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Random Note — The UN Global Migration Compact

Random Note — The UN Global Migration Compact

Essentially, although it’s euphemistically called the UN Global Migration Compact, when you listen to the bullet points as enumerated by Stefan Molyneux, and strip it all back, it is quite apparent that it is nothing less than a blueprint for the elimination of national borders and therefore the nation state that has been the basis of all societies and cultures for millennia.

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Random Note – The Washington Swamp

You have to wonder just whose agenda and whose interests are being served by the political class on both sides in the US over Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw from Syria.  Is it the people or is it the interests of consultants and the defence industry lobbyists?  I...

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GetUp Membership — Textbook ‘useful idiots’

It must come as something of a shock and gross disappointment to those who put in the blood, sweat, tears and donations to GetUp in the fond belief they would be paid up members and have a say, when in fact the only actual members of GetUp with a say, are the nine...

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The GetUp SetUp – Brad Norrington, The Australian

One thing GetUp can no longer deny is just how tightly controlled the organisation really is — and by whom. All of GetUp’s power is vested in its board because of the way the group is structured as a company limited by guarantee. The only “full members” of GetUp are the nine board directors, increased last month from eight with the appointment of former Labor for Refugees activist and CFMEU official Karen Iles.

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Random Note – The Washington Swamp

You have to wonder and be constantly amazed over the double standards and just whose agenda and whose interests are being served by the political class on both sides in the US over Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw from Syria. Is it the people or is it the interests...

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Random Note — Labor’s border policy

To paraphrase Matthew 7:16, “By their deeds you shall know them” Indeed we do – Labor’s open borders failure of 2007-13 goes like this: 1200 drowned at sea; 50,000 unlawful arrivals in more than 800 boats; 8000, that’s right, 8000 children in detention; and 17 detention centres opened.

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