be bloody terrified of a 90 year old woman in a wheel chair. She might have a protest placard hidden under the seat or maybe (heaven forbid) a pocket full of leaflets.





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The Oz government is in the final stages of forcing its anti-citizen laws down the throats of Australians. Of course such draconian legislation was meeting some resistance.

BUT, how convenient, Australian intelligence sources discover a "specific, imminent" terrorist threat to multiple Australian cities and the push gains strength. The details of this threat cannot be publicised but it is claimed to be real. This from the same intelligence? agencies which said categorically that Iraq had WMD.

With so many people questioning the need for such laws, we might get a token "terrorist" attack just to prove that the threat was genuine but it will need to be examined very closely to make sure that it is not an ASIS exercise.

1500 Australians are killed on the roads each year, not to mention the number of the maimed. Alcohol, drugs and cigarettes kill and hospitalise an uncounted number of people. Do we get draconian laws rushed in to stop this carnage? NO!

How many have been killed by terrorists in Oz? A couple were accidentally killed decades ago in a failed attempt on the New Zealand Prime Minister and now we have a flurry of "citizen protection" laws. Don't make me laugh. These are the final stages of the capitalist take-over. When this legislation is passed, Australians cease to be human-beings and become capitalist organic robots.




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Hi uggliozzi, it's almost laughable to watch these psychotic killers in action. They are so predictable with their terrorism threats in order to strip away rights and freedoms and pass their Draconian Police State Laws.
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In mid October, Australian Prime Minister John Howard attempted to push through shoot-to-kill "anti-terror" laws. The provision was leaked ahead of its presentation to the Australian Parliament and led to protests from opposition MPs:

"[Law Council of Australia president John] North said the government was not conducting proper consultation over the proposed laws, which he said threatened basic Australian freedoms.

"The government is acting with indecent haste to bring in these laws," he told public radio.

The laws are due to be introduced to parliament on October 31 and the government has given a Senate inquiry only one sitting day to scrutinise their contents.

Howard described the release of the draft laws as irresponsible and said they were being implemented as soon as possible because they were vital for national security.

"We can't have any undue delay," he told reporters."

This naturally presented Howard with a problem, but not an insurmountable one. These days, when you want to pass draconian laws that push your country closer towards police state status but find that you are meeting with opposition from "bleeding heart liberals", you simply invent a terror threat to shut them up.

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CANBERRA (Reuters) - Australia has received specific information about a possible "terrorist threat" to the country, Prime Minister John Howard said on Wednesday, but Australia's medium security alert remained unchanged.


A staunch U.S. ally with troops in Iraq and Afghanistan, Australia has never suffered a major peacetime attack on home soil. The country has been on medium security alert since shortly after the September 11, 2001, attacks on the United States.

"The government has received specific intelligence from police information this week which gives cause for serious concern about a potential terrorist threat," Howard told reporters in Canberra.

"I don't want to over-alarm people. I have said for a long time the possibility of an attack is there," he said.

Howard refused to give any details about the nature or location of the threat, but said the government would rush through changes to anti-terror laws to enable police to respond. [...]

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Police raids 'foil large-scale attack in Australia'
Tuesday Nov 8 08:00 AEST
By ninemsn staff and wires

A large scale terrorist attack in Australia has been foiled after the arrests of up to 15 people in Melbourne and Sydney, NSW Police Commissioner Ken Moroney has said.

More than 400 ASIO agents and federal police raided at least 15 homes in south-west Sydney at 2.30am today, arresting six men.

The raids were reported to have been conducted in the suburbs of Bankstown, Wylie Park, Lakemba and Punchbowl.

Nine more were arrested in simultaneous raids in Melbourne, reportedly in the suburbs of Coburg, Preston, Fawkner, Dallas, Meadow Heights, Hoppers Crossing and Aberfelde.

"We have been able to prevent a significant, large-scale attack here in Australia," NSW Police Commissioner Ken Moroney told the Nine Network's Today.

Mr Moroney told ABC radio the six men arrested in Sydney were being interviewed by police.

"My expectation is that those persons will appear in Sydney courts this morning."

Melbourne lawyer Rob Stary told The Age website he "had information police had charged one person [in Melbourne] with membership of a proscribed organisation".

Mr Stary said he did not know which organisations were involved.

Police seized documents, computers and other materials in the raids.

Keysar Trad, the founder of the Muslim Friendship Association, told Today the raids were a "diversion from the assault on industrial relations and welfare or something to justify the passage of [the federal government's] assault on civil liberties".

Mr Trad said the information must have been leaked to the media and doubted the neighbours alerted them.

"Somebody is selectively releasing information and it seems they're just as concerned with the fanfare as they are with possibly catching some people out who they believe may pose some risk," he said.

"There's a very strong concern amongst many Australians that John Howard wouldn't have been able to pass these laws if it hadn't been for the strong support he's received from some sections in the media," Mr Trad said.

The raids come just days after an emergency sitting of the Senate rushed through changes to existing anti-terror legislation, following warnings of a "specific terror threat" by Prime Minister John Howard.

Australian Federal Police (AFP) confirmed the raids had happened, but released little information about the operation.

"A number of search warrants have been executed in Sydney and Melbourne as part of a joint operation by the AFP, New South Wales Police and Victoria Police," an AFP spokeswoman said earlier today.

"These warrants relate to an ongoing investigation and as a result it would be inappropriate to make any further comment at this time.

"Maintaining operational security is paramount at this stage.

"We can confirm that the ongoing operation relates to the area of counter-terrorism."

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This reminds me of Israel and their raids of Palestinian homes.

Just kick down the doors, arrest whomever is inside and claim they have ties to terrorist organizations.

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As unlawful home entries become more widespread and frequent, the home shall be the final battleground against the tyranny in our governments and the violent crime element released into our neighborhoods.

Do not let them take away your guns.

Your guns shall be your protection from the street gangs/mobs/looters who will roam the areas which shall be cut off from food, energy and supplies when TPTB decide to incite mass civil unrest.

This is coming... not sure of the areas, but one day, you may walk into a grocery store and see empty shelves.

Not only will you need your guns for protection against thugs, but you will need to protect yourself from the professional organized looters which are probably funded by the same people who will start the chaos to begin with.




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It will be very difficult to defend on your own irrespective of how well armed you are. A group will have a much better chance of survival and the best groups are family groups. Now is the time to talk to family members you can trust. They may not believe you now but you will set them thinking and you will be that bit further down the track when the need arises.

My choice will be to prepare, hide and avoid in a small, highly-mobile group. We will go to the regions that my ancestors called "fat country" and live off the land. If I was in the US I'd plan to go to the everglades....plenty tucker, plenty of hidey-holes and no need for heavy clothes. Those pretty little poisonous snakes - fry them in possum fat - I bet they are delicious.

There was a bloke in Australia known as "the Possum". He rejected society as a young man and wandered for 60 years with a pocket knife and the matches that he earned chopping wood at farmhouses. Everything he ate, he gathered for himself. And when he died (in his eighties), it was not from starvation. He got his clothes from town rubbish tips. His favourite food was fox - you've got to think differently when survival is at stake. There's a bloke in Tasmania who lives wild for six months every winter. He lives almost exlclusively on patties made of minced wallaby meat and onions. The onions are not wild but it gives an idea of what can be done.

If anyone does decide to go bush, I recommend that everyone in your group takes a Gurkha kukris and a flint. With the correct sharpening, the kukris is an axe, slicer and skinning knife in one. Some kukris come with a small skinning knife and a sharpening knife in the scabbard. The kukris can also be used with the flint to start your fire.
I would also recommend practising. Take your survival kit and a small amount of food and water in a sealed bag. Go for a weekend first up and try to live off the land. Make bringing the supplies home unopened the main aim of your time. Go for three days next time, five the next, two weeks after that. Each time leave home those items you did not use on the trip before. Study trapping and living-off-the-land books applicable to the area you have chosen. When you go for two weeks, dig a pit trap or make a log dead-fall and see if you can trap something big (Look for animal trails and watering points). Remember, humans stink - cover your scent. Also remember, water cannot be trusted to be clean - boil all water for twenty minutes, let it sit overnight and decant without disturbing the debris which has settled on the bottom.




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It looks as if the Australian LIbEral government plans to bludgeon national identity card legislation through this year. And not just any old identity card, but one which contains biometric details and also will permit any government flunkey to get highly detailed information about the card holder. Of course none of this data will be mis-appropriated or misused and the rights and freedoms of Australians will be preserved. "Pig squadron - start taxiing - duty runway 26".

They will have the people by the short-and-curlies then.




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Wednesday Jan 25 10:55 AEDT


Opposition leader Kim Beazley has accused Prime Minister John Howard of americanising the character of Australian society through changes to industrial relations, education and health care.

Mr Beazley was speaking ahead of the prime minister's first address of the new year to the National Press Club in Canberra, which is expected to focus on racial tensions in Australian society.

Mr Beazley said he was strongly in favour of the American military alliance, but Australia did not need to change its character.

"I'm all for an American military alliance ... but that doesn't mean that we have to change the character of Australian society."

Mr Beazley also called on the prime minister to explain why his policies on industrial relations, education and health care do not reflect Australian values.

"He's Americanised our industrial relations and turned it into a dog eat dog world.

"He's Americanised our education system to private opportunity not a national investment.

"He's Americanised our health care system and basically the old Australian ideal ... about our collective responsibility for each other that has been at the very heart of our national identity, it's gone.

"Now if John Howard's got an explanation for that at the Press Club I'd be glad to hear it."

The Howard government now reflected these American values, Mr Beazley said.

"These sorts of values have crept in and become at the heart and soul of the Liberal government's administration of this society," Mr Beazley said.

"The Australian people aren't committed to this view."


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Fancy blaming little Johnny for this. It's been happening since the capitalists' main propaganda weapon, the hellervision, was unleashed in Oz. Johnny is just the current face of the puppet-masters. Speaking of faces - ever noticed the resemblance between Johnny Howard and Mr Garrison of South Park fame?




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Hiya U/Ozzie ..

GREAT article ... heh

Still chortling about the stunning and curious resmblance between
MR GARRISON and the ''BONSAI ''..

I think mr garrison is more famous too .. hee hee ...!!!

JOKE ..
whats the diiference between lil johnny and hitler ???
hitler had more hair ..!!!!
hee hee ....
thanks for the larf !!!!
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